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COVID-19 Facts, Findings, and Imaging Manifestations
COVID-19 Facts, Findings, and Imaging Manifestations
Applied Radiology Expert Forum Archived Program
Credits: 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 credit™  |  1 Category A, ARRT credit  |  1 AHRA CRA credit
CME Effective Date: July 2, 2020  |  CME Expiration Date: July 31, 2021
CE Effective Date: July 20, 2020  |  CE Expiration Date: July 31, 2021
Format: Self Instructional - Audio Visual, Video with Slides
Supported through an unrestricted educational grant from FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc.

In this Expert Forum, Dr. Lawrence Tanenbaum and Dr. William Baughman provide a comprehensive review of what the COVID-19 virus is, how it’s transmitted, as well as, how it presents clinically on various imaging modalities. Additionally, a review of “real-world” clinical findings of COVID positive patients, who present with additional symptoms that are manifested from coronavirus will be shared. Following the presentations, a moderated discussion will take place where questions from the audience will be addressed.

Lawrence N. Tanenbaum, MD, FACR

Lawrence N. Tanenbaum, MD, FACR
Vice President and Chief Technology Officer
Medical Director, Eastern Region
Director of Computed Tomography,
MRI and Advanced Imaging
RadNet Inc. New York, NY

W. Christopher Baughman, MD

W. Christopher Baughman, MD
Associate Professor of Radiology
Case Western Reserve University,
School of Medicine
Vice Chair of Radiology
MetroHealth Medical Center

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COVID-19 Facts, Findings, and Imaging Manifestations
A Clinical Review: Benefits of Tomosynthesis in Daily Practice
Credits: 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 credit™  |  1 Category A, ARRT credit  |  1 AHRA CRA credit
CME Effective Date: December 15, 2019  |  CME Expiration Date:December 14, 2021
CE Effective Date: January 17, 2020  |  CE Expiration Date: January 31, 2022
Format: Self Instructional - Audio Visual, Video with Slides
Supported through an unrestricted educational grant from FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc.

Annual mammography screening can save lives because breast cancer is a progressive disease and early detection enables improved prognosis due to appropriate treatment of small nonpalpable node-negative cancers. Multiple randomized controlled trials and observational studies have shown that mammography can reduce breast cancer mortality by 30% or more.

Digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) first entered the breast imaging clinical arena when the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved DBT in 2011. Multiple studies have shown that DBT is effective in both mammography screening and diagnostic settings. Tomosynthesis has quickly emerged as a practice-changing standard that improves the clinical accuracy of a mammogram by increasing both sensitivity and specificity; thus, reducing the masking effect of overlapping fibroglandular tissue, thereby improving breast cancer detection. The improved accuracy and overall efficiency that DBT provides, will enhance radiologists’ performance and improve the patient experience.

Dean James Phillips, DO

Dean James Phillips, DO
Chairman, Department of Radiology, Samaritan Medical Center
President, Northern Radiology Associates, P.C.
President and Director, Outpatient Imaging
Northern Radiology Imaging, PLLC, Watertown, NY

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COVID-19 Facts, Findings, and Imaging Manifestations
Developments in Pediatric Imaging:
Best Practices in Dose, Comfort, and Safety
Applied Radiology Expert Forum Archived Program
Credits: 1 Category A, ARRT credit  |  1 AHRA CRA credit
CE Effective Date: October 22, 2018  |  CE Expiration Date: October 31, 2020
Format: Self Instructional - Audio Visual, Video with Slides
Supported through an unrestricted educational grant from FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc.

This Expert Forum will update the audience on recently published FDA guidance and the ongoing work of the Image Gently Alliance and the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM), which continue to refine the safety and effectiveness of pediatric X-ray imaging. Following the presentations, a moderated discussion takes place where questions from the audience were be addressed.

Steven Don, MD

Steven Don, MD
Associate Professor of Radiology
Mallincrodt Institute of Radiology
Washington University School of Medicine

Robert MacDougall, M.Sc.,

Robert MacDougall, M.Sc.,
AAPM Task Group 252 Chair
Boston Children's Hospital

Gregg R. Cretella

Gregg R. Cretella
National Manager, Image Quality FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc.

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