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Applied Radiology Continuing Education Center is an online educational resource delivering high-quality interactive learning experiences that are tailored for the medical professional.

At AR Online, the educational experience is focused on you, the Healthcare Professional. We invite you to let AR Online access your educational needs, tailor your learning experience, and deliver the education you want, when you need it.

Imaging of intracranial hemorrhage: Subarachnoid hemorrhage and its sequelae
Matthew D. Alexander, MD,
Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging, University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA.
Nerissa U. Ko, MD,
Department of Neurology, University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA.
Steven W. Hetts, MD,
Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging, University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA.
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Special Programs

MRI SAFETY TRAINING FOR MRI HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS
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Frank G. Shellock
PhD, FACR, FACC, FISMRM
Advanced MRI Safety Training For MRI Healthcare Professionals (Level 2 MR Personnel)
Credits: 1.5 •  Run Time: 90 Minutes  •  Fee: $30.00
Basic MRI Safety Training To Prevent Accidents and Injuries (Level 1 MR Personnel)
Run Time: 50 Minutes  •  Fee: $30.00
Introduction to MRI Safety
Run Time: 28 Minutes  •  Fee: FREE

Featured CME/CE Programs

4 Part Contrast Webinars
DR Technology Advances for the Domains of Care

On-Demand CME/CE

FREE CE/CME webinars available
On-Demand.

Faculty:
Terence A. Matalon, MD
Chairman, Department of Radiology
Einstein Healthcare Network
Professor of Radiology
Sidney Kimmel Medical College
at Thomas Jefferson University

Jonas Rydberg, MD
Professor of Diagnostic Radiology
Indiana University School of Medicine
Medical Director Radiology
IU Health Methodist Hospital

This webcast originally aired live in July 2015 and focuses on the use of Iterative Reconstruction (IR) & Model-Based IR techniques to maximize image quality and reduce noise while allowing you to image at dose reductions of 40-50%.

This program has been made possible through an unrestricted educational grant from Philips Healthcare.

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Faculty:
John F. Feller, MD
Medical Director & Founding Partner
Desert Medical Imaging
Indian Wells, CA

Bernadette M. Greenwood, BSRS, RT (R) (MR) (ARRT)
Director, Clinical Services
Desert Medical Imaging
Indian Wells, CA

This Accredited Expert Forum Webinar will discusses the role of MRI in the diagnosis and management of prostate cancer with a focus on the evolution of the prostate biopsy and exposure to a novel approach for MR-guided therapy.

This program has been made possible through an unrestricted educational grant from Hitachi Medical Systems.

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Faculty:
Elizabeth A. Rafferty, MD
Director of Breast Imaging Programs
L&M Radiology
Medical Director,
Women's Health Imaging,
Andover, Massachusetts

Aron J. Belfer, MD
Breast Imaging CDB-Premium
Sao Paulo, Brazil

In this recently updated two-part webcast series, Dr. Rafferty and Dr. Belfer review the current literature in their 2015 Update to the original presentations. You will learn how synthesized 2-D imaging is used in conjunction with tomosynthesis imaging and review the recent clinical data regarding its continued performance.

Programs have been made possible through an unrestricted educational grant from HOLOGIC.

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As options in available gadolinium-based contrast agents expand, clinicians have more choices than ever when choosing an agent. In this 4-Part Expert Forum Series, produced by the Institute for Advanced Medical Education and hosted by Applied Radiology, The Journal for Practical Medical Imaging & Management, we will call on the clinical experience and expertise of four well-respected physicians who will discuss the effective, safe and sometimes, innovative use of MR contrast in Body, Pediatric and Neuro MR applications.

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Faculty:
Tomas Kuprys, MD
Loyola University Medical Center

The use of radiographic imaging in orthopedic surgical planning is commonplace today and provides information necessary to complete diagnostic assessment and therapeutic decision making for patients.

In recent years, a new imaging modality known as Digital Tomosynthesis (DTS) is becoming more prevalent in clinical practice and now is being used as an alternative modality with the ability to provide more information than a standard plain radiograph.

This Expert Forum provides information on what DTS is, its benefits and limitations, and how it could specifically fit into an orthopedic clinical practice.

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