Genitourinary Series: The Abdominal Incidentaloma—What to Report for the Liver, Pancreatic, Adrenal, and Renal Incidentaloma
John Cronan MD - Nothing to disclose.
CME CONTENT CODES
AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™: 3.25
ARRT Category A+ Credit: 3.75
Introduction/The Abdominal Incidentaloma: A Common and Important Problem
What to Report for the Small Incidental Lesion in the Liver
Indeterminate Liver and Renal Lesions: Comparison of CT and MRI in Providing a Definitive Diagnosis and Impact on Recommendations for Additional Imaging
Pancreatic Cysts, What to Say
Incidental Pancreatic Cysts: Are We Doing the Right Thing? Diagnosis Accuracy of Limited Serial Pancreatic Cyst Protocol
Indeterminate Cystic Lesions of the Pancreas: The Impact of Craniocaudal Measurements of Cyst Size on the Sendai Resection Guidelines
Computer-aided Differential Diagnosis of Pancreatic Serous Oligocystic Adenoma and Mucinous Cystic Neoplasms with Spectral CT Imaging: Initial Experience
The Adrenal Incidentaloma: Fret or Forget?
Dual Energy CT for Adrenal Nodules: Early Experience with Fast-switch kVP Technology
Pathological Manifestation of Difference in Washout Pattern of Adrenal Hyperplasia on Dynamic CT
Small Renal Masses: What to Report?
Parenchymal Calcification and Autosomal Dominant Polycystic Kidney Disease (ADPKD) Progression
Subjective and Objective Heterogeneity Scores for Differentiating Small Renal Masses Using Contrast Enhanced CT
Discussion and Concluding Comments
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