Series Courses pdf
CODE: VSGU31
Genitourinary Series: The Abdominal Incidentaloma—What to Report for the Liver, Pancreatic, Adrenal, and Renal Incidentaloma
  • DATE:Tuesday
  • TIME:08:30-12:00 PM
  • LOCATION: E451B
PARTICIPANTS
  • John Cronan MD - Nothing to disclose.
  • Moderator
CME CONTENT CODES
  •   Gastrointestinal Radiology
  •   Genitourinary Radiology
CREDIT CATEGORIES
  • AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™: 3.25
  • ARRT Category A+ Credit: 3.75
SUBSPECIALTY CONTENT
  • Gastrointestinal Radiology
  • Genitourinary Radiology
SPECIAL
  • Virtual Meeting

VSGU31-01  Introduction/The Abdominal Incidentaloma: A Common and Important Problem
VSGU31-02  What to Report for the Small Incidental Lesion in the Liver
VSGU31-03  Indeterminate Liver and Renal Lesions: Comparison of CT and MRI in Providing a Definitive Diagnosis and Impact on Recommendations for Additional Imaging
VSGU31-04  Pancreatic Cysts, What to Say
VSGU31-05  Incidental Pancreatic Cysts: Are We Doing the Right Thing? Diagnosis Accuracy of Limited Serial Pancreatic Cyst Protocol
VSGU31-06  Indeterminate Cystic Lesions of the Pancreas: The Impact of Craniocaudal Measurements of Cyst Size on the Sendai Resection Guidelines
VSGU31-07  Computer-aided Differential Diagnosis of Pancreatic Serous Oligocystic Adenoma and Mucinous Cystic Neoplasms with Spectral CT Imaging: Initial Experience
VSGU31-08  The Adrenal Incidentaloma: Fret or Forget?
VSGU31-09  Dual Energy CT for Adrenal Nodules: Early Experience with Fast-switch kVP Technology
VSGU31-10  Pathological Manifestation of Difference in Washout Pattern of Adrenal Hyperplasia on Dynamic CT
VSGU31-11  Small Renal Masses: What to Report?
VSGU31-12  Parenchymal Calcification and Autosomal Dominant Polycystic Kidney Disease (ADPKD) Progression
VSGU31-13  Subjective and Objective Heterogeneity Scores for Differentiating Small Renal Masses Using Contrast Enhanced CT
VSGU31-14  Discussion and Concluding Comments

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