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Emergency Radiology Series: Imaging Medical Emergencies
  • DATE:Monday
  • TIME:08:30-12:00 PM
  • LOCATION: N230
  • Martin Gunn MBChB - Royalties, Wolters Kluwer nvRoyalties, Cambridge University PressSpouse, Consultant, Wolters Kluwer nv
  • Moderator
  • Suzanne Chong MD - Nothing to disclose.
  • Moderator
  • Aaron Sodickson MD, PhD - Consultant, Siemens AGConsultant, Bayer AG
  • Moderator
  •   Gastrointestinal Radiology
  •   Emergency Radiology
  • ARRT Category A+ Credit: 3.5
  • AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™: 3.25
  • Emergency Radiology
  • Gastrointestinal Radiology
  • Virtual Meeting

VSER21-01  Abdominal Pain in the Emergency Center
VSER21-02  Observer Performance at Reduced Radiation Dose Levels in the CT Diagnosis of Appendicitis
VSER21-03  Replacing the Emergency Department Abdominal Radiograph with Low Dose CT in the Setting of Active Crohn’s Disease
VSER21-04  Diagnosis of Acute Appendicitis on Ultrasonography: Experienced Radiologists vs Radiology Residents
VSER21-05  Changes in Emergency Department Throughput and Time to Scan Following Institution of a New Oral Contrast Protocol for Emergency Room Patients
VSER21-06  Evaluation of Acute Abdominal Pain in the Emergency Setting Using CT Without Oral Contrast
VSER21-07  Acute Epiploic Appendagitis: A Study of Imaging Features of 160 Cases over 10 Years
VSER21-08  Panel Discussion
VSER21-09  Imaging Spectrum of Acute Intestinal Ischemia
VSER21-10  Performance and Key Findings of Thin-Section MDCT to Diagnose Strangulation and to Assess Viability of the Affected Loops in Small Bowel Obstruction
VSER21-11  Dual Energy CT Imaging in the ED
VSER21-12  Clinical Evaluation on Dual-Source Dual-Energy CT Angiography with Virtual Nonenhanced Images and Iodine Map for Active Gastrointestinal Bleeding: Image Quality, Radiation Dose and Diagnostic Performance
VSER21-13  Q & A/Discussioin

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