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The University of Chicago Radiology Review 2017

University of Chicago Medicine & Biological Sciences Board Review (SA-CME)

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Stay Current, Prep for Your Board Review

The University of Chicago Radiology Review covers the latest developments in the field of radiology. Experts in different radiological specialties identified areas in which educational intervention will lead to a positive impact on patient care. The goal of this activity is to provide critical updates that will improve competence while you:

  • Explore significant topics in the appropriate use of conventional imaging modalities
  • Refresh your knowledge on latest progressions in diagnostic radiology
  • Explore current and future trends in radiology healthcare economics with this CME program

Expand Your Skills

The University of Chicago Radiology Review provides 46.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits ™ that can be used toward the ABR’s MOC Part II requirements. Available online, it provides access to unbiased, evidence-based content and case-based reviews so you can expand your knowledge and incorporate the latest guidelines into your daily practice.


The University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.


The University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine designates this enduring material for a maximum of 46.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits ™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Date of Original Release: June 1, 2017
Date Credits Expire: May 31, 2020

CME credit is awarded upon successful completion of a course evaluation and post-test.

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this activity, the participant will be able to:

  • Identify the clinical features of common and less common diseases to create appropriate differential diagnoses
  • Discuss how both general and subspecialty radiologic imaging techniques lead to the appropriate differential diagnoses of common and less common diseases
  • Detail how the newer imaging methods of breast tomosynthesis, diffusion MR tractography, cardiac CT/MR, virtual colonoscopy, PET/CT, SPECT/CT, and PET/MR can lead to improved diagnoses
  • Compare the most effective imaging methods of different disease entities
  • Analyze the strengths and limitations of different diagnostic imaging procedures
  • Describe how technology and the greater health care system affect the practice of radiology

Intended Audience

This activity has been designed for radiologists interested in a comprehensive review of diagnostic radiology.



  • Thyroid Nodule Evaluation and Management: Evolving Topics – David Paushter, MD, FACR
  • Biliary Imaging – Stephen Thomas, MD
  • Multimodality Lower GI Tract – Abraham H. Dachman, MD, FACR
  • Multidetector CT of Acute GI Hemorrhage – Stephen Thomas, MD
  • Virtual Colonoscopy – Abraham H. Dachman, MD, FACR
  • Solid and Cystic Pancreatic Masses – Frank H. Miller, MD, FACR
  • Cirrhotic Liver Disease – Frank H. Miller, MD, FACR
  • Body MR: A Practical Approach – Frank H. Miller, MD, FACR

Obstetrical Ultrasound

  • Obstetrical Ultrasound I and II – David N. Rabin, MD
  • Obstetrical Ultrasound Unknowns – David N. Rabin, MD

Nuclear Medicine

  • Bone Scintigraphy – Daniel E. Appelbaum, MD
  • PET Imaging: Current Techniques and New Clinical Tracers – Daniel E. Appelbaum, MD
  • Nuclear Medicine: Applications in the Acute & Emergency Setting – Sundeep Nayak, MD
  • Nuclear Medicine: Applications in the Clinic Setting – Sundeep M. Nayak, MD
  • Nuclear Medicine Unknowns – Daniel E. Appelbaum, MD


  • Imaging Ischemic Stroke – Gregory Christoforidis, MD
  • Imaging Hemorrhagic Stroke – Gregory Christoforidis, MD
  • Trauma and CT of the Head – Gregory Christoforidis, MD
  • Orbits – Gregory Christoforidis, MD
  • Infectious and Non-infectious Intracranial Inflammatory Disorders – Gregory Christoforidis, MD
  • Acquired Pediatric Neurologic Disorders – Carina Yang, MD
  • Degenerative and Inflammatory Diseases of the Spine – Saad Ali, MD
  • Spine Tumors – Saad Ali, MD
  • Approaching Common Intracranial Neoplasms – Sundeep M. Nayak, MD
  • White Matter Diseases – John M. Collins, MD, PhD
  • Advanced Neuroimaging: MRS, fMRI, Diffusion Tensor and Susceptibility – John M. Collins, MD, PhD
  • Brain Vascular Malformations – Seon Kyu Lee, MD, PhD
  • Imaging of Head and Neck Squamous Cell Cancers – Sundeep M. Nayak, MD
  • Deep Spaces of the Neck – Daniel Ginat, MD, MS
  • Temporal Bone – Daniel Ginat, MD, MS
  • Neuroradiology Unknowns – Scott Sorensen, MD

Pediatric Case-Based Reviews: Emergency Department Radiology

  • Pediatric Thorax – Mario Zaritzky, MD
  • Pediatric Airway – Kate Feinstein, MD, FACR
  • Pediatric Gastrointestinal – Seng Ong, MD
  • Pediatric Genitourinary – Kate Feinstein, MD, FACR
  • Pediatric Musculoskeletal – Seng Ong, MD
  • Pediatric Neuroradiology – Carina Yang, MD

Interventional Radiology for the Diagnostic Radiologist

  • Vascular Diagnosis and Therapy – Jeffrey Leef, MD
  • Non-Vascular Diagnosis and Therapy – Steven Zangan, MD
  • Interventional Oncology – Thuong Van Ha, MD
  • Clinical Quiz: Errors Made on Imaging Studies by Diagnostic Radiologists Interpreting IR Related Interventions – Rakesh Navuluri, MD

Breast Imaging

  • Mammography and Breast Ultrasound – David Schacht, MD
  • Breast MRI – Hiroyuki Abe, MD, PhD
  • Dense Breasts and New Screening Methods – Deepa Sheth, MD
  • Radiology Pathology Discordance – Kirti Kulkarni, MD


  • MR Imaging of the Foot and Ankle – G. Scott Stacy, MD
  • MR Imaging of the Shoulder – Larry B. Dixon, MD
  • MR Imaging of the Hip – G. Scott Stacy, MD
  • Bone Tumors – Larry B. Dixon, MD
  • Metabolic Bone Disease – Larry B. Dixon, MD
  • MR Imaging of the Knee – G. Scott Stacy, MD
  • Imaging Arthritis – Larry B. Dixon, MD
  • Musculoskeletal Unknowns – G. Scott Stacy, MD


  • Upper Genitourinary Imaging – David Casalino, MD
  • CT and MR Enterography – Aytekin Oto, MD
  • Lower Genitourinary Imaging – David Casalino, MD
  • Genitourinary Unknowns – David Casalino, MD
  • Focal Lesions in the Non-Cirrhotic Liver – Melvy Mathew, MD
  • Prostate MR – Aytekin Oto, MD
  • GI Unknowns – Kirti Kulkarni, MD


  • Pulmonary Nodules and Masses – Heber MacMahon, MB, BCh
  • Diffuse Nodular Lung Disease – Jonathan H. Chung, MD
  • Mediastinum – Steven Zangan, MD
  • Cystic Lung Disease – Steven Montner, MD
  • Interstitial Lung Disease – Steven Montner, MD
  • MDCT and Pulmonary Embolism – Heber MacMahon, MB, BCh
  • Pleural Disease – Juliana Bueno, MD
  • Chest Unknowns – Jonathan H. Chung, MD
  • Understanding How American Healthcare Economics Will Influence Radiology Practice in the Next Decade – Jonathan W. Berlin, MD, MBA, FACR


  • Update on Cardiac CT – Amit Patel, MD
  • Cardiac MR and Ischemic Heart Disease – Amit Patel, MD
  • Cardiac MR and Non-ischemic and Infiltrative Cardiomyopathies – Luis Landeras, MD
  • Cardiac Unknowns – Luis Landeras, MD and Amit Patel, MD

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