2020 Classic Lectures in Gastrointestinal Imaging With Pathology Correlation

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This CME activity is a comprehensive practical review of gastrointestinal imaging including CT, MRI, Ultrasound Nuclear Medicine and PET. Basic applications, advanced protocols, emerging imaging technologies, pearls and pitfalls to diagnosis are included. In addition to imaging procedures a review of basic pathology of the gastrointestinal system provides a correlation to characteristics of disease and image findings.
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About This CME Teaching Activity
This CME activity is a comprehensive practical review of gastrointestinal imaging including CT, MRI, Ultrasound Nuclear Medicine and PET. Basic applications, advanced protocols, emerging imaging technologies, pearls and pitfalls to diagnosis are included. In addition to imaging procedures a review of basic pathology of the gastrointestinal system provides a correlation to characteristics of disease and image findings.

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The CME activity is primarily intended and designed to educate diagnostic imaging physicians and pathologists who wish to gain knowledge into imaging correlation of gastrointestinal diseases. It should also be useful for referring physicians who order these studies so that they might gain a greater appreciation of the strengths and limitations of imaging and pathology studies.

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  • Differentiate benign and malignant nodules in the gastrointestinal system using imaging characteristics and pathology results.
  • Optimize imaging protocols to evaluate the gastrointestinal system.
  • Correlate image and pathologic findings of gastrointestinal disorders.
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RADIOLOGY FACULTY

Richard G. Barr, M.D., Ph.D., FACR, FSRU
Professor of Radiology
Northeastern Ohio Medical University
Southwoods Imaging
Youngstown, OH

Pradeep G. Bhambhvani, M.D.
Associate Professor
Department of Radiology
Division of Molecular Imaging and Therapeutics
University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine
Birmingham, AL

Todd M. Blodgett, M.D.
President, FRG Molecular Imaging
Foundation Radiology Group
Pittsburgh, PA

Elliot K. Fishman, M.D., FACR
Professor of Radiology, Surgery, Oncology, and Urology
Director of Diagnostic Imaging and Body CT
Johns Hopkins Hospital, Department of Radiology
The Russell H. Morgan Department of Radiology
and Radiological Science
The Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, MD

Joseph S. Fotos, M.D.
Assistant Professor
Penn State Health
Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
Hershey, PA

Richard M. Gore, M.D., FACR
Professor of Radiology
University of Chicago
Chief, Gastrointestinal Radiology
North Shore University Health System
Evanston Hospital
Evanston, IL

Ulrike M. Hamper, M.D., MBA, FACR
Professor of Radiology, Urology and Pathology
Director, Division of Ultrasound
Russell H. Morgan Department of Radiology and Radiological Science
The Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine
Baltimore, MD

Sherelle L. Laifer-Narin, M.D.
Associate Professor of Radiology
Division of Abdominal Imaging
Director of Ultrasound and Fetal MRI
Columbia University / NY Presbyterian Hospital
New York, NY

Russell N. Low, M.D.
Medical Director
Sharp and Children’s MRI Center
San Diego, CA

William D. Middleton, M.D., FACR
Professor of Radiology
Section of Abdominal Imaging & Diagnostic Ultrasound
Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology
Washington University School of Medicine
St. Louis, MO

Laurence Needleman, M.D.
Associate Professor of Radiology
Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
Philadelphia, PA

Rendon C. Nelson, M.D., FACR
Reed and Martha Rice Professor of Radiology
Division of Abdominal Imaging
Duke University
Durham, NC

Erik K. Paulson, M.D.
Chairman, Department of Radiology
Duke University School of Medicine
Durham, NC

Perry Pickhardt, M.D.
Professor of Radiology
Chief, Gastrointestinal Imaging
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine & Public Health
Madison, WI

Joel F. Platt, M.D.
Professor of Radiology
Director of Abdomen Division
University of Michigan Health System
Ann Arbor, MI

Cynthia S. Santillan, M.D., FSAR
Associate Professor of Radiology
Chief of Body Imaging Division
Director of Body Computed Tomography
University of California, San Diego
San Diego, CA

Leslie M. Scoutt, M.D.
Professor of Radiology, Surgery & Cardiology
Vice Chair for Education, Department of Radiology & Biomedical Imaging
Medical Director of the Non-Invasive Vascular Lab
Yale School of Medicine
New Haven, CT

Kathirkamanathan Shanmuganathan, M.D., M.B.B.S, M.R.C.P, F.R.C.R
Professor
Diagnostic Radiology
University of Maryland Medical Center
Baltimore, MD

Marilyn J. Siegel, M.D., FACR
Professor of Radiology and Pediatrics
Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology
Washington University School of Medicine
St. Louis, MO

Jorge A. Soto, M.D.
Vice Chairman of Radiology
Professor of Radiology
Boston University School of Medicine
Boston, MA

Bachir Taouli, M.D.
Professor of Radiology
Vice-chair of Translational Research
Director of Body MRI
Director of Cancer Imaging Program
Department of Radiology and Translational and Molecular Imaging
Institute Icahn School of Medicine
at Mount Sinai, New York
New York, NY

Sharlene A. Teefey, M.D.
Professor
Department of Radiology
Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology
St. Louis, MO

Mark Tulchinsky, M.D., FACNM
Professor of Radiology and Medicine
Associate Director, Nuclear Medicine
Penn State University
Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
Hershey, PA

Stefanie Weinstein, M.D.
Associate Professor of Radiology
Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging
University of California, San Francisco
Assistant Director, UCSF Radiology Residency
San Francisco, CA

Abbey J. Winant, M.D., M.F.A.
Instructor in Radiology
Boston Children’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School
Boston, MA

Thomas C. Winter, III, M.D., FACR
Professor of Radiology and OB-Gyn
Director of Body Imaging
University of Utah School of Medicine
Salt Lake City, UT

PATHOLOGY FACULTY

John R. Goldblum, M.D.
Chairman, Department of Pathology, Cleveland Clinic
Professor of Pathology, Cleveland Clinic Lerner
College of Medicine
Cleveland, OH

Jason L. Hornick, M.D., Ph.D.
Director of Surgical Pathology
Director, Immunohistochemistry Laboratory
Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Professor of Pathology
Harvard Medical School
Boston, MA

Elizabeth Montgomery, M.D.
Professor of Pathology, Oncology, and Orthopedic Surgery
The Johns Hopkins Hospital
Baltimore, MD

Robert D. Odze, M.D., FRCPc
Chief, Gastrointestinal Pathology
Professor of Pathology
Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Harvard Medical School
Boston, MA

Rish K. Pai, M.D., Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology
Senior Associate Consultant
Mayo Clinic
Scottsdale, AZ

Christa L. Whitney-Miller, M.D.
Associate Professor
Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry
Rochester, NY

CT: 16.75 Hours • MRI: 5.25 Hours
Nuclear Medicine: 2.5 Hours • PET: 0.5 Hours
Ultrasound: 6.25 Hours
Session 1
   
CT
MDCT Evaluation of the Stomach
Elliot K. Fishman, M.D., FACR
   
CT
MDCT of the Small Bowel: IBD and Beyond
Joel F. Platt, M.D.
   
CT
MDCT/CTA of the Small Bowel and Mesentery: Tumors
Elliot K. Fishman, M.D., FACR
   
CT
Small Bowel Obstruction: When Do I Worry?
Erik K. Paulson, M.D.
   
Session 2
   
CT/MR
CT and MR Enterography
Stefanie Weinstein, M.D.
   
CT
Crohn’s Disease: Evaluation with CT Enterography
Jorge A. Soto, M.D.
   
CT
MDCT of Peptic Ulcer Disease
Perry Pickhardt, M.D.
   
NM
Standardized Solid Meal Gastric Emptying Study and Alternatives
Pradeep G. Bhambhvani, M.D.
   
Session 3
   
CT
Avoiding Misdiagnosis of Acute GI Tract Pathology at CT
Perry Pickhardt, M.D.
   
CT
The Acute Abdomen: Optimizing Protocols
Stefanie Weinstein, M.D.
   
CT
Imaging the Patient with Acute Bowel Obstruction
Jorge A. Soto, M.D.
   
Session 4
   
CT
MDCT of Bowel and Mesenteric Injury
Kathirkamanathan Shanmuganathan, M.D., M.B.B.S, M.R.C.P, F.R.C.R
   
US
Bowel Ultrasound
Richard G. Barr, M.D., Ph.D.
   
CT
Imaging of Acute Gastrointestinal Bleeding: Current Concepts
Jorge A. Soto, M.D.
   
CT
Acute Pediatric Abdomen: CT
Marilyn J. Siegel, M.D., FACR
   
CT/MR
Imaging of Acute Pancreatitis
Jorge A. Soto, M.D.
   
Session 5
   
CT/US
Abdominal Pain in the ER: Multimodality Evaluation
Sherelle L. Laifer-Narin, M.D.
   
CT
Pitfalls in Imaging of Abdominal Trauma
Jorge A. Soto, M.D.
   
CT
MDCT Imaging of Acute Abdominal Pain: Which Technique is Optimal
Jorge A. Soto, M.D.
   
Session 6
   
MR
MRI of the Acute Abdomen
Russell N. Low, M.D.
   
US
Ultrasound Evaluation of Acute Abdominal Pain
Ulrike M. Hamper, M.D., MBA, FACR
   
CT/MR/US
A Practical Approach to the Acute Abdomen in Infants and Children
Abbey J. Winant, M.D., M.F.A.
   
Session 7
   
US
Doppler Ultrasound Evaluation of the Liver
William D. Middleton, M.D., FACR
   
CT
MDCT of the Liver: How to Evaluate a Liver Mass
Elliott K. Fishman, M.D., FACR
   
MR
MR of the Liver: Vascular Abnormalities
Cynthia S. Santillan, M.D.
   
Session 8
   
MR
Benign and Malignant Liver Lesions
Bachir Taouli, M.D.
   
CT
Classification of Focal Liver Lesions
Rendon C. Nelson, M.D., FACR
   
US
Liver Elastography
Richard G. Barr, M.D., Ph.D., FACR, FSRU
   
US
Contrast Enhanced Ultrasound of the Liver
Richard G. Barr, M.D., Ph.D., FACR, FSRU
   
Session 9
   
CT
Incidental Pancreatic Cystic Lesions: When Do I Worry?
Erik K. Paulson, M.D.
   
US
Diffuse Liver Disease
Laurence Needleman, M.D.
   
US
Ultrasound Evaluation of Liver Transplants
Leslie M. Scoutt, M.D.
   
NM
Hepatobiliary Scintigraphy in Acute Conditions
Joseph S. Fotos, M.D.
   
Session 10
   
MR
LI-RADS Fundamentals, Application and Updates
Cynthia S. Santillan, M.D.
   
NM
State of the Art Hepatobiliary Nuclear Imaging
Pradeep G. Bhambhvani, M.D.
   
NM
Challenging Cases in Acute Hepatobiliary Imaging
Mark Tulchinsky, M.D., FACNM
   
Session 11
   
US
Complicated Cholecystitis
Sharlene A. Teefey, M.D.
   
MR
MRI of the Pancreas
Russel N. Low, M.D.
   
US
Ultrasound of the Pancreas
Thomas C. Winter, III, M.D.
   
Session 12
   
CT
MDCT of Pancreatic Cancer: State-of-the-Art
Elliot K. Fishman, M.D., FACR
   
CT
CT Colonographyr
Stefanie Weinstein, M.D., FSAR, FSRU
   
CT
Emerging Tools for Colorectal Cancer Screening
Perry Pickhardt, M.D.
   
CT
CT of Colitis
Stefanie Weinstein, M.D., FSAR, FSRU
   
Session 13
   
PET
PET and PET/CT in Colorectal Cancer
Todd M. Blodgett, M.D.
   
MR
Perianal MRI
Cynthia S. Santillan, M.D., FSAR
   
CT
CT Evaluation of Appendicitis and Diverticulitis and Their Mimics
Richard M. Gore, M.D., FACR
   
CT
Pearls & Pitfalls in Imaging the Postoperative Abdomen
Stefanie Weinstein, M.D.
   
Session 14
   
CT
Incidental Findings on Abdominal CT
Perry Pickhardt, M.D.
   
CT
How to Manage Incidental Lesions in the Abdomen
Richard M. Gore, M.D., FACR
   
CT
Imaging of Solid Organ Injuries: What’s New?
Kathirkamanathan Shanmuganathan, M.D., M.B.B.S, M.R.C.P, F.R.C.R
   
CT
MDCT of Blunt Abdominal Trauma
Joel F. Platt, M.D.
   
Session 15
   
 
Barrett’s Esophagus: Controversial Diagnostic Issues Relevant to Pathologists
Robert D. Odze, M.D., FRCPc
   
 
Controversies in the Diagnosis of Barrett’s Esophagus
John R. Goldblum, M.D.
   
Session 16
   
 
Esophageal Pathology - Focus on Barrett Esophagus and Early Squamous Neoplasia
Elizabeth Montgomery, M.D.
   
 
Iatrogenic Gastrointestinal Tract Injury
Elizabeth Montgomery, M.D.
   
Session 17
   
 
Mesenchymal Tumors of the Gastrointestinal Tract: An Update on GIST and Differential Diagnosis Using Immunohistochemistry
Jason L. Hornick, M.D., Ph.D.
   
 
A Potpourri of Gastric Lesions and the Company They Keep (Gastritis)
Elizabeth Montgomery, M.D.
   
Session 18
   
 
Role of the Pathologist in Diagnosing and Managing Patients with IBD
Robert D. Odze, M.D., FRCPc
   
 
A Contemporary Update of Colitis-associated Dysplasia
Robert D. Odze, M.D., FRCPc
   
 
IBD and IBD-Related Dysplasia
John R. Goldblum, M.D.
   
Session 19
   
 
Nomenclature of Colorectal Polyps: Controversies and Confusion
John R. Goldblum, M.D.
   
 
Colon Cancer and Universal Screening for Lynch Syndrome: Are you Ready?
Christa L. Whitney-Miller, M.D.
   
Session 20
   
 
Biopsy Interpretation of Liver Tumors
Rish K. Pai, M.D., Ph.D.
   
 
Liver Biopsies in the Post-HCV Era
Christa L. Whitney-Miller, M.D.
   
Session 21
   
 
Cholestatic Liver Disease
Rish K. Pai, M.D., Ph.D.
   
 
The Steatotic Liver Biopsy
Rish K. Pai, M.D., Ph.D.