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Dear Members and Friends:
There is only 2-weeks left to take advantage of the discounted rate for the New York Roentgen Society's 2010 Annual Meeting. See the great lineup of topics below from over 70 speakers for our Diagnostic and Radiation Oncology Sections. Also, do you want to attend a 50 case PET / CT review course? Make your plans to stay Saturday 10/16 and attend the SNM course at the same location. See information below ... discounted for NYRS Members!!!
Hope to see you there!
Wednesday - 10/13/2010
Neuroradiology: Practical Issues
Moderator: Jacqueline Bello, MD, Montefiore Medical Center
Neuroimaging: Normal or Not?
Look-alike Lesions in the Spine
Optimizing Vascular Imaging: maximizing information, minimizing dose
Practical points of PQRI and PQI
Moderator: David Panicek, MD, Memorial Sloan -Kettering Cancer Center
Principles of Oncologic Imaging and Reporting
Head & Neck Tumors
Moderator: - Elizabeth A. Morris, MD, FACR, Memorial Sloan -Kettering Cancer Center
The Politics of Screening
Individualized Screening - who is the high risk patient?
Management of MRI BI-RADS 3 Lesions
US Screening - only for the high risk patient?
MRI Screening - for the average risk patient?
Interesting Cases - Mammo/US/MRI
Overdiagnosis with preoperative MRI - Are all foci important?
PEM-The new kid on the block for staging
Preoperative MRI - is there a role from a surgeon's perspective?
Overtreatment with RT - are there patients who can benefit from less?
Panel discussion on overdiagnosis and overtreatment in the conservation patient
MRI Biopsy Techniques
The Cancer Survivor - A Personal Perspective
Thursday - 10/14/2010
Moderator: David Naidich, MD, NYU Medical Center
The New Lung Cancer Staging System: Implications for Imagers
Adenocarcinoma of the Lung: New Concepts in Radiologic-Pathologic Correlations
Current Techniques for Assessing Pulmonary Nodules
Imaging the Central Airways: Current Concepts
Bronchiolitis: An Anatomic-Physiologic Approach to Differential Diagnosis Musculoskeletal - Tentative Schedule
Moderator: Douglas Mintz, MD, Baptist Health South Advanced Techniques in Imaging Rheumatoid Arthritis
Bone Marrow from Childhood to Adulthood
Advanced Anatomy of the Rotator Interval.
Shoulder and Elbow in the Adolescent Athlete
Knee in the Adolescent Athlete
Interesting and Relevant Cases Friday - 10-15-2010
Moderator: David Sperling, MD, NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia Interventional Oncology ChemoEmbolization
Pre and Post Treatment Imaging of Liver Tumors Abdominal Imaging Moderator: Douglas Katz, MD, Winthrop-University Hospital Imaging of Pediatric Gastrointestinal Emergencies
Pediatric Genitourinary Imaging
CT Colonography - Current Status
Dual-Energy CT of the Abdomen and Pelvis
Imaging of Abdominal Parasitic Infection
Sonographic Imaging of Non-obstetrical Conditions of the Acute Female Pelvis
Abdominal and Pelvic Imaging of Non-obstetrical Conditions in Pregnancy
|Radiation Oncology Topics|
PARADIGM CHANGES IN RADIATION ONCOLOGY
Thursday - 10/14/2010
Proton Therapy in Pediatric Malignancies, Does the Data Support It?
Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy for Head and Neck Carcinoma, For & Against
Adjuvant Management of Pancreatic Carcinoma, Is It Beneficial?
CNS Stereotactic Radiosurgery, New Perspectives
Management of IIIA NSCLC, Best Neo-Adjuvant Approach?
Friday - 10-15-2010 Adjuvant Management of Endometrial Carcinoma, Is It Overkill? PRO & CON
Hypofractionated Whole Breast Irradiation, The New Standard of Care for Early Stage Breast Cancer? PRO & CON
Is There a Preferred Treatment for High Risk Prostate Carcinoma?
Environment of practice in Radiation Oncology: Changes in the Healthcare Environment and Their Impact on Radiation Oncology: Maintenance of Certification, Value-based Purchasing, and the "Quality Movement"
Paul Wallner, MD, Associate Executive Director for Radiation Oncology, American Board of Radiology
|SNM One Day PET / CT 50 Case Review Course 10/16|
Extend your stay to Saturday and register today for this informative one-day workshop targeted to radiologists and nuclear medicine/molecular imaging professionals interested in reviewing and interpreting PET/CT examinations under the supervision of an expert.
The PET/CT cases are a new component of the SNM Practice Improvement Program that also meet the PET/CT training and credentialing recommendations as published by the ACR and SNM.
You can document up to 50 cases at this workshop.
Separate Registration Required and discounted to NYRS members.
Go to www.regonline.com/SNM
SNM & NYRS Member Fees:
$399 Practicing Physicians