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Date of Activity Release: Sept. 1, 2015
Date of Activity Expiration: Sept. 1, 2018
Intended for neuroradiologists and neuroradiology trainees with varying degrees of experience.
Learn how to read fetal brain MRI in a structured approach and be familiar with normal anatomy.
Over the past 2 decades, MR imaging has proved to be an extremely useful adjunctive tool in evaluating the developing fetal brain. We described the importance of being familiar with normal fetal brain anatomy and development for accurate interpretation of fetal brain MR imaging. We then presented a structured approach to reading the study with examples of pathologies. Familiarity with the normal appearance of the brain at different gestational ages reduces the risk of missing subtle abnormalities, for example, polymicrogyria. Evaluation of the ventricles, midline, gyral pattern, signal intensity of the cerebral hemispheres, vessels, spine, and head and neck is essential for a systemic evaluation of fetal brain MR imaging.
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Each participant will review the corresponding Neurographics article located at www.neurographics.org. Upon completion, each physician will complete and pass a post-test with a score of at least 80% to receive a CME certificate.
The authors have no relevant financial relationships.
The editors of Neurographics have disclosed the following relationships:
||Editor in Chief
||Royalties, Lippincott Williams and Wilkins
||Non-remunerative position, AUR6
||Stockholder, Clinical Imaging
||Consultant, Boston Scientific, Inc.
||Grant, Atherysys, Inc.; Royalties, Thieme Medical Publishers
||Grant, Arstasis, Axera Inc.; Consultant, Covidien, EV3
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