Head and Neck - Audience Response (AR) Self Assessment Module (SAM) SAM

John P. Karis, MD; Ashok Srinivasan, MD

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Date of Activity Release: August 1, 2017
Date of Activity Expiration: July 31, 2020

Target Audience:

The Foundation of the ASNR Symposium 2017 will focus on Discovery and Didactics featuring “What's New?” for neuroradiologists. It will focus on the role of neuroimaging in defining CNS disease mechanisms and how to best prepare for change, including “What's Next?” in training, teaching and leading the process of lifelong learning. The target audience will include practicing neuroradiologists, other radiologists charged with interpreting urgent CNS and head and neck studies, neuroscientists interested in the latest advances, clinical colleagues ordering CT and MRI in an emergency setting, and trainees. Dedicated topic areas include what's new in Head and Neck Techniques and Pediatric Neuroimaging, Metallic Artifact Reduction MR Sequences (MARS), Imaging Debate session on fMRI: Fact, Fiction and Future, Overnight Coverage Alternatives, Neuroimaging for Functional Neurosurgery, Cerebrovascular Treatment and Training, Wellness and Burnout in Practice and Training, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence.

About This Module:

This module is composed of two parts:
  • Orbital Imaging: The ED Essentials John P. Karis MD
  • Temporal Bone: Looking through the Third Window Ashok Srinivasan MD

Objectives:

Upon completion of this module, participants should be able to:

Part I: Orbital Imaging: The ED Essentials John P. Karis MD

  1. Review orbital anatomy
  2. Review imaging assessment of the orbit in emergency department patients
  3. Review the imaging findings associated with complaints of visual change
  4. Review common orbital mass lesions

Part II: Temporal Bone: Looking through the Third Window Ashok Srinivasan MD

  1. Discuss the imaging findings in different etiologies of third window phenomenon.
  2. Review vascular causes of pulsatile tinnitus with illustrated examples.

Commercial Support

No commercial support was received for this activity.

Accreditation Statement

The American Society of Neuroradiology (ASNR) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Credit Designation Statement

ASNR designates this enduring material for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Method of Physician Participation:

Each physician will listen to each audio self-directed module while following along with the visual slides. Upon completion, each physician will answer evaluation questions and pass a post test with at least a score of 80% to receive their CME certificate.

Disclosures: All individuals in control of content have disclosed the following relevant financial relationships. All of these relationships were treated as a conflict of interest, and have been resolved (C7 SCS 6.1-6.2, 6.5)

Planner(s):

  • Howard A. Rowley, MD, 2016 Program Chair/President-Elect, has no relevant financial relationships.
  • C. Douglas Phillips, MD, FACR, Chair, Web and Online Education Subcommittee of ASNR Education Committee, has no relevant financial relationships.
  • Angelo Artemakis, ASNR staff, has no relevant financial relationships.

Presenter(s):

  • John P. Karis MD
    • Ambra Health
      Stock Shareholder,Scientific/Medical Advisory Board Member
  • Ashok Srinivasan MD, has no relevant financial relationships.

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