2020 Classic Lectures in Women’s Imaging

About This CME Teaching Activity
This activity is designed to provide a practical yet comprehensive review into women’s imaging. A multimodality approach to the assessment of pelvic, gynecologic, obstetric and breast disorders is covered in this series. Topics include pelvic pain, pelvic masses, 3D applications, first trimester, uncertain viability, and breast imaging. The renowned faculty share tips and pitfalls regarding the latest protocols and emerging technologies being used to best assess women’s disorders.

Target Audience
This CME activity is primarily intended and designed to educate diagnostic imaging physicians, gynecologists, obstetricians and other physicians who order these studies so that they might gain a greater appreciation of the strengths and limitations of clinically relevant imaging studies.

Educational Objectives
At the completion of this CME teaching activity, you should be able to:
    • Incorporate state-of-the-art imaging protocols to efficiently evaluate the female pelvis and breast into clinical practice.
    • Differentiate and describe benign, suspicious and malignant adnexal masses.
    • Discuss current management and treatment for various female pelvic disorders.
    • Optimize obstetrical sonographic techniques and protocols.
    • Recognize common fetal disorders seen in early pregnancy.
    • Discuss the appropriate imaging indications for various breast disorders.
    • Review the controversies associated with breast cancer screening.
    • Identify the image findings of benign and suspicious breast lesions.
    • Correlate mammographic, US and MRI breast image findings.
    • Utilize the BI-RADS® categorizing system appropriately.
    • Apply the best image guided approach to breast biopsy.
    • Describe recent updates and technological advances that help optimize women’s imaging procedures.

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