Radiologists and technologists will jointly attend the sessions which will focus on important areas of shared responsibility and will promote dialogue between the registrants and faculty regarding problems encountered
in the practice setting.
ASRT 9.00 Category A Credits have been approved.
For pricing information, see pricing tab below.
Dates and Times
Start: 10/3/2020 7:30 AM
End: 10/3/2020 5:00 PM
- Understand different types and presentations of mastitis.
- Be aware of imaging presentation and management of inflammatory processes affecting the breast.
- Differentiate the unusual sarcomas that arise in the adult breast.
- Optimize diagnosis and treatment of phyloddes tumors.
- Detect and diagnose implant-related tumors, including BIA ALCL.
- Review common pitfalls in breast imaging interpretation.
- Know what, how and when to communicate mammographic results.
- Be aware of the most common imaging findings that are misinterpreted.
- Understand the differences between peer review and peer learning.
- Be able to use peer learning to train your eye and improve overall patient care.
- Be able to integrate principles of peer learning into their practice.
- Investigate how to incorporate Contrast Mammography into their practice.
- Balance the pros and cons of Contrast Mammography versus Breast MRI.
- Be able to differentiate artifact versus real uptake in Contrast Mammography.
- Define patient-centered care as it pertains to practice of breast imaging.
- identify patient-centric strategies to add value to breast imaging practice.
- Understand common challenges in performing and interpreting breast MRI.
- Review pitfalls of MRI-guided breast biology.
- Understand the ongoing development of subtype characterization of breast tumors based on their molecular profile.
- Correlate the various molecular subtypes of breast cancer with clinical outcomes and optimal treatment strategies.
- Correlate the various molecular subtypes of breast cancer with their appearance on Breast Imagi g exams.
- Detect breast cancer in males by appreciating the similarities and differences with breast cancer as it appears in women.
- Appreciate the effect of estrogen and other hormones on gynecomastia and breast cancer development.
- Consider breast imaging issues related to transgender individuals, including gender co formation treatment.
- Be aware of benign entities that may present with BI-RADS 5 imaging characteristics.
- Understand the management of BI-RADS 5 entities after a benign biopsy result.
- Properly screen patients for biopsies.
- Assess the optimal number of passes a reliable and tolerable biopsy.
- Develop coherent post biopsy management protocols based on biopsy result concordance.
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Stony Brook Medicine
101 Nicolls Road
Virtual Live - Zoom
Stony Brook, NY 11794
The School of Medicine, State University of New York at Stony Brook, is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The School of Medicine, State University of New York at Stony Brook designates this live activity for a maximum of 7.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s) ™. Physicians should only claim the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.