Event Date/Time: Jan 28, 2007 End Date/Time: Feb 02, 2007
Registration Date: Dec 15, 2006
Early Registration Date: Nov 01, 2006
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Course Description

This course is designed for physicians and allied health personnel. It will cover the applications of imaging techniques in the diagnosis of diseases of the brain, spine, musculoskeletal system and body. Lectures will emphasize image interpretation, differential diagnosis, a review of disease processes, and new imaging techniques. Some interventional techniques will also be addressed.

The content of this educational program was determined by rigorous assessment of educational need including surveys, program feedback, expert faculty assessment, literature review, medical practice and new medical knowledge.

Course Objectives

At the conclusion of each course, the participants should:
* Understand the applications of modern MRI imaging to solving clinical questions in the work-up of patients with many central nervous system, musculoskeletal, spine and abdominal-pelvic diseases
* Know both the advantages and limitations of these techniques
* Be aware of alternative imaging choices
* Develop differential diagnoses based on magnetic resonance imaging and disease
* Understand how to apply modern imaging to the performance of spine interventional procedures in radiology practice to alleviate spinal pain, treatment of osteoporotic and malignant fractures, biopsy, spinal lesions and treat vascular abnormalities of the spine


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