Abdominal Radiology Course                                                2013Virtual                                     ...
CONFERENCE OB J ECTIVESCourse Description and ObjectivesThe Society of Abdominal Radiology (SAR) was formed in 2012 as a r...
AT A GLANCEPlenary Program Highlights• Abdominal Radiology and Radiology’s “Value Chain”• Best-in-Practice Protocols• What...
Program Information                              SEPARATE Focused Course to Meet                              Educational ...
PROGRAMDaily 2/24/13 – 3/1/13 6:30 AM – 7:30 AM    Continental Breakfast 6:30 AM – 1:30 PM    Registration and Viewing of ...
PROGRAM    MONDAY 2/25/2013 (continued)    Plenary Session - Best-in-Practice Protocols Moderators: Raymond B. Dyer, MD an...
PROGRAMtuesday 2/26/2013 (continued)Workshop Session I                        1    Technical and Clinical Review of MR Ent...
PROGRAM    tuesday 2/26/2013 (continued)    Workshop Session III                          29    Ultrasound Assessment of t...
PROGRAMtuesday 2/26/2013 (continued)OPTIONAL SAM: Separate registration is requiredSelf-Assessment Module 11:50 AM – 1:20 ...
PROGRAM    tuesday 2/26/2013 (continued)    OPTIONAL TRAINING COURSE: Separate registration is required    Virtual Colonos...
PROGRAMTHURSDAY 2/28/2013Optional Training course: Separate registration is requiredAdvanced Small Bowel Imaging Hands-On ...
PROGRAM     thursday 2/28/2013 (continued)     Workshop Session VIII                            94     Biopsy in the Abdom...
PROGRAMthursday 2/28/2013 (continued)Workshop Session X                      120   Microwave Ablation: How to Best Utilize...
PROGRAM     thursday 2/28/2013 (continued)     Optional SAM: Separate registration is required     Self-Assessment Module ...
PROGRAMFRIDAY 3/1/2013Plenary Session - Abdominal Radiology at 2:00 AM Moderators: Giovanna Casola, MD and Mitchell E. Tub...
FACULTY     Lejla Aganovic, MD                Travis Browning, MD             Pieter De Visschere, MD         Debra A. Ger...
FACULTYOtt Le, MD                      Jeffrey H. Newhouse, MD      Pablo R. Ros, MD, MPH         William Small, MD, PhD  ...
SPECIAL ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS                    Howard M. Pollack Medalist                                        Walter B. Ca...
REGISTRATION      Registration Information      Fees	                                   On or Before December 16, 2012	   ...
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES                                  ARC GUEST CONTINENTAL                               ARC 2013 ROAD RUNNE...
HOTEL INFORMATIONHOTEL INFORMATIONThe Grand Wailea Resort3850 Wailea Alanui • Wailea, Maui, Hawaii 967531-800-888-6100 Pho...
2013 Abdominal Radiology Course of the Society of Abdominal Radiology
2013 Abdominal Radiology Course of the Society of Abdominal Radiology
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2013 Abdominal Radiology Course of the Society of Abdominal Radiology

  1. 1. Abdominal Radiology Course 2013Virtual Presented byColonoscopyHands-On The Society of Abdominal RadiologyWorkstationTraining HELD IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE ANNUAL MEETING AND SCIENTIFIC ASSEMBLY OF THE SOCIETYAdvanced SmallBowel ImagingHands-OnWorkstation Training February 24-March 1, 2013Advanced MRI Techniquesof the Prostate The Grand Wailea ResortHands-On Workshop A Waldorf Astoria ResortNationally and Internationally Recognized Abdominal and Pelvic Imaging Experts Maui, Hawaii Practical Material Concerning Issues in Abdominal and Pelvic Imaging 175 Workshops Covering a Broad Range of Abdominal and Pelvic Imaging Topics Five Self-Assessment Modules Approved for MOC Credit by the ABR Up to 42.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
  2. 2. CONFERENCE OB J ECTIVESCourse Description and ObjectivesThe Society of Abdominal Radiology (SAR) was formed in 2012 as a result of a merger between the Society ofGastrointestinal Radiologists (SGR) and the Society of Uroradiology (SUR). The Abdominal Radiology Course will remain themajor educational endeavor of the SAR, bringing together outstanding educators for a program highlighting:• Problem solving for common issues in abdominal and pelvic imaging with practical solutions• Extensive small group workshop presentations allowing registrants to individualize the educational content• Exposure to new and emerging technologies in the imaging diagnosis of abdominal and pelvic pathologyThe course format utilizes didactic lectures, general interest presentations, panel discussions, technical displays and interactiveworkshops in a mix that optimizes the educational opportunities for registrants. The Scientific Paper Sessions of the Societywill be open to all members. Numerous educational and scientific posters spanning all aspects of abdominal imaging will beavailable to all course participants for study throughout the meeting. Designed primarily for radiologists in practice and intraining, this course will also benefit all physicians who care for patients with gastrointestinal and genitourinary disease.At the conclusion of the course, registrants should be able to:1. Apply the most up-to-date and practical information for imaging diagnosis and intervention in common abdominal problems2. Appropriately implement new and emerging techniques in abdominal CT, MR, US and PET3. Successfully manage common problems encountered in performing everyday abdominal examinations4. Understand the newest topics and results in clinical research in abdominal radiologyContinuing Medical EducationThe Society of Abdominal Radiology is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to providecontinuing medical education for physicians.The Society of Abdominal Radiology designates this live educational activity for a maximum of 42.5 AMA PRA Category 1Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.The breakdown of AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ is as follows:SAR Scientific Paper Sessions–5.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™Postgraduate Course–27 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™Virtual Colonoscopy Hands-On Workstation Training–15 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™Advanced Small Bowel Imaging Hands-On Workstation Training –5.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™Advanced MRI Techniques of the Prostate Hands-On Workshop –2 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™Please note that as sections of this program are concurrent, if all educational activities are attended,the maximum number of AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ that can be earned is 42.5.return on your investmentConsider the benefits received from attending this meeting:• Top-Quality Education: A Wide-Ranging Educational Experience Reflecting the Latest Advances in Abdominal Imaging• Networking: Opportunity to Grow Professionally While Building Relationships with Your Peers• The Registration Fee Includes Teaching Materials, Instruction, Welcome Reception, Annual Awards Ceremony and Reception, Continental Breakfasts, Coffee Breaks, and Awarding of AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
  3. 3. AT A GLANCEPlenary Program Highlights• Abdominal Radiology and Radiology’s “Value Chain”• Best-in-Practice Protocols• What Clinicians Need to Know About Molecular Imaging• Safety• Cases Missed by Experts –Interactive Case-based Session• Radiology at 2 AM• Effective Consultation with the Oncologist• Effective Consultation with the Transplant Service• Unknown Case Panel–Hear What the Experts Have to Say on the Spot!• In-Camera Session–Training and Expectations of an Abdominal Imager in the Era of the New ABR ExamWorkshop Program Highlights• Five Self-Assessment Modules Approved for MOC Credit by the ABR• Essentials Workshop Track: GI Topic–Solid Organ Imaging and GU Topic–Adrenal Imaging, Male and Female Pelvis• Ultrasound and CTC Continuing Medical Education• 175 Workshops Covering a Broad Range of Abdominal and Pelvic Imaging Topics Including:• Abdominal MRI • Hollow Organ Imaging • Prostate Imaging• Bariatric Imaging • Infection • Small Bowel Imaging• Contrast Media • Interventional Techniques • Testicular and Pelvic Ultrasound• CT Colonography • Kidney and Adrenal Imaging • Transplants–Liver and Kidney• CT and MR Enterography • Oncologic Imaging • Trauma• CT and MR Urography • Pancreatic Imaging • Tumor Ablation• Gynecologic Imaging • Pediatric Imaging • Vascular Ultrasound• Hepatobiliary Imaging • PET/CTVirtual Colonoscopy Hands-On Workstation Training(Additional Registration Required)• 1½ days of Hands-On Training, Separate • Initial Demonstration of the Normal Colon Buttonology Session and Testing Module–5 Followed by Extensive Review of the Appearances AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ of Polyps and Cancers• Individual Workstations Provided for • ips Provided for 2D and 3D Problem-Solving T Optimal Learning and Analysis of Pitfalls• ork with the CTC Experts – Intensive W • Testing Module Including 10 CTC Cases Supervised Review of at Least 50 CTC Cases • Certificate of Attendance Provided (Including NEW CTC Cases) Upon CompletionAdvanced Small Bowel Imaging Hands-On Workstation Training(Additional Registration Required)• 5.25 Hours of Hands-On Case Reviews with Brief Introductory Lectures ­­­­­ —5.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™• Introduction to the Interactive Learning Software to Facilitate Time Efficient Case Review• Comprehensive Overview of CT and MR Techniques for the Evaluation of Small Bowel Disorders• Ample Time for Independent Review of Cases Followed by Additional Case Review with the Experts• Certificate of Attendance Provided Upon CompletionAdvanced MRI Techniques of the Prostate Hands-On Workshop(Additional Registration Required)• State-of-the-Art Lectures and Hands-On Case Review, Monday Afternoon, February 25 — 2 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™• Practical Case Studies and Open Discussions Amongst Participants and Experts• Opportunity for Hands-On Interaction with Various Post Processing Computers 1
  4. 4. Program Information SEPARATE Focused Course to Meet Educational Needs in CT Colonography This Virtual Colonoscopy (CT Colonography) Hands-On Workstation Training is comprised of intensive and supervised review of at least 50 CTC cases, an initial demonstration of the normal colon, and an extensive review of the appearances of polyps and cancers with tips provided for problem-solving and analysis of pitfalls. The course will conclude with a testing module including 10 CTC cases. Individual workstations will be provided for optimal learning. This Hands-On Training is designated for a maximum of 15 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. A certificate of attendance will be awarded upon completion. This training will be conducted on Monday, February 25 and Tuesday, February 26. There is also an introductory Basic Training - Buttonology session on Sunday, February 24 for registrants to familiarize themselves with the workstations; two essential 30 minute lectures will follow this Buttonology session. For those participants interested in extra practice time, an open session will also be held Monday evening, February 25. The testing module will be held on Wednesday, February 27.* This training course would not be possible without the support of GE Healthcare, Philips Healthcare, Siemens Medical Solutions USA, Inc., Viatronix, Inc., and Vital Images, Inc. SEPARATE Focused Course to Meet Educational Needs in SMALL BOWEL IMAGING This Advanced Small Bowel Imaging Hands-On Workstation Training is designed to provide a comprehensive overview of CT and MR techniques for the evaluation of small bowel disorders. World leaders in small bowel imaging will present the clinical rationale for and benefits of imaging, exam techniques and CT/MR imaging findings for a variety of small bowel disorders. This course will be highlighted by interactive experiences using the participants’ own laptop computer. This training will begin Monday afternoon, February 25, with 3.25 hours of introductory lectures followed by initial hands-on review of cases. Participants will then be able to review additional cases independently on Tuesday and Wednesday before the course reconvenes on Thursday morning, February 28, for a 2 hour session including Q A of cases and dedicated time for the participants to ask the panel of experts questions on technique and interpretation. A certificate of attendance will be awarded upon completion. All participants of this course must bring a laptop with internet capabilities to participate. Complimentary internet access will be provided.* This training course would not be possible without the support of Calgary Scientific and Bracco Diagnostics, Inc. *Please note that there is an additional registration fee for the Hands-On Workstation Trainings listed above and participation is limited. You must be an ARC registrant to register for either training. Workshop Information Workshop sessions will be offered Tuesday and Thursday in a small group format. The program offers 175 workshops covering a broad range of abdominal and pelvic imaging topics. Continued this year is an Essentials Workshop Track: GI Topic – Solid Organ Imaging and GU Topic– Adrenal Imaging, Male and Female Pelvis. The goal of this track is to give the participant a comprehensive overview appropriate for maintenance of certification in GI and GU. Between the 2012 and 2013 meetings, 13 GI and 13 GU topics will be covered. For those interested in Ultrasound Continuing Medical Education, there are 24 workshops on Ultrasound topics offering up to 7.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. There are also 7 workshops on CT Colonography topics offering a total of up to 4 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. These special workshop tracks are identified by a coding system detailed within the brochure program in order to simplify your selection process. Additional tracks will be highlighted in the workshop program posted on the Society website to offer further guidance when making your workshop selections. Self Assessment Module Information The Self-Assessment Modules (SAM) presented in this activity on Adnexal Imaging, Hepatobiliary MR Contrast, Fluoroscopic Examination of the Pharynx and Esophagus, Oncologic Imaging, and Biliary Tract Obstruction have been qualified by the American Board of Radiology in meeting the criteria for self-assessment toward the purpose of fulfilling requirements in the ABR Maintenance of Certification Program. If you wish to register for a SAM, you must submit a fee of $35 for each SAM, even if you do not wish to receive MOC credit. This fee covers the production costs associated with the SAMs.2
  5. 5. PROGRAMDaily 2/24/13 – 3/1/13 6:30 AM – 7:30 AM Continental Breakfast 6:30 AM – 1:30 PM Registration and Viewing of Commercial Exhibits, Posters and Unknown CasesSUNDAY 2/24/2013SAR Scientific Session Coordinators: William W. Mayo-Smith, MD, Mukesh Harisinghani, MD and David H. Kim, MD 7:00 AM – 9:30 AM Concurrent GI and GU Scientific Sessions 9:30 AM – 10:00 AM Break 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM Combined GI and GU Scientific Session 1:00 PM – 1:30 PM SAR Business Meeting and Boxed Lunch (Immediately following the Scientific Sessions)In-Camera Session Moderator: Cheri L. Canon, MD 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM The New Abdominal Radiologist; Subspecialty Training in the Era of the Cheri L. Canon, MD; J. Louis Hinshaw, MD; Modified ABR Examination Aliya Qayyum, MB BSOPTIONAL TRAINING COURSE: Separate registration is requiredVirtual Colonoscopy Hands-On Workstation Training 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM Hands-On Workstation Buttonology (Open Session for Training Course Registrants) 4:00 PM – 4:30 PM CTC Focused Lecture: Preparing the Patient for CTC David H. Kim, MD 4:30 PM – 5:00 PM CTC Focused Lecture: Time Efficient CTC Interpretation Judy Yee, MDMONDAY 2/25/2013Plenary Session - Current and Future Practice of Abdominal Radiology Moderators: C. Daniel Johnson, MD and Ronald J. Zagoria, MD 7:00 AM – 7:15 AM Practice Management and the Expanding Vision of SAR C. Daniel Johnson, MD; Ronald J. Zagoria, MD 7:15 AM – 7:30 AM Right Imaging, Right Time, Right Patient Giles W. Boland, MD 7:30 AM – 7:45 AM Radiologist Productivity: Beyond RVUs Marcia C. Javitt, MD 7:45 AM – 8:00 AM Effective Peer Review Jonathan B. Kruskal, MD, PhD 8:00 AM – 8:15 AM How to Talk to Patients and Referrers About CT Radiation William W. Mayo-Smith, MD 8:15 AM – 8:30 AM Meaningful PQI Projects Spencer B. Gay, MD 8:30 AM – 8:45 AM Payer Coverage, Reimbursement and Future Payment Models Robert K. Zeman, MD 8:45 AM – 9:00 AM Panel DiscussionSAR Cannon Lecture 9:00 AM – 9:40 AM The Team Approach to the Evaluation and Treatment of Patients Diane Simeone, MD with Pancreatic Cancer 9:40 AM – 10:10 AM BreakSAR New Horizons Lecture10:10 AM – 10:50 AM The Evolving Landscape of Treatment for Advanced Prostate Cancer Philip Kantoff, MD 3
  6. 6. PROGRAM MONDAY 2/25/2013 (continued) Plenary Session - Best-in-Practice Protocols Moderators: Raymond B. Dyer, MD and Dushyant V. Sahani, MD 10:50 AM – 11:05 AM Abdominal Trauma Nicole Hindman, MD 11:05 AM – 11:20 AM Rectal MRI Mukesh Harisinghani, MD 11:20 AM – 11:35 AM CT Urography Cheryl A. Sadow, MD 11:35 AM – 11:50 AM Pancreatic Cancer Eric P. Tamm, MD 11:50 AM – 12:05 PM MR Enterography Mahmoud Al-Hawary, MD 12:05 PM – 12:20 PM Protocols for 3-D GYN Ultrasound Anna S. Lev-Toaff, MD 12:20 PM – 12:35 PM Prostate MRI Fergus V. Coakley, MD 12:35 PM – 12:50 PM MRCP Aliya Qayyum, MB BS 12:50 PM – 1:05 PM Question and Answer Session OPTIONAL TRAINING COURSE: Separate registration is required Advanced MRI Techniques of the Prostate Hands-On Workshop Moderators: Jelle O. Barentsz, MD and Jurgen J. Fütterer, MD, PhD 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM Advanced MRI Techniques of the Prostate Hands-On Workshop Henkjan Huisman, PhD; Sadhna Verman, MD; Derya Yakar, MD, PhD; Patrik Zámecnik, MD OPTIONAL TRAINING COURSE: Separate registration is required Virtual Colonoscopy Hands-On Workstation Training I Moderator: Judy Yee, MD 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM Virtual Colonoscopy Hands-On Workstation Training I Kevin J. Chang, MD; J. Louis Hinshaw, MD; David H. Kim, MD 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM Case Review (Open Session for Training Course Registrants) OPTIONAL TRAINING COURSE: Separate registration is required Advanced Small Bowel Imaging Hands-On WorkstationTraining I Moderator: Jeff L. Fidler, MD 2:00 PM – 5:15 PM Advanced Small Bowel Imaging Hands-On WorkstationTraining I Mahmoud Al-Hawary, MD; Sudha Anupindi, MD; Mark E. Baker, MD; David H. Bruining, MD; Jonathan R. Dillman, MD; Joel G. Fletcher, MD; David Grand, MD; Amy K. Hara, MD; James E. Huprich, MD; Daniel Podberesky, MD 12:29 PM – 6:00 PM Golf Tournament - Consecutive Tee Times 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM Welcome Reception TUESDAY 2/26/2013 OPTIONAL TRAINING COURSE: Separate registration is required Virtual Colonoscopy Hands-On Workstation Training II Moderator: Joel G. Fletcher, MD 7:00 AM – 12:00 PM Virtual Colonoscopy Hands-On Workstation Training II Rizwan Aslam, MD; C. Daniel Johnson, MD; Alvin C. Silva, MD4 Essentials: Adrenal Imaging, Male and Female Pelvis Essentials: Solid Organ Imaging CT Colonography Ultrasound*
  7. 7. PROGRAMtuesday 2/26/2013 (continued)Workshop Session I 1 Technical and Clinical Review of MR Enterography Errol Colak, MD; Anish Kirpalani, MD 2 Abdominal Imaging and Payment Reform: How to Stay Ahead Giles W. Boland, MD 3 Complications of Oncologic Imaging in the Abdomen Priya R. Bhosale, MD; Chitra Viswanathan, MD 4 Abdominal MRI at 3.0T: Challenges and Solutions Kevin J. Chang, MD; David Grand, MD 5 Recognizing the Complications of Pancreatic Cancer Surgery: Ott Le, MD; Nicolaus Wagner-Bartak, MD Imaging Analysis 6 Hepatocellular Carcinoma - Multimodality Imaging Optimization Rupan Sanyal, MD; John V. Thomas, MD, MRCP 7 Colon/Interpreting the Sick Colon Emily Webb, MD; Stefanie Weinstein, MD 7:00 AM – 7:35 AM 8 Female Pelvis: Uterus (Benign and Malignant) * Manjiri Dighe, MD; Maitray D. Patel, MD 9 Leadership and Clinical Direction of an Ultrasound Department Gretchen E. Green, MD 10 Biopsy-Directed Management of Solid Renal Masses: Elaine M. Caoili, MD; Matthew S. Davenport, MD Techniques and Opportunities 11 Nephropathy Induced by IV Contrast: A Much Exaggerated Risk Jeffrey H. Newhouse, MD 12 Imaging Treated Prostate Cancer Pieter De Visschere, MD; H. Alberto Vargas, MD 13 US Acute Kidney Injury * John J. Cronan, MD 14 Neoplastic and Non-neoplastic Proliferative Disorders of the Srinivasa R. Prasad, MD; Perirenal Space Venkateswar R. Surabhi, MDWorkshop Session II 15 Ultrasound of TIPS * Myron A. Pozniak, MD 16 Informatics: Maximizing Workflow and Efficiency with Advanced Michael E. Zalis, MD Health Record Informatics 17 Oncologic Pitfalls in Imaging of the Abdomen and Pelvis Ali Shirkhoda, MD 18 Quantitative Imaging in Abdominal Radiology Vahid Yaghmai, MD 19 Secretin MRCP Its Clinical Application Raj Mohan Paspulati, MD 20 The Many Faces of Hepatocellular Carcinoma, Classification Kristen Bishop, MD; Travis Browning, MD; Schemes of HCC Jeffrey Pruitt, MD 21 Virtual MR Biopsy of Inflammatory Bowel Disease Hina Arif-Tiwari, MD; Bobby Kalb, MD 7:45 AM – 8:20 AM 22 Female Pelvis: Adnexa (Benign and Malignant) * Seung H. Kim, MD; Darcy Wolfman, MD 23 Review of Contrast Media Administration James H. Ellis, MD; Richard Leder, MD 24 “When Cancer Isn’t the Answer” - Cancer Mimics and Pitfalls Steven C. Eberhardt, MD; Rosaleen Parsons, MD, FACR 25 Optimization of CTU in Hematuria Aart J. van der Molen, MD 26 Interesting Adrenal Cases: Lessons Learned from the Tumor Khaled M. Elsayes, MD Boards of Major Institutions 27 Hysterosalpingography: Unusual and Interesting Cases Richard L. Clark, MD 28 GU Case Challenge: Best Cases from Cleveland and Chicago Frank H. Miller, MD; Erick M. Remer, MDOPTIONAL SAM: Separate registration is requiredSelf-Assessment Module 8:30 AM – 10:00 AM Diagnostic Dilemmas in Adnexal Imaging Genevieve L. Bennett, MD; Susanna I. Lee, MD, PhD; Elizabeth A. Sadowski, MD Essentials: Adrenal Imaging, Male and Female Pelvis Essentials: Solid Organ Imaging CT Colonography Ultrasound* 5
  8. 8. PROGRAM tuesday 2/26/2013 (continued) Workshop Session III 29 Ultrasound Assessment of the Gallbladder * John J. Cronan, MD 30 Dual Energy CT in Clinical Practice Alec J. Megibow, MD 31 When to Resist Recist in Monitoring Tumor Response to Therapy Ahmed Ba-Ssalamah, MD; Richard M. Gore, MD 32 PET/MRI - Principles and Preliminary Human Studies Hersh Chandarana, MD; Alexander R. Guimaraes, MD, PhD 33 Pancreas/Mastering the Pancreas Zhen Jane Wang, MD; Judy Yee, MD 34 Benign Liver Tumors: MDCT/MRI Findings/Diagnostic Approach Harmeet Kaur, MD; Srinivasa R. Prasad, MD to Hypervascular Liver Lesions 8:30 AM – 9:05 AM 35 The Tipping Point - Key Imaging Findings that Result in Treatment Dushyant V. Sahani, MD; Raul N. Uppot, MD Changes in the Management of (GI) Abdominal Tumors 36 Adrenal - Retroperitoneum N. Reed Dunnick, MD 37 A Primer for Leaders and Prospective Leaders in Radiology Fred T. Lee, Jr., MD; Mitchell E. Tublin, MD 38 Thermal Ablation of Renal Tumors: Technique and Imaging Follow-up Ronald J. Zagoria, MD 39 Classification and MDCT Imaging of Renal and Bladder Trauma Nalini Kanth, MD 40 Kidney: Benign and Malignant Masses; Cysts and Cystic Disorders Lejla Aganovic, MD; Nancy S. Curry, MD, FACR 41 Urolithasis: What the Radiologist Needs to Know Wael M. Shabana, MD, PhD Workshop Session IV 42 Ultrasound Guided Procedures: Tips and Techniques for both Melanie Caserta, MD; Geoffrey Wile, MD Common and Uncommon Indications * 43 PET/PET/CT Pitfalls in the Abdomen and Pelvis David Naeger, MD; Emily Webb, MD 44 Abdominal MR Angiography: State of the Art/Techniques and Clinical Robert R. Edelman, MD; Anish Kirpalani, MD Applications for MR Angiography of the Abd Aorta and Venous System 45 Cystic Pancreatic Lesions: Moving Beyond Morphology/ Patrick C. Freeny, MD, FACR; Management and Follow-up Guidelines of Pancreatic Venkat Katabathina, MD Cystic Lesions: Current Update for Radiologists 46 Liver Cases for Aces Richard L. Baron, MD 47 Imaging of Colorectal Malignancies Tracy A. Jaffe, MD 9:15 AM – 9:50 AM 48 Male Pelvis (Testis/Penis) Mark E. Lockhart, MD, MPH 49 Follow up Imaging for Hepatic and Renal Ablation: What Does the J. Louis Hinshaw, MD General Radiologist Need to Know? 50 MRI of the Placenta: All You Need to Know Gianfranco Gualdi, MD; Gabriele Masselli, MD 51 MR Urography in Children and Adolescents Jonathan R. Dillman, MD; Raj Mohan Pasuplati, MD 52 SRU Consensus Ovarian Cystic Lesions Interactive Case Review * Therese M. Weber, MD 53 The Abdominal Imager’s Guide to Incidental Musculoskeletal Brian C. Allen, MD; David D. Childs, MD Findings on CT and MRI 54 Imaging GU Trauma Joel A. Gross, MD; Lorenzo Mannelli, MD, PhD Break Asian Society of Abdominal Radiology (ASAR) Lecture 10:20 AM – 10:50 AM New Paradigm for Management of Hepatocellular Carcinoma by Imaging Byung Ihn Choi, MD Unknown Case Panel Moderators: Desiree E. Morgan, MD and Joel F. Platt, MD 10:50 AM – 11:40 AM Unknown Case Panel Mark E. Baker, MD; Arnold C. Friedman, MD, FACR; John R. Leyendecker, MD; Paul Nikolaidis, MD; V. Anik Sahni, MD; Jorge A. Soto, MD6 Essentials: Adrenal Imaging, Male and Female Pelvis Essentials: Solid Organ Imaging CT Colonography Ultrasound*
  9. 9. PROGRAMtuesday 2/26/2013 (continued)OPTIONAL SAM: Separate registration is requiredSelf-Assessment Module 11:50 AM – 1:20 PM Hepatobiliary MR Contrast: Applications in Cirrhotic and Victoria Chernyak, MD; Milana Flusberg, MD; Non-cirrhotic Patients Stan Weiss, MDWorkshop Session V 55 Ultrasound Pearls in Patients with Acute Abdominal Pain * Eric W. Olcott, MD; Lewis K. Shin, MD 56 Common Mistakes to Avoid in Planning, Executing, and Writing Dushyant V. Sahani, MD; Academic Projects Kumaresan Sandrasegaran, MD 57 Pitfalls of PET CT in Abdomen and Pelvis Aparna Balachandran, MD; Raghu Vikram, MD 58 Imaging of Pancreatic Endocrine Tumors/Pancreatic Jung H. Kim, MD; Steven S. Raman, MD Neuroendocrine Tumor (PNET): Imaging 59 Liver Donor Imaging: CT vs. MRI Bachir Taouli, MD; Benjamin M. Yeh, MD 60 MDCT Differentiation Ischemia from Infarction of the Intestine in Stefania Romano, MD Vascular and Obstructive Disease11:50 AM – 12:25 PM 61 Multimodality Imaging of Congenital Anomalies of the Pediatric Carol E. Barnewolt, MD; Valerie L. Ward, MD, MPH GI Tract: Obstruction, Cysts and Malposition 62 Obstetrical Imaging - Early Pregnancy and Complications Theodore J. Dubinsky, MD; Mariam Moshiri, MD 63 Reporting Templates in Abdominal Imaging Steven C. Eberhardt, MD; Marta E. Heilbrun, MD 64 Pitfalls in Abdominal Conventional Biopsy and Drainage Techniques John P. McGahan, MD 65 Medications Encountered in Radiology Michael A. Bettmann, MD 66 Imaging of Adnexal Masses and Ovarian Cancer Weining Ma, MD; Harpreet K. Pannu, MD 67 Functional MR Imaging Biomarkers to Predict Therapeutic Sandeep P. Deshmukh, MD; Chan Kyo Kim, MD Response in Prostate CancerWorkshop Session VI 68 Abdominal Emergencies in the Oncology Patient Richard M. Gore, MD; Alexander Ivanovic, MD 69 GI PET/CT Bottom Line: Benign, Follow, Image, Biopsy Deborah Rubens, MD; John G. Strang, MD or Malignant? An Interactive Case Conference 70 Over Ranging as Dose Trap in Abdominal CT/Optimization Aart J. van der Molen, MD of Iterative Reconstruction in Abdominal CT 71 What the Radiologist Needs to Know for Staging and Reporting Arnold C. Friedman, MD, FACR; Eric P. Tamm, MD Pancreatic Cancer/Unusual Pancreatic Neoplasms/Pancreas Masses: Benign and Malignant 72 Hepatocellular Adenomas: Genetics, Imaging and Management Khaled M. Elsayes, MD; / Fibrolamellar Carcinoma - A Current Update Based on Clinical Dhakshinamoorthy Ganeshan, MD; 12:35 PM – 1:10 PM Experience of over 150 Cases Alampady K. Shanbhogue, MD 73 Dysphagia: Commonly Encountered and Frequently Misunderstood Laura R. Carucci, MD; Mary Ann Turner, MD, FACR 74 IV Contrast Material Kristen Bishop, MD; Travis Browning, MD 75 Pearls and Pitfalls in GU Radiology Marco A. Amendola, MD; S. Zafar Jafri, MD, FACR 76 Critical Considerations for Imaging Renal and Miriam Moshiri, MD; Pancreatic Transplants * Jade J. Wong-You-Cheong, MB ChB 77 HIFU/HIFU in the Pelvis Fergus V. Coakley, MD 78 Case-based Critical Review of Prostate MRI: Pearls and Pitfalls Sadhna Verma, MD 79 Imaging Female Infertility Cheryl A. Sadow, MD; V. Anik Sahni, MD 80 Problematic Scrotal US Cases and the Role of MR * David D. Casalino, MD Essentials: Adrenal Imaging, Male and Female Pelvis Essentials: Solid Organ Imaging CT Colonography Ultrasound* 7
  10. 10. PROGRAM tuesday 2/26/2013 (continued) OPTIONAL TRAINING COURSE: Separate registration is required Virtual Colonoscopy Hands-On Workstation Training III Moderator: Michael E. Zalis, MD 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM Virtual Colonoscopy Hands-On Workstation Training III Perry J. Pickhardt, MD; Stefanie Weinstein, MD WEDNESDAY 2/27/2013 Plenary Session - Introduction to Clinical Molecular Imaging Moderators: Peter L. Choyke, MD and Pablo R. Ros, MD, MPH 7:00 AM –7:20 AM Imaging Parameters for Tumor Follow-up: RECIST and Beyond Shetal N. Shah, MD 7:20 AM – 7:40 AM Primer on Tumor Markers and Imaging Biomarkers Susanna I. Lee, MD, PhD 7:40 AM – 8:00 AM PET Beyond FDG: CT and MR Alexander R. Guimaraes, MD, PhD 8:00 AM – 8:15 AM Question and Answer Session Plenary Session - Safety Moderators: James H. Ellis, MD and Arthur J. Segal, MD, FACR 8:15 AM – 8:30 AM Screening Patients for Safe MRI Hersh Chandarana, MD 8:30 AM – 8:45 AM Implementing CT Radiation Dose Reduction in Your Practice Amy K. Hara, MD 8:45 AM – 9:00 AM Current ACR Guidelines for IV Contrast Media Administration Matthew S. Davenport, MD 9:00 AM – 9:15 AM Question and Answer Session European Society of Urogenital Radiology (ESUR) Lecture 9:15 AM – 9:45 AM MR Urography: Morphological and Functional Aspects in Michel Claudon, MD Urinary Obstruction 9:45 AM – 10:00 AM Abstract Awards Announcement 10:00 AM – 10:30 AM Break European Society of Gastrointestinal and Abdominal Radiology (ESGAR) Lecture 10:30 AM – 11:00 AM Rectal Cancer Imaging: Where Are We Now? Regina G. H. Beets-Tan, MD, PhD Plenary Session - Cases Missed by Experts - Interactive Session Moderators: Deborah A. Baumgarten, MD, MPH, FACR and Judy Yee, MD 11:00 AM – 11:15 AM Plain Film William M. Thompson, MD 11:15 AM – 11:30 AM MRI Peter F. Hahn, MD, PhD 11:30 AM – 11:45 AM US Myron A. Pozniak, MD 11:45 AM – 12:00 PM GI Fluoroscopy Marc S. Levine, MD 12:00 PM – 12:15 PM GU Fluoroscopy Nancy S. Curry, MD, FACR 12:15 PM – 12:30 PM Interventional Radiology Peter R. Mueller, MD 12:30 PM – 12:45 PM CT Alec J. Megibow, MD 12:45 PM – 1:00 PM Question and Answer Session Optional Training course: Separate registration is required Virtual Colonoscopy Hands-On Workstation Training 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM Testing Module Joel G. Fletcher, MD 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM Awards Ceremony and Reception (Supported by Bracco Diagnostics Inc.)8 Essentials: Adrenal Imaging, Male and Female Pelvis Essentials: Solid Organ Imaging CT Colonography Ultrasound*
  11. 11. PROGRAMTHURSDAY 2/28/2013Optional Training course: Separate registration is requiredAdvanced Small Bowel Imaging Hands-On Workstation Training II Moderator: Jeff L. Fidler, MD 7:00 AM – 9:05 AM Advanced Small Bowel Imaging Hands-On Workstation Training II Mahmoud Al-Hawary, MD; Sudha Anupindi, MD; Mark E. Baker, MD; David H. Bruining, MD; Jonathan R. Dillman, MD; Joel G. Fletcher, MD; David Grand, MD; Amy K. Hara, MD; James E. Huprich, MD; Daniel Podberesky, MDOptional SAM: Separate registration is requiredSelf-Assessment Module 7:00 AM – 8:30 AM Fluoroscopic Examination of the Pharynx and Esophagus: Cheri L. Canon, MD; Laura R. Carucci, MD; A Study for all Seasons Marc S. Levine, MDWorkshop Session VII 81 Dual-energy CT of the Abdomen Desiree E. Morgan, MD 82 A New Way of Looking at Things: How to Effectively Implement Rajan T. Gupta, MD; Bachir Taouli, MD Hepatobiliary MR Contrast Agents Into Your Practice 83 Interesting Cases from the Mayo Clinic Hepatobiliary Conference David M. Hough, MD; A. Nicholas Kurup, MD 84 Internal Hernias/Clues to Internal Hernias after Bariatric Surgery: Kedar N. Chintapalli, MD; Abhijit Sunnapwar, MD A Case-based Review / GI Multisystem Disorders 85 Imaging Young IBD Patients Michael Gee, MD, PhD 86 Liver: Diffuse Disease Michael P. Federle, MD; Mitchell E. Tublin, MD 7:00 AM – 7:35 AM 87 Ultrasound Assessment of Abdominal and Pelvic Pain in Pregnancy * Sanja Kupesic, MD; Branko Plavsic, MD 88 Renal Doppler: It Makes the Diagnosis! * Mark E. Lockhart, MD, MPH; Deborah Rubens, MD 89 MRI of Abnormal Placentation Keyanoosh Hosseinzadeh, MD; John R. Leyendecker, MD 90 How to Recognize and Treat Contrast Reactions Michael A. Bettmann, MD 91 Oh, No! What’s That in the Adrenal Gland? An Approach to the Erick M. Remer, MD; Myles Taffel, MD Incidental Adrenal Lesion 92 Uterine Malignancies: The Added Value of MRI and PET/CT Susanna I. Lee, MD, PhD; Evis Sala, MD, PhD 93 Advances in CT Colonography Judy Yee, MD Essentials: Adrenal Imaging, Male and Female Pelvis Essentials: Solid Organ Imaging CT Colonography Ultrasound* 9
  12. 12. PROGRAM thursday 2/28/2013 (continued) Workshop Session VIII 94 Biopsy in the Abdomen and Pelvis: Tips and Tricks Fred T. Lee, Jr., MD; Meghan G. Lubner, MD 95 CT Protocols: How to Decrease Dose on the Machine You Have Now! William W. Mayo-Smith, MD 96 Radiology of Benign Biliary Disease/Benign Biliary Strictures: Alampady K. Shanbhogue, MD; Ellen L. Wolf, MD Essentials of Imaging and Intervention 97 Gd-EOB-DTPA for Imaging the Non-cirrhotic and Cirrhotic Liver: Hero K. Hussain, MD; Peter Liu, MD Advantages and Limitations 98 Herniography: Simple and Accurate, Yet Underutilized/MDCT Shailendra Chopra, MD; and MR Imaging Spectrum of Usual and Unusual Abdominal and Venkateswar R. Surabhi, MD Pelvic Floor External Hernias 99 Liver: Focal Benign and Malignant Disease Richard L. Baron, MD; Khaled M. Elsayes, MD 7:45 AM – 8:20 AM 100 Conflict of Interest N. Reed Dunnick, MD 101 Critical Considerations for Imaging Renal and Pancreatic Transplants * Liina Poder, MD; Stefanie Weinstein, MD 102 Radiation Dose Reduction in Abdominal-pelvic CT Susan Hilton, MD; Nicholas Papanicolaou, MD 103 Prostate MRI Update, MR Guided Prostate Biopsy and Approaches Mary Ann Turner, MD, FACR; Jinxing Yu, MD for Overcoming Challenges of MRI-guided Biopsy of Prostate 104 Is it a Fibroid? Are You Sure? (How Pelvic MR Can Help With Peter L. Cooperberg, MD Difficult Ultrasound) * 105 Testicular Tumors: What Radiologists Need to Know: Differential Pardeep Mittal, MD; William Small, MD, PhD Diagnosis, Staging and Treatment * 106 Bowel Preparation for CT Colonography J. Louis Hinshaw, MD Workshop Session IX 107 Large Body Habitus: Challenges in Abdomen Intervention Kedar N. Chintapalli, MD; Vijayanadh Ojili, MD 108 Ultrasound Assessment of Diffuse Liver Disease * John J. Cronan, MD 109 Imaging Evaluation of Liver Transplant and Its Complications Mariam Moshiri, MD; Jade J. Wong-You-Cheong, MB ChB 110 Challenging Body MR Cases Frank H. Miller, MD 111 MRI and CT of the Small Bowel: When to Use Each Modality Gianfranco Gualdi, MD; Gabriele Masselli, MD 112 Pancreas (To Include Inflammation, Congenital Variants) Mahmoud Al-Hawary, MD; Isaac R. Francis, MD 113 Beyond Hydronephrosis: Ultrasound of the Kidneys with Brian C. Allen, MD; Melanie Caserta, MD 8:30 AM – 9:05 AM CT and MR Correlation * 114 The Joint Commission and Contrast Media Tracy A. Jaffe, MD 115 Non-ovarian Pelvic Cysts: MRI Approach in the Male Peter E. Humphrey, MD; Koenraad J. Mortele, MD and Female Patient 116 Polycystic Kidney Disease Bernard F. King, MD 117 CT Evaluation of the Female Pelvis: Pearls and Pitfalls Genevieve L. Bennett, MD 118 Characterizing Small Renal Masses by Imaging and Biopsy: An Update Steven S. Raman, MD 119 CT Colonography Protocol and Problems in Practice David H . Kim, MD 9:05 AM – 9:35 AM Break Optional SAM: Separate registration is required Self-Assessment Module 9:35 AM – 11:05 AM Oncologic Imaging Update Steven C. Eberhardt, MD; Michael Gee, MD, PhD; Avinash R. Kambadakone, MD, DNB, FRCR10 Essentials: Adrenal Imaging, Male and Female Pelvis Essentials: Solid Organ Imaging CT Colonography Ultrasound*
  13. 13. PROGRAMthursday 2/28/2013 (continued)Workshop Session X 120 Microwave Ablation: How to Best Utilize this Powerful J. Louis Hinshaw, MD; Paul Shyn, MD Technology/Adding Microwave and Cryoablation 121 Recent Advances in Body MR Sequences: Focus on T1-and Hersh Chandarana, MD; Andrew Rosenkrantz, MD T2-weighted Imaging 122 MR Imaging of the Gallbladder: Spectrum of Diseases with CT Khaled M. Elsayes, MD; Venkat Katabathina, MD Correlation / Adult Bile Duct Strictures - Inside Out: Role of MRI and MRCP in Characterization 123 New Approach to Imaging Biliary Disorder in Children / Imaging Soroosh Mahboubi, MD, FACR Acute Abdomen in Children 124 MDCT of Blunt Abdominal Trauma: Update 2013 Jorge A. Soto, MD 125 Photoshop for (Dummy) Professors: How to Improve Image Francis J. Scholz, MD9:35 AM – 10:10 AM Quality for Teaching 126 Pancreas (Masses - Benign and Malignant) Aparna Balachandran, MD; Koenraad J. Mortele, MD 127 The Difficult Abdominal CT: What and Why: Lessons from a Joel F. Platt, MD QA Program 128 Pre and Post-operative Ultrasound Evaluation of Thyroid Cancer * Kristen Bishop, MD; Jeffrey Pruitt, MD 129 Urinary System Traumatic Injury William C. Baughman, MD; Timothy Kasprzak, MD 130 Renal Mass/Minimizing Errors in Renal Mass Characterization Zhen Jane Wang, MD; Antonio C. A. Westphalen, MD 131 Adrenal Imaging 2013: What Has the Last 20 Years Taught Us? Giles W. Boland, MD 132 Pearls From the Front Line:  An Approach to Gynecologic  Carol E. Barnewolt, MD; Valerie L. Ward, MD, MPH Sonography in Children and Adolescents * 133 Dose Reduction Strategies for CT Colonography Kevin J. Chang, MDWorkshop Session XI 134 Percutaneous Interventions: Update William W. Mayo-Smith, MD; Erik K. Paulson, MD 135 Why Diffusion Weighted Imaging of Abdomen Should Be Used Alexander R. Guimaraes, MD, PhD; Routinely/Diffusion Weighted Imaging - Basic Principles and Frank H. Miller, MD Applications in Oncologic Imaging 136 Rectal MRI: The Essentials Jeffrey Mottola, MD; V. Anik Sahni, MD 137 Vascular Compression Syndromes in the Abdomen and Pelvis Chandana Lall, MD; Ramit Lamba, MD 138 MRI of the Retrorectal Space Keyanoosh Hosseinzadeh, MD; Kartik S. Jhaveri, MD 139 Biliary/GB (To Include Inflammation, Masses, Congenital Anomalies) Priya R. Bhosale, MD; William Small, MD, PhD10:20 AM – 10:55 AM 140 Doppler US Evaluation Following Orthotopic Liver Transplantation Deborah Rubens, MD; Shetal N. Shah, MD (OLT)/Doppler US of Liver Transplants - Case Based Review * 141 MR and US Evaluation of Placental Implantation Abnormalities * Genevieve L. Bennett, MD; Nicole Hindman, MD 142 How to Avoid a “Fear-factor” When Using Epinephrine Arthur J. Segal, MD; Carolyn L. Wang, MD 143 The Tipping Point – Key Imaging Findings That Result in Treatment Susanna I. Lee, MD, PhD; Raul N. Uppot, MD Changes in the Management of (GU/GYN) Abdominal Tumors 144 MRI as a Tool for the Diagnosis of Complications of Pregnancy David D. Childs, MD 145 Multimodality Imaging of Renal Masses David M. Paushter, MD 146 Challenging Abdominal Cases - An Interactive Quiz Lejla Aganovic, MD; Fiona Cassidy, MD 147 Interpretation Strategies for CT Colonography Rizwan Aslam, MD Essentials: Adrenal Imaging, Male and Female Pelvis Essentials: Solid Organ Imaging CT Colonography Ultrasound* 11
  14. 14. PROGRAM thursday 2/28/2013 (continued) Optional SAM: Separate registration is required Self-Assessment Module 11:05 AM – 12:35 PM Imaging in Biliary Tract Obstruction Meghan G. Lubner, MD; Desiree E. Morgan, MD; Dushyant V. Sahani, MD Workshop Session XII 148 Update of Ablative Therapies for HCC Gerald D. Dodd, MD; Steven S. Raman, MD 149 MRI Contrast: The Best The Brightest Myles Taffel, MD; Geoffrey Wile, MD 150 Interesting Hepatobiliary Cases Paul Nikolaidis, MD; Bachir Taouli, MD 151 Bowel Obstruction: Tips from the Masters William M. Thompson, MD 152 Role of CT Enterography in Evaluation of Intermittent GI Bleed/ John J. Borsa, MD, FRCPC; Balloon-Occluded Retrograde Transvenous Obliteration-BRTO- Farnoosh Sokhandon, MD What is it? Why it’s Done? What to Look For! 153 Management of Acute and Chronic GI Bleeding/Diagnostic and Marco A. Amendola, MD; Klemens H. Barth, MD; Interventional Radiologic Management of Mesenteric Ischemia Jaime Tisnado, MD, FACR 11:05 AM – 11:40 AM 154 Spleen/Peritoneum (All Conditions) Namita S. Gandhi, MD; Marijo A. Gillen, MD, PhD 155 Management of Renal Tumors: The Role of Percutaneous Ablation A. Nicholas Kurup, MD; Grant Schmitt, MD 156 Ectopic Pregnancy Pearls and Pitfalls * Sheila Sheth, MD 157 Strategies for Building and Maintaining a Prostate MR Practice Rajan T. Gupta, MD; Andrew Rosenkrantz, MD 158 Imaging of the Pelvic Floor Disorders Using Dynamic Pelvic MRI Victoria Chernyak, MD; Alla M. Rozenblit, MD 159 Functioning Adrenal Neoplasms Isaac R. Francis, MD 160 Ultrasound Imaging and Doppler of the Scrotum * Myron A. Pozniak, MD 161 CT Colonography Reporting and Data System - Update 2013 Michael E. Zalis, MD Workshop Session XIII 162 HCC Post Loco-regional Therapy Kartik S. Jhaveri, MD; Bachir Taouli, MD 163 Imaging of Abdominal Trauma: Protocols, Radiation Reduction Ruedi F. Thoeni, MD and Results 164 The Wandering Gallstone Francis J. Scholz, MD 165 “Extreme Imaging” Michael Gee, MD, PhD; Raul N. Uppot, MD 166 Imaging of GIST - What the Radiologist Needs to Know Travis Browning, MD; Jeffrey Pruitt, MD 167 Multi-system Disorders (Trauma, Acute Conditions, Hernias— R. Kristina Gedgaudas-McClees, MD; Including Internal, Obstruction) Matthew T. Heller, MD; William E. Torres, MD 11:50 AM – 12:25 PM 168 Functional Imaging in GU Malignancies: Current Practice and Updates Namita S. Gandhi, MD; Shetal N. Shah, MD 169 Prostate Biopsy/MRI Guided Prostate Biopsy - Tips and Pitfalls Antonio C. A. Westphalen, MD 170 Technical Advances in MDCT and Their Impact on Renal Imaging: Eric W. Olcott, MD; F. Graham Sommer, MD Model-based Iterative Reconstruction (MBIR) and Dual Energy 171 Pediatric GU Imaging: A Practical Approach Steven J. Kraus, MD; Sara O’Hara, MD 172 Pattern Recognition in Adnexal Pathology * Maitray D. Patel, MD 173 Adrenal Imaging Robert Berkenblit, MD; Bart Op de Beeck, MD 174 Rare Subtypes of RCC – Unique Imaging Features: 2013 Update Srinivasa R. Prasad, MD; Raghu Vikram, MD 175 CT Colonography Pearls and Pitfalls Arnold C. Friedman, MD, FACR12 Essentials: Adrenal Imaging, Male and Female Pelvis Essentials: Solid Organ Imaging CT Colonography Ultrasound*
  15. 15. PROGRAMFRIDAY 3/1/2013Plenary Session - Abdominal Radiology at 2:00 AM Moderators: Giovanna Casola, MD and Mitchell E. Tublin, MD 7:00 AM – 7:15 AM Abdominal Pain in Pregnancy Michele A. Brown, MD 7:15 AM – 7:30 AM GI Bleeding Jorge A. Soto, MD 7:30 AM – 7:45 AM Pelvic Pain Genevieve L. Bennett, MD 7:45 AM – 8:00 AM RUQ Pain - CT or US Aya Kamaya, MD 8:00 AM – 8:15 AM Life Threatening Trauma Michael P. Federle, MD 8:15 AM – 8:30 AM Bowel Obstruction Erik K. Paulson, MD 8:30 AM – 8:50 AM 24/7 Coverage: How, When and Why John J. Cronan, MD 8:50 AM – 9:00 AM Question and Answer Session 9:00 AM – 9:30 AM BreakPlenary Session - Abdominal Radiology Best Practices I: Oncology Moderators: Meghan G. Lubner, MD and Benjamin M. Yeh, MD 9:30 AM – 9:45 AM Imaging Assessment Prior to Treatment of HCC Fred T. Lee, Jr., MD9:45 AM – 10:00 AM Quantitative Measures of Hepatic Tumor Response Frank H. Miller, MD10:00 AM – 10:15 AM IR vs. Surgery for RCC: Imaging Parameters for Decision Making Debra A. Gervais, MD10:15 AM – 10:30 AM Imaging Surveillance Following Treatment of RCC Erick M. Remer, MD10:30 AM – 10:45 AM Complications of Cancer Therapy Priya R. Bhosale, MDPlenary Session - Abdominal Radiology Best Practices II: Transplantation Moderator: Jay P. Heiken, MD10:45 AM – 11:00 AM Comprehensive Imaging Assessment of the Candidate for Hepatic Surgery Hero K. Hussain, MD11:00 AM – 11:15 AM LI-RADS and UNOS Claude B. Sirlin, MD11:15 AM – 11:30 AM Post-operative Complications Following Hepatic Transplantation Mitchell E. Tublin, MD11:30 AM – 11:45 AM Post-operative Complications Following Renal Transplantation Mark E. Lockhart, MD, MPH11:45 AM – 12:00 PM Long-term Sequela of Transplantation Stefanie Weinstein, MD12:00 PM – 12:15 PM Question and Answer Session Essentials: Adrenal Imaging, Male and Female Pelvis Essentials: Solid Organ Imaging CT Colonography Ultrasound* SPECIAL GUEST LECTURERS SAR Cannon Lecturer SAR New Horizons Lecturer Diane Simeone, MD Philip Kantoff, MD University of Michigan Hospital Harvard Medical School Ann Arbor, Michigan Boston, Massachusetts ASAR Lecturer ESGAR Lecturer ESUR Lecturer Byung Ihn Choi, MD Regina G.H. Beets-Tan, MD, PhD Michel Claudon, MD Seoul National University Hospital Maastricht University Medical Center University of Nancy Seoul, Korea Maastricht, The Netherlands Vandoeuvre, France 13
  16. 16. FACULTY Lejla Aganovic, MD Travis Browning, MD Pieter De Visschere, MD Debra A. Gervais, MD Tracy A. Jaffe, MD San Diego, California Dallas, Texas Ghent, Belgium Boston, Massachusetts Durham, North Carolina Mahmoud Al-Hawary, MD David H. Bruining, MD Sandeep P. Deshmukh, MD Marijo A. Gillen, MD, PhD S. Zafar Jafri, MD, FACR Ann Arbor, Michigan Rochester, Minnesota Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Sacramento, California Royal Oak, Michigan Brian C. Allen, MD Cheri L. Canon, MD Manjiri Dighe, MD Richard M. Gore, MD Marcia C. Javitt, MD Winston-Salem, North Carolina Birmingham, Alabama Seattle, Washington Evanston, Illinois Chevy Chase, Maryland Marco A. Amendola, MD Elaine M. Caoili, MD Jonathan R. Dillman, MD David Grand, MD Kartik S. Jhaveri, MD Coral Gables, Florida Ann Arbor, Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan Providence, Rhode Island Toronto, Ontario, Canada Sudha Anupindi, MD Laura R. Carucci, MD Gerald D. Dodd, MD Gretchen E. Green, MD C. Daniel Johnson, MD Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Midlothian, Virginia Aurora, Colorado Greensboro, North Carolina Scottsdale, Arizona Hina Arif-Tiwari, MD David D. Casalino, MD Theodore J. Dubinsky, MD Joel A. Gross, MD Bobby Kalb, MD Tucson, Arizona Chicago, Illinois Seattle, Washington Seattle, Washington Tucson, Arizona Rizwan Aslam, MD Melanie Caserta, MD N. Reed Dunnick, MD Gianfranco Gualdi, MD Aya Kamaya, MD San Francisco, California Winston-Salem, North Carolina Ann Arbor, Michigan Rome, Italy Stanford, California Mark E. Baker, MD Giovanna Casola, MD Raymond B. Dyer, MD Alexander R. Guimaraes, MD, PhD Avinash R. Kambadakone, Cleveland, Ohio San Diego, California Winston-Salem, North Carolina Boston, Massachusetts MD, DNB, FRCR Boston, Massachusetts Aparna Balachandran, MD Fiona Cassidy, MD Steven C. Eberhardt, MD Rajan T. Gupta, MD Houston, Texas San Diego, California Albuquerque, New Mexico Durham, North Carolina Nalini Kanth, MD East Meadow, New York Jelle O. Barentsz, MD Hersh Chandarana, MD Robert R. Edelman, MD Peter F. Hahn, MD, PhD Nijmegen, The Netherlands New York, New York Evanston, Illinois Boston, Massachusetts Philip Kantoff, MD Boston, Massachusetts Carol E. Barnewolt, MD Kevin J. Chang, MD James H. Ellis, MD Amy K. Hara, MD Boston, Massachusetts Providence, Rhode Island Ann Arbor, Michigan Scottsdale, Arizona Timothy Kasprzak, MD Cleveland, Ohio Richard L. Baron, MD Victoria Chernyak, MD Khaled M. Elsayes, MD Mukesh Harisinghani, MD Chicago, Illinois Bronx, New York Houston, Texas Boston, Massachusetts Venkat Katabathina, MD San Antonio, Texas Klemens H. Barth, MD David D. Childs, MD Michael P. Federle, MD Jay P. Heiken, MD Bethesda, Maryland Winston-Salem, North Carolina Stanford, California St. Louis, Missouri Harmeet Kaur, MD Houston, Texas Ahmed Ba-Ssalamah, MD Kedar N. Chintapalli, MD Jeff L. Fidler, MD Marta E. Heilbrun, MD Vienna, Austria San Antonio, Texas Rochester, Minnesota Salt Lake City, Utah Chan Kyo Kim, MD Seoul, Korea William C. Baughman, MD Byung Ihn Choi, MD Joel G. Fletcher, MD Matthew T. Heller, MD Cleveland, Ohio Seoul, Korea Rochester, Minnesota Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania David H. Kim, MD Madison, Wisconsin Deborah A. Baumgarten, Shailendra Chopra, MD Milana Flusberg, MD Susan Hilton, MD MD, MPH, FACR Lexington, Kentucky Bronx, New York Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Jung H. Kim, MD Atlanta, Georgia Seoul, Korea Peter L. Choyke, MD Isaac R. Francis, MD Nicole Hindman, MD Regina G. H. Beets-Tan, MD, PhD Bethesda, Maryland Ann Arbor, Michigan New York, New York Seung H. Kim, MD Maastricht, The Netherlands Seoul, Korea Richard L. Clark, MD Patrick C. Freeny, MD, FACR J. Louis Hinshaw, MD Genevieve L. Bennett, MD Chapel Hill, North Carolina Seattle, Washington Madison, Wisconsin Bernard F. King, MD New York, New York Rochester, Minnesota Michel Claudon, MD Arnold C. Friedman, MD, FACR Keyanoosh Hosseinzadeh, MD Robert Berkenblit, MD Vandoeuvre, France Fresno, California Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Anish Kirpalani, MD Briarcliff, New York Toronto, Ontario, Canada Fergus V. Coakley, MD Jurgen J. Fütterer, MD, PhD David M. Hough, MD Michael A. Bettmann, MD Portland, Oregon Nijmegen, The Netherlands Rochester, Minnesota Steven J. Kraus, MD Winston-Salem, North Carolina Cincinnati, Ohio Errol Colak, MD Namita S. Gandhi, MD Henkjan Huisman, PhD Priya R. Bhosale, MD Toronto, Ontario, Canada Cleveland, Ohio Nijmegen, The Netherlands Jonathan B. Kruskal, MD, PhD Houston, Texas Boston, Massachusetts Peter L. Cooperberg, MD Dhakshinamoorthy Ganeshan, MD Peter E. Humphrey, MD Kristen Bishop, MD Vancouver, Britsh Columbia, Canada Houston, Texas Albuquerque, New Mexico Sanja Kupesic, MD Dallas, Texas El Paso, Texas John J. Cronan, MD Spencer B. Gay, MD James E. Huprich, MD Giles W. Boland, MD Providence, Rhode Island Charlottesville, Virginia Rochester, Minnesota A. Nicholas Kurup, MD Boston, Massachusetts Rochester, Minnesota Nancy S. Curry, MD, FACR R. Kristina Gedgaudas- Hero K. Hussain, MD John J. Borsa, MD, FRCPC Charleston, South Carolina McClees, MD Ann Arbor, Michigan Chandana Lall, MD Kansas City, Missouri Atlanta, Georgia Orange, California Matthew S. Davenport, MD Alexander Ivanovic, MD Michele A. Brown, MD Ann Arbor, Michigan Michael Gee, MD, PhD Belgrade, Serbia Ramit Lamba, MD San Diego, California Boston, Massachusetts Davis, California14
  17. 17. FACULTYOtt Le, MD Jeffrey H. Newhouse, MD Pablo R. Ros, MD, MPH William Small, MD, PhD Zhen Jane Wang, MDHouston, Texas New York, New York Cleveland, Ohio Atlanta, Georgia San Francisco, CaliforniaRichard Leder, MD Paul Nikolaidis, MD Andrew Rosenkrantz, MD Farnoosh Sokhandon, MD Valerie L. Ward, MD, MPHDurham, North Carolina Chicago, Illinois New York, New York Bloomfield Hills, Michigan Boston, MassachsettsSusanna I. Lee, MD, PhD Sara O’Hara, MD Alla M. Rozenblit, MD F. Graham Sommer, MD Emily Webb, MDBoston, Massachusetts Cincinnati, Ohio Bronx, New York Stanford, California San Francisco, CaliforniaFred T. Lee, Jr., MD Vijayanadh Ojili, MD Deborah Rubens, MD Jorge A. Soto, MD Therese M. Weber, MDMadison, Wisconsin San Antonio, Texas Rochester, New York Boston, Massachusetts Birmingham, AlabamaMarc S. Levine, MD Eric W. Olcott, MD Cheryl A. Sadow, MD John G. Strang, MD Stefanie Weinstein, MDPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania Stanford, California Boston, Massachusetts Rochester, New York San Francisco, CaliforniaAnna S. Lev-Toaff, MD Bart Op de Beeck, MD Elizabeth A. Sadowski, MD Abhijit Sunnapwar, MD Stan Weiss, MDPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania Antwerp, Belgium Madison, Wisconsin San Antonio, Texas Syracuse, New YorkJohn R. Leyendecker, MD Harpreet K. Pannu, MD Dushyant V. Sahani, MD Venkateswar R. Surabhi, MD Antonio C. A. Westphalen, MDWinston-Salem, North Carolina New York, New York Boston, Massachusetts Houston, Texas San Francisco, CaliforniaPeter Liu, MD Nicholas Papanicolaou, MD V. Anik Sahni, MD Myles Taffel, MD Geoffrey Wile, MDAnn Arbor, Michigan Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Boston, Massachusetts Washington, DC Nashville, TennesseeMark E. Lockhart, MD, MPH Rosaleen Parsons, MD, FACR Evis Sala, MD, PhD Eric P. Tamm, MD Ellen L. Wolf, MDBirmingham, Alabama Philadelphia, Pennsylvania New York, New York Houston, Texas Bronx, New YorkMeghan G. Lubner, MD Raj Mohan Paspulati, MD Kumaresan Sandrasegaran, MD Bachir Taouli, MD Darcy Wolfman, MDMadison, Wisconsin Cleveland, Ohio Indianapolis, Indiana New York, New York Washington, DCWeining Ma, MD Maitray D. Patel, MD Rupan Sanyal, MD Ruedi F. Thoeni, MD Jade J. Wong-You-Cheong, MB ChBNew York, New York Phoenix, Arizona Birmingham, Alabama San Francisco, California Baltimore, MarylandSoroosh Mahboubi, MD, FACR Erik K. Paulson, MD Grant Schmitt, MD John V. Thomas, MD, MRCP Vahid Yaghmai, MDPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania Houston, Texas Rochester, Minnesota Birmingham, Alabama Chicago, IllinoisLorenzo Mannelli, MD, PhD David M. Paushter, MD Francis J. Scholz, MD William M. Thompson, MD Derya Yakar, MD, PhDSeattle, Washington Chicago, Illinois Burlington, Massachusetts Albuquerque, New Mexico Nijmegen, The NetherlandsGabriele Masselli, MD Perry J. Pickhardt, MD Arthur J. Segal, MD, FACR Jaime Tisnado, MD, FACR Judy Yee, MDRome, Italy Madison, Wisconsin Rochester, New York Richmond, Virginia San Francisco, CaliforniaWilliam W. Mayo-Smith, MD Joel F. Platt, MD Wael M. Shabana, MD, PhD William E. Torres, MD Benjamin M. Yeh, MDProvidence, Rhode Island Ann Arbor, Michigan Ottawa, Ontario, Canada Atlanta, Georgia San Francisco, CaliforniaJohn P. McGahan, MD Branko Plavsic, MD Shetal N. Shah, MD Mitchell E. Tublin, MD Jinxing Yu, MDSacramento, California El Paso, Texas Cleveland, Ohio Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Richmond, VirginiaAlec J. Megibow, MD Daniel Podberesky, MD Alampady K. Shanbhogue, MD Mary Ann Turner, MD, FACR Ronald J. Zagoria, MDNew York, New York Cincinnati, Ohio San Antonio, Texas Richmond, Virginia Winston-Salem, North CarolinaFrank H. Miller, MD Liina Poder, MD Sheila Sheth, MD Raul N. Uppot, MD Michael E. Zalis, MDChicago, Illinois San Francisco, California Baltimore, Maryland Boston, Massachusetts Boston, MassachusettsPardeep Mittal, MD Myron A. Pozniak, MD Lewis K. Shin, MD Aart J. van der Molen, MD Patrik Zámecnik, MDAtlanta, Georgia Madison, Wisconsin Stanford, California Leiden, The Netherlands Nijmegen, The NetherlandsDesiree E. Morgan, MD Srinivasa R. Prasad, MD Ali Shirkhoda, MD H. Alberto Vargas, MD Robert K. Zeman, MDBirmingham, Alabama Houston, Texas Long Beach, California New York, New York Potomac, MarylandKoenraad J. Mortele, MD Jeffrey Pruitt, MD Paul Shyn, MD Sadhna Verma, MDBoston, Massachusetts Dallas, Texas Boston, Massachusetts Cincinnati, OhioMariam Moshiri, MD Aliya Qayyum, MB BS Alvin C. Silva, MD Raghu Vikram, MDSeattle, Washington San Francisco, California Scottsdale, Arizona Houston, TexasJeffrey Mottola, MD Steven S. Raman, MD Stuart G. Silverman, MD Chitra Viswanathan, MDWinnipeg, Manitoba, Canada Santa Monica, California Boston, Massachusetts Houston, TexasPeter R. Mueller, MD Erick M. Remer, MD Diane Simeone, MD Nicolaus Wagner-Bartak, MDBoston, Massachusetts Beachwood, Ohio Ann Arbor, Michigan Houston, TexasDavid Naeger, MD Stefania Romano, MD Claude B. Sirlin, MD Carolyn L. Wang, MDSan Francisco, California Naples, Italy San Diego, California Seattle, Washington 15
  18. 18. SPECIAL ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Howard M. Pollack Medalist Walter B. Cannon Medalist Richard Clark, MD Richard L. Baron, MD University of North Carolina School of Medicine University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine Chapel Hill, North Carolina Chicago, Illinois GI Lifetime Achievement Awardee GU Lifetime Achievement Awardee Ali Shirkhoda, MD, FACR Suresh K. Patel, MD Oakland University Northwestern Memorial Hospital Beaumont Health System Chicago, Illinois Royal Oak, Michigan SAR Officers 2012–2013 President President-Elect Secretary-Treasurer First Director-in-Succession Stuart G. Silverman, MD Alec J. Megibow, MD Deborah A. Baumgarten, MD Judy Yee, MD Brigham and Women’s Hospital NYUMC Radiology Emory University Hospital University of California Boston, Massachusetts New York, New York Atlanta, Georgia San Francisco VA Medical Center San Francisco, California Second Director-in-Succession Past President –SGR Past President –SUR William W. Mayo-Smith, MD C. Daniel Johnson, MD Ronald J. Zagoria, MD Executive Director Rhode Island Hospital Mayo Clinic Wake Forest University Lynne K. Tiras, CMP Providence, Rhode Island Scottsdale, Arizona Baptist Medical Center International Meeting Managers, Inc. Winston-Salem, North Carolina Houston, Texas SAR 2013 Annual Meeting Council Educational Program Committee AD Hoc Scientific and Education Council Advisory Board Alec J. Megibow, MD (Chair) Giles W. Boland, MD Jeff L. Fidler, MD Giovanna Casola, MD Marcia C. Javitt, MD Bernard F. King, MD Susanna I. Lee, MD Jonathan B. Kruskal, MD Desiree E. Morgan, MD Mitchell E. Tublin, MD William W. Olmsted, MD Erick M. Remer, MD Virtual Colonoscopy Hands-On Workstation Training Coordinator Stuart G. Silverman, MD Judy Yee, MD Jorge A. Soto, MD Bachir Taouli, MD Small Bowel Hands-On Workstation Mitchell E. Tublin, MD Training Coordinator Jeff L. Fidler, MD Scientific Program Committee Prostate MRI Hands-On Workshop Coordinators William W. Mayo-Smith, MD (Chair) Jelle O. Barentsz, MD and Jurgen J. Fütterer, MD Mukesh Harisinghani, MD (GU Coordinator) David H. Kim, MD (GI Coordinator) In-Camera Session Coordinator Lejla Aganovic, MD Cheri L. Canon, MD Tracy A. Jaffe, MD Unknown Case Panel Coordinators Antonio C. A. Westphalen, MD Desiree E. Morgan, MD and Joel F. Platt, MD Vahid Yaghmai, MD Case of the Day Coordinators S. Zafar Jafri, MD and Ali Shirkhoda, MD16
  19. 19. REGISTRATION Registration Information Fees On or Before December 16, 2012 After December 16, 2012 On-Site* SAR Society Members $495 $550 $595 ASAR/ESGAR/ESUR Society Members $495 $550 $595 Physicians (Non-Members) $950 $995 $1,050 Residents, Fellows, Technologists $450 $500 $550 Medical Students $100 $150 $200 Virtual Colonoscopy Hands-On Workstation Training $1,200 $1,250 $1,300 (limited registration) Small Bowel Hands-On Workstation Training $395 $425 $450 (limited registration) Prostate MRI Hands-On Workshop $150 $175 $200 (limited registration) Self Assessment Modules (SAMs) $35 $35 $35 Register online at www.abdominalradiology.orgA hardcopy registration form is available on the Society website as well. Please note that there is an additional fee of $20 if you registerby mail or fax. Save time and the extra fee by registering online!*Online registration will close Sunday, February 10, 2013. After this date, attendees must register on-site and pay on-site registration fees.Verification of Resident, Fellow, Technologist, or Student status must accompany registration. Fees must be in U.S. Dollars only, drawn ona U.S. Bank. Please make your checks payable to Abdominal Radiology Course. American Express, Visa, MasterCard and JCB are alsoaccepted. A $100 administrative fee will be retained if you cancel your registration for any reason. In order to receive a refund of thebalance, we must receive written notice at least one week before the course begins; thereafter, no refunds will be made.If you do not receive confirmation of your registration within two weeks of registering, please contact the Meeting Management office byphone at 713-965-0566 or e-mail at ARC@meetingmanagers.com.Registration fees include tuition, syllabus, continental breakfasts, and breaks for meeting participants as well as a welcome reception andawards ceremony reception for meeting participants and their guests.Please note that the ARC 2013 syllabus will be electronic. If you would like to access the slides during the course, we suggest you bringyour own laptop computer. Complimentary wireless internet access will be available in the meeting space to all meeting participants.PROGRAM CONTACTJessica Whalen, CMP, Director of Meetings and EventsInternational Meeting Managers, Inc.4550 Post Oak Place, Suite 342, Houston, TX 77027713-965-0566 Phone 713-960-0488 FaxARC@meetingmanagers.com If you have any special needs, please contact International Meeting Managers in writing at the above address. 17
  20. 20. SOCIAL ACTIVITIES ARC GUEST CONTINENTAL ARC 2013 ROAD RUNNERS BREAKFAST Nancy S. Curry, MD, Coordinator Monday, February 25 Monday – Friday 7:30 – 9:00 am 6:00 am, 1:30 pm and 4:30 pm Humuhumu Restaurant, Meet in the hotel lobby The Grand Wailea Resort Join fellow meeting participants $34.95 per person and guests as we witness the beauty of Maui first hand. The ARC Join fellow guests of ARC registrants for a continental breakfast 2013 Road Runners welcome participants of all ages and featuring fresh fruit, breakfast pastries and assorted morning beverages. abilities. For more information, please visit the ARC registration This is a great time to meet new people and plan your week of exciting desk on-site. family fun! Cancellations received prior to January 23, 2013 are fully refundable; thereafter, no refunds will be made. THE GRAND WAILEA KIDS CAMP – CAMP GRANDE GOLF TOURNAMENT This 20,000 square foot mini-resort Jorge A. Soto, MD, Coordinator features an amazing array of family Monday, February 25 activities and children’s programs. Consecutive Tee Times Starting at: 12:29 pm There are daily workshops for $215 per person children; both Day Camp and Night Club Rental: $62.50 Camp are available for children Shoe Rental: $20.83 5 –12 years of age. Cultural and instructional workshops are Among the world’s great golf destinations, few shine as brightly as available for the whole family on a variety of topics including: Wailea. Wailea Golf Resort on the magical island of Maui is renowned Hula, Orchid Leis, Puka Shell Necklaces, Hawaiian Tiles, and for its ideal golf weather—typically sunny with gentle breezes. The Tie Dye T-Shirts. ARC participants will receive a 10% discount Wailea Golf Resort is rated among the best golf courses in the country on Camp Grande Children Programs. To inquire about Camp by both Golf Magazine and Golf Digest for the quality of its courses, Grande or to book reservations, please call 1-800-888-6100. accommodations, amenities and legendary spirit of aloha. Join fellow ARC registrants as we experience the Wailea Golf Club, whose CAMP GRANDE VIDEO championship Gold, Emerald and Blue courses boast breathtaking ARCADE ESCAPADES ocean views from every hole and dozens of prestigious awards. The Camp Grande Video Arcade, Play Station Room, Ping Pong table, The tournament will be held on the Wailea Gold Course —“Wailea’s Air Hockey table, and South Shore Rugged Beauty,” designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr. This award-winning Break are open from 9 am – 4 pm course features a rugged, natural design and is perfect for those and 5 – 9 pm. Parental supervision players seeking a fair but challenging golf experience. is required for children under 13 This year, consecutive tee times will be arranged at the Wailea Golf Club years of age. for those interested in golfing with fellow meeting participants. Tee times will range from 12:29 pm to 1:50 pm. Participants will be contacted prior TEEN LOUNGE: THE SPOT to the tournament regarding tee time assignments. Tee times are limited to The Spot is a 10,000 square the first 40 registrants. Cancellations received prior to January 23, 2013 foot complimentary teenage are fully refundable; thereafter, no refunds will be made. paradise for those aged 13–17. It has a karaoke lounge, an XBOX GRAND WAILEA FISHPIPE 360 Kinect, two PlayStation 2 The Fishpipe is the world’s first Rotating Barrel videogame consoles, an array of Ride! It is open 10 am–5 pm daily and 5–8 video games, as well as a sports pm on Tuesdays and Fridays. It is available lounge. The Spot also has a room where teens can enjoy for those ages four and up and is safe for up music, dance, play pool, air hockey, and board games, and to three riders to slip and slide together with a purchase snacks of all kinds. top speed of 11 feet per second.18
  21. 21. HOTEL INFORMATIONHOTEL INFORMATIONThe Grand Wailea Resort3850 Wailea Alanui • Wailea, Maui, Hawaii 967531-800-888-6100 PhoneThe Grand Wailea Resort is the perfect destination for a fabulous Hawaii experience. Situated on 40 meticulouslylandscaped acres, the hotel accommodations open onto Maui’s beautiful Wailea Beach, voted one of the bestbeaches in America.Enjoy elegant accommodations, indulgent spa treatments, fine dining, and thrilling recreation at this world-class re- Courtesy of the Grand Wailea Resort Hotelsort. At the Grand Wailea Resort you will have the opportunity to experience the best Maui has to offer — whetheryou are looking for relaxation or adventure.Special room rates have been negotiated for participants in the Abdominal Radiology Courseas indicated below:Guest Rooms:Terrace Room $285Deluxe Garden Room $310Partial Ocean View Room $370Deluxe Ocean View Room $405All rates are for single or double occupancy. There is a $50 per person/per night charge for more than 2 people Courtesy of the Grand Waileain any room, with a maximum of 4 people in a room.* The room rates listed above do not include porterage and Resort Hotelhousekeeping gratuity charges or applicable Hawaiian state and hotel accommodations tax which is currently13.4167% per night. Porterage gratuity charges are $10 per person, round trip, and daily housekeeping gratu-ity charges are $3 per room and/or $6 per suite plus 4.166% state tax. Please call for additional suite rates andavailability. To view descriptions of the various room categories, please visit www.grandwailea.com.The daily resort fee has been waived and a 10% discount on Camp Grande Children’s Programs, discountedvalet parking of $12 per day, complimentary fitness center access and complimentary wireless high speed internetaccess have also been negotiated for ARC attendees.Reservations may be made conveniently online by following the link provided on the Society’s websiteat www.abdominalradiology.org. You may also make your reservations by phone at 1-800-888-6100. Ifcalling, please mention that you will be attending the Abdominal Radiology Course in February of 2013at the Grand Wailea Resort. Courtesy of the Grand Wailea Resort HotelThe deadline for the group room block is January 23, 2013. Reservations received after this date are guaranteedat the group rate, however, they will be confirmed based upon availability. It is possible that hotel rooms and/or specific categories may sell out prior to January 23; therefore it is strongly recommended that you make yourreservation as early as possible. Room rates are available three days prior and following actual meeting dates,subject to availability.*Children 17 years or under may occupy the same room as their parents at no additional charge. The hotel willalso provide one rollaway bed or sofa bed per room for children 17 years or under, at no charge, if required.A two night room and tax deposit will be required to book your accommodations. Full refunds will be issued ifguestroom reservations are cancelled fourteen (14) days or more prior to the scheduled arrival date.Check-in time is after 3:00 pm. Check-out time is 12:00 noon.Alternate AccommodationsPlease contact International Meeting Managers for information on alternative accommodationsat 713-965-0566 or ARC@meetingmanagers.com. 19

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