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  • 1. 2 BODY, BRAIN AND BREAST IMAGING OCTOBER 27 – NOVEMBER 1, 2013 / Wailea, Maui The objective of this five-day course is to update the clinical radiologist in the use of CT, MRI, US and PET in the imaging of the abdominal, thoracic and neurological systems of the adult and pediatric patient. The course will focus on simple methods for improved scanning and image quality, as well as updated guidelines and protocols in clinical settings. Recognition of potential pitfalls for misinterpretation of radiological findings will be discussed, as well as pointers for report clarification and diagnostic accuracy. Earn SAM Credit An opportunity for completion of a Self-Assessment Module (SAM) will be offered. “Benign and Malignant Disease of the Uterus, Endometrium and Cervix” has been approved by the American Board of Radiology for 1 SAM credit and for meeting the criteria for self-assessment toward the purpose of fulfilling requirements in the ABR Maintenance of Certification program. As of January 1, 2013, updated MOC Part 2 requirements: 75 CME credits every three years, at least 25 of which must be self-assessment activities (SA-CME, which includes SAMs). For further information: www.theabr.org. At the completion of this course, the attendee should be able to: 1. Recognize critical acute neuro findings with CT and MRI; 2. Manage patients with acute aortic syndromes and common cardiovascular anomalies; 3. Apply current consensus on pulmonary nodules, lung cancer and pulmonary embolism; 4. Improve image-based screening and follow-up of patients with liver disease; 5. Understand the appearance of common malignancies in the abdomen and pelvis; 6. Efficiently evaluate and triage women with vaginal bleeding and ovarian masses; 7. Manage key pediatric issues including non-accidental trauma; 8. Understand and utilize BI-RADS appropriately; 9. Develop a practical approach for the complementary use of mammography, breast ultrasound and MRI; 10. Optimize the use of PET/CT for evaluation of thoracoabdominal malignancies, recognize artifacts and avoid common pitfalls. Activity Pool Grand Wailea Resort
  • 2. 3 UCSF Faculty Michael D. Hope, MD Course Director Assistant Professor of Radiology Spencer C. Behr, MD Assistant Professor of Clinical Radiology Jesse Courtier, MD Assistant Professor of Clinical Radiology William P. Dillon, MD Executive Vice-Chair and Professor of Radiology Chief, Neuroradiology Elizabeth Guillaumin Professor of Radiology, Neurology and Neurosurgery Liina Poder, MD Associate Professor of Clinical Radiology Elissa R. Price, MD Assistant Professor of Radiology Registration (form is on page 9) Pre-registration is encouraged to ensure your space in this course. Pre-register by August 30, 2013 and save $75 on your enrollment fee. TUITION $1050 for practicing physicians; $1000 UCSF Radiology Alumni/Active Military; $900 for fellows, residents, sonographers and nurses (with a letter of verification) ON-SITE REGISTRATION Sunday, October 27, 2013 at 6:45 am The Grand Wailea - 3850 Wailea Alanui Drive, Wailea, Maui We are generally able to accommodate on-site registration at our courses, but some do reach capacity. To inquire about registration status, please call the UCSF CME Registration Office at 415–476–5808. SYLLABUS An electronic syllabus and paper notebook will be provided onsite. Printable PDFs of presentations will be available online one week prior to the course, so attendees can print out and bring pertinent presentations with them. You must provide an email address with your registration to receive advance syllabus information. Paper copies of presentations will not be provided onsite.
  • 3. 4 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2013 6:45 am Registration and Continental Breakfast 7:15 Revisiting Pulmonary Embolism Michael D. Hope, MD 8:00 Stroke Imaging: Update William P. Dillon, MD 8:45 Pediatric Acute Abdomen: How to Avoid Common Mistakes Jesse Courtier, MD 9:30 Recess 9:45 Acute Aortic Syndromes Michael D. Hope, MD 10:30 Aneurysms and Vascular Malformations William P. Dillon, MD 11:15 The Latest on Non-Accidental Trauma: What Not To Miss Jesse Courtier, MD 12:00 pm Questions and Discussion 12:15 Adjourn MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2013 6:45 am Continental Breakfast 7:15 Mammographic Manifestations of Breast Cancer Elissa R. Price, MD 8:00 MRI in Pregnancy Liina Poder, MD 8:45 The Adolescent Girl with Abdominal Pain: Great Mimickers Jesse Courtier, MD 9:30 Recess 9:45 An Organized Approach to Diagnostic Mammography Elissa R. Price, MD 10:30 Pelvic Emergencies Liina Poder, MD 11:15 Pediatric Scrotal Ultrasound: What Not to Miss Jesse Courtier, MD 12:00 pm Questions and Discussion 12:15 Adjourn ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ Accreditation The University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine (UCSF) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. UCSF designates this live activity for a maximum of 23.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. The total credits are inclusive of 9.5 in CT, 6.75 in MRI, 3.25 in Ultrasound, 1.5 in PET, and 3.75 in Breast Imaging (inclusive of 1.75 in breast MRI and 0.5 in breast US). This educational activity meets the requirement under California State Assembly Bill 1195, continuing education and cultural and linguistic competency. Physician Assistants The National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA) states that AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ are acceptable for continuing medical education requirements for recertification. Sonographers This program is approved for AMA-CMA credit and may be accepted toward meeting the continuing education requirements of the Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers. This product (service) is not affiliated with or endorsed by ARDMS. SUNnsnsSUNSUN oid Common Mistakesd Common Mistakes_______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ ________________________________________________ MONMON nal Pain: Great MimickersPain: Great Mimickers ostic Mammographystic Mammography ____________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________ OctoberMauiCourseProgram
  • 4. 5 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2013 6:45 am Continental Breakfast 7:15 Diagnosis and Therapy of Neck and Back Pain William P. Dillon, MD 8:00 Suspected Lung Cancer and Screening Michael D. Hope, MD 8:45 Non-vascular Imaging of the Neck and Biopsy Tips Liina Poder, MD 9:30 Recess 9:45 Head & Neck: Lesions of Interest William P. Dillon, MD 10:30 Navigating HRCT Michael D. Hope, MD 11:15 PET/CT: Pearls and Pitfalls Spencer C. Behr, MD 12:00 pm Questions and Discussion 12:15 Adjourn WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2013 No Formal Program THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 2013 6:45 am Continental Breakfast 7:15 Breast MRI: Indications and Interpretation Elissa R. Price, MD 8:00 PET/CT of Common Malignancies Spencer C. Behr, MD 8:45 MRI-Guided Breast Biopsy: Fundamentals and Finer Points Elissa R. Price, MD 9:30 Recess 9:45 CT/MR Imaging of Hepatic Masses Spencer C. Behr, MD 10:30 CNS Infections William P. Dillon, MD 11:15 Instructive Cases in Breast Imaging Elissa R. Price, MD 12:00 pm Questions and Discussion 12:15 Adjourn FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2013 6:45 am Continental Breakfast 7:15 Benign and Malignant Ob/Gyn Disease - Part 1 Liina Poder, MD 7:55 Benign and Malignant Ob/Gyn Disease - Part 2 Liina Poder, MD 8:35 Quiz and Answers Liina Poder, MD 8:45 Practical Approach to Imaging the Child with Limp Jesse Courtier, MD 9:30 Recess 9:45 CT/MR Imaging of Adrenal Lesions Spencer C. Behr, MD 10:30 Cardiac CT/MR: Top Diagnoses for the General Radiologist Michael D. Hope, MD 11:15 Questions and Discussion 11:30 Adjourn ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ S A M FRILimpimp ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ THR als and Finer Pointsals and Finer Points________________________________________ ________________________________________ _________________________________________ TUETUETUE opsy Tipsopsy Tips_________________________________________ _______________________________________ _____________________________________
  • 5. 6 The Grand Wailea Resort & Spa A Waldorf Astoria Resort 800–888–6100 or 808–875–1234 3850 Wailea Alanui Drive, Wailea HI 96753 Reservation deadline: Friday, September 27, 2013. Reserve online: www.grandwailea.com using Promo Code: GDIA When making your accommodation decisions, please take into consideration that staying at the host hotel helps UCSF meet its contractual obligations and keep registration fees reasonable. The Grand Wailea has reserved a limited block of rooms at special room rates for this conference. Call the Reservations Department directly and mention that you are attending the UCSF Radiology course to receive the discounted rates. Room rate includes in-room internet. $265 - Gardenview $295 - Ocean View $325 - Deluxe Ocean View Conference rates for reservation requests made after 9/27/13 cannot be guaranteed and will be extended on a space and rate-available basis only. A credit card number is required to guarantee your reservation. Rates exclude state hotel room tax of 13.416% (subject to change). Valet parking is $20 per day (no self-park). Maximum occupancy is 4 persons per room, additional charge of $50 per person for more than two adults (over 17). The daily resort fee has been waived, the daily housekeeping fee is $3 per room. Check-in is 3:00 pm, check-out is 12:00 pm. The rate of two night’s accommodations (plus applicable taxes) will be taken as a deposit at the time of booking. The deposit will be refunded for reservations cancelled at least 14 days prior to scheduled arrival. and will be non-refundable for reservations cancelled less than 14 days. Hibiscus (Adult) Pool Haleakala Silversword Spa Grande
  • 6. 7 The Grand Wailea A Waldorf Astoria Resort Situated on 40 acres fronting spectacular Wailea Beach on the southwest shore of the island of Maui, the Grand Wailea is a lush tropical playground. Features include a large pool with swim-in grotto and 19’ waterfall, a children’s pool with a sandy-beach entry, and whirlpool tubs. POOLS The Wailea Canyon Activity Pool, has nine separate pools, including a “baby beach,” seven waterslides, waterfalls, caves, white water rapids, grottos, whirlpool and sauna, and the world’s first water elevator. The activity pool also contains a Scuba Diving Pool, specially designed for scuba diving lessons. The resort also offers windsurfing and snorkeling instruction. The formal Hibiscus Pool is for adults only. SPA The award-winning Spa Grande is the largest spa in Hawaii. It houses forty treatment rooms, and includes a Roman Tub, saunas, cascading waterfalls, Swiss Jet Showers, a Japanese Furo, and five specialty baths. GOLF & TENNIS The Wailea Golf Club offers three 18- hole championship courses: the Wailea Gold Course, the Wailea Emerald Course, and the Wailea Blue Course. The Resort offers professional-level clubs in both golf and tennis, with instructors, lesson programs and equipment rentals. DINING Humu Humu is a “floating” seafood restaurant, while the Grand Dining Room Maui serves a bountiful breakfast buffet with stunning 180º views of Molokini, Lanai and the West Maui Mountains. Bistro Molokini is an open-air bistro, and the Café Kula is a casual gourmet deli. Alan Wong’s Amasia combines the flavors of Asia, Peru and Spain through the sharing of small plates. SHOPPING The neighboring Shops at Wailea offer guests a unique shopping experience with an assortment of luxury and upscale retailers. The Resort proudly holds a distinctive art collection from international, regional and local artists, and guests can enjoy complimentary guided tours. KIDS & TEENS The Children’s Resort is a special haven for children ages five to twelve. Activities include hikes, nature walks and special workshops, such as Lei Making, Ukulele Lessons and T-Shirt Dyeing. Teens are invited to relax at Spa Grande during Co-ed Teen Spa Night and compete on the movie-theater big-screen at the “X-box® Teen Challenge”. Spa Treatment Room
  • 7. 8 Things To Do on Maui http://www.gohawaii.com/maui Lahaina a popular old whaling town and tourist highlight, host to the outdoor “Hallowen on Front Street” with a children’s parade and costume-watching. Hana Adventure Tour an all-day tour that encompasses the entire island and its highlights. Haleakala Sunrise dress warmly for this breath-taking view from Maui’s “House of the Sun” summit, with optional downhill bike-ride return. Haleakala, Central Maui & Iao Valley discover the treasures of the island’s west coast, including the old whaling town of Lahaina. Maui Helicopter Rides 60 and 30 minute flights over the island’s scenic mountains, valleys and waterfalls. Discovery Molokini Snorkel Cruise at the Molokini reef nature preserve, with a return trip along the Wailea waterfront where seaturtles gather. Maui Ocean Center a family-fun outing with hundreds of exotic tropical species, including manta rays and turtles. It ends with a fish and shark tank - where you walk through a passageway with fish swimming all around you. Ulalena Theater the mythology and history of Maui in a 90-minute presentation of drumming, music and dance. Discover Lana’i Sunrise a laid-back all-day tour of Maui’s neighboring island, including snorkeling, a visit to Lana’i City and a trip to pineapple fields. Atlantis Submarine: Odyssey Adventure an underwater excursion with close-up views of coral reefs and colorful tropical fish. Drums Of The Pacific Luau (at The Hyatt Maui) the complete Aloha experience with spectacular drums, native costumes and polynesian dancing. The Island of Maui Named for the mythical demigod who pulled the island from the sea, Maui was formed by two volcanoes connected by a valley of lava. One eruption broke into a set of crags and canyons known today as the tropical West Maui Mountains. The other, a dormant volcano named Haleakala, is 10,000 feet high and seven miles long, and is one of the most popular tourist attractions on Maui. The eastern seaboard is occupied by the mountainous rainforest region of Hana and Haleakala National Park, home to some of the region’s most beautiful waterfalls and lush scenery. This region includes the winding road to Hana, and the famous tiered Seven Pools. Once the home of Hawaiian royalty, Maui is steeped in history both commercial and rugged, which includes whaling, and pineapple and sugar plantations. Today, that eclectic heritage still exists, adding to the texture of cultures that is modern-day Maui. Gorgeous beaches accommodate any water sport imaginable, and the island’s quaint towns invite exploration and discovery. Stunning resorts now occupy the island’s west coast, along with Lahaina, a hip seaside town and long-ago Polynesian capital.
  • 8. 9 Maui Air Travel UCSF Radiology has negotiated special fares with American, United and Hawaiian Airlines for radiology course attendees to the Maui Airport (code: OGG). Please call the meetings desk or book online using the following codes: Airline Contact Code American www.aa.com /groups 33H3AA 800–433–1790 note: AA discount only routed via LAX United www.united.com ZN8V234613 800–521–4041 ($25 booking fee via phone) Hawaiian 800–367–5320 AMUCSFRPE Book your flight with Hawaiian airlines online at the UCSF Radiology weblink: www.hawaiianair.com/affiliate/affiliate. aspx?affcode=AMUCSFRPE Maui Car Rental 800–654–2240 / CV# 01SY0253 Arrangements have been made with Hertz Car Rental for special rates during this UCSF meeting, as well as one week before and after this meeting, on all of the Hawaiian Islands. Call the Hertz Convention Desk at the number above, and be sure to tell the agent the meeting name and CV number. Hana Waterfall Haleakala Silversword Haleakala Crater photo courtesy Dave Stewart
  • 9. 7 photo courtesy Dave Stewart REGISTRATION BODY, BRAIN AND BREAST IMAGING (RAD14 011) Oct 27 – Nov 1, 2013 / Grand Wailea Resort, Maui 1. Online at www.cme.ucsf.edu 2. Fax to 415–502-1795 3. Phone using Visa, Amex or Mastercard. Call 415−476–5808, 9 am-4 pm (Pacific Time) 4. Mail to UCSF Office of CME, PO Box 45368, San Francisco, CA 94145-0368 Name _______________________________________________________________________________ First Last Degree Address _____________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ Tel ____________________________________ Fax ____________________________________ Area Code Area Code E-mail ______________________________________________________________________________ Would you like to receive general UCSF Radiology CME email notices?  Yes  No. Month/Date of Birth for record verification: _______ / _______ / X X month date COURSE REGISTRATION BY 8/30/13 AFTER 8/30/13 Physician: MD, DO  $ 975  $ 1050 UCSF Rad Alumni / Active Military  $ 925  $ 1000 AHP / RN (with verification)  $ 825  $ 900 Please charge my: Visa Mastercard American Express Card No. ______________________________________________________________________________ Exp. Date __________________________ Signature _____________________________________ Payment may be made by credit card or by check or money order drawn on a U.S. bank in U.S. currency. We regret that we cannot accept checks drawn on foreign banks. Enrollment Confirmation will be mailed to you within two weeks of receipt of the application. Cancellation A refund of the enrollment fee, less $75, will be made upon receipt of a written request only (email or fax) by Friday, October 18, 2013. No refunds will be made after this date. In the unlikely event that the program is cancelled, UCSF Radiology will refund the registration fee in full, but cannot be responsible for any hotel or travel costs. please print