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Cardiovascular & Pulmonary Imaging
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Cardiovascular & Pulmonary Imaging
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  • 1. CARDIOVASCULAR & PULMONARY IMAGING ABDOMINAL & PELVIC IMAGING: CT/MR/US HYATT REGENCY INDIAN WELLS, CA / JAN 27 – FEB 1, 2013 SAN FRANCISCOUNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA BIOMEDICAL IMAGING RADIOLOGY AND
  • 2. CARDIOVASCULAR & PULMONARY IMAGING January 27 – 29, 2013 This course is a comprehensive review of cross-sectional imaging of the chest, covering the pulmonary, vascular and cardiac systems. The course will be useful as a review of thoracic imaging, as well as a guide for radiologists hoping to expand their practice to new areas. It will provide an update on a variety of established clinical applications, but will also touch on newer, cutting-edge technologies such as cardiac CT. A practical approach to these areas of emerging technology will be presented so as to be useful to radiologists from all types of clinical practice. The course will feature focused, 20-minute lectures to allow for the inclusion of more topics and to maximize learning. Earn SAM Credit An opportunity for completion of a Self-Assessment Module will be offered. “HRCT of the Lung” is pending approval 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. SAM credits are required for radiologists certified since 2002. At the completion of this course, the attendee should be able to: 1. Confidently interpret high-resolution CT scans of the lungs and provide focused differential diagnoses; 2. Describe a practical approach to the imaging of lung infections and pleural diseases; 3. Recognize typical manifestations of acute and chronic aortic diseases; 4. Describe the role of cross-sectional imaging in the evaluation of acquired heart diseases; 5. Discriminate benign vs. malignant lung nodules/masses on CT and PET; 6. Understand the role of CT and PET in the evaluation and staging of lung cancer.2
  • 3. ABDOMINAL & PELVIC IMAGING: CT/MR/USJanuary 30 – February 1, 2013The goal of this course is to enhance the interpretation of body imaging studiesand to improve clinical practice, by providing an updated review of state-of-the-artimaging methods and evidence-based practice in CT, MR and US imaging of thegastrointestinal and genitourinary systems. Addtionally, the corresponding ACRguidelines on managing incidental findings in the kidney, adrenal, liver and pancreason CT scans will be discussed.Earn SAM Credit An opportunity for completion of a Self-Assessment Module (SAM)will be offered. “Appendicitis: Imaging Update” is pending approval by the AmericanBoard of Radiology for 1 SAM credit and for meeting the criteria for self-assessmenttoward the purpose of fulfilling requirements in the ABR Maintenance of CertificationProgram. SAM credits are required for radiologists certified since 2002.At the completion of this course, the attendee should be able to:1. Utilize the ACR recommendations for managing incidental findings in the kidney, liver, adrenal gland, and pancreas on CT scans;2. Identify indications for the use of different imaging modalities (CT/MRI/US) for various abdomino-pelvic organs and conditions;3. Apply practical approaches to diagnosing both benign and malignant diseases of the abdomen and pelvis;4. Anticipate potential pitfalls in abdomino-pelvic imaging and interpretation;5. Demonstrate improved ability to assess fetal abnormalities with ultrasound. Cholla CactusEnrollmentPre-registration is encouraged to ensure your space in thesecourses. Pre-register by November 30, 2012 and SAVE $50–100 on your registration fee. Registration form is on page 11.TUITION – BOTH COURSES:$1,095 for practicing physicians$1,045 for UCSF Radiology Alumni / Active Military$ 895 for fellows, residents, allied health providersTUITION – ONE COURSE:$ 610 for practicing physicians$ 560 for UCSF Radiology Alumni / Active Military$ 480 for fellows, residents, allied health providersSYLLABUS Printable PDFs of presentations will be availableonline one week prior to the course, so that attendees can printout and bring pertinent presentations with them. An electronicsyllabus and paper notebook will be provided.You must provide an email address with your registrationto receive advance syllabus information. Paper copies ofpresentations will not be provided onsite. 3
  • 4. CARDIOVASCULAR & PULMONARY IMAGING UCSF Faculty Michael D. Hope, MD Assistant Professor of Radiology Brett M. Elicker, MD David M. Naeger, MD Course Director Assistant Professor of Clinical Radiology Associate Professor of Clinical Radiology W. Richard Webb, MD Chief, Cardiac and Pulmonary Imaging Professor Emeritus of RadiologyCOURSE PROGRAMSUNDAY, JANUARY 27, 2013 7:00 am Registration and Continental Breakfast 7:25 Welcome and Introduction Brett M. Elicker, MDHigh-resolution CT of the Lung 7:30 General Approach to HRCT and Normal Anatomy W. Richard Webb, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 7:50 Ground Glass Opacity and Consolidation W. Richard Webb, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 8:10 HRCT of Nodular Lung Disease W. Richard Webb, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 8:30 Approach to Lung Fibrosis W. Richard Webb, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 8:50 Pattern Based Approach to Small Airways Disease W. Richard Webb, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 9:10 SAM Questions and Review: HRCT of the Lung Brett M. Elicker, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 9:55 RecessLung and Pleura 10:10 Chest X-rays: Pearls, Pitfalls and Things You Should Never Miss SUN Brett M. Elicker, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 10:30 Commonly Missed Diagnoses on Chest CT Brett M. Elicker, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 10:50 CT of the Pleura: Anatomy and W. Richard Webb, MD Characterization of Effusions____________________________________________________________________________________ 11:10 CT of the Pleura: Infections and Neoplasms W. Richard Webb, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 11:30 Pattern-Based Approach to Lung Infections W. Richard Webb, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 12:15 pm Questions and Discussion____________________________________________________________________________________ 12:30 AdjournMONDAY, JANUARY 28, 2013 7:00 am Continental BreakfastVascular Diseases of the Thorax 7:30 Pulmonary Embolism: Imaging Controversies Brett M. Elicker, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 7:50 Pulmonary Embolism: Pitfalls ______________ __ __ _ Brett M. Elicker, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ ______________ ______ ___ ______ 8:10 8:50 9:10 Imaging of the Aorta CT of Acute Aortic Syndromes MON MON O _______ ______________ Michael D. Hope, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 8:30 _____________________ _ __ __ ______ _ ________ _____ ______ Michael D. Hope, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ ________ _________ __ __ _____ Role of MRI in the Evaluation of the Aorta Post-operative Aorta: What the Surgeon Wants to Know Michael D. Hope, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ Michael D. Hope, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 9:55 Recess4
  • 5. MONDAY, JANUARY 28, 2013 (con’t.)Cardiac Imaging 10:10 Cardiac Findings on Routine Chest CT Brett M. Elicker, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 10:30 Intro to Coronary CTA: Technique and Atherosclerosis Michael D. Hope, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 10:50 Intro to Coronary CTA: Grafts, Stents and Michael D. Hope, MD 11:10 11:30 Anomalous Coronaries Cardiac MRI: Top Diagnoses MON MON O____________________________________________________________________________________ _____ _ ________ _ __ ________ __ _______ ____________ Cardiac CT: Beyond the Coronary Arteries ________________ Brett M. Elicker, MD ________ ___________ ______________ _______ __ _______________________________________________________________________________________ Michael D. Hope, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 12:15 pm Questions and Discussion____________________________________________________________________________________ 12:30 AdjournTUESDAY, JANUARY 29, 2013 7:00 am Continental BreakfastBenign / Malignant Tumors of the Thorax 7:30 Role of CT in the Assessment of Pulmonary Nodules Brett M. Elicker, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 7:50 Non-Tumorous Lung Nodules and Masses Brett M. Elicker, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 8:10 PET of Lung Nodules and Masses David M. Naeger, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 8:30 Inflammatory Lesions on PET: It’s Not a Tumor David M. Naeger, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 8:50 What to do with Incidental Findings on CT and PET David M. Naeger, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 9:10 Mediastinal Masses: Approach and Diagnosis Brett M. Elicker, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 9:55 RecessLung Cancer and Thoracic Malignancies 10:10 The Tumor Formerly Known as Bronchoalveolar Carcinoma TUE David M. Naeger, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 10:30 PET/CT of the Terrible Ts: Other Thoracic Tumors David M. Naeger, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 10:50 CT Lung Cancer Screening Brett M. Elicker, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 11:10 Lung Cancer: Typical and Atypical Appearances Brett M. Elicker, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 11:30 Comprehensive Approach to Imaging of Lung Cancer David M. Naeger, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 12:15 pm Questions and Discussion____________________________________________________________________________________ 12:30 Adjourn Accreditation The University of California, San Francisco The total credits are inclusive of 10.25 in School of Medicine (UCSF) is accredited by CT, 1.0 in MR, and 1.5 in PET/CT. the Accreditation Council for Continuing Physician Assistants The National Medical Education (ACCME) to provide Commission on Certification of Physician continuing medical education for Assistants (NCCPA) states that AMA PRA physicians. Category 1 Credits™ are acceptable for UCSF designates this educational activity continuing medical education requirements for a maximum of 14.25 AMA PRA Category for recertification. ™ 1 Credits. Physicians should only claim Nurses The California Board of Registered credit commensurate with the extent of Nursing accepts AMA PRA Category 1 their participation in the activity. Credits™ toward license renewal. This educational activity meets the requirement under California State Assembly Bill 1195, continuing education and cultural and linguistic competency. 5
  • 6. ABDOMINAL & PELVIC IMAGING: CT/MR/US UCSF Course Director UCSF Faculty Z. Jane Wang, MD Roy A. Filly, MD Assistant Professor of Radiology Professor Emeritus of Radiology Co-Founder, Fetal Treatment Program Guest Faculty Emily M. Webb, MD Associate Professor of Clinical Radiology Kumar E. Sandrasegaran, MD Associate Professor of Radiology Antonio C. Westphalen, MD, MAS Indiana University School of Medicine Associate Professor of Radiology at Indianapolis Accreditation The University of California, San Francisco The total credits are inclusive of 6.25 in School of Medicine (UCSF) is accredited by CT, 4.0 in MR, and 3.25 in US. the Accreditation Council for Continuing Physician Assistants The National Medical Education (ACCME) to provide Commission on Certification of Physician continuing medical education for Assistants (NCCPA) states that AMA PRA physicians. Category 1 Credits™ are acceptable for UCSF designates this educational activity continuing medical education requirements for a maximum of 14.25 AMA PRA for recertification. ™ Category 1 Credits. Physicians should only Nurses The California Board of Registered claim credit commensurate with the extent Nursing accepts AMA PRA Category 1 of their participation in the activity. Credits™ toward license renewal. This educational activity meets the requirement under California State Assembly Bill 1195, continuing education and cultural and linguistic competency.6
  • 7. COURSE PROGRAMWEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 2013 7:00 am Registration and Continental Breakfast____________________________________________________________________________________ 7:30 Renal Masses: FAQ in Contemporary Practice Z. Jane Wang, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 8:15 CT/MRI of the Adrenals ___ ____ __________ Antonio C. Westphalen, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ _______________ ___ ____ __ __ WED WED WED 9:00 Small Bowel: What Not to Miss __________ _________ Z. Jane Wang, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ ___________ __ __ ___ ______ ___ __ _ 9:45 Recess____________________________________________________________________________________ _______ ___________ ___________ __ ________ _ ______ _____ 10:00 Top 10 Gynecologic Indications for MRI Antonio C. Westphalen, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 10:45 Ovarian Masses: Emphasis on Benign Masses Roy A. Filly, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 11:30 Imaging of Bariatric Surgery Antonio C. Westphalen, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 12:15 pm Questions and Discussion____________________________________________________________________________________ 12:30 AdjournTHURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 2013 7:00 am Continental Breakfast____________________________________________________________________________________ 7:30 Everything You Need to Know About the Emily M. Webb, MD Spleen in Less than an Hour____________________________________________________________________________________ 8:15 Post-Surgical Changes: Pearls and Pitfalls __ _______ Z. Jane Wang, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ __ ______ ______ ____________ _ 9:00 9:45 Primary Retroperitoneal Masses: an Approach to Diagnosis Recess THR THR THR H __ ____________ _ ___ __ _______ __ __ Emily M. Webb, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ 10:00 Cirrhotic Liver: Focal Liver Lesion Characterization Kumar E. Sandrasegaran, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 10:45 Lecture: Imaging Update of Appendicitis Emily M. Webb, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 11:30 SAM Quiz and Discussion: Appendicitis Emily M. Webb, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 12:15 pm Questions and Discussion____________________________________________________________________________________ 12:30 AdjournFRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2013 7:00 am Continental Breakfast____________________________________________________________________________________ 7:30 Management of Incidental Liver Lesions Kumar E. Sandrasegaran, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 8:15 Challenging Fetal Genitourinary Diagnoses Roy A. Filly, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 9:00 Pancreatic Cancer: What the Surgeons and Kumar E. Sandrasegaran, MD Oncologists Want to Know FRI FRI FRI R____________________________________________________________________________________ 9:45 Recess _____________ ____________ _ _____ _______________________________________________________________________________________ 10:00 10:45 Sonography of Renal Transplants ___ ______ __ _ _____________ Management of Incidental Cystic Pancreatic __ __ __ Roy A. Filly, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ Kumar E. Sandrasegaran, MD Lesions____________________________________________________________________________________ 11:30 Efficient and Effective Analysis of the Fetal Heart Roy A. Filly, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 12:30 pm Adjourn 7
  • 8. Hyatt Reservations tel: 888-421-1442 / 760–341–1000 Reserve online at https://resweb.passkey.com/go/ucsfrad Reservation deadline: Friday, January 4, 2013 Standard Room (single/double): $185. The daily resort fee ($23) has been waived for UCSF attendees who book directly with the hotel. The room rate includes high-speed internet access, fitness center access 24/7, local and toll-free calls, and in-room coffee. When making your accommodation decisions, please take into Spa consideration that staying at the host hotel helps UCSF meet its contractual obligations and keeps registration fees reasonable. To ensure the conference rate, please book directly with the hotel, using the website or phone numbers listed above. The Hyatt has reserved a limited block of rooms at special room rates for this conference. Call the Reservations Department directly at the number above and mention that you are attending the UCSF Radiology course to receive the discounted rates. Conference rates for reservation requests made after the deadline cannot be guaranteed and will be extended on a space-available basis only. A credit card number is required to guarantee your reservation. Rates exclude 11.25% state & Lounge local taxes, 2% business development fee, .20% state tourism fee (subject to change). Camp Hyatt Additional $25 per person (each) per night for third and/ or fourth person per room. Check-in is 4:00 pm, check-out is 12:00 pm. Cancellations made less than 72 hours from scheduled arrival, early departures not notified at check-in, and no-shows will be charged a one night’s stay. Nightly self- park is complimentary, valet is $7 for daily parking and $25 overnight.8
  • 9. Hyatt Regency Indian Wellsgrandchampions.hyatt.com44600 Indian Wells LaneIndian Wells, CA 92210All rooms at the resort are suite-style and feature 550square feet of separate seating and sleeping areas,and include high-speed internet access, a flat screentv, a mini-fridge, a coffee maker, and iHome stereosystem with iPod docking station.The resort features seven heated pools, with bothfamily and adult sections. The Aqua Serena Spa Golf Lessonswas featured on “100 Best Spas in the World” andprovides a variety of treatments for pampering andrejuvenation. The resort offers full-service dining,a poolside cafe, deli take-out, as well as in-roomdining. Resort activities include yoga, jogging trails,tennis and golf lessons, and Camp Hyatt for kids Standard Roomages 3-12. with Seating AreaGuests can experience true world-class golf locatedadjacent to the resort grounds at the Indian WellsGolf Resort, home to the LG Skins game. The ElPaseo Shopping and Entertainment district is onlytwo miles/five minutes away. Hot Air Ballooning,Desert Jeep tours, the Empire Polo grounds, and theLiving Desert Museum are all nearby.Air TravelUCSF Radiology has negotiated special fares with American and United Airlines forradiology course attendees. To ensure the lowest fares, please book with the airlinedirectly using the codes below:Airport code: PSP www.palmspringsairport.comAirline Online Code TelAmerican www.aa.com 1713BI 800–433–1790United www.united.com ZN8V234613 800–521–4041 ($25 fee via phone)The ONTario airport is about 80 miles or 1.5 hours away.LAX and SAN Diego are about 130 miles / 2.5 hours away.Car RentalHertz 800–654–2240CV # PSP: 01SY0254 ONT/LAX: 01SY0253Arrangements have been made with Hertz Car Rental for special rates during this UCSFmeeting, as well as one week before and after this meeting. Rentals can be arranged foreither Palm Springs or Ontario airports. Reserve using the phone and CV numberslisted above. 9
  • 10. The Greater Palm Springs Area www.palmspringsusa.com Palm Springs is located about 130 miles or a two-hour drive east of Los Angeles. The area includes the neighboring towns of Cathedral City, Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert and Indian Wells, as you travel southeast along Route 10 or Highway 111. The area has an averge 350 days of sunshine a year, and winter temperatures are usually in the 70’s. The mix of southwestern culture and California history combine to make the Palm Springs area an eclectic mix of food, culture, outdoor activities, and an ideal opportunity for the art aficionado or furniture collector to enjoy the search for that unique find. Featured Attraction: Sunnylands Center at the Annenberg Estate http://sunnylands.org Nicknamed the “Camp David” of the west, Sunnylands was conceived by philanthropists Walter and Leonore Annenberg, who commissioned architect Quincy A. Jones of USC to build a contemporary residence on their 200-acre estate in Rancho Mirage. The bright, open, inviting building that Jones created was then decorated by noted designers Haines and Graber. The Estate has been used as a retreat for world leaders, politicians and foreign dignitaries for over 40 years, and also hosts one of the finest private collections of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist art. The Center is open free to the public Thursday through Sunday, and features select artwork and the Gardens. Tours of the home are limited and tickets can only be purchased in advance. For more information on these and other activities: www.visitpalmsprings.com Thursday Night Village Fest − enjoy an array of artists, artisans, entertainers, snacks and a farmers market in downtown Palm Springs. El Paseo Drive − stroll and shop on one of the most bountiful upscale shopping venues. Living Desert Zoo and Gardens − 1,200 acres of scenic trails and exhibits including gardens, live animal shows, a play park, a model train exhibit and tram rides. Children’s Discovery Museum − with over fifty hands-on exhibits, Moorten Botanical Gardens & Cactarium − examine over 3,000 examples of southwestern cacti and plants. Palm Springs Air Museum − experience one of the world’s largest collections of WW2 fighter planes Aerial Tram − ascend 8,000 feet in the world’s largest rotating tramcars, with a spectacular, never-ending panoramic view of Palm Springs below. Joshua Tree National Park − located on the northeast edge of the Palm Springs area, the nearly 800,000 acre park encompasses the most interesting geologic displays found in California’s deserts.10
  • 11. REGISTRATIONCARDIO-PULMONARY / ABDOMINAL & PELVIC (RAD 13 020 / 021)Jan 27 – Feb 1, 2013 / The Hyatt Regency Resort & Spa – Indian Wells, CaliforniaEarly Enrollment Deadline: November 30, 2012Four easy ways to register:1. Online at www.cme.ucsf.edu (registration discount for both courses not available online)2. Fax this form to 415−502−17953. Mail this form to UCSF Office of CME, PO Box 45368, San Francisco, CA 94145–03684. Phone using Visa, Amex or MC. Call 415−476−5808, 8:30 am - 4:00 pm (Pacific Time)REGISTRANT INFORMATION (PLEASE PRINT)Name ______________________________________________________________________ First Last DegreeAddress ____________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________Tel ________________________________ Fax ________________________________ Area Code Area CodeE-mail _____________________________________________________________________You must provide an email address with your registration to receive advance syllabusinformation. Paper copies will not be provided on site.Would you like to receive general UCSF Radiology CME email notices?  Yes  No.Month/Day of Birth for record verification: _______ / _______ / X X month dayCOURSE REGISTRATION:  BOTH COURSES ONE COURSE ONLY check one Save more when registering  Cardio-Pulmonary (RAD 13 020) for both courses.  Abdomen & Pelvis (RAD 13 021)Check your category By 11/30/12 After 11/30/12 By 11/30/12 After 11/30/12 Physician $ 995 $ 1,095 $ 560 $ 610 UCSF Rad Alum/Mlitary $ 945 $ 1,045 $ 510 $ 560 Resident/fellow/nurse $ 795 $ 895 $ 430 $ 480 physician assisant (with letter of verification)METHOD OF PAYMENT Check enclosed, payable to UC Regents.Please charge my:  Visa  Mastercard  American ExpressCard No. _____________________________________________________________________Exp. Date ______________________ Signature _________________________________Payment may be made by credit card, check or money order drawn on a U.S. bank in U.S. currency. Weregret that we cannot accept checks drawn on foreign banks. Enrollment confirmation will be mailed to youwithin 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 by Friday, 1/18/2013. No refunds will be made afterthis date. In the unlikely event that the program is cancelled, UCSF Radiology will refund the registrationfee in full, but cannot be responsible for any hotel or travel costs. 11
  • 12. 12 RAD 13 020/021 Nonprofit Org. UPCOMING CME CONFERENCES U.S. Postage View, print brochures, and register online: PAID www.radiology.ucsf.edu/postgrad Univ. of California Program dates, topics, and locations are subject to change. Radiology Postgraduate Education 3333 California Street, Suite 375 DATED MATERIAL Sep 10–13, 2012 Advances in Neuroimaging San Francisco, CA San Francisco, CA 94143-0629 PLEASE POST ______________________________________________________________ Sep 20–22 Virtual Colonoscopy Workshop San Francisco, CA ______________________________________________________________ Sep 30–Oct 5 Women’s Imaging in Wine Country Sonoma, CA ______________________________________________________________ Oct 8–12 Interventional Radiology Review San Francisco, CA ______________________________________________________________ Oct 28-Nov 2 Diagnostic Imaging Maui, HI ______________________________________________________________ Nov 5–9 Breast Imaging & Digital Mammography Palm Springs, CA ______________________________________________________________ Dec 2–7 Imaging Warm-up in the Caribbean St. John, USVI Jan 6–11, 2013 Breast Imaging & Digital Mammography Kona, HI ______________________________________________________________ Jan 13–18 Body Imaging Update Kona, HI ______________________________________________________________ Jan 27–29 Cardiovascular & Pulmonary Imaging Palm Springs, CA ______________________________________________________________ Jan 30-Feb 1 Abdominal & Pelvic Imaging Palm Springs, CA ______________________________________________________________ Feb 3-8 UCSF Radiology Annual Review San Fancisco, CA ______________________________________________________________ Feb 10–15 Neuro & Musculoskeletal Imaging Kona, HI ______________________________________________________________ Mar 3–8 Spring Training for Radiologists Scottsdale, AZ ______________________________________________________________ Mar 7–9 Virtual Colonoscopy Workshop San Francisco, CA ______________________________________________________________ Mar 22–24 Breast Imaging Update San Francisco, CA ______________________________________________________________ May 19–24 Practical Body Imaging Yosemite, CA ______________________________________________________________ Jun 6–8 Virtual Colonoscopy Workshop San Francisco, CA ______________________________________________________________ Jun 23–28 Practical Tips for Covering On-Call Bermuda CARDIOVASCULAR & PUMONARY IMAGING ABDOMINAL & PELVIC IMAGING: CT/MR/US ADDRESS CHANGES: To facilitate change-of-address, please return the JANUARY 27 – FEBRUARY 1, 2013 full mailing panel and do not cross out the original address. Thank you. HYATT REGENCY INDIAN WELLS, CA These courses are self-supporting and receive no state funding.

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