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The Rittenhouse Hotel, Philadelphia, PA October 25-28, 2012 COMPREHENSIVE NEURORADIOLOGY REVIEWCOURSE DIREC TOR:Linda J. Bagley, MD2012 University of Pennsylvania Health System Department of Radiology
OVERVIEW & TARGET AUDIENCE This educational program is designed to address the needs of radiologists, neurologists, neurosurgeons, otolaryngologists, and neuroradiologists practicing or training in community and academic centers, who are interested in refreshing their knowledge regarding the imaging features of neurological diseases and updating their knowledge regarding recent developments in neural imaging. The course is also designed to help radiologists prepare for special certification or re-certification in neuroradiology. CANCELLATION/REFUNDS POLICY The University of Pennsylvania reserves the right to cancel or postpone any activity due to unforeseen circumstances. In the event of cancellation or postponement, the University will refund registration fees but will not be responsible for related costs or expenses to participants, including cancellation fees assessed by airlines, travel agencies and hotels. Full refunds, less a $75.00 administrative fee will be made to those providing written notification of withdraw by September 25, 2012. After that date, no refunds will be given.
MEETING MATERIALS Penn Radiology will distribute CME syllabus materials to registered attendees on a flash drive. You are welcome to bring your laptop to the lectures should you wish to follow along electronically. A paper syllabus is also available for an additional cost of $40. If you would like one, please be sure to note this when registering. We cannot guarantee that additional syllabi will be available onsite for sale. DISCLOSURES Perelman School of Medicine, Office of Continuing Medical Education, adheres to the ACCME Standards for Commercial Support. Faculty disclosure information will be made available in the course materials and syllabi. Faculty members are also expected to disclose to participants any discussion of off-label and/or investigational use of pharmaceutical products or devices within their presentation. NON-DISCRIMINATION STATEMENT The University of Pennsylvania values diversity and seeks talented students, faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds. The University of Pennsylvania does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, color, national or ethnic origin, age, disability or status as a Vietnam Era Veteran or disabled veteran in the administration of educational policies, programs or activities; admission policies, scholarship and loan awards; athletic or other University- administered programs or employment. Questions or complaints regarding this policy should be directed to: Executive Director, Office of Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Programs, 3600 Chestnut Street, Sansom Place East, Suite 228, Philadelphia, PA 19104-6106 or 215-898-6993 (Voice) or 215-898-7803 (TDD) SPECIAL NEEDS If special accommodations are requested for an individual with a disability to attend this meeting, contact Angela Scott at least two weeks prior at 215-662-6982.
FACULTY & GUEST SPEAKERSHospital of the Mary H. Scanlon, MD, FACR Clinical Associate Professor of RadiologyUniversity of Pennsylvania Residency Program Training Director Michelle J. Smith, MDCOURSE DIRECTOR: Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery and RadiologyLinda J. Bagley, MDAssociate Professor of Radiology Ronald L. Wolf, MD, PhD Associate Professor of RadiologyMichel Bilello, MD, PhDAssistant Professor of Radiology John H.Woo, MD Assistant Professor of RadiologyR. Nick Bryan, MD, PhDEugene P. Pendergrass Professor andChairman of Radiology The Children’s HospitalCarol A. Dolinskas, MD of PhiladelphiaClinical Associate Professor of Radiology Larissa T. Bilaniuk, MDEdward H. Herskovits, MD, PhD Professor of RadiologyAssociate Professor of Radiology Avrum N. Pollock, MDRobert W. Hurst, MD Associate Professor of Clinical RadiologyProfessor of Radiology, Neurosurgery &Neurology Erin Simon Schwartz, MD Associate Professor of RadiologyKim O. Learned, MD Arastoo Vossough, MD, PhDAssistant Professor of Radiology Assistant Professor of RadiologyLaurie A. Loevner, MD Robert A. Zimmerman, MDProfessor of Radiology, Otorhinolaryngology, Professor of RadiologyHead and Neck Surgery Chief, Neuroradiology Division/MRIAlexander C. Mamourian, MDAssociate Professor of Radiology Guest FacultyElias R. Melhem, MD, PhD David P. Friedman, MDWallace Miller Senior Professor of Radiology Associate Professor of Radiologyand Neurosurgery Co-Director of Neuroradiology/Head & NeckChief, Division of Neuroradiology Radiology Thomas Jefferson UniversitySuyash Mohan, MD Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, PAAssistant Professor of RadiologyPaulo Nucifora, MD, PhD Adam E. Flanders, MD Professor of Radiology and Professor ofAssistant Professor of Radiology Rehabilitation MedicineBryan A. Pukenas, MD Thomas Jefferson UniversityAssistant Professor of Radiology Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, PA Sudhakar R. Satti, MD Radiologist, Christiana Care Health System Wilmington, DE
October 25-28, 2012COMPREHENSIVENEURORADIOLOGY REVIEW COURSE OBJECTIVES Upon completion of this activity, participants should be able to: ifferentiate between neoplastic and D escribe head and neck cancers D non-neoplastic mimics in the brain and in a manner that assists in their spine in order to guide management comprehensive treatment iagnose and distinguish between D xplain the role of imaging in the diagnosis E intramedullary, epidural and and management of epilepsy extramedullary intradural masses of the spine iagnose complex CNS malformations D in children. dentify complex neurovascular I malformations of the CNS and pply appropriate imaging strategies in A appropriately refer for management the evaluation of thyroid and parathyroid disorders
SCHEDULETHURSDAY OCTOBER 25, 2012 3:30 Functional Imaging of the Brain R. Nick Bryan, MD, PhD 6:45a Registration/Continental Breakfast 4:00 Neurointerventional Oncology7:25 Opening Remarks Michelle J. Smith, MD Linda J. Bagley, MD 4:30 Robotic Surgery of the Head and Neck:VASCULAR DISEASE Pre and Post Operative Imaging Laurie A. Loevner, MD7:30 Cerebrovascular Anatomy (Arterial and Venous) 5:00 Adjourn Robert W. Hurst, MD8:00 and MR Angiography of the CT FRIDAY OCTOBER 26, 2012 Head and Neck Alexander C. Mamourian, MD 7:00a Continental Breakfast 8:45 State-of-the-Art Imaging of Stroke Ronald L. Wolf, MD, PhD BRAIN 7:30 Infectious Diseases of the Brain9:15 Ischemic Stroke Intervention and Meninges Robert W. Hurst, MD David P. Friedman, MD9:45 Break/Refreshments 8:00 Demyelinating Diseases of the Brain10:00 Cerebral Aneurysms: Epidemiology, Michel Bilello, MD, PhD Diagnosis, and Management 8:30 Imaging of Head Trauma Linda J. Bagley, MD Linda J. Bagley, MD10:45 Vascular Malformations of the Brain: A Review of Imaging Features 9:00 Degenerative Brain Diseases/ Cerebral Manifestations of and Risks Systemic Disease Suddharkar Satti, MD Edward H. Herskovits, MD, PhD11:30 Lunch (on own) 9:30 Break/RefreshmentsBRAIN NEOPLASMS 9:45 Imaging of the Epileptic Patient12:45 Adult Brain Neoplasms Linda J. Bagley, MD Ronald L. Wolf, MD, PhD 10:15 SAM: Epilepsy Case Presentation1:15 Mimics of Adult Brain Neoplasms 10:45 SAM: Quiz: Epilepsy Cases John H. Woo, MD 11:00 SAM: Answers/Discussion1:45 Imaging of the Pituitary Fossa Elias R. Melhem, MD, PhD 11:15 Lunch (on own)2:15 Break/Refreshments HEAD AND NECKSTATE-OF-THE-ART 12:30 ead and Neck Cancer: H Patterns of Tumor Spread in Base2:30 Perfusion MR Imaging: of Skull and Larynx Basics and Applications Laurie A. Loevner, MD Ronald L. Wolf, MD, PhD 1:30 Imaging of Salivary Glands3:00 Diffusion Tensor Imaging: Mary H. Scanlon, MD Basics and Applications Paolo Nucifora, MD, PhD 2:00 Break/Refreshments
ACCREDITATION & CREDIT DESIGNATION The Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing2:30 Temporal Bone Anatomy medical education for physicians. Elias R. Melhem, MD, PhD3:00 Disorders of the Adult Temporal Bone The Perelman School of Medicine at the Carol A. Dolinskas, MD University of Pennsylvania designates this live3:30 PET-CT Applications in Oncology activity for a maximum of 25 AMA PRA Category Laurie A. Loevner, MD 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their4:00 Adjourn participation in the activity. Day 1: 7.75 Day 2: 6.5 Day 3: 6.75 Day 4: 4SATURDAY OCTOBER 27, 20127:00a Continental BreakfastSPINE IMAGING7:30 Degenerative Disease of the Spine 3:00 Orbital Imaging John H. Woo, MD Laurie A. Loevner, MD8:00 Post-Operative Spinal Imaging 3:30 Maxillo facial trauma Adam E. Flanders, MD Suyash Mohan, MD8:30 Spine Intervention 4:00 Adjourn Bryan A. Pukenas, MD9:00 Spinal Trauma and Spinal Cord Injury Adam E. Flanders, MD SUNDAY OCTOBER 28, 2012 9:45 Break/Refreshments 7:00a Continental Breakfast10:00 on-Neoplastic Disease of the Spine N PEDIATRIC IMAGING John H. Woo, MD 7:45 Prenatal Diagnosis of CNS10:30 Intradural Lesions of the Spine Anomalies Elias R. Melhem, MD, PhD Erin Simon Schwartz, MD 11:00 Vascular Diseases of the Spine 8:30 Imaging of Spine Trauma in Bryan A. Pukenas, MD Children11:30 Lunch (on own) Avrum N. Pollock, MD 9:00 Pediatric Brain TumorsHEAD & NECK Robert A. Zimmerman, MD 12:45 Imaging of the Thyroid and 9:45 Imaging of the Pediatric Parathyroid Glands Temporal Bone Laurie A. Loevner, MD Arastoo Vossough, MD, PhD1:45 SAM Quiz: Thyroid and Parathyroid 10:30 Break/Refreshments Gland Imaging 11:00 Imaging of ENT Disease in Children2:00 SAM Answers/Discussion Larissa T. Bilaniuk, MD2:15 Break/Refreshments 11:30 hite Matter Disorders in Children W2:30 Imaging of the Paranasal Sinuses Arastoo Vossough, MD, PhD Kim O. Learned, MD 12:00 Closing Remarks 12:15 Adjourn
The Rittenhouse Hotel www.rittenhousehotel.com 210 W. Rittenhouse Square Philadelphia, PA 19103 Hotel Telephone: 215.546.9000 CUT-OFF DATE: September 24, 2012ACCOMMODATIONSPHILADELPHIA HOTEL CANCELLATION POLICYEnjoy Philadelphia’s typical fall weather Guests will have 72 hours prior to check-instrolling around Rittenhouse Square and the time to cancel their reservation, otherwiselocation of our conference hotel. Surrounded cancellation fees may apply. This policy willby shops, cafes, great restaurants and be reviewed at point of making guest roomgalleries, this popular area offers something for reservation. Early departure fees may alsoeveryone. The Rittenhouse Hotel is a boutique, apply and will be the responsibility of theluxury hotel located on the Square. Among its individual.many accolades, the hotel has received theprestigious AAA Five-Diamond Award for the TRAVEL OPTIONSlast eleven years with the highest distinction Philadelphia is served by Philadelphiafor accommodations and service. International Airport (PHL) or conveniently reached via Amtrak, stopping at 30th StreetROOM RATES: Station.Group rate..............................................$229 For information, please visit www.phl.org orPenn Radiology has reserved a limited www.30thstreetstation.com.number of rooms during the conference dates If you are driving to the conference, the hoteland the block typically sells out early. Our offers valet parking, currently, $18.00 per dayexceptional group rate of $229 per night is plus tax and overnight parking for $34 persubject to sales and occupancy tax, currently night plus tax. (Prices subject to increase.)15.2%. Reservations must be made priorto September 24, 2012. After that time,rooms will be offered on a space and rateavailability basis…and the fall is a busy time inPhiladelphia, so don’t wait!TO BOOK YOUR HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS, CALL 800.635.1042.Make your reservations early!
REGISTRATION INFORMATIONCOMPREHENSIVE NEURORADIOLOGY REVIEWTHE ARE 4 WAYS TO REGISTER FOR THIS CONFERENCE: ONLINE: Visit http://bit.ly/PennRadiologyCME`` MAIL: This Registration Form to enn Radiology CME`` P 3400 Spruce Street / 1 Silverstein Philadelphia, PA 19104-4283`` This Registration Form to 215.349.5925 FAX: PHONE: Call 215.662.6982 (Visa, Mastercard or Amex accepted)``Name:______________________________________________________________________________ First M.I. Last DegreeAffiliation:____________________________________________________________________________Address:____________________________________________________________________________City, State, Zip:________________________________________________________________________❏ This is my home address. ❏ ❏ This is my business address.Phone: _______________________________ Fax: _________________________________________Email: ______________________________________________________________________________(course confirmation is sent by email only)CONFERENCE FEES There will be a surcharge of $50 for anyone registering after September 23, 2012.❏ hysicians P $895 * iscount fee is available for Penn Radiology alumni, full-time active military/VA D❏ iscount Fee* D $825 personnel and physicians living outside continental US.❏ Residents/Fellows/ $675 R esidents/Fellows/Technologists registering online must fax a letter of verification Technologists from institution including attendee’s full name and date registered to 215.349.5925.PAYMENT METHODAmount due $_________________________________________________________________________❏ Check enclosed payable to Penn Radiology CME (US dollars only drawn on a US bank)❏ Charge my: ❏ ❏ Visa ❏ ❏ Mastercard ❏ ❏ American ExpressIf credit card name or billing address differs from the address listed above, please provide the correctbilling address:Name on Card: _______________________________________________________________________Billing Address: _______________________________________________________________________City, State, Zip: _______________________________________________________________________Account #: __________________________ CSC: __________ Expiration Date: ___________________Signature: ___________________________________________________________________________(Your signature is your authorization to charge this credit card.)
Non-Profit Org. PENN RADIOLOGY CME U.S. Postage Department of Radiology/Continuing Medical Education PAID 3400 Spruce Street, 1 Silverstein Permit No. 50 `` AUGUST 6-10 Philadelphia, PA 19104-4283 Bellmawr, NJ 08031 2012 Fine Imaging and Wines:`` FEBRUARY 20-23 Breast Imaging in Napa Winter Imaging Update The Villagio Inn & Spa Yountville, CA Caribe Hilton San Juan, Puerto Rico `` OCTOBER 25–28`` FEBRUARY 25 Comprehensive Case-Based Cardiothoracic & Neuroradiology Review Neuro-ENT Imaging Workshops The Rittenhouse Hotel Philadelphia, PA W Retreat & Spa Vieques Island, Puerto Rico `` NOVEMBER 4–7`` APRIL 13-14 Musculoskeletal & 2nd Philadelphia Symposium Body Imaging on Multidetector CT Turnberry Isle Miami Aventura, FL The HUB City View Philadelphia, PA`` APRIL 16-20 2013 Cardiovascular CT Imaging with ` ` JANUARY 21-25 Optional Cardiovascular MR Winter Imaging Update: Hospital of the University Neuro and Head & Neck of Pennsylvania The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Philadelphia, PA Cancun, Mexico`` JUNE 25–29 `` MARCH 17-20 Cutting Out the Middle Man: Women’s Imaging in Paradise Core Topics in Radiology Atlantis Paradise Island Chatham Bars Inn Bahamas Chatham (Cape Cod), MA `` JUNE 24-28 Diagnostic Imaging: Back on the Vineyard Harborview Hotel Martha’s Vineyard, MABookmark this site—more courses will be added shortly!HTTP://BIT.LY/PENNRADIOLOGYCME