Current Concepts in Neuro and Musculoskeletal Imaging
CURRENT CONCEPTS IN NEURO AND MUSCULOSKELETAL IMAGING THE FAIRMONT ORCHID, HAWAII / FEBRUARY 10− 15, 2013 SAN FRANCISCOUNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA BIOMEDICAL IMAGING RADIOLOGY AND
Current Concepts in NEURO AND MUSCULOSKELETAL IMAGING February 10–15, 2013 This course will provide the clinician with an update on various fundamentals of neuro and musculoskeletal imaging. An array of imaging techniques will be included, with an emphasis on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and computed tomography (CT). The latest information on recent advances in neuro CT/MRI protocols wil be presented, as well as advanced MR imaging techniques to improve differential diagnosis of the adult and pediatric brains, head & neck, spine & spinal cord lesions and musculoskeletal joints. “Hot Topic” presentations will highlight recent developments in the imaging of musculoskeletal syndromes, and there will be case-based presentations in pediatric neuroradiology and neurological trauma. We will also cover speciﬁc imaging strategies to solve clinical questions. Opportunity to discuss clinical questions with the faculty will be provided. EARN SAM CREDIT an opportunity for completion of a self-assessment module (SAM) will be offered during this course. “Elbow MRI” for one SAM credit is currently pending approval 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. SAM credits are required for radiologists certiﬁed since 2002. At the completion of this course, the attendee should be able to: 1. Apply acquired knowledge in recent advances in neuro and musculoskeletal CT/MRI techniques to improve imaging protocols used in clinical practice; 2. Recognize speciﬁc imaging features of the brain, brain tumors, the spine and spinal cord lesions, CNS Infections and pediatric malformations; 3. Recognize normal anatomy and pathology related to MRI of the major musculoskeletal joints; 4. Differentiate between MRI indications of normal and abnormal bone marrow processes in children; 5. Perform and interpret MR Arthrography; 6. Recognize imaging appearances of internal derangement of joints, normal postoperative imaging appearances of the shoulder and knee, and learn the newest cartilage and metal- suppression imaging sequences; 7. Improve evaluation of adhesive capsulitis of the shoulder, pectoralis muscle, musculoskeletal injuries and peripheral neuropathies with MRI.2
Puuhonua O Honaunau UCSF Faculty National Park “Place of Refuge” William P. Dillon, MD Course Co-chair Professor and Vice-chair of Radiology Chief, Neuroradiology Lynne S. Steinbach, MD Course Co-chair Professor of Radiology and Orthopaedic Surgery A. James Barkovich, MD Professor of Radiology, Pediatrics, Neurology and Neurosurgery Chief, Pediatric Neuroradiology Alisa D. Gean, MD Professor of Radiology, Neurology and Neurosurgery Thomas M. Link, MD, PhD Professor of Radiology Chief, Musculoskeletal Imaging Guest Faculty Christine B. Chung, MD Professor of Radiology University of California, San Diego Jerry Dwek, MD Adjunct Clinical Professor of Radiology University of California, San DiegoEnrollmentPre-registration is encouraged to ensure your space in this course.Pre-register by December 14, 2012 and save $75 on your enrollment fee.$1050 for practicing physicians;$1000 for UCSF Radiology Alumni and Full-time Military$900 for fellows, residents, sonographers and nurses (with a letter of veriﬁcation)ON-SITE REGISTRATIONSunday, February 10, 2013 at 7:00 amThe Fairmont Orchid, Hawaii – 1 North Kaniku Drive, Kohala CoastSYLLABUS Printable PDFs of presentations will be available online one week prior to thecourse, and attendees should print out and bring pertinent presentations with them. Anelectronic syllabus and paper notebook will be provided.You must provide an email address with your registration to receive advance syllabusinformation. Paper copies of presentations will not be provided onsite. 3
Course ProgramSUNDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2013 7:00 am Registration and Continental Breakfast____________________________________________________________________________________ 7:30 CNS infections: Don’t Miss ‘em William P. Dillon MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 8:15 Traumatic Brain Injury - Part 1: Alisa D. Gean, MD CT/MR Imaging Techniques____________________________________________________________________________________ SUN 9:00 CNS Vascular Malformations and_______________________ William P. Dillon MD d Lesions____________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________ 9:40 Questions & Discussion____________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________ _____________________ 9:45 Recess____________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________ ________________________ 10:00 MR Arthrography Lynne S. Steinbach, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 10:45 Rotator Cuff and Impingement Syndromes Christine B. Chung, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 11:30 MRI of the Postoperative Shoulder Lynne S. Steinbach, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 12:15 pm Questions & Discussion____________________________________________________________________________________ 12:30 Adjourn 6:00 Aloha Welcome Reception for all Attendees and their GuestsMONDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2013 7:00 am Continental Breakfast____________________________________________________________________________________ 7:30 Imaging of the ACL Lynne S. Steinbach, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 8:15 Knee Menisci Christine B. Chung, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 9:00 Hot Topic: Adhesive Capsulitis Lynne S. Steinbach, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 9:20 Hot Topic: Pectoralis Injuries: What You Need to Know Christine B. Chung, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 9:40 Questions & Discussion____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________ _________________________ 9:45 Recess____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________ __________________________ 10:00 Orbital and Ocular Trauma: What You Don’t See Alisa D. Gean, MD Can Affect What THEY See____________________________________________________________________________________ 10:45 CT/MR Imaging of Stroke William P. Dillon, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 11:30 Neuro Case Session: Pediatric Neuroradiology A. James Barkovich MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 12:00 pm Neuro Case Session: Trauma Alisa D. Gean, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 12:30 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 educational activity for a maximum of 23.75 AMA PRA Category 1 ™ Credits. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. The total credits are inclusive of 4.0 in CT and 19.5 in MR. This educational activity also qualiﬁes for credit for physician assistants (PA) and registered nurses (RN). Please check with your state licensing board to ensure compliance. This educational activity meets the requirement under California State Assembly Bill 1195, continuing education and cultural and linguistic competency.4
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 2013 7:00 am Continental Breakfast____________________________________________________________________________________ 7:30 Traumatic Brain Injury - Part 2: Alisa D. Gean, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ the Intra-and Extra-axial Injuries 8:15 Imaging of Pediatric Epilepsy A. James Barkovich, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 9:00 Blasts and Bullets: the Reality of Modern de Alisa D. Gean, MD TUE Warfare in Combat and on Our City _____________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 9:40 Questions & Discussion____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________ _______________ 9:45 Recess____________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________ _____________________ 10:00 Elbow MRI: Lecture Lynne S. Steinbach, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 11:00 SAM Elbow MRI: Quiz and Answers Lynne S. Steinbach, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 11:30 Pediatric Bone Marrow Jerry Dwek, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 12:15 pm Questions & Discussion____________________________________________________________________________________ 12:30 AdjournWEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2013No formal program.THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2013 7:00 am Continental Breakfast____________________________________________________________________________________ 7:30 Cartilage and Osteochondral Disease Thomas M. Link, MD, PhD____________________________________________________________________________________ 8:15 Finger Imaging Christine B. Chung, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 9:00 Ankle MRI _____________________ Thomas M. Link, MD, PhD____________________________________________________________________________________ THR 9:40 Questions & Discussion____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________ ___________________ 9:45 Recess____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________ ___________________ 10:00 Pediatric Developmental Spine Disorders _____________________ A. James Barkovich MD rders ders____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________ 10:45 You Are Your ICP: Understanding thee Alisa D. Gean, MD Brain Herniation Syndromes____________________________________________________________________________________ 11:30 Imaging of the Developmentally Delayed Child A. James Barkovich MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 12:15 pm Questions & Discussion____________________________________________________________________________________ 12:30 AdjournFRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2013 7:00 am Continental Breakfast____________________________________________________________________________________ 7:30 Back Pain: Causes and Minimally Invasive Treatment William P. Dillon, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 8:15 Hydrocephalus A. James Barkovich MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 9:00 Myelopathy: Interesting Cases William P. Dillon MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 9:40 Questions & Discussion____________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________ _________________ FRI 9:45 Recess____________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________ ________________ 10:00 Hip MRI ___________________Thomas M. Link, MD, PhD____________________________________________________________________________________ _________________ 10:45 Hot Topic: Metal around the Hip ___________________Christine B. Chung, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ ________________ 11:05 Hot Topic: Musculoskeletal Biopsies and d Thomas M. Link, MD, PhD Radiofrquency Ablation____________________________________________________________________________________ 11:25 Peripheral Nerve Imaging Christine B. Chung, MD____________________________________________________________________________________ 12:15 pm Questions & Discussion____________________________________________________________________________________ 12:30 Adjourn 5
Caldera Crater, Kilauea Volcanoes National Park The Big Island of Hawaii The Big Island is the birthplace of King Kamehameha 1, the leader who united all of the Hawaiian islands by 1810. The Big Island is the anchor of the island chain and home of Madame Pele, the ﬁre goddess of volcanoes; therefore the color ascribed to the Big Island is red. The Island of Hawaii is the largest and youngest island in the Hawaiian chain, and with the current volcanic activity, the Big Island is still growing. The sunny and dry west side of the island is referred to as Kona, and the transformation of its shoreline by volcanic eruptions just two-hundred years ago is still evident. The misty east side of the island is referred to as Hilo -- which is a prime growing area for ﬂowers, plants and vegetation, includes many waterfalls, and is home to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. The Big Island has one of the world’s most active volcanoes (Kilauea), the tallest sea mountain in the world at more than 33,000 feet (Mauna Kea), and the most massive mountain in the world (Mauna Loa). Hawaii’s varying and dramatic climate zones generate a world of environments on one island, including lush rain forests, volcanic deserts, snow-capped mountaintops and beautiful black sand beaches. Rainbow Falls King Kamehameha 1 Wailuku River, Hilo original statue in Kapa’au6
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The Fairmont Orchid, Hawai’i www.fairmont.com/orchid At the Orchid, an ambience of comfort and ﬂows, native landmarks and the ocean luxury has been adapted to the natural coastline. The Spa Without Walls offers a surroundings and beauty of the island. variety of spa and massage treatments in Among the many resort features that guests private, ocean-side cabanas. The Fitness can enjoy are plexipave tennis courts Center is accessible 24/7. (including a stadium court); a ten-thousand The Orchid’s Keiki Aloha (children’s program) square-foot freshwater swimming pool and utilizes the hotel’s oceanside location and surrounding whirlpools; and a protected white enables its young guests to learn more about sand lagoon. Activities include creative Hawaii and share in the aloha spirit. wellness programs; basketball; poolside ping-pong; beach volleyball, and other water Children ages ﬁve through twelve (who are activites including outrigger canoes. staying with their parents at the hotel) can participate in a wide range of complimentary Guests may start off their mornings with a activities, including Hawaiian storytelling, hula tennis clinic, power walk and stretch, lessons, coconut-leaf weaving and other island low-impact aerobic conditioning, or even a arts & crafts. Prices vary with half-day or snorkel cruise. The 36-hole Francis H. I’i full-day programs. The resort also offers a Brown Golf Course is both challenging and children’s menu (ages twelve and under) in spectacular, as it runs along ancient lava all dining rooms. When making your accommodation decisions, please take into consideration that staying at the host hotel helps UCSF meet its contractual obligations and keeps registration fees reasonable.8
The Fairmont OrchidTel: 800–845–9905 / 808–885–20001 N. Kaniku Drive, Kohala Coast, HawaiiReservation deadline: January 9, 2013Book online: https://resweb.passkey.com/go/ucsfneuroJoin the Fairmont President’s Club (free) prior to arrival to receivecomplimentary in-room internet during your stay ($15 per day).Log onto: www.fairmont.com/fpcThe Fairmont Orchid Hawaii has reserved a limited block of roomsat special room rates, please mention that you are attending oneof the UCSF Radiology courses to receive the discounted rates.AVAILABLE CATEGORIESNote that availability of ocean view rooms and suites are limited.Single/Double Fairmont Room $289Partial Ocean View $330Guaranteed Ocean View $350Garden View Executive Suite $559Ocean View Executive Suite $649Ocean Front Suite $789ADD-ONS (per room, per night)Second “Family” Room $249Additional person (3 or more) $ 75UCSF Gold Plus (per room) $340ABOUT UCSF GOLD PLUSIn addition to the upgraded accommodations and exclusiveamenities in Fairmont’s Gold Floor rooms, guests will receive dailyaccess during the meeting dates to the private UCSF PanioloLounge. “The Lounge” is a comfortable retreat for speakers andspecial guests with a large lanai overlooking the central courtyardand sunset. Daily service during the week includes enhancedcontinental breakfast, mid-day deli-style sandwiches & salads,evening pupus & cocktails, and dessert & coffee.RESERVE NOWMake your reservation early as rooms will likely sell-out before thecut-off dates listed on the preceding page. Reservation requestsmade after these deadlines will be extended at the conferencerates on a space-available basis only. A credit card number isrequired to guarantee your reservation. Rates exclude state hotelroom tax of 13.4% (subject to change).Reservations cancelled at least 30 days prior to arrival will incurno cancellation charges; between 29 and 3 days prior to arrivalwill be charged a two-nights stay (plus taxes); less than 72 hoursprior to arrival and no-shows will be charged ﬁve-nights stay (plustaxes). Daily parking rates: $17 for self parking, $22 for valet(rates subject to change). There is no additional charge forchildren under the age of 18 who share with their parents. Themaximum number of persons per room is 3 adults or 2 adultsand 2 children. 9
Air Travel UCSF Radiology has negotiated discounted fares with American, United and Hawaiian Airlines for radiology course attendees. Please call the meetings desk or book online directly, using the following codes: Airline Contact CodeCoffee American www.aa.com 8223BIBeans 800–433–1790 ZN8V234613 note: AA discount only routed via LAX United www.united.com ZN8V234613 note: book online with no add’l service fee 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 For Hawaiian Airline bookings, in addition to a fare discount, when you book using the Preferred Afﬁliate Portal, Hawaiian will waive the fee for a second checked bag. Luau Fireknife Rental Cars Hertz 800–654–2240 CV# 01SY0255 Neuro & Skeletal Imaging Arrangements have been made with Hertz Car Rental for special rates during these UCSF meetings, as well as one week before and after this meeting, on all of the Hawaiian Islands. Advance reservations are recommended. Call the Hertz Convention Desk; be sure to tell the agent the meeting name and CV# listed above.
REGISTRATIONCURRENT CONCEPTS IN NEURO AND MUSCULOSKELETAL IMAGING (RAD 13 022)February 10–15, 2013 / The Fairmont Orchid – Kona, HawaiiEarly Enrollment Deadline: December 14, 2012Four easy ways to register:1. Online at www.cme.ucsf.edu2. 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 Mastercard. 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 NoMonth/Day of Birth for record veriﬁcation: _______ / _______ / X X month dayCOURSE REGISTRATIONCheck one: BY 12/14/12 AFTER 12/14/12 Physician $ 975 $ 1050 UCSF Radiology Alumnus / Active Military $ 925 $ 1000 Resident/fellow/nurse/sonographer/ $ 825 $ 900 technologist (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 or by check or money order drawn on a U.S. bank inU.S. currency. We regret that we cannot accept checks drawn on foreign banks. Enrollmentconﬁrmation 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 awritten request only by Friday, February 1, 2013. No refunds will be made after this 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.
RAD 13 022 Nonproﬁt Org.UPCOMING CME CONFERENCES U.S. PostageView, print brochures, and register online: PAIDwww.radiology.ucsf.edu/postgrad Univ. of CaliforniaProgram dates, topics, and locations are subject to change. Radiology Postgraduate Education 3333 California Street, Suite 375 DATED MATERIALSep 10–13, 2012 Advances in Neuroimaging San Francisco, CA San Francisco, CA 94143-0629 PLEASE POSTSep 20–22 Virtual Colonoscopy Workshop San Francisco, CASep 30–Oct 5 Women’s Imaging in Wine Country Sonoma, CAOct 8–12 Interventional Radiology Review San Francisco, CAOct 28-Nov 2 Diagnostic Imaging Maui, HINov 5–9 Breast Imaging & Digital Mammography Palm Springs, CADec 2–7 Imaging Warm-up in the Caribbean St. John, USVIJan 6–11, 2013 Breast Imaging & Digital Mammography Kona, HIJan 13–18 Body Imaging Update Kona, HIJan 27–29 Cardiovascular & Pulmonary Imaging Palm Springs, CAJan 30-Feb 1 Abdominal & Pelvic Imaging Palm Springs, CAFeb 3-8 UCSF Radiology Annual Review San Fancisco, CAFeb 10–15 Neuro & Musculoskeletal Imaging Kona, HIMar 3–8 Spring Training for Radiologists Scottsdale, AZMar 7–9 Virtual Colonoscopy Workshop San Francisco, CAMar 22–24 Breast Imaging Update San Francisco, CAMay 19–24 Practical Body Imaging Yosemite, CAJun 6–8 Virtual Colonoscopy Workshop San Francisco, CAJun 23–28 Practical Tips for Covering On-Call Bermuda NEURO AND MUSCULOSKELETAL IMAGINGADDRESS CHANGES: To facilitate change-of-address, please return the February 10–15, 2013full mailing panel and do not cross out the original address. Thank you. The Fairmont Orchid – Kona, Hawaii These courses are self-supporting and receive no state funding.