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  • 10 UCSF RADIOLOGY HIGHLIGHTS A PRACTICAL APPROACH TO CLINICAL IMAGING / OCT 21–25, 2013 Earn Self-Assessment Credit An opportunity for completion of three (out of four) self-assessment activities will be offered during this course: Elbow MRI (2 credits); Benign and Malignant Ob/Gyn Disease (1 credit), Patterns of Pulmonary Infections (1 credit), HRCT of the Lung (credit TBD). 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. Incorporate current concepts and recent US/CT/MR advances in genitourinary and gynecologic imaging and diseases; 2. Recognize fundamentals, potential pitfalls, and recent advances of obstetric ultrasound and breast imaging; 3. Develop a systematic approach to diagnostic dilemmas in neuroradiology, pediatric and musculoskeletal radiology; 4. Apply fundamentals and advances in cardiac and pulmonary imaging; 5. Understand principles and anticipate pitfalls of PET/CT and interventional techniques; 6. Troubleshoot approaches in diagnostic imaging and clinical treatments for specific clinical problems. The UCSF Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging is proud to present the fourth annual UCSF Radiology Highlights course. This course, featuring the breadth and depth of UCSF Radiology expertise in all the major subspecialties, is designed for practicing radiologists and covers fundamentals and pitfalls of state-of-the-art imaging and hot topics in short, focused sessions. This five-day course is designed to present a review of all systems and modalities for the general radiologist. Focused 20-minute lectures are targeted to each subspecialty and selected to provide the latest updates on imaging diagnosis. Each day will feature two unique components: 1. Clinical focus sessions of the major subspecialties that include both clinicians and radiologists from UCSF School of Medicine, addressing the latest information on diagnosis and treatment for specific disorders as directly relevant to the practicing radiologist. 2. Film panel sessions designed to show how experts in subspecialty radiology reach their differential diagnosis on unknown cases.
  • 11 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 32.25 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 7.75 in CT; 11.25 in MRI; 6.0 in US; 2.25 in Breast Imaging and 1.0 in Nuclear Medicine. 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. Nurses The California Board of Registered Nursing accepts AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ toward license renewal. This educational activity meets the requirement under California State Assembly Bill 1195, continuing education and cultural and linguistic competency. Enrollment Pre-registration is encouraged to ensure your space in this course. Pre-register by August 23, 2013 and save $75 on your enrollment fee. TUITION $1050 for practicing physicians; $1000 for UCSF Radiology Alumni and FT active military; $900 for fellows, residents, sonographers, technologists and nurses (with a letter of verification) ON-SITE REGISTRATION Monday, October 21, 2013 at 7:30 AM Marriott Union Square, 480 Sutter Street (at Powell) – San Francisco, California 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. Cable-car Turnaround Powell & Market Streets
  • 12 UCSF Co-Chairs Robert K. Kerlan Jr., MD Professor of Radiology Chief, Interventional Radiology Liina Poder, MD Associate Professor of Radiology Guest Faculty David P. Fessell, MD Associate Professor of Radiology University of Michigan at Ann Arbor UCSF Faculty David E. Avrin, MD, PhD Professor of Clinical Radiology Vice-Chair, Biological and Medical Informatics Associate Director, Radiology Residency Program A. James Barkovich, MD Professor of Radiology Chief, Pediatric Neuroradiology Spencer C. Behr, MD Assistant Professor of Radiology Natasha Brasic, MD Assistant Professor of Radiology Jonathan T. Carter, MD Assistant Professor of Surgery Soonmee Cha, MD Professor of Radiology and Neurosurgery Director, Radiology Residency Miles B. Conrad, MD, MPH Associate Clinical Professor of Radiology Daniel L. Cooke, MD Assistant Clinical Professor of Radiology Jesse Courtier, MD Assistant Professor of Radiology William P. Dillon, MD Professor and Vice-Chair of Radiology Chief, Neuroradiology Brett M. Elicker, MD Associate Professor of Clinical Radiology Chief, Cardiac and Pulmonary Imaging Vickie A. Feldstein, MD Professor of Clinical Radiology, and of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences Nicholas Fidelman, MD Assistant Professor of Radiology Roy A. Filly, MD Professor Emeritus of Radiology Co-Founder, Fetal Treatment Program Ruth B. Goldstein, MD Professor of Radiology, and of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences Chief, Ultrasound Mindy E. Goldman, MD Clinical Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences Christopher P. Hess, MD, PhD Associate Professor of Radiology Chief, Neuroradiology Veterans Affairs Medical Center Steven W. Hetts, MD Associate Professor of Radiology Chief, Neurointerventional Radiology San Francisco General Hospital and Veterans Affairs Medical Center Michael D. Hope, MD Assistant Professor of Radiology Bonnie N. Joe, MD, PhD Associate Professor of Radiology Chief, Women’s Imaging Mt. Zion Hospital Maureen P. Kohi, MD Assistant Professor of Radiology S. Andrew Josephson, MD Associate Professor of Clinical Neurology Director, Neurohospitalist Program Medical Director, Inpatient Neurology Jeanne M. LaBerge, MD Professor of Radiology Thomas M. Link, MD, PhD Professor of Radiology Chief, Musculoskeletal Imaging John D. MacKenzie, MD Assistant Professor of Radiology Chief, Pediatric Radiology Peter Marcovici, MD Assistant Professor of Radiology David M. Naeger, MD Assistant Professor of Radiology Associate Director, Nuclear Medicine Residency Karen G. Ordovás, MD Associate Professor of Radiology Miguel H. Pampaloni, MD, PhD Assistant Professor of Radiology Chief, Nuclear Medicine Andrew Phelps, MD Assistant Professor of Radiology Elissa R. Price, MD Assistant Professor of Radiology Rajiv Sawhney, MD Professor of Radiology Chief, Interventional Radiology Veterans Affairs Medical Center Lynne S. Steinbach, MD Professor of Clinical Radiology and Orthopedic Surgery Jason Talbott, MD, PhD Assistant Professor of Radiology Elaine E. Tseng, MD Associate Professor of Surgery Chief, Cardiac Surgery Veterans Affairs Medical Center Thomas H. Urbania, MD Assistant Professor of Clinical Radiology Assistant Director, Radiology Residency Z. Jane Wang, MD Assistant Professor of Radiology Emily M. Webb, MD Associate Professor of Radiology W. Richard Webb, MD Professor Emeritus of Radiology Stefanie Weinstein, MD Assistant Professor of Radiology Assistant Director, Radiology Residency Chief, Ultrasound Veterans Affairs Medical Center Antonio C. Westphalen, MD Associate Professor of Radiology David M. Wilson, MD, PhD Assistant Professor of Radiology Mark W. Wilson, MD Professor of Radiology Chief, Radiology Services San Francisco General Hospital Dorota J. Wisner, MD, PhD Assistant Professor of Radiology Francis Y.K. Yao, MD Professor of Gastroenterology Benjamin M. Yeh, MD Professor of Radiology Esther L. Yuh, MD, PhD Assistant Professor of Radiology Ronald J. Zagoria, MD, FACR Professor of Radiology Chief, Abdominal Imaging
  • 13 Radiology Highlights Program MON TUE MONDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2013 7:30 am Registration and Continental Breakfast 7:55 Welcome and Introductions Morning: Gastrointestinal 8:00 am Clinical Focus: Bariatric Jonathan T. Carter, MD Bariatric Surgery: a Surgeon’s Perspective Imaging the Bariatric Patient Antonio C. Westphalen, MD 9:00 Discussion Drs. Carter and Westphalen 9:20 Updates in Gastrointestinal PET/CT Miguel H. Pampaloni, MD, PhD 9:40 Focal Liver Masses Benjamin M. Yeh, MD 10:00 Recess 10:20 MR Enterography Stefanie Weinstein, MD 10:40 Imaging of the Appendix: Tips & Tricks Emily M. Webb, MD 11:00 Fatty Structures of the Abdomen and Pelvis Benjamin M. Yeh, MD 11:20 Cystic Pancreatic Mass Emily M. Webb, MD 11:40 Lunch (on own) Afternoon: Genitourinary 1:00 pm Abdominal Transplant Imaging Stefanie Weinstein, MD 1:20 Mimics of Gynecologic Malignancy Liina Poder, MD 1:40 Abdomen & Pelvis: Pearls and Pitfalls Antonio C. Westphalen, MD 2:00 Updates in Gentiourinary PET/CT Spencer C. Behr, MD 2:20 Renal Mass Evaluation: Pearls & Pitfalls Z. Jane Wang, MD 2:40 Recess 3:00 Renal Tumor Ablation: Results and Imaging Follow-up Ronald J. Zagoria, MD 3:20 MRI of the Prostate: a Practical Approach Antonio C. Westphalen, MD 3:40 Adrenal Masses: a Practical Approach Z. Jane Wang, MD 4:00 MR in Pregnancy Liina Poder, MD 4:20 Questions & Discussion 4:30 Adjourn TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2013 7:30 am Continental Breakfast Morning: Neuro 8:00 am Clinical Focus: Subarachnoid Hemorrhage S. Andrew Josephson, MD Practical Tips: Aneurysm Therapy Daniel L. Cooke, MD 9:00 Discussion Drs. Cooke and Josephson 9:20 Myelopathy: Case Review William P. Dillon, MD 9:40 Spine Infections Jason Talbott, MD, PhD 10:00 Recess 10:20 Developmental Delay A. James Barkovich, MD 10:40 Sella David M. Wilson, MD, PhD 11:00 Brain Tumor Update Soonmee Cha, MD 11:20 Non-CNS Vascular Anomalies Christopher P. Hess, MD, PhD 11:40 Neck Mass Review Esther L. Yuh, MD, PhD 12:00 pm Lunch (on own)
  • 14 WED TUE S A S A TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2013 Afternoon: Musculoskeletal 1:00 pm MRI of the Elbow: Lecture Lynne S. Steinbach, MD 2:00 MRI of the Elbow: Quiz & Answers Lynne S. Steinbach, MD 2:30 MRI of ACL: Tears, Grafts and More David Fessell, MD 2:50 Recess 3:10 Shoulder: Adhesive Capsulitis Lynne S. Steinbach, MD 3:30 New Pulse Sequences for MSK Thomas M. Link, MD, PhD 3:50 MRI of Ankle Tendon Pathology David Fessell, MD 4:10 Bone Interventions, Biopsies and RFA Thomas M. Link, MD, PhD 4:30 Adjourn WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2013 7:30 am Continental Breakfast Morning: Ultrasound & Breast 8:00 am Clinical Focus: Common Gynecologic Conditions Gynecologic Decision Making Mindy E. Goldman, MD Role of Imaging in Gynecologic Decision Making Vickie A. Feldstein, MD 9:00 Discussion Dr. Feldstein and Goldman 9:20 Thyroid Nodules: Which to Biopsy or Not Ruth B. Goldstein, MD 9:40 Quick Tips for US-Guided Needle Procedures Vickie A. Feldstein, MD 10:00 Recess 10:20 Updates in First Trimester: Threatened Abortion Natasha Brasic, MD 10:40 A Practical Approach to Adnexa Liina Poder, MD 11:00 Benign vs. Malignant Lesions: Roy A. Filly, MD Why Doppler US Does Not Work 11:20 Instructive Cases in Breast MRI Bonnie N. Joe, MD, PhD 11:40 Lunch (on own) Afternoon: Ultrasound & Breast 1:00 pm Film Panel: Ultrasound (with Audience Response) Drs. Brasic and Poder 2:00 MRI for Extent of Disease Natasha Brasic, MD 2:20 MRI-Guided Breast Biopsy: Finer Points Elissa R. Price, MD 2:40 Recess Parallel Session A: Didactic Lectures - Breast Imaging 3:00 US-Guided Biopsies: Tips & Tricks Natasha Brasic, MD 3:20 Breast Calcifications Dorota J. Wisner, MD, PhD 3:40 Current Status on PET in Breast Cancer Miguel H. Pampaloni, MD, PhD 4:00 Stereotactic Core Biopsy Dorota J. Wisner, MD, PhD 4:20 Questions & Discussion 4:30 Adjourn Parallel Session B: Self-Assessment -Uterus/Endometrium/Cervix 3:00 Benign/Malignant Gynecologic Disease – 1 Liina Poder, MD 3:45 Benign/Malignant Gynecologic Disease – 2 Liina Poder, MD 4:15 Benign/Malignant Gyn Disease: Quiz & Answers Liina Poder, MD 4:30 Adjourn
  • 15 www.exploratorium.edu New Location April 2013 Pier 15 at the Embarcadero photos courtesy of the Expl0ratorium S A THR S A THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2013 7:30 am Continental Breakfast Morning: Cardiac & Vascular 8:00 am Clinical Focus: Cardiovascular Imaging Cardiovascular Surgery Elaine E. Tseng, MD What the Surgeon Wants to Know Michael D. Hope, MD 9:00 Cardiovascular Discussion Drs. Hope and Tseng 9:20 Coronary CTA Indications Karen G. Ordovás, MD 9:40 Acute Aortic Syndromes Michael D. Hope, MD 10:00 Recess 10:20 Cardiac Findings on Routine Chest CT Karen G. Ordovás, MD 10:40 Lung Cancer Imaging: a Comprehensive Approach David M. Naeger, MD 11:00 CTA of Aortic Stent Grafts Rajiv Sawhney, MD 11:20 Peripheral Vascular System: CT/MRI Miles B. Conrad, MD MPH 11:40 Lunch (on own) Afternoon: Pulmonary 1:00 pm Film Panel: Pulmonary (with Audience Response) Drs. Elicker, Urbania, Webb 2:00 Solitary Pulmonary Nodule Brett M. Elicker, MD 2:20 Pulmonary Embolism: CT Update Thomas H. Urbania, MD 2:40 Recess Parallel Session C: Self-Assessment - Pulmonary Infections 3:00 What Bug is This? Pulmonary Infections - 1 Thomas H. Urbania, MD 3:45 What Bug is This? Pulmonary Infections - 2 Thomas H. Urbania, MD 4:15 What Bug is This?: Quiz & Answers Thomas H. Urbania, MD 4:30 Adjourn Parallel Session D: Self-Assessment - HRCT of the Lung 3:00 HRCT of the Lung: a General Approach Brett M. Elicker, MD 3:30 Lung Fibrosis: Findings and Patterns Brett M. Elicker, MD 3:45 Small Airways Disease: Findings Based Approach Brett M. Elicker, MD 4:00 HRCT of Diffuse Nodular Lung Disease Brett M. Elicker, MD 4:15 HRCT Reading Room Cases: Quiz & Answers Brett M. Elicker, MD 4:30 Adjourn
  • 16 SF Entertainment / Tours www.onlyinsanfrancisco.com / #1 U.S. City – 2010 Reader’s Choice, Conde Nast Traveler TIX Bay Area sells advance full- and half-price tickets to many of San Francisco’s most popular theater and music productions. Check the website above for a complete listing. Same-day Half-Price Tickets TIX Bay Area, Union Square (Powell & Geary streets) Booth opens at 11 am, Tuesday−Sunday (walk-up only) Advance Full- and Half-Price Tickets www.theatrebayarea.org (online purchases only) SF Opera www.sfopera.com; 415–864–3330 SF Symphony www.sfsymphony.org; 415–864–6000 Beach Blanket Babylon www.beachblanketbabylon.com; 415–421–4222 DeYoung Museum (Golden Gate Park) http://famsf.org/deyoung; 415–750–3600 Academy of Sciences (Golden Gate Park) www.calacademy.com; 415-379-8000 San Francisco Visitor Information Center 800 Market Street at Powell/Fifth (at the cable-car turnaround) Advance discount tour tickets for many of SF’s most popular attractions are available by phone at 800–637–5196, or online at http://onlysf.sfvisitor.org/what_to_do. Click on “Tickets & Tours” on the left-hand menu. FRI FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2013 7:30 am Continental Breakfast Morning: Interventional 8:00 am Clinical Focus: Hepatocellular Cancer Francis Y.K. Yao, MD 8:30 Clinical Focus: Interventional Treatment of HCC Nicholas Fidelman, MD 9:00 Discussion 9:20 Updates in Fibroid Treatments Maureen P. Kohi, MD 9:40 Biopsy Tips & Trips David E. Avrin, MD 10:00 Recess 10:20 Interventional MRI: A New Frontier Mark W. Wilson, MD 10:40 Interventional Treatment of Acute Stroke Steven W. Hetts, MD 11:00 Updates in Percutaneous Renal Tumor Ablation Jeanne M. LaBerge, MD 11:20 Portal Hypertension: The Usual and Unusual Robert K. Kerlan Jr., MD 11:40 Lunch (on own) Afternoon: Pedatrics 1:00 pm Film Panel: Pediatric (with Audience Response) Drs. Courtier and MacKenzie 2:00 10 Common Mistakes in Pediatric MSK Imaging John D. MacKenzie, MD 2:20 MRI of Pediatric Small Bowel Jesse Courtier, MD 2:40 Recess 3:00 Update on Pediatric Liver MRI Jesse Courtier, MD 3:20 Imaging Transitions: Fetus to Neonate Peter Marcovici, MD 3:40 Pediatric Ultrasound: Updates Andrew Phelps, MD 4:00 Adjourn
  • 17 Book Your Hotel Early Marriott SF Union Square 480 Sutter Street at Powell 866-912-0973 or 415–398–8900 Book online: www.marriott.com/sfous with Group Code: ucsucsa Reservation deadline: Friday, Sep. 20, 2013 Room rate: $275 single/double Room rate includes guest-room internet. When making your accommodation decision, please take into consideration that staying at the host hotel helps UCSF meet its contractual obligations and keeps registration fees reasonable. The Marriott’s premier location in the heart of Union Square is ideal as many of the city’s shopping areas and attractions are within walking distance, and the Powell Street Cable Car to Fisherman’s Wharf stops right outside of the hotel. The Hotel offers 400 over-sized guest rooms including luxurious suites, many which have spectacular San Francisco bay and city views. Additionally, guests can enjoy the fitness center and utilize the business center. Call the hotel directly at the number above, and mention that you are attending the UCSF Radiology Highlights course to receive the special rate. Reservation requests made after the deadline will be extended accommodations on a rate- and space-available basis only. A major credit card is required to guarantee the reservation. Reservations must be cancelled with 24-hours advance notice or a one-night’s stay will be charged. Room rates are subject to all state and local taxes, currently 14% (subject to change). Check-in is 4:00 pm; check-out is 12:00 noon. Maximum occupancy per room is 4 persons. Nightly parking is $49 standard-size vehicle and $59 oversize (with in & out privileges, subject to change). Bin 480 Lounge
  • 18 Air Travel UCSF Radiology has negotiated discounted fares with American and United Airlines for radiology course attendees. To ensure the lowest fares, book with the airlines directly using the following codes, either online or by phone: Airline Website Code Toll-free American www.aa.com/groups 33H3AA 800−433−1790 United www.ual.com ZN8V234613 800−521−4041 ($25 fee via phone) Flights can be arranged to either San Francisco (SFO) or Oakland (OAK) airports. BART subway service (the least expensive transit option), shuttle vans and taxis are avilable from both airports to downtown San Francisco. For more information on transit options to/from both SFO and OAK airports, visit: SFO: www.flysfo.com OAK: www.oaklandairport.com Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) 877–679–7000 / www.bart.gov BART trains connect the cities surrounding San Francisco within the Bay Area, as well as SFO and OAK airports. BART is accessible from both SFO and OAK to the downtown SF underground transit stations along Market Street. The JW Marriott is closest to the Powell Station. For schedules, travel times and costs from both airports, visit the website listed above. Bay Area Trip Planner http://transit.511.org Enter your origin and destination points to get public transit options (BART/MUNI), travel times and fare costs to/from both SFO and OAK. Local Transportation San Francisco Municipal Railway (Muni) 415–701–2311 / www.sfmta.com SF MUNI operates busses, streetcars and the subway within the city. Weeklong passes, coupon booklets, and one-, three- and seven- day passports make getting around San Francisco much easier and less expensive. For information on the types of services offered, passes, costs and ticket purchase locations, visit the website listed above. Note: when riding MUNI, always ask for a free transfer/fare receipt as proof of payment, in order to avoid fines/tickets. Rental Cars Hertz 800–654–2240 CV# 01SY0253 (Radiology Highlights) Although renting a car is not necessary, reduced rates can be obtained through Hertz for any side-trips that you might schedule along with your stay. There is a Hertz Rental location just four blocks from the Marriott at Mason & O’Farrell. To receive the special discounted rates, contact Hertz directly and give them the CV number listed above. Alcatraz Museum of Modern Art Coit Tower and Bay Bridge
  • 19 REGISTRATION UCSF RADIOLOGY HIGHLIGHTS (RAD14 006) October 21–25, 2013 / Marriott Union Square, San Francisco Early Enrollment Deadline: August 23, 2013 Four easy ways to register: 1. Online at www.cme.ucsf.edu 2. Fax this form to 415−502−1795 3. Mail this form to UCSF Office of CME, PO Box 45368, San Francisco, CA 94145–0368 4. 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 Degree Address ____________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ Tel ________________________________ Fax ________________________________ Area Code Area Code E-mail _____________________________________________________________________ You must provide an email address with your registration to receive advance syllabus information. 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 day REGISTRATION FULL COURSE PER DAY ONLY (3 day limit) Check: By 8/23/13 After 8/23/13 Mon Tue Wed Thr Fri Physician (MD/DO)  $ 975  $1050      $275 / day UCSF Rad Alumni/FT Military  $ 925  $1000      $275 / day Resident/Fellow/RN/RDMS  $ 825  $ 900      $200 / day (with letter of verification) WED, OCT 23, 3:00–4:30 PM (choose one)  A) Breast Imaging - Lectures  B) Gynecologic Disease - SAM THR, OCT 24, 3:00–4:30 PM (choose one)  C) Pulmonary Infections - SAM  D) HRCT of the Lung - SAM METHOD OF PAYMENT  Check enclosed, payable to UC Regents. 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. 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 by Friday, 10/11/2013. 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.