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CT Colonography: How to Get Started - Part 2
  • Presenter: Dr. Sangeet Ghai
  • Runtime: 24:52
  • Format: Video + PowerPoint
  • Created: November 21, 2011

$15 USD

MODULE DESCRIPTION: The necessary technical and personnel requirements for setting up a successful CT colonography screening and treatment program. This presentation is split into two parts. Part 1 describes the technical requirements needed to setup a CTC program in your hospital, including the personnel that is required and the relationships needed with your clinical colleagues. Part 2 discusses patient education (touching a little on preparation), colonic insufflation, intravenous spasmolytics, training, and quality assurance.
CT Colonography: Image Interpretation and Pitfalls - Part 1
  • Presenter: Dr. Tanya Chawla
  • Runtime: 20:16
  • Format: Video + PowerPoint
  • Created: November 21, 2011

$15 USD

MODULE DESCRIPTION: The main purpose of CTC is detection of the advanced adenoma with an accepted surrogate that exceeds a centimeter in size. The morphology of polyps is examined and include: sessile, pedunculated, flattened, lobulated, and kissing. Linear measurements are the current standard and this talk includes both 2D and 3D techniques. Image interpretation includes a discussion of a combined interpretative approach (2D and 3D), novel 3D (widening endoluminal FOV, computer-aided detection, translucency rendering tool), 2D evaluation (windowing), normal anatomical variants, and interpretive pitfalls.
CT Colonography: Image Interpretation and Pitfalls - Part 2
  • Presenter: Dr. Tanya Chawla
  • Runtime: 18:22
  • Format: Video + PowerPoint
  • Created: November 21, 2011

$15 USD

MODULE DESCRIPTION: The main purpose of CTC is detection of the advanced adenoma with an accepted surrogate that exceeds a centimeter in size. The morphology of polyps is examined and include: sessile, pedunculated, flattened, lobulated, and kissing. Linear measurements are the current standard and this talk includes both 2D and 3D techniques. Image interpretation includes a discussion of a combined interpretative approach (2D and 3D), novel 3D (widening endoluminal FOV, computer-aided detection, translucency rendering tool), 2D evaluation (windowing), normal anatomical variants, and interpretive pitfalls.
CT Colonography: Standardized Reporting
  • Presenter: Dr. Sangeet Ghai
  • Runtime: 23:49
  • Format: Video + PowerPoint
  • Created: November 21, 2011

$15 USD

MODULE DESCRIPTION: The primary aim of reporting is to describe clinically relevant colonic and extra-colonic findings and to make appropriate recommendations for follow-up. A structured CTC report includes an indication, technique, quality of examination, colonic and extra-colonic findings, summary, and recommendations.
CT Fluoro guidance
  • Presenter: Dr. Kieran Murphy
  • Runtime: 18:51
  • Format: Video + PowerPoint
  • Created: November 08, 2011

$40 USD

MODULE DESCRIPTION: CT fluoro guidance is a great tool for complex image guidance. Review the use of guidance for needles in the brain and spine, to navigate around sensitive structures, arteries, veins, nerves, and the brain, in order to biopsy or deliver chemicals, anesthetics agents, and bone cement. Also safety concerns and devices used to prevent unnecessary exposure to the radiologist.
CT History and Physics
  • Presenter: Dr. Hatem Mehrez
  • Runtime: 20:34
  • Format: Video + PowerPoint
  • Created: June 11, 2012

$30 USD

MODULE DESCRIPTION: This presentation discusses the physics and history of CT as well as all major recent developments. Dr. Mehrez then focusses his talk on image reconstruction and image artifacts; their origin and how to reduce or prevent them.
CT of Small Bowel: A Pattern-Based Approach - Part 1
  • Presenter: Dr. Korosh Khalili
  • Runtime: 15:49
  • Format: Video + PowerPoint
  • Created: August 23, 2012

$25 USD

MODULE DESCRIPTION: A review of differential diagnosis of small bowel diseases. The pattern-based approach uses the patterns of: diffuse and smooth regularly thickened folds, diffuse distorted and irregular thickened folds, malabsorption pattern, focal bowel wall thickening, and distal/terminal ileal diseases.
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