Content Reviewed: 2022-11-14
24 Clinical Cases
Read alongside Dr. Stefan Zimmerman (Johns Hopkins Medicine) as he walks through his approach to reading Cardiac CT in patients with suspected coronary artery disease (CAD). This Course can help you achieve your CME requirements for SCCT and NACSI verification programs, and also includes 22 video cases (Category B1) to help fulfill your SCCT Contrast CT case requirement.
Learning Outcomes & CME Information
SA-CME now available! In addition to earning AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™, this course is eligible for SA-CME credit. Note: the course evaluation must be completed and SA-CME selected in order to claim SA-CME credit.
After completing this course, you will be better able to:
Stefan Loy Zimmerman, MD
Associate Professor of Radiology and Radiological Science
Johns Hopkins Medicine Department of Radiology and Radiological Science
1 topic, 7 min.
4 topics, 34 min.
23 topics, 129 min.
Optimal Use of Ambra to Review Coronary CT Cases in this Course7 m.
Approach to Reading Coronary CT - Overview of Case Series7 m.
Right Dominant Coronary System5 m.
Left Dominant Coronary System4 m.
Ramus intermedius2 m.
Mild Non-Calcified Plaque7 m.
Minimal Calcified Plaque5 m.
Mild Calcified Plaque6 m.
Moderate Plaque - Case 18 m.
Moderate Plaque - Case 27 m.
Severe Non-Calcified Plaque11 m.
Severe Calcified/Mixed Plaque11 m.
Total Occlusion5 m.
Cocaine Related Vasospasm7 m.
Coronary Dissection7 m.
Anomalous LAD from Right Cusp9 m.
Anomalous RCA from Left Cusp - Pre & Post Operative - Unroofing6 m.
Retroaortic Circumflex from the Right Cusp3 m.
Myocardial Bridging9 m.
Pitfall: Motion Artifacts4 m.
Pitfall: Calcium Blooming4 m.
Pitfall: Inaccurate CPR5 m.
Cardiac CT - Summary1 m.