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Mastery Series

Malignant Liver Lesions on MRI

Content Reviewed: 2021-12-26

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2.5 CME

38 Videos

51 Clinical Cases

2.5 CME

Course Description

After lung cancer, hepatocellular carcinoma has one of the highest mortality rates, making its detection and management critical for all patients. Learning about the vital role MRI plays in diagnosing liver cancer will make you feel more confident in your clinical practice.  

In this course, Dr. Mahun Mathur (Yale School of Medicine) examines some of the most common causes of malignant liver lesions in this region. Interpret alongside Dr. Mathur as he walks you through some of the most common diagnoses using annotations, case reviews, and helpful summaries. 

Topics covered in this course: 

  • Liver protocols (localized, T2 weighted image, T1 In-phase and out-of-phase, & T1 pre and post contrast)
  • Liver anatomy
  • Interpretation of MRI sequences 
  • LI-RADS scores 1-5
  • Morphologic cirrhosis
  • Dysplastic nodules
  • Treatment options
  • …and more!

What your colleagues liked about this series:

  • “Incredible lecture series”
  • “Great case by case guidance review in short time”
  • “I hope even more of the courses I will look at will be like this.”

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Dr. Mathur's latest course on Malignant Liver Lesions covers the 6 most common causes of cancer- malignant liver lesions.

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  • Apply appropriate search patterns to ensure high quality case assessment 
  • Identify key anatomical landmarks, variations, and abnormalities on imaging
  • Accurately interpret advanced imaging cases
  • Formulate definitive diagnoses and limited differentials
  • Instructors

    Mahan Mathur, MD

    Associate Professor, Division of Body Imaging; Vice Chair of Education, Dept of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging

    Yale School of Medicine


    Malignant Liver Lesions Pre-Course Activities

    1 Clinical Cases

    5 min.

    Watch this case review for free!

    6 m.


    Introduction and Anatomy

    2 Clinical Cases

    13 min.

    Course Evaluation

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