MRI Online Video Courses

An MRI Online membership gives you unlimited access to our entire library of high-quality, specialized courses & CME. Courses are not sold individually. Click on individual courses below to learn more about the curriculum. Start your journey today.

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MRI MASTERY SERIES: Malignant Liver Lesions

Dr. Mathur's latest course, MRI Mastery Series: Malignant Liver Lesions, covers the 6 most common causes of cancer- malignant liver lesions.

MRI Mastery Series: Sports Hernia

Dr. Pomeranz is very passionate about the topic of sports hernias - in fact, he wrote an entire textbook on the topic!

MRI Mastery Series: Extradural Spinal Lesions (ED)

In Dr. Yousem’s third part of spinal lesions series, he dives into the different etiologies of extradural spinal lesions which can compress the dura and mimic intradural lesions.


Free Course - We are releasing the first six case reviews with a didactic lecture to come.

MRI Mastery Series: Intradural Extramedullary Lesions (IDEM)

Dr. Yousem returns with his second part of a series on spinal lesions.

MRI Mastery Series: Intradural Intramedullary Spinal Lesions

What is the 2nd craziest spinal lesion case Dr. Yousem has ever seen? Are there times a radiologist should throw up their hands and say "I don't know?" Can using too much denture cream really cause long term consequences?


Dr. Pomeranz returns with his newest course on the updated criteria for PI-RADS 2.1

MRI Mastery Series: Demyelinating Disease

Dr. Yousem introduces this series with a look at the anatomy involved in these processes as well as a discussion on imaging technique. We then take a deep dive into case review covering nearly 30 cases.

Most Commonly Imaged MSK Cases: Cincinnati Live Review

The Most Commonly Imaged MSK Cases: Cincinnati Live Review was recorded over 3 days at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio and offers more than 90 cases reviewed by Stephen Pomeranz and Mahesh Thapa.

Imaging Mastery Series: Brain Trauma

There are few things in imaging more daunting than evaluating cases of head trauma. Keeping your cool and making informed decisions are a critical piece in guiding a trauma patient to quick relief of their symptoms and hopefully to a road for recovery.

Imaging Mastery Series: Pediatric MSK, Presented by Mahesh Thapa, MD

When it comes to imaging - pediatric patients aren't just tiny adults. Differences range from the obvious appearance of an open growth plate to the more nuanced signal intensities of ossification centers.

Imaging Mastery Series: Benign Liver Lesions, Presented by Mahan Mathur, MD

While CT serves as a regular detection modality for hepatic lesions, MRI helps us to further delineate the appearances and characteristics of masses in the liver.

Imaging Mastery Series: Orbit, Presented by David Yousem, MD

In the Imaging Mastery Series: Orbit, Dave Yousem, MD walks you through everything you need to know about imaging the orbits, covering protocol, anatomy and a case review session centered around ocular pathology.

MRI Mastery Series: Brain Anatomy

Arguably one of the most important tools a radiologist can keep in their toolbox is a solid understanding of the anatomy present on a scan.

MRI Mastery Series: Knee

Seems like it should be pretty easy, right? By now you probably know that the anatomy is deceptively complex, combinations of injuries can be challenging, and of course the referring clinician's expectations are as high as the range of meniscus injuries is wide.

MRI Mastery Series: Hip

OK, so it’s a bilateral capsule joint that could be scanned unilaterally, or with a wide field of view that makes you responsible for reading any findings within a force field of (insert magnet bore size here). No problem, right?

MRI Mastery Series: Thumb & Finger

If you’re lucky, you have eight fingers and two thumbs that perform innumerable tasks for you – and along the way they can get caught, popped, crushed, locked, punctured, jammed or bent in ways that are just plain wrong.

MRI Mastery Series: Wrist

It might have six compartments, but sure seems like a lot more. And there may be only (!) 16 bones in the wrist, but some of those 27 hand bones could figure into your report equation before you even get to the connective and soft tissues.

MRI Mastery Series: Ankle

People take their ankles for granted, and it shows in the frequency and mechanism of injuries to this joint. Whether it’s a game-time injury featuring an athlete or a grocery store parking lot accident involving your elderly neighbor, reading an ankle MRI entails participation in decisions about a patient’s mobility and therefore their quality of life.

MRI Mastery Series: Spine

The Spine MRI Course features 27 rare and challenging spine MRI cases. Each one is reviewed in tandem with Dr. Pomeranz and Dr.Malcolm Shupeck. Dr. Shupeck has two decades of experience as a neurosurgeon and another 10 years of experience as a neuroradiologist and brings a unique, and valuable, perspective to assessing spine case.

MRI Mastery Series: Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ)

MRI Mastery Series: Elbow

One of the busiest joints in your body, just three bones come together to activate the hinge joint that is your elbow. It is often the rotational elements of the arm which can make elbow evaluation more complex – the stabilizing ligaments and tendons and the interwoven muscles involve much more than just the biceps/triceps combo.

MRI Mastery Series: Shoulder

Don’t let MRI of the shoulder SLAP you around! There is a range of normal variant presentation in this joint capsule, but with some guidance in detecting indirect signs and corollary findings, you can make a lot of headway toward eliminating needless uncertainty in your reporting and confidently giving a well-reasoned differential.

MRI Mastery Series: Prostate

Updated for PI-RADS version 2, this course is designed for attending radiologists (residents, fellows) who need to learn how to assess prostate cancer on MRI. Become your group's expert prostate reader and win more referrals. Earn 6 ACCME Category 1 credits upon completion.

MRI Mastery Series: Masses

Soft tissue masses are the brain teasers of imaging. There are a few that are pathognomonic, some that narrow down to either/or, and a whole lot that fall into the “could be”/differential of likelihood range.

MRI Mastery Series: Sella

Differentiating masses in the sellar region is the first and most important step in a patient's care. Pituitary tumors range from "leave it alone" lesions to emergent states. Mass appearances can be deceptive and their point of origin can be difficult to trace. Even more importantly, do you know what critical pieces of information the clinician needs to know?

MRI Mastery Series: Neurodegenerative Disease

As the average lifespan of the general population increases, neurodegenerative diseases have become more prominent and the need for imaging is expanding.

MRI Mastery Series: Neurovascular

Introducing MRI Online's newest Mastery Series on Neurovascular Imaging. This series includes nearly 30 vignettes and offers 3 CME upon completion.

MRI Mastery Series: Brain Tumors

MRI Mastery Series: Brain Tumors tackles one of the most enigmatic topics in neuroradiology; cerebellar masses. Each module in this series is built to cover a specific subset of brain lesions. Mastery Series: Brain Tumors currently offers lectures on meningiomas and non-glial tumors.

MRI Mastery Series: Ovarian Masses

Ultrasound is a valuable imaging tool, but sometimes you have to call in your heavy hitters. In the MRI Mastery Series: Ovarian Masses we discuss when you might consider using MRI as your follow up modality of choice. We also discuss some of the critical points relevant to imaging of the female pelvis and clinical management of these lesions.

MRI Mastery Series: Renal Masses

Renal lesions represent a complex group of masses that frequently require a detailed assessment on MRI. Among their number you'll find some of the most common extracranial masses found in the pediatric community to life threatening carcinomas.