Case Review Live

Take your case interpretation skills to a higher level by reviewing challenging cases shoulder to shoulder with master readers twice a week.

Every Tuesday and Thursday. Posted on-demand the following week.

Exclusive to annual and two-year members.

63 CME
video player 74 Videos
3753 Minutes

Course Includes

  • 11 Lessons
  • 82 Topics

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After completing this course, you will be better able to:

  •       Accurately interpret advanced imaging cases
  •       Distinguish subtle abnormalities on imaging
  •       Communicate findings, definitive diagnoses and limited differentials
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Exclusive to annual and two-year members

Case Review Live focuses on a different radiology subspecialty, providing you the opportunity to interpret cases before our faculty walks you through the diagnoses. This is your opportunity to assess your skills and interact with master readers to fine tune your knowledge and improve your confidence.


Each biweekly session features:
  • 5-10 case reviews
  • Interactive interpretation from the audience
  • Q&A at the end of each session
  • Access to the case images*
  • 1 CME credit*
To participate in the live case reviews complete the registration forms located under Register Here for each session you’re interested in. Once registered, you will receive an email confirming your attendance to the live event.
*Case Images, CME claim, and the recordings for each session will be posted one week after it took place.

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What your colleagues say

“I really enjoy this teaching format over the standard lecture. Looking at cases cold is so much more effective than watching someone show you pictures for hours. I love it.”

Dr. Derek Archer
Toronto, Canada

“The material is amazing. The best I have ever seen. Really advanced, yet explained in a simple way”

Dr. Miguel Nogueira
Porto, Portugal

“I believe you are a revolutionary organization that is positively disrupting the way we train future MRI radiologists. Well done.”

Dr. Rocki Doss
Perth, Australia