Emergency Neuroimaging: Head, Neck & Spine

Content reviewed: September 27, 2021
The Emergency Neuroimaging course is designed to prepare radiologists to be “on call” for emergency departments. This course is reserved for residency programs and groups.
7.25 CME
video player 115 Videos
450 Minutes

Course Includes

  • 104 Lessons
  • 120 Topics
  • 47 Quizzes

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

  •       Provide high quality imaging services in the emergency care setting
  •       Accurately interpret imaging cases
  •       Evaluate the most common presentations on imaging
  •       Propose appropriate next steps for patient care related to likely diagnoses
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This course provides learners with six common clinical scenarios and the most likely emergency diagnoses they may represent. The course is designed to test the learner’s knowledge of emergency diagnoses in the head, neck & spine through a series of quizzes and questions. Video explanations are provided for each entity as well as DICOM cases and reports.

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Lesson Content
Emergency Neuroimaging: Head, Neck & Spine - Introduction
Orbital Trauma/Inflammation - Clinical Scenario 1
Facial/Neck Trauma - Clinical Scenario 2
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Instructor Dr. David M Yousem, MBA, MD
Professor of Radiology, Vice Chairman and Associate Dean
Johns Hopkins University
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