INSTRUCTOR
Dr. Suresh Mukherji, MD, MBA, FACR

ProScan Imaging
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

"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

MRI Mastery Series: CP Angle Masses

Content reviewed: August 11, 2021

Whether you're a neuroradiologist or a general radiologist you're going to be evaluating patients with hearing loss, with dizziness and with vertigo.
0.75CME
15 Videos
46Minutes

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

  •       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
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INSTRUCTOR
Dr. Suresh Mukherji, MD, MBA, FACR

ProScan Imaging
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

"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

In the majority of cases, patients will have brain MRI’s and CT’s performed.  Typically we tend to focus on the causes being centrally within the brain, but eventually you’re going to have various pathologies that can cause these symptoms. As radiologists we are charged with evaluating the brain and we perform MRI and we are going to have to be fluent with not only the central causes within the brain, but also the cerebellopontine angle. When we evaluate the cerebellopontine angle, we’re responsible for the anatomy, for the imaging technique and accurately diagnosing the various pathologies that can occur in this important area.

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