MRI Mastery Series: Renal Masses

Content reviewed: May 14, 2019
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.
2.25 CME
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135 Minutes

Course Includes

  • 6 Lessons
  • 37 Topics

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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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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.

In this series we’ll explore some of the top indications for renal MRI, the methods for staging these lesions, and take a look at the next steps in patient care. Some of the topics and diagnoses in this course include:

  • Renal Angiomyolipoma
  • Wilms Tumor
  • Renal Cell Carcinoma
  • Horseshoe Kidney
  • Renal Cysts

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Instructor Dr. Stephen J Pomeranz, MD
Chief Medical Officer, ProScan Imaging. Founder, MRI Online
ProScan Imaging
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