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The Carotid Space
Mastery Series
3.25 CME
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David M Yousem
David M Yousem
Johns Hopkins University
Introduction to the Carotid Space
3 m.
Suprahyoid Spaces of the Head and Neck
3 m.
Carotid Space Imaging Protocols
2 m.
Contents of the Carotid Space
2 m.
Carotid Space – Vitamin C&D
2 m.
Vasculopathies and Variants
6 m.
Carotid Fibromuscular Dysplasia with Dissection
7 m.
Takayasu’s arteritis
2 m.
Loeys-Dietz Syndrome
1 m.
Marfan’s Syndrome
1 m.
Carotid Space Infections
5 m.
Causes of Internal Jugular Vein Thrombosis
5 m.
Lemierre’s Syndrome
4 m.
Internal Jugular Vein Thrombosis
3 m.
Ludwig’s Angina (Carotid)
3 m.
Internal Carotid Arteritis Secondary to Sialadenitis
2 m.
Trauma in the Carotid Space
1 m.
Penetrating Gunshot Wound of the Carotid Artery
4 m.
Idiopathic Internal Carotid Artery Dissection
4 m.
Internal Carotid Artery Dissection and Pseudoaneurysm
3 m.
Horner Syndrome with Carotid Dissection
5 m.
Carotid Blowout
3 m.
Dissection and Strokes
6 m.
Cervical Carotid Artery Dissection
3 m.
Horner Syndrome
4 m.
Value of Neurovascular Imaging for Seat Belt Injury
5 m.
Right Internal Carotid Artery Pseudoaneurysm
3 m.
Carotidynia – summary
3 m.
Carotidynia
2 m.
Carotid Space Neoplasms
1 m.
Carotid Body Tumor
3 m.
Carotid Body Tumor - Right Side
2 m.
Bilateral Carotid Body Tumors
3 m.
Carotid Body Tumor - Summary
4 m.
Carotid Body Tumor Preoperative Imaging
3 m.
Glomus Jugulare – summary
3 m.
Glomus Jugulare with Tinnitis
4 m.
Glomus Jugulare
2 m.
Glomus Jugulare Tumor
1 m.
Glomus Vagale – summary
2 m.
Glomus Vagale
5 m.
Hereditary Paragangliomas
3 m.
Glomus Vagale, Carotid Body Tumor, Multiple Paragangliomas
4 m.
Carotid Space Schwannomas
6 m.
Vagal Schwannoma
4 m.
Vagal Schwannoma, Growing in to Jugular Foramen
4 m.
Carotid Space Neoplasms and Mass Effect
4 m.
Sympathetic Trunk Neurofibroma in Neurofibromatosis
4 m.
Carotid Space Meningioma
2 m.
Carotid Invasion and Malignancy
2 m.
Glottic Squamous Cell Carcinoma Invading the Carotid Space
4 m.
Carotid Encasement from Metastatic Neuroblastoma
2 m.
Characterizing Carotid Encasement
4 m.
Lymph nodes by level of involvement
3 m.
Tumors Impacting the Internal Jugular Vein
2 m.
Papillary Thyroid Carcinoma Metastasis Mimicking Glomus
4 m.
Pathology in the Carotid Space – Summary
5 m.
The Cervical Sympathetic Chain
<1 m.
Vagus Nerve Anatomy
2 m.
Deep Cervical Fascia of the Carotid Sheath
3 m.
Head & Neck Squamous Cell Malignancy
Mastery Series
6 CME
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Sidney Levy, MBBS, PhD
Sidney Levy, MBBS, PhD
I-MED
Anatomy and Boundaries of the Oral Cavity
5 m.
Anatomy of the Buccal Mucosa
4 m.
Anatomy of the Alveolar Mucosa
4 m.
Anatomy of the Retromolar Trigone
4 m.
Anatomy of the Floor of Mouth
6 m.
Anatomy of the Hard Palate
3 m.
Anatomy of the Oral Tongue
4 m.
Principles of T Staging of Oral Cavity Squamous Cell Malignancy
4 m.
Principles of N and M Staging of Oral Cavity Squamous Cell Malignancy
5 m.
Diagnosis of Oral Tongue Squamous Cell Malignancy
6 m.
T Staging of Oral Tongue Squamous Cell Malignancy
6 m.
N and M Staging of Oral Tongue Squamous Cell Malignancy
5 m.
Diagnosis of Buccal Mucosal Squamous Cell Malignancy
4 m.
T Staging of Buccal Mucosal Squamous Cell Malignancy
3 m.
N and M Staging of Buccal Mucosal Squamous Cell Malignancy
3 m.
Diagnosis of Alveolar Mucosal Squamous Cell Malignancy
6 m.
T Staging of Alveolar Mucosal Squamous Cell Malignancy
5 m.
Diagnosis of Retromolar Trigone Squamous Cell Malignancy
5 m.
T Staging of Retromolar Trigone Squamous Cell Malignancy
4 m.
Diagnosis of Hard Palate Squamous Cell Malignancy
4 m.
T Staging of Hard Palate Squamous Cell Malignancy
4 m.
Diagnosis of Floor of Mouth Squamous Cell Malignancy
9 m.
T Staging of Floor of Mouth Squamous Cell Malignancy
6 m.
N and M Staging of Floor of Mouth Squamous Cell Malignancy
4 m.
Marrow Infiltration and Perineural Infiltration in the Oral Cavity
5 m.
Cervical Lymph Node Levels 1A and 1B
5 m.
Cervical Lymph Node Level 2a and 2b
5 m.
Cervical Lymph Nodes Level 3
5 m.
Cervical Lymph Nodes Level 4
3 m.
Cervical Lymph Nodes Levels 5a & 5b
3 m.
Cervical Lymph Nodes Level 6
2 m.
Cervical Lymph Nodes Level 7
2 m.
Anatomy and Boundaries of the Oropharynx
3 m.
Anatomy of the Tongue Base
3 m.
Anatomy of the Palatine Tonsil
4 m.
Anatomy of the Soft Palate
2 m.
Anatomy of the Posterior Oropharyngeal Wall
3 m.
Oropharyngeal SCC of the Base of Tongue
3 m.
Oropharyngeal Carcinoma: Nodal Drainage and Differential Dx
4 m.
Staging Oropharynx Cancer, T-staging
4 m.
Staging Oropharynx Cancer, N-Staging
6 m.
Oropharynx - Base of Tongue SCC: T-Staging
3 m.
Base of Tongue Oropharyngeal Carcinoma, N & M Staging
2 m.
Oropharynx - SCC of the Palatine Tonsil
3 m.
Oropharynx - Palatine Tonsil SCC: Paths of Spread
4 m.
Oropharynx - Lymphadenopathy and HPV-Related SCC
3 m.
Oropharynx - Palatine Tonsil SCC - T Staging
4 m.
Oropharynx - Palatine Tonsil SCC - N/M Staging
4 m.
Oropharynx - SCC of the Soft Palate
3 m.
Oropharynx - SCC: Paths of Spread and Differential Dx
3 m.
Oropharynx - Soft Palate SCC: Nodal Drainage
2 m.
Oropharynx - Soft Palate SCC - TNM Staging
3 m.
Oropharynx - Base of Tongue Mucoepidermoid Carcinoma
5 m.
Hypopharynx anatomy
4 m.
Hypopharynx - The Piriform Sinus Anatomy
4 m.
Hypopharynx - The Postcricoid Space Anatomy
3 m.
Hypopharynx - The Posterior Hypopharyngeal Wall Anatomy
4 m.
Hypopharynx - Piriform Sinus SCC
5 m.
Hypopharynx - Piriform Sinus Carcinoma - Local Spread
4 m.
Hypopharyngeal SCC - Nodal Drainage
3 m.
Hypopharyngeal SCC - Differential Dx
1 m.
Hypopharyngeal Carcinoma - T Staging
2 m.
Hypopharyngeal SCC - N Staging
3 m.
Hypopharynx - Piriform Sinus SCC - T Staging
5 m.
Hypopharynx - Piriform Sinus SCC - N/M Staging
3 m.
Hypopharynx - Postcricoid Space SCC
3 m.
Hypopharynx - Postcricoid Space SCC - Local Spread
3 m.
Hypopharynx - Postcricoid SCC - Differential Diagnoses
1 m.
Hypopharynx - Postcricoid Space SCC: T Staging
3 m.
Hypopharynx - Postcricoid Space SCC - N/M Staging
2 m.
Hypopharynx - Changes in AJCC Staging Guidelines
3 m.
Larynx Anatomy
5 m.
Larynx Anatomy: Supraglottic, Glottic, and Subglottic Sites
8 m.
The Supraglottic Larynx
4 m.
The Glottic Larynx.
3 m.
The Subglottic Larynx
2 m.
Laryngeal SCC - T Staging
6 m.
Laryngeal SCC - Cartilage Invasion
4 m.
Laryngeal SCC: Local and Nodal Extension
3 m.
Supraglottic SCC- Differential Diagnoses
2 m.
Laryngeal SCC: Glottic Origin
5 m.
Larynx - Glottic SCC: Patterns of Local Spread
4 m.
Laryngeal SCC of the Subglottis
3 m.
Larynx - Subglottic Carcinomas: Patterns of Spread & Differential Dx
3 m.
Laryngeal SCC: T Staging
3 m.
Larynx - Glottic SCC: T Staging
2 m.
Laryngeal SCC: N Staging
2 m.
Glottic SCC: T Staging
3 m.
Laryngeal SCC: N and M Staging
2 m.
Sinonasal Anatomy
3 m.
Sinonasal Carcinomas: MR and CT Imaging Features
4 m.
Sinonasal Cavity Anatomy: Subsites
2 m.
Sinonasal Carcinoma - Patterns of Spread
3 m.
Sinonasal SCC - TNM Staging
3 m.
Perineural Tumor Spread
6 m.
Perineural Tumor Spread, Continued
6 m.
Perineural Tumor Spread - Patterns of Spread
4 m.
Orbit Imaging
Mastery Series
4.25 CME
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David M Yousem
David M Yousem
Johns Hopkins University
Introduction to Imaging of the Orbits
1 m.
Orbit Protocols for CT
3 m.
Orbit Protocols on MRI
5 m.
Imaging Artifacts in MRI and CT
<1 m.
Anterior Globe Anatomy
3 m.
Membranes of the Orbit
2 m.
Anatomic Considerations: Orbital Spaces
2 m.
The Conal Space
2 m.
Extraconal Space
<1 m.
Orbital Boundaries
1 m.
Lacrimal System Anatomy
1 m.
Orbit Anatomy on CT
4 m.
Axial Anatomy on MRI
2 m.
Coronal Anatomy on MRI
2 m.
Anterior Globe Rupture with Laterally Dislocated Cataract
4 m.
Foreign Body in Globe
3 m.
Wood Foreign Body and Ocular Hypotony
2 m.
Hemmorhage in Both Chambers, Open Globe
3 m.
Staphyloma
4 m.
Persistent Hyperplastic Primary Vitreous (PHPV)
4 m.
Retinal Detachment
3 m.
Retinoblastoma on CT
3 m.
Retinoblastoma on MRI
9 m.
Bilateral Retinoblastoma
6 m.
Ocular Pathology - Review
10 m.
Endophthalmitis
3 m.
PHPV Review, Coloboma, and Staphyloma
4 m.
Phthisis Bulbi, Macrophthalmia, and Microphthalmia
3 m.
Ocular Calcification
3 m.
Retinoblastoma - Review
5 m.
Choroidal Melanoma
3 m.
Intraconal, Conal and Extraconal Anatomy
<1 m.
Intraconal Hemangioma
5 m.
Venous Vascular Malformation
2 m.
Optic Nerve Glioma, NF1
4 m.
Optic pathway glioma (pilocytic astrocytoma)
3 m.
Optic Neuritis, Multiple Sclerosis
5 m.
Optic Neuritis, Multiple Sclerosis (2)
7 m.
Neuromyelitis Optica Spectrum Disorder
5 m.
Neuromyelitis Optica With Spinal Cord Involvement
3 m.
Optic Nerve Sheath Meningioma
5 m.
Bilateral Optic Neuritis, Leukemia
6 m.
Intraconal Pathology - Review
11 m.
Optic Neuritis - Review
4 m.
Optic Nerve Glioma - Review
4 m.
Optic Nerve Sheath Meningioma - Review
5 m.
Thyroid Eye Disease
4 m.
Lipogenic Thyroid Eye Disease
3 m.
Thyroid Eye Disease (2)
2 m.
Orbital Pseudotumor
4 m.
Conal Pathology - Review
4 m.
Extraconal Pathology - Introduction
<1 m.
Periorbital Cellulitis & Abscess
4 m.
Type 3 Orbital Infection
3 m.
Solitary Fibrous Tumor
4 m.
Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis
2 m.
Juvenile Ossifying Fibroma
2 m.
Perineural Spread of Squamous Cell Carcinoma
4 m.
Proptosis from Extraosseous Extension of Prostate Metastasis
3 m.
Orbital Floor Fracture
5 m.
Orbital Floor Fracture with Muscle/Fat Herniation
4 m.
Orbital Floor Fracture: Status Post Repair
2 m.
Bilateral Orbital Fracture Repair
2 m.
Periorbital Cellulitis - Review
5 m.
Orbital Pseudotumor - Review
2 m.
Orbital Wall Abnormalities - Review
2 m.
Orbital Fracture - Review
6 m.
Giant Cell Reparative Granuloma
2 m.
Granulomatous Sinusitis with IgG4-related Ophthalmic Disease
4 m.
Anatomy Review - Nasolacrimal system
2 m.
Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Nasolacrimal Sac
3 m.
Sarcoidosis of the Lacrimal Gland
2 m.
Lymphoma of the Lacrimal Gland
6 m.
Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma of the Lacrimal Gland
5 m.
Nasolacrimal system - Review
3 m.
Salivary Glands
Mastery Series
4 CME
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David M Yousem
David M Yousem
Johns Hopkins University
Introduction to Salivary Gland Imaging
9 m.
Bell's Palsy
4 m.
Innervation of the Parotid Gland – Summary
5 m.
Stenson’s Duct – Summary
6 m.
Submandibular Gland – Summary
5 m.
Submandibular Gland & Wharton's Duct Anatomy
6 m.
Wharton’s Duct – Summary
2 m.
Sublingual Gland – Summary
6 m.
Simple and Plunging Ranula
5 m.
Minor Salivary Glands – Summary
2 m.
Technique for Salivary Gland Imaging – Summary
8 m.
MRI Technique – Case
4 m.
Benign Neoplasms – Summary
8 m.
Pleomorphic adenoma with Carcinoma Ex Pleomorphic Adenoma
11 m.
Pleomorphic Adenoma
5 m.
Hard Palate Pleomorphic Adenoma
5 m.
Pleomorphic Adenoma – Summary
2 m.
Parotid Pleomorphic Adenoma
4 m.
Parapharyngeal Space Pleomorphic Adenoma – Case
4 m.
Deep Lobe Parotid Gland Pleomorphic Adenoma – Case
4 m.
Pleomorphic Adenoma of the Nasal Cavity
3 m.
Carcinoma Ex Pleomorphic Adenoma
3 m.
Advanced Imaging for Salivary Gland Neoplasms – Summary
3 m.
Monomorphic Adenoma – Case
1 m.
Prognosis of Pleomorphic Adenoma
4 m.
Warthin’s Tumor – Summary
5 m.
Warthin's Tumor
3 m.
Extraparotid Warthin's Tumor
3 m.
Multiple Parotid Masses – Summary
2 m.
Onocoytomas – Summary
3 m.
Oncocytoma
2 m.
Schwannoma of the Intraparotid Facial Nerve
2 m.
Malignant Neoplasms – Summary
4 m.
Mucoepidermoid Carcinoma
4 m.
Parotid Mucoepidermoid Carcinoma
2 m.
Malignancy Salivary Neoplasm Features - Summary
2 m.
Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma – Summary
5 m.
Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma
9 m.
Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma of the Tongue
2 m.
Perineural Spread – Summary
2 m.
Perineural Spread in a Large Cell Undifferentiated Carcinoma
4 m.
Parotid Squamous Cell Carcinoma
3 m.
Left Parotid Squamous Cell Carcinoma – Case
1 m.
Adenocarcinomas – Summary
2 m.
Parotid Adenocarcinoma
2 m.
Recurrent Parotid Adenocarcinoma
3 m.
Parotid Lymphoma - Summary
2 m.
Parotid Lymphoma on CT
1 m.
Parotid Lymphoma on PET-CT
2 m.
Acinic Cell Carcinoma
1 m.
Sialolithiasis – Summary
6 m.
Submandibular Sialithisis
2 m.
Submandibular Saialithiasis on MRI
2 m.
Submandibular Sialodocholithiasis and Parotid Sialolithiasis
5 m.
Salivary Calcifications and Cysts
1 m.
Parotid Sialodocholithiasis and Sialectasia on MRI
2 m.
Sjögren’s Syndrome – Summary
4 m.
Sjögren’s Syndrome
2 m.
Kuttner Lesion – Summary
1 m.
Salivary Gland Cysts – Summary
6 m.
Lympoepithelial Cyst in HIV
3 m.
Sialadenitis in HIV
4 m.
Ranulas – Summary
4 m.
Bilateral Ranulas
2 m.
Ranula - Clinical Correlation
<1 m.
Sialocele – Summary
4 m.
Sella MRI Cases
Case Challenge
12.5 CME
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Stephen J Pomeranz
Stephen J Pomeranz
ProScan Imaging
1a - History: 76-year-old male presents with hemianopia and mass
2a - History: 43-year-old female presents history of pituitary microprolactinoma
3a - History: 21-year-old male presents with visual field defect
4a - History: 42-year-old male presents with moderate to severe headaches
5a - History: 53-year-old female presents with Rathke's cleft cyst
6a - History: 46-year-old female presents with papilledema
7a - History: 78-year-old female presents with headaches and pituitary lesion
8a - History: 64-year-old female presents with severe intermittent left-sided headaches
9a - History: 61-year-old male presents with hypogonadism
10a - History: 9-year-old female presents with intractable headaches
11a - History: 63-year-old female presents with right retroorbital pain, paresthesia
12a - History: 67-year-old female presents with enlarged sella with intermittent anosmia
13a - History: 13-year-old male presents with blurred vision
14a - History: 63-year-old male presents with dizziness for four weeks
15a - History: 46-year-old female presents with papilledema
16a - History: 40-year-old female presents with history of left lower quadrant visual loss
17a - History: 48-year-old female presents with headache
18a - History: 54-year-old male presents with pituitary cyst
19a - History: 35-year-old male presents with mild to moderate dizziness
20a - History: 38-year-old male presents with pituitary macroadenoma
21a - History: 33-year-old male presents with headaches
22a - History: 56-year-old male presents with possible stroke
23a - History: 61-year-old female presents with memory loss
24a - History: 63-year-old male presents with benign neoplasm of pituitary gland
25a - History: 31-year-old male presents with papilledema
Middle Ear
Mastery Series
3 CME
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David M Yousem
David M Yousem
Johns Hopkins University
Introduction to Imaging The Middle Ear
4 m.
Anatomy of the Middle Ear on CT
9 m.
Otomastoiditis Summary
8 m.
Otomastoiditis Case Study
3 m.
Otomastoiditis w/ Labrythitis
6 m.
Otitis Media with Ossicular Erosion
4 m.
Mastoiditis with Abscess
5 m.
Coalescent Mastoiditis Extensive Complications
6 m.
Cholesteatoma Summary
8 m.
Cholesteatoma Case Study
6 m.
Cholesteatoma, Facial Nerve Dehiscence
6 m.
Granulation Tissue Vs. Cholesteatoma
6 m.
Post Operative MR Cholesteatoma
1 m.
Total Ossicular Replacement Prosthesis (TORP)
2 m.
Paraganglioma Summary
6 m.
Glomus Tympanicum DDX VVM
2 m.
Glomus Tympanicum
2 m.
Glomus Jugulotympanicum
6 m.
Right Glomus Tympanicum, Left Glomus Jugulare, Meningioma, Aneurysm, Multiple Paragangliomas
5 m.
Red Retrotympanic Masses DDX
6 m.
Persistent Stapedial Artery
3 m.
Right Facial Nerve Hemangioma
3 m.
Left sided Facial Hemangioma
1 m.
Cholesterol Granuloma
5 m.
Middle Ear Congenital Anomalies – Summary
6 m.
Second Branchial Apparatus Anomaly
<1 m.
Encephalocele Congenital vs. Acquired Review
4 m.
Middle Ear Benign Neoplasms and Normal/Abnormal Facial Enhance
5 m.
Facial Schwannoma
4 m.
ELST’s – Summary
4 m.
Endolymphatic Sac Tumor (ELST)
4 m.
VonHipple Lindau with ELST
2 m.
Meningioma (Middle Ear)
4 m.
Malignant Processes of the Middle Ear – Summary
4 m.
Leukemic Chloroma Mastoid
4 m.
Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma with MEC Extension
2 m.
Fractures in the Middle Ear – Summary
6 m.
Fractures with Incudo-Stapedial Dislocation
3 m.
Post-op Cholesteatoma, Cholesteatoma Complications
6 m.
Middle Ear Epidermoid, Temporal Bone Fx, High Riding Jugular Bulb, Dehiscence
6 m.
Canal Wall Up Mastoidectomy, Recurrent Cholesteatoma, TORP
3 m.
Middle Ossicular Fusion, EAC Atresia
3 m.
Inner Ear
Mastery Series
3.25 CME
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David M Yousem
David M Yousem
Johns Hopkins University
Inner Ear Preview
1 m.
Inner Ear – Introduction
2 m.
Anatomy of the Internal Auditory Canal (IAC)
8 m.
Coronal Anatomy of the Inner Ear
4 m.
Axial IAC Anatomy and Otospongiosis/Otosclerosis
6 m.
Coronal IAC Anatomy and Facial Nerve Segments
5 m.
MRI imaging techniques and cochlea aplasia
7 m.
IAC Congenital Lesions & Syndromes - Summary
6 m.
Cochlear Hypoplasia
8 m.
Cochlear Nerve Deficiency, Pontine Tegmental Cap Dysplasia
5 m.
Bilateral Cochlea Nerve Deficiency
5 m.
Labyrinthine Dysplasia/Syndromes - Summary
9 m.
Incomplete Partition Type 1
3 m.
Incomplete Partition Type 2 – Summary
2 m.
Bilateral Incomplete Partition Type 2
3 m.
Mondini Malformation, Incomplete Partition Type II
2 m.
Incomplete Partition Type II, Mondini Malformation, Semicircular Canal Abnormality
3 m.
Vestibular Malformation
3 m.
Enlarged Endolymphatic Sac
2 m.
Incomplete Partition Type III – Summary
4 m.
Down Syndrome – Summary
5 m.
Down Syndrome, Semicircular Canal Deformity, Cochlear Aperture Stenosis
6 m.
Down Syndrome, Aperture Stenosis
5 m.
Cochlear Hypoplasia and Aperture Stenosis - Summary
3 m.
Semicircular Canal (SCC) Dehiscence – Summary
3 m.
Semicircular Canal (SCC) Dehiscence
3 m.
Semicircular Canal (SCC) – Oblique Reformat
2 m.
Inflammatory/Infectious Lesions of the Inner Ear - Summary
6 m.
Labyrinthitis, Secondary to Otomastoiditis
3 m.
Labyrinthine Fistula Mastoidectomy and Cochlea implant
2 m.
Viral Labyrinthitis
3 m.
Otospongiosis (Otosclerosis) - Summary
9 m.
Bilateral Otospongiosis (Otosclerosis)
4 m.
Bilateral Retrofenestral Otospongiosis
3 m.
Bilateral Otospongiosis and SCC Dehiscence
2 m.
Otospongiosis, Left Stapedectomy
3 m.
Labyrinthitis Ossificans – Summary
10 m.
Post Traumatic Labyrinthitis Ossificans
2 m.
Labyrinthitis Ossificans, Cochlear Turn
1 m.
Labyrinthitis Ossificans, Superior SCC
1 m.
Unilateral Labyrinthine Ossificans
2 m.
Petrous Apex Lesions
7 m.
Right Cholesterol Granuloma
5 m.
Intravestibular/Labyrinthine schwannoma
2 m.
Labyrinthine Schwannoma
3 m.
Left Side Labyrinthine/Vestibule Schwannoma
1 m.
Endolymphatic Sac Tumor (ELST) – Summary
4 m.
Endolymphatic Sac Tumor and VHL
4 m.
Inner Ear Malignant Neoplasm and Trauma Closing Points
6 m.
Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) MRI Cases
Case Challenge
12.5 CME
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Stephen J Pomeranz
Stephen J Pomeranz
ProScan Imaging
1a - History: 65-year-old female presents with chronic temporomandibular joint pain
2a - History: 54-year-old female presents with TMJ pain, clicking, locking, headaches, facial pain
3a - History: 55-year-old female presents with 40-year history of bilateral temporomandibular joint pain
4a - History: 53-year-old female presents with disc displacement
5a - History: 68-year-old female presents with pain to the left sided jaw
6a - History: 56-year-old female presents with new onset of left-sided TMJ pain
7a - History: 56-year-old female presents with history of wisdom teeth extraction
8a - History: 55-year-old male presents with jaw locking
9a - History: 31-year-old female presents with severe headaches and jaw clicking
10a - History: 53-year-old female presents with TMJ dysfunction
11a - History: 66-year-old female presents with bilateral temporomandibular joint dislocation
12a - History: 31-year-old male presents with extreme jaw, facial, and occipital muscle pain
13a - History: 59-year-old male presents with temporomandibular joint internal derangement
14a - History: 49-year-old female presents with bilateral jaw pain
15a - History: 48-year-old female presents with one year history of right open and close lock
16a - History: 63-year-old female presents with right temporomandibular joint pain
17a - History: 39-year-old female presents with pain
18a - History: 63-year-old male presents with capsulitis of temporomandibular joint
19a - History: 17-year-old female presents with jaw locking
20a - History: 24-year-old female presents with left TMJ pain
21a - History: 28-year-old male presents with difficulty opening mouth wide
22a - History: 45-year-old female presents with limited range of motion for four months
23a - History: 17-year-old male presents with TMJ pain
24a - History: 89-year-old male presents with left jaw pain for four months
25a - History: 47-year-old female is being evaluated for right disc dislocation
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