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Courses
Knee MRI
Mastery Series
7.75 CME
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Stephen J Pomeranz
Stephen J Pomeranz
ProScan Imaging
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6 m.
Basic Knee Ligament Overview
7 m.
Major Tendons of the Knee
6 m.
Relationships Between the Joints of the Knee
3 m.
Neurovascular Bundles of the Knee
4 m.
Patellar Stabilizers of the Knee
4 m.
A Deeper Look at the MPFL
5 m.
The Basics of the Posterior Cruciate Ligament
2 m.
PCL: Coronal, Axial and Sagittal Views
4 m.
PCL: Sagittal on MRI
4 m.
PCL: Coronal on MRI
3 m.
PCL: Axial on MRI
3 m.
Basic Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Anatomy
4 m.
The Anatomy of the Anterior Cruciate Ligament Part 2
5 m.
Anterior Cruciate Ligament Anatomy: Axial View
3 m.
Anterior Cruciate Ligament Anatomy: Coronal View
2 m.
Anterior Cruciate Ligament on MRI: Sagittal Views
3 m.
Anterior Cruciate Ligament on MRI: Axial View
2 m.
Anterior Cruciate Ligament on MRI: Coronal View
2 m.
Medial Collateral Ligament Basics: Layer 1
4 m.
Medial Collateral Ligament Basics: Layer 2 & 3
7 m.
Medial Collateral Ligament (MCL) Summary
3 m.
Medial Supporting Structures of the Knee
2 m.
The Anatomy of the Lateral Collateral Ligament Complex - FCL
3 m.
The Anatomy of the Lateral Collateral Ligament Complex (LCL) on MRI
4 m.
The Anatomy of the Lateral Collateral Ligament Complex
5 m.
LCL Complex on MRI
3 m.
The Anatomy of the Quadriceps Femoris Tendon of the Knee
4 m.
MRI Anatomy of the knee: Quadricep Femoral Tendon
5 m.
The Knee Anatomy: Posterior Medial Corner
5 m.
The Posteromedial Corner: Semimembranosus Expansions
3 m.
The Posteromedial Corner: Semimembranosus Expansions part 2
1 m.
The Posteromedial Corner: Semimembranosus Expansions part 3
2 m.
The Posteromedial Corner: Semimembranosus Expansions part 4
2 m.
The Posteromedial Corner: Posterior Oblique Ligament
5 m.
The Posteromedial Corner: Posterior Oblique Ligament part 2
3 m.
The Posteromedial Corner: Oblique Popliteal Ligament
3 m.
The Posteromedial Corner: Posterior Capsule
4 m.
The Posteromedial Corner Anatomy on MRI
3 m.
The Posteromedial Corner on MRI part 2
5 m.
The Posteromedial Corner on MRI part 3
3 m.
The Posteromedial Corner on MRI part 4
4 m.
The Posteromedial Corner on MRI part 5
4 m.
The Posterolateral Corner Anatomy: Introduction
4 m.
The Posterolateral Corner Anatomy: LCL
6 m.
The Posterolateral Corner: Biomechanics
3 m.
The Posterolateral Corner Anatomy: Popliteus Muscle on MRI
4 m.
The Posterolateral Corner: Arcuate and Fabellofibular Ligament
5 m.
The Posterolateral Corner: Arcuate and Fabellofibular Ligament on MRI
2 m.
The Posterolateral Corner Anatomy: Biceps Femoris Tendon
4 m.
Knee Case Review: 14Yr old with Posterolateral Corner Football Injury
15 m.
Case Review: 54 year old Male with a Twisting Injury
8 m.
Case Review: 28 Year Old Football Player Who Heard a Pop While Making a Cut
6 m.
Case Review: 90 Year Old Female Patient, No History of Trauma, Now Has Swelling
10 m.
Case Review: Return to 14 Year Old Football Player Case
5 m.
Case Review: 37 Year Old Male with Complex Knee Instability
6 m.
Case Review: PCL Mechanism of Injury
6 m.
Case Review: 28 Year Old Injured in a Fall
6 m.
Case Review: PCL Injury Companion Discussion
4 m.
Unknown Knee Case: 54yr Old Male With Knee Swelling
5 m.
Case Review: 54 Year Old Male with injury and a small PCL
3 m.
Case Review: 54 Year Old Male – Assessing the Other Posterior Corner
5 m.
Unknown Knee Case: 25yr Old involved in MVA
10 m.
Case Review: 49 Year Old with “Osteoarthritis”
6 m.
Case Review: 49 Year Old Female with Knee Pain and a Sensation of Catching
6 m.
Case Review: 66 Year Old Female with Strange PCL Presentation
5 m.
Case Review: 51 Year Old Male with Worsening Chronic Knee Pain
7 m.
Case Review: 36 Year Old Female with Knee Locking after Kickball Game
11 m.
Case Review: 23 Year Old Male with Pain After a Fall
9 m.
Case Review: 22 Year Old Male with Knee Pain. Had Prior ACL Repair
12 m.
Case Review: 12 Year Old Male with Problematic Graft
9 m.
Case Review: 43 Year Old Male with Knee Swelling in Absence of Injury
7 m.
Case Review: 12 Year Old Male with Anterior Knee Pain
7 m.
Welcome to Meniscus MRI
<1 m.
A Basic Review of Meniscus Anatomy
6 m.
The Meniscal Hunt
9 m.
Knee Meniscus Signals - Hold 'em or Fold 'em?
5 m.
Basic Knee Meniscal Descriptors
8 m.
Meniscus Tear & Pivot Shift Injuries 1
8 m.
Meniscus Tear & Pivot Shift Injuries 2
7 m.
Where Did the Meniscus Go after a Root Tear?
8 m.
Knee Anatomy: Bucket Handle Tears
8 m.
Bucket Handle Tear Case
7 m.
Basic Anatomy of Meniscus Root Tears
8 m.
Pediatric Meniscal Root Tear Injury Case
2 m.
The Rules of the Lateral Meniscus
8 m.
The Knee: Lateral Meniscus on MRI
8 m.
Knee Case Review: Adult Male With a Meniscal Radial tear with a Pivot shift
4 m.
Knee Case Review: Adult Female Chronic Meniscus Tear
4 m.
Knee Case Review: Adult Male with a Pivot Shift Meniscus Root Injury
6 m.
Meniscus MRI
Mastery Series
2.25 CME
Courses
Hip MRI Mastery
Mastery Series
2.25 CME
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Stephen J Pomeranz
Stephen J Pomeranz
ProScan Imaging
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3 m.
Introduction: Welcome to Acetabular Labral Injuries
2 m.
Interesting Case: Labral Pathology in a High Performance Athlete
10 m.
Protocols and Sequences: The Axial Hip
10 m.
Protocols and Sequences: The Coronal Hip
5 m.
Protocols and Sequences: The Sagittal Hip
6 m.
Protocols and Sequences: Intra-articular Contrast
5 m.
Protocols and Sequences: Translating the Radiographic Measurements in the Hip
7 m.
Staging for Hip and Labral Pathology
5 m.
MRI Anatomy Review: A Look at the Acetabular Anatomy in the Axial Plane
4 m.
Anatomy Review: A Look at the Acetabular Anatomy in the Sagittal Plane
5 m.
MRI Anatomy Review: A Look at the Acetabular Anatomy in the Sagittal Plane
4 m.
Anatomy Review: A Look at the Acetabular Anatomy in the Coronal Plane
5 m.
MRI Anatomy Review: A Look at the Acetabular Anatomy in the Coronal Plane
4 m.
The Magnified Labrum: Components, Variations and Injuries Part I
7 m.
The Magnified Labrum: Components, Variations and Injuries Part II
5 m.
The Magnified Labrum: Components, Variations and Injuries Part III
6 m.
Case Review: Personal Trainer with Concern of Iliofemoral Ligament Injury Part 1
6 m.
Case Review: Personal Trainer with Concern of Iliofemoral Ligament Injury Part 2
3 m.
Case Review: Patient with Bilateral Hip Pain and Grinding
7 m.
Case Review: 42 Year Old Female with Prior Labral Repair
5 m.
Case Review: Protocol Meets Pathology
9 m.
Case Review: 15 Year Old Female with Excellent Variants
4 m.
Case Review: 43 Year Old Male with CAM Impingement Like Symptoms
4 m.
Case Review: 76 Year Old Male with Severe Hip Pain
4 m.
Conclusion: Patient Care and Program Summary
4 m.
Hip Arthrography
Mastery Series
2.25 CME
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Scott Schiffman
Scott Schiffman
University of Rochester
Introduction to Hip Arthrography
<1 m.
Pathomechanics -Femoroacetabular Impingement & Acetabular Dysplasia – Summary
17 m.
CAM Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI) – Case 1
3 m.
CAM Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI) – Case 2 – Lack of Offset at Head and Neck Junction
1 m.
CAM Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI) – Case 3 – Contrecoup Cartilage Injury
2 m.
CAM Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI) – Case 4 – Cartilage Loss
<1 m.
CAM Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI) – Case 5 – Subchondral Cyst Involving Femoral Head
2 m.
CAM Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI) – Case 6 – Progresses Anterior to Posterior
1 m.
Pincer Impingement – Case 1 – Typical Labral Tear Pattern
1 m.
Pincer Impingement – Case 2 – Labral Tear Pattern – Femoroacetabular Impingement
1 m.
Pincer Impingement – Case 3 – Cartilage Loss/Bone Edema
2 m.
Pincer Impingement – Case 4 – Acetabular Protrusio
2 m.
Pincer Impingement – Case 5 – Acetabular Retroversion
2 m.
Pincer Impingement – Case 6 – Figure 8 Sign
2 m.
Seldes Type 1 and Type 2 – Cases
2 m.
Legg-Calve-Perthes – Pre and Post Operation
6 m.
Acetabular Dysplasia – Case 1 & 2
4 m.
Normal/Pathological Variants – Summary
9 m.
Synovial Herniation Pits/Cysts – Case 1 & 2
3 m.
Os Acetabuli & Chronic Acetabular Rim Fracture – Cases
4 m.
Stellate Crease & Supraacetabular Fossa
2 m.
Posterosuperior Sublabral Sulcus
2 m.
Perilabral Sulcus with Transverse Ligament – Labral Junction Sulcus
2 m.
Imaging Technique & Protocol – Radiographic
4 m.
MRI Protocol
3 m.
X-Ray Protocol – Case
1 m.
CT Protocol – Case
2 m.
MRI Protocol & Anatomy – Case
7 m.
Axial Gradient Echo 3D Sequence
1 m.
Hip Arthrography Protocol – Summary
3 m.
Hip Arthrography – Fluoroscopy
3 m.
Hip Arthrography – Ultrasound
3 m.
Pitfalls of Injection
3 m.
Pitfalls – Extravasation into Soft Tissue
3 m.
Technique – How to Perform Arthrogram on US and Fluoroscopy
3 m.
Pitfalls – Contrast Extravasation – Cases
5 m.
External Impingement – Summary
6 m.
Confounding Diagnoses – Mimickers – Summary
4 m.
Iliopsoaas Snapping Hip Syndrome – Case
1 m.
Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome – Case
<1 m.
Subspine Impingement – Case
1 m.
Ischiofemoral Impingement – Case
<1 m.
Confounding Diagnoses – Mimickers – Cases
2 m.
Stress fracture
1 m.
Apophysitis
1 m.
Pigmented Villonodular Synovitis
1 m.
Avascular necrosis (AVN)
1 m.
Hip MRI Cases
Case Challenge
6.25 CME
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Stephen J Pomeranz
Stephen J Pomeranz
ProScan Imaging
Case 1 - 20-year-old male has left hip pain when bearing weight
Case 2 - 63-year-old female presents with severe right hip pain
Case 3 - 15-year-old male presents with deep muscle pain of right hip
Case 4 - 64-year-old male presents with pain in the left hip
Case 5 - 47-year-old male presents with moderate pain in right hip
Case 6 - 49-year-old male presents with right hip and groin pain
Case 7 - 71-year-old male presents with moderate worsening pain in left hip
Case 8 - 63-year-old male presents with extreme pain in front right hip
Case 9 - 14-year-old male displayed an abnormal x-ray of the right hip
Case 10 - 63-year-old female presents with right groin pain
Case 11 - 39-year-old male presents with peritrochanteric fracture of right hip
Case 12 - 8-year-old male presents with a clinical concern for bilateral hip dysplasia
Case 13 - 22-year-old male presents with right hip pain
Case 14 - 90-year-old male presents with left hip pain
Case 15 - 56-year-old male presents with pain in the left groin
Case 16 - 28-year-old female presents with right hip pain
Case 17 - 50-year-old male presents with right hip pain
Case 18 - 41-year-old male presents with left hip pain
Case 19 - 56-year-old male presents with left hip pain
Case 20 - 45-year-old male presents with history of femoroacetabular impingement in right hip
Case 21 - 22-year-old female presents with right hip pain for 6-7 years
Case 22 - 60-year-old female presents with left hip pain after a fall
Case 23 - 20-year-old female presents with left hip pain
Case 24 - 4-year-old male with achondroplasia
Case 25 - 53-year-old female presents with right buttock and lateral hip pain
Thigh MRI Cases
Case Challenge
6.25 CME
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Stephen J Pomeranz
Stephen J Pomeranz
ProScan Imaging
Case 1 - 14-year-old male football player presents with posterior bruising in the upper right leg
Case 2 - 89-year-old female presents with growth on right thigh
Case 3 - 61-year-old female presents with a painful mass in the left distal thigh
Case 4 - 92-year-old male is being assessed for infection of amputated leg
Case 5 - 57-year-old male is being evaluated for ischial avulsion fracture
Case 6 - 57-year-old male presents with left thigh strain / muscle defect
Case 7 - 68-year-old female presents with numbness involving both legs
Case 8 - 18-year-old male presents with contusion of left thigh, and paresthesia
Case 9 - 31-year-old male presents with right thigh pain, and history of fracture
Case 10 - 55-year-old female presents with contusion
Case 11 - 8-year-old female is being evaluated for a distal left femur mass
Case 12 - 60-year-old male presents with left thigh pain
Case 13 - 50-year-old male presents with sickle cell crisis, and extreme pain in left thigh
Case 14 - 48-year-old male presents with history of arthroscopic surgery on the right knee
Case 15 - 45-year-old male presents with soft tissue mass in left thigh
Case 16 - 3-year-old female presents with asymmetric thighs, left greater than right
Case 17 - 11-year-old male presents with posterior pain to right mid-thigh
Case 18 - 38-year-old female presents with persistent left leg pain
Case 19 - 14-year-old male presents with myotendinous injury in the left thigh
Case 20 - 55-year-old female presents with left leg weakness
Case 21 - 54-year-old male presents with a large left thigh mass
Case 22 - 86-year-old male presents with lump in left thigh
Case 23 - 55-year-old male presents with clinical strain at the hamstring muscle insertion
Case 24 - 66-year-old male is being evaluated for a right distal thigh mass
Case 25 - 77-year-old female presents with a left thigh soft tissue mass
Courses
Shoulder MRI
Mastery Series
6.75 CME
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Stephen J Pomeranz
Stephen J Pomeranz
ProScan Imaging
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5 m.
53 Year Old Female, Injured While Playing Softball
4 m.
Introduction to Shoulder Instability
5 m.
Axial Anatomy on MRI
5 m.
Axial Anatomy: The Biceps Pulley
4 m.
Axial Instability Search Pattern
8 m.
Axial Shoulder: The Structures that Give Radiologists Fits
5 m.
Introduction to the Buford Complex
3 m.
The Glenoid Cup
5 m.
Dynamic and Passive Stabilizers in the Sagittal Projection
6 m.
Dynamic and Passive Stabilizers in the Coronal Projection
6 m.
Return of the Buford Complex
3 m.
Key Pulsing Sequences for the Shoulder
6 m.
Utilizing the ABER view in the Coronal Projection
8 m.
The Value of the T2 Sequence in Shoulder Imaging
7 m.
Arthrographic Analysis of the Axial Projection
11 m.
Arthrographic Analysis in the Coronal Projection
9 m.
Arthrographic Analysis in the Sagittal Projection
6 m.
Shoulder Projections Summary
8 m.
On-Track/Off-Track: ABER Summary
6 m.
On-Track/Off-Track: Mid-Range Summary
3 m.
On-Track/Off-Track: Assessing Glenoid Bone Loss
8 m.
On-Track/Off-Track: The Nofsinger Technique
3 m.
On-Track/Off-Track: Stable Hill-Sachs Lesions
3 m.
On-Track/Off-Track: The Hill-Sachs Concept
3 m.
On-Track/Off-Track: Dislocation Mechanics
3 m.
On-Track/Off-Track: Dynamic Examination after Bankart Repair
6 m.
On-Track/Off-Track: Using Measuring Tools on MRI
5 m.
Posterior Macro & Micro Instability
7 m.
Posterior Labral Pathology
5 m.
17 Year Old Male – Known Dislocation
15 m.
21 Year Old Male Pitcher; Decreased Range of Motion
8 m.
21 Year Old Involved in a Collision Accident
8 m.
54 Year Old Female with Complex Multidirectional Microinstability
7 m.
49 Year Old Male, Weightlifter, Experiencing Instability
5 m.
68 Year Old Male Golfer with Pain for a Month
5 m.
15 Year Old Male – Fell On Outstretched Hand
8 m.
55 Year Old Female, Pain in Shoulder Extending to Elbow After Arm Was Jerked
8 m.
25 Year Old Male, Pain When Swinging Arm
8 m.
53 Year Old Male, Motor Vehicle Accident 6 Weeks Ago, Now Experiencing Pain and Spasms
8 m.
17 Year Old Male with a History of Dislocation
6 m.
51 Year Old Female: Rule Out Rotator Cuff Tear
4 m.
The GLOM Lesion
3 m.
56 Year Old Patient with Axillary Nerve Dysfunction Post Dislocation
2 m.
69 Year Old Male, Fell and Dislocated Shoulder
9 m.
69 Year Old Male with Complex Pattern of Injury
8 m.
38 Year Old Male with a Dislocation/Relocation Event
6 m.
20 Year Old Male, Recurrent Dislocations and Instability
11 m.
20 Year Old Male Pitcher with Recent Dislocation
3 m.
17 Year Old Wrestler with Discomfort in the Shoulder
4 m.
42 Year Old Male with a Violent Posterior Dislocation
6 m.
40 Year Old Male in Motor Vehicle Accident, Irreducible Dislocation
4 m.
40 Year Old Male, Post Motor Vehicle Accident
4 m.
Welcome to Shoulder MRI
1 m.
Breaking All The Rules — Adhesive Capsulitis
10 m.
Coronal Anatomy and Pathology of the Superior Rotator Cuff
9 m.
Sagittal Anatomy and Pathology of the Rotator Cuff
10 m.
Superior Rotator Cuff Tears
12 m.
Rotator Cuff Tears and Morphology
8 m.
Basic Anatomy of the Six Components of the Rotator Cuff
4 m.
Axial Anatomy and Tears of the Superior Rotator Cuff
5 m.
Stabilizing Components of the Rotator Cuff
3 m.
Subscapularis Anatomy and Pathology
3 m.
Case: Massive Rotator Cuff Tear
4 m.
Case: Retracted Rotator Cuff Tear
6 m.
Case: Sagittal Evaluation of Massive Rotator Cuff Tear
6 m.
Case: Focus on the Subacromial Arch
5 m.
Evaluation of the Arches
3 m.
Rotator Cuff Muscle Evaluation
2 m.
Upper Extremities: Shoulder
Conference Replay
5.5 CME
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Stephen J Pomeranz
ProScan Imaging
Tendons: Anatomic Considerations
10 m.
Tendons: Bare Area and Footprints
7 m.
Tendons: Cable vs. Crescent
9 m.
Tendons: Pathologic Considerations, Normal & Degenerative
4 m.
Tendons: Pathologic Considerations, Infiltrative & Calcification
7 m.
Tendons: Impingement Part 1
6 m.
Tendons: Impingement Part 2
9 m.
Tendons: Tear Terminology
10 m.
Tendons: Muscle Atrophy, Fatty Infiltration
4 m.
Tendons: Tear Terminology
8 m.
Extrinsic Impingement
10 m.
Coracoid & Acromial Impingement
7 m.
Partial Rotator Cuff Repair Failure
7 m.
Superior Labrum: The Glenoid Clock Face
4 m.
Superior Labrum: Biceps Anatomy
2 m.
Superior Labrum: Glenohumeral Ligaments
7 m.
Superior Labrum: Named Anatomic Variants
7 m.
Superior Labrum: SLAP Lesion Pathophysiology
4 m.
Superior Labrum: Patterns of Failure Classification
7 m.
Superior Labrum: Patterns of Failure Terminology
10 m.
Superior Labrum: Diagnostic Problems
5 m.
SLAP III
5 m.
SLAP II
6 m.
SLAP IV
4 m.
Superior Labrum of the Shoulder: Case Discussion and Questions
8 m.
Glenohumeral Joint: Zone of Interest
7 m.
Glenohumeral Joint: Spiral Ligament
6 m.
Glenohumeral Joint: Classification & Examination
8 m.
Glenoid Macroinstability: Hill Sachs Lesions
10 m.
Glenoid Macroinstability: Bone Bankart
5 m.
Glenoid Macroinstability: Glenoid Track
6 m.
Glenohumeral Joint: Capsulolabroligamentous Lesions Part 1
7 m.
Glenohumeral Joint: Capsulolabroligamentous Lesions Part 2
5 m.
Glenohumeral Joint: Capsular Failure
5 m.
Glenohumeral Joint: Humeral & Humaeral-Glenoid Failure
8 m.
Hill-Sachs Lesion, Bankart Lesion
6 m.
Bony Bankart
7 m.
MGHL Tear, Shoulder Dislocation
3 m.
Shoulder Separation
3 m.
Glenohumeral Joint Instability: Case Discussion and Questions
9 m.
Throwing Shoulder: Anatomic Considerations
6 m.
Throwing Shoulder: Concept 1 - Excessive External Rotation
7 m.
Throwing Shoulder: Concept 2 - Posterosuperior Internal Impingement
3 m.
Throwing Shoulder: Concept 3 - SLAP Lesions
5 m.
Throwing Shoulder: Concept 4 - Bennett Lesions
3 m.
Throwing Shoulder: Chondral/Osteochondral Lesions
5 m.
Throwing Shoulder: Glenoid Labrum Failure
2 m.
Throwing Shoulder: Bone Abnormalities
3 m.
Throwing Shoulder: Muscular, Softissue & Neurovascular Abnormalities
3 m.
Throwing Shoulder: Abnormalities in the Immature Skeleton
3 m.
Bennett Lesion
4 m.
SLAP IIC/X
6 m.
SLAP III, Cheerio Sign
1 m.
Little Leaguer's Shoulder
3 m.
Internal Impingement
5 m.
The Throwing Shoulder: Case Discussion and Questions
6 m.
Courses
Foot & Ankle MRI
Mastery Series
8.5 CME
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Stephen J Pomeranz
Stephen J Pomeranz
ProScan Imaging
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5 m.
Why MRI in Ankle?
3 m.
Foot and Ankle Coils
4 m.
Sagittal Ankle View
5 m.
Sagittal Plane: Field of View
4 m.
Ankle Short Axis Projection
8 m.
Special Sequences and Pitfalls: Coronal and Paracoronal Plane
6 m.
Ankle MRI: Additive Gradient Echo Sequence
5 m.
Ankle Neutral Positioned Scans: Dorsiflexed Ankle
7 m.
Different Sequences in Low Field Ankle Imaging
6 m.
Ankle MRI: Expanded Field of View on 1.5 Tesla
6 m.
Ligamentous Anatomy on Neutral Position
3 m.
Ankle MRI: Posterior Ligaments in Coronal Plane
3 m.
Ankle MRI: Anterior Ligaments in Coronal Plane
2 m.
Ankle MRI: Anterior Ligaments in Sagittal Plane
2 m.
Ankle MRI: Posterior Ligaments in Sagittal Plane
3 m.
Ankle Ligaments in Axial Plane
6 m.
Lateral Collateral Ligamentous Anatomy: Coronal Projection
2 m.
Deltoid Ligament Anatomy
4 m.
Deltoid Ligament: Axial Plane
2 m.
Deltoid Ligament: Sagittal Plane
2 m.
Deltoid Ligament: Coronal Plane
3 m.
Deltoid Ligament: Origins and Insertions
3 m.
Deltoid Ligament: Superficial Layer Lateral view
1 m.
Tendinous Anatomy
3 m.
Achilles Tendon
5 m.
Posterior Tibial Tendon
4 m.
Peroneus Brevis: Axial and Sagittal View
4 m.
Peroneus Brevis: Sagittal and Coronal view
3 m.
Peroneus Longus
6 m.
Tibialis Anterior Tendon
4 m.
Extensor Hallucis Longus
3 m.
Extensor Digitorum Longus
4 m.
Extensor Digitorum Longus Pitfalls and Extensor Retinacula
5 m.
Anterior Tarsal Tunnel Space
2 m.
Anterior Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
4 m.
Deep Peroneal Nerve
2 m.
Superficial Peroneal Nerve
2 m.
Sural Nerve
2 m.
Saphenous Nerve
2 m.
Tibial Nerve
2 m.
Sensory Nerve Supply
3 m.
Medial Plantar Nerve
5 m.
Lateral & Medial Plantar Nerves
5 m.
The Lisfranc Joint
6 m.
Columnar Mid-foot Anatomy
1 m.
Ancillary Stabilizers in the Mid-Foot
4 m.
Lisfranc Injury Classifications
2 m.
Classifying Lisfranc Injury on MRI (10-year-old female)
5 m.
Midfoot Subluxation: Lisfranc Ligament Injury
7 m.
Lisfranc Ligament Injury
6 m.
Lisfranc Injury: Nunley-Vertullo Classification
10 m.
High Ankle Injury
12 m.
Coronal Projection in Inversion Injury: Low Ankle Injury
8 m.
Axial Projection in Inversion Injury: Low Ankle injury
7 m.
Posterior Ankle Ligaments Anatomy
1 m.
Ankle Impingement Syndromes: Posterolateral Impingement Syndrome
10 m.
Anterolateral Impingement Syndrome
5 m.
Sinus Tarsi Syndrome
9 m.
Microtrabecular Stress Injury and Osteochondral Defect
9 m.
Osteochondral Defect
11 m.
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) Type 1: Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy
9 m.
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) Type 2
4 m.
Talocalcaneal Coalition
6 m.
Achilles Tendon Tear
14 m.
Medial Ankle Pain: R/O Psterior Tibial Tendon Tear
10 m.
Peroneus Longus and Brevis Tendons Tear
4 m.
Multiple Tendon Tears
11 m.
Posterior Tibial Tendon Injury
6 m.
Posterior Tibial Tendon Injury
4 m.
Plantar Fibromatosis
6 m.
Turf Toe
7 m.
Introduction to Foot & Ankle Masses
<1 m.
Ganglion Cyst
6 m.
Lymphangioma
4 m.
Hemangioma
5 m.
Granuloma Annulare
4 m.
Nerve Tumor
5 m.
Plantar Fibromatosis
5 m.
Charcot Foot
4 m.
Brody's Abscess
8 m.
Osteomyelitis and Fracture in the Big Toe
3 m.
Osteomyelitis from Ingrown Toenail
3 m.
Osteomyelitis with Multiple Tracts Infected
4 m.
Septic Joint
6 m.
Foreign Body- Splinter
4 m.
Necrotizing Fasciitis
7 m.
Infected Re-Rupture
2 m.
Morton's Neuroma
6 m.
Intermetatarsal Bursal Cyst
6 m.
Stem Ligament Bursal Cyst
6 m.
Dermato Fibroma Protuberans
4 m.
Schwannoma
6 m.
Synovial Sarcoma
6 m.
Lipomatous Skin Tag
3 m.
Calcaneal Lipoma with Infarction
4 m.
unicameral bone cyst
3 m.
PVNS
5 m.
Giant tophus
5 m.
Tenosynovial Cyst
2 m.
GCT- Secondary ABC
6 m.
Osteoid Osteoma- Focal
5 m.
Os Naviculare Syndrome Type 2
4 m.
ONS TYPE 3
4 m.
Cystic Degeneration Rare Cyst of PB
3 m.
Summary of Foot & Ankle Masses
1 m.
Foot & Ankle MRI Cases
Case Challenge
6.25 CME
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Stephen J Pomeranz
Stephen J Pomeranz
ProScan Imaging
Case 1 - 17-year-old female woke up with a painful swollen right foot
Case 2 - 64-year-old female with pain in lateral aspect of right ankle
Case 3 - 24-year-old male presents with inversion injury on right ankle
Case 4 - 58-year-old male with right ankle pain
Case 5 - 28-year-old female with left ankle pain
Case 6 - 48-year-old male presents with pain in posterior right calcaneus
Case 7 - 58-year-old male presents with mass on left foot
Case 8 - 14-year-old female presents with pain in right ankle
Case 9 - 11-year-old female presents with lump on third digit of right foot
Case 10 - 18-year-old female presents with painful mass on left foot
Case 11 - 58-year-old male presents with right foot fracture.
Case 12 - 54-year-old male with pain in right ankle
Case 13 - 55-year-old male presents with chronic right ankle pain
Case 14 - 59-year-old female presents with right foot pain
Case 15 - 57-year-old female presents with left plantar midfoot pain
Case 16 - 76-year-old male presents with infection in the right foot
Case 17 - 42-year-old female presents with mass in right foot
Case 18 - 20-year-old male presents with left foot pain at the anterior midfoot
Case 19 - 42-year-old male patient presents with left lateral foot pain
Case 20 - 68-year-old female presents with right midfoot pain
Case 21 - 17-year-old male presents with right foot pain
Case 22 - 59-year-old male presents with right foot infection
Case 23 - 61-year-old female presents with left foot pain
Case 24 - 22-year-old male presents with left ankle swelling and pain
Case 25 - 17-year-old male presents with pain on top of right foot
Courses
Wrist MRI
Mastery Series
5 CME
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Stephen J Pomeranz
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ProScan Imaging
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4 m.
An Introduction to Wrist MRI
<1 m.
Using Coils
2 m.
Sequences and Field of View
4 m.
Coronal Sequences
6 m.
Axial Sequences
4 m.
Sagittal Sequences
3 m.
Unique Situations
7 m.
Angle of Acquisition: The Scaphoid Angle
5 m.
Coronal Anatomy: Bony Anatomy
2 m.
Coronal Anatomy: Hyaline Cartilage
3 m.
Coronal Anatomy: Variance
4 m.
Coronal Anatomy: Triangular Fibrocartilage
5 m.
Coronal Anatomy: Peripheral TFCC Relationships
5 m.
Coronal Anatomy: Intrinsic Ligaments Part 1
3 m.
Coronal Anatomy: Intrinsic Ligaments Part 2
4 m.
Coronal Anatomy: Extrinsic Ligaments Part 1
<1 m.
Coronal Anatomy: Extrinsic Ligaments Part 2
<1 m.
Coronal Anatomy: Extrinsic Ligaments Part 3
1 m.
Coronal Anatomy: Extrinsic Ligaments Part 4
<1 m.
Coronal Anatomy: Extrinsic Ligaments Part 5
1 m.
Coronal Anatomy: Extrinsic Ligaments Part 6
1 m.
Diagramatic Anatomy: Extrinsic Ligaments Part 7
2 m.
MRI Correlation: Extrinsic Ligaments Part 8
1 m.
Coronal Anatomy: Extrinsic Ligaments Part 9
1 m.
Coronal Anatomy: Extrinsic Ligaments Part 10
1 m.
Coronal Anatomy: Extrinsic Ligaments Part 11
2 m.
Coronal Anatomy: Extrinsic Ligaments Part 12
1 m.
Extrinsic Ligaments: Thumb Part 1
<1 m.
Extrinsic Ligaments: Thumb Part 2
<1 m.
Extrinsic Ligaments: Thumb Part 3
1 m.
Axial Anatomy: Radioulnar Joint
4 m.
Proximal Anatomy: Nerves, Tendons & Vessels
4 m.
Axial Anatomy: Extensor Tendons
4 m.
Axial Anatomy: Extensor Tendons on MRI
3 m.
Axial Anatomy: The Carpal Tunnel
5 m.
Axial Anatomy: Guyon’s Canal
4 m.
Axial Anatomy: Intrinsic Ligaments
2 m.
Axial Anatomy: Extrinsic Ligaments
1 m.
Axial Anatomy: Collateral Ligaments
2 m.
Axial Anatomy: Extrinsic Ligaments Part 2
2 m.
Sagittal Anatomy Part 1
1 m.
Sagittal Anatomy Part 2
1 m.
Sagittal Anatomy Part3
2 m.
Sagittal Anatomy Part 4
3 m.
Sagittal Anatomy Part 5
4 m.
Triangular Fibrocartilage: The Importance of the TFC
1 m.
Triangular Fibrocartilage: Cartilage Anatomy
2 m.
Triangular Fibrocartilage: Bony Architecture
6 m.
Triangular Fibrocartilage: Anatomic Boundaries
6 m.
Triangular Fibrocartilage: Micrograph View
2 m.
Triangular Fibrocartilage: Magnified MRI
3 m.
Triangular Fibrocartilage: Zooming Out on MRI
1 m.
Triangular Fibrocartilage: Capsulo-synovial Reflections
2 m.
Triangular Fibrocartilage: Focus on the Ulnar Styloid
2 m.
Case Review: Focus On Instability Part 1
3 m.
Case Review: Focus On Instability Part 2
3 m.
Case Review: Focus On Instability Part 3
3 m.
Case Review: Focus on Instability
5 m.
Case Review: 21 Year Old Male, Jammed Wrist and Now Has Pain
6 m.
Case Review: Staging SLAC Wrist
4 m.
Case Review: 52 Year Old Male with Medial Wrist Pain
9 m.
Case Review: 15 Year Old Gymnast with Wrist Pain
7 m.
Case Review: 14 Year Old Male Who Fell On Outstretched Hand
6 m.
Case Review: 15 Year Old Female with Ulnar Sided Pain
7 m.
Case Review: 42 Year Old Woman with Ulnar Sided Pain
5 m.
Case Review: Additional Findings Discussion From Previous Case
6 m.
Case Review: 42 Year Old Female – Assessing Variance
7 m.
Case Review: 56 Year Old Male – Wrist Instability Overview
3 m.
Case Review: 56 Year Old Male – Classifying Carpal Instability
3 m.
Case Review: 56 Year Old Male – Classifying Carpal Instability Part 2
4 m.
Case Review: 56 Year Old Male – Classifying Instability in the Short Axis
3 m.
Case Review: 56 Year Old Male – Classifying Instability in the Sagittal Plane
4 m.
Case Review: 56 Year Old Male – Classifying Instability – Dislocations
3 m.
Scapholunate Injury from FOOSH
4 m.
Differentiating Between Type 1 & 2 Lunates
2 m.
Necrosis of the Lunate
7 m.
Non-Stener UCL Injury
5 m.
Professional Athlete with Hyperextension Injury
9 m.
High Grade Stener Lesion
7 m.
Microtrabecular Fracture of the Scaphoid
9 m.
High Grade Waist Fracture of the Scaphoid
6 m.
Radial Pulley Injury
5 m.
Degenerated TFC
8 m.
Peripheral TFC Injury with Styloid Remodeling
5 m.
Elbow MRI
Mastery Series
3.25 CME
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ProScan Imaging
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8 m.
Why Do We Image the Elbow?
2 m.
Search Pattern for the Elbow
14 m.
Coronal Technique
8 m.
Axial Technique
7 m.
Sagittal Technique
3 m.
Sagittal Technique: Small Field of View
7 m.
The Collateral Ligaments
5 m.
Column Theory
3 m.
Ulnar Anatomy
2 m.
Radial Anatomy
3 m.
The Fortress Concept
6 m.
Articular Relationships
2 m.
Fortress Concept: Ligamentous Stabilizers
3 m.
Fortress Concept: Medial Ligaments
4 m.
Fortress Concept: Lateral Stabilizers
3 m.
Bony Anatomy
3 m.
Triceps Muscle
2 m.
Biceps Muscle
2 m.
Biceps and Brachialis Muscle & Tendon
3 m.
Anconeus Muscle
1 m.
AMCL
3 m.
Lateral Stabilizing Ligaments Part 1
2 m.
Lateral Stabilizing Ligaments Part 2
2 m.
Median & Radial Nerves
4 m.
Variations & Pitfalls
3 m.
Case Review: Mechanism of Dislocation
6 m.
Case Review: Status Post ATV Accident
7 m.
Case Review: Posterior vs. Anterior Dislocation
2 m.
Case Review: The Terrible Triad
2 m.
Case Review: 17-Year-Old Female Patient with Pulling Injury
5 m.
Case Review: 23 Year Old Professional Football Player Injured During Game
3 m.
Case Review: 14 Year Old Male Patient with Twisting Injury
3 m.
Case Review: Injuries of Overhead Throwing Athletes
3 m.
Case Review: Additional Findings from Previous Case
2 m.
Case Review: Overhead Athlete Checklist
2 m.
Case Review: 65 Year Old Male Patient Injured from F.O.O.S.H.
8 m.
Case Review: Patient Injured While Playing Football
3 m.
Case Review: 61 Year Old Male Patient with Elbow Instability
2 m.
Case Review: 8 Year Old Female Injured in F.O.O.S.H.
3 m.
Case Review: 14 Year Old Male Adult Patient with Medial Elbow Pain
3 m.
Case Review: 35 Year Old Man with Anterior Elbow Pain
8 m.
Case Review: 52 Year Old Male with Posterior Elbow Pain and Swelling
7 m.
Case Review: 47 Year Old Female Patient with Lateral Elbow Pain
4 m.
Case Review: Lateral vs. Medial Epicondylitis
4 m.
Case Review: 15 Year Old Gymnast with Extension Deficit
4 m.
Summary
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