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Brain Anatomy
Mastery Series
3 CME
Stephen J Pomeranz
Stephen J Pomeranz
ProScan Imaging
Introduction to Gross Anatomy of the Brain
3 m.
Frontal Lobar Anatomy
4 m.
Sylvian Fissure
2 m.
Middle Frontal Gyrus
1 m.
Inferior Parietal Lobule
1 m.
Central Sulcus of Rolando
2 m.
Intraparietal Sulcus
1 m.
Localizing the Intraparietal Lobule Part 2
2 m.
Localizing the Intraparietal Lobule Part 3
2 m.
Pars Marginalis
1 m.
Parieto-occipital Sulcus
2 m.
Pars Marginalis on Axial Imaging
3 m.
Midline Sagittal Commissures
1 m.
Basic Brainstem Anatomy
2 m.
Midline Cerebellum (Vermis)
3 m.
Midline Cisterns and Spaces
2 m.
Midline Sagittal Blood Supplies
4 m.
Midline Skeletal Anatomy
2 m.
Miscellaneous Midline Structures
2 m.
The Olfactory Nerve – Cranial Nerve I
3 m.
The Olfactory Bulb
4 m.
The Olfactory Tracts
5 m.
The Optic Nerve – Cranial Nerve II
3 m.
The Globe and Optic Pathway
4 m.
Chiasm & Retrochiasmatic Pathway
3 m.
Destinations of Optic Nerve Signals
3 m.
The Oculomotor Nerve – Cranial Nerve III
3 m.
Oculomotor Nerve: Course, Adjacent Structures & Destination
4 m.
Oculomotor Nerve: Nuclei and Intramedullary Course
3 m.
Third Nerve Syndromes
4 m.
The Trochlear Nerve - Cranial Nerve IV
3 m.
Trochlear Nerve: Course and Pathologies
2 m.
The Trigeminal Nerve – Cranial Nerve V
2 m.
Trigeminal Nerve Synapses in the Brainstem
6 m.
Nuclear Anatomy and Position of the Trigeminal System
4 m.
Parasympathetic Ganglia Anatomy of the Head and Neck
2 m.
MRI anatomy of the Submandibular Ganglion
3 m.
MRI Anatomy of the Pterygopalatine Ganglion
3 m.
Trigeminal Nerve - V1 Division
1 m.
Trigeminal Nerve - V2 Division
1 m.
Trigeminal Nerve - V3 Division
2 m.
The Abducens Nerve – Cranial Nerve VI
3 m.
Cranial Nerves 1-6: Review
2 m.
Abducens Nerve Nucleus and Nerve
3 m.
Identifying the Cisternal Abducens Nerve
2 m.
The Facial Nerve: Nucleus and Intramedullary Course
3 m.
The Facial Nerve – Cranial Nerve VII
2 m.
Facial Nerve: Medullary, Cisternal, and Canalicular Segments
2 m.
Seventh Nerve Segments on MRI
5 m.
Facial Nerve: Motor, Sensory, and Parasympathetic Branches
2 m.
Proximal Branches of the Facial Nerve
3 m.
Distal Branches of the Facial Nerve
2 m.
The Posterior Auricular Nerve
1 m.
The Greater Petrosal Nerve
2 m.
The Vestibulocochlear Nerve – Cranial Nerve VIII
4 m.
Cranial Nerves 7 & 8: Cisternal Course at the CPA
1 m.
Vestibulocochlear Nerve: Cochlea and Internal Auditory Canal
2 m.
Glossopharyngeal Nerve – Cranial Nerve IX
2 m.
Glossopharyngeal Nerve Course
2 m.
Exit of the Glossopharyngeal Nerve
1 m.
Nuclei of the Glossopharyngeal Nerve
3 m.
Glossopharyngeal Nerve Summary
2 m.
The Vagus Nerve – Cranial Nerve X
2 m.
Nuclei of the Vagus Nerve
2 m.
The Innervations of the Vagus Nerve
3 m.
Function of Vagal Nuclei
3 m.
Accessory Nerve – Cranial Nerve XI
1 m.
Accessory Nerve Summary
3 m.
The Hypoglossal Nerve – Cranial Nerve XII
2 m.
The Descent of the Hypoglossal Nerve
2 m.
The Real Origin of the Hypoglossal Nerve
2 m.
Traumatic Brain Injury
Mastery Series
3.75 CME
David M Yousem
David M Yousem
Johns Hopkins University
Introduction to Head Trauma
<1 m.
Introduction to Traumatic Brain Injury
2 m.
Mechanism of Coup and Contrecoup Injuries
5 m.
Trauma Imaging Techniques
5 m.
CT Search Pattern
8 m.
Intraparenchymal Hemorrhage
4 m.
Contusion vs. Hematoma
3 m.
Coup-Contrecoup Findings
6 m.
Cerebellar Hematoma with Tonsillar Hernia
2 m.
Intraventricular Hemorrhage
5 m.
Parenchymal and Subdural Hematoma
4 m.
Retroclival Subdural Hematoma
3 m.
Acute on Chronic Subdural Hematoma
3 m.
Midline Shift
3 m.
Recurrent Subdural Hematoma
4 m.
Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
4 m.
Follow-up Imaging of Brain Trauma
5 m.
Venous Epidural Hematoma
3 m.
Venous Sinus vs. Arterial Epidural Hematomas
6 m.
Evolution of Epidural and Subdural Hematomas
4 m.
Diffuse Axonal Injury
9 m.
Lucid Interval in Epidural Hematomas
3 m.
Brainstem Hemorrhage
7 m.
Pediatric Skull Fractures
6 m.
Neurosurgical Intervention of IPH
5 m.
Posterior Fossa Hematoma
4 m.
Neurosurgical Intervention of Posterior Fossa Bleeding
3 m.
Surgical Indications of Skull Fractures
3 m.
Depressed Skull Fracture
3 m.
Extra-Axial Bleeding Overview
10 m.
Non-accidental Trauma, Retinal Hemorrhage
7 m.
Non-Accidental Trauma, Neurotransmitter Leak
4 m.
Pathophysiology of Shearing Injuries
5 m.
CT Features of Child Abuse
2 m.
Secondary Traumatic Injuries
1 m.
Traumatic Intracranial Dissection
4 m.
Vertebral Artery Dissection, Pseudoaneurysm
6 m.
Arteriographic Evaluation of Dissection
3 m.
Traumatic Dissection of the MCA
4 m.
Overview of Brain Herniation Types
5 m.
Mechanisms of Brain Herniations
9 m.
Herniation resulting in Infarction
9 m.
Acute Hemorrhage on MRI
6 m.
Subacute Hematoma on MRI
7 m.
Chronic Hematoma on MRI
7 m.
Hyperacute Hematoma on MRI
2 m.
CT of Blood
2 m.
Brain Trauma Summary
2 m.
Neurodegenerative Disease MRI
Mastery Series
3.5 CME
Stephen J Pomeranz
Stephen J Pomeranz
ProScan Imaging
Introduction to Neurodegenerative Diseases
3 m.
Huntington’s Disease
2 m.
Types of Movement Disorder
3 m.
Extrapyramidal Anatomy
3 m.
Neuroanatomy and Neurophysiology of the corpus striatum 1
3 m.
Neuroanatomy and Neurophysiology of the corpus striatum 2
3 m.
Huntington’s Chorea Case Review
5 m.
Measurements and Ratios in Huntington’s Chorea
3 m.
Epidemiology of Huntington's disease
5 m.
Clinical Implications Part 2
3 m.
Genetic Choreas
3 m.
Imaging Differentiators in Genetic Choreas
3 m.
Sydenham’s Chorea
3 m.
Immunologic Causes of Chorea
3 m.
Infectious Causes of Chorea
2 m.
Drug Induced Choreas
2 m.
Vascular Choreas
2 m.
Neoplastic Disorder Choreas
1 m.
Metabolic Causes of Chorea Part 1
2 m.
Metabolic Causes of Chorea Part 2
2 m.
MR Spectroscopy in Huntington's Chorea
3 m.
Huntington’s Chorea on PET
2 m.
Putaminal Necrosis
3 m.
Leigh’s Disease
2 m.
Brain Iron in Parkinson’s Disease
3 m.
The Swallow Tail Sign
3 m.
Parkinson’s Disease Imaging Options
3 m.
Classic Parkinson's Disease Imaging Features
2 m.
Parkinsonian Syndromes: Lewy Body Dementia (LBD)
5 m.
Parkinson’s Disease (PD)
3 m.
Parkinson’s Disease (PD)
4 m.
Lipoid Proteinosis or Urbach-Wiethe Disease
3 m.
Parkinson’s Disease (PD) vs Lewy Body Dementia (LBD)
5 m.
Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP)
5 m.
Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP) vs Creutzfeldt–Jakob disease (CJD)
3 m.
Multiple System Atrophy (MSA)
3 m.
Midbrain Anatomy: PSP
3 m.
Bilateral Corpus Striatum Caudoputamen Hyperintensity Differential Diagnosis
5 m.
Dystonia
5 m.
Bilateral Corpus Striatum Caudoputamen Hyperintensity: Wilson’s Disease
4 m.
Wilson’s Disease: Panda Sign
3 m.
MSA Subtypes: MSA-C
5 m.
Parkinsonian Syndromes: MSA-P
5 m.
Cerebellopontine Atrophy Differential in Older Population
7 m.
GCA Scale for Assessing Neurodegenerative Disease
3 m.
Medial Temporal Lobe Scale
2 m.
Fazekas Scale
3 m.
Koedam Parietal Atrophy Scale
3 m.
Mild Cognitive Impairment Syndrome
8 m.
Differential Diagnosis of Cognitive Decline
4 m.
Alzheimer's Disease: Part 1
3 m.
Alzheimer's Disease: Part 2
3 m.
Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease: Part 1
3 m.
Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease: Part 2
4 m.
Subcortical arteriosclerotic encephalopathy
4 m.
Using Fiber Tracking in Neurodegenerative Disease Cases
2 m.
Vascular Dementia Differential Diagnosis: Part 1
4 m.
Vascular Dementia Differential Diagnosis: Part 2
6 m.
Dementia of Unknown Type
4 m.
Pick's Disease
4 m.
Pick’s Disease Subtypes
3 m.
The Role of PET in Pick's disease
2 m.
Differential Diagnosis of Parkinsonian Symptoms
5 m.
 Advanced Dementia Imaging (MRI, AI, & PET)
Mastery Series
1.5 CME
Neurodegenerative Disease Cases
Case Challenge
12.5 CME
Stephen J Pomeranz
Stephen J Pomeranz
ProScan Imaging
1a - History: 68-year-old male presents with new onset of impaired cognition
2a - History: 63-year-old male presents with headache, memory loss, ataxia
3a - History: 59-year-old female presents with symptoms and signs involving cognitive functions and awareness
4a - History: 53-year-old female presents with cognitive decline with sleep inversion
5a - History: 66-year-old male presents with decreased fine motor skills
6a - History: 2-year-old male presents with developmental delay
7a - History: 63-year-old male presents with headaches
8a - History: 29-year-old female presents with several syncopal episodes
9a - History: 15-year-old female presents with blurred vision for two weeks
10a - History: 10-year-old female presents with sudden onset disconjugate gaze
11a - History: 50-year-old male presents with dizziness, diplopia
12a - History: 59-year-old female presents with hyperreflexia
13a - History: 52-year-old female presents with olivopontocerebellar atrophy
14a - History: 64-year-old female presents with memory loss
15a - History: 65-year-old male presents with abnormal gait
16a - History: 66-year-old male presents with history of Parkinson's disease
17a - History: 76-year-old male presents with Parkinson's disease
18a - History: 62-year-old female referred for MRI subsequent to being unable to hold still
19a - History: 74-year-old male presents with gait disturbance, dementia
20a - History: 52-year-old male presents with history of multiple sclerosis
21a - History: 68-year-old male presents with history of a fall one year prior with brain trauma
22a - History: 92-year-old female is to be evaluated for cerebral degeneration
23a - History: 58-year-old female presents with speech disturbance
24a - History: 51-year-old female presents with numbness and weakness in legs and arms
25a - History: 64-year-old male presents with possibility of ALS
White Matter Disease
Mastery Series
4 CME
David M Yousem
David M Yousem
Johns Hopkins University
Introduction to Demyelinating Disease
<1 m.
Imaging Techniques For Demyelinating Disorders
10 m.
Research Pulsing Sequences
6 m.
The Anatomy of Demyelinating Disease
6 m.
ADC Positive Multiple Sclerosis
16 m.
ADC Negative Multiple Sclerosis
9 m.
Non-enhancing Multiple Sclerosis
6 m.
ADC Positive Multiple Sclerosis, Optic Neuritis
6 m.
Criteria for Diagnosing Multiple Sclerosis
6 m.
MS Plaques
8 m.
Expanded Disability Status Scale
4 m.
Tumefactive Demyelinating Lesion Summary
3 m.
Tumefactive Demyelinating Lesion Vs. Astrocytoma
3 m.
Tumefactive Demyelinating Lesion
2 m.
Clinically Isolated Syndrome
7 m.
Optic Neuritis as an Early Sign of Multiple Sclerosis
5 m.
Optic Neuritis Review
6 m.
Neuromyelitis Optica Spectrum Disorder – Summary
8 m.
Monophasic Neuromyelitis Optica Spectrum Disorder
4 m.
Neuromyelitis Optica Spectrum Disorder
6 m.
ADEM Summary
5 m.
Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis
3 m.
Suspected Infarct, ADEM
4 m.
Progressive Multifocal Leukoencephalopathy Summary
3 m.
Progressive Multifocal Leukoencephalopathy
2 m.
PML in Autoimmune Deficient Patient
7 m.
Immune Reconstitution Inflammatory Syndrome
3 m.
COVID Leukoencephalopathy
3 m.
Osmotic Demyelination
4 m.
Osmotic Demyelination Summary
6 m.
Focal Splenium Demyelination
3 m.
Splenium Demyelination Due to Anti-epileptic Drug Withdrawal
4 m.
Splenium Demyelination Summary
5 m.
Vascular Etiologies of White Matter Lesion
11 m.
CADASIL Disease
3 m.
CADASIL, Hypertensive Hemorrhage
4 m.
Binswanger Disease
4 m.
Posterior Reversible Encephalopathy Syndrome Summary
7 m.
PRES, Patient on Cancer Medication
3 m.
Resolved PRES
2 m.
Dysmyelinating Disease Summary
12 m.
Metachromatic Leukodystrophy
4 m.
Canavan's Disease vs. Alexander Disease
2 m.
Adrenoleukodystrophy
3 m.
Leukoencephalopathy with Cysts and Calcification
3 m.
Idiopathic Acquired Transverse Myelitis
6 m.
Demyelination – Take Home Messages
5 m.
Brain MRI Cases
Case Challenge
17.5 CME
Stephen J Pomeranz
Stephen J Pomeranz
ProScan Imaging
1a - History: 55-year-old man presents with headache, neck pain and dizziness
2a - History: 34-year-old male presents with occipital headaches
3a - History: 30-year-old female presents with left-sided weakness post Chiari decompression
4a - History: 29-year-old female presents with headache
5a - History: 2-year-old reports with developmental delay and drags her right leg
6a - History: 43-year-old female presents with neck pain
7a - History: 38-year-old male had a seizure 22 years ago
8a - History: 42-year-old woman’s brain is affected by a very rare condition
9a - History: 37-year-old female with condition in the 4th ventricle
10a - History: 55-year-old female presents with a droopy eye
11a - History: 53-year-old female with history of headaches and dizziness
12a - History: 42-year-old male with history of medulloblastoma
13a - History: 32-year-old male presents with headaches
14a - History: 50-year-old female referred for MRI
15a - History: 42-year-old male presents with pain in right face for six months
16a - History: 77-year-old male presents with headaches and blurred vision
17a - History: 83-year-old male presents with cognitive impairment
18a - History: 63-year-old female presents with ataxia and memory disorder
19a - History: 50-year-old female presents with post mitral valve operation
20a - History: 60-year-old male presents with possible stroke
21a - History: 23-year-old male presents with brain lesion found on CT
22a - History: 61-year-old male presents with memory loss
23a - History: 55-year-old male presents with history of memory loss
24a - History: 59-year-old female presents with blurred vision
25a - History: 49-year-old male is being evaluated for abscess recurrence
26a - History: 68-year-old male is under evaluation for pituitary disorder
27a - History: 57-year-old female presents with previously noted meningioma
28a - History: 29-year-old female presents with headaches
29a - History: 44-year-old female presents with multiple sclerosis
30a - History: 29-year-old female presents with a history of papilledema
31a - History: 62-year-old female with headaches, hearing loss and buzzing in ear
32a - History: 50-year-old female presents with vision changes
33a - History: 60-year-old male presents with numbness and weakness
34a - History: 58-year-old female presents with problems walking
35a - History: 53-year-old male presents with congenital anomaly of cerebrovascular system
Spine MRI with Neurosurgeon Consult
Mastery Series
4.25 CME
Stephen J Pomeranz
Stephen J Pomeranz
ProScan Imaging
31 Year Old Male with Low Back Pain.
9 m.
29 Year Old Female, History of Motor Vehicle Accident, Presents with Severe Upper and Lower Back Pain
16 m.
10 Year Old, Presents with Left Sided Pain
6 m.
Vertebral Deformity Discussion - Companion Case
6 m.
49 Year Old Male, Evaluate for Benign Neoplasm of the Vertebral Column
11 m.
46 Year Old Woman with Low Back Pain and Left Leg Pain Following Surgery
14 m.
75 Year Old Male with Right Hip Pain, History of Arthroplasty
12 m.
54 Year Old Female with Back Pain
15 m.
75 Year Old Female with Pain
12 m.
25 Year Old Male, Neck Pain, Stiffness, Numbness in Both Hands, MVA 5 Months Prior
11 m.
56 Year Old Female Having Difficulty Walking
8 m.
54 Year Old Female with Bilateral Foot Drop for 6 Weeks
7 m.
63 Year Old Male with Prior Surgery in the Lumbar Region Part 1
11 m.
63 Year Old Male with Prior Surgery in the Lumbar Region Part 2
7 m.
79 Year Old Male with Known Prostate Cancer and Radiculopathy, Prior Surgical Procedure
7 m.
50 Year Old with Bilateral Leg Weakness, Severe Headaches and Dizziness
4 m.
Differentiating Between Pain and Radiculopathy
9 m.
67 Year Old Male with Low Back and Left Hip Pain, History of Hip Fracture
9 m.
66 Year Old Male Pain in Legs and Back
5 m.
62 Year Old Male, Diagnosis of Prostate Cancer 8-9 Years Prior, Has Pain in Legs Extending to Knees
9 m.
71 Year Old Woman with Low Back Pain and Left Leg Pain
4 m.
53 Year Old, Referred for Pinching and Burning Sensations with Difficulty with All Types of Movement
7 m.
57 Year Old Man with Low Back Pain Radiating Down Both Legs Part 1
6 m.
57 Year Old Man with Low Back Pain Radiating Down Both Legs Part 2
7 m.
57 Year Old Man with Low Back Pain Radiating Down Both Legs Part 3
6 m.
47 Year Old Woman, Had Anterior Neck Surgery, Now Experiencing Cervicalgia
8 m.
62 Year Old Female, Neck Pain Since 2013, Had Surgery in 2017
9 m.
48 Year Old Female, Pain Immediately After Surgery, Trouble Lying Down and Groin Pain
8 m.
32 Year Old Female with Mid-back Pain for Over a Year
6 m.
28 Year Old Female, Low Back Pain shooting down Right Leg, Evaluate for Infection vs. HNP
9 m.
Spine MRI Cases
Case Challenge
12.5 CME
David M Yousem
David M Yousem
Johns Hopkins University
1a – Case: 64 year old male with severe low back pain
2a – Case: Back pain. Status post lumbar decompression.
3a – Case: Back pain, arthritis, osteomyelitis, and anemia in a patient with sickle cell disease
4a – Case: A case of Chiari malformation for spinal cord evaluation
5a – Case: Cervical spine mass
6a – Case: A patient with low back pain, left lower extremity numbness, and urinary difficulty
7a – Case: A patient with neck pain extending into the left upper extremity
8a – Case: A patient with history of intracranial AVM came with Hyperreflexia
9a – Case: 46 year old female with a history of vascular myelopathy presenting with new right arm tingling, sensory changes/worsening myelopathy
10a – Case: Low back pain radiating to both lower extremities
11a – Case: A patient with disorientation and a neck mass
12a – Case: High-speed motor vehicle collision (MVC) Trauma
13a – Case: 27 year old female with myelopathy
14a – Case: Fall from a 10 feet height with Calcaneal fracture
15a – Case: A 56 year-old patient with thoracic myelopathy
16a – Case: Neck pain after trauma
17a – Case: A 19-year-old female with new diagnosis of leukemia
18a – Case: A patient with back pain and right-sided sciatica
19a – Case: Cervical intramedullary spinal cord tumor
20a – Case: Cauda Equina Syndrome in a 22-year-old. Prior intracranial tumor resection.
21a – Case: Weakness in the right lower extremity
22a – Case: A 30-year-old man with left paraspinal mass
23a – Case: Acute low back pain with saddle anesthesia
24a – Case: Motor vehicle collision
25a – Case: History of multiple myeloma
Mastery Series: Intradural Intramedullary Spinal Lesions
Mastery Series: Intradural Extramedullary Lesions (IDEM)
Mastery Series: Extradural Lesions
Mastery Series: Degenerative Joint Disease (DJD) of the Spine
Emergency Neuroimaging: Head, Neck & Spine
Intradural Intramedullary Spinal Lesions
Mastery Series
2.75 CME
David M Yousem
David M Yousem
Johns Hopkins University
Introduction to Spinal Cord Anatomy and Lesion Localization
7 m.
MRI Pulse Sequences for Spine Imaging
6 m.
Applying VITAMIN C&D to the Spine
<1 m.
Spondylomyelopathy
2 m.
Spondylomyelopathy from OPLL
3 m.
Spondylomyelopathy Causing Cord Atrophy
2 m.
Neoplasms of the Intradural Intramedullary Space
<1 m.
Ependymoma Associated with NF2
3 m.
Ependymoma
2 m.
Myxopapillary Ependymoma
1 m.
Cervical Spinal Cord Astrocytoma
3 m.
Cervical Spinal Cord Glioblastoma
3 m.
Hemangioblastoma of the Spinal Cord
3 m.
Hemangioblastoma at the Conus Medullaris
3 m.
Neurologic Manifestations of Von Hippel Lindau Disease
4 m.
Additional Spinal Canal Manifestations of VHL
3 m.
Cervical Spinal Cord Ganglioglioma
2 m.
Rare Case of a Spinal Cord Lipoma
3 m.
Summary of Intradural Intramedullary Neoplasms
12 m.
Multiple Sclerosis of the Spinal Cord
4 m.
Idiopathic Acquired Transverse Myelitis
4 m.
Vacuolar Myelopathy
3 m.
Summary of Demyelinating Disorders in the Spine
7 m.
Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis of the Spinal Cord
4 m.
Summary of Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis
2 m.
Chiari 1 with Syringohydromyelia
4 m.
Summary of congenital lesions of the spinal cord
10 m.
Spinal Cord Infectious and Inflammatory Disorders
5 m.
Cysticercosis of the Spinal Cord
4 m.
Sarcoidosis of the Spinal Cord
4 m.
Hemorrhage within the Spinal Cord
3 m.
Hematomyelia and Spinal Cord Cavernomas
6 m.
Cavernoma of the Spinal Cord
3 m.
Dural Arteriovenous Fistula
4 m.
Type II Dural AVF and its Potential Consequences
4 m.
Intramedullary AVM in the setting of Type II Dural AVF
2 m.
Assessing Vascular Malformations on MRA
5 m.
Common Causes and Imaging of Spinal Cord Ischemia/Infarction
8 m.
Spinal Cord Infarct
5 m.
Acquired Metabolic Disorders of the Spinal Cord
3 m.
Subacute Combined Degeneration from Copper Deficiency
4 m.
Spinocerebellar Ataxia
3 m.
Intradural Intramedullary Lesions - Conclusion
6 m.
Intradural Extramedullary Spinal Lesions
Mastery Series
2.25 CME
David M Yousem
David M Yousem
Johns Hopkins University
Introduction to Intradural Extramedullary Lesions
3 m.
Standard MRI Pulse Sequences for Evaluating Spinal Lesions
2 m.
Cystic Lumbar Schwanoma
3 m.
Lumbar Spine Solid Schwanoma vs. Meningioma
2 m.
Cervical Spine Plexiform Neurofibroma in a Patient with NF1
5 m.
Intradural Extramedullary Lesion Differential Diagosis
3 m.
Nerve Sheath Tumors of the Spine
5 m.
Neurofibromatosis Type 2
3 m.
Neurofibromatosis Type 1
4 m.
Spinal Meningiomas
4 m.
Thoracic Spine Meningioma
3 m.
Calcified Meningioma
3 m.
Cervical Spine Meningioma
3 m.
Cervical Spine Meningioma, Atypical Location
3 m.
Spinal Hemangioblastomas
3 m.
Multiple Hemangioblastomas, Von Hippel Lindau
4 m.
Myxopapillary Ependymoma
4 m.
Spinal Paraganglioma
1 m.
Differential Diagosis of Intradural Metastasis
9 m.
Subarachnoid Seeding from Medulloblastoma
4 m.
Subarachoid Seeding in a Breast Cancer Patient
3 m.
Spinal Lymphoma
2 m.
Congenital and Developmental IDEM Cysts
8 m.
Neurenteric Cysts
4 m.
Transdural Herniation of the Spinal Cord
3 m.
Spinal Arachoid Cyst
2 m.
Prominent Transdural Herniation of the Spinal Cord
2 m.
Fat Containing Spine Lesions
4 m.
Lumbar Spine Lipoma
1 m.
Pediatric Lumbar Lipoma and a Congenital Malformation
3 m.
Lipoma vs. Fatty Infiltration of the Filum
2 m.
Congenital Dural Ectasia
2 m.
Dural Ectasia
2 m.
Dural Arteriovenous Fistula Type 1
3 m.
Dural AVF vs. Normal Variation
4 m.
Review of Dural AVF Types II, III, and IV
2 m.
IDEM Infectious and Inflammatory Abormalities
5 m.
Guillian Barre Syndrome
2 m.
Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyradiculoneuropathy
2 m.
CIDP Causing Cauda Equina Syndrome
2 m.
CIDP Causing Brachial Plexopathy
2 m.
Indradural Extramedullary Processes - Conclusion
2 m.
Extradural Spinal Lesions
Mastery Series
1.75 CME
Degenerative Joint Disease (DJD) of the Spine
Mastery Series
3.25 CME
David M Yousem
David M Yousem
Johns Hopkins University
Introduction to Degenerative Spine Disease
5 m.
MRI Pulse Sequences for Degenerative Spine Disease
6 m.
Anatomy of an Intervertebral Disc
4 m.
Pulse Sequences For Lumbar Spine Imaging
10 m.
Nomenclature of Intervertebral Disc Disease
12 m.
Disc Protrusions vs. Extrusions
7 m.
Disc Sequestration
7 m.
Reporting of Lumbar Spine Degenerative Changes
14 m.
Case of Lumbar Spine Degenerative Disc Disease
11 m.
Case of Disc Protrusion
4 m.
Appropriate Reporting of Spine Degenerative Changes
7 m.
Describing Disc Protrusion Location and Important Features
3 m.
Analyzing a Disc Extrusion
3 m.
Foraminal/Far-Lateral Disc Herniation
5 m.
Cervical Spine Disc Extrusion
8 m.
Annular Fissure
3 m.
Contained vs. Uncontained Disc Herniation
7 m.
Terminology for Herniation Location
4 m.
Modic Classification of Degenerative Marrow Changes
9 m.
Modic Type 1 Endplate Changes
2 m.
Identifying an Annular Fissure
3 m.
Modic Type II Endplate Changes
3 m.
Differentiate Postoperative Scar vs. Recurrent Herniation
7 m.
Identify Common Causes of Spinal Canal Stenosis
7 m.
Grading and Common Causes of Spondylolisthesis
6 m.
Spondylolisthesis Secondary to Spondylolysis
3 m.
Synovial Cyst
4 m.
Clinical Importance of Posteriorly Projecting Synovial Cyst
3 m.
Common Causes of Acquired Stenosis
6 m.
Ossification of the Posterior Longitudinal Ligament (OPLL)
5 m.
Diffuse Idiopathic Skeletal Hyperostosis (DISH)
3 m.
Role of CT for the Identification of OPLL
4 m.
Association of OPLL and OLF
3 m.
Evaluation of Uncovertebral Joints
1 m.
Uncovertebral Degenerative Disease and Foraminal Narrowing
3 m.
Other Causes of Low Back Pain and Spinal Canal Stenosis
7 m.
Orbit Imaging
Mastery Series
4.25 CME
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.
Sella MRI Cases
Case Challenge
12.5 CME
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
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
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
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