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Courses
Brain Anatomy
Mastery Series
3 CME
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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
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David M Yousem
David M Yousem
Johns Hopkins University
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5 m.
Watch this case review for free - 2!
3 m.
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
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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.
Neurodegenerative Disease Cases
Case Challenge
6.25 CME
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Stephen J Pomeranz
Stephen J Pomeranz
ProScan Imaging
Case 1 - 68-year-old male presents with new onset of impaired cognition
Case 2 - 63-year-old male presents with headache, memory loss, ataxia
Case 3 - 59-year-old female presents with symptoms and signs involving cognitive functions and awareness
Case 4 - 53-year-old female presents with cognitive decline with sleep inversion
Case 5 - 66-year-old male presents with decreased fine motor skills
Case 6 - 2-year-old male presents with developmental delay
Case 7 - 63-year-old male presents with headaches
Case 8 - 29-year-old female presents with several syncopal episodes
Case 9 - 15-year-old female presents with blurred vision for two weeks
Case 10 - 10-year-old female presents with sudden onset disconjugate gaze
Case 11 - 50-year-old male presents with dizziness, diplopia
Case 12 - 59-year-old female presents with hyperreflexia
Case 13 - 52-year-old female presents with olivopontocerebellar atrophy
Case 14 - 64-year-old female presents with memory loss
Case 15 - 65-year-old male presents with abnormal gait
Case 16 - 66-year-old male presents with history of Parkinson's disease
Case 17 - 76-year-old male presents with Parkinson's disease
Case 18 - 62-year-old female referred for MRI subsequent to being unable to hold still
Case 19 - 74-year-old male presents with gait disturbance, dementia
Case 20 - 52-year-old male presents with history of multiple sclerosis
Case 21 - 68-year-old male presents with history of a fall one year prior with brain trauma
Case 22 - 92-year-old female is to be evaluated for cerebral degeneration
Case 23 - 58-year-old female presents with speech disturbance
Case 24 - 51-year-old female presents with numbness and weakness in legs and arms
Case 25 - 64-year-old male presents with possibility of ALS
White Matter Disease
Mastery Series
4 CME
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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.
Sella MRI Cases
Case Challenge
6.25 CME
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Stephen J Pomeranz
Stephen J Pomeranz
ProScan Imaging
Case 1 - 76-year-old male presents with hemianopia and mass
Case 2 - 43-year-old female presents history of pituitary microprolactinoma
Case 3 - 21-year-old male presents with visual field defect
Case 4 - 42-year-old male presents with moderate to severe headaches
Case 5 - 53-year-old female presents with Rathke's cleft cyst
Case 6 - 46-year-old female presents with papilledema
Case 7 - 78-year-old female presents with headaches and pituitary lesion
Case 8 - 64-year-old female presents with severe intermittent left-sided headaches
Case 9 - 61-year-old male presents with hypogonadism
Case 10 - 9-year-old female presents with intractable headaches
Case 11 - 63-year-old female presents with right retroorbital pain, paresthesia
Case 12 - 67-year-old female presents with enlarged sella with intermittent anosmia
Case 13 - 13-year-old male presents with blurred vision
Case 14 - 63-year-old male presents with dizziness for four weeks
Case 15 - 46-year-old female presents with papilledema
Case 16 - 40-year-old female presents with history of left lower quadrant visual loss
Case 17 - 48-year-old female presents with headache
Case 18 - 54-year-old male presents with pituitary cyst
Case 19 - 35-year-old male presents with mild to moderate dizziness
Case 20 - 38-year-old male presents with pituitary macroadenoma
Case 21 - 33-year-old male presents with headaches
Case 22 - 56-year-old male presents with possible stroke
Case 23 - 61-year-old female presents with memory loss
Case 24 - 63-year-old male presents with benign neoplasm of pituitary gland
Case 25 - 31-year-old male presents with papilledema
Courses
Intradural Intramedullary Spinal Lesions
Mastery Series
3 CME
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David M Yousem
David M Yousem
Johns Hopkins University
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5 m.
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
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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
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David M Yousem
David M Yousem
Johns Hopkins University
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4 m.
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.
Courses
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.
Sella MRI Cases
Case Challenge
6.25 CME
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Stephen J Pomeranz
Stephen J Pomeranz
ProScan Imaging
Case 1 - 76-year-old male presents with hemianopia and mass
Case 2 - 43-year-old female presents history of pituitary microprolactinoma
Case 3 - 21-year-old male presents with visual field defect
Case 4 - 42-year-old male presents with moderate to severe headaches
Case 5 - 53-year-old female presents with Rathke's cleft cyst
Case 6 - 46-year-old female presents with papilledema
Case 7 - 78-year-old female presents with headaches and pituitary lesion
Case 8 - 64-year-old female presents with severe intermittent left-sided headaches
Case 9 - 61-year-old male presents with hypogonadism
Case 10 - 9-year-old female presents with intractable headaches
Case 11 - 63-year-old female presents with right retroorbital pain, paresthesia
Case 12 - 67-year-old female presents with enlarged sella with intermittent anosmia
Case 13 - 13-year-old male presents with blurred vision
Case 14 - 63-year-old male presents with dizziness for four weeks
Case 15 - 46-year-old female presents with papilledema
Case 16 - 40-year-old female presents with history of left lower quadrant visual loss
Case 17 - 48-year-old female presents with headache
Case 18 - 54-year-old male presents with pituitary cyst
Case 19 - 35-year-old male presents with mild to moderate dizziness
Case 20 - 38-year-old male presents with pituitary macroadenoma
Case 21 - 33-year-old male presents with headaches
Case 22 - 56-year-old male presents with possible stroke
Case 23 - 61-year-old female presents with memory loss
Case 24 - 63-year-old male presents with benign neoplasm of pituitary gland
Case 25 - 31-year-old male presents with papilledema