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September 12 – 14, 2022

(Recordings will be available on September 17, 2022 until October 31, 2022)

Monday, September 12, 2022

Start End Presenter Title
7:40 7:50 Dr. Savvas Nicolaou/ Dr. Jonathon Leipsic WELCOME
7:50 8:00 Dr. Silvia Chang Welcome from Dr. Silvia Chang and Introduction of the Dr. Peter Cooperberg Lecture
8:00 8:45 Dr. Aya Kamaya Dr. Peter Cooperberg Lecture: Right Upper Quadrant Pain: Debunking the Myths
8:45 9:00 Dr. Alison Harris EUS Intervention and the Role of the Radiologist
9:00 9:15 Dr. Emily Pang TI-RADS Troubleshooting Tips
9:15 9:30 BREAK
9:30 9:45 Dr. Gavin Sugrue Practical Approach to Solid Renal Masses
9:45 10:00 Dr. Silvia Chang Interesting Abdominal Cases: An Interactive Session
10:00 10:30 Dr. Aya Kamaya Rethinking Gallbladder Polyps: the New SRU Consensus Statement for Incidentally Detected GB Polyps
10:30 10:45 Dr. Silvia Chang Live Panel Discussion/Q&A
10:45 10:50 BREAK
10:50 10:55 Dr. Charlotte Yong-Hing Welcome from Dr. Charlotte Yong-Hing
10:55 11:10 Dr. Paula Gordon Breast Screening Update:  What to Recommend?
11:10 11:25 Dr. Chantal Mayer Obstetrical Ultrasound Findings: when to refer to BCW?
11:25 11:40 Dr. Zuzana Kos Interpreting Breast Biopsies – what the Pathologist needs to know form the Radiologist
11:40 12:00 Dr. Sheila Appavoo Guideline Development
12:00 12:15 Dr. Zina Kellow Contrast Enhanced Mammography
12:15 12:45 BREAK – Please send in completed quiz – Win an Apple watch!
12:45 1:00 Dr. Ashley Mummery PET for Gynecological and Breast Cancers, a BC Perspective
1:00 1:15 Dr. Lily Proctor Gynecological Cancer: What the Surgeon wants to know
1:15 1:30 Dr. Wan Wan Yap Imaging of Gynecology Malignancy – FIGO Staging Update
1:30 1:45 Dr. Chantal Mayer Obstetrical Ultrasound Findings: when not to refer to BCW
1:45 2:00 Dr. Charlotte Yong-Hing Live Panel Discussion/Q&A
2:00 2:10 BREAK
Dr. Talia Vertinsky NEURO RADIOLOGY
2:10 2:15 Dr. Talia Vertinsky Welcome from Dr. Talia Vertinsky
2:15 2:40 Dr. Jeffrey Ross Spine Infection
2:40 3:05 Dr. Jeffrey Ross Intradural Spine Tumors
3:05 3:10 BREAK
3:10 3:35 Dr. Jason Shewchuk Degenerative Spine Nomenclature
3:35 4:00 Dr. John Street Sagittal Parameters Update
4:00 4:25 Dr. Raju Heran CSF Leaks
4:25 4:40 Talia Vertinsky Live Panel Discussion/Q&A
4:45 5:15 Dr. Charlotte Yong-Hing/Dr. Faisal Khosa Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Canadian Radiology

Tuesday, September 13, 2022

7:50 8:00 Dr. Adnan Sheikh Welcome from Dr. Adnan Sheikh
8:00 8:15 Dr. Adnan Sheikh Common MSK Pelvis Pathologies
8:15 8:30 Dr. Paul Mallinson MSK Infection
8:30 8:45 Dr. Hugue Ouellette DECT in MSK
8:45 9:00 Dr. Bruce Forster Athletic Soft Tissue Injures of the Elbow
9:00 9:15 BREAK
9:15 9:30 Dr. Luck Louis Ultrasound of the Elbow
9:30 9:45 Dr. Adnan Sheikh Live Panel Discussion/Q&A
9:45 9:50  BREAK
9:50 9:55 Dr. Heather Bray Welcome from Dr. Heather Bray
9:55 10:15 Dr. Anvita Pauranik Pediatric Brain: Is this Normal, Variant or Artifact
10:15 10:35 Dr. Samantha Gerrie Neonatal Bowel Obstruction
10:35 10:55 Dr. Ken Cheung Lessons from Pediatric Trauma in British Columbia
10:55 11:15 Dr. John Mawson Acquiring and Reporting Skeletal Surveys in Possible Non-Accidental Injury
11:15 11:30 Dr. Heather Bray Live Panel Discussion/Q&A
11:30 12:30 BREAK – please send in completed quiz
12:30 12:50 Dr. Maka Tshuma Common Pediatric intracranial Arteriopathies – A review of cases
12:50 1:10 Dr. Dan Rosenbaum Pitfalls in Imaging of Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis
1:10 1:30 Dr. Lydia Bajno Pediatric Suprarenal Masses
1:30 1:50 Dr. Heather Bray Investigating Pediatric Breast Masses
1:50 2:15 Dr. Heather Bray Live Panel Discussion/Q&A
2:15 2:25 BREAK
2:25 2:30 Dr. Sarah Barrett Welcome from Dr. Sarah Barrett
2:30 2:50 Dr. Farahna Sabiq Pearls and Pitfalls of Head and Neck Imaging in the ER
2:50 3:10 Dr. Parmiss Majtabaiee Cardiopulmonary Injuries
3:10 3:30 Dr. Shamir Rai Radiology – Surgical correlation in the ER
3:30 3:35 BREAK
3:35 3:55 Dr. Brian Gibney Radiology Systems Failure in the ER
3:55 4:10 Dr. Dan Kim Point of Care Ultrasound in the ER
4:10 4:25 Dr. Laura Barger Shiftwork in ER Radiology: mitigation strategies for a healthy workplace
4:25 4:40 Dr. Sarah Barrett Live Panel Discussion/Q&A

Wednesday, September 14, 2022

Start End Presenter Title
7:50 8:00 Dr. Philipp Blanke Welcome from Dr. Philipp Blanke
8:00 8:15 Dr. Jonathon Leipsic CT for TAVR
8:15 8:30 Dr. Philipp Blanke CT for Valve Disease
8:30 8:45 Dr. Cameron Hague Incidental Cardiac Findings for the General Radiologist
8:45 9:00 Dr. Russell Everett MRI for Heart Failure
9:00 9:15 BREAK
9:15 9:30 Dr. Ron Blankstein Updated Chest Pain Guidelines
9:30 9:45 Dr. Ricardo Cury CAD RADS 2
9:45 10:00 Dr. Jonathon Leipsic CT for Plaque Assessment
10:00 10:15 Dr. Amir Ahmadi What the Cardiologist wants to know from CTA
10:15 10:30 Dr. Philipp Blanke Live Panel Discussion/Q&A
10:30 10:35 BREAK
10:35 10:40 Dr. Ravjot Dhatt Welcome from Dr. Ravjot Dhatt
10:40 10:55 Dr. Lindsay Machan Interventional Procedures for Hypertension
10:55 11:10 Dr. Dave Liu Selective Nerve Block Techniques for Hepatic Intervention
11:10 11:35 Dr. Leo Leite Ablation for Pain Management
11:35 12:00 BREAK – Please send in completed quiz – Win an Apple Watch!
12:00 12:15 Dr. Manraj Heran IR in Pediatric Portal Hypertension
12:15 12:30 Dr. Gerald Legiehn Clinical and Imaging Indications for Intervention in Pulmonary Embolus: what the Diagnostic Radiologist needs to know
12:30 12:45 Dr. Nevin de Korompay Livers and LIRADS after Locoregional Therapy
12:45 1:00 Dr. Ravjot Dhatt Live Panel Discussion/Q&A

Learning Objectives

  • Review of general current interventional techniques, therapies, and imaging techniques geared toward the general radiologist or radiologists who perform limited general IR procedures who also utilize cross sectional imaging to image patients following general interventional techniques. In the full day session, Didactic lectures will enable attendees to gain familiarity with a wide variety of interventional techniques such as embolization procedures in treating active bleeding in acute trauma, ultrasound guided intervention, gynecologic intervention, embolization of tumours, MSK intervention, aortic stent graft placement techniques.
  • Review and optimize protocols, processing technique parameters, present diagnostic pearls and pitfalls for assessing neurological anatomy, function as they pertain to common cerebrovascular, spinal, sinonasal and tumour disease processes.
  • Review and assess protocols, techniques and how to optimize protocol parameters with MR, MDCT, Ultrasound as it pertains to the musculoskeletal system and apply these principles to disease processes such as musculoskeletal tumours, infections, arthritis, internal joint derangement and sport related injuries.
  • Review and apply current indications, protocols, imaging techniques such as magnetic resonance imaging, MDCT, Ultrasound, and present diagnostic pearls and pitfalls assisting in the evaluation of common pediatric diseases and processes.
  • Review and evaluate current and new technological advances in thoracic and cardiac imaging and appropriate utilization of these imaging tools in assessing functional, anatomical information that is clinically relevant and being able to apply this knowledge effectively to daily clinical practice.
  • Strategies will also be introduced to reduce radiation dose for cardiac assessment without compromising image quality.
  • Review and apply current indications, protocols, imaging techniques such as magnetic resonance imaging, MDCT, Ultrasound, and present diagnostic pearls and pitfalls assisting in the evaluation of common abdominal disease processes.
  • Review and assess current literature and how to optimize MDCT protocols and other imaging modalities to correctly manage emergency and trauma patients to ensure that the appropriate studies are performed in the correct order to minimize morbidity and mortality in the acute setting. Review imaging findings in emergency/ trauma conditions including patterns of cervical spinal injury, blunt vascular neck injury, pancreatic/ duodenal trauma, acute chest pain, blunt abdominal trauma.
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