UCSF Breast Imaging

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UCSF BREAST IMAGING

University of California San Francisco Clinical Update (SA-CME)

Discover the latest developments in breast imaging with this convenient program featuring UCSF experts.

Expert-Led Learning

Designed for the clinical radiologist, including radiologists who specialize in breast imaging, UCSF Breast Imaging emphasizes a practical approach and includes didactic lectures and discussions. Leading experts from UCSF cover a wide range of relevant topics from digital mammography to breast tomosynthesis and breast MRI. Faculty also discuss challenges and issues encountered in daily clinical practice.

After completing the course, you’ll be better able to:

– Apply and utilize BI-RADS

– Skillfully and practically perform and interpret mammography, breast ultrasound and breast MRI

– Understand and implement the growing use of MRI and Digital Breast Tomosynthesis in the clinical setting

– Facilitate compliance with reporting guidelines and management of patient follow-up

CHECK SAMPLES

1. Breast Imaging Fundamentals

1

Mammographic Analysis of Calcifications – Heather I. Greenwood, MD

2

Stereotactic Breast Biopsy – Heather I. Greenwood, MD

3

An Organized Approach to Diagnostic Mammography – Edward A. Sickles, MD, FACR

4

An Organized Approach to Interpreting Screening Mammography – Edward A. Sickles, MD, FACR

5

Why BI-RADS Matters – Edward A. Sickles, MD, FACR

2. Breast Imaging Practice Pearls

1

Breast Ultrasound BI-RADS Update – Heather I. Greenwood, MD

2

Radiologic-Pathologic Correlation After Breast Biopsy – Heather I. Greenwood, MD

3

Faculty Panel: Appropriate Use of BI-RADS and Other Practice Pearls – Bonnie N. Joe, MD, PhD – Moderator

4

Imaging Evaluation and Management of the Axilla – Bonnie N. Joe, MD, PhD

5

Screening for Breast Cancer in an Era of Breast Density Legislation – Bonnie N. Joe, MD, PhD

6

Imaging the Post-Surgical Breast, Including Implants – Edward A. Sickles, MD, FACR

7

Mammographic Follow-up as an SA Alternative to Biopsy: Strengths, Limitations, Pitfalls – Edward A. Sickles, MD, FACR

3. Digital Breast Tomosynthesis and Breast MRI

1

Breast MRI BI-RADS Update – Heather I. Greenwood, MD

2

MR Imaging of Ductal Carcinoma in Situ – Heather I. Greenwood, MD

3

A Practical Approach to Tomosynthesis Interpretation and Biopsy – Bonnie N. Joe, MD, PhD

4

Breast MR Interventions – Bonnie N. Joe, MD, PhD

5

Faculty Panel: Digital Breast Tomosynthesis and Breast MRI – Bonnie N. Joe, MD, PhD – Moderator

6

Introduction to Digital Breast Tomosynthesis – Bonnie N. Joe, MD, PhD

7

MR Safety – Michael A. Ohliger, MD, PhD

4. Challenging Breast Cases Workshops

1

Challenging Breast MRI Cases – Bonnie N. Joe, MD, PhD

2

Challenging Digital Mammography Cases – Edward A. Sickles, MD, FACR

5. Breast Imaging

1

Multimodality Case Review, Including Breast MRI & Tomosynthesis – Heather I. Greenwood, MD

2

Multimodality Case Review, Including Breast MRI and Tomosynthesis – Heather I. Greenwood, MD

3

Optimizing Breast MRI for the Clinical Radiologist – Bonnie N. Joe, MD, PhD

4

Faculty Panel: Medicolegal Issues and Final Questions – Edward A. Sickles, MD, FACR – Moderator

5

Invasive Lobular Carcinoma: an Imaging Challenge – Edward A. Sickles, MD, FACR

6

Medicolegal Aspects of Breast Imaging – Edward A. Sickles, MD, FACR

Learning Objectives

After viewing this program, participants should be able to:

– Apply and utilize BI-RADS appropriately.

– Develop a skillful and practical approach to performing and interpreting mammography, US and MRI.

– Understand and implement the growing use of MRI and Digital Breast Tomosynthesis in the clinical setting.

– Facilitate compliance with reporting guidelines and management of patient follow-up

Intended Audience

This educational activity was designed for clinical radiologists, including radiologists who specialize in breast imaging.

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Series Release: April 1, 2018

Series Expiration: March 31, 2021

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03/05/2020 10:36

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