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Multi-Disciplinary Approach to Cancer Imaging

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Multi-Disciplinary Approach to Cancer Imaging

Time: April 24, 2009 to April 26, 2009
Location: Rochester, MI 48307
Street: 600 East University Drive
City/Town: Rochester
Website or Map: http://radlist.com/meeting.as…
Phone: (248) 652-2600
Event Type: multi-disciplinary, approach
Organized By: American Osteopathic College of Radiology
Latest Activity: Mar 11, 2009

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Event Description

Multi-Disciplinary Approach to Cancer Imaging
Friday, April 24, 2009 - Sunday, April 26, 2009
Rochester, MI

MEETING SPONSOR:
American Osteopathic College of Radiology

Rhonda Boehner
119 East Second Street
Milan, MO 63556
USA
Toll-Free 800-258-2627
660-265-4011
FAX 660-265-3494
Email: rhonda@aocr.org
Website: http://www.aocr.org

CONFERENCE CENTER:
Royal Park Hotel
600 East University Drive
Rochester, MI 48307
(248) 652-2600
FAX (248) 453-8600
Email: info@royalparkhotel.net
Website: http://www.royalparkhotel.net/

MEETING BROCHURE:
To view and print the meeting brochure, click here:
http://www.aocr.org

MEETING DESCRIPTION:
Course Description

This CME Activity is intended to provide the target audience with an overview of the latest offerings in the cancer imaging arena from a multidisciplinary approach. PET/CT imaging and its current role of cancer detection, management and surveillance will be discussed. Common cancers and their latest imaging techniques will be reviewed. Selected topics in latest cancer treatments developed with imaging guidance and interventional techniques will be presented.

Target Audience

This CME activity is intended for the practicing radiologist, radiation oncologist, oncologist, or any physician involved in cancer patient treatment and management.

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course, attendees should be able to:
1. Discuss the role of PET/CT in the management of cancer
2. Describe the latest imaging pathway for breast cancer detection and surveillance
3. Describe the latest gastrointestinal and biliary malignancy imaging and
interventional techniques
4. Describe the latest imaging and imaging guided interventions for solid visceral
malignancies
5. Understand the role of anatomic pathways of tumor invasion within the head and
neck region
6. Review the imaging pathway for common pediatric solid visceral tumors
7. Understand the important role imaging plays in surgical approach to
musculoskeletal tumors
8. Know the latest common tumor treatments and interventions developed with
imaging guidance

FRIDAY, APRIL 24

7:00 am Registration and Continental Breakfast

7:30 am IMAGING PATHWAYS FOR BREAST CANCER

8:30 am IMAGING EVALUATION OF PANCREATIC BILIARY TUMORS

9:30 am INTRODUCTION TO PET CT

10:30 am HOW TO USE PET/CT: CASE EXAMPLES

11:30 am LUNCH

12:30 pm MINIMALLY INVASIVE TREATMENT & IMAGING OF LIVER TUMORS

1:30 pm CURRENT IMAGING GUIDED TREATMENT FOR RENAL CANCERS

2:30 pm PET CT OF BREAST CANCER

3:30 pm IMAGING GUIDED TREATMENTS FOR OTHER SOLID TUMORS

4:30 pm INTERESTING CASES: A PANEL DISCUSSION

SATURDAY, APRIL 25

7:00 am Registration and Continental Breakfast

7:30 am PET/CT OF LUNG CANCER

8:30 am CURRENT IMAGING BASED TREATMENT FOR LUNG CANCER

9:30 am IMAGING PATHWAYS FOR HEAD & NECK CANCER

10:30 am ROLE OF INTERVENTIONS IN DIAGNOSIS & TREATMENT OF HEAD & NECK CANCER

11:30 am IMAGING REVIEW OF COMMON PEDIATRIC TUMORS

12:30 pm Lunch Lecture
CURRENT IMAGING GUIDED INTERVENTION IN BILIARY & PANCREATIC MALIGNANCIES

1:30 pm PET/CT OF COLORECTAL CANCER

2:30 pm CURRENT IMAGING GUIDED INTERVENTION IN ESOPHAGEAL & COLORECTAL MALIGNANCIES

3:30 pm IMAGING PATHWAYS FOR SPINAL TUMORS

4:30 pm IMAGING GUIDED INTERVENTIONS FOR DIAGNOSIS & TREATMENT OF SPINAL TUMORS

SUNDAY, APRIL 26

7:00 am Continental Breakfast

7:30 am CEREBRAL NEOPLASMS

8:30 am PET CT OF LYMPHOMA

9:30 am PET CT EVALUATION OF BONE & SOFT TISSUE TUMORS

10:30 am WHAT ORTHOPEDIC & ONCOLOGIC SURGEONS NEED TO KNOW FROM
IMAGING

INSTRUCTORS:
Mandava, Bassi, Pernicone, Nutting, Trimmer, Young, Wong, Kottamasu, Dua, Carter, Arsenault

CME HOURS: 25

LECTURE TOPICS:
Body Imaging, CT, MRI, Nuclear Medicine

ACTIVITIES: not listed

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