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Multimodality Approach To The Detection and Diagnosis of Occult Breast Cancer

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Multimodality Approach To The Detection and Diagnosis of Occult Breast Cancer

Time: November 18, 2009 to November 21, 2009
Location: Carrara, QSL, Australia 4211, INTL
Street: Palm Meadows Drive
City/Town: Carrara
Website or Map: http://radlist.com/meeting.as…
Phone: 61 7 5555 7700
Event Type: multimodality, approach, breast, cancer
Organized By: Mammography Education, Inc.
Latest Activity: Mar 11, 2009

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Multimodality Approach To The Detection and Diagnosis of Occult Breast Cancer
Wednesday, November 18, 2009 - Saturday, November 21, 2009
Carrara, QSL, Australia 4211, INTL

MEETING SPONSOR:
Mammography Education, Inc.
László Tabár, M.D., F.A.C.R.
4429 E Spur Drive
Cave Creek, AZ 85331
(480) 419-0227
FAX (480) 419-0219
Email: info@mammographyed.com
Website: http://www.mammographyed.com


CONFERENCE CENTER:
Radisson Resort Gold Coast
Palm Meadows Drive
Carrara, QSL, Australia 4211, INTL
Toll-Free (800) 333-3333
61 7 5555 7700
FAX 61 7 5555 7701
Website: http://www.radisson.com/goldcoastau


MEETING DESCRIPTION:
Having participated in this course, the physician should:

Be familiar with the varying appearance of a normal mammogram.

Understand the subgroups of in situ and invasive breast cancer.

Have competence in the differential diagnosis of breast diseases.

Be able to guide the diagnostic workup using mammography, ultrasound and perform needle biopsy.

Be able to analyze the mammographic and ultrasound image and determine which adjunctive methods will be most appropriate for each of the subgroups of breast diseases.

Appreciate the importance of weekly tumor board meetings and cooperation among radiologists, surgeons and pathologists.

Understand the value and relationship of the main prognostic factors in order to predict the outcome of the disease.

The technologists having attended the course should be proficient in mammographic technique and understand the rationale of mammographic workup in order to be a valuable member of the diagnostic team. This course is particularly recommended for technologists already familiar with mammography.


INSTRUCTORS:
Tabar, Berry, Reynaga

CME HOURS: 26

LECTURE TOPICS:
Mammography/Women's Imaging, MRI, Ultrasound

ACTIVITIES: Beach/Ocean, Golf/Tennis

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