Topics for Clinical Practice
Thomas M. Grist, M.D., and Clifford R.
Jack, M.D., Organizers
Sunday, 13 July, 13:30 - 15:30 Last
updated 05 May 2009
This symposium will cover hot topics involving new techniques, controversial clinical
diseases, and updated protocols that are encountered with increasing frequency in daily
clinical practice. The purpose of this symposium is to get to the bottom line: What
is useful and what is not- in clinical practice. Attendees will bring home important
information to help their clinical practices. The expert speakers will draw clear
and straightforward conclusions. Each section will end with a concise summary and
sufficient time will be provided for audience interaction.
Educational Objectives: At the conclusion of this session, participants should be able to:
five points that can be used to improve imaging strategies in important areas of clinical
practice; Assess the applicability to
clinical practice of three newer imaging techniques.
The final five minutes
of each presentation will be reserved for questions.
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