Neuroimaging - Day 2
Scott W. Atlas, Vincent Dousset, and Mark A. van Buchem, Organizers
Sunday, 22 April 2001

Last updated 20 January 2009

Educational Objectives:

Upon completion of this session, participants should be able to
Explain the principles of conventional MR sequences, perfusion MR, diffusion MR, MRS, and BOLD imaging;
Discuss the role of various MR techniques in the diagnosis of disorders of the spine, peripheral nerves, head and neck, base of the skull, orbit, adult, and pediatric white matter;
Describe the role of MR techniques in the workup of patients with cerebral infarction, neonatal ischemia, intracranial hemorrhage, brain tumors, psychiatric disorders and dementia, and epilepsy;
Describe the role of MR techniques in imaging the fetal brain and spine;
Explain the principles of molecular MRI in neuroradiology.

The Linking of Structural and Metabolic MR
08:00 MRS: Principles and Techniques Douglas L. Arnold
08:30 BOLD Imaging: Principles and Techniques Chrit T. Moonen
09:00 Brain Tumors Marco Essig
09:30 MR in Epilepsy Linda C. Meiners
10:00 Break
10:30 Adult White Matter Disorders Massimo Filippi
11:00 MR in Psychiatric Disorders and Dementia Perry F. Renshaw
Prenatal and Pediatric Neuroimaging
11:30 Fetal Brain and Spine MRI Deborah Levine
12:00 MR on Neonatal Ischemia Mary Rutherford
12:30 Pediatric White Matter Disease Jacob M. Valk
13:00 Break
Emerging Techniques in Neuroimaging
14:00 Interventional MRI: Clinical State of the Art Thomas Kahn
14:20 High Field Neuro MRI: Current Status Keith R. Thulborn
14:40 Molecular MR Mark D. Bednarski
15.00 Adjournment