Neuroimaging - Day 1
William T.C. Yuh, Organizer
Saturday, 18 May 2002

Last updated 20 February 2009

Educational Objectives:

Upon completion of this session, participants should be able to:
Describe several of the newest and most promising MR techniques and the clinical applications;
Implement many new techniques and clinical applications in daily practice;
Compare new knowledge and current practice, to recognize the strengths and weaknesses in their own practice;
Understand the strengths and weaknesses of various techniques in clinical applications;
Identify areas that potentially benefit clinical practice and patient management.
08:30 Clinical Spectroscopy William G. Bradley, Jr.
08:50 Optimal CNS Protocol and Lesion Contrast William G. Bradley, Jr.
09:10 Diffusion Imaging Norman J. Beauchamp
09:30 Perfusion Imaging James M. Provenzale
09:50 Interaction/Discussion
10:20 Break
10:40 Acute Stroke: Perspectives from a Stroke Neurologist Steven Warach
11:00 Imaging of Acute Stroke James M. Provenzale
11:30 Acute Stroke: See and Treat William T. C. Yuh
12:00 Interaction/Discussion
12:30 Break
14:00 Psychiatric Disorders and Dementia Perry F. Renshaw
14:20 Infection/Inflammation Mark A. Van Buchem
14:40 Brain Tumor & Tumor Alike Marco Essig
15:00 Interaction/Discussion
15:30 Break
15:50 Essential MR Physics for Imaging on the Central Nervous System Jeffrey L. Duerk
16:10 Functional Imaging Vincent P. Matthews
16:30 CTA/MRA Patrick A. Turski
16:50 Advanced Application in Clinical Setting: 0.2-3.0T Lawrence N. Tanenbaum
17:10 Interaction/Discussion
17:30 Adjournment