CLINICAL CATEGORICAL COURSE
Shoulder Instability: Clinical considerations and imaging needs?
Organizer: Juerg Hodler, M.D., M.B.A.
Skill Level: Intermediate - Advanced
Wednesday, 7 May 2008
This two-hour course will open with an orthopedic surgeon who has special interest in imaging. He will present the current clinical concepts of shoulder instability, the surgical consequences of various types of instability and potential postoperative complications. Two radiologists will then present the roles of 1) standard MRI and 2) MR arthrography and other potential imaging methods in diagnosing the changes associated with shoulder instability, including postoperative imaging. The three presentations will be followed by a discussion of controversies in field of imaging of shoulder instability.
Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to:
The clinical categorical courses are designed for clinical radiologists, neuroradiologists, neurosurgeons, neurologists, cardiologists, oncologists, practicing clinicians and scientists, from beginning to advanced experience levels working in MR.
|10:30||Post-traumatic Shoulder Instability||Diane L. Dahm, M.D.|
|11:00||Conventional MRI in Evaluation of Shoulder Instability||Hollis G. Potter, M.D.|
|11:30||MR Arthrography in Evaluation of Shoulder Instability||Christian W. Pfirrmann, M.D.|
|12:00||Discussion||Moderators and Speakers|