Clinical Intensive Education Option
Breast MRI
ORGANIZERS: Margaret A. Hall-Craggs, M.D. & Caroline Reinhold, M.D.
SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate to Advanced
Wednesday, 11 May 2011

This two-hour course will cover a number of important aspects of breast cancer, including the imaging of the dense breast, lymph node imaging from a clinical viewpoint and case-based approach to various breast lesions important in clinical practice. Lectures will address how to utilize MRI in breast cancer as well as to improve the understanding of the clinical perspective on lymph node imaging for breast cancer.
Upon completion of this course participants should be able to:
Describe the challenges of imaging the dense breast with MRI;
Appraise the clinical perspective on lymph node imaging in breast cancer; and
Apply MRI optimally in the assessment of various types of breast lesions.

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  Moderators: Fiona J. Gilbert, M.D. & Margaret A. Hall-Craggs, M.D.
13:30 Imaging of the Dense Breast   Fiona J. Gilbert, M.D.
14:15 Lymph Node Imaging: A Clinical Perspective   Michael Douek, M.D.
14:45 Breast Masses: A Case-Based Approach   Fiona J. Gilbert, M.D.
15:30 Adjourn