2014 Intensive Head & Neck Imaging Conference
12th Annual University of Utah Neuroradiology Conference
This comprehensive course in head and neck imaging is intended to give radiologists an in-depth exposure to head and neck anatomy, diagnoses and important differential diagnoses with focused, dedicated sessions on the important differential diagnoses of the brain, spine, skull base, cranial nerves and surrounding important anatomic landscape.
- Michelle A. Michel, MD, Medical College of Wisconsin
- Lawrence E. Ginsberg, MD, Anderson Cancer Center
- Philip R. Chapman, MD, University of Alabama Birmingham
At the conclusion of the conference, the participant will be able to:
- Understand relevant head and neck anatomy issues.
- Provide information on current imaging techniques and choosing the most appropriate studies for imaging the head and neck.
- Discuss differential diagnoses of the head and neck based on imaging characteristics of pathology.
The course is divided into a mix of didactic lectures on head and neck imaging issues, protocols, and diseases, with special sessions on vital differential diagnoses. This will be reinforced with numerous interactive case reviews covering unknown head and neck cases correlating with the didactic sessions. This time is designed to present the participant with hundreds of individual case examples of head and neck lesions. Case presentations will be within a format with each individual case initially viewed as an unknown, maximizing the faculty-participant dynamic.
This course is specifically designed for head and neck clinicians and general radiologists, as well as head and neck surgeons, and specialized head and neck neuroradiologists in both academic and non-academic environments.
This unique, intensive week long course allows an unprecedented experience for registrants to personally discuss individual cases with the authors of best selling and unmatched textbooks on head and neck imaging.
Participants will also have the opportunity to bring their own unknown cases for discussion with these head and neck imaging experts. Our goal with this conference, as with all the University of Utah Neuroradiology conferences, is to give the participants a wealth of practical knowledge that can be used immediately in their practice through the presentation and discussion of an exhaustive array of pathologies with a plethora of cases.