Essentials in Cross-sectional Anatomy and Pathology - Brisbane (Buy Ticket)
This activity is intended for:
Nuclear Medicine Scientists
CT and MRI Radiographers
On completion of the course you will be able to:
Demonstrate a relevant understanding of anatomical spatial relationships
Critically evaluate pathological changes relative to normal anatomy in each imaging modality
Critically discuss the application of anatomical and pathological knowledge to professional development and service improvement.
Cross-sectional anatomy of the head, neck, chest, abdomen, and pelvis
Use of cross-sectional anatomy to demonstrate live cases
Use of hybrid images to illustrate common disease states
Imaging strategies that are specific to disease processes
Effects of imaging on clinical outcomes and treatment strategies
Day 1 (Imaging Anatomy)
Day 2 (Imaging Pathology)
Inner Ear Anatomy
Inner Ear Pathology
Morning Tea 1100
Morning Tea 1100
Hepatobiliary anatomy and vasculature
Renal anatomy and vasculature
Pancreatic anatomy and vasculature
Adrenal anatomy and vasculature
Rectal anatomy and vasculature
Rectal pathology and fistula
Female and Male Pelvis Anatomy
Female and Male Pelvis pathology
Prof. Charbel Saade graduated from the University of Sydney in radiography, Masters in CT and MRI, and a Ph.D. in contrast media delivery. Charbel is currently working at the American University of Beirut as an Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator of Medical Imaging Sciences. He is a frequent lecturer in international congresses like ASMIRT, RSNA, ECR, and Arab Health. Charbel has co-authored more than 60 original papers with more than 70 abstracts presented. Charbel has a strong clinical background in the field of X-ray, CT, and MRI. Charbel is also an Adjunct Professor of Medical Imaging at the University of Canberra as well as editor in chief of the international journal of medical imaging. Charbel is the owner and convenor of MDCT.com.au and has been teaching radiographers for more than 10 years with the latest tips and tricks to reduce contrast media administration and radiation dose whilst maintaining image quality without compromising image quality. His particular focus also has been driven towards cross-sectional anatomy and pathology and its effects on image techniques. Charbel has a particular focus on education by changing radiology "one image at a time".
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