Radiology CME courses listed encompass a wide spectrum of radiology practice. Courses range from comprehensive reviews of radiology, updates in new trends and techniques, to focused reviews of specific subfields of radiology.
37 CME credits
This extensive radiology review consists of recorded lectures covering a wide range of topics for board review, including MSK, cardiovascular, breast, chest, neuroradiology, pediatric radiology, and nuclear medicine diagnostic imaging, as well as interventional radiology. High yield radiologic diagnosis with a discussion of pathology is presented.
18.5 CME credits
Devoted to sports related disorders of all the major joints. Specific topics include Arthrsocopy with MR Correlation, AC Joint Pathology, Pediatric/Adolescent Sports Injuries of the Elbow and Shoulder, and more.
8.25 CME credits
This radiology CME course provides a detailed overview of breast imaging modalities. Faculty come from Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Columbia, and several other academic institutions.
UCSF offers the Comprehensive radiology review. This is another great radiology board review course. Taught by the faculty of UCSF, this course covers multiple modalities including CT, mammography, ultrasound, MRI and nuclear medicine. Completion of the course and associated evaluations provides 42.5 CME credits.
The U Penn Neuroradiology and Head & Neck Review covers topics neuroimaging findings and diagnoses as well as structural abnormalities of the head and neck, spine, and vascular abnormalities. Multiple imaging modalities are reviewed. A total of 17.5 CME credits are available.
Covers cardiovascular imaging, topics in thoracic oncology, and diffuses diseases of the lungs. 11 CME credits area available.
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