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Artifacts and Physics in Daily Imaging Practice: A Case-Based Approach, Part I

This two-part course will be taught in a case-based format by renowned radiologists with physics expertise. Participants will develop practice-based physics knowledge that they can use on a daily basis. Perfect for practicing radiologists who would like to revitalize their knowledge of artifacts and physics as well as in-training radiologists who are preparing for examinations, this is a must-attend course for 2015.

Learning Outcomes
 
  • Detecting and assessing artifacts in US, MRI, Nuclear Medicine and CT
  • Demonstrate knowledge of the physics principles causing the artifacts
  • Identifying techniques that correct the artifacts
  • Demonstration in understanding the general physics principles utilized in US, MRI, Nuclear Medicine and CT

With Free Recordings

Virtual participants will also receive access to free recordings of the courses for which they are registered to refresh their knowledge after claiming credit. Recordings will be available through each participant's personalized Virtual Meeting portal, May 1–22, 2015.


Computer System Requirements for Live Symposium:
 

    Adobe Flash Plug-in
    Internet Explorer 7+, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari
    Broadband Internet connection
    Also compatible with iOS and Android based tablets and smartphones
 
 

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