Course Tag: Computed Tomography


Metastatic Breast Cancer: Imaging Diagnosis.

Course Acceptance List Course Description And Objectives: Objectives Course Description In this course understand the imaging modalities that may be used for the staging of women with advanced breast cancer. Learn the evidence behind the imaging modalities that characterize metastases in breast cancer. Learn why PET-CT may detect metastases with higher sensitivity than conventional imaging…

Using CT, MRI, and PET to 3D Print Pituitary Tumors.

Course Acceptance List Course Description And Objectives: Objectives Course Description Pituitary adenomas can give rise to a variety of clinical disorders and surgery is often the primary treatment option. Learn in this course how a 3D patient-specific anatomical model based on a challenging clinical case was created by segmenting the pituitary gland, pituitary adenoma, carotid…

Post-Mortem CT: Burned Bodies.

****Warning: Graphic Images**** Course Acceptance List Course Description And Objectives: Objectives Course Description This course will show how post-mortem computed tomography (PMCT) has become an accessible and contemporary tool for forensic investigations. In the case of burn victims, it provides specific semiologies requiring a knowledgeable understanding to differentiate between the normal post-mortem changes from heat-related…

Advances in Liver US, CT, and MRI.

Course Acceptance List Course Description And Objectives: Objectives Course Description Over the past two decades, the epidemiology of chronic liver disease has changed with an increase in the prevalence of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease in parallel to the advent of curative treatments for hepatitis C. Recent developments provided new tools for diagnosis and monitoring of…

Modern Post-Mortem Imaging

Modern Post-Mortem Imaging.

Course Acceptance List Course Description And Objectives: Objectives Course Description Our Modern post-mortem Imaging course investigates the use of an increasing number of digital imaging methods, which can be collected under the term “post-mortem imaging”. Most methods of forensic imaging are from the radiology field and are therefore techniques that show the interior of the…

Bullet Types Determined Using CT Numbers

Bullet Types Determined Using CT Numbers.

Course Acceptance List Course Description And Objectives: Objectives Course Description This course presents a viable method for distinguishing copper and lead bullets in situ via CT and highlights of the potential pitfalls of incorrect classifications. Although computed tomography (CT) is usually performed on shooting victims, visual assessment, or caliber measurements using CT can be challenging…

Nervous System: Anatomy and Physiology.

Course Acceptance List Course Description And Objectives: Objectives Course Description In this chapter, you will explore our incredible nervous system that is responsible for all our senses, thoughts, feelings, body movements and the automatic body functions that sustain life, such as heartbeat and breathing.  Refresh your knowledge with the interworking’s of the different parts of…