Course Tag: MRI Anatomy Bundle 1


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…

MRI for Parkinson’s Disease Diagnosis.

Must Complete By 5/1/24 Course Acceptance List Course Description And Objectives: Objectives Course Description The differential diagnosis of parkinsonian syndromes is considered one of the most challenging in neurology and error rates in the clinical diagnosis can be high even at specialized centers. Despite several limitations, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has undoubtedly enhanced the diagnostic…

Anatomy of the Appendicular Skeleton.

Must Complete By 5/1/24 Course Acceptance List Course Description And Objectives: Objectives Course Description As a refresher of Appendicular Skeletal Anatomy this CE Course defines the two major subdivisions of the skeletal system: Axial Skeleton and Appendicular Skeleton. Quickly refresh your knowledge on the bones of the upper and lower limbs including the wrists, hands,…

MSK Elbow Imaging with MRI Emphasis.

Must Complete By 5/1/24 Course Acceptance List Course Description And Objectives: Objectives Course Description The elbow is a complex joint made up of three separate articulations within a common capsule. The proximal ulna articulates with the trochlea and functions as a hinge joint, while the proximal radioulnar joint provides for rotational movement of the forearm.…

Muscle Anatomy and Structure.

Must Complete By 5/1/24 Course Acceptance List Course Description And Objectives: Objectives Course Description Think about the things that you do each day—talking, walking, sitting, standing, and running—all of these activities require movement of particular skeletal muscles. Skeletal muscles are even used during sleep. The diaphragm is a sheet of skeletal muscle that has to…

Magnetic Resonance Imaging Fundamentals.

Must Complete By 5/1/24 Course Acceptance List Course Description And Objectives: Objectives Course Description This course will provide the understanding of MRI fundamentals and how manipulating MRI parameters can affect the contrast of the final image.  The MRI fundamentals discussed include, echo time (TE), repetition time (TR), RF pulse, slice selection, spatial encoding, k-space, multiple…

Heart Anatomy and Physiology.

Must Complete By 5/1/24 Course Acceptance List Course Description And Objectives: Objectives Course Description In this chapter, you will explore the remarkable pump that propels the blood into the vessels. There is no single better word to describe the function of the heart other than “pump,” since its contraction develops the pressure that ejects blood…

Anatomy of the Axial Skeleton.

Must Complete By 5/1/24 Course Acceptance List Course Description And Objectives: Objectives Course Description As a refresher of Axial Skeletal Anatomy this CE Course defines the two major subdivisions of the skeletal system: Axial Skeleton and Appendicular Skeleton.  Quickly refresh your knowledge on the bony structures of the skull, cranial suture lines, cranial fossae, skull…