Advances in Liver US, CT, and MRI

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  • Approver: ASRT®
  • ARRT®: Accepted
  • Expiration Date: 9/1/24
  • Credit Hours: 1 Category A Credit

Course Acceptance List

  • ARRT: Accepted
  • NMTCB: Accepted
  • Florida: Technical
  • Texas: Direct
  • ARDMS: Accepted
continuing education radiologic technologists - Image of human liver

CQR

continuing education radiologic technologists - CQR Computed Tomography
continuing education radiologic technologists - CQR Magnetic Resonance Imaging
continuing education radiologic technologists - CQR Registered Radiologist Assistant
continuing education radiologic technologists - CQR Sonography

Structured Education

continuing education radiologic technologists - CQR Computed Tomography
continuing education radiologic technologists - CQR Magnetic Resonance Imaging
continuing education radiologic technologists - CQR Registered Radiologist Assistant
continuing education radiologic technologists - CQR Sonography

Course Description And Objectives:

Objectives

  • Technical advances in liver imaging have been observed for ultrasound, computed tomography, and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
  • Quantitative liver imaging biomarkers are promising to measure disease severity and reduce interoperator variability.
  • Quantitative liver imaging biomarkers have the potential to be increasingly adopted in clinical practice.
  • Abbreviated MRI protocols will help fulfill an increasing number of examination requests.

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 liver diseases based on ultrasound (US), computed tomography (CT), and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), as applied for assessing steatosis, fibrosis, and focal lesions.

This activity may be available in multiple formats or from different sponsors. A self-learning activity can be completed only once per biennium.  ARRT® CE Requirements

Advances in Liver US, CT, and MRI Course