Imaging of COVID-19

Benjamin W. Strong, MD & Juan Batlle, MD

FREE Instructor-Led Recorded Webinars

Released: 03/17/2020

1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™

Expires: 03/17/2022

Course Overview

As COVID-19 spreads rapidly worldwide, chest CTs are emerging as a critical diagnostic tool for this infection and it is likely that radiologists will be called upon for their diagnostic expertise. Dr. Strong and Dr. Batlle present important information for the practicing radiologist including:

  1. Review of two COVID-19 cases diagnosed with chest CT in the US
  2. Four stages of imaging findings
  3. Global perspective on COVID-19 CT diagnostic findings, and
  4. COVID-19 reporting best practices

Learning Objectives

1. Understand the imaging appearance of atypical pulmonary infection
2. Demonstrate several cases of COVID-19 infection of the lungs
3. Provide guidance to radiologists tasked with interpreting chest radiography and CT of patients with flu-like illness

Audience and Claiming Credit

This course has been designed for radiologists.

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