(Non)Coronary CTA: Septal, Myocardial, and Valvular Abnormalities

Benjamin W. Strong, MD Chief Medical Officer, vRad

Instructor-Led Recorded Webinars

Recorded: 01/26/2016

1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™

Expires: 12/31/2017

Course Overview

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Learning Objectives

1.) Review cardiac abnormalities that can be identified on CT scans, both gated/dedicated and ungated.
2.) Understand the systematic assessment of cardiac structures to ensure detection of abnormalities not related to the coronary arteries.
3.) Review demonstrations of shunts and valve abnormalities to help reinforce the concept that proper interpretations depend on inferring physiologic information from anatomic images which applies to coronary CTA but also to imaging in general.

Audience and Claiming Credit

This course has been designed for radiologists. AMA PRA credit may only be claimed by, and awarded to, physicians who have completed an MD, DO or equivalent medical degree from another country.