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REF Events : 3rd Musculoskeletal Radiology Revision Course

3rd MUSCULOSKELETAL RADIOLOGY REVIEW COURSE, APRIL 2008

  • The course was held from 4th to 6th April 2008 at Tata Memorial Hospital's R.D Choksi Auditorium Hall.
  • The registration fees were Rs.1200 for Residents and Rs.1500 for Consultants.
  • The program was as follows

Day 1- April 04, 2008

Topics

Speaker

Start Time

End Time

Duration

Disc diseases, canal stenosis & failed back
Bhavin Jankharia/
Shekhar Bhojraj
2.00 pm 3.00 pm 60m
Spine trauma
A Anbuarasu / Samir Dalvie
3.00 pm 4.00 pm 60m
Break 20m
Spine infections
Deepak Patkar / Abhay Nene
4.20 pm 5.15 pm 55m
Collapsed vertebra
 
5.15 pm 6.30 pm 75m
Radiology
A Anbuarasu
5.15 pm 5.40 pm 25m
Clinical issues
Ram Chaddha
5.40 pm 6.00 pm 20m
Vertebroplasty
Suyash Kulkarni
6.00 pm 6.30 pm 30m
Marrow - normal and abnormal
A Anbuarasu
6.30 pm 6.45 pm 15m

Day 1 questions

Day 2- April 05, 2008

Topics

Speaker

Start Time

End Time

Duration

Knee
  9.00 am 10.30 pm
90m
How I report a knee MRI
Bhavin Jankharia
9.10 am 10.00 am 10m
Menisci & cruciates
Darshana Sanghavi
9.30 am 10.15 am 50m
Clinical issues
Dinshaw Pardiwala
10.00 am 10.15 am 15m
OCD, osteonecrosis, cartilage issues
Darshana Sanghavi
10.15 am 10.30am 15m
Break 20m
Shoulder
 
10.50am 12.20pm 90m
How I report a shoulder MRI
Bhavin Jankharia
10.50am 11.00am 10m
Rotator cuff - MRI
Malini Lawande
11.00am 11.20 am 20m
Rotator cuff - USG
Bipin Shah
11.20 am 11.40 am 20m
Clinical issues
Sanjay Garude
11.40 am 12 noon 20m
Instability
Bhavin Jankharia
12 noon 12.20 pm 20m
Ankle & Foot
 
12.20 pm 1.00 pm 40m
MRI - Overview
Roy D'Souza
12.20 pm 1.00 pm 40m
Lunch 1pm-2pm (60m)
Ankle & Foot
 
2.00 pm 2.40 pm 40m
Tendons - USG
Ashwin Lawande
2.00 pm 2.20 pm 20m
Tendons - MRI
Roy D'Souza
2.20 pm 2.40 pm 20m
TM joint
Bhavin Jankharia
2.40 pm 3.00 pm 20m
Break 15m
Hip
 
3.15 pm 4.45 pm 90m
Osteonecrosis
Darshana Sanghavi
3.15 pm 3.35 pm 20m
Clinical issues
Sanjay Agarwala
3.35 pm 3.55 pm 20m
Femoro-acetabular impingement
Bhavin Jankharia
3.55 pm 4.15 pm 30m
Clincal Issues
Dinshaw Pardiwala
4.15 pm 4.35 pm 20m
Break 20m
Wrist & Hand
  5.05 pm 6.35 pm 85m
TFCC & carpal tunnel
Darshana Sanghavi
5.05 pm 5.25 pm 20m
Instability
Bhavin Jankharia
5.25 pm 5.45 pm 20m
Gamekeepr's thumb & flexor apparatus - USG
Ashwin Lawande
5.45 pm 6.15 pm 30m
Gamekeepr's thumb & flexor apparatus - MRI
Malini Lawande
6.15 pm 6.35 pm 20m

Day 2 questions

Day 3- April 06, 2008

Topics

Speaker

Start Time

End Time

Duration

Bone & Soft Tissue Tumors
 
9.00 am 12.05 am  
Plain radiographs
Ravi Ramakantan
9.00 am 9.45 am 45m
CT & MRI
Bhavin Jankharia
9.45 am 10.30 am 45m
Clinical issues
Ajay Puri
10.30 am 10.45 am 15m
Break 20m
Soft tissue tumor imaging
Bhavin Jankharia
11.05 am 11.35 pm 30m
Clnical issues
Manish Agarwal
11.35 pm 12.05 pm 30m
Fractures & trauma
Ravi Ramakantan
12.05 pm 12.50 pm 45m
Lunch 12.05pm-1.45pm (60m)
Arthropathies
Bhavin Jankharia
1.45 pm 2.30 pm 45m
Break 15m
Metabolic bone diseases
Ravi Ramakantan
2.45 pm 3.30 pm 60m

Day 3 questions


Questions

Day 1- April 04, 2008

Speaker

Question Duration (Mins)
Disc diseases, canal stenosis & failed back (60 Mins)
Shekhar Bhojraj
What aspects of disc anatomy are relevant to understanding disc disease? How does the disc degenerate and how is this relevant to imaging?
7
Bhavin Jankharia
What does the normal disc look like? What are the different types of disc degeneration and what is their appearance on imaging?
7
Shekhar Bhojraj
What terminology are you particular about in the reporting of disc bulges and herniation?
5
Bhavin Jankharia
Radiological reporting of disc bulges and herniation
7
Shekhar Bhojraj
What is canal stenosis and what do you expect from the radiologist while reporting MRIs?
5
Bhavin Jankharia
What are the radiological aspects of canal stenosis?
7
Shekhar Bhojraj
What are the various common causes of a failed back and what information do you need from imaging?
5
Bhavin Jankharia
What are the different imaging appearances in failed back?
7
 
Q & A
10
Spine trauma (60 Mins)
Samir Dalvie Please explain broad concepts of spine trauma based on the concept of force of trauma
10
A Anbuarasu What are the broad principles of imaging? What does spine trauma look like on plain radiographs, CT and MRI
15
Samir Dalvie When do you use plain radiographs, MRI & CT. What information do you expect from the imaging and the reports?
10
A Anbuarasu What is the relative role of the various modalities?
15
  Q & A
10
Spine infections (55 Mins)
Abhay Nene What is the epidemiology, etiopathology and pathophysiology of tuberculosis of the spine?
5
Deepak Patkar What are the typical plain radiographic, CT scan and MRI appearances of spine TB?
10
Abhay Nene What are the atypical manifestations of spine TB in clinical practice?
5
Deepak Patkar What are the plain radiographic, CT scan and MRI appearance of atypical spine TB?
10
Abhay Nene What information do you want from the radiologists? When do you dedide to biopsy?
5
Deepak Patkar What are the radiologic mimics of spine TB?
5
Bhavin Jankharia How do we biopsy?
5
  Q & A
10
Collapsed vertebra (75 Mins)
Ram Chaddha What is the typical presentation of a patient with a collapsed vertebra
5
A Anbuarasu What does a collapsed vertebra look like on plain radiographs, CT & MRI
7
A Anbuarasu What are the appearances of benign and pathologic collapsed vertebrae
8
Ram Chaddha What information do you want from a radiologist?
5
A Anbuarasu How do we differentiate benign from pathologic collapse
10
Ram Chaddha When do you decide to biopsy and when do you do or ask for a vertebroplasty?
5
Suyash Kulkarni Are they any specific issues when biopsying collapsed vertebrae?
5
Suyash Kulkarni Please tell us more about vertebroplasty.
20
  Q & A
10


Day 2- April 05, 2008

Speaker

Question Duration (Mins)
Knee (90 Mins)
Bhavin Jankharia
How do I perform and report a knee MRI
10
Dinshaw Pardiwala
What information do you want from a radiologist wrt meniscal pathology?
5
Darshana Sanghavi
What are the various aspects of meniscal pathology on MRI?
15
Dinshaw Pardiwala
What information do you want from a radiologist wrt the cruciates?
5
Darshana Sanghavi
What are the various issues regarding cruciate pathology on MRI?
15
Dinshaw Pardiwala
What information would you like from radologists in post-op menisci & cruciates?
5
Darshana Sanghavi
What are the typical post-operative appearances following meniscal & cruciate injury?
10
Dinshaw Pardiwala
What are clinical issues in OC lesions and OCD and what information do you want from radiologists?
5
Darshana Sanghavi
What are the typical radiological issues in OCD and OC lesions?
10
 
Q & A
10
Shoulder (60 Mins)
Bhavin Jankharia How do I perform and report a shoulder MRI
10
Sanjay Garude What are the clinical issues in rotator cuff pathology and what do you expect from radiologists?
10
Bipin Shah What are the USG appearances of rotator cuff pathology?
15
Malini Lawande What are the MRI appearances of rotator cuff pathology?
15
Sanjay Garude What are the clinical issues with instability & SLAP injuries?
10
Bhavin Jankharia What are the radiological appearances of instability and SLAP injuries?
20
  Q & A
10
Osteonecrosis (40 Mins)
Sanjay Agarwala What is the pathophysiology and etiology of osteonecrosis of the femoral head? 7
Darshana Sanghavi What are the typical plain x-ray, CT and MRI appearances of osteonecrosis of the femoral head? What are the typical differential diagnoses? 10
Sanjay Agarwala What information do you really want from the radiologists? 5
Darshana Sanghavi How do you stage AVN? Is MRI grading important? 10
  Q & A 8
Femoro-acetabular impingement (50 Mins)
Dinshaw Pardiwala What is FAI? What are its various types?
10
Bhavin Jankharia How do we perform an "FAI" study? What are the typical plain radiographic and MRI appearances in FAI?
15
Dinshaw Pardiwala What information are you looking for in patients with FAI?
5
Bhavin Jankharia How do we do an MRI arthrogram and what are the typcal appearances of the normal and abnormal labrum in FAI?
10
  Q & A
10

 

Day 3- April 06, 2008

Speaker

Question Duration (Mins)
Bone Tumors (105 Mins)
Manish Agarwal
What are the clinico-pathologic issues when dealing with bone tumors?
10
Ravi Ramakantan
What are the plain radiographic appearances of bone tumors?
35
Bhavin Jankharia
What are the CT & MRI appearances of bone tumors? When is one better than the other?
25
Manish Agarwal
What information do you want from a radiologist?
5
Bhavin Jankharia
What are the issues when staging bone tumors?
10
Manish Agarwal
When do you biopsy bone tumors? What are the clinical issues involved?
5
Bhavin Jankharia
How do we biopsy bone tumors?
5
Q & A
10
Soft Tissue Tumors (60 Mins)
Manish Agarwal What are the typical soft tissue tumors we encounter?
10
Bhavin Jankharia What are the typical imaging findings in soft tissue tumors?
15
Manish Agarwal What are the clinical issues involved with diagnosis & staging. What information do you want from a radiologist?
10
Bhavin Jankharia How do we stage soft tissue tumors?
10
Manish Agarwal When do we biopsy soft tissue tumors? What are the issues involved?
5
  Q & A
10






 

 

 

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