Vascular and Interventional Radiology Update - OAR

Vascular & Interventional Radiology Update: Practical Information for Community Radiologists

Course Objectives: At the end of this event, participants should be able to:

• Describe and understand the management of anticoagulants during interventional radiology procedures and how to optimize periprocedural hemostasis

• Review the techniques involved with uterine fibroid and prostate artery embolization including what findings are relevant on preprocedure and post-procedure imaging • Identify and discuss the different appearances of malignancy post-interventional oncology procedures (embolization/RFA/ cryoablation)

• Identify and discuss the different imaging appearances of vascular anomalies and soft tissue masses on multi-modality imaging

• Recommend different protocols for MR Angiography of vascular anomalies, AVF and soft tissue masses

• Review and discuss the morbidity and mortality associated with iliofemoral DVT and the radiologist’s importance in detecting these findings • Review and discuss the reporting of Arterial doppler examinations

• Identify and relate what findings are important to the vascular surgeon when reporting CTA/MRA runoffs in the setting of AAA/ TAA

• Describe and discuss the techniques involved with GI embolization with an emphasis on the important findings on pre-procedure and post-procedure imaging

• Apply to their daily practice “tips and tricks” for performing procedures and managing complications

• Review a broad spectrum of challenging cases » The CanMed roles being addressed in the course are Medical Expert and Scholar

 

Location: 
Twenty Toronto Street
Saturday, May 25, 2019 (All day)
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