CME ON DEMAND: PET and PET/CT
Earn up to 13.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits and achieve your Maintenance of Certification (MOC) SA-CME requirements (25 SA-CME required every three years) by earning up to 13.75 SA-CME credits upon completion of this course.
Expiring September 30th, 2018, Instant access at your convenience anytime, anywhere.
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LIVE WEBINAR 2018: Advanced PET Imaging
Earn up to 16.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits by watching the course real-time from your computer or device. You will have the opportunity to send in Live Questions answered at the course. You will also receive 2 weeks access to the On-Demand Content after the course.
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|PET/CT 2015: Clinical Applications State of the Union||Andrew Quon, MD|
|Standardization of Scanning, Report Content and Quality||Johannes Czernin, MD|
|Importance of Patient Preparation for PET/CT||Don Yoo, MD|
|Using PET with a Purpose||Johannes Czernin, MD|
|SUV and Beyond: The Pros and Cons of Quantifying PET||Andrew Quon, MD|
|Lung cancer – How to Interpret PET/CT After Radiation and Thermal Ablation||Don Yoo, MD|
|Staging, Monitoring, and Interpretation Criteria in Lymphoma||Johannes Czernin, MD|
|Best Cases from Lymphoma Tumor Board||Andrew Quon, MD|
|Standard of Care Lung and Breast Cancer Imaging||Johannes Czernin, MD|
|PET/CT for Infection and Inflammation||Don Yoo, MD|
|Challenging Chest PET/CT Cases||Don Yoo, MD|
|Head/Neck and Brain Cancers: Case-based Review||Andrew Quon, MD|
|Cancers of the Abdomen and Pelvis||Johannes Czernin, MD|
|Challenging Abdomen and Pelvis PET/CT Cases I||Don Yoo, MD|
|Brain PET and Other Non-Oncologic PET: Case-based Review||Andrew Quon, MD|
|Challenging Abdomen and Pelvis PET/CT Cases II||Don Yoo, MD|
|Bone and Neuroendocrine Cancer Imaging: Clinically Important New Tracers||Johannes Czernin, MD|
|Clinically Important Cancers That Exhibit Modest FDG Activity||Andrew Quon, MD|