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Bony Pathology: A Technologist Perspective [0]
Course sponsor: Medical Technology Management Institute
Skeletal radiography still makes up a major portion of medical imaging, principally due to its superior spatial resolution. In this webinar, we will analyze bone radiographic images of various body parts using a series of 12 radiographic factors commonly employed by radiologists. Features such as the bony cortex, trabeculae, and periosteum will be studied, as well as bone fractures and neoplasms. A consistent theme in this session will be role the radiographer plays in optimizing image quality in order to visualize bony pathologies.   Contact hours - 3.00
April 11, 2019; 06:00 PM, UTC -05:00
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Bony Pathology: A Technologist Perspective [0]
Course sponsor: Medical Technology Management Institute
Skeletal radiography still makes up a major portion of medical imaging, principally due to its superior spatial resolution. In this webinar, we will analyze bone radiographic images of various body parts using a series of 12 radiographic factors commonly employed by radiologists. Features such as the bony cortex, trabeculae, and periosteum will be studied, as well as bone fractures and neoplasms. A consistent theme in this session will be role the radiographer plays in optimizing image quality in order to visualize bony pathologies.   Contact hours - 3.00
June 17, 2019; 06:00 PM, UTC -05:00
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Bony Pathology: A Technologist Perspective [0]
Course sponsor: Medical Technology Management Institute
Skeletal radiography still makes up a major portion of medical imaging, principally due to its superior spatial resolution. In this webinar, we will analyze bone radiographic images of various body parts using a series of 12 radiographic factors commonly employed by radiologists. Features such as the bony cortex, trabeculae, and periosteum will be studied, as well as bone fractures and neoplasms. A consistent theme in this session will be role the radiographer plays in optimizing image quality in order to visualize bony pathologies.   Contact hours - 3.00
September 17, 2019; 06:00 PM, UTC -05:00
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Bony Pathology: A Technologist Perspective [0]
Course sponsor: Medical Technology Management Institute
Skeletal radiography still makes up a major portion of medical imaging, principally due to its superior spatial resolution. In this webinar, we will analyze bone radiographic images of various body parts using a series of 12 radiographic factors commonly employed by radiologists. Features such as the bony cortex, trabeculae, and periosteum will be studied, as well as bone fractures and neoplasms. A consistent theme in this session will be role the radiographer plays in optimizing image quality in order to visualize bony pathologies.   Contact hours - 3.00
December 10, 2019; 06:00 PM, UTC -06:00
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Have No Fear – FISH Automation is Here! [0]
Course sponsor: Applied Spectral Imaging (ASI)
“Automation” may seem frightening at first, but it is inevitable. This was true of moving away from film to digital as well. The goal of this webinar is to explore how ASI is providing a smooth transition to FISH automation in order to expedite and improve the diagnostics process. The next evolution of testing means that the monitor is the new microscope, and ASI is here to facilitate.   Contact hours - 1.00
April 10, 2019; 08:00 AM, UTC -07:00
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Histopathology and The CSI Effect [0]
Course sponsor: National Society for Histotechnology (NSH)
This webinar will discuss the history of forensic science and how it relates to the autopsy. We will also discuss the role of the autopsy in pop culture. Lastly, we will analyze the role of popular culture in the American legal and death investigation system.   Contact hours - 1.00
October 23, 2019; 01:00 PM, UTC -04:00
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Interesting Retinal Cases [0]
Course sponsor: Ophthalmic Photographers' Society
The course will present a variety of retina cases covering a wide range of pathology. Emphasis will be placed on imaging interpretation, diagnostic testing, formulating differential diagnoses and disease management.   Contact hours - 1.00
March 19, 2019; 09:00 PM, UTC -04:00
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March Cyto-econference 2019 [0]
Course sponsor: American Society of Cytopathology (ASC)
Neuroendocrine neoplasms of the pancreas and gastrointestinal tract are diverse tumors with variable cytomorphology and grades. While the cytologic diagnosis of classical examples is straightforward, exceptions exist that create challenges in diagnosis and distinction from key differentials. This webinar will explore the cytomorphologic repertoire of well-differentiated neuroendocrine tumors and poorly-differentiated neuroendocrine carcinoma with emphasis on morphologic pitfalls, grading methodologies and distinguishing features from frequent mimics. Additionally, pitfalls and limitations of cytology and ancillary testing in diagnosis and grading will be explored as well as tumor nomenclature at metastatic sites, wording of reports and handling of grade-discordant and ambiguous cases.   Contact hours - 1.00
March 26, 2019; 03:00 PM, UTC -05:00
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OCT-A and Multimodality Features of the Heidelberg [0]
Course sponsor: Ophthalmic Photographers' Society
This course will discuss the Multimodalities found in the Heidelberg equipment and what modality is best used to get the optimal imaging information to your physician. We will also discuss the use of OCT-A in different pathologies.   Contact hours - 1.00
March 28, 2019; 09:00 PM, UTC -04:00
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Stereotactic Breast Biopsy [0]
Course sponsor: Medical Technology Management Institute
Stereotactic breast biopsy is used to obtain pathologic information from mammographic areas of suspicion. When a mass, microcalcifications, or area of abnormal tissue change exist, stereotactic breast biopsy offers a minimally invasive alternative to open surgical biopsy, often before a mass develops. This webinar offers the attendee the opportunity to learn the basics, as well as the tricks of the trade from an experienced technologist and supervisor. MTMI believes this education will bridge gaps in training, so that intelligent performance becomes your daily mode of operation in your imaging centers. Critical thinking becomes possible once attendees develop an understanding why and how this procedure is done. In addition to covering quality assurance and patient documentation, the seminar reviews the ACR accreditation requirements, and fulfills the credits required for accreditation.   Contact hours - 8.00
April 13, 2019; 09:30 AM, UTC -05:00
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Stereotactic Breast Biopsy [0]
Course sponsor: Medical Technology Management Institute
Stereotactic breast biopsy is used to obtain pathologic information from mammographic areas of suspicion. When a mass, microcalcifications, or area of abnormal tissue change exist, stereotactic breast biopsy offers a minimally invasive alternative to open surgical biopsy, often before a mass develops. This webinar offers the attendee the opportunity to learn the basics, as well as the tricks of the trade from an experienced technologist and supervisor. MTMI believes this education will bridge gaps in training, so that intelligent performance becomes your daily mode of operation in your imaging centers. Critical thinking becomes possible once attendees develop an understanding why and how this procedure is done. In addition to covering quality assurance and patient documentation, the seminar reviews the ACR accreditation requirements, and fulfills the credits required for accreditation.   Contact hours - 8.00
September 14, 2019; 08:30 AM, UTC -05:00
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Stereotactic Breast Biopsy [0]
Course sponsor: Medical Technology Management Institute
Stereotactic breast biopsy is used to obtain pathologic information from mammographic areas of suspicion. When a mass, microcalcifications, or area of abnormal tissue change exist, stereotactic breast biopsy offers a minimally invasive alternative to open surgical biopsy, often before a mass develops. This webinar offers the attendee the opportunity to learn the basics, as well as the tricks of the trade from an experienced technologist and supervisor. MTMI believes this education will bridge gaps in training, so that intelligent performance becomes your daily mode of operation in your imaging centers. Critical thinking becomes possible once attendees develop an understanding why and how this procedure is done. In addition to covering quality assurance and patient documentation, the seminar reviews the ACR accreditation requirements, and fulfills the credits required for accreditation.   Contact hours - 8.00
November 09, 2019; 08:00 AM, UTC -06:00
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The Generation and Use of Carrier-Based Multi-Tissue-Blocks (CBMTBs) for IHC Applications [0]
Course sponsor: National Society for Histotechnology (NSH)
Paraffin blocks containing several tissues have become a major tool in surgical pathology. As multi-tissue blocks, they usually consist of few rather large samples and as tissue micro-arrays they may contain up to several hundred small sized tissue cores. This webinar will discuss a novel approach using carrier-based multi-tissue blocks (CBMTBs) to generate multi-tissue blocks employing tissue as a carrier in which tissue cores are inserted. The webinar will cover the application of CBMTMs and its benefits   Contact hours - 1.00
June 26, 2019; 01:00 PM, UTC -04:00
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What To Do When Imaging Becomes Difficult [0]
Course sponsor: Ophthalmic Photographers' Society
This course will present a series of short tips and strategies for maximizing diagnostic information in OCT’s, Fundus Photography & Fluorescein Angiography. Troubleshooting techniques will be covered in getting around the pitfalls of difficult media opacities, patients with special needs and challenging pathologies. We will discuss achieving the optimal scan for various pathology of both central and peripheral retina. Techniques such as EDI (Enhanced Depth Imaging) will be discussed. We will look at different scan and photography options to help the technician get the best image possible for the physician. Case examples will be given. Objectives: At the conclusion of this course the student will be able to: 1. Identify common artifacts in OCT and Fundus photography. 2. Apply tips and strategies to maximize diagnostic information when performing imaging test. 3. Understand how to achieve the best possible images when working with various challenges of both the central and peripheral retina.   Contact hours - 1.00
March 27, 2019; 09:00 PM, UTC -04:00
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