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SCCT Cardiac CT Live Reading Sessions with the Experts for residents and fellows
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This series of 7 sessions will educate radiology residents and cardiology fellows about the use of cardiac CT through live case-based reading.

4/14/2020 to 5/26/2020
When: Weekly on Tuesdays at 11am ET
11:00 AM
Where: Online
United States


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Program Chairs: Maros Ferencik, MD, FSCCT and Chris Maroules. MD, FSCCT

Free and open to members and non-members on the RingCentral/Zoom platform. Pre-registration required. *Our platform cam accommodate a limited number of spots for this free event. The webinar is first come, first served, and registration does not guarantee a spot.

This series of 7 sessions will educate radiology residents and cardiology fellows about the use of cardiac CT through live case-based reading sessions.

 

Time: Tuesdays 11am EDT

  • Week 1 (4/14): Basic Coronary CTA with cath correlation with Maros Ferencik, MD, PhD, MCR, FSCCT (View recording)
  • Week 2 (4/21): Basic Coronary CTA with cath correlation with Jeff Carr, MD, MSc, MSCCT (View recording)
  • Week 3 (4/28): Basic Coronary CTA with cath correlation with  Brian Ghoshhajra, MD, MBA, FSCCT (View recording)
  • Week 4 (5/5): Hands-on pre and post TAVR evaluation with Jonathon Leipsic, MD, FSCCT (View recording)
  • Week 5 (5/12): Acute chest pain, coronary CTA and triple rule out with Chris Maroules. MD, FSCCT (View recording)
  • Week 6 (5/19): Evaluation of left atrial appendage – clots and pre-procedure planning with Ahmad Slim, MD, FSCCT (View recording)
  • Week 7 (5/26): Anomalous Coronaries with Ron Blankstein, MD, MSCCT (View recording)

Case credits are available for an additional fee. Cases may be counted toward Level 2 and 3 requirements. 

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