NYU’s Advanced Imaging of the Musculoskeletal System: Up Your Game

NYU School of Medicine Clinical Update (SA-CME)

Expand your knowledge and learn the latest advances in musculoskeletal imaging with this expertly designed CME program.

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This CME program is a comprehensive look at new developments and updates in the field of musculoskeletal imaging. NYU’s Advanced Imaging of the Musculoskeletal System: Up Your Game includes case-based lectures covering a wide array of topics, including common sports specific injuries, nerve imaging, bone tumors, imaging of arthritis and cartilage, pediatric imaging, spine imaging, musculoskeletal infection, and more. It will help you to better:

  • Determine strategies to modify imaging techniques and protocols for all areas of musculoskeletal MRI including hip, knee, shoulder, and foot
  • Develop a working differential for tumors of bone and soft tissues, and recognize if additional imaging or tissue sampling is justified
  • Evaluate the role of imaging in the diagnosis and treatment of inflammatory arthritides like rheumatoid and spondyloarthropathies
  • Describe techniques to improve MR imaging in the presence of hardware, as well as the major areas of pathology diagnosed in patients post hip arthroplasty

Expand Your Skills

Available online, NYU’s Advanced Imaging of the Musculoskeletal System: Up Your Game  provides a maximum of 18.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits ™ and access to unbiased, evidence-based content and case-based reviews so you can expand your knowledge and incorporate the latest guidelines into your daily practice.

View our full list of Topics/Speakers, Faculty, Accreditation and Media Format information.

Quick Facts

Provider: NYU School of Medicine

Course Director:
Michael P. Recht, MD
Louis Marx Professor and Chairman
Department of Radiology

Leon D. Rybak, MD
Associate Professor of Radiology
Vice Chair of Operations
Department of Radiology

Credits: Earn a maximum of 18.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits

Lower Extremity 1

  • Patterns of Knee Injury - Donald L. Resnick, MD
  • Anterior Knee Pain - Mini N. Pathria, MD
  • Avulsion Injuries of the Knee - Zehava Sadka Rosenberg, MD
  • MRI of the Knee: How Important are the Corners? - Lawrence M. White, MD
  • Menisci and Cruciates: Is There Anything New I Need to Know? - Christine B. Chung, MD
  • Cartilage Repair: How Can I Help My Surgeon? - Michael P. Recht, MD and Eric J. Strauss, MD
  • Challenging Cases - William R. Walter, MD

Odds and Ends

  • Muscle Injuries: How Should I Report Them? - Gregory I. Chang, MD
  • Neuropathy of the Lower Extremity - Zehava Sadka Rosenberg, MD
  • Metabolic Bone Disease: The Basics - Michael J. Tuite, MD
  • Stress Injuries - Mini N. Pathria, MD

Arthritis and Infection

  • Arthritis: A Target Area Approach - Donald L. Resnick, MD
  • Advanced Imaging of the Hands and Wrists in Rheumatoid Arthritis - David A. Rubin, MD
  • The ABCs of Spondyloarthropathies - Catherine N. Petchprapa, MD
  • Osteomyelitis and Septic Arthritis: Mechanisms and Situations - Donald L. Resnick, MD

Lower Extremity 2

  • Ankle Instability: The Highs and Lows - Laura W. Bancroft, MD, FACR
  • An Imaging Approach to Heel Pain - David A. Rubin, MD
  • Ligaments of the Hind and Midfoot - Zehava Sadka Rosenberg, MD
  • Metatarsalgia - Christine B. Chung, MD

Lower Extremity 3

  • Abdominal Wall Muscle Injuries Outside the Groin - Lawrence M. White, MD
  • Groin Injuries in Athletes - Erin Alaia, MD
  • Tendons of the Pelvis and Hip: Anatomy and Pathology - Mini N. Pathria, MD
  • Osteonecrosis and Osteopenia: Concepts and Controversies - Donald L. Resnick, MD
  • MR of FAI and the Labrum: What Should I Report? - Laura W. Bancroft, MD, FACR
  • Challenging Cases - Dana Lin, MD
  • Soft Tissue Tumors: Pitfalls and Mimics - Leon D. Rybak, MD
  • Tumor Biopsy: Dilemmas and Pitfalls - Christopher Burke, MD

Upper Extremity 1

  • MR of the Elbow: Imaging Pearls - Michael J. Tuite, MD
  • Ulnar-Sided Wrist Pain - Laura W. Bancroft, MD, FACR
  • Imaging of Chest Wall Injuries - David A. Rubin, MD
  • MRI of Commonly Encountered Finger Pathology - Catherine N. Petchprapa, MD
  • Pediatric Sports Injuries of the Upper Extremity - David A. Rubin, MD
  • Challenging Cases - Renata La Rocca Vieira, MD

Upper Extremity 2

  • Commonly Missed Fractures of the Upper Extremity - Laura W. Bancroft, MD, FACR
  • MR of the Rotator Cuff: Pearls and Pitfalls - Soterios Gyftopoulos, MD, MSc
  • Imaging the Shoulder Labrum: Above the Equator - Michael J. Tuite, MD
  • Glenohumeral Instability: MR-Arthroscopy Correlation - Erin Alaia, MD
  • Post-Operative Shoulder: How to Image and What Do I Need to Know - Lawrence M. White, MD
  • The Rotator Cuff Interval: Anatomy and Pathology - Christine B. Chung, MD
  • Challenging Cases - Hamza Alizai, MD

Miscellaneous

  • MR of Hip Arthroplasties - Lawrence M. White, MD
  • AI in Musculoskeletal Imaging - Michael P. Recht, MD
  • US Intervention: When is it Useful? - Ronald S. Adler, PhD, MD

Spine

  • Spine Trauma: A Pattern Approach - Mini N. Pathria, MD
  • Imaging Low Back Pain: Controversies and What the Surgeon Wants to Know - Michael J. Tuite, MD
  • Imaging of Osteoporotic Compression Fractures: An Algorithmic Approach - Gina A. Ciavarra, MD
  • Discitis: Imaging Diagnosis and When to Biopsy - Mohammad M. Samim, MD
  • Imaging the Post-Op Spine - Leon D. Rybak, MD
  • The Atypical Spine Lesion: Biopsy or Watch - Michael B. Mechlin, MD
  • Spine Challenging Cases - Iman Khodarahmi, MD

NYU Course Directors

Michael P. Recht, MD

  • Louis Marx Professor and Chairman
  • Department of Radiology

 

Leon D. Rybak, MD

  • Associate Professor of Radiology
  • Vice Chair of Operations
  • Department of Radiology

Guest Faculty

Laura W. Bancroft, MD, FACR

  • Professor of Radiology
  • Section Chief, Musculoskeletal Radiology
  • Chair/Officer, Radiology Education and Research
  • Program Director, Diagnostic Radiology Residency
  • Florida Hospital in Orlando
  • Orlando, FL

Christine B. Chung, MD

  • Professor-In-Residence of Radiology
  • Director of the UCSD Musculoskeletal Imaging Research Group
  • UC San Diego School of Medicine
  • San Diego, CA

Mini N. Pathria, MD

  • Professor of Clinical Radiology
  • Section Chief
  • UCSD Medical Center, San Diego
  • San Diego, CA

Donald L. Resnick, MD

  • Professor of Radiology
  • Musculoskeletal Radiology
  • UCSD Medical Center, San Diego
  • San Diego, CA

 

David A. Rubin, MD

  • Professor of Radiology
  • Washington University School of Medicine
  • St. Louis, MO

Michael J. Tuite, MD

  • Professor of Radiology
  • University of Wisconsin
  • School of Medicine and Public Health
  • Madison, WI

Lawrence M. White, MD

  • Head, Division of Musculoskeletal Imaging
  • Professor of Medical Imaging and Orthopedics
  • University of Toronto
  • Staff Radiologist, Musculoskeletal Imaging
  • Mt. Sinai Hospital
  • Toronto, Canada

NYU/HJD Faculty

Ronald S. Adler, PhD, MD

  • Professor of Radiology

Erin Alaia, MD

  • Assistant Professor of Radiology

Hamza Alizai, MD

  • Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology

Christopher Burke, MD

  • Assistant Professor of Radiology

Gregory I. Chang, MD

  • Associate Professor of Radiology
  • Chief, Musculoskeletal Imaging

Gina A. Ciavarra, MD

  • Clinical Associate Professor of Radiology

Soterios Gyftopoulos, MD, MSc

  • Associate Professor of Radiology & Orthopedic Surgery

Iman Khodarahmi, MD

  • Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology

 

Renata La Rocca Vieira, MD

  • Clinical Associate Professor of Radiology

Dana Lin, MD

  • Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology

Michael B. Mechlin, MD

  • Clinical Associate Professor of Radiology

Catherine N. Petchprapa, MD

  • Associate Professor of Radiology

Zehava Sadka Rosenberg, MD

  • Professor of Radiology and Orthopedic Surgery

Mohammad M. Samim, MD

  • Assistant Professor of Radiology

Eric J. Strauss, MD

  • Associate Professor of Orthopedic Surgery

William R. Walter, MD

  • Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology

Accreditation

The NYU School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Designation

The NYU School of Medicine designates this enduring material for a maximum of 18.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits ™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

CME credit is awarded upon successful completion of the post-test and evaluation.

Date of Original Release: July 1, 2019
Date Credits Expire: June 30, 2022

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this CME activity, you will be better able to:

  • Determine how best to modify imaging techniques and protocols for all areas of Musculoskeletal MRI including: hip, knee, shoulder and foot, for improved therapeutic decision making
  • Develop a working differential for tumors of both the bone and soft tissues and recognize when additional imaging or tissue sampling is warranted
  • Evaluate the value of imaging in guiding diagnosis and treatment of such inflammatory arthritides as the rheumatoid and the spondyloarthropathies, as well as common musculoskeletal infections, including, but not limited to the septic hip and discitis
  • Describe techniques which can be utilized to improve MR imaging in the presence of hardware, as well as the major areas of pathology which can be diagnosed in patients status post hip arthroplasty

Intended Audience

The target audience for this program will be radiologists, both in academic and private practice, seeking to increase their skills in musculoskeletal radiology, as well as orthopedists and physical medicine and rehabilitation practitioners interested in learning how imaging can best be incorporated into their practice.