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  • Fitting In and Standing Out

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Slovis Fellows' Course Webinar - March 2021

    As a member of the SPR, you now have free access to the on-demand version of Fitting In and Standing Out delivered by Dr. Paul Guillerman  This presentation is part of the Society's 2020-2021 Thomas L. Slovis, MD Pediatric Radiology Fellows' Course. 

    Dr. Paul Guillerman

    Texas Children's Hospital and Baylor College of Medicine

  • Scientific Session IV-B: Neonatal/Fetal/Neuro

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Presented at the 2019 SPR Annual Meeting & Postgraduate Course

    Scientific Session IV-B: Neonatal/Fetal/Neuro

    CME: 0 CME

    Moderators: Rama S. Ayyala, MD & Misun Hwang, MD

    Keynote Presentation: How Alterations of Normal Brain Development results in Malformations - A. James Barkovich, MD

    Abstract Presentations:

    Paper #: 088

    Doppler imaging in hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy: What is the value of the resistivity index with and without compression of the fontanel?

    Paper #: 089

    Region-Specific Perfusion Alterations in Neonatal Hypoxic Ischemic Injury Evaluated with Arterial Spin Labeling MRI

    Paper #: 090

    Changes in brain perfusion in successive arterial spin labelling MRI scans in neonates with hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy

    Paper #: 091

    Quantitative ASL Perfusion Method for Detection of Neonatal Hypoxic Ischemic Injury as Reference Standard for Developing Contrast-Enhanced Ultrasound

    Paper #: 092

    Contrast-enhanced ultrasound for the evaluation of neonatal brain injury: Interpretation and implementation

    Paper #: 093

    Contrast-Enhanced Brain Ultrasound Perfusion Metrics in the EXTra-uterine Environment for Neonatal Development (EXTEND): Correlation with Hemodynamic Parameters

    Paper #: 094

    Artificial Intelligence Detection of Germinal Matrix Hemorrhage on Head Ultrasound Examinations Using Convolutional Neural Networks

    Paper #: 095

    The Frontal Temporal and Frontal Occipital Horn Ratios in Pediatric Hydrocephalus: Comparison and Validation of Head Ultrasound with Volumetric Analysis via MRI

    Paper #: 096

    Incidence and Concordance of Suspected Intraventricular Hemorrhage (IVH) on Fetal US and MRI in Open Spinal Dysraphism with Postnatal Follow-Up

  • Postgraduate Course Track II - NAT

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Presented at the 2019 SPR Annual Meeting & Postgraduate Course

    CME: 1.75


    • Radiologic Approach: Young Child with Healing Fractures - Ellen S.Park, MD, MS
    • Warning Signs of NAT in Infant Head Trauma - Teresa Chapman, MD, MA
    • Differential Diagnoses of NAT in Infant Head Trauma - Giulio Zuccoli, MD
    • Skeletal Trauma in NAT: How Old is the Injury? - Andy Tsai, MD, PhD
    • Abdominal and Pelvic Injuries in NAT - How To - HaiThuy N. Nguyen, MD
    • Abdominal and Pelvic Injuries in NAT - Cases - Aparna Joshi, MD
    • Radiologic Approach: Child with Skull Base Trauma - Mai-Lan Ho, MD

    • Scientific Session I-B: Interventional Radiology

      Contains 1 Component(s)

      Presented at the 2019 SPR Annual Meeting & Postgraduate Course

      Scientific Session I-B: Interventional Radiology

      CME: 0 CME

      Moderators: Leah E. Braswell, MD & Timothy R. Singewald, MD

      Abstract Presentations:

      Paper #: 008

      Development of MRI-compatible Robots for MRI-Guided Procedures in Pediatric Interventional Radiology

      Paper #: 009


      Paper #: 010

      Long-term Results and Durability of Cryoablation of Osteoid Osteoma in the Pediatric and Adolescent Population

      Paper #: 011

      Image-guided biopsy for suspected pediatric osteomyelitis: analysis of experience

      Paper #: 012

      Ultrasound-Guided Synovial Biopsy in Children

      Paper #: 013


      Paper #: 014

      Novel Approach to Increase Technical Success during Pediatric Percutaneous Gastrostomy/Gastrojejunostomy Tube Placement using Transgastric Balloon Occlusion

    • Scientific Session I-C: Informatics, Education, QI, Health Policy

      Contains 1 Component(s)

      Presented at the 2019 SPR Annual Meeting & Postgraduate Course

      Scientific Session I-C: Infromatics, Education, QI, Health Policy

      CME: 0 CME

      Moderators: Scott R. Dorfman, MD & Alexander J. Towbin, MD

      Abstract Presentations:

      Paper #: 015

      Bridging the Barriers for Better Team-Based Patient Care by Incorporating NICU Radiology Tele-rounds

      Paper #: 016

      Implementing the “What-Where-When” approach to improve patient history availability at the time of radiograph interpretation

      Paper #: 017

      Effect of a Double-Interpretation Skeletal Survey Program on Child Abuse Evaluations

      Paper #: 018

      Effectiveness of showing an interactive animated video vs regular animated video in improving children’s cooperativeness during MRI scan: a prospective, randomized, non-inferiority trial

      Paper #: 019

      Improved Workflow with MRI Protocol Optimization and Technologist Education

      Paper #: 020

      Wait Time Reduction for Sedated MRIs

      Paper #: 021

      Pediatric Emergency Medicine Point of Care Ultrasound Impact on Radiology Ultrasound Volume

    • Scientific Session II-A: GU

      Contains 1 Component(s)

      Presented at the 2019 SPR Annual Meeting & Postgraduate Course

      Scientific Session II-A: GU

      CME: 0 CME

      Moderators: Ronald A. Cohen, MD & Patricia T. Acharya, MD

      Keynote Presentation: Interesting Pediatric Urology Cases - How Imaging Can Help - Laurence Baskin, MD

      Abstract Presentations:

      Paper #: 022

      Non-visualization of the ovaries on pediatric transabdominal Ultrasound with a non-distended bladder: can adnexal torsion be excluded?

      Paper #: 023

      Introduction of Contrast enhanced voiding urosonography into clinical practice: Assessment of Clinical Indications, Imaging results, and Urologist Acceptance.

      Paper #: 024

      3D printed anatomic contrast enhanced voiding urosonography (ceVUS) teaching phantoms: bringing pediatric vesicoureteral reflux (VUR) to life

      Paper #: 026

      Comparison of glomerular filtration rate estimated by motion-robust high spatiotemporal resolution dynamic contrast enhanced MRI and plasma clearance of 99mTc-DTPA

      Paper #: 028

      Identifying Calyceal Diverticula at Magnetic Resonance Urogram in Children

      Paper #: 029

      Distinguishing clinical and imaging characteristics of nephrogenic rest vs. small Wilms tumor: a report from the Children’s Oncology Group

      Paper #: 030

      Enhancing Presurgical 3D Modeling and Printing: Multiphase MRI Technique

    • Scientific Session II-B: Cardiovascular/Education

      Contains 1 Component(s)

      Presented at the 2019 SPR Annual Meeting & Postgraduate Course

      Scientific Session II-B: Cardiovascular/Education

      CME: 0 CME

      Moderators:  Rajesh Krishnamurthy, MD & Karen Lyons, MBBCh, BAO

      Keynote Presentation: Stem Cell Therapy for Patients with Single Ventricle - Shunji Sano, MD, PhD

      Abstract Presentations:

      Paper #: 031

      Adolescents With Obesity:Carotid Intima Media Thickness (cIMT) and Cardiovascular (CV) Risk Factors

      Paper #: 032

      Longitudinal Assessment of Imaging Features of Generalized Arterial Calcification of Infancy

      Paper #: 033

      Value of emergent pediatric cardiac computed tomographic angiography service: Initial experience at a large children’s hospital.

      Paper #: 034


      Paper #: 035

      Contrast extravasation using power injectors for contrast-enhanced computed tomography in children: Safety profile and injury severity assessment

      Paper #: 036

      Diagnostic performance of CT Angiography to detect pulmonary vein stenosis in children

      Paper #: 037

      Feasibility and Utility of Dual-Energy Chest CTA for Preoperative Planning in Pediatric Pulmonary Artery Reconstruction

      Paper #: 038

      Correlation of ductus arteriosus length and morphology between computed tomographic angiography and catheter angiography and their relation to ductal stent length

      Paper #: 039

      Blood flow redistribution in fenestrated and completed Fontan circulations: With special emphasis on abdominal flow

    • Scientific Session II-C: Interventional Radiology

      Contains 1 Component(s)

      Presented at the 2019 SPR Annual Meeting & Postgraduate Course

      Scientific Session II-C: Interventional Radiology

      CME: 0 CME

      Moderators:  Ahmad I. Alomari, MD & Anne Gill, MD

      Keynote Presentation: Angioarchitecture and Imaging of Vascular Malformation - Patricia E. Burrows, MD

      Abstract Presentations:

      Paper #: 040

      Sirolimus treatment for complex lymphatic malformations in children

      Paper #: 041

      Three-dimensional (3D) printed pediatric endovascular phantom for simulating vascular interventions - A feasibility study

      Paper #: 042

      Percutaneous transluminal angioplasty in children with Reno vascular hypertension, experience in a tertiary pediatric institution.

      Paper #: 043


      Paper #: 044

      Catheter-directed pharmacologic thrombolysis for acute submassive and massive pulmonary emboli in children and adolescents.

      Paper #: 045

      Technical feasibility and clinical efficacy of common iliac vein stenting in adolescent patients with May-Thurner Syndrome

      Paper #: 046

      Split Liver vs Whole Liver OLT: Technical Demands of Pediatric Portal Vein Recanalization

      Paper #: 047

      Comparison of Modified Single Puncture Technique for Tunneling Short-term Central Venous Catheter with Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter in Pediatric Group: A Preliminary Study.

      Paper #: 048

      Outcomes of tunneled internal jugular venous catheters in children younger than 6 months of age

    • SPR REF Research in Action

      Contains 1 Component(s)

      Presented at the 2019 SPR Annual Meeting & Postgraduate Course

      CME: 0.00


      • Towards Pediatric Body MR without Anesthesia - Michael "Miki" Lustig, PhD
      • Education Project Grant - “Facilitating a Pediatric Radiology Curriculum in the Global Health Setting Using Tablet Computers” - Jennifer L. Nicholas, MD, MHA
      • Education Project Grant - “Pediatric Cardiovascular CT: A Faculty Development Initiative” - Lorna P. Browne, MD
      • Seed Grant  - “Feasibility of contrast-enhanced transfontanelle ultrasound: comparison with magnetic resonance imaging in the neonate" - Judy H. Squires, MD
      • Young Investigator - “In vivo Tau Imaging using 18F-AV-1451 PET Radioligand in a Swine Model of Closed Head Injury” - Stephen Voss, MD
      • Multi-Institutional Pilot Award - “Determination of Normal Liver Stiffness by MR Elastography in Children” - Andrew Trout, MD
    • Pediatric Radiology Jeopardy

      Contains 1 Component(s)

      Presented at the 2019 SPR Annual Meeting & Postgraduate Course

      CME: 0.00

      Host: Richard E. Heller III, MD, MBA