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Activity Lectures

Cardiac CT Practicum: Activity Lectures

(subject to change)

How 64 slice CT Works - Edward P. Shapiro, MD
Overview of CT Image Analysis - Edward P. Shapiro, MD
Use of the 3D workstation - Paul S. Hees, PhD
10 Steps toward Generation of Perfect Images - Edward P. Shapiro, MD
Preparing the Patient with Beta Blockers - Edward P. Shapiro, MD
Optimal Reconstruction Phase for Analysis - Edward P. Shapiro, MD
Basic Tools of the Workstation - Paul S. Hees, PhD and Edward P. Shapiro, MD
Correlation of CT Angiography with Invasive Methods - Armin Zadeh, MD
Contrast Timing and Dose Modification - Armin Zadeh, MD
Anomalous Coronary Arteries - Edward P. Shapiro, MD
Principles of Ionizing Radiation - Mahadevappa Mahesh, PhD
Analysis of LV Function - Edward P. Shapiro, MD
Analysis of the Patient with Normal Coronaries - Paul S. Hees, PhD
Analysis of the Patient with Single Vessel Disease - Michael Blaha, MD and Edward P. Shapiro, MD
Analysis of the Patient with Multi-vessel Disease - Edward P. Shapiro, MD and Michael Blaha, MD
Analysis of the Patient with Bypass Grafts - Charles S. White, MD

Imaging of Non-obstructive Plaque - Edward P. Shapiro, MD
Significance of Coronary Calcification - Michael Blaha, MD
Use of IV Contrast - Jeffrey Brinker, MD
Top 10 Indications for Cardiac CT - Armin Zadeh, MD
The Triple Rule-Out - Charles S. White, MD
Electrophysiology Applications - Armin Zadeh, MD
Recognizing CT Artifacts - Irfan S. Shafique, MD
Incidental Non Cardiac Findings - Irfan S. Shafique, MD
Viability and Perfusion - Albert C. Lardo, PhD
Clinical Vignettes - Jeffrey Brinker, MD
Coding and Reimbursement - Edward P. Shapiro, MD

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