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Physician training programs are fully accredited, taught by recognized specialists and provide practical experience based on instruction in advanced imaging principles.
20-hours of lectures on patient selection, preparation, imaging principles and techniques, contrast material, cardiac anatomy, assessment of cardiac function and pathology. Also includes basic cardiac anatomy, cardiac CT image review and workflow overview.
Participants will observe the acquisition of 50 patient examinations and hands-on 3D post-processing sessions. More than 150 coronary CTA cases will be available to demonstrate the variety of pathology that CT can evaluate. Each participant will review at least 100 cases during the five-day course.
Participants will take hands-on tests to demonstrate proficiency with the workstation. Home study is provided after the onsite training and participants will interpret 50 case studies.
Canon Aquilion 64 CFX and Vitrea workstation
Four physicians per course
Recommended for cardiologists and radiologists
Edward Shapiro, MD
Professor of Medicine
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
The Neuro program is a 3 day course designed for certified neurologists, neurosurgeons, radiologists, and neuroradiologists interested in training in the workflow for the acute stroke patient. The course is a comprehensive, hands-on, workshop-type program offering training in whole brain CT perfusion acquisition, interpretation, image processing, and case reporting. The curriculum includes observations of neuro CTA studies, recorded lectures, learning modules, textbooks, articles, and Vitrea FX workstation training.
Canon Aquilion ONE
2 physicians per course
Radiologist, Neuroradiologist, Neurologist, Neurosurgeon
Keith Peters, MD
Associate Professor, Dept. of Radiology
Division of Neuroradiology