A Practical and Current Approach for Managing Incidental Findings

A Practical and Current Approach for Managing Incidental Findings

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Module 1 — Liver

  • Case-Based Approach to the Incidental Liver Lesion
  • An Approach to the Incidental Lesion in the Cirrhotic Liver
  • Diffuse Abnormal Hepatic Attenuation on CT or Signal Intensity on MRI
  • Hepatic Perfusion and Vascular Lesions

Module 2 — Pancreaticobiliary

  • Dilated Pancreatic and Biliary Ducts
  • The Incidental Solitary and Multiple Pancreatic Cysts: Imaging and Management Strategies
  • Solid Pancreatic Tumors
  • Incidental Abnormal Gallbladder

Module 3 — Abdomen

  • Why We Love to Hate the Spleen: Incidental Findings in Adults
  • The Misty Mesentery and Incidental Mesenteric Nodes and Masses
  • Incidental Findings of the Stomach, Duodenum, and Small Bowel
  • Incidental Colon Findings: When to Worry, When Not to Worry

Module 4 —Genitourinary

  • The Incidental Cystic Renal Mass
  • The Incidental Solid Renal Mass
  • The Incidental Adrenal Lesions
  • Incidental Findings at Prostate MRI

Module 5 — Gynecology

  • Managing the Incidental Cystic Adnexal Lesion
  • Adnexal Solid Mass at Ultrasound, CT, and MRI: Now What?
  • The Endometrium is Abnormal: What Next?
  • An Algorithmic Approach to the Incidental Enlarged Uterus on MDCT

Module 6 — Lung

  • The Incidental Pulmonary Nodule: What Should We Do in 2017?
  • Fibrotic Lung Disease: A Simplified Approach
  • Approach to Pulmonary Calcification
  • Imaging of the Aging Lung: What is Normal and What is Not?

Module 7 — Chest

  • Unexpected Thoracic Lymph Node Enlargement: Next Steps
  • Incidental Cardiac Masses
  • Incidentally Detected Pericardial and Pleural Disease
  • Management of Incidental Pulmonary Emboli for the Radiologist

Module 8 — Musculoskeletal

  • The More Commonly Encountered Incidental Bone Lesions on Body CT and MRI
  • Common Incidental Soft-Tissue Lesions on Body Imaging
  • MRI of Bone Marrow
  • Incidental Bone Lesions on Body CT: A Location-Based Approach

Module 9 — Pediatrics

  • Managing Incidental Findings Detected on Pediatric Chest CT
  • Pediatric Abdominal Incidentalomas: Pitfalls and Mimics
  • Infants and Children With Genitourinary Variants and Lesions: What the Radiologist Needs to Know
  • Musculoskeletal Findings of Accidental and Nonaccidental Trauma in Children: How to Avoid Interpretative Errors

Module 10 — General Radiology

  • Ultrasound Approach to Incidentally Detected Thyroid Nodules
  • Incidental Thyroid Nodules on CT, MRI, and PET
  • uld We Worry?
  • Approach to Incidental Hot Spots on PET/CT: Challenges and Solutions


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