UCSF Interventional Radiology Review 2019

UCSF Interventional Radiology Review 2019

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UCSF Interventional Radiology Review

University of California San Francisco Clinical Update (SA-CME)

This wide-ranging CME program offers a thorough, case-based review of the clinical essentials in interventional radiology.


Improve Competence in Interventional Radiology

This CME program, featuring experts in the practice of Interventional Radiology, is a comprehensive review of the core concepts and cutting-edge trends in the field. UCSF Interventional Radiology Review, with case-based lectures and in-depth discussions, covers a plethora of topics including updates on MR angiography, vein mapping and interpretation, renal ablation, portal vein embolization, biliary interventions, stroke interventions, etc. It will help you to:

  • Improve technique in arterial and venous interventions
  • Grasp the implications of interventional oncology procedures
  • Know the benefits and limitations in selecting IR devices (shunts, stents, catheters, etc)
  • Correctly interpret CT, MR and US non-invasive vascular images
  • Understand the scope of Neurointerventional and Musculoskeletal interventions
  • Recognize the limitations and possible pitfalls and safety issues associated with IR procedures

Expand Your Skills

Available online, UCSF Interventional Radiology Review provides a maximum of 28.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits  and access to unbiased, evidence-based content to help you incorporate the latest guidelines into your daily practice.


Provider: University of California San Francisco


  • CT Angiography: What’s New? - Maureen P. Kohi, MD, FSIR
  • Updates on MR Angiography - Mark W. Wilson, MD
  • Contrast Enhanced Ultrasound - Stefanie Weinstein, MD, FSAR
  • Vein Mapping and Interpretation - Vishal Kumar, MD
  • Aortic Aneurysms - K. Pallav Kolli, MD
  • Complex Endoleak Interventions - Evan D. Lehrman, MD
  • Peripheral Artery Disease and Aorto-iliac - Richard R. Saxon, MD, FSIR
  • Superficial Femoral Artery and Restenosis - Richard R. Saxon, MD, FSIR
  • Left Gastric Artery Embolization- Ryan M. Kohlbrenner, MD
  • Mesenteric and Renal Arterial Disease - Anand S. Patel, MD
  • Visceral Artery Aneurysms - Trushar J. Patel, MD
  • Endovascular Trauma - Miles B. Conrad, MD, MPH
  • Critical Limb Ischemia and Below-the-Knee - Richard R. Saxon, MD, FSIR
  • Acute Ischemia Cases - Richard R. Saxon, MD, FSIR
  • Multidisciplinary Approach to Hepatocellular Carcinoma - Nicholas Fidelman, MD, FSIR
  • TACE and TAE for HCC - Ryan M. Kohlbrenner, MD
  • Radioembolization for Hepatocellular Carcinoma - Nicholas Fidelman, MD, FSIR
  • Percutaneous Liver Ablation - Evan D. Lehrman, MD
  • Arterial Therapy: mCRC - Nicholas Fidelman, MD, FSIR
  • Arterial Therapy: mNET - Nicholas Fidelman, MD, FSIR
  • Arterial Therapy: Cholangiocarcinoma - Ryan M. Kohlbrenner, MD
  • Ablation for Liver Metastases - K. Pallav Kolli, MD
  • Renal Ablation - Andrew G. Taylor, MD, PhD
  • Lung Ablation - K. Pallav Kolli, MD
  • Portal Vein Embolization - Evan D. Lehrman, MD
  • Therapy for Hepatocelluar Carcinoma and Colorectal Cancer - Nicholas Fidelman, MD, FSIR
  • Bone Biopsy and Radiofrequency Ablation - Thomas M. Link, MD, PhD
  • Treatment of Painful Osseous Metastases - Matthew D. Bucknor, MD
  • Ultrasound-guided MSK Interventions - Tara A. Morgan, MD
  • Best Practices for Periprocedural Care - Nicholas Fidelman, MD, FSIR
  • Portal Hypertension 1: TIPS/DIPS/BRTO - Jeanne M. LaBerge, MD, FSIR
  • Portal Hypertension 2: PV Recan, HV Stenting, Splenic Eembolization - Jeanne M. LaBerge, MD, FSIR
  • Biliary Tract Interventions - Nicholas Fidelman, MD, FSIR
  • Big Procedures for Little People: Pediatric IR - Matthew P. Lungren, MD
  • Lymphangiography & Interventions - Evan D. Lehrman, MD
  • Urinary Tract Intervention - Andrew G. Taylor, MD, PhD
  • Embolization of Renal AML and RCC - Andrew G. Taylor, MD, PhD
  • Radiation Safety in IR - Ryan M. Kohlbrenner, MD
  • Handling Hazards in the IR Suite - Nicholas Fidelman, MD, FSIR
  • Gastrointestinal Bleeding - Ryan M. Kohlbrenner, MD
  • PAE: Basics to Complex - Ryan M. Kohlbrenner, MD
  • Microcatheters & Other Toys - Andrew G. Taylor, MD, PhD
  • Embolic Agents: How to Choose? - Andrew G. Taylor, MD, PhD
  • Tunneled Catheters and Denver Shunts - Sujal Nanavati, MD
  • Stroke Interventions - Steven W. Hetts, MD
  • Vertebroplasty: How I Do It? - Matthew R. Amans, MD, MSc
  • Endovascular Management of Retinoblastoma - Steven W. Hetts, MD
  • Spine Interventions - Cynthia T. Chin, MD
  • Management of Symptomatic Uterine Fibroids - Maureen P. Kohi, MD, FSIR
  • PPH: What To Do? - Maureen P. Kohi, MD, FSIR
  • Gonadal Vein Embolization - Maureen P. Kohi, MD, FSIR
  • The ABR IR/DR Exam - Jeanne M. LaBerge, MD, FSIR
  • Treatment of Pulmonary Embolism - K. Pallav Kolli, MD
  • Superficial Venous Therapy - Vishal Kumar, MD
  • Management of Deep Vein Thrombosis - K. Pallav Kolli, MD
  • Complex Venous Recanalization - Evan D. Lehrman, MD
  • Complex IVF Filter Retrieval - Andrew G. Taylor, MD, PhD
  • Dialysis Access Interventions - Mark W. Wilson, MD
  • Management of Vascular Malformations - Daniel L. Cooke, MD
  • Management of PAVMs - Miles B. Conrad, MD, MPH



The University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine (UCSF) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.


UCSF designates this enduring material for a maximum of 28.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits ™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. The total credits are inclusive of 4.0 in CT, 2.5 in MR, and 1.0 in Ultrasound.

Series Release: January 1, 2019
Series Expiration: December 31, 2021 (deadline to register for credit)

CME credit is obtained upon successful completion of an activity post-test and evaluation. CME Credit registration forms must be submitted prior to series expiration date. Certificates will be dated upon receipt and cannot be dated retroactively.

Learning Objectives

After viewing this activity, participants will demonstrate the ability to:

  • Improve technique in arterial and venous interventions
  • Understand the implications of interventional oncology procedures
  • Describe indications and recommend techniques for gastrointestinal and genitourinary tract interventions
  • Know the benefits and limitations in selecting IR devices (shunts, stents, catheters, etc)
  • Correctly interpret CT, MR and US non-invasive vascular images
  • Understand the scope of Neuro and Musculoskeletal interventions
  • Identify potential pitfalls and safety issues associated with IR procedures in order to minimize complications

Intended Audience

The activity was planned for radiologists actively practicing interventional radiology, and newly qualified interventional radiologists wanting to compare their knowledge and training with UCSF experts. The course is focused primarily on body interventions (rather than neuroradiological).