MRI Knee Course 19th June 2021

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The course is designed to give attendees a robust way to interpret MRI Knee scans through a large volume of interactive PACS case teaching. The focus is on real life cases and developing solid foundations to practice safely.

Dr Saifuddin is the principal lecturer and oversees all aspects of the course development and delivery by his handpicked Consultant Radiologists who also lecture on the course.

Live online course with interactive PACS DICOM Case Viewer.

On-demand access for 7 days.

Saturday 19 June 2021 – 9am to 5.30 pm UK

This course provides 6 CPD credits in accordance with the CPD Scheme of the Royal College of Radiologists’

Course Director – Dr Asif Saifuddin

Dr Asif Saifuddin FRCR is an international authority in musculoskeletal, spine and sarcoma imaging. His acclaimed reference textbook Musculoskeletal MRI is the go-to guide in the field and a bench book all over the world. He has written multiple book chapters including in the popular radiology reference book Grainger and Allison. He is one of the most published musculoskeletal radiologists in the UK and Europe and a consultant of 26 years at the UK’s largest tertiary orthopaedic centre, The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore. Dr Saifuddin is invited to lecture all over the world and has a unique style of simplifying difficult concepts.

Course Content

0900-1000 Introduction to PACS
MRI technique & Anatomy
How I systematically approach an MRI Knee

1000-1100 – Menisci

1100-1115 – break

1115-1200 – Ligaments
1200-1300 – The anterior knee

1300-1345 – lunch

1345-1430 – Cartilage and subchondral bone

1430-1515 – Marrow lesions (inc. inflammatory and infection)


1515-1530 – break 

1530-1615 – Cystic and soft tissue masses


1615-1650 – Post-operative knee

1650-1720 – Q+A

1720-1730 – Closure and feedbackTarget Audiance

Who it’s for:

Radiology consultants and trainees
Reporting radiographers
Sports doctors
Physios
Nurses


Expert tips

Reduce reporting errors
Knowing where to look
Identify subtle but clinically important findings