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MRIOnline Imaging Mastery Series Crohn’s Disease 2021

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MRIOnline Imaging Mastery Series Crohn’s Disease 2021

Ben Spilseth, Associate Professor of Radiology at the University of Minnesota, teaches the basics of MR Enterography, with a focus on Crohn’s Disease. Learn why and when to do MR Enterography, especially in relation to Crohn’s. Dr. Spilseth reviews the findings one would be expected to identify and report in Crohn’s Disease cases. By the end of this course, you should be able to build a strong report that will provide value to any referring Gastroenterologist.

Obkectives : 

After completing this course, you will be better able to:

  •       Apply appropriate search patterns to ensure high quality case assessment
  •       Identify key anatomical landmarks, variations, and abnormalities on imaging
  •       Accurately interpret advanced imaging cases
  •       Formulate definitive diagnoses and limited differentials


Introduction to Crohn’s
Enterography Technique
T2 Sequences Part 1
T2 Sequences Part 2
Dynamic Sequences
Additional Sequences
Imaging of Crohn’s Disease
Improper Glucagon Administration
Normal Coronal Anatomy on MRI
Active Inflammation Overview
Segmental Mural Hyper Enhancement
Inner Wall Hyper Enhancement
Additional Patterns of Hyper Enhancement
Assessing Wall Thickening
Assessing Bowel Wall Edema
Using Diffusion Sequences to Increase Sensitivity
Using Diffusion For Lymph Adenopathy
Sacculations As a Finding – Crohn’s Disease
Using Cine for Identifying Disease
Identifying Strictures
Distinguishing Inflammation from Fibrotic Disease
Acute Inflammation
Changes in Fat with Chronic Disease
Indications for Surgery Part 1
Indications for Surgery Part 2
Illeal Fistula
Severe Disease w/ Abscess
Classic Fistula Appearances
Crohn’s vs. UC
Severe Ulceritive Colitis
Crohn’s Colitis
Colonic Inflammation
Fistula to Colon w/ Post Op Imaging
Recurrent Crohn’s Disease
Mild Anastamotic Inflammation
Extraintestinal Manifestations
Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis
CT Vs. MRI – Crohn’s
Transient Intussusception
Generating a Crohn’s Report
Detecting and Characterizing Crohn’s Disease Part 1
Detecting and Characterizing Part 2
Characterizing a Complex Fistula
Crohn’s Summary

Release Date : June 16, 2021