Case-Based Review & Advanced Breast Imaging Course: Digital Breast Tomosynthesis

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  • 1. 2014Case-Based Review & Advanced Breast Imaging Course:DIGITAL BREAST TOMOSYNTHESIS January 18-19, 2014 Orlando, FL September 20-21, 2014 Las Vegas, NVIn multiple published papersAlso, similar challenging case-basedACCREDITATION STATEMENTdigital breast tomosynthesismultimodality lectures (breast MRI, breastThis activity has been planned and(DBT) has demonstratedultrasound and mammography) using theimplemented in accordance with thethe ability to improve theARS will be offered by the faculty. Finally,Essential Areas and policies of thedetection of breast cancer while, at therelevant lectures on contrast enhancedAccreditation Council for Continuingsame time, reducing the number of falsemammography and the new BIRADSMedical Education through the jointpositive studies. It has also benefitedatlas will be given. The course should alsosponsorship of The American College ofwomen in that the recall rate fromprove to be of interest for technologistsRadiology and Society of Breast Imaging.screening mammography has decreasedwho are, or will be, involved with DBT.The American College of Radiology isapproximately 30% when DBT is used.We hope to see you in either Orlando inaccredited by the ACCME to provideThis new modality has been used inJanuary or Las Vegas in September!continuing medical education for physicians.clinical practice since 2009 and it has consistently been chosen as the hottestOBJECTIVESnew technology since then. This courseescribe current uses of DBT in the Dwill focus on the clinical applications of DBT. Lectures on basic principles of the modality, how to interpret studies with masses and calcifications, and workflow plus practical applications will be given by Fellows of the Society of Breast Imaging who have had extensive experience with DBT. Equally important, the attendee will be given the opportunity to participate in a casebased series of lectures where they willscreening and diagnostic settings eview the DBT patterns of benign and R malignant disease; provide attendees with tools to better discriminate between breast cancer versus benign lesions pply DBT effectively to reduce failure A in cancer detection in patients before the next mammogram ecognize image workflow for Rread these studies along with the faculty.comprehensive DBT examinationAn audience response system (ARS)review and interpretationwill be used to record the registrants answers thus allowing them to obtain SAMS for maintenance of certification. A total of 6.5 SAMS will be offered in the course. The individual physician will only need 1.5 additional SAMS to qualify for new mammographic modality training.DESIGNATION STATEMENT The American College of Radiology designates this live activity for a maximum of 11.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Presenters at this conference will disclose any relevant financial relationship or potential conflict of interest, if applicable, in accordance with ACCME Standards. Disclosure information will be presented either verbally or printed in the final program material.emonstrate an approach to biopsy of D lesions visualized only by DBT ultivate a greater understanding and C appreciation of DBT in the screening environmentSAM STATEMENT Pending approval from The American Board of Radiology, this activity has been submitted for qualification as a selfassessment module worth 6 credits.

2. FacultyLaurie Fajardo, MD Professor of Radiology at University of IowaChristopher Comstock, MD Attending Radiologist at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center and Director of Breast Imaging Education at the Evelyn H. Lauder Breast CenterMichael Linver, MD Director of Mammography at Breast Imaging Center of X-Ray Associates of New Mexico, PC, and Clinical Professor of Radiology at University of New Mexico School of MedicineMargarita Zuley, MD Associate Professor of Radiology at the University of Pittsburgh and the Medical Director of Breast Imaging at Magee-Womens HospitalHotel Information for January 18-19, 2014 HOTEL Hilton Orlando Lake Buena Vista 1751 Hotel Plaza Boulevard Lake Buena Vista, Florida, 32830 Tel: (407) 827-4000 Fax: (407) 827-3890 www.hiltonorlandolakebuenavista.com ROOM RATE $185.00 per night - Single/Double, Plus 12.5% Tax, Plus $22.00 daily resort fee per room. ACCESS CODE SBE RESERVATION DEADLINE: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 2013HOTEL OVERVIEW The Hilton Orlando Lake Buena Vista is ideally situated next to the Downtown Disney Marketplace and Downtown Disney West Side and Cirque de Soleil. This Official Walt Disney World Hotel is minutes away from Orlandos mostLOCAL ATTRACTIONS The Hilton Orlando Lake Buena Vista is steps away from popular attractions such as Downtown Disney Marketplace, Magic Kingdom, Disneys Animal Kingdom Theme Park, Disney Hollywood Studios, and exciting water parks. For more information about what to do while visiting The Hilton Orlando Lake Buena Vista, please visit https://disneyworld.disney.go.com. GROUND TRANSPORTATION The Hilton Orlando Lake Buena Vista is located approximately 15 miles from the Orlando International Airport (MCO). The Hilton Orlando Lake Buena Vista is accessible via airport taxi cab service at a cost of approximately $55 one way. Mears Transportation provides shuttle service between MCO and the hotel, which currently costs $21.00 per adult and $17.00 per child one way or$34.00 per adult and $27.00 per child round trip. Contact Mears Transportation at (407) 423-5566 or www.mearstransportation.com for information or to schedule a reservation. AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT The SBI encourages the participation of all people. Individuals requiring auxiliary aids or services identified in the Americans with Disabilities Act should contact Pamela Plater at (800) 227-5463 ext. 4967 or pplater@acr.org prior to the meeting.Photos from Hilton Orlando Lake Buena Vista websiteFOR RESERVATIONS: lease call 800-782-4414 and request P group rate for the Society of Breast Imaging Meeting. ll reservations will require a first A nights deposit with check or a major credit card. eposits are refundable up to 5 days D prior to arrival date. BI has reserved the appropriate S number of sleeping rooms; however, the SBI cannot guarantee that rooms will be available after the reservation deadline of Saturday, December 28, 2013. eservations made after Saturday, R December 28, 2013, will be accepted on a space available basis and may not be at the SBI group rate.popular theme parks, such as Magic Kingdom Park, Disneys Animal Kingdom, Epcot, Disneys Hollywood Studios and Disneys water parks. Guests can choose to visit Sea World and Universal Studios or shop at the Mall at Millenia and Premium Outlets. As a guest at the Hilton Orlando Lake Buena Vista take advantage of Disneys exclusive EXTRA MAGIC HOURS benefit featuring extended time in a selected park each day as well as transportation to all WALT DISNEY WORLD Resort theme parks and attractions. Guestroom amenities include in-room coffee maker, mini bar, work stations with ergonomic chair, 37-inch LCD HDTV, iron/ironing board, MP3 clock radio, mini-refrigerators, dual-line telephones, in-room movies, high-speed internet access and an oversized in-room safe large enough to fit a laptop computer. 3. Hotel Information for September 20-21, 2014 HOTEL Bellagio Hotel 3600 Las Vegas Blvd. South Las Vegas, NV 89109 Tel: (702) 693-7111 Fax: (702) 693-8585 www.bellagio.com HOTEL RATE $239.00 per night - Single/Double, plus 12% Tax, Plus $25.00 daily resort fee per room HOTEL RESERVATION DEADLINE: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 2014HOTEL OVERVIEW The luxurious AAA Five-Star Bellagio Hotel is located on the Las Vegas Strip and is known for its breath-taking Bellagio Fountains that captivates audiences with a display of musical theater and liquid choreography. Guests staying at the Bellagio Hotel will have a host luxurious options at their fingertips from dining at one of their award winning restaurantsLOCAL ATTRACTIONSRECREATION The Bellagio Hotel is just minutes away from several popular Vegas attractions such as The Volcano Eruption and the Secret Garden at The Mirage, Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay, The CSI Experience at MGM Grand, the Titanic Artifact Exhibition at Luxor, the Chuck Jones Experience at Circus Circus and The Roller Coaster at New York-New York. For more information about what to do while in Las Vegas, please visit http:// www.lvcva.com. Photos from the Bellagio websiteHOTEL RESERVATIONS lease call 888-987-6667 and request P group rate for the Society of Breast Imaging Meeting. ll reservations will require a first A nights deposit plus resort fee and tax to guarantee room, payable by a major credit card. efunds will be issued on reservations R cancelled at least forty-eight (48) hours in advance of the confirmed arrival date. BI has reserved the appropriate S number of sleeping rooms; however, the SBI cannot guarantee that rooms will be available after the reservation deadline of Wednesday, August 20, 2014. eservations made after Wednesday, R August 20, 2014, will be accepted on a space available basis and may not be at the SBI group rate.to shopping at upscale boutiques or by simply enjoying a stroll through the Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, viewing exhibitions at the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art or escaping into another world with the O by Cirque Du Soleil show. Guestroom amenities include 40 flat screen Samsung HDTVs integrated into a modern entertainment center, ergonomic desk/workstation, generously stocked mini-bar, convenient media-hubs with easy connectivity plugs, bedside iHome docking station, laptop-friendly nightstand safe, automatic drapery and sheer controls, robes and twice-daily housekeeping.GROUND TRANSPORTATION The Bellagio Hotel is located approximately 3.5 miles from the McCarran International Airport (LAS). The Bellagio is accessible via airport taxi cab service at a cost of

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