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Online case-based video series by Associate Professor Frank Gaillard teaching key concepts in adult neuroradiology interpretation (see course topics). This represents an edited and updated version of the original Adult Brain MRI Review Course, with improved audio and video, clarifications where necessary, new multiple-choice questions and related articles. 

Two neurovascular lectures by Professor Peter Mitchell are also included. Ideal for radiologists, radiology residents, neurologists, neurosurgeons and MRI technologists. English captions are provided.

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Course Topics
  • Extra-axial masses  Frank Gaillard  (17 min)
  • Supratentorial intra-axial masses  Frank Gaillard  (29 min)
  • Treatment response of high grade gliomas  Frank Gaillard  (21 min)
  • White matter diseases   Frank Gaillard  (21 min)
  • Neurodegenerative diseases  Frank Gaillard  (21 min)
  • Hydrocephalus and intracranial pressure  Frank Gaillard  (21 min)
  • Infections  Frank Gaillard  (22 min)
  • Congenital malformations  Frank Gaillard  (11 min)
  • Epilepsy  Frank Gaillard  (16 min)
  • Intraventricular lesions  Frank Gaillard  (23 min)
  • Pituitary region  Frank Gaillard  (19 min)
  • Pineal region  Frank Gaillard  (10 min)
  • Posterior fossa  Frank Gaillard  (25 min)
  • Spinal cord and its coverings  Frank Gaillard  (50 min)
  • Vascular diseases  Frank Gaillard  (30 min)
  • Stroke and endovascular clot retrieval  Peter Mitchell  (65 min)
  • Principles of MR perfusion  Frank Gaillard  (10 min)
  • Aneurysms and vascular malformations  Peter Mitchell  (55 min)
  • Epilogue and feedback
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An official course certificate is awarded to all those who complete the course and is downloadable from the user's 'courses' pageThis online course is eligible for 8 RCR Category 1 CPD by the Royal College of Radiologists and can be claimed by anyone who is a member of a college belonging to the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges.

Presenters

Associate Professor Frank Gaillard is a neuroradiologist at the Royal Melbourne Hospital. After obtaining his FRANZCR in 2009, Frank completed two years of fellowship training in neuroradiology at the Royal Melbourne Hospital and Vancouver General Hospital. In addition to his work as a clinical neuroradiologist, he has research interests in brain tumor imaging, multiple sclerosis, neurodegenerative disease and computer-aided diagnosis. He is renowned globally as the founder and editor in chief of Radiopaedia.org. View Frank Gaillard's Radiopaedia user profile

Author disclosures

At the time of publication/creation of this learning activity the following disclosures were present: 

  • Founder, Editor-in-Chief, CEO and co-owner Radiopaedia.org (ongoing)
  • Biogen: Investigator-Initiated Research Grant for CAD software development in multiple sclerosis (past)

These relationships were reviewed by the Radiopaedia Educational Board in accordance with our peer review process and no conflict of interest was deemed to exist. 

To see current disclosures please view Frank Gaillard's user profile

Professor Peter Mitchell is a diagnostic and interventional neuroradiologist at the Royal Melbourne Hospital (RMH) where he is director of the NeuroIntervention Service. He is Head of Endovascular Clot Retrieval Statewide Service at RMH, and President of the Australian & New Zealand Society of Neuroradiology (ANZSNR). Peter is a world leader in endovascular management of stroke and was a co-principal investigator and author of the EXTEND-IA trial published in NEJM in March 2015. View Peter Mitchell's Radiopaedia user profile

Author disclosures

At the time of publication/creation of this learning activity the following disclosures were present: 

  • Institutional research grants from Stryker and Medtronic (for DIRECT-SAFE and Extend-IA trials)
  • Invited speaker at Stryker and Medtronic sponsored sessions at scientific meetings
  • No stock or direct financial interests or membership of any advisory boards etc... with ineligible companies.
  • These relationships were reviewed by the Radiopaedia Educational Board and no conflict of interest was deemed to exist. 

Note: Various devices and software packages are mentioned by name in this talk however this does not constitute a recommendation. These products were those specifically used in the cases shown and/or chosen by the trials in which the patients were enrolled. 

These relationships were reviewed by the Radiopaedia Educational Board in accordance with our peer review process and no conflict of interest was deemed to exist. 

To see current disclosures please view Peter Mitchell's user profile

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