NOTE: Registrations for this course closed 1 January 2022. Much of the content has now been incorporated into our lecture collections and adult neuroradiology review course. Existing registrants will still receive their full access length - simple login to view the content.
This course reviews core knowledge and gives an update on recent developments, techniques and controversies in neuroradiology. Ideal for radiologists and radiology trainees, as well as other health professionals interested in neuroimaging.
- Approach to brain tumors
- What's changed in WHO classification 2016
- Brain tumor treatment response, pseudoprogression, pseudoresponse
- Stroke imaging update
- Aneurysm and arteriovenous malformation update
- Spinal cord pathology
- Intracranial hypertension and craniospinal hypotension
- Case review session
Who should watch?
The course will assume at least a basic knowledge of neuroradiology and is most suited to:
- Radiologists - consultant, trainee
- Neurologists - consultant, trainee
- Neurosurgeons - consultant, trainee
- Junior doctors - with an interest in neuroradiology
- MRI technologists - with an interest in neuroradiology
Free Access In Low and Middle-Income Countries
Radiopaedia is proud to be able to provide this online course for free in 125 low and middle-income countries. We'd like to thank those in paid countries for helping to make this possible.
An official course certificate is awarded to all those who complete the course and is downloadable from the user's 'courses' page. This online course is eligible for 6 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.
Associate Professor Frank Gaillard (@frankgaillard) 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.
Professor Peter Mitchell (@mitchep07) is a neurointerventional radiologist at the Royal Melbourne Hospital where he is director of neurointervention services. Peter is a world leader in endovascular management of stroke and was an investigator and co-author of the EXTEND-IA trial published in NEJM in March 2015.