In-Depth Focus on Imaging

The 32nd Annual Organ Imaging Review is a practical and highly-regarded three-day radiology review program with a focus on Abdominal, Pelvic, Cardiothoracic and Musculoskeletal Imaging as well as Neuroradiology. This well-renowned program offered by the Department of Medical Imaging provides a comprehensive overview of the imaging techniques from different departments, making this a great learning opportunity for its participants.   Conference Chair, Dr. Alan Moody and Conference Director, Dr. Kartik Jhaveri have been planning this year’s conference and through this program, they aim to provide high-quality content for the enrichment and betterment of medical education not only for practicing and graduating radiologists but also for colleagues in other specialties.                                 The agenda includes Management of Incidental Findings in Chest Imaging, MR Imaging of Ankle Impingment, Imaging of Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Renal Mass Assessment and more. Through combination of lectures, video presentations, case-based discussions and Q&A sessions, participants are expected to receive interactive learning experience while focusing on current topics and healthcare gaps in medical imaging.   The content of this program was developed for radiologists, radiology residents and fellows and has also proven to be of significant interest to sonographers and medical imaging technologists. For more information and to register, visit http://www.cpd.utoronto.ca/organimaging.