Department of Radiology

Spine Imaging: A Virtual Conference.

Spine Imaging: A Virtual Conference.

Course Overview

The Spine Imaging Course is a 1-day virtual course that aims to provide a systematic approach to the diagnosis and management of spine diseases, using a case-based approach. This way of delivering content has proven to be highly effective and it is very well received by meeting participants. Of note, the course would have both musculoskeletal and neuroradiology experts delivering high-quality subspecialty content, with emphasis in pearls and take-home messages that the attendees can put into practice as soon as they return to their practices. Community respirologists and radiologists will be offered a unique opportunity to interact with the speakers and participate in a comprehensive discussion of current guidelines for diagnosis and management of spine disorders. 


Program Learning Objectives:


1.    To describe a systematic approach for the interpretation of CT and MRI of the spine from an MSK and  Neuroradiology perspective.

2.    To recognize the key imaging findings of common and infrequent diseases of the spine and to discuss the differential diagnoses.

3.    To integrate radiological and clinical finding that allow a specific diagnosis  

Course timing

All times are indicted in EST (Same time zone as Toronto or New York City). Videos will be available after the course for viewing. Attendance certificates will be provided only to those who login for the live event.