Stay up to date on the latest Mammography hot topics! The 2022 Summer Live Webinar Series will focus on six different breast imaging topics: Breast Pathology, Missed Breast Cancers, Breast Imaging in the ER, Contrast-enhanced Mammography, Imaging of the Reconstructed Breast and Transgender Breast Imaging. Webinars are FREE for SBI members; $50 for non-members.

Past Webinars – Register for webinar recordings (CE for live webinar attendance only)

August 23 – Transgender Breast Imaging – Mai Elezaby, MD, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

Many radiologists are unfamiliar with the appropriate imaging recommendations for transgender patients nor the diversity of this patient population. Due to this lack of knowledge, many breast imaging facilities do not know how to identify risks and rationales when recommending imaging nor how to provide a welcoming environment for transgender patients which may adversely affect patient compliance with future screening. Attend this webinar to understand the appropriate imaging recommendation in the diagnostic setting for transgender patients and discuss some of the recommendations for a more inclusive patient care experience. Live Q&A!

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Pricing

SBI Physician Member – Included with member benefits Non-Member Physician – $50

Learning Objectives

  • Review the general pathophysiologic differences for breast cancer among the different groups of transgender patients.
  • Describe the current screening recommendations for transgender patients.
  • Outline the appropriate imaging recommendation in the diagnostic setting for transgender patients.
  • Discuss some of the recommendations for a more inclusive patient care experience.

August 16 – Imaging the Reconstructed Breast– Sujata Ghate, MD, FSBI, Duke Radiology

Radiologists should be familiar with normal and abnormal findings encountered in imaging of the reconstructed breast. Radiologists should also know how to recognize common and uncommon complications seen after breast reconstruction, in order to minimize unnecessary biopsy and improving follow-up. This webinar will describe the techniques of implant and autologous flap reconstruction, recognize common and uncommon benign findings and explain complications associated with breast reconstruction with live polling and audience Q&A. Come prepared to see some great cases!

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Pricing

SBI Physician Member – Included with member benefits Non-Member Physician – $50

Learning Objectives

  • Describe techniques of implant and autologous flap reconstruction.
  • Recognize common and uncommon benign findings associated with breast reconstruction.
  • Explain complications associated with breast reconstruction.

Contrast-enhanced mammography (CEM) utilization has grown in recent years with more and more practices incorporating it into routine clinical care. However, many radiologists are still unfamiliar with CEM, how it compares with more conventional breast imaging, and how it can be used to promote cancer detection. This webinar will review the basics of CEM and will show its value for cancer detection in a case-based format with live polling and audience Q&A. Come prepared to see some great cases!

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Pricing

SBI Physician Member – Included with member benefits Non-Member Physician – $50

Learning Objectives

  • Recognize the basics of CEM and how images are acquired and interpreted to improve cancer detection.
  • Describe how CEM is used to enhance breast cancer detection and implement strategies for incorporating CEM into clinical practice.

Breast imaging in the emergency room can be challenging to the on-call radiologists and trainees. There is a paucity of formal training and education in managing various breast problems in the emergency room setting after hours, leaving gaps for those already in practice and current trainees. This webinar will describe and illustrate clinical and imaging findings of various breast problems including infection, trauma, post-procedure complications, benign and malignant cystic and solid masses presenting to the emergency room in a case-based format. It will also enable the attendees to recognize appropriate management, treatment and follow up for these problems in the emergency room setting. Come with your questions for the live Q&A!

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Pricing

SBI Physician Member – Included with member benefits Non-Member Physician – $50

Learning Objectives

  • Describe and illustrate clinical and imaging findings of various breast problems presenting to the emergency room in a case-based format.
  • Recognize appropriate management, treatment and follow up for various emergent breast problems.

Breast imaging radiologists play a central and critical role in the early detection of breast cancer. Complex perceptual and cognitive tasks are required to accurately evaluate screening and diagnostic imaging as well as effectively perform image guided procedures. Additionally, a combination of patient-related, tumor-related, and technical factors can introduce challenges impacting cancer detection.

Review of missed breast cancers and understanding various contributing factors can be beneficial in improving radiologist performance and patient outcomes. In fact, to satisfy practice quality and safety requirements, the American College of Radiology is encouraging practices to adopt a collaborative peer learning process where radiologists share and learn from their errors both individually and in group conference formats.

In this webinar, Dr. Taylor-Cho, shares cases of missed breast cancers. He discusses the various factors that contributed to the missed breast cancer with particular emphasis on the various perceptual and cognitive errors that breast imaging radiologists commonly fall victim to. This webinar will enable attendees to identify and recognize the factors that contribute to missed breast cancers and come up with strategies to prevent similar errors in the future. Additionally, the webinar can provide tools that can be employed in the attendees’ own institutional peer review learning process.

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Pricing

SBI Physician Member – Included with member benefits Non-Member Physician – $50

Learning Objectives

  • Recognize factors leading to missed breast cancer including types of cognitive error.
  • Review missed breast cancer cases.
  • Identify strategies to avoid errors in the future.

Case-based learning is an important mode of learning radiology and maintaining an active and updated understanding of the field. Creating these cases can be a great way for trainees to work closely with mentors, delve deeply into a particular etiology, and gain experience generating scholarly works.

In this webinar, Matthew Miller, MD, PhD and radiology residents Erin Aubrey, MD, Anson Chen, MD, and Andrew Renaldo, MD from the University of Virginia, present several cases from the Case of the Month series published by the SBI Resident and Fellows Section (RFS).  Each of these cases were authored by a trainee-attending pair and are available as a learning tool on the SBI website.  This interactive talk will include extensive use of audience response polling as learners are encouraged to work through the cases as they are being presented. This talk is followed by a Q&A session with questions from the live audience.

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Pricing

SBI Physician Member – Included with member benefits Non-Member Physician – $50

Learning Objectives

  • Discuss imaging presentations of three breast pathologies: triple negative invasive ductal carcinoma, recurrent myeloid sarcoma, and encapsulated papillary carcinoma.
  • Recognize the imaging presentation of important breast pathologies and the underlying biological mechanisms.
  • Outline appropriate steps for diagnosis and management of various breast imaging findings.