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SCHOOL OFMEDICINENEW YORK U NIVERSITYSponsored by NYU Post-GraduateMedical School and theDepartment of RadiologyEMERGENCYIMAGING UPDATEON NEVISMARK P. BERNSTEIN, M.D.Four Seasons Resort, NevisJanuary 7–11, 2008ESSENTIALSOF IMAGINGON LANA’I:From the Head to the ToeMICHAEL MACARI, M.D.Four Seasons Resort,Lana’i at Manele BayFebruary 4-8, 2008

EMERGENCY IMAGING UPDATEONNEVISFour Seasons Resort Nevis January 7 – 11, 2008T h e P o s t - G r a d u a t e M e d i c a l S c h o o l o f t h e N e w Yo r k U n i v e r s i t y S c h o o l o f M e d i c i n ei s c o m m i t t e d t o i m p ro v i n g p a t i e n t c a re t h ro u g h c o n t i n u i n g m e d i c a l e d u c a t i o n .PAR TICIPATINGFACULTYCourse DirectorMark P. Ber nstein, M.D.Guest FacultyStuar t E. Mir vis, M.D.Professor of RadiologyProfessor of Diagnostic RadiologyAssociate Chairman for Medical AffairsDirector, Emergency Radiology/Trauma RadiologyUniversity of Maryland Medical CenterBaltimore, MarylandNYU FacultyMark P. Ber nstein, M.D.Assistant Professor of RadiologyJill E. Jacobs, M.D.Associate Professor of RadiologyChief, Cardiac ImagingRafael Rivera, M.D.Assistant Professor of RadiologyJohnny Vlahos, M.D.Assistant Professor of RadiologyStatement of NeedThere are many recent technological advances inimaging techniques which can be applied in currentclinical practice. Maintenance of certification requirescontinued review of essential imaging techniques inall areas of radiology, including emergency imaging,body, thoracic, cardiac, pediatric applications.Ta r g e t A u d i e n c eClinical radiologists in academic or private practice.DescriptionThis four-day course is intended to provide an overviewof current state-of-the-art imaging techniques than canbe applied to evaluation of the acutely ill and injuredpatient. The course will focus on multi-detector CT andultrasound in both adult and pediatric populations.Areas covered will include: chest (cardiac, aortic,traumatic, thromboembolic), abdomen (obstruction,inflammation, blunt and penetrating trauma), neuro(spine and head & neck), and pediatrics.Educational ObjectivesGiven the latest and important CT development sincethe inception of spiral CT, you will review the principlesand techniques of dual energy imaging and enhanceyour understanding of its early clinical practice andimportance in the clinical setting.Based on current imaging techniques, literature andclinical guidelines, you will identify the optimalmethodologies for evaluating solid, subsolid nodulesand ground glass nodules, and apply this newknowledge to enhance your clinical practice.Based on advances in cardiac CT imaging, you willrecognize the principles and techniques involved inacquiring an optimized cardiac CT angiography data set.Given patients who present with a small bowelobstruction and using the latest scanning methodology,you will more effectively diagnose its type and etiology.Using the latest MDCT scanning methodology, you willmore efficiently evaluate blunt cerebrovascular trauma,maxillofacial trauma, torso trauma and hemorrhage, therebyproviding better pre-surgical and post-operative patient care.Using the latest MRI and ultrasound technologyavailable, utilize new strategies and protocols forenhanced image interpretation in the pediatricpopulation, in particular pediatric hips, head andspine and in abdominal emergency cases.A c c re d i t a t i o n S t a t e m e n tThe NYU Post-Graduate Medical School is accreditedby the Accreditation Council for Continuing MedicalEducation (ACCME) to provide continuing medicaleducation for physicians.C re d i t D e s i g n a t i o nSponsored byNYU Post-Graduate Medical Schooland the Department of Radiology2The NYU Post-Graduate Medical School designatesthis educational activity for a maximum of 17AMA PRA Category 1 Credits.TM Physicians should onlyclaim credits commensurate with the extent of theirparticipation in the activity.Monday, January 7Tuesday, January 8Wednesday, January 9Thursday, January 10Friday, January 114.25 Credits4.25 CreditsFree Day4.25 Credits4.25 CreditsTotal17 CreditsD i s c l o s u re S t a t e m e n tThe NYU Post-Graduate School adheres to ACCMEEssential Areas and Policies, including the Standards forCommercial Support regarding industry support ofcontinuing medical education. In order to resolve anyidentified Conflicts of Interest, disclosure information isprovided during the planning process to ensureresolution of any identified conflicts. Disclosure offaculty and commercial relationships as well as thediscussion of off-label or investigational use of anydrug, device or procedure by the faculty or procedureby the faculty will be fully noted at the meeting.R e g i s t r a t i o n I n f o rm a t i o nThe tuition for this four-day course is 925; 650 forresidents/fellows/NYU alumni/retirees/V.A. employees,Canadians and physicians who do not permanentlyreside in the U.S. On-line registration is the easiest wayto enroll but we encourage you to book your hotel andairline reservations first. Fees include course materials,breakfast and breaks for registrants, a welcome receptionon Sunday evening. Please be sure to print yourconfirmation/receipt when booking on-line and pleaseinclude your e-mail address as we send out informationone week prior to a conference with final and importantdetails concerning the trip and meeting.CancellationsIf you need to cancel your enrollment, you will need tosend written notification, via e-mail, 30 or more daysin advance. Your tuition will be refunded minus a 75service fee. For last-minute cancellations (less than 30days, no refunds will be possible.)Special NeedsThe Post-Graduate Medical School of the New YorkUniversity School of Medicine, in compliance with thelegal requirements of the Americans Disabilities Act,requests that any participant of this CME course who isin need of accommodation, submit written requests toour office at least one month prior to the course date.D i e t a ry R e s t r i c t i o n sPlease indicate any dietary restrictions on the registration form.S p e c i a l To p i c s / Q u e s t i o n sIf there is a specific topic or question that would helpfulfill your educational needs, please submit it on theregistration form or on-line form.

EMERGENCY IMAGING UPDATEONNEVISPROGRAM INFORMATIONSunday, January 6, 20084:00-6:00Registration6:00-7:30Welcome ReceptionThoracic Imaging10:30-11:15MDCT Thoracic TraumaMark P. Bernstein, M.D.11:15-NoonCT Evaluation of the ThoracicAorta (Non-Traumatic)Johnny Vlahos, M.D.Monday, January 7, 2008Abdominal Imaging –Computed Tomography7:00-7:40Registration and ContinentalBreakfast7:40-7:45Welcome and IntroductionMark P. Bernstein, M.D.Abdominal Imaging –Computed estions & DiscussionWednesday, January 9, 20089:15-10:00Cardiac CT AngiographyBasics: Interpretation ofAbnormalitiesJill E. Jacobs, M.D.10:00-10:15Questions & Discussion10:15-10:30BreakPediatric Musculoskeletal10:30-11:15Pediatric MusculoskeletalMRIRafael Rivera, M.D.11:15-NoonUS Pediatric Hips, Headand SpineRafael Rivera, M.D.Free Day to Enjoy the Island of NevisThursday, January 10, 2008Abdominal Imaging7:00-7:45Continental BreakfastNoon-12:15Questions & Discussion7:45-8:3012:15Program Evaluation andAdjournmentMDCT TraumaticHemorrhageMark P. Bernstein, M.D.CT of InflammatoryDiseases of the ColonJill E. Jacobs, M.D.8:30-9:15CT Small Bowel Obstructionand IschemiaJill E. Jacobs, M.D.US of AbdominalEmergencies (Peds)Rafael Rivera, M.D.9:15-10:00Thoracolumbar SpineTraumaMark P. Bernstein, M.D.MDCT PenetratingTorso TraumaStuart E. Mirvis, M.D.EducationalGrant10:00-10:15Questions & Discussion10:15-10:30Break10:00-10:15Questions & DiscussionACKNOWLEDGEMENTOptimizing Abdominal CTfor the Pediatric PatientRafael Rivera, M.D.10:15-10:30BreakThe organizers acknowledge theeducational grant support receivedfrom the following organizations:10:30-11:1511:15-NoonMDCT of PulmonaryNodules – CurrentConceptsJohnny Vlahos, M.D.Noon-12:15Questions & DiscussionThoracic Imaging10:30-11:15CT in the Evaluation ofPulmonary ThromboembolicDiseaseJohnny Vlahos, M.D.11:15-NoonMDCT Traumatic Aortic InjuryStuart E. Mirvis, M.D.Tuesday, January 8, 2008Noon-12:15Questions & DiscussionHead & Neck ImagingFriday, January 11, 20087:00-7:45Continental Breakfast7:45-8:30MDCT BluntCerebrovascular TraumaStuart E. Mirvis,M.D.Cardiac Imaging and Dual EnergyImaging8:30-9:15MDCT MaxillofacialTraumaMark P. Bernstein, M.D.9:15-10:00Uncommon & Misses:C-spine InjuriesStuart E. Mirvis, M.D.10:00-10:15Questions & Discussion10:15-10:30Break7:00-7:45Continental Breakfast7:45-8:30Cardiac CT AngiographyBasics: Principles andTechniquesJill E. Jacobs, M.D.8:30-9:15Dual Energy Imaging:From Basic Principles toEarly Clinical PracticeJohnny Vlahos, M.D.B ay e r H e a l t h C a reP h a rm a c e u t i c a l s , I n c .andSiemens Medical Solutions, Inc.3

EMERGENCY IMAGING UPDATETRAVELANDONNEVISHOTEL INFORMATIONNevisDiscover the uncrowded and unspoiled Caribbean . . . the paradise known as Nevis. Here, amidst the rustle ofgentle tradewinds through majestic palms, waits a land of brightly painted houses, 17th century stone churchesand historic plantation homes. From Fort Charles to the 1778 Bath Hotel, a once famous spa, to the now quietsugar mills, Nevis is a treasure waiting to be discovered. Recreation options on the island include nature andhistorical hikes, sailing, art and fashion shows, island tours, casino trip to St. Kitts, scuba diving, snorkeling, deepsea fishing and horseback riding.F o u r S e a s o n s R e s o rt N e v i sThis luxurious resort, a AAA Five-Diamond property, is set on 350 oceanfront acres stretchingfrom a coconut grove on pristine Pinney’s Beach to unspoiled rainforest foothills withsparkling vistas of the Caribbean. The hotel has elegantly appointed guest rooms, suites andvillas; a 12,000-square foot full-service spa and health club; a spectacular Robert Trent Jones II18-hole golf course, ranked among the best resort courses in the world; 10 tennis courts withPeter Burwashing International tennis pros; pool; and styling salon. Dining options includethree restaurants offering guests a choice of casual, light dining or a more formal setting. A complimentarychildren’s program (ages 3-9 years) is also available.All rooms confirmed for NYU participants feature a private veranda, air conditioning, ceiling fans, two-linespeaker phones with data port, high-speed Internet access, bathrobes, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, fullystocked private bar with ice maker, coffee maker with complimentary coffee, and electronic safe.NYU MEETING RATEPUBLIC RATE:Mountain View 555 825Partial Ocean/Ocean View 630 900Rates above are per room, per night, single or double occupancy, plus 10 per room per day EnvironmentalProtection Levy, 9% occupancy and sales tax and 10% service charge. Service charge includes all porterage,housekeeping and pool attendant gratuities. Third person adult - 80 plus tax and fees (subject to change).Children ages 17 and under may room with parents at no charge. Maximum occupancy: 3 adults or 2 adults and2 children. Suites and villas subject to rate and availability at time of request. A deposit equal to 2-nights stay,including tax is required to confirm accommodations. If providing a credit card, the hotel will charge the requireddeposit approximately 45 days prior to arrival.A i r p o r t / H o t e l Tr a n s f e r sSponsored byNYU Post-Graduate Medical Schooland the Department of Radiology4The best routing to Nevis is via St. Kitts. Mostflights to St. Kitts connectthrough San Juan,Puerto Rico, butAmericanAirlines has justadded a newnon-stop flightfrom JFK onWednesdays andSundays only. Uponarrival in St. Kitts, FourSeasons Resort staff meets arriving guests andtransports them by mini-van to the launch for a30 - 45 minute boat trip to the Four Seasonsprivate pier. Round-trip transfers from St. Kittsto the hotel are 100 per person (subject tochange) and will be billed to your room.(American Eagle offers limited service from SanJuan, Puerto Rico, directly into Nevis. Roundtrip transfer from the airport is 60 per person,subject to change, which will be billed directlyto your room.)

EMERGENCY IMAGING UPDATEONNEVISOPTIONAL ACTIVITIESOptional activities have been arranged by TravelPlanners, Inc., the official housing agent for NYU.These activities are offered on a private basis so asnot to conflict with the NYU meeting agenda. Anymorning optional activities that we have included areintended for the guest/spouse of the meetingparticipant. All activities are available on a first-come,first-served basis and subject to cancellation if theminimum requirements are not met. Activities will bebilled to your room and are payable upon checkout.NOTE: All prices quoted are based on 2007 ratesand are subject to change without notice.Monday, Januar y 7, 2008After noon Tour of Nevis2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. – 49 per personTravel in air-conditioned vans to view spectacularruins of one-time sugar plantations, charming andromantic historical ruins, and colorful West Indianhouses. Stop at the Botanical Gardens, theHamilton Museum and enjoy afternoon tea atMontpelier Plantation. Included: round-triptransportation, entry fees, and refreshments.Minimum: 4 persons per van.Tuesday, January 8, 2008Tropical Bounty Culinary Demonstration9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. – 35 per personCombine an introduction to the history of localfruits and vegetables with a local naturalist, whilewalking the grounds surrounding the Resort. Learnabout breadfruit, Tania, genips, soursop, sugarapple, bush tea and an assortment of locally usedspices and flavorings. Follow with an interactivecooking demonstration by one of the Four SeasonsFive Diamond Chefs. Minimum: 4 persons.Golf Tour nament1:30 p.m. Tee Time – 193.50 per personFour Seasons Resort Nevis offers a beautiful18-hole Championship Golf Course designed byRobert Trent Jones II. The course provides dramaticviews overlooking the Resort, the Caribbean, andthe neighboring island of St. Kitts while windingits way up Nevis Peak from the sea. With fourdifferent tees, it offers a challenge to all levels ofplay. Includes: Carts, scorecards, and tee pack.Club or shoe rental available. Minimum: 8 persons.Dinner at Miss June’s7:00 p.m. hotel departure – 108 per personAfter noon Kayaking and Snorkeling Tour1:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. – 75 per personDinner reservations will be made for you at thislovely, quaint restaurant, which offers a set menuwith a blend of Asian, Caribbean, and FrenchCreole cuisine. Cocktails at 7:30 p.m., followed bysoup and sherry, fish course with wine, a buffetselection of over twenty dishes with wine, fruitcompote with sorbet or ice cream. Coffee, liqueurs,cognac and port are served in the lounge followingdinner. Cost of the meal including all refreshments( 86 per person) is to be paid directly to restaurant,cash or credit card. Round-trip taxi service ( 22 perperson) will be billed to your room folio. Minimum:20 persons. Maximum: 40 persons.Depart from Oualie Beach, three miles north of theFour Seasons Resort, on a scenic guided tour alongPinney’s Beach past Pelican Point. Snorkel at the baseof a steep cliff and then stop along a palm-fringedbeach for tropical drinks, local pastries and fresh fruit.Enjoy time to beachcomb, swim, or just sunbathebefore completing the paddle to the resort. Includes:Taxi to Oualie Beach; refreshments; snorkel gear;guide. Minimum: 8 persons.Wednesday, Januar y 9, 2008(No Meetings this day!)Mor ning Golf7:00 a.m. tee time – 185 per personSee Tuesday’sactivities for descriptions.Today’s golf will not bea tournament. Minimum:4 persons.Tropical Safari Walk7:45 a.m. to 9:45 a.m.– 35 per personThe tropical forests ofNevis contain a wealth offascinating naturalhistory. But one should not ignore the ruins andreminders of the 200 years when Nevis was the“Queen of the Caribees,” and one of thewealthiest sugar islands in the West Indies. Manyof these ruins have only recently been discovered.Explore the abundant wealth of nature while alsoexploring remains from days gone by on this greatwalking safari into the rainforest on the slopesof Nevis Peak. Enjoy refreshments in true safaristyle under the cool shade of the tree canopy,surrounded by the sounds of nature. Keep a sharpeye and ear out for those elusive vervet monkeys!Includes: Round-trip transportation, refreshmentstop; and guide. Minimum: 4 persons.After noon Sailing/Snorkeling Cruise2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. – 80 per personTaste of the Islands Cooking Classwith Lunch10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. – 71 per personDiscover the fascinating underwater world of St.Kitts. Sail on a catamaran for an hour to ShittenBay, St. Kitts. Snorkel in 15 feet of clear blue waterand view a colorful array of sea life, often includingparrot fish, trumpet fish, blue runners, turtles, sanddollars and coral. Sip a cool beverage to the beatof Calypso music on your return sail. Includes:snorkel gear, refreshments, and towels. Minimum:24 persons.The Four Seasons Chef will introduce tropicaldelights and share the magical techniques ofpreparing island specialties. Take away many of theChef’s treasured secrets and become the envy ofyour friends. Following the demonstration, enjoylunch featuring the items demonstrated in thecooking class. Includes: Chef and wait staff, lunchwith coffee and tea. Minimum: 10 persons.After noon/Evening on St. Kitts3:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. – 141 per personBoard a private launch for a 30-40 minute boatride from Nevis to St. Kitts. Upon arrival, enjoy afull island tour of St. Kitts, including Frigate Bay, apanoramic view of the southeast peninsula fromTimothy Hill, and a tour of the peninsula with itspicturesque landscape and great salt lakes. If you’relucky, you might even catch a glimpse of the veryshy green velvet monkeys who have made thepeninsula their natural habitat. Visit Turtle BeachGrill and Bar which overlooks Nevis from just a2-mile channel. A stop for shopping in Basseterrewill be made. The tour will end at the Royal ResortCasino. This 35,000-square foot casino offers a fullrange of play, from Blackjack, Spanish 21, Roulette,Baccarat, and Craps to Pia Gow, Caribbean, ThreeCard, Big Six and Let It Ride Poker. In addition thecasino provides nightly live entertainment and over400 slots, from penny to one hundred dollars. TheRoyal Resort offers several dining options. Includes:Round-trip private launch to/from the FourSeasons; island tour; transfer to the casino;transfer to the pier. Minimum: 40 persons.Thursday, Januar y 10, 2008Fresh Star t Mor ning CookingDemonstration8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. – 55 per personStart the day with a wonderful breakfast buffetoffering juices freshly squeezed to order, tropicalfresh fruits, and local specialties amidst a backdropof colorful village facades and local fruits andvegetables. A Four Seasons chef will introducethese tropical products and demonstrate how toprepare some of the Island specialties. Breakfastwill be followed by a healthy, guided walk aroundthe property. Includes: Breakfast buffet, chef andwait staff, and guided walk. Minimum: 25 persons.After noon Sailing/Snorkeling Cr uise2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. – 80 per personPlease see Tuesday’s activities for description.Minimum: 24 persons.Dinner at Miss June’s7:00 p.m. hotel departure – 108 per personPlease see Tuesday’s activities for description.Minimum: 20 persons. Maximum: 40 persons.5

ESSENTIALSOF IMAGING ONLANA’I: From the Head to the ToeFour Seasons Resort Lanai February 4 – 8, 2008T h e P o s t - G r a d u a t e M e d i c a l S c h o o l o f t h e N e w Yo r k U n i v e r s i t y S c h o o l o f M e d i c i n e i s c o m m i t t e d t o i m p ro v i n gp a t i e n t c a re t h ro u g h c o n t i n u i n g m e d i c a l e d u c a t i o n .PA R T I C I PAT I N GF A C U LT YS tatement of NeedMonday, February 4Tuesday, February 5Wednesday, February 6Thursday, February 7Friday, February 84.75 Credits4.75 CreditsFree Day4.50 Credits4 CreditsGuest FacultyTa r g e t A u d i e n c eTotal18 CreditsGeoffrey D. Rubin, M.D.Professor of RadiologyChief, Cardiovascular ImagingAssociate Dean for Clinical AffairsStanford University School of MedicineStanford, CaliforniaClinical radiologists in academic or private practice.D i s c l o s u re S t a t e m e n tDescriptionThe NYU Post-Graduate School adheres to ACCMEEssential Areas and Policies, including the Standardsfor Commercial Support regarding industry support ofcontinuing medical education. In order to resolve anyidentified Conflicts of Interest, disclosure informationis provided during the planning process to ensureresolution of any identified conflicts. Disclosure offaculty and commercial relationships as well as thediscussion of off-label or investigational use of anydrug, device or procedure by the faculty or procedureby the faculty will be fully noted at the meeting.Course DirectorMichael Macari, M.D.NYU FacultyJohn A. Bonavita, M.D.Assistant Professor of RadiologyMichael Macari, M.D.Associate Professor of RadiologyChief, Abdominal ImagingLeon D. R ybak, M.D.Assistant Professor of RadiologyJohn P. Loh, M.D.Assistant Professor of RadiologyThis course was designed to demonstrate a practicalapproach to image interpretation. The lectures areintended to show how clinical and imaging data can beused together to narrow a differential diagnosis and aid inpatient care. The course will cover topics in body, chest,cardiac, vascular, musculoskeletal, and neuro imaging.Lectures will focus on a sensible approach to imagingequipment utilization to answer a particular clinicalquestion. The appropriate utilization of US, CT, and MRimaging will be stressed in order to optimize patient care.Optimization of imaging techniques to obtain data will bereviewed in each lecture. Focused differential diagnosiswill be stressed. Lecture material is based on expertconsensus opinion, review of current literature, andpathologically proven case material. At the end of thecourse, the participant should be able to utilize thisinformation to improve their clinical practice.Educational ObjectivesGiven patients who present with extremityimpingement syndromes, elbow or ankle pain,more effectively diagnose the disorders based onstate-of-the-art MR imaging applications and protocols.Based on advances in cardiac CT imaging, you willrecognize the principles and techniques involved inacquiring an optimized cardiac CT angiography data set.Using the latest MDCT scanning methodology, you willmore effectively detect colorectal polyps and understandthe utility and potential limitations of virtual colonoscopyrelative to optical colonoscopy.Based on current imaging techniques, literature and clinicalguidelines, you will identify the optimal methodologies forevaluating a variety of pulmonary nodules, and apply thisnew knowledge to enhance your clinical practice.Based on the latest imaging protocols, review thefundamentals of neuroimaging of the brain, spine and head& neck for more accurate diagnoses and optimal patientA c c re d i t a t i o n S t a t e m e n tThe NYU Post-Graduate Medical School is accreditedby the Accreditation Council for Continuing MedicalEducation (ACCME) to provide continuing medicaleducation for physicians.C re d i t D e s i g n a t i o nSponsored byNYU Post-Graduate Medical Schooland the Department of Radiology6credits commensurate with the extent of theirparticipation in the activity.There are many recent technological advances inimaging techniques which can be applied in currentclinical practice. Maintenance of certification requirescontinued review of essential imaging techniques inall areas of radiology, including body, chest, cardiac,vascular, musculoskeletal, and neuro imaging.The NYU Post-Graduate Medical School designates thiseducational activity for a maximum of 18 AMA PRACategory 1 Credits.TM Physicians should only claimR e g i s t r a t i o n I n f o rm a t i o nThe tuition for this four-day course is 925; 650 forresidents/fellows/NYU alumni/retirees/V.A. employees,Canadians and physicians who do not permanentlyreside in the U.S. On-line registration is the easiestway to enroll but we encourage you to book yourhotel and airline reservations first. Fees include coursematerials, breakfast and breaks for registrants, awelcome reception on Sunday evening. Please besure to print your confirmation/receipt when bookingon-line and please include your e-mail address as wesend out information one week prior to a conferencewith final and important details concerning the tripand meeting.CancellationsIf you need to cancel your enrollment, you will need tosend written notification via e-mail 30 or more days inadvance. Your tuition will be refunded minus a 75service fee. For last-minute cancellations (less than 30days,) no refunds will be possible.Special NeedsThe Post-Graduate Medical School of the New YorkUniversity School of Medicine, in compliance with thelegal requirements of the Americans Disabilities Act,requests that any participant of this CME course, who isin need of accommodation, submit written requests toour office at least one month prior to the course date.D i e t a ry R e s t r i c t i o n sPlease indicate any dietary restrictions on theregistration form or when you register on-line.S p e c i a l To p i c s / Q u e s t i o n sIf there is a specific topic or question that would helpfulfill your educational needs, please submit it on theregistration form or on-line form.

ESSENTIALSOF IMAGING ONLANA’I: FROMTHEHEADTO THETOEPROGRAM INFORMATIONSunday, Febr uary 3, 20084:00-6:00Registration6:00 – 7:30Welcome ReceptionMonday, February 4, 200810:45-11:30Cardiac CT: Beyond theCoronary ArteriesGeoffrey A. Rubin, M.D.9:00-9:40Localization of SpinalLesionsJohn P. Loh, M.D.11:30-NoonBrain NeoplasmsJohn P. Loh, M.D.9:40-10:15Noon-12:30Impingement Syndromesof the ExtremitiesLeon D. Rybak, M.D.The Basics of Spine Surgeryfor RadiologistsLeon D. Rybak, M.D.10:15-11:00Discussion of UnknownCases of the DayMichael Macari, M.D.HRCT of Diffuse LungDisease: The EssentialsJohn A. Bonavita, M.D.11:00-11:30Head TraumaJohn P. Loh, M.D.11:30-11:40Discussion of UnknownCases of the DayMichael Macari, M.D.11:40-NoonFinal Questions andDiscussionNoonProgram Evaluationand Adjournment7:00-7:45Registration and ContinentalBreakfast7:45-7:55Unknown Cases: Daily QuizMichael Macari, M.D.7:55-8:00WelcomeMichael Macari, M.D.12:40-12:458:00-8:45How I Read a Coronary CTAGeoffrey D. Rubin, M.D.Wednesday, February 6, 20088:45-9:30How I Read a VirtualColonoscopyMichael Macari, M.D.9:30-10:15Peripheral CTA: How I Do ItGeoffrey D.Rubin, M.D.10:15-10:30Questions & Discussion10:30-10:45Break10:45-11:30Imaging of the SmallBowel: A Pattern ApproachMichael Macari, M.D.11:30-NoonNoon-12:3012:30-12:4012:40-12:45MRI of the ElbowLeon D. Rybak, M.D.A Practical Approach to theIncidental Pulmonary NoduleJohn A. Bonavita, M.D.Discussion of UnknownCases of the DayMichael Macari, M.D.7:15-7:45Continental Breakfast7:45-8:00Unknown Cases: Daily QuizMichael Macari, M.D.8:00-8:45Jaundice and theAbnormal Biliary Tree:What to Do Next?Michael Macari, M.D.Ultrasound of the Thyroid:What Needs to be Biopsied?John A. Bonavita, M.D.Questions & DiscussionFree Day to enjoy the Island of Lana’iThursday, Februar y 7, 20087:15-7:45Continental Breakfast7:45-8:00Unknown Cases: Daily QuizMichael Macari, M.D.8:00-8:45Diffusion-WeightedImaging of the BrainJohn P. Loh, M.D.8:45-9:30CT and MR Imaging ofFocal/Diffuse Hepatic DiseaseMichael Macari, M.D.9:30-10:15Lung Cancer Screening Current StatusJohn A. Bonavita, M.D.10:15-10:30Questions & Discussion10:30-10:45Break10:30-11:15A Practical Approach toCystic Pancreatic LesionsMichael Macari, M.D.11:15-11:45MRI of the AnkleLeon D. Rybak, M.D.11:45-12:15MCDT of Airway Disease.John A. Bonavita, M.D.12:15-12:25Discussion of UnknownCases of the DayMichael Macari, M.D.12:25-12:30Questions & DiscussionQuestions & DiscussionTuesday, Febr uary 5, EMENTThe organizers acknowledge theeducational grant support receivedfrom the following organizations:B ay e r H e a l t h C a reP h a rm a c e u t i c a l s , I n c .andSiemens Medical Solutions, Inc.Friday, Febr uary 8, 20087:15-7:45Continental Breakfast9:30-10:15MRI of the Lumbar SpineLeon A. Rybak, M.D.7:45-815Unknown Cases: Daily QuizMichael Macari, M.D.10:15-10:30Questions & Discussion8:15-9:0010:30-10:45Coffee BreakFrom Single to 64 Slice andBeyond: MDCT 2008Geoffrey A. Rubin, M.D.7

ESSENTIALSOF IMAGING ONTRAVELANDLANAI: FROMTHEOnce known as the Pineapple Island for its fields ofgolden pineapples, the Hawaiian island of Lana'i isparadise come to life. The third smallest of the majorislands and a 25-minute flight from Honolulu or ferryride from Maui, Lana’i offers a breathtaking expanse ofcloud forests ringed by secluded white-sand beachesand rugged red lava cliffs. The island is approximately13 miles wide and 18 miles long, with groundelevations varying from sea level to more than 3,400feet. A place of deep cultural significance, Lana'ifeatures many historical sites, old fishing villages andunique topographical attractions. Today, the island's onlycommunity is the quaint old plantation town of Lana'iCity, located in the cool central region of the island.NYU Radiology is holding room blocks at both of theFour Seasons properties on the island (Manele Baywhich is oceanside and the unique manor-like Lodge atKoele located a short shuttle ride away in the coolerhighlands). It is difficult to advise you which property toselect and you may also want to view the Four Seasonswebsite for additional descriptions and photographs tohelp in your decision (www.fourseasons.com)F o u r S e a s o n s R e s o rt L a n a ’ i a tManele Bay (Meeting Location)Perched above the Pacific, Four Seasons presents anocean-side paradise bordering a protected marinepreserve. Laze on the white-sand beach below, snorkelamid spinner dolphins, or golf on two world-

private pier. Round-trip transfers from St. Kitts to the hotel are 100 per person (subject to change) and will be billed to your room. (American Eagle offers limited service from San Juan, Puerto Rico, directly into Nevis. Round-trip transfer from the airport is 60 per person, subject