Does Every Breast Cancer Patient Need MRI?, Update on High Risk Lesions, Breast Tomography and more!
Does Every Breast Cancer Patient Need MRI? - Gary J. Whitman, M.D.
- MRI Applications for Breast Cancer
- Case Studies
Update on High Risk Lesions - Gary J. Whitman, M.D.
- Types of High Risk Lesions
- Mammography Tips for Imaging High Risk Lesions
- Case Studies
Breast Tomography Update - Michelle Keck, BSRT, RT(R)(M)(BS)
- HX of Breast Tomography
- Pros, Cons and Safety
- Requirements to Perform Tomography
- Case Study and Images
- Tomo vs. Spot Films
Whole Breast Ultrasound - Michelle Keck, BSRT, RT(R)(M)(BS)
- Defining Whole Breast Ultrasound
- Are You Dense? Movement
- Who Needs Breast US
- Pros and Cons of Breast US
- Case Study Images
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**This live, instructor-directed course meets the Texas Medical Board requirements for all registered Medical Radiologic Technologists. Please refer to the TMB website for more information at this LINK
Gary Whitman , MD
MD Anderson-Department of Breast Imaging, Division of Diagnostic ImagingrnrnDr. Gary J Whitman is a tenured professor of radiology and radiation oncology at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, where he serves as the medical director of the mobile mammography program. Dr. Whitman joined the MDACC faculty in 1996 after serving on the faculty at Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital.rnrnDr. Whitman is the current chair of the MDACC Faculty Senate and he serves on the institutional executive committee and the Physicians Referral Service executive committee.rnrnDr. Whitman is a fellow of the American College of Radiology, the Society of Breast Imaging, the Society of Ultrasound in Radiology, and the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine. Dr. Whitman is the president of the Association of University Radiologists, and he is the program chair for the American Roentgen Ray Society. Dr. Whitman is the vice chair of the RSNA News, published by the Radiological Society of North America.rnrnDr. Whitman is interested in all areas of breast imaging, including mammography, ultrasound, and magnetic resonance imaging. Dr. Whitman's research interests include high risk screening, high risk breast lesions, digital mammography, and MRI-guided interventional procedures.