Multimodality

             

You can learn the role of MMI in the diagnosis, prognostication and guidance of therapies of pericarditis.
     

18F-FDG PET/CT in infective Endocarditis. Diagnostic algorithm, preparation of the patient and image interpretation.
     

Cleveland Clinic Cardiologist Paul Cremer, MD, presents “Therapeutics of COVID-19 Induced Myocardial Injury: What we know and what we don’t” at a recent Tall Rounds® session available online covering COVID-19: Early Insights into Cardiovascular Issues. Register for free to watch the full Tall Rounds® session, visit http://clevelandclinic.org/tallrounds
     

Cleveland Clinic’s Section Head of Clinical Cardiology and Director of the Cardiac ICU, Venu Menon, MD, presents “Myocardial Injury in COVID-19: Insights from Troponin” at a recent Tall Rounds® session available online covering COVID-19: Early Insights into Cardiovascular Issues. Register for free to watch the full Tall Rounds® session, visit http://clevelandclinic.org/tallrounds
     

Dr Tom Wang from Cleveland Clinic reviews strength and roles of electrocardiography, MRI and Nuclear techniques in early and correct identification of AL and ATTR.
     

1. A balanced view and experience from the Principal investigator of the imaging CoreLab for the much anticipated ISCHEMIA trial. 2. Lessons on how this trail learned from the past and will influence our future practice. 3. What groups benefit from ischemia evaluation?
     

A step-by-step guide on how you can perform the fusion of CCTA with SPECT images.
     

Impact of various genetic mutations on sensitivity of TcPYP. Importance of SPECT in diagnosing ATTR amyloidosis by TcPYP. Planar images are not sufficient. Future perspectives.
     

1. Recognize different phenotypes of HCM. 2. Importance of provoking gradients. 3. Use echo and MRI data to guide therapy. 4. Risk stratification for an ICD. 5. Recognize entities that can mimic HCM
     

Role of Echo, cardiac MRI id diagnosing and risk stratification of patients with cardiac Sarcoid. Strength and shortfalls of each modality. Importance of complementary/layered imaging.
     

Incremental and complementary role of cardiac CT in diagnosing and advancing the management of endocarditis. CT role in unmasking invasive endocarditis. Correlation of CT finding with surgical pathology. CT and TEE spacial and temporal resolution.
     

Review a patient presentation with heart failure and review to the clinical, ECG, Lab and imaging finding pointing to a_TTR amyloid heart disease. Review the findings on echo and Tc-PYP scans.
     

Compare and contrast the value and images of PET and SPECT-CT in the setting of LBBB.
     

Identify the “fingerprints” of scarred myocardium on a cardiac PET in contrast to ischemic or hibernating myocardium.
     

Describing PET findings of “ischemia” and correlating the finding with unusual LV morphology.
     

A brief primer on PET and SPECT cardiac tracers, imaging systems, and stress protocols.
     

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