Radiology Conference Details

UCSF 4th Annual Radiology Highlights CME

Date: October 21-25, 2013
Location: San Francisco, California 94103, United States
Email: info@ocme.ucsf.edu
URL: http://www.ucsfcme.com/2014/RAD14006/info.html
Description: This course, featuring the breadth and depth of UCSF Radiology expertise in all the major subspecialties, is designed for practicing radiologists and covers fundamentals and pitfalls of state-of-the-art imaging and hot topics in short, focused sessions. This five-day course is designed to present a review of all systems and modalities for the general radiologist. Focused 20-minute lectures are targeted to each subspecialty and selected to provide the latest updates on imaging diagnosis.

32.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ - maximum

Venue: Marriott Union Square SF

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4 A prospective randomized controlled study of erythromycin on gastric and small intestinal distention: Implications for MR enterography European Journal of Radiology, September 25, 2014
5 A prospective randomized controlled study of erythromycin on gastric and small intestinal distention: implications for MR enterography European Journal of Radiology, August 26, 2014

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