CONAN Highlight: Forget
CONAN Highlight: Forget the G-Spot; if you want to please your woman, be prepared to do some deep diving.
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Wearing her like a hat always works as well..???
She should have shown us hers!
She should strip down and show us.
I aint fisting no girl
I just tape a stack of Benjamins on the head board and spots with every letter in the alphabet light up. Much less effort.
PCRI’s resident moderator
PCRI’s resident moderator Mark Moyad, MD, MPH, speaks with radiologist Daniel Margolis, MD, on different methods to help determine whether or not your radiologist is competent at taking and interpreting prostate MRIs.
0:06 There is a misconception that prostate imaging with MRI is a straightforward process, but it is actually complicated and requires a skilled radiologist. Dr. Moyad asks, how else—besides PI-RADS—can someone know that their radiologist is qualified to make interpreting prostate MRIs?
0:47 Dr. Margolis says that if a doctor refers a patient to a particular radiologist, it may be because he or she has a history of good reliable reads, or perhaps he or she follows a particular protocol that doctor needs for an MRI-targeted biopsy.
1:40 Dr. Margolis says that the American College of Radiology has a course where radiologists can learn how to read prostate MRIs and that they receive a certificate upon completion. It is called the “ACR Prostate Teaching Course.” Otherwise, Dr. Margolis says, it is fair to ask how a radiologist learned to read prostate MRIs.
2:53 Dr. Margolis argues that a radiologist should have read at least 50-100 prostate cases with known follow-ups on each case to be considered competent at reading prostate MRI. He suggests that teaching hospitals are especially good at follow-ups.
4:05 Dr. Moyad reiterates the difficulty of taking and interpreting prostate MRIs, and both Dr. Moyad and Dr. Margolis agree it is a good idea to ask how your radiologist was trained to read prostate MRI. Dr. Margolis says that an international team of experts is currently working on a formalized system for verifying that a radiologist is competent at reading prostate MRIs.
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The ACR course for Prostate MRI takes place over two days and reads 100 cases not 50.
Mark... sorry to see Michigan get "creamed" by Penn State this last weekend. Take two aspirin and call me in the morning....you'll be fine. Here's some shameless advertising for the above referenced Prostate MRI training for those v2 "PI-RADians" and 'wanna-be' Radiologists: Cost = $3000 - $4500 for two-day training depending on your political connections and membership status in the ACR.
Program and Learning Objectives : At the conclusion of this course, participants will be able to:
Apply the principles of PI-RADS v2 and the scoring system during the interpretation of mpMRI of the prostate.
Report imaging findings using the standardized format .
Optimize prostate imaging protocols using the mpMRI principles to achieve the best diagnostic performance.
Provide guidance for targeted biopsies of the prostate.
Develop multidisciplinary collaborations and establish a quality assurance program for prostate imaging.
This 100-case, two-day course is designed to provide practicing radiologists with intense training in the interpretation of multi-parametric prostate MRI (mpMRI) and the use of Prostate Imaging – Reporting and Data System version 2 (PI-RADS v2) for standardized communication of imaging findings. Participants will develop their interpretative skills at individual workstations by review of prostate mpMRI cases with pathology correlation. A series of didactic lectures and workshop on MR-guided prostate biopsy techniques will complement the training session with focus on imaging techniques optimization.
Earn up to 22.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™and 22 SAM Credits
Please, how can one engage an experienced radiologist to give a second opinion after viewing the images of my 3T prostate images on disc?
We are all animals n just told to visit a lab.
All test results are sent back to Drs..