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Everything you need to know about Computed Tomography (CT) & CT Scanning

CTisus Educational Tools

Topics and Features: Includes learning modules on Anatomy, MDCT, and Coronary Activity.

Quiz of the month: Test your skills on our 10 case monthly quiz as well as review almost 10 years of prior quizzes. Text and Audio provided with each quiz.

Imaging Pearls: Key quotes from journal articles as well as key facts on CT and imaging. Each month bings 50-100 new "pearls" which can be viewed monthly or in a topic approach.

Journal Club: The best articles each month are reviewed with an average of 20 articles a month. Prior selections for almost 10 years are available as well.

Medical Illustrations: Many of the key drawings and diagrams from our lectures and presentations can be found in this section well worth a look.

Upcoming CME: A listing of the best CME courses available which just happens to be our Hopkins CT courses.

Siemens Somatom Sessions: A quarterly publication from Siemens that is of interest to anyone following innovation in CT.

RSNA and ARRS Exhibits: Review in powerpoint format some of our best CT exhibits as presented at the RSNA and ARRS Annual meetings based on major topics.

Body CT: Back to Basics and Beyond: A CME program consisting of 30 state of the art lectures covering many of the most important topics in Body CT today. The program is certified by the Office of CME at Johns Hopkins Hospital for physician and radiologic technologist credits. An educational grant was provided by GE Healthcare in support of this activity.

Cross Sectional Anatomy of the Body: MDCT Atlas: An atlas of axial images from the thoracic inlet to the pelvic outlet with labels for each anatomic structure. Also included is basic information about Hounsfield Units, as well as the standard visualization planes (axial, coronal and sagittal) used in MDCT.

Deep Learning: A Work In Progress: Deep learning is used in the research community and in industry to help solve many big data problems such as computer vision, speech recognition, and natural language processing.

Normal Anatomy and Complications of Bariatric Surgery: Bariatric surgery consists of a range of surgical and endoscopic procedures. Accurate interpretation of post-operative abdominal CT scans requires an understanding of the normal post-operative anatomy as well as potential complications of each type of surgical procedure.

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