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Episode 1.5 Sub Download



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In this episode, John Do, MD speaks with PAVM expert Michael Taddonio, MD, interventional radiologist and director of the HHT program at the University of California San Diego, to discuss the results of a recently published study in AJR that supports the use of Micro Vascular Plugs as the preferred agent for pulmonary arteriovenous malformations embolotherapy over embolic coils and Amplatzer Plugs.


Ground-level fall is a common injury in older patients and a frequent cause of ED visits. These low-impact falls may lead to intracranial hemorrhage, which is a particular concern in patients on antithrombotic therapy. In this episode, Sara Tedla, MD, discusses a recently published study in AJR, which evaluates traumatic intracranial hemorrhage on CT after minor head trauma in adult patients on antithrombotic therapy.


Several prognostic scores have been applied for predicting survival after transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt (TIPS) placement to guide patient selection. In this episode, John Do, MD speaks with TIPS expert Jonas Redmond, MD, interventional radiologist and associate professor at the University of California San Diego, to discuss the results of a recently published study in AJR that supports the utility of FIPS score in differentiating patients who are optimal candidates.


Early diagnosis and treatment of pulmonary hypertension are crucial to prevent chronic progression and a poor prognosis. The nonspecific presenting symptoms and need for right heart catheterization may contribute to a delay in diagnosis. In this episode, Sara Tedla, MD discusses a recently published study in AJR, which evaluates the utility of cardiac chamber volumetric measurements based on non-gated CT pulmonary angiography and the updated 2018 pulmonary hypertension criteria.


In this episode, Shambo Guha Roy, MD discusses an article in which the authors tried to standardize epicardial adipose attenuation and fat attenuation index, on the newest generation photon counting CT.


In this episode, Rosalind Gerson, PGY3 discusses a new study showing similar rates of clinically significant prostate cancer found on systematic biopsy performed after negative biparametric vs multiparametric MRI. In patients from either MRI cohort, specified PSA density thresholds had similarly high negative predictive values for clinically significant prostate cancer.


In this episode, Gregory Lee, MD focuses on a new AJR article that focuses on how dual-energy CT derived electron density values can add accuracy in the diagnosis of lymph node metastasis in the setting of non-small cell lung cancer.


Should CT contrast media be warmed? Currently, the ACR has not provided conclusive recommendations, and data to guide decision-making have been sparse. In this episode, John Do, MD discusses a recently published study showing that prewarming iohexol 350 may not be necessary to reduce the risk of extravasation and reaction rates.


In this episode, Yoon-Jin Kim, MD discusses a study evaluating the diagnostic yield of ultrasound guided percutaneous biopsy of small pleural lesions. Important findings include that the technique is safe and fairly high yield for lesions 20 mm or less and that features such as nodular.


Incidentally detected renal masses are common, and can require follow-up. Recommendations from the 2017 ACR white paper on incidental renal masses suggest that small homogeneous masses measuring less than 20 Hounsfield units are probably benign, and do not require further characterization. However, new evidence from a multi-institutional study in AJR suggests that this cutoff should be raised to at least 30 Hounsfield units. In this episode, Matthew Petterson, MD discusses the new evidence.


In this episode, Yoon-Jin Kim, MD, discusses a study evaluating factors associated with background parenchymal enhancement (BPE) on contrast-enhanced mammography. The findings are important as BPE impacts study interpretation and high BPE may be an independent breast cancer risk factor. The study findings are valuable for physicians currently interpreting this emerging breast imaging modality and those considering integrating it into their own clinical practice.


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A vasovagal episode or vasovagal syncope is the most common form of reflex syncope. Reflex syncope describes any form of syncopal episode caused by a failure in the autoregulation of blood pressure, and ultimately, a drop in cerebral perfusion pressure resulting in a transient loss of consciousness. The mechanisms responsible for this are complex and can both depression of cardiac output as well as decreased vascular tone. Other types of reflex syncope include carotid sinus syncope and situational syncope, the latter of which may occur, for instance, in conjunction with a cough or micturition. Vasovagal syncope may be triggered by pain or emotional upset, although frequently a specific trigger cannot be identified. This activity describes the risk factors, evaluation, and management of vasovagal episodes and highlights the role of the interprofessional team in enhancing care delivery for affected patients.


Objectives:Describe the etiology of vasovagal episodes.Describe the signs and symptoms of a vasovagal episode.Explain what evaluation should be done for patients that experience vasovagal episodes.Explain the importance of improving care coordination, with particular emphasis on communication between interprofessional medical teams, to enhance prompt and thorough delivery of care to patients with vasovagal episodes. Access free multiple choice questions on this topic.


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