Radiology CME:2013

2013 | 2016

A state level CME with interactive tutorials for ENT and Radiology Post graduates was conducted on Neck Imaging by department of Otorhinolaryngology and Radiology on 20th April 2013. 75 post graduate delegates and 43 faculty members from various medical colleges across state had participated in the CME. Dr. Jitender Saini MD( Rad), DM( NIIR) , Assistant Professor from NIMHANS, Bangalore delivered a lecture on Basics of sectional imaging and Normal Sectional Anatomy from Skull base to Mediastinum. This lecture was followed by felicitation to Dr. Tippanna K senior ENT surgeon from Davangere. Dr. Akhil M Kulkarni MD( Rad ), PDCC from SSIMS & RC Davangere and Dr. Sharath Kumar GG MD( Rad), DM( NIIR) from Apollo speciality Clinic Bangalore hosted the anatomy interactive session for post graduates. Dr. Akhil M. Kulkarni delivered a lecture on High resolution Ultrasonography of Thyroid. Indications for thyroid ultrasonography, differences between benign and malignant lesions, characterization of malignancy by various parameters were highlighted Dr. Deepak K.S. MD( Rad), DNB( Rad ),PDCC from MHD, Shimoga addressed about approaches for the Neck lesion.

Dr. Sharath Kumar GG delivered a lecture on Endovascular intervention in Head and Neck pathologies. Indications for endovascular lesions, material used, risks involved were highlighted in the lecture.

Dr. Kishan Ashok Bhagwat, MD( Rad), DNB ( Rad) Assistant Professor, SSIMS & RC. Delivered a lecture on “Decision Making USG/CT/MRI with clinical examples”

Dr. Gunashree invocated blessings of god, Principal Dr. P Nagaraj, Dr. K Tippanna, , Guest Faculty Members Dr. Kalappanavar , Dr. Ramesh Desai and Dr. A. M Shivakumar inaugurated CME. Dr. Yogeesha BS delivered vote of thanks.

These lecture sessions were followed by Interactive tutorials which were moderated by Guest faculty. Post graduates were divided into 10 groups having ENT, Anatomy, Radiology Postgraduates, and 10 different case images were given to each group Discussions were moderated by Guest faculty In the interactive sessions groups were asked to prepare a report and read in front of the audience. Guest faculty members encouraged them to read and corrected the mistakes and highlighted some of the important landmarks and approach for reading images

:: SSIMS & RC, Davangere ::