June 15-17, 2019 | The Radisson Blu Portman Hotel, London
Sunday, June 16, 2019
|7:30-8:00 AM||Registration, Exhibits and Coffee/Tea Service|
|8:00-8:10||Welcome and Course Introduction – David W. Stoller, M.D.|
|8:10-8:25||To Live or Die by Your MRI Dictation (Special Lecture)|
|8:25-8:50||MRI of the Shoulder Part 1: Coronal, Sagittal and Axial Checklist|
|8:50-10:15||MRI of the Shoulder Part 2: Glenohumeral Labral Complex and SLAP Tears|
|10:30-12:30 PM||MRI of the Shoulder Part 3: The Throwing Athlete, Biceps Labral Complex & Rotator Interval Pathology|
|12:30-1:30||Luncheon (included in Tuition)|
|1:30-3:15||MRI of the Shoulder Part 4: Rotator Cuff including Tendinopathy, Tear, and Microinstability|
|3:15-3:30||Shoulder Questions and Answers|
|3:45-4:10||MRI of the Knee Part 1: Coronal, Sagittal and Axial Checklist|
|4:10-5:10||MRI of the Knee Part 2: Menisci, Cruciate & Collateral Ligaments|
|5:10-5:45||MRI of the Knee Part 3: Osseous and Cartilaginous Pathology, Extensor Mechanism & Arthritis|
|5:45-6:30||Knee Questions and Answers|
Monday, June 17, 2019
|7:30-8:00 AM||Registration, Exhibits and Coffee/Tea Service|
|8:00-8:20||MRI of the Ankle Part 1: Sagittal, Axial and Coronal Checklist|
|8:20-9:15||MRI of the Ankle Part 2: Anatomy and Tendon & Ligament Pathology|
|9:15-10:05||MRI of the Ankle Part 3: Osteochondral Lesions and Overuse Injuries|
|10:05-10:15||Ankle Questions and Answers|
|10:30-10:50||MRI of the Hip Part 1: Coronal, Axial and Sagittal Checklist|
|10:50-12:15 PM||MRI of the Hip Part 2: FAI Update Including the FAACD and Triple Impingement Lesion|
|12:15-12:30||Hip Questions and Answers|
|12:30-1:30||Luncheon (Included in Tuition)|
|1:30-1:45||MRI of the Wrist Part 1: Coronal, Axial and Sagittal Checklist|
|1:45-3:10||MRI of the Wrist Part 2: Normal Anatomy including Intrinsic and Extrinsic Ligaments, Distal Radioulnar Joint (DRUJ), Fractures, AVN & Arthritis|
|3:10-3:15||Wrist Questions & Answers|
|3:30-3:45||MRI of the Elbow Part 1: Coronal, Sagittal and Axial Checklist|
|3:45-4:45||MRI of the Elbow Part 2: Tendinopathy & Instability including Epicondylitis &Collateral Ligament Injury|
|4:45-5:25||How to Dodge a Legal Bullet and Live to Talk About it (Special Lecture)|
|5:25-6:30||Questions and Answers|
Radisson Blu Portman Hotel in Portman Square, London
STAY WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE OF OXFORD STREET AT OUR HOTEL IN CENTRAL LONDON
Close to world-famous theatres, designer boutiques and high-street shops the Radisson Blu Portman Hotel is in the heart of London’s West End. Within walking distance, you can stroll through Hyde Park, shop on Oxford Street or explore the world at the British Museum.
While many sights are within walking distance, the tube is close by to take you across London. Not far from the hotel you’ll find Marble Arch Station with the Central Line and Bond Street Station with the Jubilee Line. Likewise, Marylebone Station with over-ground rail services is just a 10-minute walk away.
You can find taxis and buses near the hotel. If you feel like exploring the city by bike, the nearest Santander Cycles docking station is just behind the hotel.
For United Airlines and United Express, and United Codeshare airlines (Lufthansa Airlines, All Nippon Airways), visit www.united.com or call 1-800-426-1122 and use Code: ZFK5130550. US and Canada flights are 2-5% off discounted economy, business and first class, and 10% off full fare economy, business, and first class. International flights are discounted by 5-10%.
For Delta Airlines, Reservations and ticketing are available via www.delta.com. When booking online, select Book A Trip, click on Advanced Search and enter the meeting code NMSH8 on the Search Flights page. Reservations may also be made by calling Delta Meeting Reservations at 800-328-1111 Mon-Fri 7am-7pm CDT. *Please note that there is a direct ticketing fee for booking through the reservation number above.
Public transportation to and from airports
The hotel is 30 minutes from Heathrow Airport. Catch the Heathrow Express to Paddington Station and switch for the underground to Bond Street. From there it’s a short walk to the hotel.
From Gatwick Airport, you can jump on the Gatwick Express for a 35-minute ride to Victoria Station. Take buses 2 or 13 for 20 minutes and get off at George Street. We recommend you buy your Gatwick Express ticket online for further discounts.
London City Airport
London City Airport is one of the best-connected airports in London. Take the DLR (Docklands Light Railway) to Bank Station for the Central Line to Marble Arch, or to Canning Town for the Jubilee Line to Bond Street Station. From there it’s a quick walk to the hotel.
Traveling by car
The hotel’s location in London’s West End, near Oxford Street, 300 metres east of Edgware Road, makes it easily accessible by car. The A40 motorway lies 1 kilometre north of the hotel, with easy access from the M40, M1 and M25. An NCP car park is located directly beneath the hotel with access on Gloucester Place (charges apply).
Marble Arch Underground (Central line) – 5-minute walk, 0.4 kilometres
Bond Street Underground (Central and Jubilee lines) – 10-minute walk, 1 kilometres
- City Airport – 19 km
- Heathrow Airport (Terminal 1) – 29 km
- Luton Airport – 55 km
- Gatwick Airport – 58 km
- Stanstead Airport – 62 km
Radisson Blu Portman Hotel, 22 Portman Square, London, near Oxford Street and Park Lane
+44 207 2086000
Faculty and Director
David W. Stoller, MD, FACR
National Director of Orthopaedic and Musculoskeletal Imaging, RadNet
Clinical Professor of Radiology, UCSF
Affiliate Member, American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons
Add-On by Popular Demand: Intensive Mini-Fellowship Workshop where Dr. Stoller will review entire DICOM MRI cases going through all images and sequences for each study, reviewing shoulder, knee, ankle, hip, wrist and elbow on Saturday before the regular didactic checklist course. These cases will be projected on to a large screen, from Dr. Stoller’s workstation. With limited registration, there will be an opportunity for Dr. Stoller to critique individual registrants if they want to improve their skills interpreting a case during the session. Registrants will find this experience complementary to the regular session of Sunday and Monday, especially for those who have an interest in immersing themselves in MSK sub-specialization.
Dr. Stoller will specifically demonstrate his hints and secrets for identifying SLAP tears with high sensitivity and specificity, prospective diagnosis of meniscal tear types using actual cases and examples of anterior band glenohumeral joint variations. New advances in evaluating chondral labral junction injuries of the acetabulum of the hip will be discussed, which is an area of much confusion in the literature.
8.0 AMA PRA Category 1 credits
Tuition $995 USD, includes course materials and luncheon.
Saturday, June 15, 2019
|7:30-8:00 AM||Registration, Check-in, and Coffee/Tea Service|
|8:00-9:00||Shoulder MR Checklist: Case presentations of the rotator cuff, labrum and capsule|
|9:00-10:00||SLAP lesions: Biceps labral complex and rotator cuff interval|
|10:15-11:15||Knee Checklist and Case presentations of the Menisci and Cruciate Ligaments (Including Prospective Diagnosis of Meniscal Tears – Surface versus cross sectional tear patterns)|
|11:15-12:15||Collateral Ligaments, Posterolateral Corner, Osseous, Cartilaginous Injuries And Extensor Mechanism Pathology|
|12:15-1:15||Luncheon (Included in Tuition)|
|1:15-2:30 PM||Ankle and Foot Checklist: Case presentations of injuries of the tendons, ligaments including soft
tissue impingement. Discussions also include fractures and soft tissue injury with anatomy and pathology of the turf toe.
|2:30-3:15||Hip Checklist: Case emphasis on AVN, insufficiency fractures, femoroacetabular impingement (FAI), and DDH. Muscle and soft tissue injuries will include case discussions, rectus femoris, abductor, adductor and hamstring injuries.|
|3:30-4:15||Checklist Approach for the Wrist: Illustrative cases of the intrinsic ligaments, instability, distal radial ulnar joint and fractures of the distal radius and carpus.|
|4:15-5:00||Checklist Strategies for the Elbow: Emphasis on the medial collateral and lateral collateral ligament complexes, extensor and flexor tendinosis, and epicondylitis. Illustrative cases will also be dedicated to neuropathy and osseous trauma.|
|5:00-5:30||Review of difficult cases from the audience if provided on USB|
Upon completion of program, participants should be able to:
- Employ a shoulder checklist method including interpretation techniques for the rotator cuff and interval, biceps labral complex, inferior glenohumeral ligament complex, and capsular structures including the anterior band.
- Identify glenoid wear patterns in multidirectional instability, microinstability, anterior and posterior instability.
- Develop a knee checklist with foolproof ACL diagnosis and techniques for prospective diagnosis of all types of meniscal tears, differentiating circumferential surface from cross sectional tear patterns.
- Introduce strategies in the evaluation of the cruciate ligaments, posterolateral instability, and articular cartilage.
- Utilize a femoroacetabular impingement checklist to distinguish between FAI and DDH pathology.
- Discuss approaches for accurate acetabular-labral tear identification. Introduce orthopedic articular cartilage classification for the acetabular roof.
- Develop an ankle checklist including articulations, ligaments, tendons and articular cartilage.
- Describe all types of soft tissue ankle impingement and posterior ligamentous and subtalar joint anatomy.
- Develop a wrist checklist with emphasis on the intrinsic and extrinsic ligaments and the triangular fibrocartilage.
- Explain the relevance of perilunate instability, SLAC and triscaphe arthritis.
- Develop an elbow checklist with the ability to differentiate epicondylitis from instability patterns
Board certified general radiologists and trainees interested in musculoskeletal imaging
- Orthopedic Surgeons
- Radiology fellows in training
- Radiologist Assistants and MRI Technologists
- Practicing physicians in sports medicine and related clinical subspecialties who desire to familiarize themselves with the current role of imaging in patient evaluation
- Allied health care professionals who desire to have an update on the state of current imaging as an aid to patient management for diseases of the musculoskeletal system