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Toronto Head and Neck Imaging Symposium
Saturday, June 23, 2018 - Saturday, June 23, 2018

CME Provider:
University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine ›
Continuing Professional Development
650-500 University Avenue
Toronto, M5G 1V7
Phone: (416) 978-2719
Fax: (416) 971-2200
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Conference Center:
Peter Gilgan Centre for Research and Learning ›
The Hospital for Sick Children
686 Bay Street
Toronto, Ontario, M5G 0A4
Phone: 416-813-1500
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The treatment of head and neck disease involves a multidisciplinary team approach. Medical imaging plays an important role in initial diagnosis and staging of disease as well as post therapy surveillance. There is a substantial need to provide imaging and associated clinical practitioners involved in the care of head and neck patients with core basic information regarding the radiographic anatomy of the extracranial head and neck as well as the clinical and imaging findings of the various diseases.

This program includes a structured review of some of the more common clinical entities that are encountered in both community and tertiary radiology practices as it pertains to head and neck disease.
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Aditya Bharatha MD FRCPC
John de Almeida MD FRCSC
Manohar Shroff MD DABR FRCPC
Eugene Yu MD FRCPC
CME Credit:
Physicians:  Credit Available

Self Assessment Module (SAM):  No

Specialty Audience:

RADLIST Course #17412

Map of Peter Gilgan Centre for Research and Learning, The Hospital for Sick Children, 686 Bay Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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