Gastrointestinal Instructions

All cases require histologic or culture proof. No cases will be accepted without gross pathology unless previously cleared by Dr. Manning (see below). The best correlation with pathologic material is provided by working with your pathologist and sectioning specimens in similar planes to imaging. Please upload the complete imaging studies, not just the selected images. We are especially interested in the following cases:

  • Diseases of the esophagus, stomach, small bowel, colon, liver, spleen, pancreas, gallbladder, bile ducts, mesentery and peritoneum with multimodality imaging correlation (especially including MRI)
  • Systemic diseases
  • Infectious and inflammatory processes
  • Autoimmune diseases
  • Radiologic-pathologic correlation of staging of neoplasms
  • Cases that include advanced imaging techniques

Please do not submit cases of ordinary appendicitis; however, we are interested in unusual cases of appendicitis associated with tumors, parasites or other uncommon entities.

Retroperitoneal cases are considered genitourinary.

Faculty contact: Dr. Maria Manning (mmanning@acr.org)

Neuroradiology Categorical Course

August 6-9, 2018

This course will identify imaging characteristics of lesions involving the brain, spine, head and neck that allow for narrowing of the differential diagnosis, along with illustrating how the underlying pathology of the lesion contributes to its imaging characteristics.

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