Sunday, 15 February 2015

Overview of CT scans, MRI, PET CT/MRI in orbital imaging, Presentation at NUH Opthalmic Oncology Symposium, 2pm to 430pm on Friday, March 21st, 2015; Tower Block, NUHS, T07-03/04

Overview of CT scans, MRI, PET CT/MRI in orbital imaging, Presentation at NUH Ophthalmic Oncology Symposium
by Dr Goh Poh Sun







































Interactive questions for discussion:

1) In what settings would CT or MRI be superior (to the other)?
         a) Trauma including suspected foreign bodies
         b) Suspected infection
         c) Surgical follow up
         d) Suspected sinonasal tumour, suspected orbital/skull base tumour/orbital apex tumour
         e) Congenital and developmental conditions


2) Please identify/what are the following structures on CT? Please identify/what are the following pathology/abnormal tissue on CT?








3) Please identify/what are the following structures on MRI? Please identify/what are the following pathology/abnormal tissue on MRI?






(for CT/MRI PET, please refer to Dr Arvind Sinha's presentation)


Reference websites below:

http://learningheadandneckradiology.blogspot.sg/2014/10/imap-review-of-orbital-imaging.html

http://padlet.com/dnrgohps/iMap


http://www.medicine.uiowa.edu/eye/Reference-Information/

Building an online course (Example in orbital imaging)



                                                http://learningneuroradiology.blogspot.sg/












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