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Duke University Medical Center will offer a Diagnostic Imaging Postgraduate Course on 26-30 July 1982, in Atlantic Beach. North Carolina, This 5-day meeting will be presented by the faculty of the Department of Radiology and is designed for radiologists, but is open to other physicians whether in training or practice. The scientific sessions will broadly cover adult and pediatric diagnostic radiology, including ultrasound. CT and nuclear medicine. This course qualifies for 25 hours of CME Category I credit. For further information, please contact: Dr Donald R. Kirks (Program Director) Department of Radiology Box 3834, Duke University Medical Center Durham, NC 27710. U.S.A.
The Second Annual Roentgen Revisited will be presented 6-21 August, 1982, in Munich by the San Diego Radiology Research and Education Foundation. The educational objective of this course is to provide current concepts and recent advances in diagnostic radiology as presented by leaders in the field from the U.S. and Germany. Included in the course itinerary will be site visits to the U.S. military installation in Wiesbaden, the famed Krebsforschungszentrum in Heidelberg, the Siemens Museum in Munich, the Poliklinik in Klinikum Grosskadren der Ludwig Maximilians-Universitat Munchen and the lnstitute of the History of Medicine in Vienna. For those who can participate for only I week, all scientific lectures will be presented in Munich. The course will be accredited for CME Category I credit. For further information, please contact: Mary J. Ryals Suite 101 10855 Sorrento Valley Road San Diego, CA 92121, U.S.A. (Telephone: 7141452-4722)
The Department of Radiology at the University of Connecticut Health Center will hold its Fourth International Radiolog) Symposium in Queenstown, New Zealand, l-10, October 1982. It will be co-sponsored by the Royal Australasian College of Radiologists and will encompass the latest radiological modalities. There will be sessions on neuroradiology, pediatric radiology, interventional radiology, radiology of the chest, bone and the genitourinary and gastrointestinal tracts. Ultrasound, CT digital subtraction angiography - - _ _ and nuclear magnetic resonance will be discussed. The course will be accredited for 35 hours of CME Category I credit. For further information, please contact: Dr D. Beatty Crawford (Program Department of Radiology University of Connecticut Health Farmington, CT 06032, U.S.A. (Telephone: 203/674-3322)
The Department of Diagnostic Radiology, University of California, Davis, offers 1 week training programs in Clinical Diagnostic Computerized Tomography (Excluding Znfracranial CT) for physicians with limited or no experience in CT. The program is individualized to the applicant, and the physician may subscribe to 1 or more weeks. Only 1 physician per week is accepted. The CT scanner is a fourth generation, 3-set scan time machine with instantaneous multiplanar reconstruction capability. It is applied to examining university hospital in-patients and out-patients with a wide variety of clinical preseni