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2013 RSNA (Filtered Schedule)
Sunday, December 01, 2013 10:45-12:15 PM • SSA01 • Arie Crown Theater • Breast Imaging (Diagnostic Ultrasound) 12:30-01:00 PM • LL-BRS-SUA • Room: Lakeside Learning Center • Breast - Sunday Posters and Exhibits (12:30pm -1:00pm) 01:00-01:30 PM • LL-BRS-SUB • Room: Lakeside Learning Center • Breast - Sunday Posters and Exhibits (1:00pm - 1:30pm) 02:00-03:30 PM • RC115 • Room: S406A • Current Issues in Breast Cancer Screening 02:00-03:30 PM • RC150 • Room: E260 • MR Imaging-guided Breast Biopsy (Hands-on Workshop)
Monday, December 02, 2013 08:30-10:00 AM • RC221 • Room: S404AB •Medical Physics 2.0: Mammography 08:30-10:00 AM • RC252 • Room: E264 • US-guided Interventional Breast Procedures (Hands-on Workshop) 08:30-12:00 PM • VSBR21 • Arie Crown Theater • Breast Series: Breast MR Imaging 12:15-12:45 PM • LL-BRS-MOA • Room: Lakeside Learning Center • Breast - Monday Posters and Exhibits (12:15pm - 12:45pm) 12:45-01:15 PM • LL-BRS-MOB • Room: Lakeside Learning Center • Breast - Monday Posters and Exhibits (12:45pm -1:15pm) 01:30-03:00 PM •MSCM23 • Room: S100AB • Case-based Review of Magnetic Resonance: Woman's Imaging (An Interactive Session) 03:00-04:00 PM • SSE01 • Arie Crown Theater • Breast Imaging (MRI Interpretation) 03:00-04:00 PM • SSE02 • Room: E450A • Breast Imaging (Digital Breast Tomosynthesis Lesions) 04:30-06:00 PM • SPSI24 • Room: E451A • Special Interest Session: Breast Density: Risk Assessment, Communication, and Approaches to Supplemental Imagi...
Tuesday, December 03, 2013 08:30-10:00 AM •MSRO34 • Room: S103CD • BOOST: Breast-Anatomy and Contouring (An Interactive Session) 08:30-12:00 PM • VSBR31 • Arie Crown Theater • Breast Series: Emerging Technologies in Breast Imaging 10:30-12:00 PM •MSRO35 • Room: S103CD • BOOST: Breast-Integrated Science and Practice (ISP) Session 10:30-12:00 PM • SSG01 • Room: E451A • ISP: Breast Imaging (Nuclear/Molecular Imaging) 12:15-12:45 PM • LL-BRS-TUA • Room: Lakeside Learning Center • Breast - Tuesday Posters and Exhibits (12:15pm - 12:45pm) 12:45-01:15 PM • LL-BRS-TUB • Room: Lakeside Learning Center • Breast - Tuesday Posters and Exhibits (12:45pm - 1:15pm) 03:00-04:15 PM •MSRO36 • Room: S103CD • BOOST: Breast-Case-based Review (An Interactive Session) 03:00-04:00 PM • SSJ01 • Arie Crown Theater • Breast Imaging (Screening and Density) 03:00-04:00 PM • SSJ02 • Room: E450A • ISP: Breast Imaging (Computed Tomography) 04:30-06:00 PM • RC415 • Room: S406B • Breast Interventional Procedures
Wednesday, December 04, 2013 08:30-10:00 AM • RC511 • Room: S505AB • High-Resolution Radionuclide Breast Imaging (An Interactive Session) 08:30-10:00 AM • RC515 • Room: E450A • BI-RADS® Update and Challenge (An Interactive Session) 10:30-12:00 PM • SSK01 • Arie Crown Theater • Breast Imaging (Digital Breast Tomosynthesis Screening Outcomes) 10:30-12:00 PM • SSK02 • Room: E450A • Breast Imaging: (Interventional Techniques and Radiology/Pathology Correlation) 12:15-12:45 PM • LL-BRS-WEA • Room: Lakeside Learning Center • Breast - Wednesday Posters and Exhibits (12:15pm - 12:45pm) 12:45-01:15 PM • LL-BRS-WEB • Room: Lakeside Learning Center • Breast - Wednesday Posters and Exhibits (12:45PM - 1:15PM) 03:00-04:00 PM • SSM01 • Arie Crown Theater • Breast Imaging (MRI Lesion Characterization) 03:00-04:00 PM • SSM02 • Room: E451A • Breast Imaging (Multimodality Breast Imaging) 03:00-04:00 PM • SSM21 • Room: S406B • Physics (X-ray Imaging Techniques) 03:00-04:00 PM • SSM22 • Room: S104A • Radiation Oncology and Radiobiology (Breast) 03:30-05:00 PM •MSES44 • Room: S100AB • Essentials of Breast Imaging
Thursday, December 05, 2013 08:30-10:00 AM • RC615 • Room: N227 • Breast US 08:30-10:00 AM • RC617 • Room: S504CD • Emerging Breast Imaging Strategies 10:30-12:00 PM • ICII51 • Room: S501ABC • Breast Imaging: Interoperability Challenges and Solutions 10:30-12:00 PM • SSQ01 • Arie Crown Theater • Breast Imaging (Ultrasound Screening) 10:30-12:00 PM • SSQ02 • Room: E450A • Breast Imaging (CAD/Quantitative Imaging) 12:15-12:45 PM • LL-BRS-THA • Room: Lakeside Learning Center • Breast - Thursday Posters and Exhibits (12:15pm - 12:45pm) 12:45-01:15 PM • LL-BRS-THB • Room: Lakeside Learning Center • Breast - Thursday Posters and Exhibits (12:45pm - 1:15pm) 04:30-06:00 PM • RC715 • Room: E451B • Digital Breast Tomosynthesis 04:30-06:00 PM • RC750 • Room: E260 • MR Imaging-guided Breast Biopsy (Hands-on Workshop)
Friday, December 06, 2013 08:30-10:00 AM • RC815 • Room: E450A • Clinical Breast MR Imaging (An Interactive Session) 08:30-10:00 AM • RC852 • Room: E264 • US-guided Interventional Breast Procedures (Hands-on Workshop) 10:30-12:00 PM • SST01 • Room: E450B • Breast Imaging (Issues in Screening)
Unusual Breast Masses: Histopathological and Multimodalitary Radiological Approach Back to Top
LL-BRE1141 Emine Dagistan Betul Kizildag Safiye Gurel , MD Yuksel Barut Esra Pasaoglu
PURPOSE/AIM The aim of this education exhibit is; 1. To increase awareness of radiologists for unusual and challenging breast lesions 2. To illustrate sonographic, mammographic, contrast-enhanced dynamic MRI findings in combination with histopathological features CONTENT ORGANIZATION • Incidence of unusual breast lesions • Histopathological classification of lesions according to World Health Organization (WHO) • Multimodalitary imaging and histopathological findings of various demonstrative cases SUMMARY Major teaching points of this exhibit are 1. A wide range of neoplastic and nonneoplastic breast lesion spectrum has been on stage due to the remarkable increase in both diagnostic and screening breast examinations. 2. Imaging findings of unusual breast lesions almost always overlap with frequent benign and malignant ones. Therefore radiologic diagnosis stays behind pathological diagnosis. 3. Increasing awareness for unusual breast masses such as desmoid, focal fibrosis, idiopathic granulomatous mastitis, tubular adenoma in the benign category, and osteoclastic giant cell carcinoma, phylloides, microinvasive papillary carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, metaplastic carcinoma in the malignant category would help radiologists to improve their differential diagnosis.
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Quantitative Multi-modality Image-based Phenotyping to Facilitate Imaging Genomics in Breast Cancer Discovery Back to Top
LL-BRE1142 Maryellen L Giger , PhD * Hui Li , PhD Karen Drukker , PhD * Li Lan Hiroyuki Abe , MD Gillian M Newstead , MD * Charlene A Sennett , MD
PURPOSE/AIM To inform attendees on computerized quantitative methods for both extracting data from multi-modality breast images (computer vision) and mining the data to yield image-based phenotypes that relate to breast cancer risk, diagnosis, prognosis, and response to therapy. CONTENT ORGANIZATION This educational exhibit will first describe methods for the HIPAA-compliant retrospective collection of (300) breast cancer cases and for the subsequent computerized quantitative analyses of tumors and parenchymal surround to yield image-based phenotypes of tumor size, morphology (e.g., margin sharpness), texture (e.g., heterogeneity), and kinetics (e.g., curve shape). Next an overview of data mining techniques will be presented, which can take as input either just the imaging phenotypes or multiple phenotypes from histopathology, molecular classification, and imaging. In data mining, a computer algorithm categorizes cases in an unsupervised manner after which researchers can color code the output based on cancer subtype, molecular classification (e.g., ER receptor) and/or genetic markers (e.g., BRCA1) in order to systematically and statistically discover relationships. SUMMARY Exhibit will teach high-throughput quantitative image analyses of clinical cases showing image-based biomarkers/phenotypes for assessing gene expression and enhancing precision medicine.
Cone-beam Breast Computed Tomography: A Promising Modality for Assessing Tumor Response Following Neoadjuvant Treatment of Breast Cancer
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Adam Fang , MD Shirley Chan , MD Avice M O'Connell , MD
PURPOSE/AIM Accurate imaging is important for patients diagnosed with locally advanced breast cancer for monitoring tumor size and guiding treatment decisions. Currently utilized standard