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OnDemand: Challenging Cases in Imaging Cardiac Amyloidosis: Read with the Experts

Multi-modality imaging in cardiac amyloidosis: which diagnostic path, New approaches for detecting cardiac amyloidosis with nuclear imaging, Clinical Cases, and Questions and Answers.

Faculty: Christoph Rischpler, MD, Oliver Lairez, MD, PhD, Alessia Gimelli, MD, Fabien Hyafil, MD, PhD, and Amelia Jimenez-Heffernan MD, PhD, FEBNM, FASNC.

Presentations:
Dr. Lairez's presentation

Dr. Gimelli's presentation

Dr. Hyafil's presentation

Dr. Amelia Jimenez-Heffernan's presentation

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Pfizer Inc. supported this program with an unrestricted educational grant.
NO CE/CME is included in this program.


OnDemand Fundamentals in Imaging Cardiac Amyloidosis: Read with the Experts Webinar

Introduction to Cardiac Amyloidosis, Bone scan procedurals in cardiac amyloidosis, Clinical cases, and Questions and Answers.

Faculty: Prof. Fabien Hyafil, Professor Marianna Fontana, MD, PhD, Riemer H. J. A.  Slart, MD, PhD, Dr. Maria Papathanasiou, and Prof. Dr. Christoph Rischpler.
 

Presentations:
Dr. Christoph Rischlper and Dr. Maria Papathanasiou Cases Presentation 

Dr. Marianna Fontana -Introduction to Cardiac Amyloidosis

Dr. Riemer H. J. A.  Slart - Bone scan procedurals in cardiac amyloidosis  

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Pfizer Inc. supported this program with an unrestricted educational grant.
No CME or CE credit is provided.



OnDemand Tc-99m PYP Evaluation of ATTR Cardiac Amyloidosis: Case-based Application of the New Interpretation and Reporting Recommendations Webinar


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$75 for Nonmembers
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OnDemand Cardiac Amyloidosis in Latin America: Read with the Experts

The objective of the webinar is to review the role of nuclear cardiology imaging in cardiac amyloidosis and to provide comprehensive recommendations based on literature evidence and expert opinion. The focus of this activity is the standardization of image acquisition, interpretation, and reporting based on clinical examples.  

Presentations:
Dr. Erick Alexanderson's presentation


Dr. Jorge Camilletti's presentation

Dr. Fernando Mut's presentation

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Cases in Tc99m-PYP Evaluation of ATTR Cardiac Amyloidosis: Interpretation and Reporting


Faculty: Jamieson Bourque, MD, Edward Miller, MD, Brett Sperry, MD and Saurabh Malhotra, MD


This webinar provides an overview of best practices and specific cases associated with the interpretation and reporting of Tc99m-PYP Evaluation of ATTR Cardiac Amyloidosis. 

No CME or CE credit is provided.


Archived Webinars

Complete archives are available at the ASNC Learning Center.
 

Advances in Cardiac Amyloidosis (ASNC-IAEA)
Moderators: Dr. Diana Paez and Dr. Prem Soman

Faculty: Sharmila Dorbala, MD, MPH, FASNC, Prem Soman, MD, PhD, MASNC, Diana Paez, MD, Professor Claudio Rapezzi, MD, Professor,dr. R.H.J.A. (Riemer) Slart
No CME or CE credit is provided.

Whom to Evaluate for Cardiac Amyloidosis: ASNC/Multisocietal Expert Consensus Recommendations
Faculty: Sharmila Dorbala, MD, MPH, FASNC, Moderator, Jamieson M. Bourque, MD, MHS, Brett W. Sperry, MD, Mathew S. Maurer, MD and Rodney H. Falk, MD, Presenters
Credit: CME/CE credit is not available for this activity
Fee: Complimentary
This activity is sponsored by Pfizer.

Clinical Application of Tc-99m PYP Imaging in Suspected Cardiac Amyloidosis
Faculty: Jamieson M. Bourque, MD, MHS and Sabahat Bokhari, MD, Presenters
Credit: CME/CE credit is not available for this activity
Fee: ASNC Members, free; Non-members, $25
This activity is sponsored by Pfizer.
Click here to access archive on ASNC Learning Center

How to process Tc-99m PYP images for ATTR-CM: A hands-on presentation
Sabahat Bokhari, MD,  Director of Nuclear Cardiology
Columbia University Irving Medical Center
New  York Presbyterian Hospital
New York, New York


Lecture presented at the 2019 Annual Scientific Session of ASNC. No CME/CE provided.  If you have any questions, send them to guidelines@asnc.org. This activity is supported by a grant from Pfizer.