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What’s New in 2018: New Cases, New Lectures and New Videos of Sports Injuries

Topics include Shoulder, Knee, Hip, the Wrist and Foot/Ankle MR with Videos of Sports Injuries.


Two Printed Workbooks Included Free with the Course:

Free:  “Musculoskeletal MR Workbook” - Basic MSK MR Anatomy and Pathology

Free:  “Cases in Musculoskeletal MR” - A New Workbook Of Cases With Discussions 


A Dozen Reasons to Attend Conference:

  • What’s New In Orthopedic Surgery - With Emphasis on Arthroscopic Surgeries

  • Videos Of Sports Injuries: The Mechanism Of Injury

  • New Sequences and When To Use Them

  • How To Find The Spring Ligament And What Does A Tear Mean

  • TFC Tears: Diagnosis And Treatment - When  Do You Need Arthrography

  • Hip Injuries: The Labrum and What’s New

  • Finding the Causes For A Locked Knee

  • Special Sessions the Foot, Including Ligaments and Tendon Tears

  • Learning the Finger: Anatomy and Common Injuries

  • MCL Tears that Requiring Knee Surgery

  • Meniscal Pitfalls – How I Call a Tear

  • Biceps Tendon Tears Recently Described      

What are the attendees saying about the course:


“This is the first conference that I never missed a single lecture. I loved it and I highly recommend it.” 

Dr. Graham Case, MD.  Radiologist and MSK reader, Oct 2017.


“I have been to many MR courses and received extensive MSK training during residency. Dr. Renner’s course is the best, his slides are informative and always have MRI correlation. He is up to date and supported by numerous articles. The course size allow it to be tailored the audiences specific need. I am very happy I took this course and would recommend it to anyone interested in MSK.”

Dr. Omid Jafari, Radiologist and active MSK reader, Los Angeles, California


“Thanks again for a great course, was a lot of fun :-) I learned a lot and realized how much I have forgotten from fellowship. You made it simple and pointed out the relevant information that needed to be conveyed to the clinician!”  

Dr. Fatima Kazen, active MSK reader / MR fellowship trained at UCSD, Oct 2017.


       “I can't say enough wonderful things about Dr. Renner's MSK MRI course. Having been to many other Musculoskeletal CME Courses over the past couple of years, Dr. Renner has the best by far in my opinion. This course is not the typical boring stadium-type lectures series. What makes this course the best is the quaint interactive atmosphere in which the lectures are given. This type of atmosphere allows for a more personalized course where you can ask multiple questions and get actual expert practical answers. It's essentially reading with an expert as Dr. Renner goes over his approach to reading MR exams during his lectures. He also gave anon the spot bonus lectures to those who had specific questions such as I did regarding UCL thumb injuries. In addition, there is a great workbook which was an easy read on the flight home and will serve as an excellent reference for me going forward.

       This course has something to offer everyone from the junior attending to the well-seasoned radiologist. Anyone who reads musculoskeletal radiology exams should attend this course! With decreasing travel reimbursements for CME courses and studying for re-certification exams, this course gives the most bang for your buck.

 I am looking forward to attending another one of his courses in the near future!”

Dr. Joseph Mazzie, Director of MSK Radiology, Winthrop University Hospital, teaching hospital for Stony Brook University.


"Wonderful lecture series. Dr. Renner has the ability to explain difficult subjects in simple and clear terms. Can't wait for his next conference!"      Frank Prendergast, Pediatric Radiologist, Chicago IL


  Free for Registrars: Chest Board Review 10 DVDs with HRCT 20-page workbook

  DVD Lectures: 

1.        High Resolution CT: Secondary Pulmonary Lobule 

2.        Disease Patterns of HRCT 

3.        Interstitial Lung Disease Part I 

4.        Interstitial Lung Disease Part 2 

5.        Pulmonary Sarcoidosis 

6.        Tuberculosis: Primary and Reactivation Part 1 

7.        Tuberculosis: Primary and Reactivation Part 2 

8.        Occupational Lung Disease Part 1 

9.        Occupational Lung Disease Part 2 

10.      HRCT and Pulmonary AIDS/HIV 2.      

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