Stroke is one of the most common indications for brain imaging. This module will help users to gain confidence in giving an accurate differential diagnosis on stroke cases and see multiple stroke cases across different stages.
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Stroke is one of the most common indications for brain imaging. Although the diagnosis of acute stroke is mainly clinical, imaging is often required to: rule out a contra indication for thrombolysis; differentiate cerebral infarction from haemorrhage; assess the extent of the stroke/complications; rule out any other reasons for the acute presentation.
Although this module is based on the On-call exposure to patients presented with stroke, it will also show stroke in its different stages. Although many of our cases are plain CT head scans, other techniques may be used when appropriate. We will also show variants which may mimic stroke and when appropriate, give a differential diagnosis for the findings seen on the images.
Level II - General radiologist
This module is geared towards senior residents and general radiologists wanting to increase their knowledge in neuroradiology, particularly in the area of stroke.
|Date created:||1 Mar 2019|
The training platform runs entirely in the browser but the online PACS places a considerable load on the hardware and internet connection when viewing and loading cases.
|Memory (RAM):||8 Gigabyte||16 Gigabyte|
|Processor (CPU):||Dual core i5||Quad core i7|
|Speed:||10 Mbps||25 Mbps|
- * Only desktop and laptop devices are supported.
- ** Firefox, Edge and Safari also work but might not provide an equally smooth experience. Internet Explorer is not supported.
Hussein Kamel M.D.
Collaborator TMC, With over 25 year experience. Previously, Associate Professor, Clinical Radiology, Weill Cornell Medical College (WCMC), Qatar.
MB BCh, Egypt, 1977, MS RD, Egypt, 1983, FRCR, London and FFR(RSCI), Dublin, 1991. Consultant Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast, UK, Consultant, Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) and Associate Professor, Clinical Radiology, WCMC, Qatar. Now collaborator with TMC.