Course program

Clinical applications in 3D Printing for a variety of subspecialties will offer attendees the opportunity to engage with and learn how 3D printing can advance medical care at their institutions. Register today for RSNA Medical 3D Printing in Practice.

Course learning objectives

After attending this course, participants will:

  • Understand the basics of 3D printing technology.
  • Understand the challenges and opportunities for 3D printing in hospitals.
  • Learn how to establish a 3D printing lab.
  • Learn current clinical applications of 3D printing processes.
  • Understand the quality and value of medical 3D printing (quality assurance, CPT coding, billing, etc.).
Friday, March 6, 2020
Time Schedule Speaker Room 
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM  Registration & Exhibits
11:00-1:00 Registration & Exhibits 16th Floor – Chicago Ballroom
1:00-2:20 PM  Session 1 (CC-101): Basics of 3D Printing in Hospitals Part 1
CC-101A 1:00-1:10 Introduction Peter Liacouras, PhD 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
CC-101B 1:10-1:30 History of Medical 3D Printing Andy Christensen 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
CC-101C
1:30-1:50 Challenges and Opportunities for 3D Printing in Hospitals Frank Rybicki, MD, PhD 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
CC-101D 1:50-2:10 FDA Perspective on 3D Printing in Medicine James Coburn 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
CC-101E 2:10-2:20 Question & Answer 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
2:20-2:50 PM Event
2:20-2:50 Exhibits & Networking Break 16th Floor – Chicago Ballroom
2:50-4:00 PM  Session 2 (CC-102): Basics of 3D Printing in Hospitals Part 2 
CC-102A 2:50-3:10 Establishing a 3D Printing Lab Jane Matsumoto, MD 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
CC-102B 3:10-3:30 3D Printing Technology Peter Liacouras, PhD 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
CC-102C 3:30-3:50 Process: From DICOM to STL Leonid Chepelev, MD, PhD 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
CC-102D 3:50-4:00 Question & Answer 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
4:00-5:00 PM  Abstract Presentations Session 1 (PA-101) 
PA-101A 4:00-4:10 3D Modeling for Surgical Planning in Congenital Heart Disease: Implementation into Routine Clinical Care Reena Ghosh, MD 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
PA-101B 4:10-4:20 A Patient-Surgeon Specific Graft Guide for Open Surgical Repair of Thoracoabdominal Aortic Dissection and Aneurysm with 3D Printing Taehun Kim, MS 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
PA-101C 4:20-4:30 3D Printing for Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation (TAVI): From Medical Teaching to Surgical/Transcatheter Planning Rafael Cadete, MD, PhD 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
PA-101D 4:30-4:40 Enhanced Pre-operative Planning Through the Utilization of 3D Printed, Patient-Specific, Uterine Models in Complex Cesarean Sections Miranda Sill, BS 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
PA-101E 4:40-4:50 3D Printing and Augmented Reality (Mixed Reality): A Combination of Two Promising Technologies for Image-Guided Neurosurgery Vitor Sardenberg, MD 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
PA-101F 4:50-5:00 Using 3D-Printing and Imaging in Burn Mask Production Ron Akiki, BS 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
5:00-7:00 Events
  5:00-5:45 Poster Presentations, Session 1 (PO-100)   16th Floor – Chicago Ballroom
  5:45-7:00 Cocktail Reception - Sponsored by HP   3rd Floor – Millennium Park
 
Saturday, March 7, 2020
Time Schedule
7:00-7:55 Poster Presentations, Session 2
7:00-7:55 Poster Presentations, Session 2 (PO-200) 16th Floor – Chicago Ballroom
7:00-8:00 Events
7:00-7:55 Breakfast & Exhibits 16th Floor – Chicago Ballroom
7:55-8:00 Announcements 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
8:00-10:15 AM Session 3 (CC-103): Quality and Value of Medical 3D Printing 
CC-103A 8:00-8:20 Quality Assurance for 3D Printing in Hospitals Shuai Leng, PhD 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
CC-103B 8:20-8:40 Principles of CPT Coding as It Applies to 3D Printing Andy Christensen 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
CC-103C 8:40-9:00 Finance and Billing for 3D Printing Jason Battaglia 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
CC-103D 9:00-9:20 Update on 3D Printing Registry Kenneth Wang, MD, PhD 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
CC-103E 9:20-10:15 Panel Discussion / Question & Answer 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
10:15-11:00 AM Exhibits & Networking Break
  10:15-11:00 Exhibits & Networking Break   16th Floor – Chicago Ballroom
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Hands-on Session 1 (HO-101)
  11:00-12:00 Image Processing Hands-On Nicole Wake, PhD
Leonid Chepelev, MD, PhD
Adnan Sheikh, MD
Peter Liacouras, PhD
3rd Floor – Millennium Park
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM  Session 4 (CC-104): Clinical Applications I 
CC-104A 11:00-11:20 Neuro Edward Quigley, MD, PhD 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
CC-104B 11:20-11:40 Vascular Tom Foley 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
CC-104C 11:40-12:00 TAVR / TAMV Beth Ripley, MD, PhD 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
12:00-1:00 PM  Event
  12:00-1:00 Lunch & Exhibits 16th Floor – Chicago Ballroom
1:00-3:00 PM  Session 5 (CC-105):  Clinical Application II 
CC-105A 1:00-1:20 GU Nicole Wake, PhD 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
CC-105B 1:20-1:40 MSK Adnan Sheikh, MD 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
CC-105C 1:40-2:00 Breast Elsa Arribas, MD 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
CC-105D 2:00-2:20 Congenital Heart Disease Shi-Joon Yoo, MD 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
CC-105E 2:20-3:00 Question & Answer 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
2:00-3:00 PM  Hands-on Session 2 (HO-102)
  2:00-3:00 Image Processing Hands-On

Nicole Wake, PhD
Leonid Chepelev, MD, PhD
Adnan Sheikh, MD
Peter Liacouras, PhD

 

3rd Floor – Millennium Park
3:00-3:30 PM Event
  3:00-3:30 Exhibits & Networking Break 16th Floor – Chicago Ballroom
3:30-4:30 PM  Abstract Presentations Session 2 (PA-201) 
PA-201A 3:30-3:40 Medical Illustration and 3D Printing: Modeling New Opportunities for Educational Value Brittany Bennett, MA 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
PA-201B 3:40-3:50 3D Printing in Gynecological Microanatomy and Pathology Heron Werner, MD, PhD 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
PA-201C 3:50-4:00 3D Printed Phantom Chest with Contrast Improves Training for Cardiovascular Interventional Radiology Technologists Blair Kauzlarich
Lincoln Wong, MD (Co-author)
R. G. Linke, ARRT (Co-author)
2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
PA-201D 4:00-4:10 3D Printing for Pre-operative Planning of Revision Hip Surgery: Tips, Tricks, Benefits and Limitations Bruno Rocha, MD 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
PA-201E 4:10-4:20 Is There a Role for 3D Printing as an Effort to Reduce Anxiety in Blind Pregnant Women? Heron Werner, MD, PhD 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
PA-201F 4:20-4:30 Question & Answer 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
4:45-6:00 PM Events
  4:45-6:00 RSNA 3D Printing Special Interest Group (SIG) Business Meeting 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
  4:45-6:00 Exhibits 16th Floor – Chicago Ballroom
 
Sunday, March 8, 2020
Time Schedule
7:00-8:00 AM Events
  7:00-8:00 Breakfast & Exhibits 16th Floor – Chicago Ballroom
  7:55-8:00 Announcements 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
8:00-10:15 AM Session 6 (CC-106): Other Considerations for 3D Printing in Hospitals
CC-106A 8:00-8:20 Craniomaxillofacial Jonathan M. Morris, MD 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
CC-106B 8:20-8:40 Surgical Guides Produced in the Hospital Amy Alexander, MS 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
CC-106C 8:40-9:00 Incorporating 3D Printing into an Educational Curriculum Summer J. Decker, PhD 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
CC-106D 9:00-9:20 AR/VR: How Does It Fit in the 3D Environment Justin Sutherland, PhD, MCCPM 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
CC-106E 9:20-9:40 Vascular Simulation Research Ciprian N. Ionita, MD 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
CC-106F 9:40-10:15 Question & Answer 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
10:15-11:00 AM Event
  10:15-11:00 Exhibits & Networking Break 16th Floor – Chicago Ballroom
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM  Abstract Presentations Session 3 (PA-301)
PA-301A 11:00-11:10 Validation of CT Scan Parameters for Reconstruction of Previously 3D Printed Medical Models Nicholas Naro, MD 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
PA-301B 11:10-11:20 Process Validation for Point-of-Care Manufacturing for Stereolithography Anish Ghodadra, MD, MS 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
PA-301C 11:20-11:30 Low-Cost, CT-Conspicuous, Tissue-Accurate, 3D-Printed Models for Image-Guided Procedural Planning and Training Holly Brideau, MD, MS 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
PA-301D 11:30-11:40 New Radiopaque Filament for 3D Printed Phantoms Metheus Savi, MS 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
PA-301E 11:40-11:50 General Methods to Eliminate Striations in Feature-Complex Agarose-Based MRI Phantoms Mikail Kraft 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
PA-301F 11:50-12:00 3D Printed Chemotherapeutic-Impregnated Biliary Stents: In Vitro Proof-of-Principle for Potential Use in Managing Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma David Ballard, MD 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom
12:00-12:30 PM Session 7 (CC-107): Summary
  12:00-12:30  Abstract Awards and What’s on the Horizon Peter Liacouras, PhD 2nd Floor – Michigan Ballroom

The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The RSNA designates this live activity for a maximum of 14.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

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