Society of Breast Imaging Residency and Fellowship Training Curriculum RADIOLOGIC CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA Feig, S. A., Hall, F. M., Ikeda, D. M., Mendelson, E. B., Rubin, E. C., Segel, M. C., Watson, A. B., Eklund, W., Stelling, C. B., Jackson, V. P. 2000; 38 (4): 915-?


A recently developed Society of Breast Imaging curriculum for residency training is intended to provide guidance to residents and their mentors, and to practicing radiologists who want to keep up to date in screening, diagnosis, and interventional procedures. The curriculum contains lists of key concepts in 14 subject areas: epidemiology; anatomy; pathology, and physiology; equipment and technique; quality control; interpretation; problem-solving mammography; ultrasound; interventional procedures; reporting and medicolegal aspects; screening; MR imaging; therapeutic considerations; and patient management principles. The curriculum also makes recommendations about residency training, including the number of examinations the resident should interpret, and the time the resident should spend in breast imaging. Recommendations for fellowship training are also discussed.

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