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Sanford Brown College- Milwaukee hosts a Spring CME Symposium

June 2, 2010 0 Comments

On May 15, 2010, in partnership with The Wisconsin Medical Society and Pediatric Diagnostic Imaging, Sanford Brown College- Milwaukee hosted a Spring CME Symposium. The event featured nationally recognized Pediatricians and Pediatric Radiologists. Over fifty radiologists, sonographers, and department heads were in attendance. Topics included:
• The Latest Information on UTI’s and Reflux – Diagnostic and Treatment
• Current Recommendations for Managing Suspected Child Abuse
• Case Presentations Highlighting Common Issues in the Pediatric setting and practice
• The Diagnosis of Musculoskeletal Infections in the era of MRI and
• Diagnostic Imaging Resources for Evaluating Children with Neurological Symptoms
Sanford Brown is committed to providing forums for the discussion and education of relevant health issues.

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