The 72nd AAOMR Annual Session

 

 

 

 

 

 

Topics for 2021:
  • Radiomics, Imaging and Geonomic Data Correlation - Dr. Osamu Sakai
  • Curious Cases - HIstopathologic Insight in Diagnostic Imagine - Dr. KC Chan
  • Gibbs Lecture - Dr. Roberto Molteni
  • Surveying the Landscape of OMF Radiology's Future: The Role of Artificial Intelligence - Dr. Don Tyndall
  • ANSI/ADA Standard 1094 Quality Assurance for Digital Intraoral Radiographic Systems - Dr. Peter Mah
  • History of Radiology as a Specialty - Dr. Mansur Ahmad
  • Optical Coherence Tomography - Dr. Mina Mahdian
  • Oral Presentations
  • H. Cline Fixott Presentation - Dr. Carole Anne Murdoch
  • Craniofacial Growth and Its Impact on Airway Changes and Growth Modification Possibilities and Influence on Airway in Children as well as Orthognathic Surgical Outcomes - Dr. Goli Parsi
  • Yikes! What do I Need to Know for the Boards? - Dr. Trishul Allareddy, Dr. Angela Broome, Dr. Aditya Tadinada, and Dr. Sanjay Mallya
  • Scientific Posters
  • Case Presentations by Residents

Click here to view the tentative schedule of events.

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The American Academy of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology designates this activity for 19.5 continuing education credits.

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