State of the Art Small Bowel Imaging: Review and Hands-on Tutorial is designed to provide a comprehensive appraisal of CT and MR techniques for the evaluation of small bowel disorders. World leaders in small bowel imaging will present the clinical rationale for and benefits of imaging, exam technique and CT/MR imaging findings for a variety of small bowel disorders. State-of-the-art lectures will highlight emerging trends and developing technology currently utilized in clinical practice. Each module will be highlighted by hands-on, interactive experiences on personal laptop computer workstations with review of actual cases, from the teaching libraries developed by Mayo Clinic Radiology and GI Departments. Group and individual review of cases will be led by the faculty. Scientific sessions offered the first two days of the course will highlight ongoing research in Crohn's imaging, integration of imaging into management and treatment decisions, enteroclysis technique, MR pulse sequences, and CT dose reduction and image quality.