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Vicky Goh, London/United Kingdom

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ESR members EUR 99
Non-members EUR 149

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Registration fees include on-demand access until February 3, 2022.

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CME accreditation
ONLY for Live Streaming

An application for this online event has been made to the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME) for CME accreditation. The EACCME is an institution of the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS),

5 European CME credits (ECMEC®s) were granted by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME®).

CME credits are only available when participating in the actual live streaming and after completion of an online evaluation form. No CME credits are availalbe when watching on demand.

Asklepios Course


Course information

This course is aimed at senior residents and recently board-certified radiologists, interested in oncologic imaging. This course will cover essentials for practice in terms of diagnostic criteria and staging and pearls and pitfalls of imaging of a variety of neoplasms. This course will also introduce recently proposed risk-stratification systems and highlight the application of the latest imaging techniques in oncologic imaging. Internationally renowned European experts will ensure a high-quality teaching programme combining lectures and interactive cases.

Learning objectives

Following this course, participants will be able to:

  • Describe current imaging protocols and practice for the diagnosis and assessment of some of the most frequent/important cancers
  • Explain the necessity of staging for appropriate therapy planning and correct estimation of prognosis
  • Apply the latest risk stratification algorithms for improving prediction of clinically significant cancer
  • Consider the evolving role and potential of different imaging modalities in the multidisciplinary management of some of the most frequent/important cancers

Programme Online

Wednesday, November 3, 2021

10:00-10:30 Brain tumours: Essentials for practice
M. Smits, Rotterdam/NL
10:30-11:00 Head and neck cancer: What the clinicians want to know
M. Becker, Geneva/CH
11:00-11:30 Lung cancer screening: Pearls and pitfalls
H.-U. Kauczor, Heidelberg/DE
11:30-11:40 Q&A
11:40-12:25 Break
12:25-12:55 Imaging uterine tumours: Pearls and pitfalls
R. Forstner, Salzburg/AT
12:55-13:25 O-RADS MRI: How to apply this?
A. Rockall, London/UK
13:25-13:55 Imaging nodes in cancer: Introducing node-RADS
F. Elsholtz, Berlin/DE
13:55-14:05 Q&A
14:05-14:50 Break
14:50-15:20 Renal lesions: Benign or malignant?
D. Prezzi, London/UK
15:20-15:50 Prostate cancer: An update on PSMA imaging
G. Cook, London/UK
15:50-16:20 Whole body MRI for oncologic imaging
V. Goh, London/UK
16:20-16:30 Q&A