Vicky Goh, London/United Kingdom
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ONCOLOGIC IMAGING ONLINE | November 3, 2021
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.
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
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
|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
|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