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Maria Argyropoulou

Ioannina / Greece

Registration information

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CME accreditation
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An application for European CME credits (ECMEC) was submitted to the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME), which is an institution of the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS),

5 CME credits will be available for active participation in the live stream and after the completion of an online evaluation form. No CME credits will be available for watching on demand.

ESOR Foundation Course

PAEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY | Online | September 7, 2022

Course information

This course is aimed at residents in their 4th and 5th year of training in radiology and recently board-certified radiologists interested in Paediatric Radiology. It is strictly adhered to Level II of the European Training Curriculum and aims to familiarise general radiologists dealing in everyday practice with children suffering from disorders different to those of adult patients. Knowledge about how to best image and recognise the underlying pathology will be provided. The course includes six topics consisting of 40 minutes of theory and case presentations followed by a live Q&A section after each session for interaction with the faculty members.

Learning objectives

  • To become familiar with imaging the brain and the cerebellum from the fetal to the neonatal life
  • To understand imaging findings in the “shaken baby syndrome” and epilepsy
  • To learn how best to use imaging in skeletal trauma and hip disorders

Programme Online

Wednesday, September 7, 2022

12:30-13:10 Imaging the fetal brain
I. Mannes, Paris/FR


-To know when, how and why performing a fetal Brain MRI

-To focus on the most common normal variants and pathological conditions

13:10-13:50 Imaging the “neglected cerebellum” in neonates
M.I. Argyropoulou, Ioannina/GR


-To become familiar with   age related imaging changes of the developing cerebellum

-To acquire knowledge   about the main pathologies of the cerebellum in preterm and full term babies

-To understand which imaging to use US, MRI or both

13:50-14:30 Imaging skeletal trauma in children
K. Rosendahl, Bergen/NO


-To learn how to best use imaging in skeletal trauma

-To become familiar with the more common fracture types and localisations

-To understand imaging findings suggestive of abuse

14:30-15:00 Q&A
15:00-15:30 BREAK
15:30-16:10 CNS imaging in “shaken baby syndrome”
I. Mannes, Paris/FR


-To recognize the neuroimaging findings that raise suspicion for SBS

-To understand the strengths and limitations of each imaging modality, especially in dating SBS

16:10-16:50 Tips and tricks in imaging epilepsy in children
M.I. Argyropoulou, Ioannina/GR


-To become familiar with the diagnostic imaging approach in epilepsy

-To acquire knowledge about the main etiologies of epilepsy in neonates and older children

-To be able to distinguish lesions inducing epilepsy from peri-ictal brain abnormalities

16:50-17:30 Imaging the hip in children
K. Rosendahl, Bergen/NO


-To become familiar with imaging for the detection and follow up of developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH)

-To learn how to image for additional hip disorders


17:30-18:00 Q&A