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A. Rockall
London/UK

Registration information

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CME accreditation
ONLY for Live Streaming

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), www.uems.eu.

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

UROGENITAL RADIOLOGY | Online | October 12, 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 Urogenital Radiology. It is strictly adhered to Level II of the European Training Curriculum and is designed to improve the knowledge in the field of genito-urinary radiology by providing presentations of diseases of the genitourinary tract with cross-sectional imaging. 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 learn about the advantages and limitations of modern imaging techniques for genito-urinary disease including CT and MR
  • To solve frequent clinical problems in genito-urinary radiology by using various imaging modalities
  • To give advice for image interpretation and reporting of various genito-urinary imaging studies to provide a differential diagnosis for common and less common pathologic conditions of the genito-urinary system

Programme Online

Wednesday, October 12, 2022

12:30-13:10 Anatomical variations, inflammation and stones of the urinary tract
N. Grenier, Bordeaux/FR

 

– To learn how to differentiate and characterize the most frequent anatomical variations of the urinary tract
– To learn about the different imaging patterns of acute and chronic infection of upper renal tract
– To give advice for detection and characterization of urinary stones using CT and spectral CT

13:10-13:50 Adrenal masses: characterisation and differential diagnosis
G. Villeirs, Ghent/BE

 

– To understand the clinical and imaging presentation of adrenal lesions
– To recognize the most common adrenal abnormalities

13:50-14:30 Malignancy of the upper tracts and bladder
J. Richenberg, Seaford/UK

 

– To appreciate that this topic is best considered as three sub-topics: (i) renal masses [considered elsewhere in the programme], (ii) urothelial tumours of the pelvicaliceal system and ureters (upper tracts) and (iii) tumours of the bladder (lower tract); the latter two sub-topics present usually with haematuria
– To understand sequential use of ultrasound, CT and MRI in the setting of haematuria when malignancy is suspected
– Through case review, to grasp how CT can be used in the diagnosis and staging of urolthelial cancer

14:30-15:00 Q&A
15:00-15:30 BREAK
15:30-16:10 Characterisation of renal masses
N. Grenier, Bordeaux/FR

 

– To learn about the histologic spectrum of renal tumours.
– To become familiar with the New Bosniak classification of cystic renal masses.
– To understand how functional MR techniques help to characterise solid renal tumours

16:10-16:50 Prostate gland: benign and malignant appearances
G. Villeirs, Ghent/BE

 

– To understand the correlation between imaging patterns and histology
– To learn how to use the PI-RADS scoring system
– To comprehend the impact of PI-RADS scoring on clinical workup

16:50-17:30 Scrotal appearance: masses and emergencies
J. Richenberg, Seaford/UK

 

– To learn how to use ultrasound comprehensively and MRI sparingly in characterising scrotal masses: intra- and extra-testicular
– To manage incidental small intra-testicular lesions
– To consider the focused and clinically smart use of US in the setting of testicular infection, trauma or torsion

17:30-18:00 Q&A