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Ingrid Millet, Montpellier/France

Registration fees

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ESR members EUR 99
Non-members EUR 149

Registration fees do not include VAT. VAT will be added during the registration process and will be calculated based on your country or disclosure of the VAT number of your company.

Registration fees include on-demand access until January 20, 2022.

(If you need to renew or apply for the ESR membership for 2021, please click here)

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) accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education.

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


Galen Course


Course information

This course is aimed at senior residents, board-certified radiologists and fellows interested in emergencies imaging. This intense one-day programme is articulated on imaging strategies for the most common and vital emergencies, with emphasis in diagnostic issues and pitfalls, and impact of the imaging on patient management. It is designed to update knowledge on the role of imaging modalities and CT in particular, focusing on vital emergencies of the GI, heart and spine, but also on current gynaecological or thoracic emergencies. Renowned European lecturers will ensure a high-quality teaching programme, combining lectures and interactive cases.

Learning objectives

  • to learn and consolidate knowledge in CT protocols for common emergencies
  • to learn how to diagnose and manage hemoperitoneum, haemoptysis and spine injuries
  • to know the role of CT imaging in the diagnosis and staging of small bowel obstruction and pancreatitis
  • to be able to diagnose mesenteric ischemia, gynaecological and heart emergencies on CT

Programme Online

Wednesday, October 20, 2021

10:00-10:30 Spine injuries: when should we go to MRI?
S. Choudhary, Birmingham/UK
10:30-11:00 Emergency radiology: don’t forget to look at the heart with CT!
N. Planken, Amsterdam/NL
11:00-11:30 CT angiography and severe haemoptysis: protocol, role and signs for an accurate diagnosis
I. Bargellini, Pisa/IT
11:30-11:40 Q&A
11:40-12:25 Break
12:25-12:55 Trauma and elderly: some specific fractures that must not be missed!
S. Choudhary, Birmingham/UK
12:55-13:25 How do I manage a non-traumatic hemoperitoneum in emergency?
R. Basilico, Chieti/IT
13:25-13:55 Gynaecological emergencies: when can CT give you the answer?
I. Millet, Montpellier/FR
13:55-14:05 Q&A
14:05-14:50 Break
14:50-15:20 CT role for assessing acute pancreatitis
J. Wessling, Münster/DE
15:20-15:50 Mesenteric ischemia: how can we improve our diagnostic performances?
T. Lehtimäki, Helsinki/FI
15:50-16:20 Small bowel obstruction, a standardised analysis using CT for a relevant report
I. Millet, Montpellier/FR
16:20-16:30 Q&A