Mario Muto, Naples/Italy
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Galen Foundation Course
NEURORADIOLOGY ONLINE | September 11, 2020
This course is for radiologists in training, who desire a comprehensive and concise review of neuroradiology. Basic neuroanatomy, imaging features of traumatic, infectious, neoplastic, vascular, congenital and demyelinating diseases of the brain will be covered. Internationally renowned European neuroradiologists will provide theory and case presentations with an interactive character. The course encompasses the broad spectrum of neuroradiology practice, including comprehensive reviews, updates in new trends and relevant imaging techniques.
- to review key imaging findings of the most common brain and spinal cord diseases
- to prioritise imaging studies that will guide patient management
- to select the most appropriate and most cost-effective imaging protocols
Friday, September 11, 2020
|09:00-09:30||Vascular anatomy and imaging techniques
A. Bozzao, Rome/IT
|09:30-10:00||Update on Multiple Sclerosis Imaging
A. Falini, Milan/IT
|10:00-10:30||Non-traumatic brain haemorrhage and its treatment
M. Muto, Naples/IT
|11:25-11:55||Cross-sectional brain anatomy revisited
T. Yousry, London/UK
|11:55-12:25||Multiple white spots – Common aetiology
F. Bonneville, Toulouse/FR
|12:25-12:55||Multiple black dots – Common aetiology
S. Haller, Geneva/CH
|13:50-14:20||Congenital spine and brain abnormalities
M. Argyropoulou, Ioannina/GR
L. Van den Hauwe, Antwerp/BE
|14:50-15:20||Traumatic brain injury: a practical guide
P. Vilela, Lisbon/PT
|16:15-16:45||Brain infections: from image to pathogen
C. Calli, Izmir/TR
|16:45-17:15||Spinal cord lesions: myelitis or tumour?
M. Thurnher, Vienna/AT
|17:15-17:45||Brain tumours: what you should know
S. Van Cauter, Genk/BE