CT colonography for those who have already an experience or the natural completion of the first-level course. Reduced preps, new viewing methods, integration of CAD within reading workflow, definition and significance of flat lesions, role of CTC in colorectal cancer screening will be the topics which will be discussed by senior members of our faculty. Hands-on training is dedicated to challenging and tricky cases, including small polyps, flat lesions and pitfalls. Please visit our website for more information and registration: http://www.esgar.org/index.php?pid=492&lang=1
Die Organisatoren haben für diesen Kurs eine hochkarätige Faculty, bestehend aus nationalen und internationalen KollegInnen, zusammengestellt.
Topical focus is the use of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) for the planning, control and monitoring of surgical or radiological interventions. The symposium will be organized by the Department of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology of the Leipzig University Hospital in cooperation with the Department of Radiology (Prof. Ferenc Jolesz) at Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School in Boston, MA, and the Department of Radiology and Radiological Sciences (Prof. Jonathan Lewin) at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD. The meeting takes place every two years alternately in Germany and the United States. More than 350 physicians and researchers attended the last meeting in September 2012 in Boston.
This course is aimed at senior residents and recently board-certified radiologists and designed to advance the knowledge of an array of indications for musculoskeletal cross-sectional imaging. The programme provides an update on various imaging techniques with an emphasis on MRI. Didactic lectures combined with interactive case discussions will highlight common pathologies and imaging pitfalls in the diagnosis of joints, bones and soft tissue disorders. Internationally renowned European experts will present the latest technical advances as well as specific imaging strategies to answer clinical questions in musculoskeletal imaging. For more information about the programme and for registration please visit http://www.esor.org/cms/website.php