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  • 1. www.myesr.org | EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010Online edition 1
  • 2. EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 | www.myesr.org
  • 3. www.myesr.org | EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 Table of ContentsGeneral Information Scientific Programme 4 Introducing the ECR 2010 Congress President 10 ESR meets Poland, Argentina, 7 Your Timeline to ECR 2010 Saudi Arabia & Neurologists 8 Timetable 14 New Horizons Sessions63 ESR Dignitaries 15 State of the Art Symposia64 Arts & Culture in Vienna 18 Special Focus Sessions68 ESR Executive Council 23 Professional Challenges Sessions69 ECR 2010 Committees72 ECR 2010 Topic Coordinators Categorical Courses: 26 radiology of the spine in 2010 27 radiology in Abdominal emergencies 28 Imaging in Lung DiseasesScientific Highlights Mini Courses: 30 Organs from A to Z: Liver12 SA 13: Lymph nodes come under renewed scrutiny 30 extremity Joint MrI16 SF 3b: Emergency room experts lay out options for polytrauma imaging Refresher Courses:22 PC 13: Preparing tomorrow today 32 Abdominal and Gastrointestinal24 CC 18: New ways to image lung diseases must be 33 Breast introduced in clinical routine 34 Cardiac 36 Chest 36 Computer Applications 37 Molecular Imaging and Contrast Media 38 Genitourinary 41 Head and Neck 42 Interventional radiology 43 Musculoskeletal 44 Neuro 45 Pediatric 46 Physics in radiology 47 radiographers 48 Vascular 49 eFOMP Workshop E3 – European Excellence in Education: 50 Foundation Course: Head and Neck radiology 51 Interactive Teaching sessions Multidisciplinary Sessions 53 Managing Patients with Cancer 54 ESOR Session 54 Radiology Trainees Forum – Highlighted Lectures 54 ESR Audit Session 54 Image Interpretation QuizzesPhoto Credits: 54 3rd Workstation Face-Off SessionUnless otherwise indicated all pictures 54 Hospital Management Symposium© esr – european society of radiology. 56 Satellite Symposia13 © Christopher steer23 © Nina Ober34 © esr – european society of radiology / Harry schiffer Hands-on Workshops:46 © Mozarthaus Vienna 58 Post-Processing of CT and MrI in stroke Patients50 © Alexander Koller60 © Matthew Andrews / Winner Photo Competition eCr 2009 59 Cardiac CT Post-Processing and Analysis73 © Albertina Wien / Margherita spiluttini 61 Musculoskeletal Us: Hand and Wrist, Foot and Ankle 3
  • 4. EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 | www.myesr.org Introducing the eCr 2010 Congress President By Mélisande Rouger In an interview with ECR Today back in March, Professor Małgorzata Szczerbo-Trojanowska from Lublin, Poland, discussed her agenda for next year’s congress. She revealed that ECR 2010 will shed light on imaging and interventions in oncology and clinical emergencies, among other topics, and the congress’s tradition of innovation will be upheld with the introduction of a multidisciplinary symposium and organ-oriented courses. ECRT: How does ECR compare to other radiological congresses? MST: The majority of radiological congresses are focused on one radiological discipline or even a spe- cific narrow subject. ECR is a unique forum addressing and accommodating all radiologists. There are sessions presenting the cutting edge of science in our own field of activity and at the same time there are opportunities to attend sessions presenting progress outside of our own discipline. This is a great advantage of a multidisciplinary meeting, which provides possibilities to keep abreast of developments in other radiological fields. I find it extremely important for every radiologist to be aware of the progress in various fields of our specialty. This knowledge may help to further develop our own field and to choose the modalities best suited to diagnosing our patients. ECRT: What are your ambitions and plans for ECR? MST: Like every president of ECR, I would like to shape a very attractive scientific, educational and social programme. Working together with the Programme Planning Committee we have been trying to create sessions choosing topics that should meet the expectations of all participants. It is well known that every year ECR introduces some innovations. In 2010 we will launch a new type of course that will be organ-oriented. In the coming year, it will be ‘Liver from A to Z’. Experts will show the best, most appropriate imaging methods used in diagnosing a wide range of pathologies of the liver in four sessions. The second innovation is the introduction of a multidisciplinary symposium, which we will start with ‘Managing patients with cancer’. The symposium consists of 4 sessions dedicated to prostate, ovary, colorectal and lung cancer. In each session there will be presentations and discussions between a surgeon, an oncologist and a radiologist. By introducing multidisciplinary symposia we would like to bring closer and enhance exchanges between clinicians and radiologists. Nowadays, if radiologists want to remain the key players in clinical discussions, they should understand the clinical questions and stay updated with advances in disease management. I hope this type of session will emphasise the importance of clinical training in the radiological curriculum. My ambition is that we provide an excellent congress for the participants, the faculty and exhibitors, and that it will contribute to the further growth and development of our specialty.4
  • 5. www.myesr.org | EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010ECRT: What will be the main focus of ECR and what will be the scientific highlights regarding newtechnologies presented?MST: ECR 2010 will focus on a number of subjects. Many sessions will be dedicated to imaging andinterventions in oncology. We will also focus on imaging and interventions in clinical emergencies,which will be extensively explored during the congress. There will be a Categorical Course on abdomi-nal emergencies and two Special Focus Sessions: on imaging in polytrauma patients and on paediatricnon-traumatic emergencies. I would like to draw attention to the Professional Challenges Sessions ‘Theradiologist of the future: Challenges and chances’ and ‘Radiology and Law’. The dramatic evolution ofour discipline raises many burning questions which will be presented and discussed by experts.There will be a number of scientific highlights of ECR 2010. Almost every year there is a significantdevelopment deserving to be a highlight of a meeting in the majority of fields of our rapidly evolvingdiscipline. As has already been said, one of ECR’s charms is that it covers all aspects of the specialty.Among the scientific highlights in the field of new technologies there will be New Horizons sessionson MRI in lung diseases, hybrid imaging, and functional imaging in CT as well as sessions dedicated tonew developments in US imaging.ECRT: What do you think of the initiative ‘ESR meets partner disciplines’? Will there be anotherspecialty invited to ECR?MST: I find it a very attractive and useful initiative. Those sessions bring radiologists closer to clini-cians and help them to better understand the information clinicians expect from imaging. On the otherhand we can clarify what information is possible with contemporary imaging, and which modality isbest suited to provide it. The session should enable radiologists to exchange opinions and to improvecommunication with the clinicians. At ECR 2010, neurology will be a partner discipline. 5
  • 6. EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 | www.myesr.org What a contrast! mississippi l missouri l ohio l tennessee contrast agent injectors for CT/MRI n multi-dosing n direct injection out of media containers n cost-efficient From now on you can use a contrast agen ll t containers w ulrich CT/MRI ith your injector. NEW ulrich reserv oir – your fle all-rounder fo xible r contrast ag prefilled syri ent pouches, nges and via ls ulrich GmbH & Co. KG Buchbrunnenweg 12 l 89081 Ulm l Germany l Phone +49 731 9654-0 injector@ulrichmedical.com l www.ulrichmedical.com6
  • 7. www.myesr.org | EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 Your Timeline to eCr 2010July 3 – September 18: Abstract submissionOctober 1: Online registration OpenOctober 1: Travel & Accommodation service OpenNovember 1: Invest in the Youth support Programme Application OpenNovember 1: Participate from Home registration OpenNovember: Notification of Abstract AcceptanceDecember 1: Online submission of Accepted exhibits to ePOs™ OpenMarch 4–8: ECR 2010: NEW! Thursday to MondayCongress Venue Scientific and Educational ProgrammeAustria Center Vienna 3 Honorary LecturesBruno Kreisky Platz 1 1 Opening Lecture1220 Vienna, Austria 4 ESR meets Sessions 2 Image Interpretation Quizzes 4 New Horizons SessionsCongress Language 3 State of the Art SymposiaEnglish 15 Special Focus Sessions 5 Professional Challenges Sessions 3 Categorical Courses (18 Sessions)CME Accreditation 2 Mini Courses (6 Sessions)Each ECR delegate receives confirmation of all activities 75 Refresher Coursesattended (CME confirmation – Record of attendance). The 1 Foundation Course:approximate maximum number of hours of scientific acti- Head and Neck Radiology (6 Sessions)vity attendance is 40 (please note that this number differs 14 Interactive Teaching Sessionsfrom the maximum number of UEMS/EACCME credits).ECR 2010 is expected to be designated for a maximum 1 e-Learning Centre with Self Assessment Testsof 27 hours of European external CME credits by the 1 RTF – Radiology Trainees Forum:UEMS/EACCME. Highlighted Lectures’ Session 3 Hands-on Workshops 1 EFOMP WorkshopFacts & Figures 1 Hospital Management Symposium18,000 Participants 1 Workstation Face-Off Session100 Countries 21 Satellite Symposia270 Scientific and Educational Sessions1,800 Accepted Proffered Papers and Exhibits: rejection rate: 66%Fully Electronic Scientific ExhibitionIndustrial Exhibition approx. 285 exhibitors 26,000 m² 7
  • 8. EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 | www.myesr.org www.myesr.org | EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 Timetable Timetable 08:30 09:00 09:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:15 13:00 13:30 14:00 14:00 14:30 15:00 15:30 16:00 16:30 17:00 17:30 17:45 18:00 18:30 19:15 e³ session special Focus session Opening Ceremony SF 2 Hands-on Workshop Thursday, March 4 Thursday, March 4 Categorical Courses Presentation of Honorary scientific sessions CC 216, CC 218 Members and Gold Medallist (100) Multidisciplinary session Opening Lecture MS 221 refresher Courses 1 2 e³ sessions (200) state of the Art symposium ESR meets Poland Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen e³ session ESR meets Neurologists SA 3 e³ session Honorary Lecture New Horizons session Hands-on Workshops special Focus sessions NH 6 Hands-on Workshops scientific sessions Friday, March 5 Friday, March 5 SF 3a, SF 3b, SF 3c, SF 3d Workstation Face-Off Session state of the Art symposium Professional Challenges session scientific sessions (500) GE Healthcare Symposium SA 6 PC 3 (400) special Focus session Categorical Courses Bayer Schering Pharma Symposium Siemens Healthcare and SF 6 CC 316, CC 318 SuperSonic Imagine Symposium Bayer Schering Pharma Symposium Categorical Course 3 4 5 6 Multidisciplinary session CC 616 MS 321 esOr session refresher Courses refresher Courses e³ session e³ sessions (600) Hands-on Workshops rTF Highlighted Lectures (300) New Horizons session ESR meets Argentina Josef Lissner Image Interpretation Quiz special Focus sessions NH 7 e³ session Honorary Lecture SF 10a, SF 10b special Focus sessions Hands-on Workshop Saturday, March 6 Saturday, March 6 Hands-on Workshops Professional Challenges session SF 7a, SF 7b e³ FC self Assessment Test PC 10 Categorical Course scientific sessions Hospital Management Symposium (800) Hospital Management Symposium Categorical Courses CC 716 Hologic Symposium CC 1016, CC 1017, CC 1018 Multidisciplinary session Guerbet Symposium Bayer Schering Pharma Symposium eFOMP Workshop Mini Course MS 721 7 GE Healthcare Symposium 8 9 10 Siemens Healthcare Symposia MC 1025 refresher Courses esr Audit session Hitachi Symposium Sectra Symposium refresher Courses e³ sessions Philips Healthcare Symposia (1000) Hands-on Workshop Bracco Symposium (700) Hospital Management Symposium eFOMP Workshop New Horizons session e³ session Maria Sklodowska-Curie state of the Art symposium New Horizons session NH 11 scientific sessions Honorary Lecture SA 13 NH 14 Categorical Courses (1200) Professional Challenges session special Focus session Sunday, March 7 Sunday, March 7 CC 1116, CC 1117 Junior Image Interpretation Quiz PC 13 SF 14 Mini Course eIBIr session Categorical Course Professional Challenges session Guerbet Symposium MC 1119 CC 1318 PC 14 Bracco Symposium GE Healthcare Symposia refresher Courses Mini Courses Categorical Courses Bracco Symposium 11 12 13 14 e³ session MC 1319, MC 1325 CC 1417, CC 1418 Toshiba Symposium refresher Courses refresher Courses Hands-on Workshop (1100) e³ session e³ session (1300) (1400) special Focus sessions e³ session ESR meets Saudi Arabia e³ session special Focus session Farewell SF 15a, SF 15b, SF 15c scientific sessions SF 18 Get-Together scientific sessions Categorical Courses (1600) Professional Challenges session Monday, March 8 Monday, March 8 (1700) CC 1517, CC 1518 PC 18 Mini Course Categorical Courses MC 1519 CC 1816, CC 1817 Mini Course refresher Courses MC 1819 15 16 17 18 e³ session Multidisciplinary session Hands-on Workshop MS 1821 (1500) refresher Courses e³ sessions (1800)8 9
  • 9. EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 | www.myesr.org ‘ESR meets’: another virtuoso programme at eCr 2010 By Mélisande Rouger ECR 2010, under the theme ‘Virtuosity in Radiology’, promises to be yet another landmark in the history of the congress. To ensure this success, ‘ESR meets’, one of ECR’s most popular programmes, will invite three countries from three different continents to present their expertise in radiology. Poland, Saudi Arabia and Argentina will deliver their latest scientific achievements of international relevance. Neurology will also be a guest, as part of ECR’s efforts to promote multidisciplinary dialogue. Argentina will be the first Latin Poland, home country to ECR Saudi Arabia will offer a Inviting a partner discipline American country to take part in 2010 President Prof. Małgorzata general presentation based on to take part in the debates has the ESR meets initiative, and Szczerbo-Trojanowska, a world its radiological routine, and become a necessity and ECR expects an increased attendance of famous interventional radio- explain how imaging can help recognised this two years ago Argentinean and Latin American logist, will present a session on assess peculiar musculoskeletal by extending its ‘ESR meets’ radiologists as a result. The Emergency Radiology. Polish infections and infestations, as programme to specialities delegates will focus on pneumo- ‘rising stars’ in radiology will well as Brucellosis infection. beyond radiology. At ECR 2010, oesophageal MDCT in cancer present their achievements in The Saudi delegation will also neurologists will, together presurgical characterisation and modern emergency stroke stress the role of imaging in the with radiologists, focus on the staging, radio-anatomy of the imaging, cardiac emergency discovery and characterisation diagnosis and treatment of lower arterial anastomoses, and imaging, and in the diagnosis of genetic diseases, and the stroke, the number two cause of high-resolution MRI in rectal and management of aortic or role of nuclear medicine and death worldwide. From clinical cancer. They will also deliver a end-organ complications in the functional imaging in Non- requirements and expectations presentation on cystic echino- dissection of descending aorta. Hodgkin lymphomas (NHL), a of diagnostic imaging to coccosis, based on local They will also provide examples diverse group of haematologic diagnostic imaging of ischemic experience in Patagonia. of their use of CT pulmonary cancers. stroke, experts will talk of their angiography in staging acute experience in order to improve pulmonary embolism. both their cooperation and medical outcome. They will also deal with the management of acute stroke patients and the endovascular treatment of patients with ischemic strokes.10
  • 10. www.myesr.org | EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 ESR meets sessionsFriday, March 5, 10:30–12:00 Saturday, March 6, 10:30–12:00ESR meets Poland ESR meets ArgentinaEM 1 Emergency radiology: The new EM 3 Argentine radiology: frontiers, the old barriers Past, present and future Presiding: C.J. Herold; Vienna/AT Presiding: t.b.a. M. Sasiadek; Wroclaw/PL C.J. Herold; Vienna/AT M. Szczerbo-Trojanowska; Lublin/PL M. Szczerbo-Trojanowska; Lublin/PL • ntroduction I • ntroduction I M. Sasiadek; Wroclaw/PL A.E. Buzzi; Buenos Aires/AR • odern emergency stroke imaging M • neumo esophageal MDCT: Its role in cancer P K. Sklinda; Warsaw/PL presurgical characterisation and staging • ardiac emergency imaging: C M. Ulla; Buenos Aires/AR Crossing frontiers, meeting barriers • ystic echinococcosis: C K. Gruszczynska; Katowice/PL Our experience in Patagonia • issection of descending aorta: D S. Moguillansky; Cipolletti Rio Negro/AR Diagnosis and management of aortic or • adioanatomy of the lower uterine R end-organ complications arterial anastomoses K. Milczarek; Warsaw/PL R.D. García Mónaco; Buenos Aires/AR • hat you see is what you diagnose: W • igh-resolution MRI in rectal cancer H Staging the severity of acute pulmonary A. Dieguez; Buenos Aires/AR embolism with computed tomography • anel discussion P pulmonary angiography G. Staskiewicz; Lublin/PL Monday, March 8, 12:15–13:45 • Panel discussion ESR meets Saudi Arabia EM 4 Saudi radiologyFriday, March 5, 16:00–17:30ESR meets Neurologists Presiding: C.J. Herold; Vienna/ATEM 2 Ischemic stroke: S.S. Lingawi; Jeddah/SA Diagnosis and treatment M. Szczerbo-Trojanowska; Lublin/PL Presiding: J.M. Ferro; Lisbon/PT • ntroduction I C.J. Herold; Vienna/AT S.S. Lingawi; Jeddah/SA M. Szczerbo-Trojanowska; Lublin/PL • eculiar musculoskeletal infections P and infestations • ntroduction I M.E. Abd El Bagi; Riyadh/SA J.M. Ferro; Lisbon/PT • rucellosis in Saudi Arabia from head to toe B • hat are the clinical requirements and W N.A. Al-Nakshabandi; Riyadh/SA expectations of diagnostic imaging F. Fazekas; Graz/AT • ole of imaging in discovery and R characterisation of genetic diseases • iagnostic imaging of ischemic stroke D I.A. Alorainy; Riyadh/SA M.M. Thurnher; Vienna/AT • ole of nuclear medicine and functional R • anagement of the acute stroke patient M imaging in non Hodgkin’s lymphoma (NHL) in D. Leys; Lille/FR Saudi Arabia • ndovascular treatment of the patient with E S. Al-Sebaie; Dhahran/SA ischemic stroke • Panel discussion D. Vorwerk; Ingolstadt/DE • Panel discussion 11
  • 11. EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 | www.myesr.org Lymph nodes come under renewed scrutiny By Paula Gould Detection of nodal metastases can make a big difference to the prognosis and management of cancer patients, yet this aspect of oncological imaging seldom gets the attention it deserves. This explains the introduction at ECR 2010 of a new state of the art course on imaging-based lymph node evaluation. The T-word – tumour – usually dominates discussions on involvement, particularly in lung cancer, melanoma, cancer imaging. Can you see a suspect mass? Are you sure and lymphoma. Pathological lymph nodes will stand out it’s malignant? Is it responding to therapy or continuing to clearly on FDG-PET images as bright or dark dots. The grow? downside is that this strategy works poorly in cancers with low metabolic activity, such as pelvic cancer and prostate Nodal metastases may be mentioned, but only in passing. cancer. Yet lymph node involvement is a key piece in the diagnostic jigsaw. Cancerous spread to nearby lymph nodes can have Advances in technology have also made it possible to see important implications for a patient’s prognosis and the lymph nodes on CT and MRI. Here, nodal enlargement recommended course of treatment. is typically taken to indicate the presence of metastatic disease. The sensitivity of conventional CT and MRI for Prof. Jelle Barentsz, professor of radiology at the the detection of lymph node metastases is only around University Hospital Nijmegen, the Netherlands, will be 30%, though. As a result, surgical lymph node dissection is championing the cause of this often overlooked aspect sometimes used to check whether a cancer has spread. of oncological imaging at ECR 2010. A self-styled ‘musketeer’, he will be leading a new state of the art Size is not the only factor that should be considered when course covering the best of current and future techniques assessing the status of lymph nodes on conventional CT for lymph node evaluation. and MRI, according to Dr. Dow-Mu Koh, a radiologist at the Royal Marsden Hospital in Sutton, U.K. The shape “Ask any clinician. They will say that the recognition of and contour of nodes can also help to indicate whether small metastases is vitally important to the patient. There they have been invaded by cancer cells, as can certain are not too many imaging techniques that can do this at the internal characteristics. Radiologists looking at abdominal moment. In this session, radiologists will be shown how and pelvic nodes could also be looking for calcifications, a variety of novel techniques can solve this challenging heterogeneity, or signs of necrosis, in addition to measuring problem,” he said. nodal diameters, said Koh. In prostate cancer, for example, detection of just one or two He will be posing the following question to ECR 2010 positive lymph nodes rules out curative therapy. Patients delegates: is morphological assessment using CT and MRI with no nodal involvement may have a prostatectomy, useful? whereas those whose cancer has spread to nearby lymph nodes will be treated with hormone therapy or aggressive “We are very reliant on size,” he said. “Size is not always a radiotherapy instead, Barentsz said. Treatment choices also good way of working out whether a node is involved. In fact change for patients with breast cancer and head/neck cancer for some cancers, size is a very poor discriminator.” if lymph node metastases are found. Koh will stress that lymph node imaging findings should PET/CT with the glucose analogue fluorine-18 FDG not be interpreted in isolation. Pathological features of the is regarded as a good way of evaluating lymph node primary tumour must also be taken into account.12
  • 12. www.myesr.org | EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 20101 “You have to think about the behaviour of the tumour, Figure 1: how this tumour would normally spread, and the pathway Post-USPIO T2*-weighted sagital 3T MRI. White nodes (indicated by the the spread is likely to take through the lymph nodes,” he white area) are metastatic, and do not said. contain macrophages with intracellular USPIO. The black, or the partially2 black, nodal regions are normal Contrast-enhanced MRI with a lymph node-specific (indicated by the yellow areas). These agent could improve the sensitivity and specificity further, regions contain macrophages with according to Barentsz. At ECR 2010, he will use his USPIO. (Provided by J. Barentsz) own presentation to outline the future potential of MR imaging with ferumoxtran-10, a lymphotropic, ultrasmall superparamagnetic iron oxide (USPIO) agent. Figure 2: 3D reconstructed USPIO-MRI merged with CT angiography shows pathologic Lymph node imaging with the USPIO agent, known as nodes in red and normal nodes in Combidex in Europe and Sinerem in the U.S., has yielded green. Such images can be used to guide promising results. In particular, the technique’s high selective radiation therapy. (Provided by J. Barentsz) negative predictive value means that surgery can be ruled out if lymph node involvement is not seen on imaging. ‘Just in case’ lymph node dissections should no longer be required, saving time and money and sparing patients unnecessary anxiety and discomfort. Regulatory approval for lymph node imaging with ferumoxtran-10 has yet to be granted. Contrast-enhanced ultrasound is another up-and-coming strategy. This works best when visualising lymph nodes that are close to ultrasound transducer, Barentsz said. Patterns of enhancement are being used to identify small metastases in small lymph nodes, the ‘holy grail’ of lymph node imaging. “I want this course to show that lymph node imaging is back, thanks to developments in ultrasound, PET, contrast agent development, and MRI,” he noted. “I would like to revitalise radiologists’ interest in lymph nodes by showing them not just state-of-the-art techniques but the state of the future art, too.” 13
  • 13. EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 | www.myesr.org New Horizons sessions Friday, March 5, 16:00–17:30 Sunday, March 7, 08:30–10:00 NH 6 Functional imaging in CT: NH 11 MRI of the lungs: Optional or built-in? Light at the end of the tunnel? • hairman’s introduction C • hairman’s introduction C H. Alkadhi; Zurich/CH H.-U. Kauczor; Heidelberg/DE • hat functional CT requires: W C • hallenges for MRI of the lung Speed, coverage, and many slices J.M. Wild; Sheffield/UK P. Rogalla; Berlin/DE • RI of neoplastic and inflammatory M • ulti-energy: An approach to M lung disease functional imaging with CT J. Biederer; Kiel/DE P. Stolzmann; Zurich/CH • RI of pulmonary vascular disease M • unctional cardiac imaging: The blessing of F S. Ley; Heidelberg/DE high spatial and temporal resolution • RI of ventilation and gas exchange M C. Catalano; Rome/IT in airway disease • an CT perfusion monitor tumor therapy C F. Molinari; Rome/IT response? • anel discussion: P V.J. Goh; Northwood/UK MRI of the lung: Can it beat CT? • anel discussion: P Functional imaging with CT: Sunday, March 7, 16:00–17:30 Ready for prime time? NH 14 Hybrid imaging: The radiologic/nuclear sandwich Saturday, March 6, 08:30–10:00 NH 7 Biomarkers: New word, • hairman’s introduction C new world, new work? T.F. Hany; Zurich/CH • ET/CT: Lessons learned from a decade P • hairman’s introduction C G. Antoch; Essen/DE A.R. Padhani; Northwood/UK • ew tracers in hybrid imaging N • iomarkers: What are they? B S. Fanti; Bologna/IT B. Van Beers; Clichy/FR • ybrid imaging in 10 years H • RI biomarkers: Ready in abdomen? M T. Beyer; Zurich/CH D.J. Lomas; Cambridge/UK • anel discussion: P • ET cancer biomarkers at the starting line P Will all imaging become hybrid? E.O. Aboagye; London/UK • iomarkers: An illustrated framework B for development A.R. Padhani; Northwood/UK • anel discussion: P How should we implement biomarkers in clinical practice?14
  • 14. www.myesr.org | EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 State of the Art symposia Friday, March 5, 08:30–10:00 SA 3 Multiple sclerosis update • hairman’s introduction C A. Rovira-Cañellas; Barcelona/ES • RI and histopathological studies M F. Barkhof; Amsterdam/NL • pdate on MRI diagnostic criteria U T.A. Yousry; London/UK • RI as a biomarker M M. Filippi; Milan/IT • anel discussion: P How should we use MRI in the diagnosis and monitoring of multiple sclerosis? Friday, March 5, 16:00–17:30 , SA 6 Adrenals: Small glands, big pro- blems ... and practical solutions • hairman’s introduction: C Five good reasons for the radiologist to image the adrenals Y. Menu; Paris/FR • hat is normal, what is abnormal? W M.-F. Bellin; Le Kremlin-Bicêtre/FR W • hat is abnormal and not a problem? G. Heinz-Peer; Vienna/AT • hat is abnormal and a problem, and W what are the solutions? U.G. Mueller-Lisse; Munich/DE • pilogue: E The practical role of the radiologist facing adrenal masses Sunday, March 7, 14:00–15:30 SA 13 Lymph node imaging: Imaging is back! • hairman’s introduction: C Can US, CT and MRI challenge PET/CT? J.O. Barentsz; Nijmegen/NL • ow and where to use US for nodal diagnosis H L. Solbiati; Busto Arsizio/IT • bdominal and pelvic nodes: Is morpholo- A gical assessment using CT and MR useful? D.-M. Koh; Sutton/UK N • odal staging: MR and beyond? J.O. Barentsz; Nijmegen/NL P • anel discussion: Choosing the right modality: Clinical cases 15
  • 15. EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 | www.myesr.org emergency room experts lay out options for polytrauma imaging By Paula Gould Multiple injuries to identify, multiple modalities to choose from, and the clock is already ticking. Effective management of polytrauma patients is undoubtedly a challenge for radiologists. Ready access to equipment, robust diagnostic protocols, and rapid decision-making are essential to a successful outcome. Speakers at ECR 2010 will explain how this can be achieved. Road traffic accidents in Europe lead to around 40,000 patient management. An ultrasound scan can be completed deaths and well over 1.5 million injuries every year. Many quickly at a patient’s bedside, or even at the site of an accident, of these accident victims will be admitted to hospital with providing important information about abdominal injuries. multiple internal and external injuries. Rapid diagnosis of If the patient has other injuries, however, then why not go the most serious traumatic damage and prompt treatment directly to CT? may be a matter of life or death. “Many people, including myself, say that a very fast CT The critical role that radiologists can play in the survey of the critical regions of the body might be better management of polytrauma patients will be the subject of a for the patient than just a simple x-ray/ultrasound tandem Special Focus session at ECR 2010. Given the time-critical algorithm. This has to be discussed further,” he said. nature of the problem, a strong emphasis will be placed on integration with clinical colleagues and teamwork. Good FAST scanning (focussed assessment with sonography for polytrauma imaging involves more than giving an accurate trauma) is very good at detecting bleeding in the abdomen description of specific injuries, and requires highly efficient or thorax, said Dr. Ulrich Linsenmaier, associate professor logistics, diagnostic algorithms, and examination protocols, of radiology at Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich, according to speakers at the session. Germany, and one of the session’s invited speakers. All polytrauma patients admitted to the Ludwig-Maximilians- “We have to find the optimal way of moving the diagnostic University hospital, which is a level I trauma centre, front line as close to the actual whereabouts of the patient undergo a FAST scan as soon as they arrive, which includes as possible, and then we have to create a diagnostic pathway the pleural space and the pericardium. If severe internal for the patient that is as short as possible,” said Prof. András bleeding is detected, they will progress straight to the Palkό, professor of radiology at the University of Szeged, operating room. Hungary, who will be chairing the session. CT is the next step in the polytrauma imaging pathway The diagnostic work-up of polytrauma patients can vary for patients who do not have bleeds requiring immediate considerably from hospital to hospital, country to country. surgery. Almost all diagnostic questions that conventional Speakers will outline the ways that ultrasound, multidetector radiography used to answer can now be answered by MDCT, CT (MDCT), and interventional radiology can each play a Linsenmaier said. As a result, the role of radiography in this role, though without imposing a prescriptive formula. Local setting has steadily decreased, while the use of whole-body circumstances will always influence protocols, Palkό said. MDCT has become more common. Palkό hopes the session will ignite discussion on the The CT study will ideally be complete within 30 minutes. The competing merits of ultrasound and CT in polytrauma clock starts as soon as the patient arrives in the emergency16
  • 16. www.myesr.org | EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010AB department. Transport to the CT suite, patient positioning, Caption: imaging, image reconstruction and preparation of a Young male patient admitted to ER about 30 minutes after being involved preliminary report for the clinician must then be completed in a road traffic accident. Patient was in in the next half hour. an unstable haemodynamic condition, with clinical signs of multiple skull, chest, and abdominal blunt injuries. “We reach this goal in 75% of patients,” he said. “This allows After measures to stabilise his vital us to make a comprehensive diagnosis of all the patient’s functions, a CT examination of the major injuries.” head, cervical spine, chest, abdomen, and pelvis was performed on a GE LightSpeed 16 machine. The imaging The MDCT examination covers the head, cervical spine, examination revealed no injuries in thorax, and abdomen in a single step. This ‘head to the skull or neck region, but depicted a symphysis’ protocol has never failed to spot a major injury, complex compression fracture of the L1 vertebral body (A, B), pneumothorax, and no patient has been sent home with an undiagnosed and subcutaneous emphysema in theC injury or has received incorrect treatment owing to under- left hemithorax (C), resulting from rib diagnosis, Linsenmaier said. fractures not shown. Avulsion fracture of multiple L vertebral transverse processes (D) and large retroperitoneal Efficient data handling is a key part of the process given haematoma displacing the dystopic that the MDCT study may generate up to 2,500 images. right kidney (E) were also observed. (Provided by A. Palkό) The technologist charged with image reconstruction must be experienced at handling complex CT scans. Radiologists then review the reconstructed images on a workstation adjacent to the scanner rather than a PACS console, a practice known as volume image reading. Linsenmaier endorses the need for cooperation between radiologists and clinicians in trauma teams. He alsoD advocates further subspecialisation of emergency radiologyE in Europe. The European Society of Radiology intends to form a working group on emergency radiology as a step in this direction, he said. 17
  • 17. EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 | www.myesr.org Special Focus sessions Thursday, March 4, 16:00–17:30 Friday, March 5, 08:30–10:00 SF 2 Optimal imaging of muscle SF 3b Imaging the polytrauma patient pathology • hairman’s introduction C • hairman’s introduction C A. Palkó; Szeged/HU C. Martinoli; Genoa/IT W • ho, when and where: The role of the A • dvanced techniques in MRI and functio- radiologist in the trauma team nal imaging of muscle, dynamic ultrasound G. Schueller; Vienna/AT and contrast agents • ront line sonography F M.-A. Weber; Heidelberg/DE E. Danse; Brussels/BE • ports-related muscle injuries: Temporal S • DCT as the single best solution M changes and when to return to play U. Linsenmaier; Munich/DE D. Connell; Stanmore/UK • e growing importance of interventional Th • schemic and inflammatory conditions: I radiology What we can see and what is important for T. Jargiello; Lublin/PL the clinician • anel discussion: P A. Cotten; Lille/FR Imaging in polytrauma: M • uscle tumors, non-neoplastic masses and How can we help most? mimickers: How to differentiate K. Wörtler; Munich/DE Friday, March 5, 08:30–10:00 • anel discussion: P SF 3c Pediatric non-traumatic emer- An outlook to the future: Muscle imaging gencies: What we must know! between morphology and function • hairman’s introduction C Friday, March 5, 08:30–10:00 M. Raissaki; Iraklion/GR SF 3a Diffusion-weighted imaging of N • eurological emergencies the abdomen: A new tool for C. Garel; Paris/FR oncologic imaging? • oracic emergencies Th C.E. de Lange; Oslo/NO • hairman’s introduction C • bdominal emergencies A F. Caseiro-Alves; Coimbra/PT S.G.F. Robben; Maastricht/NL • iffusion imaging: From theory to protocol D • usculoskeletal emergencies M development K.J. Johnson; Birmingham/UK D.-M. Koh; Sutton/UK • anel discussion: P • ocal liver lesions: What can we expect? F How to manage the stressed pediatrician M. Lewin; Paris/FR • ancreatic neoplasms: Is DWI helpful? P Friday, March 5, 08:30–10:00 C. Matos; Brussels/BE SF 3d Fetal body MRI P • elvic cancers and lymph node imaging: The PET competitor? • hairman’s introduction C S. Gourtsoyianni; Iraklion/GR M. Bekiesinska-Figatowska; Warsaw/PL • anel discussion: P • RI of the thorax M Is DWI ready for routine use in oncological P. Eliás; Hradec Králové/CZ practice? • RI of the abdomen M T.A.G.M. Huisman; Baltimore, MD/US • RI of the skeleton M D. Prayer; Vienna/AT • anel discussion: P Superspecialised examination or a task of the general radiologist?18
  • 18. www.myesr.org | EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 Special Focus sessionsFriday, March 5, 16:00–17:30 Saturday, March 6, 16:00-17:30SF 6 Imaging of cardiomyopathies SF 10a New insights in breast imaging • hairman’s introduction C • hairman’s introduction C V.E. Sinitsyn; Moscow/RU E. Azavedo; Stockholm/SE I • maging of cardiomyopathies: What is T • omosynthesis in breast imaging: important for the cardiologist? Tomorrow’s mammography? J. Schulz-Menger; Berlin/DE K.C. Young; Guildford/UK • RI and MDCT in dilated cardiomyopathy M • dvances in breast ultrasound A J. Bogaert; Leuven/BE T.J. Popiela; Krakow/PL • RI and MDCT in hypertrophic M • reast specific gamma imaging: B cardiomyopathy A novel, physiologic approach to M. Gutberlet; Leipzig/DE breast cancer diagnosis • ncharted waters: Unclassified and rare U R.F. Brem; Washington, DC/US cardiomyopathies • anel discussion: P J.D. Dodd; Dublin/IE How should we integrate modern technology • anel discussion: P into our clinical diagnostic routines Imaging of cardiomyopathies: A wake-up call for the general radiologist Saturday, March 6, 16:00-17:30 SF 10b Breast cancer: How to evaluateSaturday, March 6, 08:30–10:00 response to treatmentSF 7a Cardiac CT: Imaging beyond the coronaries • hairman’s introduction C T.H. Helbich; Vienna/AT • hairman’s introduction C • rom genes to surgical outcome F K. Nikolaou; Munich/DE M. Gnant; Vienna/AT M • yocardial and valvular function • ammography and ultrasound M T.R.C. Johnson; Munich/DE S. Delorme; Heidelberg/DE • yocardial viability and perfusion M • RI and more M J.-F. Paul; Le Plessis Robinson/FR F. Sardanelli; Milan/IT • ongenital heart disease C • ET, PET/CT and more P S. Leschka; Zurich/CH B. Sharma; Sutton/UK • anel discussion: PSaturday, March 6, 08:30–10:00 Can we still trust oncologists’ fingers?SF 7b Present and future direction of ultrasound Sunday, March 7, 16:00-17:30 SF 14 Imaging in ENT emergencies • hairman’s introduction C L.E. Derchi; Genoa/IT • hairman’s introduction C • linical applications of US contrast media: C B. Verbist; Leiden/NL Present guidelines • mergencies of the sinonasal cavities and E M. Claudon; Vandoeuvre-les-Nancy/FR the anterior skull base • lastography: Clinical tool or toy? E J.W. Casselman; Bruges/BE G. Rizzatto; Gorizia/IT • mergencies of the ear E • olume US in clinical practice for the V F. Veillon; Strasbourg/FR radiologist • mergencies of the neck E S.T. Elliott; Newcastle upon Tyne/UK M. Becker; Geneva/CH • anel discussion: P • anel discussion: P Will ultrasound remain only the stetho- Good reasons for performing CT and MRI scope of the clinician? in emergencies 19
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  • 20. www.myesr.org | EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 Special Focus sessionsMonday, March 8, 08:30–10:00 Monday, March 8, 08:30–10:00SF 15a Acute aortic syndrome SF 15c Vascular ultrasound imaging: When and how • hairman’s introduction C J. Lammer; Vienna/AT • hairman’s introduction C • echnique, advantages and limitations of T B. Brkljacic; Zagreb/HR CTA and MRA • ot only imaging: A window on physiology N V. Bérczi; Budapest/HU C. Deane; London/UK • ey imaging findings that allow distinction K • arotid stenosis and vulnerable plaque C among the various aortic pathologies D. Gaitini; Haifa/IL F. Fanelli; Rome/IT • lanning and follow-up of endovascular P • ndovascular management of acute type B E procedures dissection Z. Morvay; Szeged/HU H. Rousseau; Toulouse/FR • VT diagnosis and mimics D • ndovascular management of thoracic E G. Ivanac; Zagreb/HR aortic rupture • anel discussion: P R. Morgan; London/UK Why is vascular US underutilised in • anel discussion: P radiology departments? When is it time for the diagnostic radiologist to call the interventionalist or Monday, March 8, 16:00–17:30 surgeon urgently? SF 18 Renal cancer: Old problems, new solutionsMonday, March 8, 08:30–10:00SF 15b Diffusion-weighted imaging of • hairman’s introduction C the CNS beyond stroke A. Magnusson; Uppsala/SE • DCT of renal cancer M • hairman’s introduction C A. Cieszanowski; Warsaw/PL S. Sunaert; Leuven/BE • S and MRI U • WI in focal non-ischemic brain lesions D t.b.a. E.-M. Law; Los Angeles, CA/US • umor ablation T • WI in diffuse non-ischemic brain and D A. Adam; London/UK spine pathology • anel discussion: P M. Mascalchi; Florence/IT 1. ow should we image and stage the H • WI: Use of advanced diffusion markers in D patient with suspected renal cancer? non-infarct lesions 2. Is tumor ablation here to stay? W. Van Hecke; Antwerp/BE • anel discussion: P DWI: A window on histology and physiopathology? 21
  • 21. EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 | www.myesr.org Preparing for tomorrow today By Mélisande Rouger From training to management, numerous challenges await 2005, increasing the time allocated to subspecialisation to radiologists in the future. And in the face of constant two years while decreasing general training to three years. evolution in medicine, the role radiologists will play in innovative multidisciplinary fields such as molecular Radiologists now also need to address challenges brought imaging needs to be discussed now. This is what a by the imaging technique of the future: molecular imaging. professional challenges session will offer to do at ECR 2010. One difficulty they must face is finding their place in a multidisciplinary environment. First, the control of PET To prepare future radiologists, it is necessary to update scanning, a widely used modality in molecular imaging, the curriculum for training in radiology, bearing in mind sparks off turf battles with nuclear medicine in most alarming demographic projections. The next ten years European countries. Then, radiologists are operating within will indeed see a significant decrease in the number of multidisciplinary teams together with physicians, biologists, radiologists in Europe, which will have adverse effects on physicists and chemists, but their role in this research the quality of healthcare. In France, restricted access to work is not necessarily essential. They have been involved medical universities through admission examinations has in the early steps thanks to pioneers such as Prof. Gabriel already led to a reduction in the workforce. Combined with Krestin, founder of the European Institute for Biomedical the looming retirement of the last baby boomers, this will Imaging Research (EIBIR), who will present the chapter leave radiology departments short of professionals. “This on molecular imaging at ECR 2010. However, radiologists is going to have a huge impact, maybe less so in other could play a key role in transferring research work to the test countries, but in France this is a real problem. We need to be phase, Grenier believes. But for this, they must absolutely aware of that today to prepare ourselves for what’s coming,” secure their place in research teams as of today. said Prof. Philippe Grenier, who will chair the session. Finally, radiology could defend itself better in turf battles Constant progress in medical imaging and the development and to the authorities if it communicated more effectively of new therapeutic and diagnostic strategies mean that and efficiently. “I think radiologists in general do not yet some subspecialties need to be better represented in realise how important it is to show the efficiency and quality the curriculum. Cardiac radiology is one of them, but of their services,” said Grenier. Participants will be informed interventional radiology and molecular imaging must gain on these issues by Mathias Goyen, Doctor at the University importance as well. Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf in Hamburg, Germany, and CEO of UKE Consult und Management Subspecialisation in radiology necessitates more in-depth GmbH, a company specialising in the consulting and clinical knowledge, whether it is in gastroenterology for development of healthcare projects. Communicating their a digestive radiologist or orthopaedics for an articular standards, taking the necessary managerial steps, but also radiologist for instance. But the risk of radiologists providing more information to patients, on radiation specialising too far is that radiology as a discipline may for instance, is how radiologists could improve their disintegrate. “We need to maintain a common trunk in disciplinary strategy. radiology, for economic reasons but also to guarantee efficiency, quality control, and ensure 24/7 healthcare. We Numerous challenges face imaging, but there are reasons to need a single house for radiology,” explained Grenier, who is be optimistic, Grenier believes. For instance, teleradiology Chairman of the Department of Radiology and head of the could help to reduce the effects of the impending lack of medical board at the Hôpital La Pitié-Salpêtrière in Paris, radiologists. This, and other solutions will be debated France. Together with ESR Past President Prof. Ian McCall, during the session, and participants are extremely welcome who will present this topic, he updated the curriculum in to present their ideas.22
  • 22. www.myesr.org | EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 Professional Challenges sessionsFriday, March 5, 08:30–10:00 Sunday, March 7, 16:00–17:30PC 3 Teaching: Art, habit or science? PC 14 Radiology and the law • hairman’s introduction: C • hairman’s introduction C Teaching and education – help yourself: E. Breatnach; Dublin/IE Requirements for the future of radiology R • adiologic communications: J.E. Wildberger; Maastricht/NL Dilemmas and pitfalls C • linical teaching: Avoid the yawn L. Berlin; Skokie, IL/US R. Greif; Berne/CH • edical negligence: M • linical teaching: C The lawyer’s perspective The young doctor’s perspective G. Loibner; Vienna/AT C. Nyhsen; Sunderland/UK • uropean legislation big brother: What the E • -Learning: Concept for the future? e practitioner should know to avoid being R. Fowler; Leeds/UK sued and what to do if you are • uality and outcome for Q R. FitzGerald; Wolverhampton/UK teaching in radiology P • anel discussion: S. Kolkman; Amsterdam/NL Illustrative cases on: T • each the teacher M 1. edico-legal consequences of poor M. Hofer; Düsseldorf/DE radiology communication. • anel discussion: P 2. hat is an ‘acceptable’ error rate for W Teaching and education in radiology: radiologists? Well-prepared for the future? 3. anel advice on how to reduce one’s P medico-legal vulnerability.Saturday, March 6, 16:00–17:30PC 10 Joint Session of ESR and Monday, March 8, 16:00–17:30 EANM (European Association of PC 18 Radiation protection Nuclear Medicine) • hairman’s introduction C Programme to be announced E. Vaño; Madrid/ES • ew European Directive on NSunday, March 7, 14:00–15:30 basic safety standardsPC 13 The radiologist of the future: E. Vaño; Madrid/ES Challenges and changes • e ALARA medical network Th P. Vock; Berne/CH • hairman’s introduction C P.A. Grenier; Paris/FR • adiation protection training and practice: R Bridging the gap • ow to train the radiologists of H M.M. Rehani; Vienna/AT the 21st century I.W. McCall; Oswestry/UK • anel discussion: P What do radiologists need to know about • olecular imaging and therapy: M the new recommendations of the ICRP and Turf battle to lose or to win the new European Directive? G.P. Krestin; Rotterdam/NL • arketing in radiology: M Evil or guardian angel M. Goyen; Hamburg/DE • anel discussion: P Can we be optimistic? ... Yes we can! 23
  • 23. EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 | www.myesr.org New ways to image lung diseases must be introduced in clinical routine By Mélisande Rouger Lung imaging has changed over the past few years as new “We used to image the tumour to measure it and see if it had techniques have been introduced, but not all thoracic grown, but now our focus has changed. Imaging can offer radiologists are aware of this evolution, which could very precise answers to these new, targeted treatments,” significantly improve patient’s management. A dedicated Rémy-Jardin said. categorical course at ECR 2010 will present the latest developments in this field. Scintigraphy has long been regarded as the only way to perform lung perfusion imaging. However, CT and MRI Divided into six chapters, the course will first focus on have garnered researchers’ attention over the past three chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) in smokers. years, as both techniques offer more precise results. CT’s COPD was long thought to affect only the bronchial tree biggest advantage over MRI is that it enables perfusion and and lungs, but it is now established that COPD also affects diagnosis to be done during the same examination. But the cardiovascular system and particularly the heart. When research is also progressing in MRI, and the course will performing a CT scan of a smoker’s lungs, it is thus important emphasise this point through various clinical cases. for radiologists to consider whether they should image the heart as well, explained Prof. Martine Rémy-Jardin, who will New technologies lead radiologists to use more and more coordinate the sessions. New protocols in morphological and volumetric CT, which allows one to scan the whole thorax functional CT will be presented, as well as recent research but also exposes patients to high doses of radiation. By in MRI. comparison, imaging with sequential cuts is ten times less irradiating, and might be more pertinent in some cases. Other respiratory diseases may also have an effect on the Alternatives to CT are particularly relevant in the follow- heart, especially if they worsen. Acute pulmonary embolism up of pulmonary diseases, since one can focus on a precise and many other acute and chronic thoracic diseases may location instead of screening the whole thorax again. alter cardiac function. A cardiothoracic CT examination is now possible in only one acquisition, and radiologists need Participants are invited to take part in discussions on to know this to adapt their protocols. how to optimise volumetric protocols. “We use a slightly provocative approach to start the debates by asking ‘Is New horizons are also visible in the management of volumetric CT the only way of scanning lung diseases? pulmonary tumours. One new therapeutic approach consists If yes, in which cases? What are the alternatives to it, and of destroying neovessels that develop in a tumour to dry it when should we use them?’ It is easy to put in place, but we out. Researchers have worked a lot on angiogenic treatments need to reach a consensus, so this is why we need to discuss for the past few years and radiologists should make it,” Rémy-Jardin explained. themselves aware of these developments, said Rémy-Jardin, who is head of the Department of Radiology and Chairman Finally, the course will focus on the interaction between of the Department of Thoracic Imaging at the Hôpital endoscopists and radiologists, to inform the latter of new Calmette of the University Center of Lille, France. developments in endoscopy and improve cooperation Chemotherapy and radiotherapy have changed, and these between both disciplines. new treatments change the way radiologists manage patients by creating new ways to perform examinations, she added. Presenting thoracic radiologists with new facets of their work and discussing them with all the actors involved – For instance, one innovation developed by Rémy-Jardin’s pneumologists, endoscopists, nuclear doctors, cardiologists, team enables depiction of the number of neovessels in a etc. – can only help to improve the radiologist’s contribution tumour using CT. Dr. Nunzia Tacelli, who worked for two to patient management. years at the Hôpital Calmette, will tell participants how to do so with CT tumoral angiogenesis analysis.24
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  • 25. EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 | www.myesr.org Categorical Courses Radiology of the Spine in 2010 Thursday, March 4, 16:00–17:30 Saturday, March 6, 16:00–17:30 CC 216 Back to basics: CC 1016 Bones: What you should know! Protocols for the spine Moderator: V. Hadjidekov; Sofia/BG Moderator: I. Cravo; Lisbon/PT P A. rimary and secondary tumors A. e role of the plain films Th of the bony spine J.-L. Drapé; Paris/FR J.W.M. Van Goethem; Antwerp/BE B. T protocols for the spine C B. raumatic bone injury T B. Tins; Oswestry/UK M. Stajgis; Poznan/PL C. R protocols for the spine M S C. pinal infections: J. Hodler; Zurich/CH More common than expected? E.T. Tali; Ankara/TR Friday, March 5, 08:30–10:00 CC 316 Common spinal ‘problems’ Sunday, March 7, 08:30–10:00 CC 1116 Advanced imaging techniques in Moderator: I.M. Björkman-Burtscher; Lund/SE the spine A. Myelopathy’: ‘ Easy way to the correct diagnosis Moderator: M. Leonardi; Bologna/IT M.M. Thurnher; Vienna/AT A. enign vs malignant fracture B B. ongenital anomalies made ‘easy’ C in the spine A. Rossi; Genoa/IT A. Baur-Melnyk; Munich/DE E C. xtradural spinal tumors B. maging in low back pain I P.C. Maly Sundgren; Malmö/SE A. Stäbler; Munich/DE C. T spinal imaging 3 Friday, March 5, 16:00–17:30 E.-M. Law; Los Angeles, CA/US CC 616 Discs: Old problems and new solutions Monday, March 8, 16:00–17:30 CC 1816 Spinal intervention: Moderator: A.D. Gouliamos; Athens/GR A new level of success A. pinal stenosis: How do you measure it? S M. Gallucci; L’Aquila/IT Moderator: M. Serrallonga; Barcelona/ES B. egenerative disc disease D A. mage-guided pain management I L. van den Hauwe; Brasschaat/BE B.A. Johnson; Minneapolis, MN/US C. inimally invasive therapies for M B. ement augmentation: C discogenic disease Patient and treatment selection M. Muto; Naples/IT G.H. Zoarski; Baltimore, MD/US C. pinal interventions beyond S Saturday, March 6, 08:30–10:00 vertebroplasty CC 716 Spinal cord: Difficult but A. Gangi; Strasbourg/FR devastating diagnoses Moderator: D. Balériaux; Brussels/BE A. emyelinating diseases of the spinal cord D A. Rovira-Cañellas; Barcelona/ES B. pinal cord tumors S C. Mueller-Mang; Vienna/AT C. ascular disorders of the spinal cord V T. Krings; Toronto, ON/CA26
  • 26. www.myesr.org | EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 Categorical Courses Radiology in Abdominal EmergenciesSaturday, March 6, 16:00–17:30 Monday, March 8, 08:30–10:00CC 1017 Missing perfusion: CC 1517 The acute abdomen Abdominal ischemic disease Moderator: S.O. Schönberg; Mannheim/DE Moderator: N. Gourtsoyiannis; Iraklion/GR A A. bdominal hernias M A. esenteric angiography: G. Brancatelli; Palermo/IT Diagnostic and therapeutic approach B. e wrong twist: Mesenteric and Th J. Lammer; Vienna/AT omental torsion B. e black bowel Th M. Macari; New York, NY/US P. Rogalla; Berlin/DE A C. cute stages in neoplastic diseases C. linical management: C J.A. Guthrie; Leeds/UK What you need to know D.E. Malone; Dublin/IE Monday, March 8, 16:00–17:30 CC 1817 When time mattersSunday, March 7, 08:30–10:00CC 1117 The hole in the guts Moderator: R.A. Novelline; Boston, MA/US A. mergency room: E Moderator: S. Puri; New Delhi/IN When radiologists can save lives A. asting time with plain radiography? W O. Chan; London/UK M. Laniado; Dresden/DE B. upture of solid organs R B. efining the role of US D J. Cazejust; Paris/FR J.B.C.M. Puylaert; The Hague/NL C. ntestinal haemorrhage I C. n search of the hole: CT I N. Elmas; Izmir/TR A. Laghi; Latina/ITSunday, March 7, 16:00–17:30CC 1417 Inflammation and oedema Moderator: J.-M. Bruel; Montpellier/FR A. e three musketeers: Appendicitis, Th diverticulitis, colitis J. Stoker; Amsterdam/NL L B. iver and biliary tree J.A. Soto; Boston, MA/US C. ancreatitis: Common and critical P P.R. Ros; Cleveland, OH/US 27
  • 27. EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 | www.myesr.org Categorical Courses Imaging in Lung Diseases Thursday, March 4, 16:00–17:30 CC 218 COPD: A disorder of the respiratory and cardiovascular systems Moderator: E.E.J.G. Coche; Brussels/BE N A. ew facets of an old disease A.A. Bankier; Boston, MA/US B. orphology and function with CT: M Myth or reality? M. Rémy-Jardin; Lille/FR C. unctional MRI F H.-U. Kauczor; Heidelberg/DE Friday, March 5, 08:30–10:00 CC 318 Cardiothoracic CT: One-stop-shop procedure? Moderator: P. Herzog; Munich/DE A. ow to assess cardiac function from a H chest CT angiographic examination G.W. Gladish; Houston, TX/US B. mpact in the management of acute I pulmonary embolism I. Hartmann; Rotterdam/NL C. linical usefulness in chronic thoracic C diseases T. Franquet; Barcelona/ES Saturday, March 6, 16:00–17:30 CC 1018 Beyond morphological analysis of lung tumors Moderator: C. Beigelman-Aubry; Paris/FR A. ew therapeutic horizons: N What do radiologists need to know? E.F. Patz, Jr.; Durham, NC/US B. umoral angiogenesis with CT T N. Tacelli; Lille/FR C. uclear imaging N N. Howarth; Chêne-Bougeries/CH28
  • 28. www.myesr.org | EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 Categorical Courses Imaging in Lung Diseases Sunday, March 7, 14:00–15:30 CC 1318 Lung perfusion imaging: CT or MR? Moderator: A.R. Larici; Rome/IT T A. echnological basis for lung perfusion with CT B. Ghaye; Liège/BE B. linical experience with CT C F. Pontana; Lille/FR C. R perfusion imaging M S. Ley; Heidelberg/DE Sunday, March 7, 16:00–17:30 CC 1418 Is volumetric CT the only way of scanning lung diseases? Moderator: J. Rémy; Lille/FR A. adiation dose and chest CT imaging R D. Tack; Baudour/BE B. ptimisation of volumetric CT protocols O M. Prokop; Utrecht/NL C. lternatives to volumetric CT A S.R. Desai; London/UK Monday, March 8, 08:30–10:00 CC 1518 New interactions between radiologists and endoscopists Moderator: M. Boijsen; Gothenburg/SE A. maging of lymph nodes: I We can do better C. Mueller-Mang; Vienna/AT B. irect nodal sampling by echoendoscopy: D The clinician’s expectations F.J.F. Herth; Heidelberg/DE C. mage-guided endoscopy and I biopsy of lung nodules C.-H. Marquette; Nice/FR 29
  • 29. EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 | www.myesr.org Mini Mini Courses Organs from A to Z: Liver Courses Extremity Joint MRI Sunday, March 7, 08:30–10:00 Saturday, March 6, 16:00–17:30 MC 1119 Anatomy and techniques MC 1025 Lower extremity: Anatomy, variants and pitfalls Moderator: S.C. Efremidis; Ioannina/GR E A. ssentials of liver anatomy and Moderator: M. Shahabpour; Brussels/BE multimodality display H A. ip W. Schima; Vienna/AT E. Llopis; Valencia/ES B. e correct protocols for CT and MR Th B. nee K B. Marincek; Zurich/CH B. Vande Berg; Brussels/BE I C. maging the function and structure in C. oot and ankle F clinical practice N. Saupe; Zurich/CH Y. Menu; Paris/FR Sunday, March 7, 14:00–15:30 Sunday, March 7, 14:00–15:30 MC 1325 Upper extremity: MC 1319 Diffuse liver diseases Anatomy, variants and pitfalls Moderator: A. Besim; Ankara/TR Moderator: M. Rupreht; Maribor/SI A. ssessment of diffuse liver disease A A. houlder S (including cirrhosis) K. Wörtler; Munich/DE L. Martí-Bonmatí; Valencia/ES B. lbow E B. nfectious diseases of the liver I M. Zanetti; Zurich/CH O. Akhan; Ankara/TR C. rist W C. ascular diseases of the liver: V A.H. Karantanas; Iraklion/GR Detection and role of transplantation V. Vilgrain; Clichy/FR Monday, March 8, 08:30–10:00 MC 1519 Primary liver tumors Moderator: B.I. Choi; Seoul/KR A. enign liver tumors B F. Caseiro-Alves; Coimbra/PT B. maging of hepatocellular carcinoma I C. Bartolozzi; Pisa/IT C. ther primary malignant liver tumors O R. Manfredi; Verona/IT Monday, March 8, 16:00–17:30 MC 1819 Liver tumors and management Moderator: P.L. Pereira; Heilbronn/DE A. iver metastases L A. Palkó; Szeged/HU B. taging of liver tumors and treatment S planning: When and how to treat A.R. Gillams; London/UK C. valuation of tumor response to treatment E T.K. Helmberger; Munich/DE30
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  • 31. EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 | www.myesr.org Refresher Courses Abdominal and Gastrointestinal Thursday, March 4, 16:00–17:30 Sunday, March 7, 08:30–10:00 RC 201 Gastroesophageal cancer: Is RC 1101 Rectal cancer modern imaging accurate enough? Moderator: H. Trillaud; Bordeaux/FR Moderator: F.-T. Fork; Malmö/SE S A. taging with US and CT R A. ole of US, EUS and CEUS A. Maier; Vienna/AT S.A. Roberts; Cardiff/UK B. taging with MRI S B. ole of CT and MRI R C. Hoeffel; Reims/FR E.J. Rummeny; Munich/DE C. ollow-up F C. ole of PET/CT R G. Brown; Sutton/UK W.L. Wong; Northwood/UK Monday, March 8, 08:30–10:00 Friday, March 5, 08:30–10:00 RC 1501 CT colonography: RC 301 Quantification of liver All the relevant aspects processes: Defining biomarkers Moderator: A.K. Dixon; Cambridge/UK Moderator: M.A. Bali; Brussels/BE A. tate-of-the-art technique S A. teatosis S F. Iafrate; Rome/IT P. Chevallier; Nice/FR B. voiding traps or pitfalls A B. ron overload I P. Lefere; Roeselare/BE J.M. Alústiza; San Sebastián/ES C. vidence based results? E C. ibrosis F S.A. Taylor; London/UK B. Van Beers; Clichy/FR Monday, March 8, 16:00–17:30 Friday, March 5, 16:00–17:30 RC 1801 Crohn’s disease: RC 601 Tumor follow-up evaluation: Techniques and results Which modality for what? Moderator: F. Maccioni; Rome/IT Moderator: S. Terraz; Geneva/CH A. ole of US R A. S and CEUS U V. Válek; Brno/CZ T. Rettenbacher; Innsbruck/AT B. RI and MR-related tools M B. T and MRI perfusion C S. Gourtsoyianni; Iraklion/GR F. Berger; Munich/DE C. T vs MRI C C. R diffusion M M.A. Patak; Berne/CH C. Della Pina; Pisa/IT Saturday, March 6, 08:30–10:00 RC 701 Abdominal MRI: Protocols that work Moderator: L. Grazioli; Brescia/IT A. iver L W. Schima; Vienna/AT B. mall bowel and colon S N. Papanikolaou; Iraklion/GR C. ancreas and bile ducts P C. Matos; Brussels/BE32
  • 32. www.myesr.org | EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 Refresher Courses BreastThursday, March 4, 16:00–17:30 Sunday, March 7, 14:00–15:30RC 202 Breast US RC 1302 Screening programmes: New challenges Moderator: G. Rizzatto; Gorizia/IT A. ltrasound and BI-RADS U Moderator: S.B. Grover; New Delhi/IN H.M. Zonderland; Amsterdam/NL A. igital mammography screening D B. e role of ultrasound in premalignant Th M. Yaffe; Toronto, ON/CA and benign lesions B. re CAD systems of any help in screening? A I. Leconte; Brussels/BE P.A.T. Baltzer; Jena/DE C. xillary tail and US A S C. creening with MRI: The future? E.E. Deurloo; Amsterdam/NL H. Dobson; Glasgow/UKFriday, March 5, 16:00–17:30 Sunday, March 7, 16:00–17:30RC 602 Breast MRI: Lesion RC 1402 Detection of ductal characterisation carcinoma in situ Moderator: K. Kinkel; Chêne-Bougeries/CH Moderator: G. Forrai; Budapest/HU A. orphology and kinetics at CE dynamic M A. ammography M imaging B. Brancato; Florence/IT G. Esen; Istanbul/TR B. ltrasound U B. verdiagnosis by breast MRI? O C.F. Weismann; Salzburg/AT F. Sardanelli; Milan/IT C. R imaging M C. ow to improve specificity of breast MRI? H R.A. Kubik-Huch; Baden/CH J. Veltman; Nijmegen/NLSunday, March 7, 08:30–10:00RC 1102 Interventional techniques Moderator: R. Schulz-Wendtland; Erlangen/DE A. S-guided core biopsy U L. Apesteguía; Pamplona/ES S B. tereotactic large core biopsy P.D. Britton; Cambridge/UK C. n update on MR-guided wide A excision biopsy S.H. Heywang-Köbrunner; Munich/DE 33
  • 33. EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 | www.myesr.org Refresher Courses Cardiac Thursday, March 4, 16:00–17:30 RC 203 Tips and tricks to improve your image quality Moderator: T. Bader; Vienna/AT S A. harp CT images with little radiation L. Lehmkuhl; Leipzig/DE B. lear MR images without artefacts C J. Bremerich; Basle/CH C. escuing the examination R with post-processing P.M.A. van Ooijen; Groningen/NL Friday, March 5, 08:30–10:00 RC 303 Systematic approach to congenital heart disease (CHD) Moderator: A. de Roos; Leiden/NL A. chocardiography: The first line modality E H. Abdul-Khaliq; Homburg a.d. Saar/DE B. RI: Getting more specific M P. Beerbaum; London/UK C. DCT: Filling the gap M A. Küttner; Erlangen/DE Sunday, March 7, 16:00–17:30 RC 1403 Valvular heart disease Moderator: F. Cademartiri; Parma/IT A. chocardiography: E Clinical standard with limitations M.R. Rees; Gwynedd/UK B. omputed tomography: C More than calcification! A. Lembcke; Berlin/DE C. agnetic resonance: M Value of flow measurements N.L. Kelekis; Athens/GR Monday, March 8, 08:30–10:00 RC 1503 Imaging coronary artery disease (CAD) Moderator: G. Roditi; Glasgow/UK A. T of coronary arteries: C Luminography and beyond H. Alkadhi; Zurich/CH B. RI: What can it provide in CAD? M L. Natale; Rome/IT C. RI and MDCT: Complementary or M competitive? K. Nikolaou; Munich/DE34
  • 34. www.myesr.org | EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 Refresher Courses ChestFriday, March 5, 16:00–17:30 Sunday, March 7, 08:30–10:00RC 604 Hot CT issues in clinical practice RC 1104 Bedside chest imaging Moderator: C. Schaefer-Prokop; Amsterdam/NL Moderator: J. Neuwirth; Prague/CZ A. ow to manage incidentally found H B A. edside chest radiography: pulmonary nodules Technical aspects and main results L. Bonomo; Rome/IT E. Eisenhuber; Vienna/AT B. ptimising and minimising radiation dose O B. ole of bedside ultrasonography R D. Tack; Baudour/BE of the thorax P C. henotyping and interventions in COPD K. Vidmar Kocijancic; Ljubljana/SI P.A. Grenier; Paris/FR C. adiologic-guided bedside interventions R of the thoraxSaturday, March 6, 08:30–10:00 F. Gleeson; Oxford/UKRC 704 ‘Known’ conditions revisited Sunday, March 7, 14:00–15:30 Moderator: M.-L. Storto; Chieti/IT RC 1304 Airways evaluation A. n approach to cystic lung A disease on HRCT Moderator: S. Matthews; Sheffield/UK A. Devaraj; Cambridge/UK A. olume CT assessment of diffuse diseases V B. nder-recognised infections in immune U of the airways competent individuals G.R. Ferretti; Grenoble/FR T. Franquet; Barcelona/ES B. uantitative assessment of the airways Q C. maging of thoracic tuberculosis I F. Laurent; Pessac/FR I.E. Tyurin; Moscow/RU C. T quantification of pulmonary C emphysemaSaturday, March 6, 16:00–17:30 P.A. Gevenois; Brussels/BERC 1004 Chest in the emergency room Monday, March 8, 16:00–17:30 Moderator: A.P. Parkar; Bergen/NO RC 1804 Non-small cell lung cancer A. an chest radiography tell you the C whole truth? Moderator: Ç. Atasoy; Ankara/TR K. Malagari; Athens/GR A. pdate in TNM classification U T B. riple rule-out CT in atypical chest pain: S. Diederich; Düsseldorf/DE Must or luxury? B. ET/CT in lung cancer P G. Savino; Rome/IT N. Howarth; Chêne-Bougeries/CH C. maging of chest trauma I C. adiofrequency ablation of NSCLC: R A. Oikonomou; Alexandroupolis/GR Current status T. de Baère; Villejuif/FR 35
  • 35. EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 | www.myesr.org Refresher Courses Computer Applications Thursday, March 4, 16:00–17:30 RC 205 Image sharing Moderator: A. Abildgaard; Oslo/NO E A. xchange of imaging data with portable media (CD, DVD, USB) N.H. Strickland; London/UK B. mages crossing borders: I What about administration and law? H.K. Pohjonen; Espoo/FI C. mage compression: Acceptable? I Unacceptable? Any decision yet? E. Kotter; Freiburg/DE Monday, March 8, 16:00–17:30 RC 1805 PACS: Evolution Moderator: J. Chabriais; Aurillac/FR A. ow to improve PACS with open source H software O. Ratib; Geneva/CH B. ow PACS is useful for eLearning H P. Pokieser; Vienna/AT C. hat radiologists should know about the W use of PACS in surgical procedures E. Neri; Pisa/IT36
  • 36. www.myesr.org | EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 Refresher CoursesMolecular Imaging and Contrast Media Friday, March 5, 16:00–17:30 RC 606 Organ-specific and future contrast media in MRI Moderator: A.J. van der Molen; Leiden/NL R A. eal added value of liver-specific contrast media O. Clément; Paris/FR B. ontrast for atherosclerosis imaging C J.H. Gillard; Cambridge/UK C. EST-type contrast media in MRI C J.W.M. Bulte; Baltimore, MD/US Sunday, March 7, 16:00–17:30 RC 1406 Molecular imaging probes on your doorstep Moderator: J.Å. Jakobsen; Oslo/NO A. PIO and USPIO probes for S inflammatory diseases N. Grenier; Bordeaux/FR B. ulti-functional MRI for assessing novel M therapies: Decision tools or decorations? A.R. Padhani; Northwood/UK C. RI cell tracking M J.W.M. Bulte; Baltimore, MD/US 37
  • 37. EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 | www.myesr.org Refresher Courses Genitourinary Friday, March 5, 08:30–10:00 Saturday, March 6, 16:00–17:30 RC 307 Female infertility RC 1007 Kidney: Imaging and intervention Moderator: E. Kuligowska; Boston, MA/US Moderator: R. Stern Padovan; Zagreb/HR ‘ A. Functional imaging’ of the A A. ngiomyolipoma: A review ovary for everybody N. Grenier; Bordeaux/FR M. Weston; Leeds/UK B. e (not so) rare malignant tumors Th B. elvic endometriosis: P of the kidney Why is it commonly overlooked? P. Hallscheidt; Heidelberg/DE G. Restaino; Campobasso/IT R C. adiofrequency and cryotherapy of C. nderstanding gynecologic malformations U renal tumors: Techniques, results F.M. Danza; Rome/IT and complications J.-M. Correas; Paris/FR Friday, March 5, 16:00–17:30 RC 607 Imaging of the scrotum and penis Sunday, March 7, 14:00–15:30 RC 1307 Uterus: Imaging and intervention Moderator: B. Brkljačić; Zagreb/HR A. cute scrotum A Moderator: R. Forstner; Salzburg/AT L.E. Derchi; Genoa/IT A. enign diseases B B. ncidentaloma in scrotal US I T.M. Cunha; Lisbon/PT L. Rocher; Le Kremlin-Bicêtre/FR B. alignant tumors M C. maging of the penis I J.A. Spencer; Leeds/UK M. Bertolotto; Trieste/IT C. ltrasound ablation and uterine artery U embolisation for treatment of uterine Saturday, March 6, 08:30–10:00 leiomyomas RC 707 CTU and MRU: T.J. Kroencke; Berlin/DE Urinary tract imaging Moderator: H.J. Michaely; Mannheim/DE A. TU/MRU in acute obstruction C T. Meindl; Munich/DE B. hronic/intermittent obstruction C M.-F. Bellin; Le Kremlin-Bicêtre/FR C. umors: CTU/MRU T N.C. Cowan; Oxford/UK38
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  • 40. www.myesr.org | EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 Refresher Courses Head and NeckThursday, March 4, 16:00–17:30 Sunday, March 7, 08:30–10:00RC 208 Skull base RC 1108 Infrahyoid neck Moderator: K. Hrabák; Budapest/HU Moderator: A.A.A. Abdel Razek; Mansoura/EG A. natomical survival kit A A. ypopharyngeal cancer: H E. Steiner; St. Pölten/AT What you need to know B. ranial nerves in cancer imaging C C.R. Habermann; Hamburg/DE J.W. Casselman; Bruges/BE B. e suspected recurrence: Th C. epiction of dural invasion: D How to deal with it How good is MRI? R. Hermans; Leuven/BE A. Borges; Lisbon/PT C. ymph node imaging from A to Z L R. Maroldi; Brescia/ITSaturday, March 6, 16:00–17:30RC 1008 Suprahyoid neck Monday, March 8, 08:30–10:00 RC 1508 Common pains in the Moderator: C. Czerny; Vienna/AT head and neck N A. eck spaces: What you need to know S. Bisdas; Tübingen/DE Moderator: F. Torrinha; Lisbon/PT B. ow to ruin or improve your H S A. alivary colic head and neck study T. Beale; London/UK V. Chong; Singapore/SG B. rigeminal neuralgia T C. ips and tricks in the T B.F. Schuknecht; Zurich/CH parapharyngeal space C. ainful swallowing P A. Trojanowska; Lublin/PL M. Becker; Geneva/CH Monday, March 8, 16:00–17:30 RC 1808 Reporting and staging head and neck tumors Moderator: S.J. Golding; Oxford/UK A. aranasal sinuses P D. Farina; Brescia/IT B. ral cavity O F. Pameijer; Amsterdam/NL C. arynx L A.D. King; Hong Kong/CN 41
  • 41. EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 | www.myesr.org Refresher Courses Interventional Radiology Thursday, March 4, 16:00–17:30 Sunday, March 7, 14:00–15:30 RC 209 The trauma patient RC 1309 Infection and percutaneous drainage Moderator: A.A. Hatzidakis; Iraklion/GR A. Imaging algorithms Moderator: M. Bezzi; Rome/IT L.S. Fournier; Paris/FR A. Empyema B. Principles of embolisation A.G. Ryan; Waterford/IE J.C. van den Berg; Lugano/CH B. Abdominal abscess C. Iatrogenic trauma V. Válek; Brno/CZ P. Haage; Wuppertal/DE C. Pelvic abscess M.A. Funovics; Vienna/AT Friday, March 5, 16:00–17:30 RC 609 RF ablation beyond the liver Sunday, March 7, 16:00–17:30 RC 1409 Oncologic interventions Moderator: R.D. García-Mónaco; Buenos Aires/AR in the liver A. RF ablation in bone Moderator: J.I. Bilbao; Pamplona/ES A.D. Kelekis; Athens/GR A. RF ablation B. RF ablation in the kidney F. Deschamps; Villejuif/FR M.A. Farrell; Waterford/IE B. New embolisation techniques C. RF ablation in the chest F. Orsi; Milan/IT I. Bargellini; Pisa/IT C. Future directions J. Kettenbach; Berne/CH Sunday, March 7, 08:30–10:00 RC 1109 Venous thromboembolism Monday, March 8, 08:30–10:00 Moderator: O.M. van Delden; Amsterdam/NL RC 1509 Minimally invasive treatment of uterine fibroids A. Which IVC filter? D.K. Tsetis; Iraklion/GR Moderator: R. Pietura; Lublin/PL B. Complications of IVC filters A. Choice of embolic agent and their management N. Hacking; Southampton/UK A. Nicholson; Leeds/UK B. Recurrence of fibroids after embolisation C. Central venous occlusions in the chest C. Binkert; Winterthur/CH A. Basile; Catania/IT C. UAE and HIFUS: What the radiologist needs to know T.J. Kroencke; Berlin/DE42
  • 42. www.myesr.org | EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 Refresher Courses MusculoskeletalFriday, March 5, 16:00–17:30 Sunday, March 7, 14:00–15:30RC 610 Metabolic bone diseases RC 1310 Knee Moderator: G. Guglielmi; Foggia/IT Moderator: M. Maas; Amsterdam/NL L A. atest advances in osteoporosis A. enisci: Latest advances M C.R. Krestan; Vienna/AT S.J. Eustace; Dublin/IE B. e many faces of Paget’s disease Th B. e posterior corners Th V.N. Cassar-Pullicino; Oswestry/UK J. Hodler; Zurich/CH C. ickets and osteomalacia R C. e post-operative knee Th J.E. Adams; Manchester/UK C. Glaser; Munich/DESaturday, March 6, 08:30–10:00 Sunday, March 7, 16:00–17:30RC 710 Arthritis: Back to basics RC 1410 Bone tumors Moderator: V. Jevtic; Ljubljana/SI Moderator: K. Verstraete; Gent/BE A. adiograhpic diagnosis R A. iagnosis: From radiographs to MRI D A.J. Grainger; Leeds/UK K. Wörtler; Munich/DE B. maging crystal arthritis I B. taging and intervention S A. Cotten; Lille/FR S. James; Birmingham/UK C. maging the spine in arthritis I C. ew techniques (including DWI) N A.G. Jurik; Århus/DK S. Pans; Leuven/BESaturday, March 6, 16:00–17:30 Monday, March 8, 08:30–10:00RC 1010 Hip through the ages RC 1510 Elbow and wrist Moderator: M. Padrón; Madrid/ES Moderator: J.-L. Drapé; Paris/FR A. e pediatric hip Th A. lbow and wrist trauma E D.J. Wilson; Oxford/UK M.C. De Jonge; Amsterdam/NL B. e hip in the young athlete Th B. veruse of elbow and wrist O C.W.A. Pfirrmann; Zurich/CH E. Llopis; Valencia/ES C. e ageing hip Th C. europathy N A.H. Karantanas; Iraklion/GR C. Martinoli; Genoa/ITSunday, March 7, 08:30–10:00RC 1110 Shoulder Moderator: C. Masciocchi; L’Aquila/IT A. otator cuff and impingement R J. Kramer; Linz/AT B. nstability I M. Reijnierse; Leiden/NL C. e post-operative shoulder Th M. Zanetti; Zurich/CH 43
  • 43. EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 | www.myesr.org Refresher Courses Neuro Thursday, March 4, 16:00–17:30 Sunday, March 7, 16:00–17:30 RC 211 Basic MRI RC 1411 Common disorders of the pediatric brain Moderator: M.I. Argyropoulou; Ioannina/GR B A. asic techniques and pattern recognition Moderator: P. Eliás; Hradec Králové/CZ P.M. Parizel; Antwerp/BE A. etal MR imaging: More than just F B. ew MR sequences in daily practice N T2-weighted images R. Gasparotti; Brescia/IT C. Hoffmann; Tel Hashomer/IL C. iffusion tensor imaging: D B. ormal findings and pitfalls in pediatric N Basic tool for radiologists? neuroimaging S. Lehéricy; Paris/FR W.K. Chong; London/UK C. euroimaging in the acutely ill child N Saturday, March 6, 16:00–17:30 E. Vázquez; Barcelona/ES RC 1011 Focal brain lesions Monday, March 8, 08:30–10:00 Moderator: J. Walecki; Warsaw/PL RC 1511 Interventional neuroradiology A. ifferential diagnosis of T2 hyperintense D lesions Moderator: M. Forsting; Essen/DE A. Rovira-Cañellas; Barcelona/ES A. ndovascular management of E B. eoplasm or not? Decision making in N intracranial aneurysms focal mass lesions of the brain A. Krajina; Hradec Králové/CZ Z. Rumboldt; Charleston, SC/US B. ndovascular treatment of acute E C. dult glioma: Advanced neuroimaging A ischemic stroke for treatment planning L. Castellan; Genoa/IT C. Calli; Izmir/TR C. tent-based technologies in the S treatment of intracranial aneurysms and Sunday, March 7, 08:30–10:00 atherosclerotic disease RC 1111 Stroke I. Szikora; Budapest/HU Moderator: R. Siemund; Lund/SE Monday, March 8, 16:00–17:30 A. T or MRI in the acute ischemic stroke? C RC 1811 Basic MR spectroscopy G. Krumina; Riga/LV B. WI, CT/MR PWI, and/or CTA/MRA: D Moderator: K.-O. Løvblad; Geneva/CH What is necessary? A. RS in daily practice made easy M A. Dörfler; Erlangen/DE A. Urbanik; Krakow/PL C. ontraumatic intracranial hemorrhage N B. RS in metabolic CNS disorders M L. van den Hauwe; Brasschaat/BE P.C. Maly Sundgren; Malmö/SE C. RS in brain tumors M Sunday, March 7, 14:00–15:30 M. Essig; Heidelberg/DE RC 1311 Neurodegenerative disorders Moderator: X. Feng; Shanghai/CN A. e new MS diagnostic criteria Th B. Góraj; Nijmegen/NL B. arly diagnosis and differential E neuroimaging issues in dementia M.P. Wattjes; Amsterdam/NL C. euroimaging in abnormal movement N diseases B. Gómez-Ansón; Barcelona/ES44
  • 44. www.myesr.org | EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 Refresher Courses PediatricSaturday, March 6, 08:30–10:00 Monday, March 8, 08:30–10:00RC 712 Imaging the GI/GU tracts RC 1512 Chest imaging: What to use and when to use it Moderator: G. del Pozo; Madrid/ES I A. s ultrasound enough for a Moderator: A.E. Healey; Liverpool/UK comprehensive diagnosis? A. S: When and how? U M. Riccabona; Graz/AT I. Gassner; Innsbruck/AT B. ole of plain film, fluoroscopy, nuclear R B. T: What you really need to know C medicine and CT C. Owens; London/UK V. Donoghue; Dublin/IE C. RI: The icing on the cake. M C. RI: Current state and new options M Are we really there yet? W. Hirsch; Leipzig/DE M.U. Puderbach; Heidelberg/DESunday, March 7, 08:30–10:00RC 1112 Advanced brain MR imaging: Why and when Moderator: J.-F. Chateil; Bordeaux/FR A. iffusion tensor imaging D A. Righini; Milan/IT B. pectroscopy S L. Astrakas; Ioannina/GR C. unctional MRI F L. Hertz-Pannier; Gif sur Yvette/FRSunday, March 7, 14:00–15:30RC 1312 Safety first Moderator: S. Ryan; Dublin/IE A. T in children: Dose reduction strategies C R.A.J. Nievelstein; Utrecht/NL B. nsuring safety for infants E undergoing MRI T.G. Maris; Iraklion/GR C. etal MRI: Attitudes towards safety F D. Price; London/UKSunday, March 7, 16:00–17:30RC 1412 Imaging in non-accidental injury Moderator: R.R. van Rijn; Amsterdam/NL A. NS trauma C P. Demaerel; Leuven/BE B. keletal trauma S G.-H. Sebag; Paris/FR C. bdominal trauma A M. Raissaki; Iraklion/GR 45
  • 45. EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 | www.myesr.org Refresher Courses Physics in Radiology Saturday, March 6, 16:00–17:30 Sunday, March 7, 16:00–17:30 RC 1013 High field MRI: Beyond 3T RC 1413 Clinical audit, accreditation and the role of the medical physicist Moderators: E. Atalar; Ankara/TR H. Köstler; Würzburg/DE Moderators: A. Del Guerra; Pisa/IT A. hallenges of high field MR C J. Geleijns; Leiden/NL M. Bock; Heidelberg/DE E A. uropean-wide perspective on B. complicated solution to a complicated A clinical audit problem: Transmit array H. Jarvinen; Helsinki/FI K.P. Pruessmann; Zurich/CH B. ational perspective: N C. s 7T ready for clinical use? I Clinical audit inspections R.W. Bowtell; Nottingham/UK S. Ebdon-Jackson; Didcot/UK C. ospital perspective on clinical audit H Sunday, March 7, 08:30–10:00 P. Gilligan; Dublin/IE RC 1113 Diagnostic radiology and pregnancy Monday, March 8, 08:30–10:00 RC 1513 Visualisation, perception and Moderators: H. Bosmans; Leuven/BE image processing E. Vaño; Madrid/ES A. onceptus doses and risks from maternal C Moderators: L. Donoso; Sabadell/ES diagnostic X-ray examinations W.J.M. van der Putten; Galway/IE J. Damilakis; Iraklion/GR A. isualisation and perception V B. -ray imaging and pregnancy: X A.G. Gale; Loughborough/UK Justification and optimisation of exposure B. mage processing and perception I P. Vock; Berne/CH B.M. ter Haar Romeny; Eindhoven/NL C. regnancy and MRI: P C. linical application of image processing C Risks to the unborn child A. Persson; Linköping/SE J. De Wilde; Edinburgh/UK Sunday, March 7, 14:00–15:30 RC 1313 Radiation dose management Moderators: A. Pascoal; Rio de Mouro/PT J.N. Vassileva, Sofia/BG A. ustification in clinical practice J J.R. Mayo; Vancouver, BC/CA B. ractical CT dose reduction strategies P W.A. Kalender; Erlangen/DE C. igital vs conventional radiography: D What about the dose? J.R.G. Persliden; Örebro/SE46
  • 46. www.myesr.org | EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 Refresher Courses RadiographersSaturday, March 6, 08:30–10:00 Sunday, March 7, 14:00–15:30RC 714 MRI RC 1314 CT imaging Moderators: H. Ringertz; Stanford, CA/US Moderators: M. Golebiowski; Warsaw/PL C. Vandulek; Kaposvár/HU D. Pekarovic; Ljubljana/SI A. Investigation of occlusive peripheral A. CT of the GI system arterial diseases: M. Leidner; Stockholm/SE Role of CT, MR, US and DSA B. Introduction to PET/CT: G. Pavlikovics; Miskolc/HU Modalities and patient care B. Practical approach to fMRI: K.J. Thomsen; Odense/DK Methods and cases P. Bogorodzki; Warsaw/PL Sunday, March 7, 16:00–17:30 RC 1414 Pediatric imagingSaturday, March 6, 16:00–17:30RC 1014 Administrative issues Moderators: C. Balassy; Toronto, ON/CA P. Gerson; Paris/FR Moderators: K. Åhlström Riklund; Umeå/SE A. DR system: How to find the best S. Braico; Rome/IT hardware and software to achieve A. Lean project at OUH mininum dose and best images L. Tarp; Odense/DK H. Precht; Odense/DK B. Lean project at the B. CT: Cardiac examinations in children NHS Lothian Edinburgh T. Bock-Pedersen; Copenhagen/DK L. Hudson; Edinburgh/UKSunday, March 7, 08:30–10:00RC 1114 Patient interaction Moderators: P. Blackburn Andersen; Kolding/DK C. Garvey; Liverpool/UK A. Interaction between patient and radiographer during radiological examinations B.T. Andersson; Lund/SE B. The role of the radiographer in patient advocacy V. Challen; Lancaster/UK C. Measuring short and long-term consequences of a false-positive mammo- graphy among women attending breast cancer screening programmes A. Bolejko; Malmö/SE 47
  • 47. EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 | www.myesr.org Refresher Courses Vascular Thursday, March 4, 16:00–17:30 RC 215 Diseases of the visceral arteries Moderator: M.I. Furmanek; Warsaw/PL R A. enal vascular disease D. Vorwerk; Ingolstadt/DE B. cute and chronic mesenteric ischemia A R. Uberoi; Oxford/UK C. maging before and after liver transplantation I T. Schroeder; Essen/DE Friday, March 5, 16:00–17:30 RC 615 Peripheral vascular malformations Moderator: M. Sapoval; Paris/FR A. athology, correct anatomical P classification and clinical work-up H. Kubiena; Vienna/AT B. iagnostic approaches to AVM: D How to image the dynamic S. Frevert; Copenhagen/DK C. reatment of AVMs: Image-guided T interventions: When and when not J.A. Reekers; Amsterdam/NL Saturday, March 6, 08:30–10:00 RC 715 Vascular imaging: The diabetic patient Moderator: J.H. Peregrin; Prague/CZ A. hat the radiologist needs to know W about the diabetic patient A. Raptis; Athens/GR B. maging of the diabetic patient I L.P. Lawler; Dublin/IE C. ost-effective selection of the appropriate C imaging technique R. Ouwendijk; Rotterdam/NL Monday, March 8, 16:00–17:30 RC 1815 Aortic imaging Moderator: W. Cwikiel; Ann Arbor, MI/US A. ortic dissections: A New insights into an old disease F. De Cobelli; Milan/IT B. maging requirements prior to I endovascular aneurysm repair T. Pfammatter; Zurich/CH C. etection of complications after D aortic stent grafting E. Brountzos; Athens/GR48
  • 48. www.myesr.org | EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 EFOMP WorkshopNew technology in diagnostic radiology: Risk management, technology assessment and improved diagnosis Organising Committee: Chairman: K. Faulkner; Wallsend/UK Members: . Atalar; Ankara/TR E S. Christofides; Nicosia/CY A. Del Guerra; Pisa/PT A. Torresin; Milan/IT Saturday, March 6, 08:30–10:00 EF 1 Technology assessment for imaging equipment Moderators: A. Del Guerra; Pisa/IT K. Faulkner; Wallsend/UK W • elcome address S. Christofides; Nicosia/CY M. Szczerbo-Trojanowska; Lublin/PL • ntroduction to EC initiatives in I acceptability criteria for imaging equipment K. Faulkner; Wallsend/UK T • echnology assessment and radiological imaging S. Christofides; Nicosia/CY A • cceptability criteria: A perspective from standards and equipment manufacturers R. Klausz; Buc/FR Saturday, March 6, 10:30–12:00 EF 2 Risk management and technology assessment Moderators: S. Christofides; Nicosia/CY A. Torresin; Milan/IT • cceptability criteria and radiography A equipment, digital imaging and CT J. Malone; Dublin/IE • cceptability criteria and equipment for A fluoroscopy and interventional radiology S. Balter; New York, NY/US • cceptability criteria and equipment for A nuclear medicine S. Mattsson; Malmö/SE 49
  • 49. EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 | www.myesr.org E3 – european excellence in education Foundation Course: Head and Neck Radiology Friday, March 5, 08:30–10:00 Saturday, March 6, 08:30–10:00 E³ 320a Imaging techniques and E³ 720a Larynx and hypopharynx common pitfalls Moderator: M. Gödeny-Polony; Budapest/HU Moderator: B. Bobek-Billewicz; Gliwice/PL A. enign lesions B C A. omputed tomography R. Hermans; Leuven/BE R. Maroldi; Brescia/IT M B. alignant lesions B. agnetic resonance imaging M F. Pameijer; Amsterdam/NL M.G. Mack; Frankfurt a. Main/DE Saturday, March 6, 10:30–12:00 Friday, March 5, 10:30–12:00 E³ 820 Neck lymph nodes and glands E³ 420 Temporal bone Moderator: S. Robinson; Vienna/AT Moderator: B. De Foer; Antwerp/BE N A. eck lymph nodes and salivary glands E A. xternal and middle ear H.C. Thoeny; Berne/CH A. Trojanowska; Lublin/PL B. yroid and parathyroid glands Th B. nner ear and internal auditory canal I A.D. King; Hong Kong/CN B. Verbist; Leiden/NL Saturday, March 6, 12:15–13:15 Friday, March 5, 14:00–15:30 Self assessment test E³ 520 Nose and paranasal sinuses Moderator: R. Hermans; Leuven/BE Moderator: H.B. Eggesbø; Oslo/NO • nteractive computer evaluation of course I I A. nflammatory disease learning D. Farina; Brescia/IT B. eoplastic disease N T. Beale; London/UK Friday, March 5, 16:00–17:30 E³ 620 Oral cavity, oropharynx and nasopharynx Moderator: V. Chong; Singapore/SG A. ral cavity and oropharynx O A. Borges; Lisbon/PT B. asopharynx N F. Dubrulle; Lille/FR50
  • 50. www.myesr.org | EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 E3 – european excellence in education Interactive Teaching SessionsThursday, March 4, 14:00–15:30 Sunday, March 7, 10:30–12:00E³ 120 Imaging in common clinical E³ 1220 Lung cancer: From plain film to problems: Soft tissue tumors sectional imaging Moderator: R. Arkun; Izmir/TR Moderator: G.H. Mostbeck; Vienna/AT • J.L. Bloem; Leiden/NL • J. Cáceres; Barcelona/ES • A.M.A. de Schepper; Antwerp/BE • J. Vilar; Valencia/ESThursday, March 4, 16:00–17:30 Sunday, March 7, 14:00–15:30E³ 220a Imaging in common clinical E³ 1320 Imaging in common clinical problems: Hematuria problems: Acute abdomen Moderator: W. Szmigielski; Doha/QA Moderator: F. Takis; Keratea/GR • J.J. Fütterer; Nijmegen/NL • A. Palkó; Szeged/HU • R.H. Oyen; Leuven/BE • P.-A. Poletti; Geneva/CHThursday, March 4, 16:00–17:30 Sunday, March 7, 16:00–17:30E³ 220b Commonly missed diagnosis in E³ 1420 Lymphomas: musculoskeletal conditions Diagnosis, staging and follow-up Moderator: H. Imhof; Vienna/AT Moderator: J.A. Verschakelen; Leuven/BE • F. Kainberger; Vienna/AT • R.M. Mendelson; Perth, WA/AU • K. Bohndorf; Augsburg/DE • E. de Kerviler; Paris/FRFriday, March 5, 08:30–10:00 Monday, March 8, 08:30–10:00E³ 320b Breast cancer: Diagnosis, E³ 1520 Common clinical problems: staging and follow-up Cognitive decline and dementia Moderator: A. Tardivon; Paris/FR Moderator: A. Platkajis; Riga/LV • K. Kinkel; Chêne-Bougeries/CH • B. Gómez-Ansón; Barcelona/ES • J. Camps Herrero; Valencia/ES • F. Barkhof; Amsterdam/NLSaturday, March 6, 08:30–10:00 Monday, March 8, 10:30–12:00E³ 720b Cancer of the uterus: E³ 1620 Imaging in common clinical Diagnosis, staging and follow-up problems: Neck mass Moderator: H. Hricak; New York, NY/US Moderator: M.G. Mack; Frankfurt a. Main/DE • B. Hamm; Berlin/DE A. bove hyoid A • P. Petrow; Paris/FR S.J. Golding; Oxford/UK B. elow hyoid BSunday, March 7, 08:30–10:00 N.J.M. Freling; Amsterdam/NLE³ 1120 Colorectal cancer: Diagnosis, staging and follow-up Moderator: M. Marotti; Zagreb/HR • R.G.H. Beets-Tan; Maastricht/NL • A.H. Freeman; Cambridge/UK 51
  • 51. EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 | www.myesr.org E3 – european excellence in education Interactive Teaching Sessions Monday, March 8, 14:00–15:30 E³ 1720 Imaging in common clinical problems: Hemoptysis Moderator: E. Castañer; Sabadell/ES • S. Diederich; Düsseldorf/DE • M.-L. Storto; Chieti/IT Monday, March 8, 16:00–17:30 E³ 1820a Imaging in common clinical problems: Acute chest pain Moderator: G.A. Krombach; Aachen/DE A. ardiac C A. de Roos; Leiden/NL N B. on-cardiac L.R. Goodman; Milwaukee, WI/US Monday, March 8, 16:00–17:30 E³ 1820b Imaging in common clinical problems: Jaundice Moderator: C. Roche; Galway/IE • C. Matos; Brussels/BE • C.D. Becker; Geneva/CH52
  • 52. www.myesr.org | EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 Multidisciplinary sessionsManaging Patients with CancerThursday, March 4, 16:00–17:30 Saturday, March 6, 08:30–10:00MS 221 Carcinoma of the uterus MS 721 Lung cancer and cervix • hairman’s introduction C • hairman’s introduction C J. Cáceres; Barcelona/ES R.H. Reznek; London/UK • hat the surgeon needs to know W W • hat the surgeon needs to know W. Weder; Zurich/CH C. Pomel; Villejuif/FR • hat the oncologist needs to know W • hat the clinical oncologist needs to know W R. Pirker; Vienna/AT P.R. Blake; London/UK • maging in lung cancer I • maging in carcinoma of the I J. Cáceres; Barcelona/ES uterus and cervix • anel discussion and case presentation P R.H. Reznek; London/UK P • anel discussion and case presentation Monday, March 8, 16:00–17:30 MS 1821 Colorectal cancerFriday, March 5, 08:30–10:00MS 321 Prostate gland • hairman’s introduction C R.G.H. Beets-Tan; Maastricht/NL • hairman’s introduction C W • hat the surgeon needs to know U.G. Mueller-Lisse; Munich/DE G.L. Beets; Maastricht/NL • hat the surgeon needs to know W • hat the radiation oncologist needs W M. Seitz; Munich/DE to know • hat the oncologist needs to know W V. Valentini; Rome/IT C. Belka; Munich/DE • maging in colorectal cancer I • maging in prostate cancer I R.G.H. Beets-Tan; Maastricht/NL U.G. Mueller-Lisse; Munich/DE • anel discussion and case presentation P • anel discussion and case presentation P 53
  • 53. EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 | www.myesr.org Accompanying sessions ESOR Session ESR Audit Session: Friday, March 5, 14:00–15:30 Clinical audit for radiologists: Why it is worth doing, and how to make it work Opportunities for education Saturday, March 6, 10:30–12:00 During this session, ESOR, the European School of Radiology, will give an insight into the variety of Moderator: E.J. Adam; London/UK educational programmes and young radiologists will • Clinical audit: What is it and who should do it? talk about their experiences. E.J. Adam; London/UK Moderators: • Clinical audit and accreditation: Intimidating or N. Gourtsoyiannis; Iraklion/GR encouraging? Experience in Germany C.J. Herold; Vienna/AT B. Ertl-Wagner; Munich/DE • Introduction • Clinical audit: Getting everyone involved! UK C.J. Herold; Vienna/AT experience and the role of national audit projects • ESOR in action S. Barter; Cambridge/UK N. Gourtsoyiannis; Iraklion/GR • Implementation of the EC guideline in practice • Educating future leaders S. Soimakallio; Tampere/FI M. Maas; Amsterdam/NL • Discussion • Fellowships in radiology: Why and How B. Marincek; Zurich/CH • My experience with ESOR Image Interpretation Quiz: Awards Experienced vs Hungry Sharks On the occasion of the session scholars and fellows will Saturday, March 6, 14:00–15:30 be awarded the certificates for successfully completing the Moderator: M. Stajgis; Poznan/PL 2009 Visiting Scholarship Programmes and Exchange Programmes for Fellowships. Team 1: E. Brountzos; Athens/GR L. Martí-Bonmatí; Valencia/ES Radiology Trainees Forum M.M. Thurnher; Vienna/AT RTF Highlighted Lectures Team 2: Friday, March 5, 16:00–17:30 L.S. Fournier; Paris/FR T.R.C. Johnson; Munich/DE The Radiology Trainees Forum (RTF) was established in L.P. Lawler; Dublin/IE 1991 as an organisation representing the views of radiology residents (trainees). It is coordinated by its board, maintains close relationships with the European Society Junior Image Interpretation Quiz of Radiology (ESR) and invites all ESR member countries Sunday, March 7, 13:00–14:00 to appoint a resident representative. The aim of the RTF is to represent the interests of radiology residents in the ESR Moderator: E. Szabó; Szeged/HU especially with regard to education, research, exchange possibilities, career planning, and an annual survey among residents. 3rd Workstation Face-Off Session Moderators: Friday, March 5, 12:15–13:30 D. Bulja; Sarajevo/BA P.R. Kornaat; Leiden/NL Coordinators: H.-C. Becker; Munich/DE A. Graser; Munich/DE • Common pitfalls in MR mammography D. Djilas-Ivanovic; Sremska Kamenica/RS • An easy approach to tackle neck imaging Hospital Management Symposium D. Farina; Brescia/IT Saturday, March 6, 12:30–17:30 • Management in radiology L. Donoso; Sabadell/ES (organised in cooperation with European Hospital)54
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  • 55. EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 | www.myesr.org Satellite symposia Friday, March 5, 12:30–13:30 Saturday, March 6, 12:30–13:45 Satellite Symposium organised by Satellite Symposium organised by GE Healthcare GE Healthcare Latest innovations in CT and MR: X-ray advanced applications: Improving patient care From vision to clinical practice Programme to be announced Moderator: L. Katz; Buc/FR Friday, March 5, 12:30–13:30 Saturday, March 6, 12:30–13:30 Satellite Symposium organised by Satellite Symposium organised by Hitachi Bayer Schering Pharma Programme to be announced Programme to be announced Saturday, March 6, 12:30–13:30 Friday, March 5, 12:30–13:30 Satellite Symposium organised by Satellite Symposium organised by Philips Healthcare SuperSonic Imagine Programme to be announced MultiWave technology introducing ShearWave elastography Saturday, March 6, 12:30–13:30 Programme to be announced Satellite Symposium organised by Philips Healthcare Friday, March 5, 14:00–15:30 Satellite Symposium organised Programme to be announced jointly by Siemens Healthcare and Bayer Schering Pharma Saturday, March 6, 14:00–15:30 Satellite Symposium organised by Hologic Programme to be announced Digital breast tomosynthesis: Saturday, March 6, 10:30–12:00 Clinician experiences with the first commercial system Satellite Symposium organised by Bracco Programme to be announced Programme to be announced Saturday, March 6, 14:00–15:30 Saturday, March 6, 12:30–13:30 Satellite Symposium organised by Satellite Symposium organised by Guerbet Bayer Schering Pharma CT contrast media optimisation for patient benefit Programme to be announced Moderator: t.b.a. • ain parameters involved in CIN: M Saturday, March 6, 14:00–15:30 Is viscosity the main one? Satellite Symposium organised by t.b.a. Siemens Healthcare • ediatric renal tolerance: Is Xenetix® different from a P Open new ways of imaging in radiology low osmolar contrast medium? Moderator: t.b.a. t.b.a. • edefining productivity in MR R • enetix® excellent tolerance confirmed X M. Forsting; Essen/DE by 160,000 additional patients t.b.a. • R from head to toe with TimCT M M. Lentschig; Bremen/DE • ptimised contrast media management O in cardiac CT • olecular CT: M t.b.a. Radiological aspects in hybrid imaging G. Antoch; Essen/DE • linical PET/CT beyond FDG C P. Bartenstein; Munich/DE56
  • 56. www.myesr.org | EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 Satellite symposiaSaturday, March 6, 14:00–15:30 Sunday, March 7, 12:30–13:45Satellite Symposium organised by Sectra Satellite Symposium organised by GE HealthcareProgramme to be announced Programme to be announcedSaturday, March 6, 14:00–15:30Satellite Symposium organised by Sunday, March 7, 12:30–13:30Siemens Healthcare Satellite Symposium organised by BraccoBiopsies in breast imaging: Programme to be announcedMethods and needsModerator: J. Dick; Erlangen/DE Sunday, March 7, 12:30–13:30• Introduction Satellite Symposium organised by J. Dick; Erlangen/DE GE Healthcare• Innovations and challenges in mammography Cases of suspected recurrences in oncology: guided biopsies Options and solutions K. Ridder; Dortmund/DE Programme to be announced• Innovations and challenges in ultrasound guided biopsies Sunday, March 7, 12:30–13:30 F. Stöblen; Essen/DE Satellite Symposium organised by Toshiba• Breast MRI guided diagnostic interventions E. Wenkel; Erlangen/DE Programme to be announced• Panel discussionSunday, March 7, 10:30–12:00Satellite Symposium organised by BraccoProgramme to be announcedSunday, March 7, 12:30–13:30Satellite Symposium organised by GuerbetBenefit of contrast media injection in new MRItechniquesModerator: t.b.a.• Dynamic imaging MRI t.b.a.• Effectiveness of 3D TRICKS in the assessment of AVMs t.b.a.• Benefit of MRI myocardial perfusion with Dotarem® at 1.5T and 3T t.b.a.• Is Gd chelates concentration an issue for peripheral MRA diagnostic performance? t.b.a. 57
  • 57. EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 | www.myesr.org Hands-On Workshops Post-Processing of CT and MRI in Stroke Patients Coordinator: Introductory lectures: J. Fiehler; Hamburg/DE • Anatomical and patho-physiological basics of ischemic stroke Speakers: J. Fiehler; Hamburg/DE J. Fiebach; Berlin/DE • Basic concepts and new developments in J. Fiehler; Hamburg/DE post-processing of stroke MRI L. Østergaard; Århus/DK L. Østergaard; Århus/DK S. Pedraza; Girona/ES • How to image perfusion in CT: Potentials and limitations Instructors: S. Pedraza; Girona/ES J. Fiebach; Berlin/DE J. Fiehler; Hamburg/DE • How to image perfusion in MRI: L. Østergaard; Århus/DK Potentials and limitations S. Pedraza; Girona/ES J. Fiebach; Berlin/DE S. Siemonsen; Hamburg/DE Learning objectives: The workshop starts with a 90-minute lecture programme 1. To learn the pathophysiological fundamentals of stroke focusing on how to interpret stroke CT and stroke MRI and CT and stroke MRI. datasets. 2. To learn how to use different post-processing techniques on different workstations. Clinical experts will provide an overview of the anatomical 3. To estimate the power, pitfalls, and constraints of current and pathophysiological prerequisites for the interpretation state-of-the-art CT and MRI perfusion software. of perfusion CT and MRI in ischemic stroke and the basic concepts and new developments in post-processing Registration: of stroke MRI. The potential and limitations of perfusion The number of participants for each session is restricted. CT and perfusion MRI will be discussed separately. After Participants need to register in advance for the hands-on attending these lectures, participants will have learned sessions (myESR.org) as of October 1, 2009, and must pay which key imaging findings should be considered for a fee of €30. a comprehensive stroke CT or stroke MRI report. The second part of the workshop provides hands-on experience Schedule: of post-processing CT or MRI perfusion data of stroke Friday, March 5 patients using workstations of different vendors. Each WS 322 08:30–10:00 Introductory lectures vendor supplies six workstations (each vendor 3 CT and 3 WS 522 14:00–16:00 Hands-on session MRI workstations). Each type of workstation is mounted Saturday, March 6 with clinical cases (12 CT, 12 MRI) including either non- WS 722 08:30–10:30 Hands-on session enhanced CT, CT-angiography and CT-perfusion, or diffusion, perfusion, FLAIR, T2*w MRI and MRA. During Sunday, March 7 the workshops, clinical stroke case data will be post- WS 1122 08:30–10:30 Hands-on session processed and interpreted and implications for treatment Monday, March 8 decisions will be discussed. WS 1522 08:30–10:30 Hands-on session Non-experienced users are advised to follow the introductory lectures before entering the hands-on sessions. The user will need to select either CT or MRI post- processing for each vendor.58
  • 58. www.myesr.org | EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 Hands-On WorkshopsCardiac CT Post-Processingand AnalysisCoordinators: Introductory lectures:N.R. Mollet; Rotterdam/NL • Anatomy of the heartW.J. Niessen; Rotterdam/NL J.-L. Sablayrolles; St. Denis/FR • CT coronary calcium scoring:Speakers: Technical issues and current indicationsF. Cademartiri; Parma/IT M. Prokop; Utrecht/NLM. Dewey; Berlin/DE • How to evaluate a CT coronary angiography scan:S. Leschka; Zurich/CH Advantages and disadvantages of differentM. Prokop; Utrecht/NL post-processing techniquesJ.-L. Sablayrolles; St. Denis/FR S. Leschka; Zurich/CHInstructors: • Diagnostic accuracy of CT coronary angiography inM.L. Dijkshoorn; Rotterdam/NL the detection of coronary stenoses and plaquesA. Moelker; Rotterdam/NL F. Cademartiri; Parma/ITL. Neefjes; Rotterdam/NL • Beyond the coronary arteries:K. Nieman; Rotterdam/NL Evaluation of cardiac valves, left ventricularF. Pugliese; London/UK function, and non-cardiac findingsM. Rengo; Latina/IT M. Dewey; Berlin/DEA. Rossi; Rotterdam/NLA. Weustink; Rotterdam/NL Learning objectives: 1. To learn how to make a comprehensive cardiacThe workshop starts with a 90-minute lecture programme CT report.focusing on how to report on cardiac CT datasets. Clinical 2. To learn how to use different post-processing techniquesexperts will provide an overview of the anatomy of the on different workstations.heart, diagnostic accuracy and limitations of CT coronary 3. To estimate the power, pitfalls, and constraints of currentangiography, and tips and tricks in the evaluation of state-of-the-art cardiac CT evaluation software.cardiac CT examinations. After attending these lectures,participants will have learned which key imaging findings Registration:should be reported in a comprehensive cardiac CT report. The number of participants for each session is restricted. Participants need to register in advance for the hands-onThe second part of the workshop provides hands-on sessions (myESR.org) as of October 1, 2009, and must payexperience of cardiac CT post-processing using dedicated a fee of €30.workstations of different vendors. Each workstation isloaded with the same clinical cases, including calcium Schedule:scoring, coronary angiography, and left ventricular function Thursday, March 4CT datasets. A comprehensive report of the case will be WS 123 14:00–15:30 Introductory lecturespresented including conventional coronary angiographycorrelation after each session. This format allows the Friday, March 5participants to evaluate the performance of three different WS 423 10:30–12:30 Hands-on sessionworkstations using the same CT datasets. Saturday, March 6 WS 823 10:30–12:30 Hands-on sessionIt is recommended that non-experienced users follow the WS 923 14:00–16:00 Hands-on sessionintroductory lectures before entering the hands-on sessions. 59
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  • 60. www.myesr.org | EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 Hands-On WorkshopsMusculoskeletal US:Hand and Wrist, Foot and AnkleCoordinator: Introductory lectures:E.G. McNally; Oxford/UK US of the hand and wrist • US pathology of the wrist and handSpeakers: A. Klauser; Innsbruck/ATA. Klauser; Innsbruck/AT • To demonstrate normal US anatomyC. Martinoli; Genoa/IT C. Martinoli; Genoa/ITE.G. McNally; Oxford/UKP. Peetrons; Brussels/BE US of the foot and ankle • US pathology of the hindfootInstructors: P. Peetrons; Brussels/BEN. Boutry; Lille/FR • To demonstrate normal US anatomyM. Court-Payen; Copenhagen/DK E.G. McNally; Oxford/UKJ.W.J. De Rooy; Nijmegen/NLA.J. Grainger; Leeds/UK Learning objectives:A. Klauser; Innsbruck/AT 1. To understand the applications of US in these two areas.C. Martinoli; Genoa/IT 2. To see an expert examination performed live.P.J. O’Connor; Leeds/UK 3. To see examples of common pathology.P. Peetrons; Brussels/BE 4. To have the opportunity for group and expert appraisal ofM. Reijnierse; Leiden/NL the delegates own techniques.E. Silvestri; Genoa/ITJ. Teh; Oxford/UK Registration: The number of participants for each session is restricted.This programme will be in two parts. The first part will Participants need to register in advance for the hands-onbe a live demonstration of US anatomy and examination sessions (myESR.org) as of October 1, 2009, and must paytechniques for the wrist/hand and the foot/ankle, coupled a fee of €30.with a review of the common pathological findings in theseareas. The demonstrators will emphasise the important Schedule:anatomical features and provide participants with useful tips Friday, March 5to get the most from US examinations in these challenging WS 324 08:30–10:00 Introductory lecturesareas. This will be followed by a small group hands-on ‘meet WS 424 10:30–12:00 Hands-on sessionthe experts’ session where participants can refine their own WS 524 14:00–15:30 Hands-on sessionexamination skills under expert guidance. Saturday, March 6It is recommended that non-experienced users follow the WS 824 10:30–12:00 Hands-on sessionintroductory lectures before entering the hands-on sessions. 61
  • 61. EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 | www.myesr.org Congratulations62
  • 62. www.myesr.org | EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 List of Dignitaries Andy Adam London/UK Gold Medallist Suzanne E. Anderson Darlinghurst, NSW/AU Honorary Lecturer Gary J. Becker Tucson, AZ/US Honorary Member Michael N. Brant-Zawadzki Newport Beach, CA/US Honorary Lecturer Willi A. Kalender Erlangen/DE Honorary Member Anne G. Osborn Salt Lake City, UT/US Opening Lecturer Ji Qi Tianjin/CN Honorary Member Donald L. Resnick San Diego, CA/US Honorary Member Andrzej Pawel Wieczorek Lublin/PL Honorary Lecturer 63
  • 63. EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 | www.myesr.org The inimitable artistry of the opera – to be experienced at Vienna’s marvellous musical venues64 Left to right: Intermezzo by richard strauss / Theater an der Wien © Armin Bardel | Carmen by Georges Bizet / Volksoper © Dimo Dimov | Mitridate, Re di Ponto by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart / Theater a
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  • 65. EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 | www.myesr.org A whole world of fine arts – to be discovered in a single city Left to right: Bartolomeo Vivarini, Maria Lactans, ca. 1450 © Liechtenstein Museum. Die Fürstlichen Sammlungen, Vaduz–Wien | Peter Paul Rubens, Venus in front of the mirror, ca. 1613/14 © Sammlun66 Gustav Klimt, Wasserschlangen 1, 1904–1907 © Belvedere Wien | Josef Engelhart, Loge im Sofiensaal, 1903 © VBK, Wien, 2007 | Rudolf Hausner, Gelber Narrenhut, 1955 © Anne Hausner, Wien Mus
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  • 67. EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 | www.myESR.org ESR Executive Council (March 2009 – March 2010) President Christian J. Herold, Vienna/AT 1st Vice-President Maximilian F. Reiser, Munich/DE 2nd Vice-President András Palkó, Szeged/HU Congress Committee Chairperson Małgorzata Szczerbo-Trojanowska, Lublin/PL 1st Vice-Chairman of the Congress Committee Yves Menu, Paris/FR 2nd Vice-Chairman of the Congress Committee Lorenzo Bonomo, Rome/IT Publications Committee Chairman Adrian K. Dixon, Cambridge/UK Research Committee Chairman Gabriel P. Krestin, Rotterdam/NL Education Committee Chairman Éamann Breatnach, Dublin/IE Professional Organisation Committee Chairman Luís Donoso, Sabadell/ES Subspecialties Committee Chairman Fred E. Avni, Brussels/BE National Societies Committee Chairman Guy Frija, Paris/FR Communication & International Relations Committee Chairman Luigi Solbiati, Busto Arsizio/IT Finance Committee Chairman Katrine Åhlström-Riklund, Umea/SE Executive Director Peter Baierl, Vienna/AT68
  • 68. www.myesr.org | EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 eCr 2010 CommitteesCONGRESS COMMITTEEChairperson (Congress President) Ordinary Members: Ex-officio Members:M. Szczerbo-Trojanowska; Lublin/PL J.I. Bilbao; Pamplona/ES Finance Committee Chairman V.E. Sinitsyn; Moscow/RU K. Åhlström Riklund; Umeå/SE1st Vice-Chairperson B. Hamm; Berlin/DE(1st Congress Vice-President) Publications Committee ChairmanY. Menu; Paris/FR ESR President A.K. Dixon; Cambridge/UK C.J. Herold; Vienna/AT2nd Vice-Chairperson (2nd Congress Vice-President) ESR Executive DirectorL. Bonomo; Rome/IT P. Baierl; Vienna/ATPROGRAMME PLANNING COMMITTEEPostgraduate Educational Scientific Exhibition (EPOSTM) Cases of the DayProgramme Chairman: J. Neuwirth; Prague/CZChairman: V.E. Sinitsyn; Moscow/RUL. Bonomo; Rome/IT Physics Programme Members:Members: F. Caseiro-Alves; Coimbra/PT A. Del Guerra; Pisa/ITE. Azavedo; Stockholm/SE E.T. Tali; Ankara/TRB. Brkljačić; Zagreb/HR Image Interpretation QuizJ. Damilakis; Iraklion/GR Categorical Courses M. Stajgis; Poznan/PLA.M. Davies; Birmingham/UKK. Nikolaou; Munich/DE B. Hamm; Berlin/DE M. Rémy-Jardin; Lille/FR Junior Image Interpretation QuizC. Roche; Galway/IES. Sunaert; Leuven/BE M.M. Thurnher; Vienna/AT E. Szabó; Szeged/HUA.J. van der Molen; Leiden/NLF. Veillon; Strasbourg/FR E³ - European Excellence in Evaluation Education G.A. Krombach; Aachen/DE Interactive Teaching SessionsScientific Papers J. Vilar; Valencia/ES Liaison ‘European Radiology’Chairman: Foundation Course A.K. Dixon; Cambridge/UKJ.I. Bilbao; Pamplona/ES R. Hermans; Leuven/BEMembers:M.G. Mack; Frankfurt a. Main/DE e-LearningA.M. Taylor; London/UK D. Caramella; Pisa/ITM. Zanetti; Zurich/CH P. Pokieser; Vienna/AT 69
  • 69. EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 | www.myesr.org eCr 2010 Committees SCIENTIFIC SUBCOMMITTEES Abdominal and Gastrointestinal Cardiac Molecular Imaging and The ESR would like to thank ESGAR for The ESR would like to thank ESCR for Contrast Media their cooperation on this subcommittee their cooperation on this subcommittee Chairman: Chairmen: Chairman: J.O. Barentsz; Nijmegen/NL L. Martí-Bonmatí; Valencia/ES M. Gutberlet; Leipzig/DE P. Lefere; Roeselare/BE Members: Members: S. Chatziioannou; Athens/GR Members: H. Alkadhi; Zurich/CH J.-M. Correas; Paris/FR A. Ba-Ssalamah; Vienna/AT R. Fattori; Bologna/IT A. Cuocolo; Naples/IT R. Bouzas; Vigo/ES G. Feuchtner; Innsbruck/AT A.M. Herneth; Vienna/AT J.B. Dormagen; Oslo/NO N.L. Kelekis; Athens/GR A. Klauser; Innsbruck/AT H. Fenlon; Dublin/IE D.D. Lubbers; Groningen/NL S.K. Morcos; Sheffield/UK A. Graser; Munich/DE J.-F. Paul; Le Plessis Robinson/FR P. Reimer; Karlsruhe/DE P. Leander; Malmö/SE D. Piotrowska-Kownacka; Warsaw/PL B. Van Beers; Clichy/FR G. Morana; Treviso/IT R. Soler; La Coruña/ES B.J. Op de Beeck; Antwerp/BE M.A. Patak; Berne/CH Genitourinary S. Romano; Naples/IT Chest The ESR would like to thank ESUR for J. Sosna; Jerusalem/IL The ESR would like to thank ESTI for their cooperation on this subcommittee C. Stoupis; Männedorf/CH their cooperation on this subcommittee Z. Tarján; Budapest/HU Chairman: S.A. Taylor; London/UK Chairman: C.S. Balleyguier; Villejuif/FR C. Triantopoulou; Athens/GR G.R. Ferretti; Grenoble/FR C.J. Zech; Munich/DE Members: Members: B. Brkljačić; Zagreb/HR S.R. Desai; London/UK F.M. Danza; Rome/IT Breast W. De Wever; Leuven/BE P. Liss; Uppsala/SE The ESR would like to thank EUSOBI for M. Herman; Olomouc/CZ V. Løgager; Copenhagen/DK their cooperation on this subcommittee A.R. Larici; Rome/IT M. Memarsadeghi; Vienna/AT K. Marten; Göttingen/DE H.J. Michaely; Mannheim/DE Chairman: A. Oikonomou; Alexandroupolis/GR S. Moussa; Edinburgh/UK C. Boetes; Nijmegen/NL M. Prokop; Utrecht/NL H.C. Thoeny; Berne/CH K. Vidmar Kocijancic; Ljubljana/SI Members: U. Bick; Berlin/DE Head and Neck J. Camps Herrero; Valencia/ES Computer Applications The ESR would like to thank ESHNR for H. Dobson; Glasgow/UK The ESR would like to thank EuroPACS their cooperation on this subcommittee M.H. Fuchsjäger; Vienna/AT for their cooperation on this subcommittee A.A. Ghiatas; Athens/GR Chairman: I. Leconte; Brussels/BE Chairman: A. Borges; Lisbon/PT F. Sardanelli; Milan/IT P. Mildenberger; Mainz/DE F. Thibault; Paris/FR Members: Members: L. Akesson; Lund/SE A. Abildgaard; Oslo/NO E. Arana; Valencia/ES J. Fernandez-Bayó; Sabadell/ES T. Beale; London/UK T.G. Maris; Iraklion/GR S. Bisdas; Tübingen/DE E. Neri; Pisa/IT N. Gritzmann; Salzburg/AT E. Pietka; Gliwice/PL P.-Y. Marcy; Nice/FR O. Ratib; Geneva/CH A. Trojanowska; Lublin/PL A. Vasilyev; Moscow/RU70
  • 70. www.myesr.org | EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 eCr 2010 CommitteesInterventional Radiology Pediatric VascularThe ESR would like to thank CIRSE for The ESR would like to thank ESPR for The ESR would like to thank CIRSE fortheir cooperation on this subcommittee their cooperation on this subcommittee their cooperation on this subcommitteeChairman: Chairman: Chairman:A.-M. Belli; London/UK M.I. Argyropoulou; Ioannina/GR C. Loewe; Vienna/ATMembers: Members: Members:P.E. Andersen; Odense/DK J.-F. Chateil; Bordeaux/FR E. Brountzos; Athens/GRA. Basile; Catania/IT M. Haliloglu; Ankara/TR A. Cieszanowski; Warsaw/PLB. Dolgushin; Moscow/RU O.E. Olsen; London/UK M.W. de Haan; Maastricht/NLP. Haage; Wuppertal/DE M. Riccabona; Graz/AT F. Fanelli; Rome/ITA.D. Kelekis; Athens/GR S. Ryan; Dublin/IE L. Lönn; Copenhagen/DKA. Krajina; Hradec Králové/CZ G. Staatz; Erlangen/DE Z. Morvay; Szeged/HUA.G. Ryan; Waterford City/IE R.R. van Rijn; Amsterdam/NL T. Pfammatter; Zurich/CHO.M. van Delden; Amsterdam/NL E. Vázquez; Barcelona/ES F. Thony; Grenoble/FRMusculoskeletal Physics in RadiologyThe ESR would like to thank ESSR for The ESR would like to thank EFOMP fortheir cooperation on this subcommittee their cooperation on this subcommitteeChairman: Chairman:F.M.H.M. Vanhoenacker; Antwerp/BE E. Atalar; Ankara/TRMembers: Members:I. Boric; Zagreb/HR H. Bosmans; Leuven/BEM. Epermane; Valmiera/LV E. Guibelalde; Madrid/ESA.J. Grainger; Leeds/UK O. Speck; Magdeburg/DEC.R. Krestan; Vienna/AT D.G. Sutton; Dundee/UKE. Llopis; Valencia/ES M. Tosetti; Pisa/ITG. Mantzikopoulos; Athens/GR J.N. Vassileva; Sofia/BGC.W.A. Pfirrmann; Zurich/CH R. Wirestam; Lund/SEM. Reijnierse; Leiden/NL RadiographersNeuro The ESR would like to thank ISRRT forThe ESR would like to thank ESNR for their cooperation on this subcommitteetheir cooperation on this subcommittee Chairmen:Chairman: M. Golebiowski; Warsaw/PLA. Rossi; Genoa/IT A. Hartvig Sode; Odense/DKMembers: Members:F. Barkhof; Amsterdam/NL B.T. Andersson; Lund/SEM. Essig; Heidelberg/DE S. Braico; Rome/ITB. Gómez-Ansón; Barcelona/ES P. Gerson; Paris/FRI. Saatci; Ankara/TR D. Pekarovic; Ljubljana/SIM. Sasiadek; Wroclaw/PL K. Sigurdardottir; Mosfellbaer/IST. Stosic-Opincal; Belgrade/RS C. Vandulek; Kaposvár/HUJ.W.M. van Goethem; Antwerp/BEP. Vilela; Almada/PT 71
  • 71. EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 | www.myesr.org eCr 2010 Topic Coordinators Categorical Courses E³ – European Excellence in Education Radiology of the Spine 2010 Foundation Course: Head and Neck Radiology M.M. Thurnher; Vienna/AT R. Hermans; Leuven/BE Radiology in Abdominal Emergencies Interactive Teaching Sessions B. Hamm; Berlin/DE J. Vilar; Valencia/ES P. Rogalla; Berlin/DE Imaging in Lung Diseases Hands-on Workshops M. Rémy-Jardin; Lille/FR Post-Processing of CT and MRI in Stroke Patients J. Fiehler; Hamburg/DE Mini Courses Cardiac CT Post-Processing and Analysis Organs from A to Z: Liver N.R. Mollet; Rotterdam/NL C. Bartolozzi; Pisa/IT W.J. Niessen; Rotterdam/NL Extremity Joint MRI Musculoskeletal US: Hand and Wrist, Foot and Ankle M. Zanetti; Zurich/CH E.G. McNally; Oxford/UK Multidisciplinary Sessions 3rd Workstation Face-Off Session Managing Patients with Cancer C.R. Becker; Munich/DE J. Cáceres; Barcelona/ES A. Graser; Munich/DE R.H. Reznek; London/UK72
  • 72. EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY 2010 | www.myesr.org Please note the new congress dates: Thursday, March 4 to Monday, March 8. Coordination: esr Office, Neutorgasse 9, 1010 Vienna, Austria | Phone: (+ 43 1) 533 40 64-0 | Fax: (+ 43 1) 533 40 64-441 | e-mail: communications@myesr.org | www.myesr.org Managing Editor: Julia Patuzzi | Artwork: esr Graphic Department, Petra Mühlmann | Layout: esr Graphic Department, robert Punz Printed by radinger.print, scheibbs, 2009 | All data as per date of printing: June 200974