ESOI Workshop Series 2021
Welcome to the ESOI Workshop Series 2021.
In addition to the online OIC – Oncologic Imaging Course – ESOI will offer a series of 4 workshop end of May.
Tuesday, May 25, 18:00-19:00 CEST
Multiparametric prostate MRI – tips and tricks
Heinz-Peter Schlemmer, Heidelberg/DE
Interpretation of multiparametric prostate MRI is a highly specialized task with which most radiologists are not sufficiently experienced. The increasing importance of screening for prostate cancer and increased detection or early prostate cancer have resulted in an explosion in demand for prostate MRI with a resulting need for educating more radiologists on this specialized technique.
Wednesday, May 26, 18:00-19:00 CEST
MRI Protocols for Gynaeocological Oncological MRI – Obtaining the best results
Stephanie Nougaret, Montpellier/FR; Evis Sala, Cambridge/UK
The selection and implementation of appropriate MRI protocols for uterine, cervical and endometrial tumours is essential to enable an accurate and clinically meaningful interpretation of these examinations in preparation for tailor-made treatment of these patients. An update on this topic in order to obtain the best possible results with current technology is therefore very important for practicing radiologists who report MRI scans of such patients in order to provide the best possible treatment.
Thursday, May 27, 18:00-19:00 CEST
Ablative Liver Therapies – How I do it
Ralf-Thorsten Hoffmann, Dresden/DE; Th. Helmberger; Philippe Pereira
Ablative liver therapies have become a standard therapy option for the treatment of small tumours or metastatic lesions in a less invasive way than conventional surgery. These may also be the only treatment option in patients who for various reasons may not be suitable for surgery. Regular updates on this important topic from highly renowned experts in the field are necessary to enable radiologists to use the best possible techniques and technology suited for the particular tumours they are treating.
Friday, May 28, 18:00-19:00 CEST
Whole Body Imaging for Multiple Myeloma – Current status
Stefan Delorme, Heidelberg/DE
Whole body imaging for multiple myeloma with CT or MRI has replaced the conventional skeletal survey in the great majority of centres. A large number of radiologists are still not familiar with the newer available techniques such as whole body diffusion weighted MRI which provides several advantages in terms of time of examination and in assessing response to treatment, while avoiding the radiation dose associated with CT.
UEMS CME ACCREDITATION
An application for UEMS CME accreditation has been submitted.
Active ESOI members: free of charge
Non-members: 80,00 EUR for all 4 workshops