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FINAL PROGRAMME
TIMETABLE
Sunday, March 6
Saturday, March 5
Friday, March 4
Thursday, March 3
Wednesday, March 2
08:30 09:00 09:30 10:00
New Horizons Session
NH 1
E³ - ECR Academy
E³ 121
E³ - ECR Master Class
E³ 126
10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00
12:15 13:00 13:30 14:00
E³ - ECR Academy
E³ 221
E³ - The Beauty of Basic Knowledge
E³ 24A, E³ 25A
Scientific Sessions (200)
Clinical Trials in Radiology 1
Satellite Symposium
SY 1a
Satellite Symposia
SY 1b, SY 2, SY 3, SY 4
Refresher Courses (100)
EuroSafe Imaging Session 1
1
New Horizons Session
NH 5
Professional Challenges Session
PC 5
Special Focus Session
SF 5
State of the Art Symposium
SA 5
E³ - ECR Academies
E³ 522, E³ 521, E³ 519
E³ - ECR Master Class
E³ 526
Refresher Courses (500)
Joint Course: ESR and RSNA
MC 528
E³ - Rising Stars Programme
Basic Session 1
Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen
Honorary Lecture
Andrea G. Rockall; UK
E³ - ECR Academies
E³ 621, E³ 622
Joint Course: ESR and RSNA
MC 628
E³ - The Beauty of Basic Knowledge
E³ 24B, E³ 25B
Scientific Sessions (600)
Clinical Trials in Radiology 2
E³ - Rising Stars Programme
Basic Session 2
Satellite Symposia
SY 5, SY 6, SY 7, SY 8, SY 9, SY 10,
SY 11, SY 12
5
6
ESR meets the Nordic Countries
Professional Challenges Sessions
PC 9a, PC 9b
Special Focus Sessions
SF 9a, SF 9b, SF 9c
E³ - ECR Academies
E³ 922, E³ 921, E³ 920, E³ 919
E³ - ECR Academies
E³ 1022, E³ 1021
EFOMP Workshop EF 2
9
Special Focus Sessions
SF 13a, SF 13b, SF 13c, SF 13d
E³ - ECR Academies
E³ 1321, E³ 1318
E³ - European Diploma Prep Session
E³ 1323
Josef Lissner
Honorary Lecture
Valérie Vilgrain; FR
MIR @ ECR Session MIR 1
E³ - Rising Stars Programme
Student Session 4
EFOMP Workshop EF 1
RTF Quiz
E³ - The Beauty of Basic Knowledge
E³ 24C, E³ 25C
Scientific Sessions (1000)
Refresher Courses (900)
E³ - Rising Stars Programme
Student Session 3
2
10
ESR meets Japan
Satellite Symposia
SY 13, SY 14, SY 15, SY 16, SY 17, SY 18,
SY 19, SY 20
Sven-Ivar Seldinger
Honorary Lecture
Staffan Holmin; SE
Refresher Courses (1300)
E³ - ECR Academy
E³ 1421
E³ - European Diploma Prep Session
E³ 1423
Refresher Course
RC 1405
ESR Patient Advisory Group ESR-PAG 1
Scientific Sessions (1400)
EIBIR Session 3
E³ - Rising Stars Programme
Basic Session 4
ESR Patient Advisory Group ESR-PAG 2
Satellite Symposia
SY 26, SY 27, SY 28, SY 29, SY 30
13
Special Focus Sessions
SF 17a, SF 17b
Professional Challenges Session
PC 17
State of the Art Symposium
SA 17
E³ - ECR Academy
E³ 1721
E³ - ECR Master Classes
E³ 1726a, E³ 1726b, E³ 1726c, E³ 1726d
Refresher Courses (1700)
EIBIR Session 4
Joint Session: ESR and ESHI
E³ - Rising Stars Programme
Basic Session 6
17
RTF Highlighted Lectures
E³ - Rising Stars Programme
Basic Session 5
14
ESR meets Colombia
Professional Challenges Session
PC 18
E³ - ECR Master Class
E³ 1826
E³ - European Diploma Prep Session
E³ 1823
E³ - The Beauty of Basic Knowledge
E³ 24D, E³ 25D
Junior Image Interpretation Quiz
E³ - The Beauty of Basic Knowledge
E³ 24E, E³ 25E
E³ - Rising Stars Programme
Case-Based Diagnosis Training
Scientific Sessions (1800)
18
The Voice of EPOS • in the EPOS™ Arena
Wednesday – Saturday: hourly between 09:00 and 17:00 • Sunday: hourly between 09:00 and 13:00
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TIMETABLE
E³ - ECR Academies
E³ 721, E³ 722
Refresher Courses (400)
4
EuroSafe Imaging Session 2
Satellite Symposium
SY 1d
Professional Challenges Sessions
PC 8a, PC 8b
Special Focus Sessions
SF 8a, SF 8b, SF 8c, SF 8d
Multidisciplinary Session
MS 8
E³ - ECR Academies
E³ 822, E³ 821, E³ 819
Scientific Sessions (700)
EIBIR Session 1
ESOR Session
Joint Course: ESR and RSNA
MC 728
Refresher Courses (800)
Joint Session:
American College of Radiology Session
E³ - Rising Stars Programme
Student Session 1
7
EFRS meets Sweden
8
ESR Working Group on Ultrasound
Joint Course: ESR and RSNA
MC 828
E³ - Rising Stars Programme
Student Session 2
EIBIR Session 2
Professional Challenges Sessions
PC 12a, PC 12b
E³ - ECR Academies
E³ 1221, E³ 1220, E³ 1218
E³ - ECR Master Classes
E³ 1226a, E³ 1226b, E³ 1226c
Joint Session: ESR and ESMRMB
Refresher Courses (1200)
Satellite Symposia
SY 21, SY 22, SY 23, SY 24, SY 25
MIR @ ECR Session MIR 3
Image Interpretation Quiz
MIR @ ECR Session MIR 2
11
EuroSafe Imaging Session 3
12
Joint Session: ESR and EANM
EDiR talk
E³ - Rising Stars Programme
Basic Session 3
Special Focus Session
SF 15
State of the Art Symposium
SA 15
E³ - ECR Academies
E³ 1521, E³ 1520, E³ 1518
E³ - ECR Master Class
E³ 1526
E³ - European Diploma Prep Session
E³ 1523
Special Focus Session
SF 16
Multidisciplinary Sessions
MS 16a, MS 16b
E³ - ECR Academies
E³ 1621, E³ 1620, E³ 1618
E³ - ECR Master Class
E³ 1626
E³ - European Diploma Prep Session
E³ 1623
Refresher Courses (1500)
Refresher Courses (1600)
Joint Session: ESR and ERS
E³ - Rising Stars Programme
Student Final Session
15
EuroSafe Imaging Session 4
Joint Session: ESR and ESTRO
Joint Session:
ESR, EFSUMB and ESPR
16
Thursday, March 3
3
Presentation of Honorary Members:
Ronald L. Arenson; US
Hassen A. Gharbi; TN
Qiyong Guo; CN
Wednesday, March 2
Opening Ceremony
New Horizons Session
NH 4
E³ - ECR Academy
E³ 419
E³ - ECR Master Classes
E³ 426a, E³ 426b
Pros & Cons Session
PS 427
Satellite Symposium
SY 1c
17:45 18:00 18:30 19:00
Friday, March 4
Scientific Sessions (300)
16:00 16:30 17:00 17:30
Saturday, March 5
14:00 14:30 15:00 15:30
Scientific Sessions (1900)
E³ - Rising Stars Programme
Case-Based Diagnosis Training
19
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Sunday, March 6
E³ - European Diploma Prep Session
E³ 1923
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28TH EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY
CONGRESS VENUE
CONGRESS LANGUAGE
Austria Center Vienna
Bruno Kreisky Platz 1
1220 Vienna, Austria
English
ONSITE OPENING HOURS
Registration
Tuesday, March 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wednesday, March 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Thursday, March 3 to Saturday, March 5. . .
Sunday, March 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12:00–18:00
07:00–18:00
07:30–18:00
07:30–16:00
Preview Centre
Tuesday, March 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12:00–18:00
Wednesday, March 2 to Saturday, March 5. . . 07:30–18:00
Sunday, March 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 07:30–16:00
EPOS™ – Scientific Exhibition
Wednesday, March 2 to Saturday, March 5. . 08:00–18:00
Sunday, March 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 08:00–15:30
Technical Exhibition
EXPO Halls and EXPO Foyer D
Thursday, March 3 to Saturday, March 5. . . 10:00–17:00
Sunday, March 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10:00–14:00
First Level (Gallery)
Wednesday, March 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14:00–17:00
Thursday, March 3 to Saturday, March 5. . . 10:00–17:00
Sunday, March 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10:00–16:00
Travel Service
Tuesday, March 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12:00–18:00
Wednesday, March 2 to Saturday, March 5. . . 07:30–18:00
Sunday, March 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 07:30–15:00
Press Office & Business Centre
Wednesday, March 2 to Sunday, March 6. . 08:00–18:00
SESSIONS IN JOINT SPONSORSHIP WITH
CIRSE
Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiological Society of Europe
EFOMP
European Federation of Organisations for Medical Physics
EFRS
European Federation of Radiographer Societies
ESCR
European Society of Cardiac Radiology
ESER
European Society of Emergency Radiology
ESGAR
European Society of Gastrointestinal and Abdominal Radiology
ESHNR
European Society of Head and Neck Radiology
ESMOFIR European Society of Molecular and Functional Imaging in Radiology
ESNR
European Society of Neuroradiology
ESOI
European Society of Oncologic Imaging
ESPR
European Society of Paediatric Radiology
ESSR
European Society of Musculoskeletal Radiology
ESTI
European Society of Thoracic Imaging
ESUR
European Society of Urogenital Radiology
EUSOBI
European Society of Breast Imaging
EuSoMII
European Society of Medical Imaging Informatics
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General Information
INFORMATION FROM A–Z
TABLE OF
CONTENTS
Forewords
by the ESR President. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
by the ECR 2016 Congress President. . . . . . . . . . . . 8
General Information
Information from A to Z . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CME at ECR 2016 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Headline Sessions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
(Junior) Image Interpretation Quizzes. . . . . . . . . .
EPOS™ – Scientific Exhibition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Green Meeting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Free Publications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ECR 2016 welcomes its industry partners. . . . . .
ESR Journals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Underground Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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37
Floor Plans. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
ESR Dignitaries
Honorary Member Ronald L. Arenson. . . . . . . . . 50
Honorary Member Hassen A. Gharbi . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Honorary Member Qiyong Guo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Gold Medallist Gabriel P. Krestin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Gold Medallist Claude Manelfe. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Gold Medallist Peter Vock. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Honorary Lecturer Staffan Holmin . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Honorary Lecturer Andrea G. Rockall . . . . . . . . . . 57
Honorary Lecturer Valérie Vilgrain. . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Committees
ESR Executive Council . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Congress Committee. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Programme Planning Committee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Scientific Subcommittees. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Topic Coordinators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Programme Overviews
Wednesday, March 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Thursday, March 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Friday, March 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Saturday, March 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sunday, March 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Scientific Programme
ESR/EFRS meets Sessions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
New Horizons Sessions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
State of the Art Symposia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
Special Focus Sessions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
Professional Challenges Sessions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
Multidisciplinary Sessions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
European Excellence in Education (E3) . . . . . . . . 97
Rising Stars Programme. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
European Diploma Prep Sessions. . . . . . . . . . . 105
The Beauty of Basic Knowledge . . . . . . . . . . 107
ECR Academies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
ECR Master Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115
Mini Course . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
Pros & Cons Session . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121
The Voice of EPOS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
Refresher Courses / Scientific Sessions. . . . . . . 143
Abdominal and Gastrointestinal. . . . . . . . . . . 144
Breast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 146
Cardiac . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147
Chest. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148
Computer Applications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150
Molecular Imaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150
Genitourinary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151
Head and Neck . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152
Interventional Radiology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153
Musculoskeletal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155
Neuro. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 156
Paediatric. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158
Physics in Radiology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 159
Radiographers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 160
Vascular . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 162
Oncologic Imaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 163
Emergency Radiology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 164
Joint Sessions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 165
Industry Programme
Satellite Symposia. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 177
Industry Workshops. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 181
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Forewords
FOREWORD BY THE ESR PRESIDENT
DEAR COLLEAGUES,
It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to the European
ties together various previous endeavours in the field of
Congress of Radiology (ECR) 2016. As president of the
imaging biomarkers and personalised imaging, including
European Society of Radiology (ESR), it is very satisfying
close collaboration with the ESR-EORTC and QIBA™.
to see the culmination of all the hard work and dedication
that has gone into preparing this event, which is always the
On a similar note, I am pleased to say that the ESR has
biggest highlight of the society’s year.
recently signed a memorandum of understanding with the
Biobanking and BioMolecular resources Research Infra-
The ECR is so much more than a scientific meeting; beyond
structure – European Research Infrastructure Consortium
the regular programme that forms its basis, there are an
(BBMRI-ERIC) with the aim of raising the profile of imaging
ever-increasing number of special sessions and side events
biobanks and ultimately establishing a European imaging
that tie in with the ESR’s ongoing activities. More and more,
biobank infrastructure. Endeavours such as this and the
the ECR is becoming not only a marker of the current state
EIBALL are vital groundwork for ensuring we can make the
of our discipline, via its scientific content, but also a reflec-
most of future developments in medical imaging.
tion of the ESR’s progress, as so many of the achievements
from throughout the prior twelve months are represented
The EuroSafe Imaging campaign, the ESR’s own initia-
here in one way or another. Naturally, this congress is not
tive to promote quality and safety in medical imaging, will
just where we, as individuals, come to discover the latest
also be well represented at the congress. The campaign is
in our field; it is also where we, as a society, celebrate and
continually growing in scope and this year that is clearly
look back on the steps we have taken over the last year.
reflected in the ECR programme, with not only four dedicated EuroSafe Imaging sessions, but six other sessions
Some of our proudest recent moments have come in the
and workshops centred on various subjects. One of those
field of research. In particular, the European Institute for
topics is clinical decision support (CDS), a major issue on
Biomedical Imaging Research (EIBIR), of which the ESR
the ESR’s agenda over the last year, during which we have
is the majority owner, saw remarkable success in 2015. Four
launched a CDS platform (the ESR iGuide), as well as our
Horizon 2020 projects benefiting from EIBIR’s proposal
own basis patient safety standards and the ESR Clinical
preparation services and expertise had grant agreements
Audit Tool. Such services are an important part of the ESR’s
signed, meaning EIBIR is now involved in 25% of all projects
strategy going forward, as part of a larger commitment to
funded under the imaging-specific call. Considering the suc-
providing professional support for the radiological family.
cess rate for Horizon 2020 proposals has been generally low,
this is a real credit to the expertise we have at our disposal
The provision of qualifications is yet another form of sup-
in this arena. This success story will form part of one of
port we offer to radiologists, and one of the most notable
the four EIBIR sessions at this congress, and EIBIR will also
non-programme aspects of recent ECRs is the hosting
feature in an additional session introducing the European
of examinations for the European Diploma in Radiology
Imaging Biomarkers Alliance (EIBALL), a new body that
(EDiR). This will be the sixth ECR at which an EDiR exam
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has been held and this year it will serve as a platform for the
introduction of a change in format. The European Board of
Radiology (EBR) has been actively reviewing the examination process with the aim of making sure the exam remains
as accurate a test of candidates’ ability as possible. The
result of this is that a new ‘skills examination’ will be tested
at ECR 2016, developed from what used to be known as the
oral part of the exam. I would like to wish everyone taking
the exam, which will include the EDiR’s 1000th candidate,
the very best of luck!
Another educational service that is fundamentally tied in
with the ECR is the Electronic Poster Online System, better
Prof. Luis Donoso Bach is Director of the
Diagnostic Imaging Department of the Hospital
Clínic of the University of Barcelona, Spain.
He is also the Executive Director of the UDIAT
Diagnostic Centre at the Health Corporation
Parc Taulí.
known to most of us as EPOS™. The online database serves
as a learning resource all year round, but the posters it
programme will match the recent standard and see just as
contains are of course all submitted for the congress. This
broad a range of the radiological family joining us in Vienna.
year, EPOS has a new side to it, as submitters have been
able to apply to present their posters in person, under the
Finally, I would like to express my thanks to Prof. Katrine
heading The Voice of EPOS. I hope many of you will take the
Riklund for masterminding a fantastic programme for ECR
oportunity to attend these presentations, which will bring
2016, along with all members of the Congress Programme
a valuable new dimension to the usual EPOS experience.
Planning Committee, the Chairs and members of the Scientific Subcommittees, the Subspecialty Societies and, of
One of the outcomes of this expansion of EPOS may very
course, the wonderful team at the ESR office. I hope each
well be that some submitters who may usually stay at home
one of you will enjoy the experience, and the amazing city
during the ECR might make their first trip to Vienna, and
of Vienna, to the very fullest.
this of course would be a wonderful bonus. By adding more
and more flavours to our congress, we hope to cater for
every taste in the radiological spectrum. One of the largest
growing areas of the ECR in that respect is the programme
for radiographers. We are delighted that the numbers of
radiographers and radiological technicians visiting the congress have been consistently high over recent years, thanks
Luis Donoso Bach
largely to the close involvement of the European Federation
ESR President
of Radiographer Societies. I am positive that this year’s
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FOREWORD BY THE ECR PRESIDENT
DEAR FRIENDS,
DEAR COLLEAGUES,
during last year’s ECR. Even if we are in a transition period,
with an increased use of digital communication and online
participation, a huge number of people still take part on-site
in Vienna, and I hope you will continue to do so. Another
good example of our progress is that, even as time is passing
by, we are getting younger. Between 2008 and 2015 the
average age of attendees has fallen from 47 to 42 years.
At ECR 2016 you will have the chance to find out a lot about
interesting medical imaging in the ‘ESR meets’ sessions,
such as breast radiology in the Nordic countries, state-ofthe-art radiology in Japan, and the transition from practice
to reality in Colombia. You are all invited to these sessions;
they are not intended exclusively for attendees from the
presenting countries, but for everyone else to discover
Prof. Katrine Riklund is a radiologist who is also
licensed in nuclear medicine at Umeå University
Hospital, Sweden. She is deputy head of the
department of radiation sciences and director of
the medical school at Umeå University.
something new. Radiology will also meet nuclear medicine
in a session on hybrid imaging and during ECR 2016 you
can also witness the launch of the new European Society
for Hybrid Medical Imaging (ESHI) by visiting the ESHI
booth in the entrance hall, where you can pick plenty of
information about the new society.
For ECR 2016, the new format introduced to the educational
I am very proud and greatly honoured to welcome you to
programme last year will remain, which means you will find
the European Congress of Radiology (ECR) 2016. During
sessions with the right level of complexity wherever you
the last 20 years I have seen the congress evolve and grow,
are in your professional development. To guide you, the
and every year I love being at this wonderful event. The
sessions are marked with the knowledge level they are
first impression when arriving in the entrance hall is always
intended for. Also this year, candidates will once again be
fabulous and the feeling of being welcome is always strong
sitting examinations for the European Diploma in Radiology
for me, and I hope all of you will feel the same. To meet you
(EDiR) during the congress. Interest in the EDiR has been
all in the entrance hall, in lecture rooms, and in the technical
increasing every year and I am pleased to say this particular
exhibition, strengthens my confidence of the importance
examination was fully booked a long time in advance.
of keeping face-to-face meetings. The number of friends
and colleagues attending the ECR has increased year by
This year’s poster shows you a combination of the phe-
year and we ended up with more than 25,000 attendees
nomena we have up north, close to the Arctic Circle; the
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northern lights and the midnight sun, but something is
radiology beyond our comfort zones, just because our field
wrong. They do not show up simultaneously, not even at
is so amazing!
Kebnekajse, which is the mountain on the poster. So the
poster is a hybrid of both summer and winter, and hybrid is
This ECR is the result of almost one and a half years of work
a theme that is repeated throughout ECR 2016. These phe-
from hundreds of people who have contributed to creat-
nomena are mixed with small objects symbolising people,
ing this wonderful congress, and I am so thankful to have
or molecules, or whatever you would like them to be, and
the opportunity to be part of this enormous preparation
if you look at the movies you can see them all moving, in
team. The enthusiasm and devotion of all collaborators is
some way connected to each other. The ECR 2015 theme
the basis for creating a congress which delivers both the
‘radiology without borders’ is more relevant than ever for
basics and the front line in imaging. I would like to offer my
most of us and I hope we still can meet at ECR 2016 with-
most sincere thanks to the fantastic efforts of the Congress
out borders even if the situation in Europe has changed
Programme Planning Committee, the Chairs and members
dramatically during recent months. The ECR is one of the
of the Scientific Subcommittees, the Subspecialty Societies
greatest radiological events in the world, with participants
and, of course, the dedicated and professional support of
from more than 120 countries, which means you will meet
ESR office staff. Progression demands change and, when
friends and colleagues from almost every part of the world.
ECR 2016 comes to a close, I will be the last ‘ECR Congress
President’. In the coming year we are moving forward with
ECR 2016 will keep up the good reputation of a programme
a re-organisation of the European Society of Radiology
woven from high quality teaching and scientific sessions,
(ESR) leadership structure, and the ECR will become the
as well as posters. A new feature this year is the Voice of
responsibility of the new combined ESR/ECR President.
EPOS, which consists of poster sessions with short oral
presentations in the EPOSTM area. Interest in this new idea
Finally, I would like to warmly welcome you to ECR 2016,
has been great, leading to an all-time high in EPOS abstract
and hope you enjoy the congress, meet friends, make new
submissions, with 2,989 abstracts submitted. The Voice of
contacts in your network, and take the opportunity to enjoy
EPOS sessions will be held not only in organ-based topic
the social events of the congress and also of Vienna.
groups, but also in several different languages, adding a
useful new dimension to the congress.
I am also happy to announce that submission of Clinical
Trials in Radiology abstracts has increased substantially
compared to last year, so I also encourage you to come
and listen to the presentations based on these ongoing
Katrine Riklund
trials. I know that sessions with basic radiology are very
ECR 2016 Congress President
much appreciated, but I have a wish that, this year, all of
us will challenge ourselves by taking some time to explore
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PROUDLY PRESENTS
JUAN DIEGO FLÓREZ
AN EXCLUSIVE
PERFORMANCE AT THE
© Juan Diego Flórez 2014
ECR 2016
OPENING CEREMONY
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2
17:45–19:00, ROOM A
GENERAL
INFORMATION
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ARTS & CULTURE
BOOKSTORE
Delegates are encouraged to visit the Arts & Culture Desk
This year, for the third time, the ECR is offering delegates an
in the entrance hall for information on Vienna’s cultural
outstanding service. The Viennese bookstore Buchkontor
events such as exclusive opera performances, delightful
will open a special ECR bookstore in the entrance hall of
concerts, and the fascinating exhibitions in Vienna’s most
the congress venue. Browse through a wide range of books,
important and remarkable museums. Pick up your personal
from guidebooks on Vienna’s best sights to cookbooks full
Arts & Culture Brochure at this counter to find descriptions
of delicious Austrian recipes. For the more discerning reader,
of all cultural places.
there will also be a range of Austrian literature so you can
take some of the country’s history and culture home with
BADGES
you. The Buchkontor staff look forward to welcoming you
For organisational and security reasons, badges must be
and helping you find that page-turner.
worn at the congress venue. Access to the different areas will
Buchkontor’s ECR Bookstore, entrance hall.
only be granted upon presentation of an appropriate badge.
BROADCAST ZONES
Lost or Forgotten Badges
The ECR features specific Broadcast Zones, where you can
In the case of loss, a replacement badge will only be provided
listen to sessions and view the corresponding presentation
on full payment of the applicable onsite registration fee.
material in a relaxed atmosphere when the actual lecture
Forgotten badges will be replaced against a deposit of the
rooms are overcrowded. Broadcast Zones are located
full onsite fee.
In the Austria Center Vienna next to Room B and C
(2nd level), Rooms O and N (1st level), and Room K (lower
BOOK OF ABSTRACTS
In keeping with the ESR’s commitment to environmental
sustainability, and due to demand from its members, the
Book of Abstracts is only available online.
level)
In the M Building next to Rooms M4 and M5
See Floor Plans on pages 40–48.
All abstracts can be accessed at www.i3-journal.org/articles.
BUSINESS CENTRE
You can also create your own personal Book of Abstracts with
The Press Office & Business Centre, located on the entrance
the help of the popular ECR Interactive Programme Planner
level, offers copy facilities for a small charge.
on our new platform ECR Online (ecronline.myESR.org).
Opening hours:
Abstracts of EPOS™ presentations no longer appear in the
Wednesday, March 2 to Sunday, March 6. . . . 08:00–18:00
Book of Abstracts. Each full EPOS™ presentation can instead
be cited by a Digital Object Identifier (DOI), which appears
CAFÉS & RESTAURANTS
with the presentation at www.myESR.org/epos.
If you are looking for an ideal meeting point, or if you just
want to take a short break, try one of the various foyer cafés
and restaurants. They are situated throughout the whole
congress venue and on all levels of the building, offering a
variety of tasty hot and cold snacks.
Please see the ‘coffee-cup’ signs on the Floor Plans on pages
40–48 of this programme to locate the various foyer cafés.
CASE-BASED DIAGNOSIS TRAINING
Please refer to the E3 – Rising Stars Programme and see
pages 99–104.
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CASES OF THE DAY
CLINICAL TRIALS IN RADIOLOGY
From Wednesday to Saturday, five Cases of the Day cover-
For the second time, at ECR 2016, Clinical Trials in Radiol-
ing different sections of radiology are shown on computer
ogy (CTiR) sessions are taking place. The CTiR sessions are
stations in the EPOS™ classroom on the 1 level. Participants
comprised of presentations on recent trials which are very
are invited to submit their diagnoses. The winners will be
likely to have an impact on clinical practice.
announced on the ESR website.
Session places are allocated on a first-come, first-served
We would like to acknowledge the contribution of the fol-
basis. Please refer to page 167 for the programme of the
lowing authors to the Cases of the Day:
sessions.
Wednesday:
CME ACCREDITATION SYSTEM
Case 1: M.-A. Weber; Germany
The ESR is happy to provide you with a fully digital CME
st
Case 2: S. Liddy, O. Buckley; Ireland
Case 3: S. Hanquinet, M. Laurent; Switzerland
Case 4: J. Avsenik, K. Surlan Popovič; Slovenia
Case 5: V. Di Paola, R. Pozzi Mucelli; Italy
Thursday:
Case 1: G.M. Magnano, M.B. Damasio; Italy
Case 2: G. Chassagnon, M.-P. Revel; France
Case 3: Ž. Snoj, J. Regvat, V. Salapura; Slovenia
Case 4: F. Iafrate, M. Santoni, C. Cavallini, S. Pontone; Italy
acquisition system for ECR 2016. Please note that we no
longer provide printed CME stickers.
Evaluation and CME acquisition will be possible via
» The official ECR app, ECR 2016, available via the App Store
(iOS) and Google play (Android)
» More than 130 laptops in the ECR Online & EPOS Lounge
located on the 1st level
» The registration counters on the entrance level from Friday,
March 4, 13:00 onwards
Case 5: E. Loney; United Kingdom
» The CME & evaluation terminals located on the 1st level
Friday:
Please note that evaluation of the sessions is only possible
Case 1: A. Alcalá-Galiano; Spain
Case 2: L. Oleaga Zufiría; Spain
Case 3: R. Woitek, T.H. Helbich, H. Ringl, C.J. Herold; Austria
Case 4: I. Shrainer, I. Arkhipova, V. Sinitsyn, E. Zorin, N.
Ermakov; Russian Federation
Case 5: M. Claudon; France
Saturday:
Case 1: A.C. Tsili, G.V. Mouka, A.A. Ntorkou, D. Giannakis, S.
Stavrou, M.I. Argyropoulou; Greece
Case 2: J.A. Gonzalez-Nieto, J. Vizuete del Rio; Spain
Case 3: J. Babar, S. Karia; United Kingdom
Case 4: P. Martín, A. Ramos, E. Salvador; Spain
Case 5: E. Vachev, G. Kirova, V. Traykov, E. Ruskova, B. Penev,
G. Kuninski; Bulgaria
CHURCHES AND RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES IN VIENNA
Vienna is a multi-denominational, multi-cultural city. We
will be pleased to provide you with information on local
religious communities and places of worship at the Travel
Service Desk.
March 2–7, 2016.
CME credits will only be awarded if
» You are logged into https://eval.webges.com/ecr2016
with your username (last name) and Personal ID (printed
on your badge)
» You have fully completed the electronic questionnaire
for each session
See pages 22–23.
COAT CHECK
The coat check services are located on the entrance level, in
Foyers E and F, as well as on the lower level next to Room D1.
COMMUNICATION AREAS
If you are looking for the perfect place to meet and talk with
friends or just to relax and browse through ECR Today, ECR
2016 offers areas perfectly equipped for communication and
recreation; the ESR Welcome Lounge right in the middle
of the entrance hall, and the Rising Stars & RTF Lounge
on the lower level, which welcomes all students, residents
and trainees.
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CONFIRMATION OF PAYMENT AND ATTENDANCE
ECR 2016 SMARTPHONE APP
Congress-related confirmation will be available during and
The ECR 2016 App gives iPhone, iPad and Android users a
after the congress from the ESR website (www.myESR.org)
new way to experience the congress. The app is packed with
via the MyUserArea (login with your last name and your
features, including general congress information, scientific
Personal ID as printed on your badge).
and educational programme details, top news stories from
ECR Today, full abstracts, and even floor plans of the Austria
CONGRESS LANGUAGE
Center. Please make sure you have Bluetooth enabled, as
English
the app supports iBeacons™ technology. You can download
CONGRESS VENUE
Austria Center Vienna
Bruno Kreisky Platz 1
1220 Vienna, Austria
Phone: (+43 1) 533 40 64–0
To reach the ACV by public transport from the city centre
(Stephansplatz) take the U1 underground line (red line,
direction Leopoldau). Get off at Kaisermühlen/Vienna International Centre and take the exit marked Donau-City-Straße.
Travelling time: approximately eight minutes.
‘ECR ONLINE’ (PREVIOUSLY ‘ECR LIVE’)
After last year’s success, the ESR is once again providing
a live streaming service for ECR 2016, under its new name
ECR Online, in an effort to bring the ECR to everyone. All
ECR sessions are being broadcast live via the ESR website,
with Facebook and Twitter options integrated into the web
interface to provide a fully interactive experience.
ECR Online is kindly supported by Bayer HealthCare and
GE Healthcare.
Link: ecronline.myESR.org
ECR ONLINE & EPOS™ LOUNGE
The ECR Online & EPOS™ Lounge has 130 computer terminals where delegates can watch ECR sessions either live or
on demand. Enjoy the Lounge’s relaxing atmosphere while
you catch up with the congress sessions.
ECR TODAY
ECR Today, the popular daily newspaper of the congress,
is published from Wednesday to Sunday and distributed in
the ECR 2016 App from iTunes/Google Play.
EFOMP (European Federation of Organisations for Medical
Physics) WORKSHOP
This workshop is the 18th in the series of EFOMP Workshops
on new technology in diagnostic radiology. This year’s workshop is entitled ‘Radiation protection for the female patient
and female medical staff’. It has been organised by EFOMP
in collaboration with the ESR to address the current and
future technological requirements for radiology imaging
equipment (please refer to page 169).
‘EFRS MEETS’ SESSION
After the enormous success at previous ECRs, which
reflected the good relations between the ESR and the
European Federation of Radiographer Societies (EFRS),
the EFRS is again hosting a dedicated session. ‘EFRS meets
Sweden’ underlines the essential role of radiographers in
medical imaging. Please refer to page 82 for the programme
of the session.
EIBIR BOOTH
Visit the EIBIR Booth in the entrance hall for the most recent
news on the European Institute for Biomedical Imaging
Research and to celebrate ten years of EIBIR.
EMERGENCY INFORMATION/FIRST AID
For fire, medical or police assistance, please contact ACV
Information or the nearest available ECR or ACV staff member. A medical specialist trained in emergency medicine will
be present for the duration of the congress.
See Red Cross sign on the Floor Plan page 41.
the entrance hall of the congress venue and in the entrance
area of the Technical Exhibition. In addition, all issues are
available online at www.myESR.org
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EPOS™ – SCIENTIFIC EXHIBITION
EUROPEAN EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION (E3)
The ECR 2016 electronic scientific exhibition is open
The E3 programme emphasises the importance of lifelong
Wednesday to Saturday from 08:00 to 18:00, and Sunday
learning. It covers the entire range of educational issues,
from 08:00 to 15:30. EPOS™ can be accessed via the 130
from undergraduate medical education to subspecialised
workstations in the ECR Online & EPOS™ Lounge, which is
continuing professional development. For the second time
located on the 1st level.
at ECR 2016, the E3 programme is structured according to
Make sure to attend the new The Voice of EPOS sessions,
the different levels defined by the ESR European Training
where the authors of the best posters will present those in
Curriculum for Radiology.
moderated poster sessions.
The E3 programme consists of the following five branches,
See pages 28–29.
which reflect the different levels of education in radiology,
as well as the different stages of an individual’s professional
‘ESR MEETS’ SESSIONS
career:
The purpose of ‘ESR meets’ is to forge closer ties between
Rising Stars Programme, European Diploma Prep Sessions,
the ESR and its guest societies. The guest nations of this
year’s ECR are the Colombia, Japan and the Nordic Countries, as a tribute to the home of ECR Congress President
Katrine Riklund from Sweden. There are dedicated sessions for the radiological communities of these nations to
demonstrate the excellence of radiology in their countries.
Places at these sessions are allocated on a first-come, firstserved basis. Please refer to pages 81–82 for the programme
The Beauty of Basic Knowledge, ECR Academies, ECR
Master Classes.
The Rising Stars Programme is designed especially for residents, students, radiographers and trainee radiographers.
It consists of Basic Sessions, Student Sessions, Case-Based
Diagnosis Training, and the Radiology Trainees Forum Programme including the RTF Highlighted Lectures and the
of the sessions.
RTF Quiz.
ESR WELCOME LOUNGE
The European Diploma Prep Sessions aim to prepare pro-
Visit the ESR Welcome Lounge in the entrance hall! Whether
you are looking for an ideal meeting point or just want to
take a short break – the ESR Welcome Lounge will suit your
needs. Free wireless LAN is provided for your convenience.
Watch out for artistic performances from the ‘ESR meets’
countries during the lunch breaks.
EUROPEAN BOARD OF RADIOLOGY (EBR)
Visit the EBR Booth in the entrance hall to learn all about
the European Diploma in Radiology (EDiR), how to apply,
and where and when the next exams will take place.
www.myEBR.org
EUROPEAN DIPLOMA IN RADIOLOGY (EDIR)
spective candidates for the European Diploma in Radiology
(EDiR).
They are also suitable for residents who want an overview
of the various topics relevant to imaging and for those
preparing for their national board examinations.
The content of the programme reflects Level I European
Training Curriculum for Radiology (ETC) learning objectives
across a two-year cycle. The sessions are held in close
cooperation with the European Board of Radiology (EBR).
Each of the six sessions is led by three lecturers and moderated by one chairman.
The Beauty of Basic Knowledge programmes focus on
knowledge essential to the daily practice of radiology. The
format of these sessions reflects the tradition of conven-
An examination for the European Diploma in Radiology
tional teaching sessions, in which experienced teachers
is being held at ECR 2016. The electronic-based written
share their insights into a topic of particular relevance with
examination takes place on Tuesday, March 1, in the ECR
a group of attendees.
Online & EPOS™ Lounge on the 1st level, whereas the case-
Each Beauty of Basic Knowledge session consists of a
based oral examinations take place Wednesday, March 2 in
45-minute lecture or two 25-minute lectures held by one or
various rooms on the entrance level in the M Building (see
two speakers plus 10–15 minutes for discussion. The teaching
Floor Plan M Building on page 46).
format is usually case-based with some interaction with
Success in the examination certifies a standard of radi-
the attendees. The content of the sessions is mostly tied to
ological knowledge deemed appropriate by the ESR for
the Level I and Level II European Training Curriculum (ETC)
independent practise in general radiology.
learning objectives. The Beauty of Basic Knowledge sessions
www.myEBR.org
are suited to residents and board-certified radiologists who
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want to refresh their knowledge in basic topics of imaging
EUROSAFE IMAGING
and image-guided therapy.
EuroSafe Imaging is the ESR’s latest initiative in radiation
The programmes will be concluded with a self-assessment
protection. It aims to promote the safe and appropriate
test, published on the platform ‘ESR Education on Demand’.
use of medical imaging in Europe and around the world.
ECR delegates can access the platform and the self-assess-
Please view the EuroSafe Imaging Poster Exhibition on a
ment tests through the work stations in the ECR Online &
EPOS™ Lounge (1st level).
dedicated screen in the ECR Online & EPOS™ Lounge on
the 1st level, with submissions from all over Europe. And
The ECR Academies consist of a series of four to six ses-
stop by the EuroSafe Imaging Booth in the entrance hall
to learn all about this important initiative.
sions relevant to a particular area of radiology. This may be
a classic organ-based field or a technically oriented area
of another field related to radiology, such as management.
Each ECR Academy spans several days, in which the different facets of the area in question are covered by experts in
the field. An ECR Academy is a coherent course in which
the different sessions complement one another in order to
reflect the entirety of the field.
The ECR Academies are particularly suited to general radiologists or radiologists with a subspecialisation.
All programmes (apart from Interactive Teaching Sessions)
will be concluded with a self-assessment test, published on
the platform ‘ESR Education on Demand’. ECR delegates can
access the platform and the self-assessment tests through
the work stations in the ECR Online & EPOS™ Lounge
(1st level).
EXPO HALLS & EXPO FOYER D
Opening hours:
Thursday, March 3 to Saturday, March 5. . . . . . 10:00–17:00
Sunday, March 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10:00–14:00
Visit the additional technical exhibition area on the 1st level
of the congress venue:
First Level (Gallery)
Opening hours:
Wednesday, March 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14:00–17:00
Thursday, March 3 to Saturday, March 5. . . . . . 10:00–17:00
Sunday, March 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10:00–16:00
FREE PUBLICATIONS
The ESR again presents the ‘Free Publications’ Booth on the
The ECR Master Classes focus on continuous professional
development and lifelong learning. The classes are designed
for subspecialised radiologists seeking cutting-edge information in their particular fields of interest. They are held by
experts in the field and reflect state-of-the-art knowledge,
1st level, integrated into the ECR Online & EPOS™ Lounge.
Pick up free copies of radiology journals and magazines
(see page 31).
FUTURE MEETINGS DESK
as well as emerging trends.
This area – located in the ECR Online & EPOS™ Lounge on the
The ECR Master Classes are offered in cooperation with
1stlevel – offers you an overview of future meetings in the
each of the following subspecialty societies:
field of radiology and related disciplines, from all over the
CIRSE (one on vascular and one on interventional radiology),
world. Feel free to contribute flyers and posters to promote
ESCR, ESER, ESGAR, ESHNR, ESMOFIR, ESNR, ESOI, ESPR,
your own meetings and courses.
ESSR, ESTI, ESUR, EUSOBI.
HEADLINE SESSIONS
‘EUROPEAN RADIOLOGY’
For details on the Honorary Lectures by Staffan Holmin,
European Radiology is Europe’s number one journal in gen-
Andrea G. Rockall and Valérie Vilgrain see page 25.
eral radiology. And it celebrates its 25 anniversary this year!
th
See page 35.
‘INSIGHTS INTO IMAGING’
Insights into Imaging is the ESR’s online journal for educaEUROPEAN SCHOOL OF RADIOLOGY (ESOR) BOOTH
tion and guidelines. It is open access and PubMed indexed.
Visit the ESOR Booth in the entrance hall for the latest news
See page 35.
on the European School of Radiology. In addition, there is
an ESOR Info Desk in the Rising Stars & RTF Lounge.
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INDUSTRY WORKSHOPS
MEETING ROOMS
At ECR 2016 there are various Industry Workshops sched-
Meeting rooms at ECR 2016 are to be found here:
uled, organised by Bayer HealthCare, Fujifilm Europe, GE
Healthcare, Hologic, Mammotome and Toshiba Medical
In the Austria Center Vienna
Systems. Please note that Industry Workshops are no longer
1st level:
CME-accredited.
2nd level:Meeting Rooms 2.11, 2.12, 2.34, 2.41, 2.42, 2.44,
See separate booklet for details.
Meeting Rooms 1.85, 1.86
2.95
3 level:
rd
Meeting Room 3.32
INTERACTIVE PROGRAMME PLANNER
The ESR is again proud to present this popular interactive
tool for ECR 2016. The IPP provides a convenient way to
explore and customise the congress programme online, in
both traditional browser and mobile device versions.
In the adjoining M Building
(only available from Wednesday, March 2, to Saturday,
March 5)
Entrance level:Meeting Rooms M6, M7, M8, M10, M21, M22,
M23, M24, M25, M26, M27, M29, M30, M32,
Featuring various search and browse functions for sessions
M33, M34.
as well as posters, the IPP also includes a ‘basket’ option,
which enables users to collate items from the programme
to create their own personal calendar and even print a
personalised Book of Abstracts. The IPP is integrated into
the new platform ECR Online.
You will find them marked on the Floor Plans (see pages
40–48).
Please contact the Info Service Desk at the entrance to
Link: ecronline.myESR.org
the M Building for onsite booking of meeting rooms; from
(JUNIOR) IMAGE INTERPRETATION QUIZ
Desk at the right end of the registration desks.
The Image Interpretation Quizzes are two traditional highlights of every ECR. This year’s themes are ‘Imaging with
the Stars’ and ‘Millennials showdown: the next generation
Saturday onwards please contact the Meeting Room Service
MEMBERSHIP
For membership application and renewal, please go to the
of radiology’ (see page 27).
membership desk in the entrance hall.
LIABILITY
MINI COURSE
The ESR and the Austria Center Vienna are free from all
ECR 2016 features again the joint course of the ESR and
liabilities that may arise from the delegates’ and presenters’
RSNA (Radiological Society of North America), which will
participation in ECR 2016 and its activities.
this year focus again on ‘Emergency Radiology’.
LOST & FOUND
assessment.
Lost and found articles may be picked up or handed in at
the ACV Information Desk located in the entrance area.
MEDITATION & PRAYER ZONE
The Meditation & Prayer Zone is located on the lower level
next to Room K. You will find it marked on the Floor Plan.
The sessions will be interactive with electronic voting/self
Places for all courses are allocated on a first-come, firstserved basis. Please refer to pages 119–120 for the course’s
programme.
MIR @ ECR
After last year’s success, the ESR Subcommittee on
Management in Radiology has again organised special
sessions at the ECR on communication and improving
quality and safety, taking place on Friday, March 4, 12:15–
17:30 in Room D2.
See pages 169–171.
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MULTIDISCIPLINARY SESSIONS
PREVIEW CENTRE
The concept of these sessions is to promote a multidisci-
Speakers are reminded to check in at the cSlide Preview
plinary approach to detection and treatment, integrating
Centre’s welcome desk at least three hours prior to their
radiologists and other clinicians to share their expertise.
scheduled presentation, even if they have already uploaded
The topics that are covered this year are: pancreatic cancer,
their presentation prior to the conference. Three speaker
uterine myomas and sports injuries.
registration workstations will be at the speakers’ disposal,
Please refer to pages 95–96 for the programme of the
and an additional workstation for last-minute changes and
sessions.
uploads is available.
Onsite presentation upload procedure:
NEW HORIZONS SESSIONS
The aim of the New Horizons Sessions is to provide practitioners with an overview of the new developments in a
specific area of practice e.g. specialty, technique, or disease.
These developments may become routine within a few years,
or may indicate a new direction for research and clinical
application. There are three New Horizons Sessions at ECR
2016, entitled ‘New frontiers in imaging of vascular wall
and plaque’, ‘Big data: why should radiologists care?’ and
‘Imaging beyond morphology’. Session places are allocated
on a first-come, first-served basis. Please refer to pages
83–84 for the programme of the sessions.
OPENING CEREMONY
The ECR 2016 Opening Ceremony will take place Wednesday, March 2, 17:45–19:00 in Room A. ESR Honorary Membership will be awarded to Ronald L. Arenson, Hassen A.
Gharbi and Qiyong Guo. See page 10.
PRESS
The ECR 2016 Opening Press Conference takes place on
Wednesday, March 2, at 09:30 at the Austria Center Vienna,
Room 1.85, 1st level. For press accreditation, please contact
the Press Office & Business Centre on the entrance level.
To obtain a press badge, you must present an international
press ID or a confirmation letter from the relevant medium.
Delegates and exhibitors may display their press kits in
the Press Office & Business Centre. There are also several
publicly available computer terminals as well as workspace
and plug points for you to work with your personal laptop.
Opening hours:
Wednesday, March 2 to Sunday, March 6. . . . 08:00–18:00
» Check in at the cSlide Preview Centre Welcome Desk to
receive your login details and the title of your presentation
»
Log into an available computer and upload your
presentation
» Presentations can be checked in presenter mode and
edited onsite
The Preview Centre is located on the 1st level, next to the
ECR Online & EPOS™ Lounge.
Opening hours:
Tuesday, March 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12:00–18:00
Wednesday, March 2 to Saturday, March 5. . . . 07:30–18:00
Sunday, March 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 07:30–16:00
Please note that only digital material will be accepted for
oral presentations. Presenters may submit their presentation
material, with their login details, prior to the congress. All
material must be in English and be provided on CD-ROM,
DVD or USB devices. All presentations will be transferred
to the session rooms electronically.
The material remains the property of the speakers.
PROFESSIONAL CHALLENGES SESSIONS
These sessions are intended to communicate and exchange
issues on radiological training and education, research networking, radiological management and professional developments. This year’s topics are ‘Personalised radiology: myth
or reality?’, ‘Clinical decision support (CDS)’, ‘An introduction to European Imaging Biomarkers Alliance (EIBALL)’,
‘Biobanks meet imaging’, ‘Radiology ten years from now:
where will it be?’, ‘Comprehensive cardiothoracic radiology:
the way to go?’, ‘How to become the undergraduate teacher
you always wanted to be’, ‘European variation in imaging:
focus on technology’ and ‘Monitoring safety and quality’.
Places are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
Please refer to pages 91–93 for the sessions’ programme.
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PUBLIC TRANSPORT
REFRESHER COURSES
Tickets for public transportation are available online at
73 Refresher Courses have been organised by the various
shop.wienerlinien.at or at any underground station.
scientific subcommittees for ECR 2016. Based on the topic
Underground map; see page 37.
of the session, some refresher courses are presented in
an ‘integrated’ format with an organised panel discussion,
PUBLISHERS ROW (1ST LEVEL) &
PARTNER PUBLISHERS (ENTRANCE LEVEL)
similar to Special Focus Sessions.
Opening hours:
Please refer to pages 143–164 for the programme of the
Wednesday, March 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14:00–17:00
sessions.
Places are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
Thursday, March 3 to Saturday, March 5. . . . . . 10:00–17:00
Sunday, March 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10:00–16:00
REGISTRATION OPENING HOURS
Browse through a wide range of scientific publications
Tuesday, March 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12:00–18:00
displayed by the most important publishers in the field of
medicine.
RADIOLOGY TRAINEES FORUM (RTF)
The RTF promotes and coordinates the efforts of radiology
Wednesday, March 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 07:00–18:00
Thursday, March 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 07:30–18:00
Friday, March 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 07:30–18:00
Saturday, March 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 07:30–18:00
Sunday, March 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 07:30–16:00
trainees at a European level in order to improve the progress
of radiology and related sciences. One of the RTF’s most
RESTAURANT RESERVATIONS
important goals is to provide an equal level of radiological
Our staff at the Dining & Shopping Desk in the entrance
knowledge and skills for radiology trainees all over Europe.
Highlighted Lectures organised by the RTF will be given on
Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00 in Room O (see page 159).
The RTF General Assembly takes place on Thursday, March
3, 09:00–10:30, in Meeting Room 2.95 (1st level). For more
detailed information please visit the RTF Meeting Point in
the Rising Stars & RTF Lounge on the lower level.
Don’t miss the Meet & Greet Sessions with ESR President
Luis Donoso Bach (Thursday, March 3, 15:40–16:00) and
ECR 2016 Congress President Katrine Riklund (Thursday,
March 3, 16:00–16:20) in the Rising Stars & RTF Lounge.
And join us at the RTF Quiz with Quizmaster José Cáceres on
Thursday, March 3, 12:30–13:30 in Room Z.
RECORDING / PHOTOGRAPHY
Video or audio recording of presentations is not allowed
without the speaker’s/exhibitor’s and ECR’s prior permission.
Flash photography is not permitted during presentations.
Interviews must take place outside the lecture room. For
queries, please contact the ESR Press Office.
hall will be pleased to recommend places to eat close to
your hotel or near a certain theatre, and will be happy to
reserve a table for you.
RISING STARS LOUNGE / RESIDENTS & STUDENTS LOUNGE
The Rising Stars Lounge for residents and students is located
on the lower level. In the lounge you will find information on
the European School of Radiology, the European Diploma
of Radiology and the Radiology Trainees Forum.
Don’t miss the Meet & Greet Sessions with ESR President
Luis Donoso Bach (Thursday, March 3, 15:40–16:00) and
ECR 2016 Congress President Katrine Riklund (Thursday,
March 3, 16:00–16:20).
RISING STARS PROGRAMME
The E³ – Rising Stars Programme is part of the E³ – European
Excellence in Education programme. See pages 99–104.
SATELLITE SYMPOSIA
Industrial Satellite Symposia are presented by international
companies. Please note that Satellite Symposia are no longer
CME-accredited. Places are allocated on a first-come, firstserved basis.
See separate booklet for details.
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INFORMATION FROM A–Z
SCIENTIFIC PRESENTATION AWARDS
SOCIETY BOOTHS
The authors of the best scientific papers and scientific/
More than 50 national and international radiological soci-
educational exhibits will be presented with a certificate and
eties present their meetings and societies in the society
given free ECR 2017 registration.
booths area, which is located on the entrance level, next to
Scientific Papers: The award will be assigned to the best
the registration desks and the coat checks.
paper presentation of each topic based on the evaluation by
session moderators and subcommittee members. Selection
SPECIAL ASSISTANCE
criteria comprise quality of presentation, scientific content
Delegates with special needs may park on the lower level
and overall impression of the performance.
The award winners will be informed after the congress and
will be published on the ESR website.
Scientific/educational exhibits: See page 29 (Scientific
Exhibition Awards).
SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS
Accepted papers for oral presentation are presented in the
Scientific Sessions.
Places are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
Please refer to pages 143–164 for the programme of the
sessions.
with direct elevator access to the ACV. All lecture rooms
are accessible by wheelchair.
SPECIAL FOCUS SESSIONS
Special Focus Sessions deal with a topic at the cutting edge
of development and clinical application. The topics of these
sessions are presented so as to promote debate and to give
an in-depth analysis. The chairman introduces each aspect
of the topic and the panellists then discuss their different
perspectives and opinions. The audience is also given the
opportunity to discuss their ideas with the lecturers. Places
are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Please refer
to pages 87–90 for the programme of the sessions.
SECURITY / SAFETY
The safety of all congress attendees is of utmost importance
STATE OF THE ART SYMPOSIA
to the European Society of Radiology. The Austria Center
These sessions are intended to inform the audience about
Vienna and the ESR have taken security precautions to
ensure the maximum possible safety for all ECR participants.
Please inform our staff, especially our room attendants,
immediately if security problems occur.
The ESR reserves the right to check your identification upon
admission to the congress centre and/or inside the building.
You may be asked at any time to present adequate proof of
identity by showing your passport, driver’s licence, national
or military identification, or student ID, all with photograph
and signature.
SMOKING
Smoking is not permitted inside the Austria Center Vienna.
The ECR is a non-smoking congress. Outside the building,
we kindly ask you to use the ashtrays provided. Please note
that smoking is prohibited in front of the main entrance.
SOCIAL MEDIA
the ‘real state of the art’ of a given subject. Each of the lecturers is an expert on the topic as a whole or on some specific
aspect of the topic, which will be the subject of the respective session. The presentations are followed by a discussion
conducted by the panellists, led by the chairman. Places are
allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Please refer to
page 85–86 for the programme of the sessions.
STUDENTS’ SESSIONS
At ECR 2016, students have again the chance to present
their own abstracts in front of a huge audience. The submitters of the best 32 abstracts have been invited to Vienna
to present their work in dedicated sessions.
See page 102–103.
TAXI
There is a taxi stand outside the main entrance.
The official congress hashtag for Twitter and Instagram is
#ECR2016.
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TECHNICAL EXHIBITION
Opening hours:
Expo Halls & Expo Foyer D
Thursday, March 3 to Saturday, March 5. . . . . . 10:00–17:00
Sunday, March 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10:00–14:00
First Level (Gallery)
Opening hours:
Wednesday, March 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14:00–17:00
Thursday, March 3 to Saturday, March 5. . . . . . 10:00–17:00
Sunday, March 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10:00–16:00
Detailed information on the Technical Exhibition can be
found in the ‘Industry Programme & On-Show Guide’.
TRAVEL SERVICE
The ESR and ECR are proud to offer their delegates services
that should facilitate their travel arrangements and make
their stay in Vienna as pleasant as possible. The ESR’s Travel
Service Desk is located in the entrance hall of the Austria
Center Vienna. Next to it you can find the ECR’s official
travel agency Mondial.
Opening hours:
Tuesday, March 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12:00–18:00
Wednesday, March 2 to Saturday, March 5. . . . 07:30–18:00
Sunday, March 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 07:30–15:00
WIRELESS LAN
Free wireless LAN access is available throughout the congress venue and all lecture rooms. The name of the public
WiFi is ‘ECR’.
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CME AT ECR 2016
GENERAL INFORMATION
CME ACQUISITION PROCEDURE
Each ECR delegate has access to confirmation of all activi-
The ESR is happy to provide you with a fully digital CME
ties attended (CME confirmation and record of attendance).
acquisition system for ECR 2016. Please note that we no
The event has been accredited by the UEMS/EACCME and
longer provide printed CME stickers. Not only will we save
it is possible to claim a maximum of 28 CME points for
tons of paper and become an even greener and more sus-
attendance of scientific sessions at the ECR. Please note
tainable meeting, but the system provides a lot more flex-
that this number may differ from the maximum number of
ibility to delegates in regard to evaluating sessions and
credits your national jurisdiction approves for your contin-
obtaining CME credits. At ECR 2016, you will have several
uous medical education.
opportunities to complete the electronic questionnaires
for each session.
The Österreichische Ärztekammer (Austrian Medical Chamber) has granted a maximum of 40 DFP (Diplom-Fortbildungs-Programm der Österreichischen Akademie der Ärzte)
credits for ECR 2016.
USA
Evaluation and CME acquisition will be possible via
» The official ECR app, ECR 2016, available via the App Store
(iOS) and Google play (Android)
» More than 130 laptops in the ECR Online & EPOS Lounge
located on the first level
Following the agreement on the mutual recognition of
credits between the AMA (American Medical Association)
and the UEMS-EACCME, American physicians attending an
event in Europe will have their credits converted to AMA
PRA Category 1 in the USA.
» The registration counters on the entrance level from Friday,
March 4, 13:00 onwards
» The CME & Evaluation terminals located on the first level
Please note that evaluation of the sessions is only possible
March 2–7, 2016.
Worldwide
CME points claimed at the ECR are accepted by the majority
CME credits will only be awarded if
of national CME authorities worldwide, which have manda-
» You are logged into https://eval.webges.com/ecr2016 with
tory CME for their physicians. Please consult your national
jurisdiction for the maximum number of CME points they
will approve following your attendance at ECR 2016.
your username and PID (printed on your badge)
» You have fully completed the electronic questionnaire
for each session
The combined participation and evaluation questionnaire is
of great value to the organising committee when selecting
topics for future ECRs. Evaluation forms differ depending
on the type of scientific event.
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GUIDANCE
CME CONFIRMATION
Confirmation of participation in the scientific programme
Every participant will be able to view and print their own
may be obtained as follows:
personal record of attendance via the internet in the MyUs-
Scientific Sessions
1. Attend the session.
2. Log in to https://eval.webges.com/ecr2016 or use the ECR
2016 app to evaluate the session.
3. Fill out this form completely during or after the session.
If you do not have a smartphone, tablet or laptop with
you, please visit one of the locations mentioned above and
evaluate the session(s) you visited on one of the CME &
Evaluation terminals there.
erArea on the condition that the above procedures have
been carried out.
This service will be available from two weeks after
the congress via the MyUserArea on the ESR website
(www.myESR.org).
Please note that your Personal ID, which is printed on your
badge, is required for login.
The printout of your record should be submitted to your
national jurisdiction (usually responsible for accreditation) for approval of your CME points. Please note that the
Scientific Exhibition
record of attendance will be issued only to the participant.
1. Enter EPOS™ (Electronic Presentation Online System) on
It will not be supplied to any accreditation agency or other
one of the 130 laptops in the ECR Online & EPOS™ Lounge
and view posters.
2. Log in to https://eval.webges.com/ecr2016 or use the ECR
2016 app to evaluate the session.
3. Fill out this form completely after visiting the electronic
scientific exhibition.
organisation.
Although participants may partially attend multiple concurrent sessions, the total number of hours printed at the
end of the list limits the credit to the equivalent of a single
session during that time slot.
A maximum of 3 hours of attendance at the scientific
For further information, please contact ECR CME Support at
exhibition will be listed if the participant has completed
[email protected]
and submitted the online evaluation form.
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HEADLINE SESSIONS
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OPENING CEREMONY
Wednesday, March 2, 17:45–19:00, Room A
Luis Donoso Bach; Barcelona/ES
ESR President
Katrine Riklund; Umeå/SE
ECR 2016 Congress President
Presentation of Honorary Membership
Ronald L. Arenson; San Francisco, CA/US
Hassen A. Gharbi; Tunis/TN
Qiyong Guo; Shenyang/CN
WILHELM CONRAD RÖNTGEN
HONORARY LECTURE (HL 1)
Imaging the invisible killer:
towards personalisation of ovarian cancer care
Thursday, March 3, 12:15–12:45, Room A
Andrea G. Rockall; London/UK
JOSEF LISSNER
HONORARY LECTURE (HL 2)
Liver imaging: where do we stand now?
Friday, March 4, 12:15–12:45, Room A
Valérie Vilgrain; Clichy/FR
SVEN-IVAR SELDINGER
HONORARY LECTURE (HL 3)
Imaging and micronavigation: time to redraw the map?
Saturday, March 5, 12:15–12:45, Room A
Staffan Holmin; Stockholm/SE
IMAGE INTERPRETATION QUIZ
Imaging with the stars
Friday, March 4, 14:00–15:30, Room A
Moderator: A.G. Rockall; London/UK
JUNIOR IMAGE INTERPRETATION QUIZ
Millennials showdown: the next generation of radiology
Saturday, March 5, 12:55–13:55, Room A
Moderator: F. Arnberg; Stockholm/SE
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(JUNIOR) IMAGE INTERPRETATION QUIZZES
The Image Interpretation sessions, two traditional highlights of every ECR, provide
both education and entertainment. Two panels of distinguished radiologists will share
their knowledge and diagnosis strategies with you.
The slogan for this year’s ‘senior’ quiz is ‘Imaging with the stars’. Radiologists will
challenge each other in an enjoyable and exciting competition where they will face
some tricky cases.
In the ‘junior’ quiz, with its theme ‘Millennials showdown: the next generation of
radiology’, the panellists will compete with each other in teams. While solving a variety
of cases, the moderator will guarantee a scientifically challenging and entertaining
session.
Both quizzes will be interactive with the use of an electronic voting system via one’s
own device (smartphone, tablet or laptop) at no costs.
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March
Friday, March 4, 14:00–15:30, Room A
Image Interpretation Quiz (IIQ)
Imaging with the stars
Moderator: A.G. Rockall; London/UK
» Team 1:
N. Grenier; Bordeaux/FR
M. Vernooij; Rotterdam/NL
M. Gardarsdottir; Reykjavik/IS
S.A. Taylor; London/UK
» Team 2:
I. Thomassin-Naggara; Paris/FR
H.R. Jäger; London/UK
A.R. Larici; Rome/IT
T.K. Helmberger; Munich/DE
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March
Saturday, March 5, 12:55–13:55, Room A
Junior Image Interpretation Quiz (JIIQ)
Millennials showdown:
the next generation of radiology
Moderator: F. Arnberg; Stockholm/SE
» Team 1:
C. Toxopeus; Amsterdam/NL
A. Gupta; London/UK
» Team 2:
F.G. Meinel; Munich/DE
D. Penha; Lisbon/PT
» Team 3:
J.A. Prat-Matifoll; Barcelona/ES
O. Urbán; Szeged/HU
» Team 4:
B. Fejér; Budapest/HU
S. Belkacem; Monaco/MC
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EPOS™ – SCIENTIFIC EXHIBITION
OPENING HOURS
WHAT’S AVAILABLE IN THE ECR ONLINE & EPOSTM LOUNGE?
Wednesday, March 2 to Saturday, March 5. . . 08:00–18:00
» Over 2,000 new scientific and educational exhibits and
Sunday, March 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 08:00–15:30
scientific paper presentations
» The new feature ‘The Voice of EPOS’ with 350 oral poster
presentations
The staff of the EPOS™ Service Desk will be glad to assist
you during these times.
» Access to ECR Online and ECR on Demand
» 20 new Cases-of-the-Day (five new cases each day)
» eLearning including self assessment modules on ECR
LOCATION
2016 courses
ECR Online & EPOS™ Lounge, 1 level
st
» EURORAD – Europe’s largest radiological case database
ESR THANKS ALL REVIEWERS
We cordially thank the members of the Scientific Exhibition Committee (see p.
XX) and the EPOS™ Reviewers who reviewed abstracts and graded electronic
posters in the past months, establishing the basis for presenting the awards.
(in alphabetical order)
A Jose Acosta Batlle; Madrid/ES
C Cem Calli; Izmir/TR
Johannes Heverhagen; Bern/CH
Emel Ada; Izmir/TR
Davide Caramella; Pisa/IT
Jérome Hodel; Paris/FR
Helen C. Addley; Cambridge/UK
Nelson M.G. Caserta; Campinas/BR
Philip Hodnett; Dooradoyle/IE
Angel Alberich-Bayarri; Valencia/ES
Francesca Coppola; Bologna/IT
I Anna Maria Ierardi; Marsala/IT
Efthymia Alexopoulou; Athens/GR
Hatem Alkadhi; Zurich/CH
D John Damilakis; Iraklion/GR
J Alan Jackson; Manchester/UK
Maria Chiara Ambrosetti; Verona/IT
Adelard I. B. De Backer; Ghent/BE
Takatoshi Aoki; Kitakyushu/JP
Pim De Graaf; Amsterdam/NL
Jarl A. Jakobsen; Oslo/NO
Paraskevi Argyropoulou;
Albert de Roos; Leiden/NL
Laura Jimenez-Juan; Toronto, ON/CA
Alexandroupolis/GR
Irina Arkhipova; Moscow/RU
Savas Deftereos; Alexandroupolis/GR
Stefan Delorme; Heidelberg/DE
Loukas G. Astrakas; Ioannina/GR
B Mojisola Balogun; Birmingham/UK
Nuria Bargalló Alabart; Barcelona/ES
K Nektarios Kalyvas; Athens/GR
Aikaterini Kanavaki; Geneva/CH
E Olle Ekberg; Malmö/SE
Panagiotis Kapetas; Vienna/AT
Georgios Kapsas; Alexandroupolis/GR
F Eduardo F.C. Fleury; Sao Paulo/BR
Ara Kassarjian; Majadahonda, Madrid/ES
Irene Bargellini; Pisa/IT
Anastasia Fotiadou; Huntingdon/UK
Caroline Keyzer; Brussels/BE
Antonio Barile; L’Aquila/IT
Ferdinand Frauscher; Innsbruck/AT
Daniela Kienzl-Palma; Vienna/AT
Tommaso V. Bartolotta; Palermo/IT
Susan Freeman; Cambridge/UK
Friedrich Knollmann; Sacramento, CA/US
Antonio Basile; Catania/IT
Gorka Bastarrika; Toronto, ON/CA
Paraskevi Kosta; Ioannina/GR
G Matthew T.G. Gaskarth; Cambridge/UK
Elmar Kotter; Freiburg/DE
Tobias Baumann; Freiburg/DE
Jonn-Terje Geitung; Norbyhagen/NO
Karl-Friedrich Kreitner; Mainz/DE
Radu Baz; Constanta/RO
Abraham Ghiatas; Ekali-Athens/GR
Miltiadis Krokidis; Cambridge/UK
Kunwar S.S. Bhatia; Hong Kong/CN
Anastasia Glantzouni; Ioannina/GR
Vasiliki Bizimi; Athens/GR
Sofia Gourtsoyianni; London/UK
Johan G. Blickman; Rochester, NY/US
Ali Guermazi; Boston, MA/US
Einat Blumfield; New York, NY/US
Alessandro Bozzao; Rome/IT
Florian M. Buck; Langnau am Albis/CH
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Fabrizio Calliada; Pavia/IT
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L Andrea Laghi; Latina/IT
Andrea Lakatos; Miskolc/HU
Marc Lemmerling; Beervelde/BE
H Danisia Haba; Iasi/RO
Andreas Hansch; Jena/DE
Eva Llopis; Alzira-Valencia/ES
Roberto Llorens; Valencia/ES
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SCIENTIFIC EXHIBITION AWARDS
ATTENDANCE AND EVALUATION
A jury of European radiologists has judged all scientific and
Confirmation of participation in the Scientific Exhibition
educational exhibits with regard to their scientific content,
may be obtained as follows:
educational value, originality and visual impression. Taking
1. Enter EPOS™ (Electronic Presentation Online System) on
advantage of EPOS™, the rating was carried out online,
one of the 132 laptops in the ECR Online & EPOS™ Lounge
prior to the congress, enabling a detailed and considered
assessment. On this basis, the Scientific Exhibition Commit-
and view posters.
2. Log in to https://eval.webges.com/ecr2016 or use the ECR
tee has awarded the best posters with Magna Cum Laude,
Cum Laude and Certificate of Merits.
2016 app to evaluate the session.
3. Fill out this form completely after visiting the electronic
Awardees can pick up their certificates at the EPOS™ Service
scientific exhibition.
Desk. Each of the Magna Cum Laude awardees will also be
granted free ECR 2017 registration.
Awarded posters are flagged in EPOS™ and will be published
on the ESR website and on myESR.org/epos
Elizabeth Loney; Darlington/UK
Tadeusz J. Popiela; Krakow/PL
Ioana Gabriela Lupescu; Bucharest/RO
Panos K. Prassopoulos;
Alexandroupolis/GR
M Andreas Mahnken; Marburg/DE
T Denis Tack; Braine-L’Alleud/BE
Adele Taibbi; Palermo/IT
Stephen Taylor; Mons/BE
Lorenzo Preda; Milan/IT
Stuart A. Taylor; London/UK
Lorenzo Mannelli; New York, NY/US
Davide Prezzi; London/UK
Gail Thornbury; Belfast/UK
Celso Matos; Lisbon/PT
Stefan Puig; Vienna/AT
Michael Toepker; Vienna/AT
Josephine McHugo; Birmingham/UK
Elena Mershina; Moscow/RU
Michael Torkzad; Milford/UK
Q Emilio Quaia; Trieste/IT
Manabu Minami; Ibaraki/JP
R Christopher Riedl; New York, NY/US
Saeed Mirsadraee; Edinburgh/UK
Soraya Robinson; Vienna/AT
Penelope L. Moyle; Cambridge/UK
Janeth Romero; Boston, MA/US
Valdair F. Muglia; Ribeirao Preto/BR
Alejandro Rovira-Canellas;
Barcelona/ES
N Stephanie Nougaret; St Clement
Ioannis A. Tsalafoutas; Athens/GR
Dimitrios K. Tsetis; Iraklion/GR
Peter Mildenberger; Mainz/DE
Reinhard Rzanny; Jena/DE
de Riviere/FR
Athina Tsili; Ioannina/GR
U Sara Upponi; Cambridge/UK
V Edwin J. Van Beek; Edinburgh/UK
Will J.M. van der Putten; Galway/IE
Berit Verbist; Leiden/NL
S Roberto Sanz-Requena; Valencia/ES
O Amaka Offiah; Sheffield/UK
Christoph Schaeffeler; Chur/CH
W Matthew G. Wallis; Cambridge/UK
Anastasia Oikonomou; Toronto, ON/CA
Martina Scharitzer; Vienna/AT
Dag Wormanns; Berlin/DE
Yumiko Oishi Tanaka; Tsukuba/JP
Karl Schürmann; Aachen/DE
Klaus Wörtler; Munich/DE
Mihaela Onu; Bucharest/RO
Teik Choon See; Cambridge/UK
Ximena Wortsman; Santiago/CL
Nisha Sharma; Leeds/UK
Petra Wunderlich; Radebeul/DE
P Leo Pallwein-Prettner; Linz/AT
Ashley Shaw; Cambridge/UK
Miguel Palm; Maastricht/NL
Martin J. Shelly; Dublin/IE
Valeria Panebianco; Rome/IT
Paul Sijens; Groningen/NL
Gerald Pärtan; Vienna/AT
Gustavo N. Simao; Ribeirao Preto/BR
Annie Paterson; Belfast/UK
Stephan Skornitzke; Heidelberg/DE
Luis J. Pina Insausti; Pamplona/ES
Wolfram Stiller; Heidelberg/DE
Katja Pinker-Domenig; Vienna/AT
Misa Sumi; Nagasaki/JP
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X Vasilis Xydis; Ioannina/GR
Z Giulia Zamboni; Verona/IT
Anastasia Zikou; Ioannina/GR
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GREEN MEETING
FREE PUBLICATIONS
Let’s keep our congress green
Broaden your horizons with
Free Publications at ECR 2016
The ECR 2016 will be a green meeting designed to meet
The Free Publications initiative will run for the 10th consec-
environmental sustainability criteria set by the ‘Federal
utive year after attracting increasing levels of attention at
Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water
ECR 2015. The Free Publications booth will be located on
Management’ (Austria’s national eco-friendly certificate).
the first level of the ACV within the Preview Area (next
to the EPOS™ Lounge). The booth will be richly stocked
We encourage our employees, partners and customers to
with a galaxy of fascinating reading material from many of
adopt practices that promote awareness of environmental
our associated organisations and publishing houses from
conservation and sustainable use and we endeavour to
around the world, such as Globetech, Diagnostic Imaging
adhere to these principles throughout our entire enterprise.
and European Hospital.
Here are some ways you can contribute to our goal of
About 20 publishers will provide more than 30 different
becoming a green meeting:
titles for this initiative, ranging from copies of the ESR’s
» If possible, please choose an environmentally friendly form
flagship journals European Radiology and Insights into Imag-
of transport like public transport or car sharing
ing, to issues from as far afield as South America. It is a
» Please follow your hotel’s eco-friendly advice (e.g. chang-
rare chance to learn from so many diverse medical imaging
ing towels and bed sheets only when necessary) and
communities from around the globe, so we encourage you
please switch off all lights and electronic devices when
to make the very best of the opportunity.
leaving your hotel room
» Please choose drinks served in glass, food served on reus-
We are of course grateful for the enthusiasm of our friends
able dishes and avoid cans, plastic bottles and products
in the publishing industry for making the Free Publications
in disposable packaging
initiative possible, and allowing us to provide ECR par-
» Please dispose of your waste (PET, glass, paper, residual
waste, metal) by using the separate bins in your hotel and
ticipants with the chance to pick up some literature and
broaden their medical imaging horizons.
at the congress venue.
» Please use online registration and non-printed media
instead of paper
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The ESR welcomes its
Supporting Members
The ESR gives a warm welcome to all its existing and newly
The companies contribute with their active involvement
joined supporting membership companies.
to the success of the society and its congress with their
As the ECR puts a special focus on innovation and keeping
continuous support for the cause of radiology in Europe.
up to date with recent developments in the field, a close
cooperation with the industry leaders is indispensable.
ESR Supporting Members:
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‘ESR MEETS’ COUNTRIES
Each year the ECR places a special focus on its ‘ESR meets’
countries – in 2016 namely the Nordic Countries (Denmark,
Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden), Japan and Colombia
– with particular emphasis on their scientific and technological developments. The ESR, industry companies and
the national societies work closely together to highlight
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EUROPEAN RADIOLOGY
INSIGHTS INTO IMAGING
European Radiology at your fingertips!
The clearest insights … for all to see!
Carry Europe’s leading radiology journal with you wherever
Insights into Imaging is the ESR journal for education and
you go – with the European Radiology App – download
strategies in radiology. Besides excellent review articles,
the app from iTunes or via the QR code below.
it publishes articles on professional issues, several official
documents and political statements.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of European Radiology,
the official journal of the ESR and official organ of numerous
Insights into Imaging is an Open Access journal on the
subspecialty organisations. It acts as a flagship, publishing
Springer­Open platform – therefore all articles published are
original scientific papers in the radiological field with an
freely available. As benefit for ESR members, ESR covers
Impact Factor of 4.014 for 2014.
the Article Processing Charges for all its active members!
Full access to the online version of European Radiology is
Links to the journals
included in the ESR membership fee.
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ESR members can also arrange subscriptions for the printed
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HONORARY MEMBERS
Ronald L. Arenson
San Francisco, CA/US
Honorary Member
His research interest is informatics in radiology. He has also
patented new techniques in interventional radiology. One of
his achievements was the development of a catheter that can
be steered in a magnetic field, enabling interventionists to
reach further into smaller blood vessels. In 2001, he and fellow
researchers filed a patent on the invention, which was selected
for presentation at a national fair on technology.
Although he now dedicates most of his time to being an administrator and mentor, he is still involved in the development of
novel information system applications.
Prof. Arenson has authored or co-authored more than 110
peer-reviewed scientific articles, four book chapters, three
books and numerous exhibits, abstracts and editorials. He has
also served on the editorial boards of several journals, including
In recognition of his pioneering work in radiology
and commitment to the advancement of medical
imaging, Professor Ronald L. Arenson from
San Francisco, United States, will be awarded
Honorary Membership of the European Society
of Radiology at ECR 2016.
Radiology and Journal of the American College of Radiology.
He has served on several committees of numerous medical societies and organisations, such as the American College of Medical
Informatics (ACMI), the Association of University Radiologists
(AUR), the Academy of Radiology Research (ARR) and the
American College of Radiology (ACR). He was also a founding
member of the Radiology Information System Consortium, now
the Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM).
Ronald L. Arenson is the Alexander R. Margulis Distinguished
Professor and chair of the department of radiology and bio-
Prof. Arenson holds fellowships in the ACR, ACMI and SIIM, and is
medical imaging at the University of California, San Francisco,
past-president of the AUR, ARR and the Society of Chairmen of
where he has worked since 1992. He is the immediate past
Academic Radiology Departments (SCARD). In addition he has
president of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA).
served on the United States’ National Advisory Council of the
National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering of
Prof. Arenson received his medical degree in 1970 from New York
the National Institutes of Health, and the NIH Council of Councils.
Medical College in New York and completed his diagnostic radi-
Prof. Arenson has received numerous honours throughout his
ology residency at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.
long career, including the Alumni Medal of Honor from New York
Medical College in 2001 and a gold medal from AUR in 2013.
He began his academic career in 1976 at the University of
Pennsylvania, where he successively became associate chair-
At ECR 2016, he will receive Honorary Membership of the
man of clinical services in radiology, director of administrative
European Society of Radiology.
services, and interim vice provost for information systems and
computing for the campus.
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Hassen A. Gharbi
Tunis/TN
Honorary Member
Hassen A. Gharbi is a professor of radiology and medical biophysics from Tunis, Tunisia. He was head of the department of
radiology at Tunis Children’s Hospital and head of the medical
biophysics department at Tunis Medical School. He is the immediate past president of the World Federation for Ultrasound
in Medicine and Biology (WFUMB) and the African Society of
Radiology (ASR).
He obtained his medical degree in 1966 from Paris Medical
School, where he subsequently specialised in radiology, aeronautic medicine, medical informatics and medical biophysics.
He completed a PhD in optic physiology at the Orsay Science
Faculty in Paris, and two decades later graduated in Management of Radiation Accidents from Oak Ridge Associated
Universities, Tennessee, USA.
Prof. Gharbi worked as an assistant professor at the biophysics
department of Paris Medical School between 1966 and 1970,
before being appointed vice dean of Tunis Medical School in 1971.
In 1970 he created the first paediatric radiology department in
North Africa at Tunis Children’s Hospital, which he later headed.
Prof. Gharbi is the founder and the first president of the Mediterranean and African Society of Ultrasound (MASU) and also
In recognition of his contribution to the
development of paediatric radiology in Africa
and his dedication to strengthening ties between
African and European radiologists, Professor
Hassen A. Gharbi from Tunis, Tunisia, will be
awarded Honorary Membership of the European
Society of Radiology at ECR 2016.
founded the Tunisian National Centre of Radiation Protection,
serving as its director between 1971 and 1989.
classification of the hydatid cyst appearance published in RadiBetween 1975 and 1985 he was president of the Radiological
ology in 1981 is still used around the world.
Tunisian Commission of the Ministry of Public Health, to which
he also acted as adviser on radiology, paediatric radiology, bio-
He has authored or co-authored more than 20 books on pae-
medical engineering, radiation protection, training and hospital
diatric radiology, and tropical and infectious diseases (hydatid
equipment planning.
diseases), and has published more than 130 articles in national
He has served the World Health Organization as an expert in
and international journals. He also sits on the editorial boards
radiology, radioprotection and paediatric radiology since 1993.
of several international journals.
Prof. Gharbi is retired but is still involved in several teaching
Prof. Gharbi has received many awards recognising his contri-
programmes, mainly to promote the good use of ultrasound
butions to the promotion of radiology in developing countries,
in developing countries around the world.
mainly in Africa.
His other main interest was imaging of hydatid diseases and
At ECR 2016, he will receive Honorary Membership of the
the study of their epidemiology and treatment. His ultrasound
European Society of Radiology.
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HONORARY MEMBERS
Qiyong Guo
Shenyang/CN
Honorary Member
His research interests relate to abdominal imaging, especially of
the liver and biliary tract. He is also an interventional radiologist,
with particular interests in non-vascular interventional radiology
and tumour diagnosis and treatment, and has published more
than 150 papers.
His main activities are hospital management, diagnostic imaging
consultancy, and guidance for graduate and PHD students. He
has mentored more than 100 graduate students and PhD
doctors.
Prof. Guo is chief editor of the China Clinical Medical Imaging
Journal and Contemporary Hospital Management. He is also
in charge of more than ten projects at all levels of academic
research, including national natural science funds. He is chief
editor of three specialised textbooks including Interventional
In recognition of his contributions to the
advancement of abdominal imaging and his
efforts in strengthening ties between Asian
and European radiologists, Professor Qiyong
Guo from Shenyang, China, will be awarded
Honorary Membership of the European Society
of Radiology at ECR 2016.
Radiology and chief editor of several specialised monographs
such as Practical Radiology.
He is president of the Chinese Association of Radiologists and
chairman of medical imaging for the China Hospitals Association. He is also an executive member of the Asian Oceanian
Society of Radiology (AOSR), and a former president of the
Chinese Society of Radiology and the Asian Society of Abdominal Radiology (ASAR).
In recognition of his work, he has been awarded numerous dis-
Qiyong Guo is a professor of radiology and chairman of the
tinctions throughout his career, including honorary membership
radiology department at Shengjing Hospital, China Medical
of the Russian Society of Radiology in 2009, the Japan Society
University (CMU). He is also president of Shengjing Hospital,
of Radiology in 2011 and the German Society of Radiology in
vice president of CMU, and dean of the radiology faculty.
2013. Last but not least, he received the Gold Medal of ASAR
in 2015.
Prof. Guo graduated from CMU in 1983 and started working as a
radiologist in Shengjing Hospital. He finished his medical studies
At ECR 2016, Prof. Guo will receive Honorary Membership of
in Japan, at Nara Medical University, where he specialised in
the European Society of Radiology.
abdominal imaging and interventional radiology and majored
in liver research between 1988 and 1993. In 1993 he returned
to Shengjing Hospital, where he took on his current positions.
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Gabriel P. Krestin
Rotterdam/NL
Gold Medallist
Gabriel P. Krestin is full professor of radiology and chairman of
the Department of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine at Erasmus
MC, University Medical Centre Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
He graduated in medicine from the University of Cologne in
Germany, where he completed his residency in radiology in 1988.
After undertaking fellowship training in abdominal imaging and
MRI, Prof. Krestin completed a PhD on experimental and clinical
applications of fast gradient-echo MR imaging in the abdomen,
in 1990, at the same university.
He was subsequently appointed as a radiologist and head of
the MRI centre at Zürich University Hospital, Switzerland, where
he later became associate professor of radiology and head of
the clinical radiology service. He also served as acting chairman
of the diagnostic radiology department before he moved into
his present position in the Netherlands.
He was a permanent visiting professor at Stanford University
Medical School from 1998 to 2009, and the Couch-Kerley Traveling Professor to the Royal College of Radiologists in the UK.
Prof. Krestin has authored more than 390 original articles and 90
book chapters, and is the editor of seven books, some of which
In recognition of his pioneering work in
abdominal and molecular imaging, and
his commitment to the development and
harmonisation of radiology in Europe, Professor
Gabriel P. Krestin from Rotterdam, the
Netherlands, will be awarded the Gold Medal of
the European Society of Radiology at ECR 2016.
have been translated into several languages. His main areas of
research are imaging of abdominal organs and cardio-vascular diseases, molecular imaging and population imaging. His
research has been supported by numerous grants from Euro-
Prof. Krestin currently serves on the editorial and advisory
pean and national research organisations, charities and industry.
boards of several international journals including MagMa, Investigative Radiology, and Abdominal Radiology, and has been a
Prof. Krestin has extensive experience in leadership, manage-
member of the editorial boards of Radiology and European
ment and strategic planning. He is the founder of Management
Radiology.
in Radiology (MIR) and founder and current Scientific Director
of the European Institute for Biomedical Imaging Research
He has been awarded many distinctions for his work, including
(EIBIR). He is also a member of numerous scientific advisory
the Albers Schönberg Medal of the German Society of Radiol-
boards for companies, European organisations, and universities.
ogy and the Schinz Medal of the Swiss Society of Radiology.
Furthermore he has been awarded honorary membership of
Prof. Krestin recently served as president of the ESR and of the
numerous national radiology societies and of the ESMRMB.
International Society for Strategic Studies in Radiology. He is
also the past president of the European Society for Magnetic
At ECR 2016, he will receive the Gold Medal of the European
Resonance in Medicine and Biology.
Society of Radiology.
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GOLD MEDALLISTS
Claude Manelfe
Toulouse/FR
Gold Medallist
Prof. Manelfe is a founding member, former president and secretary general of the French Society of Neuroradiology, as well
as a former president of the European Society of Neuroradiology (1998 to 2000). He also served as Secretary General
and President of the International Society of Radiology from
2002 to 2008.
He was a visiting professor at the University of California, San
Francisco in 1981–1982, and at the University of British Columbia,
Vancouver in 1982.
He has published more than 235 publications in neurology,
neurosurgery, neuroradiology, and diagnostic and interventional
neuroradiology. Seventy of his articles have been devoted to MR,
mainly to the field of neuroimaging. He also served as Editor in
Chief of Neuroradiology from 1993 to 2004.
In recognition of his service to the discipline,
French neuroradiologist Professor Claude
Manelfe from Toulouse, France, will be awarded
the Gold Medal of the European Society of
Radiology at ECR 2016.
He retired from his activities eight years ago but is still working
part time in a general hospital.
Prof. Manelfe has been awarded many distinctions over his
long career, including the Gold Medal of Toulouse Faculty of
Medicine and the scientific prize of the European Society of
Neuroradiology for his medical thesis on vascular supply of the
Claude Manelfe is professor emeritus at Paul Sabatier University
human spinal dura mater. He was also laureate of the Medical
in Toulouse, France. He was professor and chairman of diag-
Research Foundation for his work on therapeutic endovascular
nostic radiology at Paul Sabatier University for thirty years,
occlusions. His achievements have been recognised with various
and head of the diagnostic and therapeutic neuroradiology
honours, including the Schinz medal of the Swiss Society of
department at Purpan University Hospital in Toulouse.
Radiology, fellowship of the American College of Radiology,
and honorary membership of the American Society of Neuro-
In 1969, Prof. Manelfe received his medical degree from Toulouse
radiology, the Radiological Society of North America, and the
University, where he subsequently completed fellowships in
European Society of Neuroradiology.
neurology and radiology, and a specialisation in neuropsychiatry.
At ECR 2016, he will receive the Gold Medal of the European
His main interests were interventional neuroradiology and end-
Society of Radiology.
ovascular occlusions at the beginning of the 1970s, and MRI and
imaging of the spine and spinal cord later.
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GOLD MEDALLISTS
Peter Vock
Bern/CH
Gold Medallist
Peter Vock is professor emeritus at the University of Bern
and senior consultant radiologist at Bern University Hospital
(Inselspital) in Bern, Switzerland. He chaired the Institute of
Radiology of Bern University from 1989 to 2012.
In 1973 he obtained his medical degree from the University of
Bern, and subsequently did a residency in radiation oncology,
radiology and nuclear medicine at Inselspital, where he started
working as a radiologist after his board certification in 1980.
Before that, he also completed a residency in internal medicine
at Tiefenauspital in Bern. Between 1982 and 1983, he was a visiting research associate in chest imaging at the department of
radiology, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC, USA.
Prof. Vock’s research interests focus on chest imaging, CT and
particularly radiation protection. He has dedicated much of his
work to radiation protection on an institutional, professional,
national and international level, serving as a member of the
Swiss Federal Commission of Radiation Protection for more than
twelve years and chairing the commission’s medical subcommittee for six years. He was also responsible for radiation protection
within the Swiss Society of Radiology and currently serves as
In recognition of his lifelong commitment to the
field of radiology, Professor Peter Vock from
Bern, Switzerland, will be awarded the Gold
Medal of the European Society of Radiology
(ESR) at ECR 2016.
chairman of the ESR’s Radiation Protection Subcommittee.
Prof. Vock has also represented the ESR in different radiation
protection projects, such as the European Medical ALARA
Network (EMAN), Medical Radiation Protection Education and
Training (MEDRAPET) and European Diagnostic Reference
Levels for Paediatric Imaging (PiDRL).
Prof. Vock is Deputy Editor of European Radiology and a member of the Steering Committee of the EuroSafe Imaging campaign. He has been attending the ECR ever since its creation
in the early 1990s.
At ECR 2016, Prof. Vock will receive the Gold Medal of the
European Society of Radiology.
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HONORARY LECTURERS
Staffan Holmin
Stockholm/SE
Honorary Lecturer
Prof. Holmin leads the research group in neuroradiology at
Karolinska Institutet, working on clinical and experimental
projects in stroke management and endovascular technique
development, and is responsible for the imaging research
facilities in the planning of the new Karolinska Hospital.
After graduating with a medical degree from Karolinska Institutet in 1995, Prof. Holmin obtained his doctoral degree in 1997
and his physician certification from the same institution in 1999.
In 2006 he did a post-doc and fellowship training at Bicêtre
Hospital in Paris, France, under the supervision of Professor
Pierre Lasjaunias.
In 2005 he passed the Swedish and European specialist neurosurgery examinations and two years later the Swedish specialist
neuroradiology examination.
In recognition of his significant expertise in
the field of neurointervention and his great
achievements in research, Professor Staffan
Holmin from Stockholm, Sweden, has been
invited to give the Sven-Ivar Seldinger Honorary
Lecture ‘Imaging and micronavigation – time to
redraw the map?’ at ECR 2016.
Prof. Holmin is the main inventor of an endovascular device
for transvasal passage (Extroducer), a project he developed
together with Karolinska Institutet Innovations AB between
2008 and 2014. The project resulted in granted patents in USA,
Japan and Europe.
He has been responsible for human and animal imaging facilities
in the research building of the New Karolinska Hospital since
March 2013. He is the Karolinska Institutet’s representative for
neuroradiology in the preparation for the New Karolinska Hospi-
Staffan Holmin is the Söderberg professor of clinical neuroim-
tal. He is the principal investigator and co-principal investigator
aging at Karolinska Institutet. He is also a consultant in end-
for a number of different national and international research
ovascular neurointervention and vice chairman of the neu-
projects, and is currently developing additional new applications
roradiology department at Karolinska University Hospital in
for endovascular techniques.
Stockholm, Sweden.
At ECR 2016, Prof. Holmin will present the Sven-Ivar Seldinger
Honorary Lecture, titled ‘Imaging and micronavigation – time
to redraw the map?’
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HONORARY LECTURERS
Andrea G. Rockall
London/UK
Honorary Lecturer
Andrea G. Rockall is Consultant Radiologist at the Royal Marsden Hospital and Visiting Professor of Radiology at Imperial
College London, UK.
She graduated in neuroanatomy at King’s College London in
1987 and received her medical degree from King’s College
Hospital Medical School in 1990. She was awarded the Royal
College of Radiologists’ (RCR) Rohan Williams Medal, the gold
medal award for the FRCR examination, in 1997.
She chose radiology as a career because of the central role
imaging plays in the diagnostic pathway. After completing her
training in internal medicine, she started working as a registrar
in radiology at St. Mary’s Hospital and then as a senior registrar
in radiology at University College London Hospitals. In 2000,
she was appointed Senior Lecturer and Consultant Radiologist
at St. Bartholomew’s Hospital London, a position she held for
twelve years. During that time, she was appointed Honorary
Professor of Cancer Imaging at Bart’s Cancer Institute, Queen
Mary University London, before taking up her current position.
Prof. Rockall is currently chief investigator on three national multi-centre studies: the MAPPING study, which is evaluating diffusion
weighted imaging, FDG and F-ethyl-choline PET/CT in nodal staging in cervix and endometrial cancer (funded by Cancer Research
In recognition of her major contributions to
oncologic radiology and her dedication to
the advancement of the field in Europe and
beyond, Professor Andrea G. Rockall from
London, United Kingdom, has been invited to
give the Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen Honorary
Lecture ‘Imaging the invisible killer: towards
personalisation of ovarian cancer care’.
UK); the MALIBO study, which is developing machine learning in
whole body MRI for detection of metastatic disease (funded by
National Institute for Health Research – NIHR); and the MROC study,
In addition, she serves on several committees, including the
which is evaluating multi-parametric MRI in determining treatment
European Society of Gynaecologic Oncology’s quality standards
planning and staging of ovarian cancer (also funded by NIHR).
in ovarian cancer surgery committee, the RSNA Programme
Committee and the ACR O-RADS steering committee. She has
Prof. Rockall has authored or co-authored more than 100 pub-
also served as Chair of the ESR Statutes and Rules Subcommit-
lications in peer-reviewed journals, three books and numerous
tee and as a member of the ESR Membership Subcommittee.
book chapters.
Prof. Rockall has received many distinctions for her work, includShe was president of the International Cancer Imaging Society
ing the Outstanding Teacher Award from the International
for 2015 and is a council member of the British Gynaecologic
Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine in 2014.
Cancer Society. She is also currently a member of the RCR
Steering Group for Cancer Imaging and Reporting, and she
At ECR 2016, Prof. Rockall will present the Wilhelm Conrad
chairs the Female Pelvic Imaging Working Group for the Euro-
Röntgen Honorary Lecture, titled ‘Imaging the invisible killer:
pean Society of Urogenital Radiology.
towards personalisation of ovarian cancer care’.
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HONORARY LECTURERS
Valérie Vilgrain
Clichy/FR
Honorary Lecturer
University Hospital, an institution well known for its expertise
and outstanding clinicians in abdominal diseases. She subspecialised in the gastrointestinal tract, with a special focus on liver,
biliary and pancreatic diseases, an area that still fascinates her
to this day.
Her major research interests are diagnostic and interventional
imaging of the liver, pancreas and bile ducts, focusing on multidetector CT, MRI, contrast-enhanced ultrasound and functional
imaging.
In addition, Prof. Vilgrain is involved in several on-going research
projects, and she is the principal investigator of the SARAH trial,
which aims to compare SorAfenib, the reference treatment of
advanced hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC), against radioembolisation. She is also involved in a combined academic/company
In recognition of her contribution to abdominal
imaging and commitment to the advancement
of radiology, Professor Valérie Vilgrain from
Clichy, France, has been invited to give the Josef
Lissner Honorary Lecture, titled ‘Liver imaging:
where do we stand now?’ at ECR 2016.
project on HCC, which aims to develop imaging solutions for
better patient management.
She has authored or co-authored 332 articles original articles,
mainly on abdominal imaging, and co-edited 30 books on
abdominal imaging.
Prof. Vilgrain holds membership of many societies, including
the European Society of Radiology (ESR), the Radiological
Society of North America (RSNA) and the European Society
Valérie Vilgrain is chair of the radiology department at Beaujon
of Gastrointestinal and Abdominal Radiology (ESGAR).
University Hospital in Clichy and full professor of radiology at
Paris Diderot University – Paris 7, France.
She has served as vice-chairperson of the French Radiological
Society and chairperson of the Education Programme Com-
She obtained her medical degree from René Descartes Univer-
mittee for the society’s annual meeting. She serves on several
sity in Paris in 1985. She then did a residency in internal medicine,
committees for the European Congress of Radiology and chairs
neurology and radiology at Paris University.
the RSNA Regional Committee for Europe.
Prof. Vilgrain chose to subspecialise in chest and abdominal
At ECR 2016, Prof. Vilgrain will present the Josef Lissner Hon-
diseases, and completed a fellowship in radiology at Beaujon
orary Lecture, titled ‘Liver imaging: where do we stand now?’
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COMMITTEES
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General Information
ESR EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Luis Donoso Bach; Barcelona/ES
1st Vice-President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Paul M. Parizel; Antwerp/BE
2nd Vice-President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bernd Hamm; Berlin/DE
Past President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lorenzo Bonomo; Rome/IT
COMMITTEE CHAIRS
Communication and External Affairs Committee Chairperson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Boris Brkljačić; Zagreb/HR
ECR 2016 Congress Committee Chairperson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Katrine Riklund; Umeå/SE
ECR 2017 Programme Planning Committee Chairperson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Paul M. Parizel; Antwerp/BE
Education Committee Chairperson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Laura Oleaga; Barcelona/ES
Finance and Internal Affairs Committee Chairperson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Michael Fuchsjäger; Graz/AT
National Societies Committee Chairperson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Deniz Akata; Ankara/TR
Publications Committee Chairperson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lorenzo E. Derchi; Genoa/IT
Quality; Safety and Standards Committee Chairperson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E. Jane Adam; London/UK
Research Committee Chairperson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hans-Ulrich Kauczor; Heidelberg/DE
Subspecialties and Allied Sciences Committee Chairperson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Catherine M. Owens; London/UK
NON-VOTING
Director of the European School of Radiology (ESOR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nicholas Gourtsoyiannis; Athens/GR
Executive Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Peter Baierl; Vienna/AT
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CONGRESS COMMITTEE
Chairperson (Congress President) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . K. Riklund; Umeå/SE
ESR President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L. Donoso Bach; Barcelona/ES
ESR 1st Vice-President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P.M. Parizel; Antwerp/BE
ESR Executive Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P. Baierl; Vienna/AT
Chairperson of the Finance and Internal Affairs Committee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M.H. Fuchsjäger; Graz/AT
Chairperson of the Publications Committee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L.E. Derchi; Genoa/IT
PROGRAMME PLANNING COMMITTEE
POSTGRADUATE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMME
E³ – RISING STARS PROGRAMME
Chairperson: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H.-U. Kauczor; Heidelberg/DE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Szczerbo-Trojanowska; Lublin/PL
Members: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R.G.H. Beets-Tan; Maastricht/NL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J. Camps Herrero; Valencia/ES
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Dewey; Berlin/DE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H.B. Eggesbø; Oslo/NO
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A.J. Grainger; Leeds/UK
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Haliloglu; Ankara/TR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D.R. Kool; Nijmegen/NL
CASES OF THE DAY
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J. Vilar; Valencia/ES
EFOMP REPRESENTATIVE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A. Torresin; Milan/IT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C. Malamateniou; London/UK
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .R. Pozzi-Mucelli; Verona/IT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .P. Puech; Lille/FR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D.K. Tsetis; Iraklion/GR
SCIENTIFIC PAPERS
Chairperson: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B. Brkljačić; Zagreb/HR
Members: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P.E. Andersen; Odense/DK
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I. Arkhipova; Moscow/RU
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P.-Y. Marcy; Ollioules/FR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A.C. Offiah; Sheffield/UK
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A.P. Parkar; Bergen/NO
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H.-P. Schlemmer; Heidelberg/DE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S. Zackrisson; Malmö/SE
EPOS EDITOR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M.I. Argyropoulou; Ioannina/GR
E³ – EUROPEAN EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION
ESMRMB REPRESENTATIVE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E.R. Danielsen; Copenhagen/DK
IMAGE INTERPRETATION QUIZ
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A.G. Rockall; London/UK
JUNIOR IMAGE INTERPRETATION QUIZ
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .F. Arnberg; Stockholm/SE
EVALUATION
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M.H. Fuchsjäger; Graz/AT
ESR EDUCATION COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSON
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L. Oleaga Zufiría: Barcelona/ES
E-LEARNING EDITORS
E³ – ECR ACADEMIES:
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Maas; Amsterdam/NL
Modern imaging in Colorectal Cancer . L.K. Blomqvist; Stockholm/SE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .S. Barter; Cambridge/UK
Neuroradiology: from Morphology to Function . P.M. Parizel; Antwerp/BE
Modern Cardiac Imaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . V.E. Sinitsyn; Moscow/RU
Diagnostic Urogenital Radiology . . . . . . . . . . . . H.C. Thoeny; Berne/CH
Interactive Teaching Sessions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M.G. Mack; Munich/DE
ESR QUALITY, SAFETY AND
STANDARDS COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSON
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E.J. Adam; London/UK
ESR PUBLICATIONS COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSON
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L.E. Derchi, Genoa/IT
ESR SUBSPECIALTIES AND
ALLIED SCIENCES COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSON
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C. Owens; London/UK
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SCIENTIFIC SUBCOMMITTEES
ABDOMINAL AND GASTROINTESTINAL
CARDIAC
The ESR would like to thank ESGAR for their cooperation on this subcommittee
The ESR would like to thank the ESCR for their cooperation on this subcommittee
Chairpersons: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M.A. Bali; Brussels/BE
Chairperson: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F. Cademartiri; Rotterdam/NL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A. Laghi; Latina/IT
Members: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P. Croisille; Saint-Etienne/FR
Abdominal Viscera
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .P. Donato; Coimbra/PT
Members: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J.R. Ayuso; Barcelona/ES
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A. Kallifatidis; Thessaloniki/GR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A. Blachar; Tel Aviv/IL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . G.I. Kirova-Nedialkova; Sofia/BG
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A. Hatzidakis; Iraklion/GR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C. Loewe; Vienna/AT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S.A. Jackson; Plymouth/UK
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .K. Nikolaou; Tübingen/DE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Karcaaltincaba; Ankara/TR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R.J. Perea; Barcelona/ES
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T.C. Lauenstein; Essen/DE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . G. Roditi; Glasgow/UK
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Lewin-Zeitoun; Villejuif/FR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S.D. Rud; St. Petersburg/RU
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R. Manfredi; Verona/IT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P. Stolzmann; Zurich/CH
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . V. Maniatis; Aabenraa/DK
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .M. Urbanczyk-Zawadzka; Krakow/PL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S. Phoa; Amsterdam/NL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P.M.A. van Ooijen; Groningen/NL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .M. Staunton; Cork/IE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .J. Venancio; Lisbon/PT
CHEST
The ESR would like to thank ESTI for their cooperation on this subcommittee
GI Tract
Members: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .S. Aasen; Oslo/NO
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . V. Cappendijk; ‘s Hertogenbosch/NL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C. Hoeffel; Reims/FR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C. Kölblinger; Ried im Innkreis/AT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . U. Korman; Istanbul/TR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Laniado; Dresden/DE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R. Maksimović; Belgrade/RS
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Ramalho; Almada/PT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .J. Rimola; Barcelona/ES
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S. Terraz; Geneva/CH
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D.J.M. Tolan; Leeds/UK
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C. Weninger; Arvika/SE
BREAST
The ESR would like to thank EUSOBI for their cooperation on this subcommittee
Chairperson: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C.S. Balleyguier; Villejuif/FR
Members: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Bernathova; Vienna/AT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . K. Borbely; Budapest/HU
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E.J. Cornford; Nottingham/UK
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E.M. Fallenberg; Berlin/DE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .K. Kinkel; Chêne-Bougeries/CH
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P. Panizza; Milan/IT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R.M. Pijnappel; Utrecht/NL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L.J. Pina Insausti; Pamplona/ES
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Chairperson: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M.-P. Revel; Paris/FR
Members: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L. Bakon; Warsaw/PL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . O. Buckley; Dublin/IE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A. Devaraj; London/UK
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T. Frauenfelder; Zurich/CH
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I. Hartmann; Rotterdam/NL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N. Karabulut; Denizli/TR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E. Mershina; Moscow/RU
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A. Persson; Linköping/SE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Regier; Hamburg/DE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N. Sverzellati; Parma/IT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D. Tack; Baudour/BE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J. Vilar; Valencia/ES
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
The ESR would like to thank EuSoMII for their cooperation on this subcommittee
Chairperson: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D. Regge; Turin/IT
Members: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I. Bricault; Grenoble/FR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. de Bruijne; Rotterdam/NL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E. Kotter; Freiburg/DE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S. Morozov; Moscow/RU
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P. Pokieser; Vienna/AT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R. Salvador; Barcelona/ES
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MOLECULAR IMAGING
INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY
The ESR would like to thank ESMOFIR for their cooperation on this subcommittee
The ESR would like to thank CIRSE for their cooperation on this subcommittee
Chairperson: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . X. Montet; Geneva/CH
Chairperson: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D. Filippiadis; Athens/GR
Members: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C. Cyran; Munich/DE
Members: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L. Crocetti; Pisa/IT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. de Jong; Rotterdam/NL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A. Denys; Lausanne/CH
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S. Fanti; Bologna/IT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A. Dimopoulou; Uppsala/SE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L. Fournier; Paris/FR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C. Georgiades; Nicosia/CY
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T.H. Helbich; Vienna/AT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T.K. Helmberger; Munich/DE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W. Jaschke; Innsbruck/AT
GENITOURINARY
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . V. McDermott; Cork/IE
The ESR would like to thank ESUR for their cooperation on this subcommittee
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .G.J. Munneke; London/UK
Chairperson: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R. Forstner; Salzburg/AT
Members: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C.D. Alt; Düsseldorf/DE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P. De Visschere; Ghent/BE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . O. Donati; Zurich/CH
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M.L. Lobo; Lisbon/PT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C. Nicolau; Barcelona/ES
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . O. Nikolic; Novi Sad/RS
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . O. Pellerin; Paris/FR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .B. Peynircioglu; Ankara/TR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M.A.A.J. van den Bosch; Utrecht/NL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Wojtaszek; Warsaw/PL
MUSCULOSKELETAL
The ESR would like to thank the ESSR for their cooperation on this subcommittee
Chairperson: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Maas; Amsterdam/NL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J. Rørvik; Bergen/NO
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . O. Rouvière; Lyon/FR
Members: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A. Alcalá-Galiano; Madrid/ES
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Studniarek; Gdansk/PL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . G. Andreisek; Zurich/CH
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M.R. Torkzad; Milford/UK
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A. Barile; L’Aquila/IT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A. Tsili; Ioannina/GR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C. Cyteval; Montpellier/FR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Valentino; Udine/IT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E.E. Drakonaki; Iraklion/GR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .I.-M. Noebauer-Huhmann; Vienna/AT
HEAD AND NECK
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A.P. Parkar; Bergen/NO
The ESR would like to thank the ESHNR for their cooperation on this subcommittee
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .P. Robinson; Leeds/UK
Chairperson: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R. Kohler; Sion/CH
Members: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J. Frühwald-Pallamar; Vienna/AT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D. Haba; Iasi/RO
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A. Koltowska; Wroclaw/PL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Lell; Erlangen/DE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A. Lo Casto; Palermo/IT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E. Loney; Darlington/UK
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .M. Shahabpour; Brussels/BE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . V. Vasilevska Nikodinovska; Skopje/MK
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A. Vieira; Porto/PT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M.-A. Weber; Heidelberg/DE
NEURO
The ESR would like to thank the ESNR for their cooperation on this subcommittee
Chairperson: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T.A. Yousry; London/UK
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S. Steens; Nijmegen/NL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D.-A. Varoquaux; Marseille/FR
Members: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C. Calli; Izmir/TR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A. Dörfler; Erlangen/DE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P. Due-TØnnessen; Oslo/NO
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S. Gerevini; Milan/IT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M.A. Lucic; Sremska Kamenica/RS
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L. Pierot; Reims/FR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A. Ramos; Madrid/ES
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B.F. Schuknecht; Zurich/CH
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . K. Surlan Popovič; Ljubljana/SI
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L. van den Hauwe; Antwerp/BE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M.P. Wattjes; Amsterdam/NL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D. Zlatareva; Sofia/BG
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PAEDIATRIC
VASCULAR
The ESR would like to thank the ESPR for their cooperation on this subcommittee
The ESR would like to thank CIRSE for their cooperation on this subcommittee
Chairperson: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Raissaki; Iraklion/GR
Chairperson: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L.P. Lawler; Dublin/IE
Members: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .S. Franchi-Abella; Le Kremlin-Bicêtre/FR
Members: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D. Brisbois; Liège/BE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S. Hanquinet; Geneva/CH
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Burrel; Barcelona/ES
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P.D. Humphries; London/UK
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C. Engelke; Göttingen/DE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D. Kljucevsek; Ljubljana/SI
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P.N.M. Lohle; Tilburg/NL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . G.M. Magnano; Genoa/IT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F. Melchiorre; Milan/IT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .H.-J. Mentzel; Jena/DE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T. Pfammatter; Zurich/CH
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R.A.J. Nievelstein; Utrecht/NL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R. Uberoi; Oxford/UK
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E. Sorantin; Graz/AT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P. Vilares Morgado; Porto/PT
PHYSICS IN RADIOLOGY
ONCOLOGIC IMAGING
The ESR would like to thank EFOMP for their cooperation on this subcommittee
The ESR would like to thank ESOI for their cooperation on this subcommittee
Chairperson: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T. Beyer; Vienna/AT
Chairperson: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . V.J. Goh; London/UK
Member: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C.J. Caruana; Msida/MT
Members: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . K. Coenegrachts; Bruges/BE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J. Damilakis; Iraklion/GR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J.J. Fütterer; Nijmegen/NL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .V. Gershan; Skopje/MK
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C. Johnston; Dublin/IE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .P. Gilligan; Dublin/IE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I.G. Lupescu; Bucharest/RO
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Kachelrieß; Heidelberg/DE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P.K. Prassopoulos; Alexandroupoli/GR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D.J. Lurie; Aberdeen/UK
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A.E. Sundin; Stockholm/SE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A. Trianni; Udine/IT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .G. Zamboni; Verona/IT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F. Zanca; Leuven/BE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C.J. Zech; Basle/CH
RADIOGRAPHERS
EMERGENCY RADIOLOGY
The ESR would like to thank the EFRS for their cooperation on this subcommittee
The ESR would like to thank ESER for their cooperation on this subcommittee
Chairpersons: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I.M. Björkman-Burtscher; Lund/SE
Chairperson: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H. Alkadhi; Zurich/CH
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C. Malamateniou; London/UK
Members: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .J.M. Artigas; Zaragoza/ES
Members: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P. Bezzina; Msida/MT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R. Basilico; Chieti/IT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S.J. Foley; Dublin/IE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F.H. Berger; Amsterdam/NL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N. Mekiš; Ljubljana/SI
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J.B. Dormagen; Oslo/NO
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H. Precht; Odense/DK
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H. Eklof; Uppsala/SE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J. Santos; Coimbra/PT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P. Ilves; Tartu/EE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .V. Syrgiamiotis; Athens/GR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E. Schouman-Claeys; Paris/FR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S. Wirth; Munich/DE
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ECR 2016 TOPIC COORDINATORS
E³ – EUROPEAN EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION
MINI COURSE
E³ – Rising Stars Programme:
Joint Course of ESR and RSNA
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Szczerbo-Trojanowska; Lublin/PL
Case-Based Diagnosis Training . . . . . . . . . . . . K.M. Friedrich; Vienna/AT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S. Robinson; Vienna/AT
(Radiological Society of North America):
Emergency Radiology
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .U. Linsenmaier; Munich/DE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A. Palkó; Szeged/HU
E³ – European Diploma Prep Sessions:
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B. Ertl-Wagner; Munich/DE
E³ – The Beauty of Basic Knowledge:
Breast Imaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J. Camps Herrero; Valencia/ES
Chest Imaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N. Howarth; Chêne-Bougeries/CH
E³ – ECR Academies:
Modern imaging in Colorectal Cancer . L.K. Blomqvist; Stockholm/SE
Neuroradiology:
from Morphology to Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . P.M. Parizel; Antwerp/BE
Modern Cardiac Imaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . V.E. Sinitsyn; Moscow/RU
Diagnostic Urogenital Radiology . . . . . . . . . . . . H.C. Thoeny; Berne/CH
Interactive Teaching Sessions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M.G. Mack; Munich/DE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Smits; Rotterdam/NL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R.J. Zagoria; San Francisco, CA/US
MULTIDISCIPLINARY SESSIONS
Sports injuries:
diagnosis and management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Padrón; Madrid/ES
Pancreatic cancer:
radiological diagnosis and treatment . . . L. Grenacher; Heidelberg/DE
Uterine myomas:
radiological diagnosis and treatment . . . . . . . . . A.-M. Belli; London/UK
PROS AND CONS SESSION
Risks and benefits
of reporting incidental findings . . . . . . . . S. Weckbach; Heidelberg/DE
E³ – Master Classes:
Abdominal and Gastrointestinal
(ESGAR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M.A. Bali; Brussels/BE, A. Laghi; Latina/IT
Breast (EUSOBI) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C.S. Balleyguier; Villejuif/FR
CLINICAL TRIALS IN RADIOLOGY
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Dewey; Berlin/DE
Cardiac (ESCR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F. Cademartiri; Rotterdam/NL
Chest (ESTI) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M.-P. Revel; Paris/FR
Molecular Imaging (ESMOFIR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . X. Montet; Geneva/CH
Genitourinary (ESUR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R. Forstner; Salzburg/AT
Head and Neck (ESHNR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R. Kohler; Sion/CH
Interventional Radiology (CIRSE) . . . . . . . . . . D. Filippiadis; Athens/GR
Musculoskeletal (ESSR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Maas; Amsterdam/NL
Neuro (ESNR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T.A. Yousry; London/UK
Paediatric (ESPR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Raissaki; Iraklion/GR
Vascular (CIRSE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L.P. Lawler; Dublin/IE
Oncologic Imaging (ESOI) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . V.J. Goh; London/UK
Emergency Radiology (ESER) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H. Alkadhi; Zurich/CH
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Title
PROGRAMME
OVERVIEWS
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2
Room/
Time
08:3009:00
09:0009:30
09:3010:00
A
2nd Level
(ACV)
E³ 121
E³ - ECR
Academies:
Interactive
Teaching
Session
Head
‘and neck
cancer after
treatment:
what you
need to know
B
2nd Level
(ACV)
C
2nd Level
(ACV)
Z
2nd Level
(ACV)
RC 101
GI Tract
Assessing
inflammation
and fibrosis
in Crohn’s
disease
O
1st Level
(ACV)
NH 1
New Horizons
Session
New frontiers
in imaging of
vascular wall
and plaque
N
1st Level
(ACV)
Studio 2016
1st Level
(ACV)
RC 105
Computer
Applications
Daily use
of mobile
devices in
radiology
L8
1st Level
(ACV)
L2
1st Level
(ACV)
EuroSafe
Imaging
Session 1
Low-dose
research
in medical
radiation
protection
E1
Entrance
Level
(ACV)
E2
Entrance
Level
(ACV)
F1
Entrance
Level
(ACV)
RC 110
Musculoskeletal
The elbow: a
comprehensive approach
F2
Entrance
Level
(ACV)
RC 102
Breast
Breast
ultrasound
2016
D1
Lower Level
(ACV)
RC 104
Chest
Pneumonia
Programme Overviews
Programme Overviews
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2
D2
Lower Level
(ACV)
RC 113
Physics in
Radiology
Single-dualmulti-energy
CT
G
Lower Level
K
Lower Level
(ACV)
(ACV)
RC 111
Neuro
Toxic brain
disorders
11:0011:30
11:3012:00
E³ 221
E³ - ECR
Academies:
Interactive
Teaching
Session
Unexpected
findings
on brain MRI
SS 201a
Abdominal
Viscera
Pancreas and
bile ducts
SS 202
Breast
Breast biopsy
SS 206
Molecular
Imaging
PET/CT
and MR in
oncology
SS 201b
Gastrointestinal
Tract
A guided tour
through the GI
tract
SS 203a
Cardiac
Cardiomyopathies
(1)
13:0013:30
E³ 24A
E³ - The Beauty
of Basic
Knowledge:
Breast Imaging
Breast
ultrasound:
a primer
SY 2
Satellite
Symposium*
SY 3
Satellite
Symposium*
SY 1a
Joint Satellite
Symposium*
SY 1b
Joint Satellite
Symposium*
SS 215
Vascular
Vasculopathy:
form and
function
SS 210
Musculoskeletal
Trauma and
inflammation
SS 211a
Neuro
Paediatric and
epilepsy
SS 216a
Oncologic
Imaging
Hepatocellular
cancer: characterisation,
response and
recurrence
SS 213
Physics in
Radiology
CT imaging:
effects of
body size
and use of
iterative
reconstruction
SS 204
Chest
Pulmonary
vessels and
perfusion
SS 209
Interventional
Radiology
Ablation
outside the
liver
SS 214
Radiographers
Radiographers’
education: the
curriculum
09:0009:30
SS 207
Genitourinary
Technical
advances
VoE 4
The Voice of
EPOS™
Cardiac
13:3014:00
14:0014:30
14:3015:00
15:0015:30
SS 301a
Abdominal
Viscera
Liver metastases:
detection,
characterisation and
treatment
response
assessment
SS 302
Breast
Breast
innovation,
biomarkers
SS 305
Computer
Applications
Developing
tools for
clinical
workflow
management
SS 301b
Gastrointestinal
Tract
Colon
SS 303a
Cardiac
Cardiomyopathies
(2)
SY 1c
Joint Satellite
Symposium*
SS 315
Vascular
Peripheral
arteries:
imaging and
therapy
SS 310
Musculoskeletal
Ultrasound
SS 311a
Neuro
Cerebral
tumours (1)
SS 316
Oncologic
Imaging
Dealing with
metastatic
disease
SS 313
Physics in
Radiology
Radiation risk
assessment
and
awareness”
SS 304
Chest
Lung MRI
SS 309
Interventional
Radiology
Musculoskeletal
SS 314
Radiographers
CT parameters: juggling
or struggling?
SS 307
Genitourinary
Prostate
cancer:
targeted
biopsy and
beyond
VoE 5
The Voice of
EPOS™
French
16:3017:00
E³ 426a
E³ - ECR Master Class
A tour around
cholangiopathies
VoE 6
The Voice of
EPOS™
Arabic
NH 4
New Horizons
Session
Big data:
why should
radiologists
care?
RC 412
Paediatric
Chest imaging
in paediatrics
RC 408
Head and
Neck
Head and
neck imaging:
don’t sell your
ultrasound
yet!
RC 410
Musculoskeletal
Bone trauma
in the axial
skeleton:
patterns of
injury
and how I describe them
SY 1d
Joint Satellite
Symposium*
17:0017:30
EuroSafe
Imaging
Session 2
EuroSafe
Imaging
Alliance &
Campaign what is new?
17:45–19:00 Room A: Opening Ceremony / Presentation of Honorary Members
ECR 2016 | Final Programme
RC 402
Breast
Radiopathological
correlation:
more
important
than you
thought
RC 404
Chest
Pulmonary
embolism
- persistent
controversies
RC 413
Physics in
Radiology
Artefacts
and pitfalls in
tomography
E³ 419
E³ 426b
E³ - ECR
E³ - ECR
Academies:
Master Class
NeuroradiolMR-targeted
ogy:
focal therapies
from Morfor prostate
phology to
cancer
Function
Functional MRI
of the brain
opens new
horizons
RC 106
Molecular
Imaging
Molecular
imaging:
what can we
quantify?
M3
1st Level
VoE 7
The Voice of
EPOS™
Chest
M4
1st Level
M5
2nd Level
(M Building)
(M Building)
(M Building)
RC 109
Interventional
Radiology
Image fusion
for imageguided
interventions
RC 117
Emergency
Radiology
Abdominal
trauma: does
it bleed,
will it start
bleeding or
is something
else leaking?
E³ 126
E³ - ECR
Master Class
Cardiac CT
and new
interventions
Room/
Time
08:3009:00
09:0009:30
09:3010:00
10:0010:30
SS 208
Head and
Neck
Orbits and
olfaction
SS 212
Paediatric
Brain and
neck
SS 203b
Cardiac
The evolving
role of cardiac
CT
SS 216b
Oncologic
Imaging
Advanced
imaging
methods (2)
SS 211b
Neuro
Gadolinium
deposition
and trauma
10:3011:00
11:0011:30
11:3012:00
11:3012:00
12:0012:30
12:0012:30
12:3013:00
12:3013:00
13:0013:30
13:0013:30
13:3014:00
13:3014:00
14:0014:30
SS 308
Head and
Neck
Salivary
glands, neck,
parathyroid
SS 312
Paediatric
Thorax and
musculoskeletal
SS 303b
Cardiac
CT perfusion
SS 311b
Neuro
Dementia
SS 311c
Neuro
Neurovascular
interventions
(1)
14:0014:30
14:3015:00
15:0015:30
15:0015:30
15:3016:00
15:3016:00
16:0016:30
16:3017:00
17:0017:30
RC 415
Vascular
Basic
principles of
varicose vein
diagnosis and
endovascular
treatment
RC 403
RC 409
Cardiac
Interventional
Imaging of
Radiology
cardiac valves:
Basic
new trends
principles of
percutaneous
tumour
ablation
RC 417
Emergency
Radiology
‘Special
patients’
in the
emergency
room: when
and how to
image them?
PS 427
Pros & Cons
Session
Risks and
benefits of
reporting
incidental
findings
16:0016:30
16:3017:00
17:0017:30
Technical Exhibition: EXPO First Level (Gallery): 14:00–17:00
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RC 416
Oncologic
Imaging
Evaluating
lymph node
involvement:
an impossible
task?
11:0011:30
14:3015:00
15:3016:00
16:0016:30
(M Building)
M2
1st Level
(M Building)
10:0010:30
10:3011:00
VoE 2
The Voice of
EPOS™
Breast
CTiR 1
E³ 25A
E³ - The Beauty Clinical Trials
of Basic
in Radiology
Knowledge:
Chest Imaging
Useful signs
in chest
radiology
M1
Entrance
Level
09:3010:00
VoE 3
The Voice of
EPOS™
Italian
SY 4
Satellite
Symposium*
Room/
Time
08:3009:00
VoE 1
The Voice of
EPOS™
Abdominal/GI
12:0012:30
12:3013:00
(EPOS™ Arena)
RC 107
Genitourinary
Pitfalls in
gynaecologic
oncologic
imaging: how
to avoid them
and minimise
risks
10:0010:30
10:3011:00
ECR Online
& EPOS™
Lounge
* Not CME accredited
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TODAY’S
HIGHLIGHTS
Wednesday, March 2
Room A
OPENING CEREMONY
17:45–19:00Prof. Donoso & Prof. Riklund
officially open ECR 2016
Presentation of Honorary Members
Musical Entertainment by
Martin Grubinger
Room O
NH 1
08:30–10:00 New frontiers in imaging of
vascular wall and plaque
Room L8
EuroSafe Imaging Session 1
08:30–10:00Low-dose research in medical
radiation protection
Room D2
12:30–13:30
CTiR 1 Clinical Trials in Radiology
Room C
16:00–17:30
NH 4
Big data: why should radiologists care?
THURSDAY, MARCH 3
Room/
Time
08:3009:00
09:0009:30
09:3010:00
(ACV)
E³ 521
E³ - ECR
Academies:
Interactive
Teaching
Session
Integrating
diagnostic
tools
in breast
imaging
B
2nd Level
C
2nd Level
(ACV)
RC 501
Abdominal
Viscera
The many
faces of
benign
liver lesions
(ACV)
Z
2nd Level
(ACV)
SF 5
Special Focus
Session
Taking
imaging to the
cloud
O
1st Level
(ACV)
RC 512
Paediatric
Imaging of
foetus and
infant
N
1st Level
(ACV)
RC 508
Head and
Neck
Pathways
for tumour
spread
Studio 2016
1st Level
(ACV)
PC 5
Professional
Challenges
Session
Personalised
radiology:
myth or
reality?
L8
1st Level
(ACV)
L2
1st Level
(ACV)
NH 5
New Horizons
Session
Imaging
beyond
morphology
E1
Entrance
Level
E2
Entrance
Level
F1
Entrance
Level
RC 510
Musculoskeletal
Inflammatory
arthritis:
beyond the
radiograph
SA 5
State of
the Art
Symposium
Abdominal
diffusionweighted
imaging
(DWI): an
update
RC 516
Oncologic
Imaging
A multidisciplinary
approach
to prostate
cancer: can
we make a
difference?
(ACV)
(ACV)
(ACV)
F2
Entrance
Level
(ACV)
D1
Lower Level
(ACV)
RC 504
Chest
HRCT patterns
in chest
radiology:
back to basics
and beyond
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THURSDAY, MARCH 3
THURSDAY, MARCH 3
D2
Lower Level
(ACV)
RC 513
Physics in
Radiology
How to
assess and
communicate
examination
risks to
patients and
referring
physicians?
G
Lower Level
K
Lower Level
(ACV)
(ACV)
E³ - Rising
E³ 519
Stars
E³ - ECR
Programme
Academies:
Neuroradiol­
Basic 1:
ogy: from
Neuroradiology:
Morphology
Brain
to Function
Advanced
imaging techniques in brain
tumours
10:3011:00
11:0011:30
11:3012:00
12:0012:30
12:3013:00
13:0013:30
Room E2
16:00–17:30
13:3014:00
14:0014:30
14:3015:00
ECR Online
& EPOS™
Lounge
(EPOS™ Arena)
E³ 621
E³ - ECR
Academies:
Interactive
Teaching
Session
Cardiac CT:
from
stenosis
assessment
to risk
stratification
HL 1
Headline
Session
E³ 721
E³ - ECR
Academies:
Interactive
Teaching
Session
Cardiac
imaging
SS 601a
Abdominal
Viscera
Chronic liver
disease and
primary liver
tumours
SS 602a
Breast
Breast
MRI: new
sequences
and
applications
E³ 24B
E³ - The Beauty
of Basic
Knowledge:
Breast Imaging
Cracking the
mystery of
needles and
gauges
SS 701a
Abdominal
Viscera
Functional
imaging of
liver and
spleen
SS 605
Computer
Applications
Image
processing
techniques
(1)
RTF Quiz
Radiology
Trainees
Forum
SS 702
Breast
Breast MRIDWI (1)
SS 715
Vascular
Endovascular
therapies:
what’s new?
SS 601b
Gastrointestinal
Tract
Multimodality
imaging of
Crohn’s
disease
SY 5
Satellite
Symposium*
SS 701b
Gastrointestinal
Tract
Advanced
imaging of the
oesophagus
and stomach
15:0015:30
SS 603
Cardiac
Evolving
techniques
SY 6
Satellite
Symposium*
ESOR
Session
Advancing
clinical
practice:
role of
education
SS 607a
Genitourinary
Female pelvis
SS 615
Vascular
Optimising
vascular
imaging
techniques
SS 611
Neuro
Cerebrovascular disease (1)
SS 616
Oncologic
Imaging
Advanced
imaging
methods (1)
SS 617
Emergency
Radiology
Cardiothoracic
emergencies
E³ - Rising
Stars
Programme
Student
Session 1:
Breast
SS 710
Musculoskeletal
Muscles
SS 602b
Breast
Breast
ultrasound
SS 609
Interventional
Radiology
Non-vascular
techniques in
the abdomen
E³ 25B
CTiR 2
E³ - The Beauty Clinical Trials
of Basic
in Radiology
Knowledge:
Chest Imaging
How to avoid
misdiagnosis
on the chest
x-ray
SY 8
Satellite
Symposium*
SY 7
Satellite
Symposium*
EIBIR
Session 1
Joint VPHPRISM/
ASSURE
Session - from
screening
to therapy:
innovative
breast care
concepts
SS 610a
Musculoskeletal
Body composition
SS 711
Neuro
Cerebrovascular disease (2)
SS 716
Oncologic
Imaging
Whole body
imaging
SS 713
Physics in
Radiology
Innovations in
radiology
SS 704
Chest
Lung cancer
SS 717
Emergency
Radiology
Trauma of
the brain and
body
SS 610b
Musculoskeletal
Cartilage
assessment
E³ - Rising
Stars
Programme
Basic 2:
Head and
neck imaging
VoE 8
The Voice of
EPOS™
Head and
Neck
VoE 10
The Voice of
EPOS™
Genitourinary
SY 9
Satellite
Symposium*
SS 707
Genitourinary
Prostate
cancer:
routine and
novel MRI
techniques
VoE 13
The Voice of
EPOS™
Nordic
16:3017:00
17:0017:30
E³ 821
E³ - ECR
Academies:
Interactive
Teaching
Session
Evaluation of
patients with
lung
emphysema
RC 801
GI Tract
CT
colonography
today
SF 8a
Special Focus
Session
Common
mistakes in
breast
imaging
ESR Working
Group on
Ultrasound
Minimising
the risk of
transmitting
infections
through
ultrasound:
is current
practice
sufficient?
PC 8a
RC 808
Professional
Head and
Challenges
Neck
Session
Paediatric:
how we do
Clinical
head and neck
decision
imaging in
support (CDS)
children
VoE 14
The Voice of
EPOS™
Russian
E³ - Rising
Stars
Programme
Student
Session 2:
Neuro
RC 810
Musculoskeletal
Sports injuries
to the knee:
improving my
report
MS 8
Multidisciplinary Session
Pancreatic cancer:
radiological
diagnosis and
treatment
Registration: 07:30–18:00
ECR 2016 | Final Programme
SF 8b
Special Focus
Session
Assessing
myocardium
at-risk with
MRI
SF 8c
Special Focus
Session
Imaging in
obesity
SF 8d
E³ 819
Special Focus
E³ - ECR
Session
Academies:
Neuroradiol­
CT radiation
ogy: from
dose
Morphology
optimisation:
to Function
are we doing
Cerebral blood
enough?
flow quantification
ACR Session
Delivering
higher value
care in radiology: how to
make it work
in clinical
practice perspectives
from the
American
College of
Radiology
E³ 526
E³ - ECR
Master Class
Perfusion
imaging
VoE 15
The Voice of
EPOS™
Abdominal/GI
M3
1st Level
M4
1st Level
M5
2nd Level
(M Building)
(M Building)
(M Building)
RC 503
Cardiac
Novel ways
to assess
myocardial
tissue
RC 509
Interventional
Radiology
Imaging and
endovascular
treatment of
pulmonary
embolism
MC 528
Joint Course
of ESR
and RSNA:
Emergency
Radiology
Abdominal
emergencies
E³ 522
E³ - ECR
Academies:
Diagnostic
Urogenital
Radiology
Retroperitoneum and
adrenals
10:0010:30
11:0011:30
Room/
Time
08:3009:00
09:0009:30
09:3010:00
10:0010:30
SS 608
SS 607b
Head and
Genitourinary
Neck
New frontiers:
Pre- and
urolithiasis
post-operative
and renal
imaging in
function
oncology
SS 604
Chest
Spectral CT,
advanced CT
analysis and
emphysema
MC 628
Joint Course
of ESR
and RSNA:
Emergency
Radiology
Chest
emergencies
E³ 622
E³ - ECR
Academies:
Diagnostic
Urogenital
Radiology
Kidney
10:3011:00
11:0011:30
11:3012:00
11:3012:00
12:0012:30
12:0012:30
SY 11
Satellite
Symposium*
SY 12
Satellite
Symposium*
12:3013:00
13:0013:30
13:0013:30
13:3014:00
13:3014:00
14:0014:30
SS 708
Head and
Neck
Temporal
bone
SS 701c
SS 703
Abdominal
Cardiac
Viscera
Epidemiology,
Advances in CT prognosis and
trials
MC 728
Joint Course
of ESR
and RSNA:
Emergency
Radiology
CNS
emergencies
E³ 722
E³ - ECR
Academies:
Diagnostic
Urogenital
Radiology
Emergencies
14:0014:30
14:3015:00
15:0015:30
15:0015:30
15:3016:00
15:3016:00
16:0016:30
16:3017:00
17:0017:30
RC 815
Vascular
Carotid artery
disease:
so what’s
new?
RC 803
Cardiac
Imaging of
heart failure
RC 809
Interventional
Radiology
Current trends
in transarterial
chemoembolisation (TACE)
and radioembolisation for
HCC
MC 828
Joint Course
of ESR
and RSNA:
Emergency
Radiology
General
principles:
paediatric
and ENT
emergencies
E³ 822
E³ - ECR
Academies:
Diagnostic
Urogenital
Radiology
Upper and
lower urinary
tract
16:0016:30
16:3017:00
17:0017:30
Technical Exhibition: EXPO First Level (Gallery): 10:00–17:00
EPOS™ – Scientific Exhibition: 08:00–18:00
70
PC 8b
Professional
Challenges
Session
An
introduction
to European
Imaging
Biomarker
Alliance
(EIBALL)
(M Building)
M2
1st Level
(M Building)
09:3010:00
14:3015:00
15:3016:00
16:0016:30
M1
Entrance
Level
12:3013:00
VoE 12
The Voice of
EPOS™
Oncology
SS 714
Radiographers
Quality issues
in ultrasound
and CT
09:0009:30
10:3011:00
VoE 11
The Voice of
EPOS™
Chinese
SY 10
Satellite
Symposium*
Room/
Time
08:3009:00
VoE 9
The Voice of
EPOS™
Emergency
10:0010:30
Room M 5 PS 427 Risks and benefits of reporting
16:00–17:30 incidental findings
EuroSafe Imaging Session 2
EuroSafe Imaging Alliance &
Campaign - what is new?
A
2nd Level
Programme Overviews
* Not CME accredited
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HIGHLIGHTS
Thursday, March 3
Room A
WILHELM CONRAD RÖNTGEN
12:15–12:45
HONORARY LECTURE
Imaging the invisible killer: towards
personalisation of ovarian cancer care
Andrea G. Rockall; London/UK
FRIDAY, MARCH 4
Room/
Time
E³ 921
E³ - ECR
Academies:
Interactive
Teaching
09:00Session
Diagnostic
09:30
evaluation of
bone tumours
Abdominal diffusion-weighted
imaging (DWI): an update
11:0011:30
Studio 2016 PC 5
08:30–10:00 Personalised radiology:
myth or reality?
11:3012:00
RTF Quiz
Studio 2016 PC 8a Clinical Decision Support (CDS)
16:00–17:30
Room F1
PC 8b An introduction to European Imaging
16:00–17:30 Biomarkers Alliance (EIBALL)
Room E2
MS 8
16:00–17:30 Pancreatic cancer:
radiological diagnosis and treatment
Room O
ESR Working Group on Ultrasound
16:00–17:30
Minimising the risk of transmitting
infections through ultrasound:
is current practice sufficient?
(ACV)
C
2nd Level
(ACV)
Z
2nd Level
(ACV)
RC 901
Abdominal
Viscera
Hepatocellular
tumours
O
1st Level
(ACV)
RC 912
Paediatric
Hepatobiliary
imaging
in children
N
1st Level
(ACV)
E³ 920
E³ - ECR
Academies:
Modern Cardiac Imaging
How to
quantify the
haemodynamic significance
of coronary
stenosis
Studio 2016
1st Level
(ACV)
PC 9a
Professional
Challenges
Session
Biobanks
meet imaging
L8
1st Level
(ACV)
L2
1st Level
(ACV)
E³ - Rising
Stars
Programme
Student
Session 3:
Abdominal
and Gastrointestinal
E1
Entrance
Level
(ACV)
PC 9b
Professional
Challenges
Session
Radiology ten
years from
now: where
will it be?
E2
Entrance
Level
(ACV)
F1
Entrance
Level
(ACV)
F2
Entrance
Level
(ACV)
D1
Lower Level
(ACV)
SF 9c
RC 916
SF 9a
RC 904
Special Focus
Oncologic
Special Focus
Chest
Session
Imaging
Session
Low dose
Brain hyDiffusionBreast
and no-dose
persignals
weighted
density: how chest imaging:
after repeated imaging (DWI)
not to be
opportunities
gadolinium
in oncology:
confused?
and limitations
administrahow I do it
tions
D2
Lower Level
(ACV)
RC 914
Radiographers
State-of-theart breast
imaging
Programme Overviews
FRIDAY, MARCH 4
FRIDAY, MARCH 4
G
Lower Level
K
Lower Level
(ACV)
(ACV)
EF 1
E³ 919
EFOMP
E³ - ECR
Workshop:
Academies:
Radiation
Neuroradiol­
Protection for
ogy: from
the female
Morphology
patient and
to Function
female mediFunctional
cal staff
imaging of the Breast imaging modalities
spine
and radiation
dose
10:3011:00
12:0012:30
12:3013:00
ECR Online
& EPOS™
Lounge
(EPOS™ Arena)
E³ 1021
E³ - ECR
Academies:
Interactive
Teaching
Session
Emergency
radiology I
EM 1
ESR meets
the Nordic
Countries
Mammography in Nordic
countries:
screening and
new developments
SS 1002
Breast
Breast MRIDWI (2) and
various MRI
applications
SS 1015
Vascular
Thoracic
aorta: novel
imaging and
interventions
SS 1001a
Gastrointestinal
Tract
Rectal cancer:
staging and
restaging
SS 1003
Cardiac
CT of the
coronary
arteries
SS 1011a
Neuro
Neurovascular
interventions
(2)
E³ - Rising
Stars
Programme
Student
Session 4:
Student
Projects
SS 1010a
Musculoskeletal
Oncology
SS 1011b
Neuro
Cerebrovascular disease (3)
SS 1016
Oncologic
Imaging
Prostate and
renal tract
cancers:
advanced
detection
methods
SS 1001b
Abdominal
Viscera
Hepatocellular
carcinoma:
evaluation of
therapeutic
response
SS 1004
Chest
Imaging
methods:
something
old,
something
new
HL 2
Headline
Session
13:0013:30
E³ 24C
E³ - The Beauty
of Basic
Knowledge:
Breast Imaging
Breast cancer
staging:
why and how
SY 13
Satellite
Symposium*
SY 14
Satellite
Symposium*
SY 15
Satellite
Symposium*
SY 16
Satellite
Symposium*
SY 17
E³ 25C
Joint Satellite E³ - The Beauty
Symposium*
of Basic
Knowledge:
Chest Imaging
Reporting
chest radiology
made easy
SS 1009
Interventional
Radiology
Liver ablation
MIR @ ECR
Session 1
Communication in
radiology
SS 1014
Radiographers
High dose
antidotes
EF 2
EFOMP
Workshop:
Radiation
Protection for
the female
patient
and female
medical staff
Pregnancy
and lactation
VoE 16
The Voice of
EPOS™
Head and
Neck
VoE 18
The Voice of
EPOS™
Musculoskeletal
SY 18
Satellite
Symposium*
14:3015:00
IIQ
Image
Interpretation
Quiz
Imaging with
the stars
15:0015:30
EM 4
EFRS meets
Sweden
The
professional
role of
Swedish
radiographers
in medical
imaging
SY 21
Satellite
Symposium*
SY 22
Satellite
Symposium*
SY 23
Satellite
Symposium*
EIBIR
Session 2
MITIGATE:
What does
it take to
perform
clinical trials in
interventional
radiology?
VoE 20
The Voice of
EPOS™
Neuro
MIR @ ECR
Session 2
Improving
quality and
safety
in radiology
SY 24
Satellite
Symposium*
VoE 21
The Voice of
EPOS™
Spanish
VoE 22
The Voice of
EPOS™
Japanese
15:3016:00
16:0016:30
16:3017:00
17:0017:30
E³ 1221
E³ - ECR
Academies:
Interactive
Teaching
Session
Use of
staging and
classification
systems
Joint Session
of the ESR
and the
EANM
Hybrid
imaging:
radiology
and nuclear
medicine
E³ 1218
E³ - ECR
Academies:
Modern
Imaging in
Colorectal
Cancer
Rectal cancer:
update on
organ saving
treatments
EDiR talk
What you
should know
about the
EDiR
RC 1212
Paediatric
Key issues
in paediatric
imaging
E³ 1220
E³ - ECR
Academies:
Modern
Cardiac
Imaging
Essentials
of modern
imaging
in cardiac
diseases
RC 1207
Genitourinary
MRI for
gynaecologic
imaging: how
I do it
EIBIR
Session 3
Gateway to
European
funding for
research
projects
RC 1210
Musculoskeletal
Systemic
disease:
what to look
for in the
musculoskeletal system
Registration: 07:30–18:00
ECR 2016 | Final Programme
PC 12a
Professional
Challenges
Session
Comprehensive
cardiothoracic
radiology: the
way to go?
RC 1204
Chest
Occupational
lung diseases:
the known
and the less
known
MIR @ ECR
Session 3
Improving
radiology
departments
RC 1211
Neuro
Cerebrovascular disease
E³ - Rising
Stars
Programme
Basic 3:
Interventional
radiology:
tumour
ablation
(M Building)
RC 906
Molecular
Imaging
Preclinical
imaging as a
driver for
translational
research: how
I do it
M2
1st Level
VoE 23
The Voice of
EPOS™
Genitourinary
M3
1st Level
M4
1st Level
M5
2nd Level
(M Building)
(M Building)
(M Building)
(M Building)
RC 915
Vascular
Fixing a leaky
EVAR
SF 9b
Special Focus
Session
Imaging in the
presence of
orthopaedic
hardware
RC 917
Emergency
Radiology
Acute pain:
your friend
and enemy in
emergency
radiology
E³ 922
E³ - ECR
Academies:
Diagnostic
Urogenital
Radiology
Gynaecology
08:3009:00
09:0009:30
09:3010:00
10:0010:30
11:0011:30
Room/
Time
10:0010:30
SS 1008
Head and
Neck
Maxillofacial
imaging
SS 1012
Paediatric
Abdominal
and foetal
imaging
SS 1006
Molecular
Imaging
Advanced
hybrid
imaging in
oncology
SS 1010b
Musculoskeletal
Hip and
shoulder
E³ 1022
E³ - ECR
Academies:
Diagnostic
Urogenital
Radiology
Prostate
10:3011:00
11:0011:30
11:3012:00
11:3012:00
12:0012:30
12:0012:30
SY 20
Satellite
Symposium*
12:3013:00
13:0013:30
13:0013:30
13:3014:00
13:3014:00
SY 25
Satellite
Symposium*
14:0014:30
Joint Session
of the ESR
and ESMRMB
Cardiac MRI
14:0014:30
14:3015:00
14:3015:00
15:0015:30
15:0015:30
15:3016:00
15:3016:00
16:0016:30
16:3017:00
17:0017:30
EuroSafe
Imaging
Session 3
Joint Session
of the ESR
and HERCA:
the new EUBSS Directive
- a step
forward to
patient safety
E³ 1226a
E³ - ECR
Master Class
Interventional
radiology for
deep venous
thrombosis
(DVT): ready
for prime
time?
E³ 1226b
E³ - ECR
Master Class
Expanding
horizons in
paediatric
imaging
E³ 1226c
E³ - ECR
Master Class
Whole body
CT in trauma
patients
PC 12b
Professional
Challenges
Session
How to
become the
undergraduate teacher
you always
wanted to be
16:0016:30
16:3017:00
17:0017:30
Technical Exhibition: EXPO First Level (Gallery): 10:00–17:00
EPOS™ – Scientific Exhibition: 08:00–18:00
72
RC 1216
Oncologic
Imaging
New insights
in bone
tumour
imaging
09:3010:00
M1
Entrance
Level
12:3013:00
13:3014:00
14:0014:30
09:0009:30
10:3011:00
VoE 19
The Voice of
EPOS™
Turkish
SY 19
Satellite
Symposium*
Room/
Time
08:3009:00
VoE 17
The Voice of
EPOS™
Interventional
10:0010:30
Room E2
SA 5
08:30–10:00 Room Z
12:30–13:30
B
2nd Level
09:3010:00
Imaging beyond morphology
CTiR 2 Clinical Trials in Radiology
(ACV)
08:3009:00
Room L8
NH 5
08:30–10:00
Room D2
12:30–13:30
A
2nd Level
Programme Overviews
* Not CME accredited
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HIGHLIGHTS
Friday, March 4
Room A
12:15–12:45
JOSEF LISSNER HONORARY LECTURE
Liver imaging: where do we stand now?
Valérie Vilgrain; Clichy/FR
Studio 2016 PC 9a Biobanks meet imaging
08:30–10:00
Room E1
PC 9b Radiology ten years from now:
08:30–10:00 where will it be?
Room B
EM1
ESR meets the Nordic Countries
10:30–12:00
Mammography in Nordic countries:
screening and new developments
Room B
EM 5 EFRS meets Sweden (European
14:00–15:30 Federation of Radiographer Societies)
The professional role of Swedish
radiographers in medical imaging
Room A
IIQ
14:00–15:30
IMAGE INTERPRETATION QUIZ
Imaging with the stars
Room F2
PC 12a Comprehensive cardiothoracic
16:00–17:30 radiology: the way to go?
SATURDAY, MARCH 5
Room/
Time
08:3009:00
09:0009:30
09:3010:00
A
2nd Level
(ACV)
E³ 1321
E³ - ECR
Academies:
Interactive
Teaching
Session
MR imaging
in sports
medicine I
B
2nd Level
C
2nd Level
(ACV)
(ACV)
RC 1301
Abdominal
Viscera
IgG4-related
disease: what
is it and what
do I need to
know?
E³ 1318
E³ - ECR
Academies:
Modern
Imaging in
Colorectal
Cancer
Colon cancer:
staging and
restaging of
local disease
Z
2nd Level
(ACV)
SF 13a
Special Focus
Session
MR/PET: role
in oncology
O
1st Level
(ACV)
RC 1312
Paediatric
Imaging
children with
cancer
N
1st Level
(ACV)
Studio 2016
1st Level
(ACV)
L8
1st Level
(ACV)
L2
1st Level
(ACV)
RC 1308
RC 1307
ESR-PAG 1
Head and
Genitourinary
ESR Patient
Neck
Lessons I
Advisory Group
Pitfalls in
learned from Patient-centred
interpretation
mistakes in
care in clinical
of
kidney and
radiology: do
head and neck
adrenal
we really put
disease
imaging
our patients
first?
E1
Entrance
Level
E2
Entrance
Level
F1
Entrance
Level
F2
Entrance
Level
SF 13b
Special Focus
Session
Cholangiocarcinoma:
an update
SF 13c
Special Focus
Session
Non-alcoholic
fatty liver
disease
(NAFLD)
E³ 1323
E³ - European
Diploma Prep
Session
Cardiac and
vascular
RC 1302
Breast
Tailoring
breast cancer
screening to
risk level
(ACV)
(ACV)
(ACV)
(ACV)
D1
Lower Level
(ACV)
Programme Overviews
Programme Overviews
SATURDAY, MARCH 5
SATURDAY, MARCH 5
D2
Lower Level
(ACV)
SF 13d
RC 1314
Special Focus
RadiograSession
phers
Severe trauma
Enhancing
patients:
research in
myths,
radiography: a
realities and
change
future
of culture
G
Lower Level
K
Lower Level
(ACV)
(ACV)
RC 1311
Neuro
Reporting the
degenerative
lumbar spine
E³ - Rising
Stars
Programme
Basic 4:
Musculoskeletal:
trauma
11:0011:30
E³ 1421
E³ - ECR
Academies:
Interactive
Teaching
Session
Skull base
lesions
EM 2
ESR meets
Japan
State-of-theart radiology
SS 1402a
Breast
Screening
SS 1406
Molecular
Imaging
Advanced
experimental
imaging
TF 1
Radiology
Trainees
Forum
Highlighted
Lectures
RC 1405
Computer
Applications
Will the good
old PACS
disappear?
11:3012:00
12:0012:30
12:3013:00
Headline
Session
E³ 24D
E³ - The Beauty
of Basic
Knowledge:
Breast Imaging
Ductal carcinoma in situ
(DCIS): small
tumour but big
problem
SY 26
Satellite
Symposium*
13:3014:00
14:0014:30
Room B
Joint Session of the ESR and the
16:00–17:30 EANM (European Association of
Nuclear Medicine)
Hybrid imaging: radiology and nuclear
medicine
14:3015:00
15:0015:30
SS 1407
ESR-PAG 2
Genitourinary
ESR Patient
MultiAdvisory Group
parametric MR Mind the gap of prostate
data-sharing
cancer: an
for better
update
patient
outcomes the key issues
for patients and
the radiology
community
SS 1410
Musculoskeletal
Applications
in CT and MR:
something
old, something new
SS 1411a
Neuro
Cerebrovascular disease (4)
E³ 1423
E³ - European
Diploma Prep
Session
Head and
neck
SS 1401
Abdominal
Viscera
Advances in
abdominal
MRI
SS 1404
SS 1409
Chest
Interventional
Chest CT dose
Radiology
reduction
Intra-arterial
therapies in
the liver
SS 1414
Radiographers
Safety and
patient care
in medical
imaging
E³ - Rising
Stars
Programme
Basic 5:
Neuroradiology:
spine
VoE 24
The Voice of
EPOS™
Neuro
E³ 1521
E³ - ECR
Academies:
Interactive
Teaching
Session
Genitourinary
and gastrointestinal
radiology
SF 15
Special Focus
Session
Head
and neck
radiology:
from
symptoms to
diagnosis
E³ 1518
E³ - ECR
Academies:
Modern
Imaging in
Colorectal
Cancer
Colorectal
cancer: synchronous and
metachronous
metastases
SY 27
Satellite
Symposium*
EIBIR
Session 4
The [email protected]
Project: delivering a clinical
decision support platform
for earlier
dementia
diagnosis
E³ 1526
E³ - ECR
Master Class
Fire and ice
outside the
liver
SY 28
Satellite
Symposium*
E³ 1520
E³ - ECR
Academies:
Modern
Cardiac
Imaging
Myocardial
characterisation:
established
modalities vs
new ones
E³ - Rising
Stars
Programme
Student Final
Session
VoE 26
The Voice of
EPOS™
Paediatric
RC 1510
SA 15
MusculoState of
skeletal
the Art
Shoulder MRI:
Symposium
mastering
Endovascular
technique and
abdominal
making my reaneurysm
port relevant repair (EVAR):
where do we
stand now?
E³ 1523
E³ - European
Diploma Prep
Session
Gynaecological and
obstetrics
RC 1502
Breast
Update on
BI-RADS
RC 1504
Chest
Mediastinal
disease
revisited
SY 30
Satellite
Symposium*
VoE 28
The Voice of
EPOS™
Musculoskeletal
RC 1514
Radiographers
Innovative
education in
medical
imaging
RC 1511
Neuro
White spots in
the brain
RC 1513
Physics in
Radiology
IT tools for
dose tracking
and workflow
optimisation
VoE 29
The Voice of
EPOS™
Korean
16:3017:00
17:0017:30
E³ 1621
E³ - ECR
Academies:
Interactive
Teaching
Session
Emergency
radiology II
RC 1601
Abdominal
Viscera
The spleen:
the forgotten
organ
E³ 1618
E³ - ECR
Academies:
Modern
Imaging in
Colorectal
Cancer
Rectal cancer:
staging and
restaging local
disease
Joint Session
of the ESR
and ESTRO
MRI and
MR/PET in
radiation
treatment
planning challenges
and
opportunities
Joint Session
of the ESR,
EFSUMB and
ESPR
Contrast
enhanced
ultrasound
(CEUS) in
paediatrics
E³ 1620
E³ - ECR
Academies:
Modern
Cardiac
Imaging
Cardiac
imaging:
to new
horizons
MS 16a
Multidisciplinary Session
Uterine
myomas:
radiological
diagnosis and
treatment
EuroSafe
Imaging
Session 4
You too can
definitely do
audits
MS 16b
SF 16
Multidiscipli- Special Focus
nary Session
Session
Sports injuries: Prostate MRI:
diagnosis
increasing
and
need?
management
Registration: 07:30–18:00
ECR 2016 | Final Programme
M3
1st Level
(M Building)
M4
1st Level
(M Building)
VoE 30
The Voice of
EPOS™
Portuguese
E³ 1623
E³ - European
Diploma
Prep Session
Interventional
RC 1602
Breast
Tomosynthesis: the
new mammography
E³ 1626
E³ - ECR
Master Class
Less common
infiltrative
lung diseases
RC 1614
Radiographers
Safety issues
in medical
imaging
RC 1611
Neuro
Update on
endovascular
stroke
treatment:
a medical
breakthrough?
RC 1613
Physics in
Radiology
MR: artefacts
and devices
VoE 31
The Voice of
EPOS™
Interventional
M5
2nd Level
(M Building)
Room/
Time
09:0009:30
09:0009:30
09:3010:00
09:3010:00
10:0010:30
10:0010:30
11:0011:30
SS 1408
Head and
Neck
Thyroid
nodules
SS 1416
Oncologic
Imaging
Pelvic and
breast cancer
SS 1415
Vascular
Pulmonary
vasculature:
new and
improved
SS 1411b
Neuro
Cerebral
tumours (2)
SS 1402b
Breast
Contrastspectral mammography and
MRI update in
background
parenchymal
enhancement
10:3011:00
11:0011:30
11:3012:00
12:0012:30
12:0012:30
12:3013:00
12:3013:00
13:0013:30
13:0013:30
13:3014:00
13:3014:00
14:0014:30
SS 1503
Cardiac
Interventional
applications
SS 1501
Abdominal
Viscera
Liver fibrosis:
imaging
assessment
SS 1515
Vascular
New
observations
in visceral
imaging and
therapy
SS 1511
Neuro
Multiple
sclerosis
SS 1502
Breast
Breast
density: an
update
14:0014:30
14:3015:00
15:0015:30
15:0015:30
15:3016:00
15:3016:00
16:0016:30
16:0016:30
16:3017:00
16:3017:00
17:0017:30
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08:3009:00
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M1
Entrance
Level
08:3009:00
10:3011:00
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The Voice of
EPOS™
German
E³ 25D
E³ - The Beauty
of Basic
Knowledge:
Chest Imaging
Measurements
in chest
radiology
SY 29
Satellite
Symposium*
Joint Session
of the ESR
and ERS
Imaging
of airways:
what the
respirologist
needs to know
Room/
Time
11:3012:00
HL 3
13:0013:30
Room M 5 PC 12b How to become the undergraduate
16:00–17:30 teacher you always wanted to be
(EPOS™ Arena)
VoE 25
The Voice of
EPOS™
Breast
10:0010:30
10:3011:00
ECR Online
& EPOS™
Lounge
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HIGHLIGHTS
Saturday, March 5
SUNDAY, MARCH 6
Room/
Time
E³ 1721
E³ - ECR
Academies:
Interactive
Teaching
09:00Session
09:30 MR imaging in
sports
medicine II
09:3010:00
Room B
EM 3
10:30–12:00
ESR meets Japan
State-of-the-art radiology
10:3011:00
Room A
JIIQ
12:55–13:55 JUNIOR IMAGE INTERPRETATION QUIZ
Millennials showdown:
the next generation of radiology
Studio 2016
Joint Session of the ESR and ERS
14:00–15:30 (European Respiratory Society)
Imaging of airways: what the
respirologist needs to know
Studio 2016 MS 16a Uterine myomas: radiological
16:00–17:30 diagnosis and treatment
Room E1
MS 16b Sports injuries:
16:00–17:30 diagnosis and management
Room Z
Joint Session of the ESR and ESTRO
16:00–17:30(European Society for Radiotherapy
and Oncology)
MRI and MR/PET in radiation
treatment planning – challenges and
opportunities
Room O
Joint Session of the ESR, EFSUMB
16:00–17:30(European Federation of Societies for
Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology)
and ESPR (European Society of
Paediatric Radiology)
Contrast enhanced ultrasound (CEUS)
in paediatrics
(ACV)
08:3009:00
Room A
SVEN-IVAR SELDINGER
12:15–12:45 HONORARY LECTURE
Imaging and micronavigation:
time to redraw the map?
Staffan Holmin; Stockholm/SE
Room E2
SA 15 Endovascular abdominal aneurysm
14:00–15:30 repair (EVAR): where do we stand now?
A
2nd Level
B
2nd Level
C
2nd Level
(ACV)
RC 1701
Abdominal
Viscera
Differential
diagnosis in
pancreatic
imaging
(ACV)
Z
2nd Level
(ACV)
O
1st Level
(ACV)
N
1st Level
(ACV)
Studio 2016
1st Level
(ACV)
L8
1st Level
(ACV)
L2
1st Level
(ACV)
RC 1707
PC 17
E³ 1726a
Genitourinary
Professional
E³ - ECR
Prostate
Challenges
Master Class
Characterisaimaging: how
Session
tion of salivary
I do it
European
gland masses
variation in
imaging: focus
on technology
Joint Session
of the ESR
and ESHI
Medical hybrid
imaging
E1
Entrance
Level
E2
Entrance
Level
SA 17
State of
the Art
Symposium
Emergency
imaging of
the pregnant
patient
SF 17a
Special Focus
Session
Neuro
imaging in
paediatrics
(ACV)
(ACV)
F1
Entrance
Level
(ACV)
F2
Entrance
Level
(ACV)
D1
Lower Level
(ACV)
SF 17b
E³ 1726b
E³ 1726c
E³ - ECR
Special Focus
E³ - ECR
Master Class
Session
Master Class
Challenging
Actionable
Personalised
questions for
pulmonary
medicine
breast imagnodules:
in oncology:
ing in 2016:
what can
breast density, should we rely
on size only?
imaging offer? how to solve
the non-mass
enigma, new
developments
in breast MRI
D2
Lower Level
(ACV)
RC 1714
Radiographers
The magic
of excellent
images
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Programme Overviews
SUNDAY, MARCH 6
NOTES
G
Lower Level
K
Lower Level
(ACV)
(ACV)
E³ 1726d
E³ - ECR
Master Class
Imaging in
dementia
E³ - Rising
Stars
Programme
Basic 6:
Thoracic
emergencies
E³ 1826
E³ - ECR
Master Class
MSK and
intervention
EM 3
ESR meets
Colombia
From practice
to reality:
how we do it
SS 1802
Breast
Digital breast
tomosynthesis: an
update
SS 1805
Computer
Applications
Image
processing
techniques (2)
PC 18
Professional
Challenges
Session
Monitoring
safety and
quality
SS 1803
Cardiac
MR (1)
SS 1816
Oncologic
Imaging
Gastrointestinal cancer:
prediction and
assessment
of therapeutic
response
SS 1815
Vascular
Abdominal
aortic
and other
aneurysms
SS 1810
Musculoskeletal
Ligaments,
tendons and
joints
SS 1811
Neuro
Spine
E³ 1823
E³ - European
Diploma Prep
Session
Paediatric
SS 1813
Physics in
Radiology
Practical
radiation risk
management
SS 1804
Chest
COPD and
infiltrative
lung diseases
SS 1809
Interventional
Radiology
Peri- and
postprocedural imaging
SS 1814
Radiographers
Getting the
radiation dose
as low as
possible
SS 1807
Genitourinary
Tumours of
the urinary
tract and
adrenals
E³ 24E
E³ - The Beauty
of Basic
Knowledge:
Breast Imaging
High-risk
lesions:
solving the
dilemma
13:0013:30
SS 1902a
Breast
Multiparametric breast MRI,
PET
SS 1901a
Abdominal
Viscera
Benign and
malignant
pancreatic
diseases
SS 1902b
Breast
Preoperative
imaging,
neoadjuvant
chemotherapy, imaging
of the axilla
SS 1905
Computer
Applications
Quality
control and
safety issues
in radiology
SS 1901b
Abdominal
Viscera
Abdominal
surgery: the
added value
of radiology
SS 1903
Cardiac
MR (2)
09:0009:30
10:0010:30
10:3011:00
VoE 34
The Voice of
EPOS™
Cardiac
VoE 35
The Voice of
EPOS™
Chest
E³ 25E
E³ - The Beauty
of Basic
Knowledge:
Chest Imaging
Dose optimisation made easy
in computed
tomography of
the chest
ESR General
Assembly
13:3014:00
14:3015:00
VoE 32
The Voice of
EPOS™
Vascular
11:0011:30
11:3012:00
12:0012:30
12:3013:00
Room/
Time
08:3009:00
VoE 33
The Voice of
EPOS™
Oncology
11:3012:00
14:0014:30
(EPOS™ Arena)
09:3010:00
10:0010:30
11:0011:30
ECR Online
& EPOS™
Lounge
SS 1916
SS 1907
Oncologic
Genitourinary
Imaging
Imaging of the
Assessment
reproductive
and prediction
system
of treatment
response
15:0015:30
CBDT
E³ - Rising
Stars
Programme
Case-Based
Diagnosis
Training
Part 1
13:00–14:00
–––––
Cased-Based
Training
Interlude
14:00–14:30
–––––
Case-Based
Diagnosis
Training
Part 2
14:30–15:30
12:0012:30
12:3013:00
13:0013:30
13:3014:00
SS 1911
Neuro
Movement
disorders and
neurodegenerative
diseases
E³ 1923
E³ - European
Diploma Prep
Session
Urogenital
SS 1913
Physics in
Radiology
Physics of
dual-energy
CT and breast
imaging
SS 1904
Chest
Computerbased
quantification
and texture
analysis
SS 1909
Interventional
Radiology
Endovascular
SS 1914
Radiographers
How to improve image
quality in
MRI and mammography
14:0014:30
14:3015:00
15:0015:30
15:3016:00
15:3016:00
16:0016:30
16:0016:30
16:3017:00
16:3017:00
17:0017:30
17:0017:30
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EPOS™ – Scientific Exhibition: 08:00–15:30
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HIGHLIGHTS
New eLearning Platform
Sunday, March 6
Room E1 SA 17
08:30–10:00 Emergency imaging of the
pregnant patient
Room O PC 17
08:30–10:00 European variation in imaging:
focus on technology
Room F1 E3 1726b Personalised medicine in oncology:
08:30–10:00 what can imaging offer?
Room C
Joint Session of the ESR and ESHI
08:30–10:00(European Society for Hybrid Medical
Imaging)
Medical hybrid imaging
Room B
EM 4
10:30–12:00
ESR meets Colombia
From practice to reality: how we do it
Room O PC 18
10:30–12:00
Monitoring safety and quality
Room E1 CBDT
13:00–15:30
Case-Based Diagnosis Training
Special programme for residents and
general radiologists
EDUCATION ON DEMAND
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SCIENTIFIC
PROGRAMME
Please note that sessions are marked with a logo to indicate their
classification according to the European Training Curriculum.
First three years of training
Fourth and fifth years of training
(general radiologist standard)
Subspecialty training standard
ESR/EFRS meets Sessions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
New Horizons Sessions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
State of the Art Symposia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
Special Focus Sessions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
Professional Challenges Sessions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
Multidisciplinary Sessions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
European Excellence in Education (E3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
Rising Stars Programme. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
European Diploma Prep Sessions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
The Beauty of Basic Knowledge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
ECR Academies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
ECR Master Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115
Mini Course . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
Pros & Cons Session . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121
The Voice of EPOS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
Refresher Courses / Scientific Sessions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143
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ESR/EFRS MEETS
SESSIONS
Once again, the ESR will welcome a number of guest countries to the
ECR as part of the ‘ESR meets’ programme.
The national radiological societies of Colombia, Japan, and the Nordic
countries, will present their most recent scientific developments
in joint sessions with the ESR, and try to strengthen links between
professionals from different countries and disciplines. The European
Federation of Radiographer Societies (EFRS) will also host its own
‘meets’ session for radiographers, in conjunction with representatives
of the Swedish Society of Radiographers.
Both the ESR and the EFRS warmly welcome these societies and hope
to see ECR delegates attend the sessions in large numbers.
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ESR/EFRS MEETS SESSIONS
4
March
Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room B
ESR meets the Nordic Countries
EM 1Mammography in Nordic countries:
screening and new developments
5
March
Presiding: K. Riklund; Umea/SE
H. Honda; Fukuoka/JP
Presiding: K. Riklund; Umea/SE
M. Gardarsdottir; Reykjavik/IS
G. Hagen; Oslo/NO
K.R. Nielsen; Copenhagen/DK
H. Ståhlbrandt; Eksjö/SE
R.L. Vanninen; Kuopio/FI
» Welcome by the ESR President
L. Donoso Bach; Barcelona/ES
» Introduction: Radiology today in Japan [A-570]
H. Honda; Fukuoka/JP
» State-of-the-art of neuroimaging [A-571]
S. Aoki; Tokyo/JP
» Welcome by the ESR President
L. Donoso Bach; Barcelona/ES
» Interlude: Radiologist’s intermission:
refreshing photo-stream on our beautiful country (I)
[A-572]
Y. Miki; Osaka/JP
»Introduction [A-384]
H. Ståhlbrandt; Eksjö/SE
» Mammography screening in Denmark:
implementation and results [A-385]
I. Vejborg; Copenhagen/DK
» Advanced liver imaging: improving treatment
decisions [A-573]
T. Murakami; Osaka/JP
» Performing MRI preoperatively in all breast cancer
patients in Iceland: is it worthwhile? [A-386]
M. Gardarsdottir; Reykjavik/IS
» Interlude: Radiologist’s intermission:
refreshing photo-stream on our beautiful country (II)
[A-574]
T. Taoka; Nagoya/JP
» Breast density, risk for breast cancer and how to
personalise screening: what are the future breast
imaging modalities? [A-387]
S. Zackrisson; Malmö/SE
» Diagnostic imaging of thymic tumours [A-575]
N. Tomiyama; Osaka/JP
» Interval cancers in population-based screening
programmes [A-388]
S.R. Hoff; Aalesund/NO
» New developments in MRI and MR image analysis of
breast cancer [A-389]
J. Hakumäki; Kuopio/FI
4
March
Friday, March 4, 14:00–15:30, Room B
EFRS meets Sweden
(European Federation of Radiographer Societies)
EM 4The professional role of Swedish
radiographers in medical imaging
Presiding: H
.H. Hjemly; Oslo/NO
K. Hillergård; Jönköping/SE
»Introduction [A-405, A-406]
H.H. Hjemly; Oslo/NO
K. Hillergård; Jönköping/SE
» The Swedish radiographer as a professional [A-407]
B.T. Andersson; Lund/SE
» Implementation of a caring approach within the
Swedish radiography programme [A-408]
M. Lundén; Gothenburg/SE
» Implementation of a research process and quality
improvement within the Swedish radiography
programme [A-409]
K. Fridell; Stockholm/SE
Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room B
ESR meets Japan
EM 2State-of-the-art radiology
» Panel discussion: Always be a pioneer:
state-of-the-art technologies from Japan
6
March
Sunday, March 6, 10:30–12:00, Room B
ESR meets Colombia
EM 3From practice to reality:
how we do it
Presiding: K. Riklund; Umea/SE
F.G. Lubinus; Bucaramanga/CO
» Welcome by the ESR President
L. Donoso Bach; Barcelona/ES
»Introduction [A-779]
F.G. Lubinus; Bucaramanga/CO
» The law of radiology in Colombia:
how we arrived to it [A-780]
R. Restrepo; Medellin/CO
» Interlude: The history of radiology in Colombia
» Percutaneous biopsies: how do I do it? [A-781]
F. Uriza; Bogota/CO
» Interlude: Colombia, magical realism
» Minor interventional procedures in tropical diseases
[A-782]
A. Morillo; Bogota/CO
» Panel discussion: Minimally-invasive procedures: is
there a place for the non-interventional radiologists?
» Cultural highlights [A-410]
G. Örnberg; Umeå/SE
» Panel discussion
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NEW HORIZONS
SESSIONS
The New Horizons Sessions aim to provide practitioners with an
overview of the new developments in a specific area of practice,
whether it is a subspecialty, a particular technique, or certain diseases.
These developments may become routine within a few years, or may
indicate a new direction for research and clinical application.
Each session is 90 minutes long and features an introduction from a
chairman, followed by three or four brief presentations on different
aspects of the main subject, and concluded by a panel discussion that
will hopefully answer some critical questions.
Places are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
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NEW HORIZONS SESSIONS
2
March
Wednesday, March 2, 08:30–10:00, Room O
NH 1New frontiers in imaging of vascular
wall and plaque
» Chairman’s introduction: How to use the tools? [A-007]
C. Loewe; Vienna/AT
» Molecular imaging for MR [A-008]
M.R. Makowski; Berlin/DE
» New insights using nuclear and hybrid imaging [A-009]
J. Knuuti; Turku/FI
» Ultrasound elastography: how useful can it be? [A-010]
N. Liasis; Athens/GR
» New options with CT [A-011]
A. Persson; Linköping/SE
3
March
Thursday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Room L8
NH 5Imaging beyond morphology
» Chairman’s introduction [A-149]
O. Clément; Paris/FR
» MRI fingerprinting: the future? [A-150]
S. Trattnig; Vienna/AT
» Receptor-targeted multimodal imaging [A-151]
M. de Jong; Rotterdam/NL
»Radiomics [A-152]
L.S. Fournier; Paris/FR
» Panel discussion: Imaging biomarkers:
a key role for radiologists in the future?
» Panel discussion: Predictive role of imaging in the
evolution of atherosclerosis: where do we stand?
2
March
Wednesday, March 2, 16:00–17:30, Room C
NH 4Big data: why should
radiologists care?
» Chairman’s introduction [A-065]
M. Dewey; Berlin/DE
» Big data: big science [A-066]
G. Zanetti; Pula/IT
» Big data: big business [A-067]
B.J. Hillman; Charlottesville, VA/US
» Big data: what’s in it for the patient? [A-068]
M.M. Hunink; Rotterdam/NL
» Panel discussion: How to make best use of big data?
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STATE OF THE ART
SYMPOSIA
These sessions will inform the audience about the ‘real state of the art’
of a given subject. Each of the lecturers is an expert on the given topic
as a whole or on a specific aspect of the topic.
The 90-minute sessions are chaired by a moderator who will introduce
three to four speakers addressing various issues within wider subjects
such as anatomical regions, specific diseases, or particular techniques.
The presentations will be followed by a discussion conducted by the
panellists, led by the chairman.
Places are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
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STATE OF THE ART SYMPOSIA
3
March
Thursday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Room E2
SA 5Abdominal diffusion-weighted imaging
(DWI): an update
» Chairman’s introduction [A-743]
R. Basilico; Chieti/IT
» Technical advances: the many faces of DWI [A-158]
N. Papanikolaou; Iraklion/GR
» Polytrauma: US, CT or MR [A-744]
A. Palkó; Szeged/HU
» Biliary ducts and pancreas: main advantages in
clinical practice [A-159]
C. Matos; Lisbon/PT
» Pulmonary embolism: CT or scintigraphy? [A-745]
M.-P. Revel; Paris/FR
» Panel discussion: Should we do it qualitative or
quantitatively?
5
Sunday, March 6, 08:30–10:00, Room E1
SA 17Emergency imaging
of the pregnant patient
» Chairman’s introduction [A-157]
L. Martí-Bonmatí; Valencia/ES
» Small bowel: main advantages in clinical practice
[A-160]
S.A. Taylor; London/UK
March
6
March
Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Room E2
SA 15Endovascular abdominal
aneurysm repair (EVAR):
where do we stand now?
» MRI and contrast media:
what are the risks for the foetus? [A-746]
M. Wozniak; Lublin/PL
» Ionising radiation: when should we be concerned?
[A-747]
J. Damilakis; Iraklion/GR
» Panel discussion with sample cases presentation:
Emergency in pregnancy: what is best for the mother
and baby?
» Chairman’s introduction [A-631]
T. Rand; Vienna/AT
» Endovascular versus open surgical repair:
what do we know so far? [A-632]
D.K. Tsetis; Iraklion/GR
» The role of imaging in preoperative
planning and follow-up [A-633]
F. Rengier; Heidelberg/DE
» Implantation techniques and long-term results
[A-634]
R. Uberoi; Oxford/UK
» Imaging and treatment of endoleaks [A-635]
M. Gschwendtner; Linz/AT
» Panel discussion: The key role of the radiologist
in endovascular abdominal aortic aneurysm repair
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SPECIAL FOCUS
SESSIONS
The concept of a Special Focus Session is to deal with a topic at the
cutting edge of development and clinical application.
A traditional approach is inappropriate for such a session, which should
reflect the lecturers’ forthright personal views on a developing subject.
The topics of these sessions should be presented in such a
way as to promote debate and give an in-depth analysis.
The chairman will introduce each aspect of the topic and the panellists will
then discuss their different perspectives and opinions. The audience will
have the opportunity to discuss their ideas with the lecturers.
Session length: 90 minutes; three to four speakers.
Places are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
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3
March
Thursday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Room C
SF 5Taking imaging to the cloud
3
March
» Chairman’s introduction [A-134]
J. Reponen; Raahe/FI
» Chairman’s introduction [A-278]
S. Lee; Manchester/UK
» How does it work? [A-135]
J. Fernandez-Bayó; Sabadell/ES
» Epidemiology and current trends in obesity [A-279]
N. Finer; London/UK
» What are the benefits? [A-136]
E.R. Ranschaert; ‘s-Hertogenbosch/NL
» Fat quantification and advanced body composition
assessment using MRI [A-280]
O. Dahlqvist Leinhard; Linkoping/SE
» What are the applications of cloud
in radiology? [A-137]
O. Ratib; Geneva/CH
» Imaging of modern surgical procedures and
their complications [A-281]
M. Rengo; Latina/IT
» Panel discussion: Will cloud computing be the future
of image storage?
3
March
Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Room C
SF 8aCommon mistakes
in breast imaging
» Chairman’s introduction [A-243]
G. Forrai; Budapest/HU
» Is there a role for bariatric embolisation
in the treatment of the obese patient? [A-282]
C. Weiss; Baltimore, MD/US
» Panel discussion: How best to manage obesity and
its implications on the radiology department
3
March
» Common mistakes in mammography [A-244]
E.J. Cornford; Nottingham/UK
3
Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Room D2
SF 8dCT radiation dose optimisation:
are we doing enough?
» Common mistakes in second-look ultrasound
after MRI [A-245]
P.A.T. Baltzer; Vienna/AT
» Chairmen’s introduction [A-283, A-284]
I.M. Björkman-Burtscher; Lund/SE
C. Malamateniou; London/UK
» Common mistakes in breast MRI [A-246]
F. Pediconi; Rome/IT
» CT radiation dose optimisation: what has been
achieved so far? [A-285]
J. Santos; Coimbra/PT
» Panel discussion: How to avoid common mistakes
in breast imaging?
March
Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Room D1
SF 8cImaging in obesity
» Dose reduction techniques in paediatric CT:
from A to Z [A-286]
E. Sorantin; Graz/AT
» Challenges and opportunities in CT dose
optimisation: what can we do in the future? [A-287]
S.J. Foley; Dublin/IE
Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Room F2
SF 8bAssessing myocardium
at-risk with MRI
» Chairman’s introduction [A-274]
M. Gardarsdottir; Reykjavik/IS
» T2 imaging [A-275]
M. Gutberlet; Leipzig/DE
» Late gadolinium enhancement [A-276]
S. Kozerke; Zurich/CH
» Prognostic value of area-at-risk assessment by T2 and
late enhancement imaging [A-277]
A. de Roos; Leiden/NL
» Panel discussion: How do we best assess at-risk
myocardium and how do we best get the correct
information across?
» Panel discussion: What are the suggested priorities
and actions for CT dose optimisation?
4
March
Friday, March 4, 08:30–10:00, Room F2
SF 9aBreast density:
how not to be confused?
» Chairman’s introduction [A-343]
E. Azavedo; Stockholm/SE
» The mammographic dense breast [A-344]
F.J. Gilbert; Cambridge/UK
» The ultrasound dense breast [A-345]
L.J. Pina Insausti; Pamplona/ES
» The MRI dense breast [A-346]
P.A.T. Baltzer; Vienna/AT
» Panel discussion: How to overcome the dense breast
in screening?
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SPECIAL FOCUS SESSIONS
4
March
Friday, March 4, 08:30–10:00, Room M 3
SF 9bImaging in the presence
of orthopaedic hardware
5
March
» Chairman’s introduction [A-514]
G. Cook; London/UK
» Chairman’s introduction [A-371]
M. Zanetti; Zurich/CH
» Principles and possibilities of MR/PET [A-515]
A. Kjaer; Copenhagen/DK
» Optimising CT for imaging metalwork [A-372]
M.-A. Weber; Heidelberg/DE
» MR/PET: imaging head and neck cancer [A-516]
S. Bisdas; London/UK
» What problems do metalwork cause for MRI and how
can we solve them? [A-373]
J.V. Dehem; Ypres/BE
» MR/PET: imaging prostate cancer [A-517]
A.J. Beer; Ulm/DE
» Imaging prosthetic joint infection: traditionally
problematic, but do we have the answers now?
[A-374]
F. Kainberger; Vienna/AT
» Panel discussion: What is the imaging modality
of choice after plain films in the presence of
orthopaedic hardware?
4
March
Saturday, March 5, 08:30–10:00, Room Z
SF 13aMR/PET: role in oncology
» MR/PET: imaging of GI cancer [A-518]
V.J. Goh; London/UK
» Panel discussion: Which clinical indications have enough
evidence for routine MR/PET rather than PET/CT?
5
March
Friday, March 4, 08:30–10:00, Room E2
SF 9cBrain hypersignals after repeated
gadolinium administrations
Saturday, March 5, 08:30–10:00, Room E1
SF 13bCholangiocarcinoma:
an update
» Chairman’s introduction [A-535]
R. Manfredi; Verona/IT
» Classification of cholangiocellular carcinoma (CCC)
[A-536]
C. Cantwell; Dublin/IE
» Chairman’s introduction [A-334]
V. Runge; Berne/CH
» Chemistry of Gd chelates and fundamentals
in toxicity [A-335]
S. Aime; Turin/IT
» Imaging in mass-forming intrahepatic (IH) type [A-537]
F. Caseiro-Alves; Coimbra/PT
» Diagnostic assessment of periductal/infiltrating
and intraductal-growing types:
the view of the diagnostic radiologist [A-538]
R. Kloeckner; Mainz/DE
» Recent literature review [A-336]
A. Radbruch; Heidelberg/DE
» Hypersignals in the brain: which clinical impact [A-337]
T. Yousry; London/UK
» Diagnostic assessment of periductal/infiltrating
and intraductal-growing types:
the view of the interventional radiologist [A-539]
S. Terraz; Geneva/CH
» Recent FDA and EMA undertakings in the matter [A-338]
O. Clément; Paris/FR
» Panel discussion: Gadolinium injections:
should we change our practice?
» Therapeutic role of interventional radiology
in unresectable patients [A-540]
G. Carrafiello; Varese/IT
» Panel discussion: Can we improve diagnosis and
treatment of cholangiocarcinoma?
5
March
Saturday, March 5, 08:30–10:00, Room E2
SF 13cNon-alcoholic fatty liver disease
(NAFLD)
» Chairman’s introduction:
Defining the clinical problem [A-541]
C. Bartolozzi; Pisa/IT
» Imaging in diagnosing and quantifying liver fat [A-542]
V. Vilgrain; Clichy/FR
» Imaging in diagnosing and staging liver fibrosis [A-543]
L. Martí-Bonmatí; Valencia/ES
» Early detection of HCC [A-544]
T. Denecke; Berlin/DE
» Panel discussion: How to manage the surveillance
of the population at risk
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SPECIAL FOCUS SESSIONS
5
March
Saturday, March 5, 08:30–10:00, Room D1
SF 13dSevere trauma patients:
myths, realities and future
6
March
» Chairman’s introduction [A-748]
A. Rossi; Genoa/IT
» Chairman’s introduction [A-552]
M. Stajgis; Poznan/PL
» Imaging of metabolic disorders in children [A-749]
B. Ertl-Wagner; Munich/DE
» ‘When time is gold’: whole-body CT in polytrauma
patients [A-553]
S. Wirth; Munich/DE
» Imaging in paediatric epilepsy [A-750]
T.A.G.M. Huisman; Baltimore, MD/US
» Where is the proper place for fast FAST (focused
assessment with sonography for trauma)? [A-554]
H. Alkadhi; Zurich/CH
» Missed lesions in trauma patients:
the Damocles’ sword [A-555]
R. Basilico; Chieti/IT
» Geriatric trauma: what is different? [A-556]
E. Dick; London/UK
» Panel discussion: How is the role of the radiologist
changing in the management of trauma patients?
5
March
Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Room B
SF 15Head and neck radiology:
from symptoms to diagnosis
» Chairman’s introduction [A-608]
B. Verbist; Leiden/NL
»Tinnitus [A-609]
M.M. Lemmerling; Ghent/BE
» Stuffy and runny nose [A-610]
S. Colley; Birmingham/UK
» Sore throat [A-611]
D. Farina; Brescia/IT
Sunday, March 6, 08:30–10:00, Room E2
SF 17aNeuro imaging in paediatrics
» Imaging headache in children [A-751]
E. Vázquez; Barcelona/ES
» Panel discussion: Can we do without CT in paediatric
neuroimaging?
6
March
Sunday, March 6, 08:30–10:00, Room D1
SF 17bActionable pulmonary nodules:
should we rely on size only?
» Chairman’s introduction [A-758]
L. Bonomo; Rome/IT
» Limitations of nodule measurements [A-759]
A.R. Larici; Rome/IT
» Shape and density: predictors of subtypes and
mutations in NSCLC? [A-760]
O.L. Sedlaczek; Heidelberg/DE
» Proliferation tracers and not only [A-761]
R. Boellaard; Amsterdam/NL
» How necessary is clinical data? [A-762]
A.A. Bankier; Boston, MA/US
» Panel discussion: How to define an actionable nodule
in daily practice?
» Lumps of the infrahyoid neck [A-612]
M.G. Mack; Munich/DE
» Panel discussion: To what extent do symptoms guide
your imaging approach and interpretation?
5
March
Saturday, March 5, 16:00–17:30, Room E2
SF 16Prostate MRI: increasing need?
» Chairman’s introduction [A-694]
J.C. Vilanova; Girona/ES
» MRI before the first prostate biopsy:
has the time come? [A-695]
B. Hamm; Berlin/DE
» The role of prostate MRI in active surveillance [A-696]
A.R. Padhani; London/UK
» Is prostate MRI accurate enough for focal treatment
planning? [A-697]
V. Panebianco; Rome/IT
» Panel discussion: Does the use of MRI improve the
outcome in prostate cancer?
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PROFESSIONAL
CHALLENGES
SESSIONS
The idea of these sessions is to communicate and exchange
information on professional issues related to radiology, such as training
and education, research networking, radiological management and
professional developments.
90-minute sessions; introduction by one or two chairmen; three to four
lecturers; panel discussion.
Places are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
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3
March
Thursday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Studio 2016
PC 5Personalised radiology:
myth or reality?
3
March
» Chairman’s introduction [A-144]
C.J. Herold; Vienna/AT
» Chairman’s introduction [A-269]
P.M. Parizel; Antwerp/BE
» Personalised imaging in practice: a myth? [A-145]
F.J. Gilbert; Cambridge/UK
» EIBALL and its mission [A-270]
S. Trattnig; Vienna/AT
» Personalised imaging and standardised protocols:
a contradiction? [A-146]
S.O. Schönberg; Mannheim/DE
» The potential role of EIBALL for EORTC
multicentre trials [A-271]
Y. Liu; Brussels/BE
» En route to personalised imaging: the role of
multidisciplinary conferences [A-147]
J.A. Verschakelen; Leuven/BE
» The organisational role of EIBIR in EIBALL [A-272]
V. Vilgrain; Clichy/FR
» Imaging biomarker development for EIBALL
by subspecialty societies [A-273]
K. Nikolaou; Tübingen/DE
» From personalised to precision imaging:
impact on clinical practise [A-148]
G.P. Krestin; Rotterdam/NL
» Panel discussion:
What is the role of EIBALL now and in the future?
» Panel discussion: How to enhance personalised
radiology in clinical routine
3
March
Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Room F1
PC 8bAn introduction to European Imaging
Biomarkers Alliance (EIBALL)
Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Studio 2016
PC 8aClinical decision support (CDS)
» Chairman’s introduction [A-255]
L. Donoso Bach; Barcelona/ES
» What is a clinical decision support system?
[A-256]
F. Sardanelli; San Donato Milanese/IT
» Imaging referral guidelines in Europe [A-257]
M.G.M. Hunink; Rotterdam/NL
» An effective clinical decision support system [A-258]
G. Boland; Boston, MA/US
» Cost-effectiveness of clinical decision support
[A-259]
P. Mildenberger; Mainz/DE
» Panel discussion: Is CDS really adding value to
healthcare in addition to radiation safety?
This session is part of the EuroSafe Imaging campaign.
4
March
Friday, March 4, 08:30–10:00, Studio 2016
PC 9aBiobanks meet imaging
Moderators: E. Neri; Pisa/IT
M. Pasterk; Graz/AT
» How does Biobanking and BioMolecular resource
Research Infrastructur - European Research
Infrastructure Consortium (BBMRI-ERIC) work?
[A-324]
J.-E. Litton; Graz/AT
» Patient rights: data overprotection? [A-325]
M.T. Mayrhofer; Graz/AT
» What is the difference between a PACS and a clinical
bank of radiological images? [A-326]
A. van der Lugt; Rotterdam/NL
» Population-based cohort biobanks:
accessing large European prospective cohorts
through the biobanking infrastructure BBMRI large prospective cohorts (LPC) [A-327]
O. Törnwall; Graz/AT
» Population-based cohort: image banks [A-328]
F. Bamberg; Tübingen/DE
» What are ontologies? [A-329]
B. Gibaud; Rennes/FR
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PROFESSIONAL CHALLENGES SESSIONS
4
March
Friday, March 4, 08:30–10:00, Room E1
PC 9bRadiology ten years from now:
where will it be?
6
March
» Chairman’s introduction [A-330]
C.D. Becker; Geneva/CH
» Chairman’s introduction [A-731]
G. Frija; Paris/FR
» Expanding radiology with new multidisciplinary
competencies [A-331]
J.A. Reekers; Amsterdam/NL
» PACS and eHealth [A-732]
D. Caramella; Pisa/IT
» Reporting and communication [A-733]
O. Ratib; Geneva/CH
» Potential synergies between radiology and pathology
[A-332]
R.H. Oyen; Leuven/BE
» Procedure codes and lexica in radiology for
supporting workflow improvements [A-734]
P. Mildenberger; Mainz/DE
» The beauty of general radiology [A-333]
G.H. Mostbeck; Vienna/AT
» Equipment and innovation [A-735]
B. Brkljačić; Zagreb/HR
» Panel discussion: What are the leadership challenges
for the next decade?
4
March
Friday, March 4, 16:00–17:30, Room F2
PC 12aComprehensive cardiothoracic
radiology: the way to go?
6
March
Sunday, March 6, 10:30–12:00, Room O
PC 18Monitoring safety and quality
» Chairmen’s introduction [A-783, A-784]
G. Frija; Paris/FR
A. Torresin; Milan/IT
» Challenges and opportunities [A-466]
A. de Roos; Leiden/NL
» Experience of total management of quality
and safety [A-785]
L. Oleaga Zufiría; Barcelona/ES
» Perspectives from cardiac imaging [A-468]
J. Bremerich; Basle/CH
» Panel discussion: How to best increase our impact on
this interdisciplinary field?
4
» Panel discussion:
What is the European vision on imaging technology?
» Chairman’s introduction: A perspective from both
worlds: cardiac and thoracic imaging [A-465]
E.J.R. van Beek; Edinburgh/UK
» Perspectives from thoracic imaging [A-467]
M. Rémy-Jardin; Lille/FR
March
Sunday, March 6, 08:30–10:00, Room O
PC 17European variation in imaging:
focus on technology
Friday, March 4, 16:00–17:30, Room M 5
PC 12bHow to become the
undergraduate teacher you
always wanted to be
» Dose monitoring systems in CT [A-786]
D. Caramella; Pisa/IT
» Experience from a group of imaging centres [A-787]
A. Palkó; Szeged/HU
» Dose monitoring systems in interventional
radiology [A-788]
A. England; Salford/UK
» Panel discussion: What are the bottlenecks in safety
and quality management?
This session is part of the EuroSafe Imaging campaign.
» Chairmen’s introduction [A-499, A-500]
S.J. Golding; Oxford/UK
M. Maas; Amsterdam/NL
» The undergraduate curriculum: how to get the
balance right [A-501]
B. Ertl-Wagner; Munich/DE
» Teaching methods’ top tips: how you can capture and
maintain your students’ attention [A-502]
C. Nyhsen; Sunderland/UK
» Online resources: how to find the best case material
and tutorials for your medical students [A-503]
P. Pokieser; Vienna/AT
» Using social media for undergraduate education:
this generation’s communication [A-504]
N. Pyatigorskaya; Paris/FR
» Panel discussion: Teaching the undergraduate:
in what ways is this similar to teaching radiology to
other groups and in what ways does it differ?
= Interactive session with electronic voting/self assessment
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Education in partnership
myESR.org/esor
Visiting Schools
Visiting Seminars
ESOR Courses for EDiR
Scholarship Programmes
Fellowship Programmes
Visiting Professorship
Programmes
Online Courses
Tutorials
MULTIDISCIPLINARY
SESSIONS
The concept of these sessions is to promote a multidisciplinary
approach to detection and treatment, integrating radiologists and
other clinicians to share their expertise.
Places are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
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3
March
Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Room E2
MS 8Pancreatic cancer: radiological
diagnosis and treatment
» Chairman’s introduction [A-264]
L. Grenacher; Munich/DE
» Surgical oncological management [A-265]
J. Werner; Munich/DE
» Medical oncological management [A-266]
D. Jäger; Heidelberg/DE
» Radiology oncological management [A-267]
L. Grenacher; Munich/DE
» Radiation oncological management [A-268]
F. Sterzing; Heidelberg/DE
» Multidisciplinary case presentation and discussion
5
March
Saturday, March 5, 16:00–17:30, Studio 2016
MS 16aUterine myomas: radiological
diagnosis and treatment
» Chairman’s introduction [A-681]
A.-M. Belli; London/UK
» Imaging of fibroids [A-682]
R. Das; London/UK
» Epidemiology, clinical presentation and non
radiological therapeutic options for the treatment
of fibroids [A-683]
I. Manyonda; London/UK
» Radiological treatments for fibroids [A-684]
A.-M. Belli; London/UK
» Multidisciplinary case discussion
5
March
Saturday, March 5, 16:00–17:30, Room E1
MS 16bSports injuries:
diagnosis and management
» Chairman’s introduction [A-689]
M. Padrón; Madrid/ES
» What does the radiologist offer? [A-690]
C. Faletti; Turin/IT
» How I face a sport injury:
the sport physician’s approach [A-691]
J.-M. Alonso; Doha/QA
» The physiotherapist’s view [A-692]
A. Zerolo; Madrid/ES
» The surgeon’s perspective [A-693]
M. Leyes; Madrid/ES
» Multidisciplinary case presentation and discussion:
Which practice help and which hinder the team
approach to managing the injured athlete?
How can we improve on this?
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EUROPEAN
EXCELLENCE IN
EDUCATION (E³)
The E³ programme emphasises the importance of lifelong learning.
It covers the entire range of educational issues, from undergraduate
medical education to subspecialised continuing professional
development.
For the second time at ECR 2016, the E³ programme is structured
according to the different levels defined by the European Training
Curriculum for Radiology.
The E³ programme consists of the following five branches, which
reflect the different levels of education in radiology, as well as the
different stages of an individual’s professional career:
Rising Stars Programme
European Diploma Prep Sessions
The Beauty of Basic Knowledge
ECR Academies
ECR Master Classes
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EDiR
YOUR PASSPORT
TO A BETTER CAREER
Next Exam:
July 1, 2016 (Barcelona, Spain)
First EDiR with the new examination structure!
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E3
RISING STARS
PROGRAMME
The Rising Stars Programme is designed especially for residents,
students, radiographers and trainee radiographers.
It consists of Basic Sessions, Student Sessions,
Case-Based Diagnosis Training sessions, and the
Radiology Trainees Forum Programme including the
RTF Highlighted Lectures and the RTF Quiz.
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ESR LEARNING CENTRE
For more information including rates,
please contact [email protected]
ESR Learning Centre
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Programme by Session Type
E3 – RISING STARS PROGRAMME
BASIC SESSIONS
Special sessions suitable for residents, students,
radiographers and radiographers-in-training
3
March
3
March
4
March
Thursday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Room K
Basic Session 1:
Neuroradiology: brain
5
March
Saturday, March 5, 08:30–10:00, Room K
Basic Session 4:
Musculoskeletal: trauma
» White matter disorders [A-174]
A. Rovira-Cañellas; Barcelona/ES
»Shoulder [A-562]
M. Zanetti; Zurich/CH
»Tumours [A-175]
J. Walecki; Warsaw/PL
»Knee [A-563]
K. Verstraete; Ghent/BE
»Stroke [A-176]
E.T. Tali; Ankara/TR
»Ankle [A-564]
J. Kramer; Linz/AT
Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room K
Basic Session 2:
Head and neck imaging
5
March
Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room K
Basic Session 5:
Neuroradiology: spine
»Orbit [A-202]
P.C. Maly Sundgren; Lund/SE
» Anatomy and congenital disorders [A-593]
A. Rossi; Genoa/IT
»Ear [A-203]
B. Verbist; Leiden/NL
»Tumours [A-594]
M.M. Thurnher; Vienna/AT
»Sinuses [A-204]
R. Maroldi; Brescia/IT
» Degenerative disease of the spine [A-595]
M. Sasiadek; Wroclaw/PL
Friday, March 4, 16:00–17:30, Room K
Basic Session 3:
Interventional radiology: tumour ablation
6
March
Sunday, March 6, 08:30–10:00, Room K
Basic Session 6:
Thoracic emergencies
»Kidney [A-477]
K. Katsanos; London/UK
»Vascular [A-768]
R. Morgan; London/UK
»Liver [A-478]
L. Crocetti; Pisa/IT
»Pulmonary [A-769]
C.M. Schaefer-Prokop; Amersfoort/NL
»Bones [A-479]
A. Gangi; Strasbourg/FR
»Cardiac [A-770]
C. Loewe; Vienna/AT
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STUDENT SESSIONS
Students will present their work
3
March
Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room L8
Student Session 1:
Breast
Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Room L8
Student Session 2:
Neuro
» Magnetic resonance spectroscopy and its potential to
identify neoadjuvant chemotherapy non-responders
in triple negative breast cancer patients
M.A. Chiorean; Cluj-Napoca/RO
» Altered brain activation in cortical-subcortical and
pyramydal white matter stroke patients during hand
motion: functional MRI study
O. Omelchenko; Kyiv/UA
» What’s lurking in the corner? Extra-mammary
findings on breast MRI, frequency and relevance
R. Hayden; Dublin/IE
» Diffusion tensor imaging as a potential biomarker
in prognosticating neurocognitive outcome in mild
traumatic brain injury: evidence of altered structural
connectivity
V. Veeramuthu; Kuala Lumpur/MY
» The challenge of breast imaging in young:
when to proceed to biopsy?
A. Hatw; Cairo/EG
» Results of quality control of three digital breast
tomosynthesis systems in the clinical environment
A. Rodriguez Ruiz; Madrid/ES
» Incidentally detected enhancing lesions found
in preoperative breast MRI: analysis of apparent
diffusion coefficient and T2 signal intensity
significantly improves classification accuracy
O.H. Arponen; Kuopio/FI
» Background parenchymal enhancement and breast
density on preoperative breast MRI: correlation with
tumour characteristics and size estimation
M. Pizzato; Turin/IT
» Is a one-year follow-up an efficient method for better
management of MRI BI-RADS® 3 lesions?
C. Ziadé; Bordeaux/FR
» Stereotactic vacuum-assisted breast biopsy:
comparison between 11- and 8-gauge needles
I. Ruggirello; Florence/IT
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» Diagnostic accuracy of MR imaging techniques for
treatment response assessment in patients with high
grade glioma: a systematic review and meta-analysis
B.R.J. van Dijken; Winsum/NL
» Osseous pseudoprogression in vertebral bodies
treated with stereotactic radiosurgery
C. Beaman; TX/US
» CSF flow quantification by MRI: a diagnostic tool
in normal pressure hydrocephalus
J. Shanks; Uppsala/SE
» Alcohol consumption during adolescence
is associated with reduced volumes of anterior
cingulate cortex and insula
N. Heikkinen; Kuopio/FI
» Cerebellum enlargement in 4-6-month-old infants
at high familial risk of autism spectrum disorders
I. Pote; London/UK
» Do genetic effects really influence frequent anatomic
variations of intra- and extracranial arteries?
B. Forgo; Budapest/HU
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STUDENT SESSIONS
Students will present their work
4
March
Friday, March 4, 08:30–10:00, Room L8
Student Session 3:
Abdominal and Gastrointestinal
4
March
» Abdominal tumours beyond the classical framework
A.S. Yancheva; Varna/BG
Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room L8
Student Session 4:
Student Projects
» Flipping our learning: a blended story about
alternative methods to improve study skills among
medical students
T.I. Adam; Cluj-Napoca/RO
» Multiparametric magnetic resonance in the
assessment of the normal pancreas
N. Gennaro; Perugia/IT
» Sharing my passion for neuroradiology through
a workshop for medical students interested in
neurosurgery
S. Abu Arif; Cluj-Napoca/RO
» Age dependence of spleen- and muscle-corrected
hepatic signal enhancement on hepatobiliary phase
gadoxetate MRI
S. Matoori; Zurich/CH
» A new educational project in Radiology:
the concept of cross-sectional knowledge
F. Serpi; Milan/IT
» Detection of appendicitis using 99mTcantigranulocyte antibodies
J. Petrovic; Belgarde/RS
» Involving medical students in the Breast Unit:
a university project aiming healthcare quality and
educational achievements
M. Morellá; Murcia/ES
» Transarterial drug-eluting beads chemoembolization
for patients with liver tumours, single center
experience
R. Skumbiņš; Riga/LV
» Beyond images: a radiology educational platform
for medical students
M. Saftencu; Cluj-Napoca/RO
» Diffusion-weighted MRI in rectal cancer:
apparent diffusion coefficient for discriminating
recurrence from scar-tissue
S. Grosu; Freiburg/DE
» The H.E.A.R.T. Project: a students’ approach on
providing support for personal and professional
development of European medical students
S. Curcean; Agnita/RO
» Measurement of interstitial volume to assess
abdominal organ amyloid burden using quantitative
equilibrium contrast enhanced CT
S. Sivarajan; London/UK
» A review of thyroid sonographic features and
international guidelines: ability to differentiate
benign and malignant nodules
A. Weir; Limerick/IE
» Measuring two target lesions: how representative
are selected target lesions of all liver metastases?
F.O. Hofmann; Munich/DE
» Internship dissertation: comparative study
of integrative neural networks implemented
in modal and tonal auditory stimulation of brain with
functional MRI of activation and diffusion tensor
J.-B. Billaud; Villejuif/FR
5
March
Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Room L8
Student Final Session
Programme to be announced
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Programme by Session Type
E3 – RISING STARS PROGRAMME
RADIOLOGY TRAINEES
FORUM PROGRAMME
3
March
Thursday, March 3, 12:30–13:30, Room Z
RTF Quiz
CASE-BASED DIAGNOSIS TRAINING
Special programme for residents and general radiologists
6
March
Moderator: J. Cáceres; Barcelona/ES
5
March
Sunday, March 6, 13:00–14:00, Room E1
CBDT ICase-Based Diagnosis Training - Part I
Moderators: K.M. Friedrich; Vienna/AT
S. Robinson; Vienna/AT
Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room O
TF Highlighted Lectures
R
»Liver [A-796]
L. Martí-Bonmatí; Valencia/ES
»Neuro [A-797]
D. Prayer; Vienna/AT
Moderators: M. Basta-Nikolic; Novi Sad/RS
D. Berritto; Naples/IT
»Maxillofacial [A-798]
S. Robinson; Vienna/AT
» Imaging of prostate cancer [A-576]
S. Stojanovic; Novi Sad/RS
»Musculoskeletal [A-799]
F. Kainberger; Vienna/AT
» Rectal cancer: tips for a better staging [A-577]
L. Curvo-Semedo; Coimbra/PT
»Breast [A-800]
M.H. Fuchsjäger; Graz/AT
» Intestinal ischaemia: key points for the radiologist [A-578]
R. Grassi; Naples/IT
6
March
Sunday, March 6, 14:00–14:30, Room E1
Interlude: Know your calcifications!
[A-801, A-802]
W. Drahanowsky; Vienna/AT
S. Robinson; Vienna/AT
6
March
Sunday, March 6, 14:30–15:30, Room E1
CBDT IICase-Based Diagnosis Training - Part II
Moderators: K.M. Friedrich; Vienna/AT
S. Robinson; Vienna/AT
» Head and neck [A-807]
C. Czerny; Vienna/AT
»Chest [A-808]
H. Prosch; Vienna/AT
»Spine [A-809]
K.M. Friedrich; Vienna/AT
»Gastrointestinal [A-810]
W. Schima; Vienna/AT
»Genitourinary [A-811]
M. Toepker; Vienna/AT
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EUROPEAN DIPLOMA
PREP SESSIONS
The European Diploma Prep Sessions aim to prepare prospective
candidates for the European Diploma in Radiology (EDiR).
They are also suitable for residents who want an overview of the
various topics relevant to imaging and for those preparing for their
national board examinations.
The content of the programme reflects Level I European Training
Curriculum (ETC) learning objectives across a two-year cycle. The
sessions are held in close cooperation with the European Board of
Radiology (EBR).
Each of the six sessions is led by three lecturers and moderated
by one chairman.
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5
March
Saturday, March 5, 08:30–10:00, Room F1
E³ 1323Cardiac and vascular
Sunday, March 6, 10:30–12:00, Room F1
E³ 1823Paediatric
» Chairman’s introduction [A-545]
R. Vliegenthart; Groningen/NL
» Chairman’s introduction [A-789]
V. Donoghue; Dublin/IE
A. Cardiovascular imaging: the basics [A-546]
M. Gutberlet; Leipzig/DE
A. Paediatric neuro imaging [A-790]
M.I. Argyropoulou; Ioannina/GR
B. Cardiovascular imaging: valves, endocardium
and aorta [A-547]
C. Loewe; Vienna/AT
B. Paediatric chest imaging [A-791]
C. Owens; London/UK
C. Cardiovascular imaging: myocardium and pericardium
[A-548]
J. Bogaert; Leuven/BE
5
March
6
March
C. Paediatric abdominal imaging [A-792]
S.G.F. Robben; Maastricht/NL
6
March
Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room F1
E³ 1423Head and neck
Sunday, March 6, 14:00–15:30, Room F1
E³ 1923Urogenital
» Chairman’s introduction [A-803]
D. Akata; Ankara/TR
» Chairman’s introduction [A-589]
M.G. Mack; Munich/DE
A. Renal and adrenal imaging [A-804]
L.E. Derchi; Genoa/IT
A. Temporal bone and skull base [A-590]
A. Trojanowska; Lublin/PL
B. Imaging of the ureter and bladder [A-805]
J.-M. Correas; Paris/FR
B. Nose, paranasal sinuses and nasopharynx [A-591]
C. Czerny; Vienna/AT
C. Prostate imaging [A-806]
H.C. Thoeny; Berne/CH
C. Oral cavity, oro- and hypopharynx and larynx [A-592]
M. Becker; Geneva/CH
5
March
Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Room F1
E³ 1523Gynaecological and obstetrics
» Chairman’s introduction [A-636]
C.D. Alt; Düsseldorf/DE
A. Imaging of the uterus [A-637]
R.A. Kubik-Huch; Baden/CH
B. Disorders of the adnexa [A-638]
E. Sala; New York, NY/US
C. Fundamentals of foetal imaging [A-639]
D. Prayer; Vienna/AT
5
March
Saturday, March 5, 16:00–17:30, Room F1
E³ 1623Interventional
» Chairman’s introduction [A-698]
M. Szczerbo-Trojanowska; Lublin/PL
A. Basic principles of angiography and image-guided
interventions [A-699]
T.K. Helmberger; Munich/DE
B. Interventions of the hepatobiliary system [A-700]
J.I. Bilbao; Pamplona/ES
C. Vascular interventions [A-701]
J.A. Reekers; Amsterdam/NL
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THE BEAUTY OF
BASIC KNOWLEDGE
The Beauty of Basic Knowledge programmes focus on knowledge
essential to the daily practice of radiology. The format of these
sessions reflects the tradition of conventional teaching sessions,
in which experienced teachers share their insights into a topic of
particular relevance with a group of attendees.
A Beauty of Basic Knowledge session either consists of 45-minute
lectures held by one or two speakers (plus 10–15 minutes of discussion
per lecture), or two 25-minute lectures and a general discussion. The
teaching format is usually case-based, and features some interaction
with the attendees.
The content of the sessions is mostly tied to the Level I and Level II
European Training Curriculum (ETC) learning objectives. The Beauty of
Basic Knowledge sessions are suited to residents and board-certified
radiologists who want to refresh their knowledge of basic topics in
imaging and image-guided therapy.
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BREAST IMAGING
CHEST IMAGING
The programme will be concluded with a self-assessment test,
published on ‘ESR Education on Demand’.
The programme will be concluded with a self-assessment test,
published on ‘ESR Education on Demand’.
Moderator: J. Camps Herrero; Valencia/ES
Moderator: N. Howarth; Chêne-Bougeries/CH
2
March
Wednesday, March 2, 12:30–13:30, Room B
E³ 24ABreast ultrasound:
a primer [A-058]
3
March
4
March
5
March
6
3
March
R.M. Pijnappel; Utrecht/NL
K. Kinkel; Chêne-Bougeries/CH
B. Non neoplastic lesions [A-215]
A.R. Larici; Rome/IT
4
Saturday, March 5, 12:30–13:30, Room B
E³ 24DDuctal carcinoma in situ (DCIS):
small tumour but big problem
[A-597]
Friday, March 4, 12:30–13:30, Room D1
E³ 25CReporting chest radiology
made easy
A. Interstitial lung disease: 5 golden rules [A-403]
S.R. Desai; London/UK
B. Pleural disease [A-404]
C. Beigelman; Lausanne/CH
G. Forrai; Budapest/HU
Sunday, March 6, 12:30–13:30, Room B
E³ 24EHigh-risk lesions:
solving the dilemma [A-793]
Thursday, March 3, 12:30–13:30, Room D1
E³ 25BHow to avoid misdiagnosis
on the chest x-ray
A. Neoplastic lesions [A-214]
J. Vlahos; London/UK
March
March
B. Mediastinum and chest wall [A-060]
J. Cáceres; Barcelona/ES
Friday, March 4, 12:30–13:30, Room B
E³ 24CBreast cancer staging:
why and how [A-402]
Wednesday, March 2, 12:30–13:30, Room D1
E³ 25AUseful signs in chest radiology
A. Lung parenchyma [A-059]
G.R. Ferretti; Grenoble/FR
A. Tardivon; Paris/FR
Thursday, March 3, 12:30–13:30, Room B
E³ 24BCracking the mystery of needles
and gauges [A-213]
2
March
5
March
Saturday, March 5, 12:30–13:30, Room D1
E³ 25DMeasurements
in chest radiology
A. Linda; Udine/IT
A. Heart and great vessels: how, why, when? [A-598]
G. Fassa-Ashrafpoor; Chêne-Bougeries/CH
B. Lung nodules: is volume better than size? [A-599]
M. Prokop; Nijmegen/NL
6
March
Sunday, March 6, 12:30–13:30, Room D1
E³ 25EDose optimisation made easy
in computed tomography
of the chest
A. Dose descriptors [A-794]
D. Tack; Baudour/BE
B. CT angiography and CT of lung disease [A-795]
X. Montet; Geneva/CH
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ECR ACADEMIES
The ECR Academies consist of a series of four to six sessions relevant
to a particular area of radiology. This may be a classic organ-based field
or a technically oriented area of another field related to radiology, such
as management. Each ECR Academy spans several days, in which the
different facets of the area in question are covered by experts in the field.
An ECR Academy is a coherent course in which the different sessions
complement one another in order to reflect the entirety of the field.
The ECR Academies are particularly suited to general radiologists or
radiologists with a subspecialisation.
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MODERN IMAGING
IN COLORECTAL CANCER
NEURORADIOLOGY:
FROM MORPHOLOGY TO FUNCTION
The programme will be concluded with a self-assessment test,
published on ‘ESR Education on Demand’.
The programme will be concluded with a self-assessment test,
published on ‘ESR Education on Demand’.
4
March
Friday, March 4, 16:00–17:30, Room C
E³ 1218Rectal cancer: update
on organ saving treatments
2
March
» Chairman’s introduction [A-106]
T.A. Yousry; London/UK
A. No function without structure: challenges in diffusion
MRI and fiber tractography for clinical research [A-107]
A. Leemans; Utrecht/NL
B. Clinical utility of fMRI for pre-operative brain
mapping [A-108]
H. Urbach; Freiburg/DE
C. Introduction to resting state fMRI and functional
connectomics [A-109]
L. Nyberg; Umea/SE
Moderator: L.K. Blomqvist; Stockholm/SE
A. The surgical perspective [A-431]
G.L. Beets; Amsterdam/NL
B. The oncological perspective [A-432]
V. Valentini; Rome/IT
C. The radiological perspective [A-433]
R.G.H. Beets-Tan; Amsterdam/NL
5
March
Saturday, March 5, 08:30–10:00, Room C
E³ 1318Colon cancer: staging and
restaging of local disease
3
March
Moderator: P. Lefere; Roeselare/BE
A. Computed tomography for staging [A-511]
E. Rollven; Stockholm/SE
C. Assessment of vasculature prior to laparoscopic
resection [A-513]
A. Laghi; Latina/IT
5
Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Room C
E³ 1518Colorectal cancer: synchronous
and metachronous metastases
3
March
Moderator: T.K. Helmberger; Munich/DE
B. Optimal diagnostic algorithm [A-614]
A. Ba-Ssalamah; Vienna/AT
C. PET/CT vs MR/PET: which and when? [A-615]
P. Veit-Haibach; Zurich/CH
5
Saturday, March 5, 16:00–17:30, Room C
E³ 1618Rectal cancer: staging and
restaging local disease
Moderator: D.-M. Koh; Sutton/UK
A. Transrectal ultrasonography [A-664]
J.E.R. Waage; Hillerød/DK
B. Emerging MR-techniques [A-665]
D.M. Lambregts; Amsterdam/NL
C. Multiparametric assessment of treatment response
[A-666]
N. Papanikolaou; Iraklion/GR
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E³ 819Cerebral blood flow
quantification
» Chairman’s introduction [A-291]
T. van der Zijden; Edegem/BE
A. Functional imaging of cerebral perfusion [A-292]
A. Krainik; Grenoble/FR
B. Cerebral blood flow measurements with arterial
spin-labelling [A-293]
X. Golay; London/UK
C. Cerebrovascular reserve imaging and the
consequences of neurovascular uncoupling [A-294]
D. Mikulis; Toronto, ON/CA
A. Clinical management:
what needs to be improved? [A-613]
T. Holm; Stockholm/SE
March
Thursday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Room G
E³ 519Advanced imaging techniques
in brain tumours
» Chairman’s introduction [A-177]
P.C. Maly Sundgren; Lund/SE
A. Clinical utility of perfusion imaging for differentiating
brain tumours [A-178]
I.N. Pronin; Moscow/RU
B. Hybrid imaging with MRI/PET of brain tumours [A-179]
N.L. Albert; Munich/DE
C. Assessment of brain tumour perfusion and abnormal
vascular structure using arterial spin-labelling [A-180]
P. Hales; London/UK
B. Imaging for restaging after neoadjuvant
treatment [A-512]
M. Maas; Maastricht/NL
March
Wednesday, March 2, 16:00–17:30, Room G
E³ 419Functional MRI of the brain
opens new horizons
4
March
Friday, March 4, 08:30–10:00, Room G
E³ 919Functional imaging of the spine
» Chairman’s introduction [A-359]
M. Muto; Naples/IT
A. Measuring CSF flow: technique and clinical usefulness
[A-360]
B. Ertl-Wagner; Munich/DE
B. Diffusion tensor imaging of the spinal cord in the
assessment of intramedullary changes [A-361]
M. Sasiadek; Wroclaw/PL
C. Functional and quantitative MRI of symptomatic
stenoses of the lumbar spine [A-362]
K. Eberhardt; Werneck/DE
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MODERN CARDIAC IMAGING
The programme will be concluded with a self-assessment test,
published on ‘ESR Education on Demand’.
4
March
Friday, March 4, 08:30–10:00, Room N
E³ 920How to quantify the haemodynamic
significance of coronary stenosis
5
March
Moderator: C. Loewe; Vienna/AT
Moderator: J. Bremerich; Basle/CH
A. CT-angiography: new tools (TAFE, TAG, CT-FFR) [A-321]
G. Pontone; Milan/IT
A. Hybrid systems in the assessment
of myocardial perfusion and viability [A-620]
D.V. Ryzhkova; St. Petersburg/RU
B. Myocardial perfusion: what can be done
with MR and CT [A-322]
R. Vliegenthart; Groningen/NL
B. T1 and T2-mapping: new items in the radiology
toolbox [A-621]
P. Croisille; Saint-Etienne/FR
C. New players on the field:
SPECT/CT, PET/CT, MR/PET [A-323]
S.G. Nekolla; Munich/DE
4
March
Friday, March 4, 16:00–17:30, Room N
E³ 1220Essentials of modern imaging
in cardiac diseases
Moderator: G.I. Kirova-Nedialkova; Sofia/BG
A. Major challenges in diagnostic imaging of cardiac
diseases [A-447]
M. Oudkerk; Groningen/NL
B. Backbone of cardiac imaging: CT and MRI [A-448]
M. Gutberlet; Leipzig/DE
C. Hybrid systems for cardiac applications:
essentials [A-449]
J. Knuuti; Turku/FI
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Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Room N
E³ 1520Myocardial characterisation:
established modalities
vs new ones
C. Cardiac spectroscopy: is it ready for clinical practice?
[A-622]
M. Beer; Ulm/DE
5
March
Saturday, March 5, 16:00–17:30, Room N
E³ 1620Cardiac imaging:
to new horizons
Moderator: E. Mousseaux; Paris/FR
A. New approaches for coronary atherosclerotic plaque
characterisation [A-678]
E.J.R. van Beek; Edinburgh/UK
B. Imaging of microvascular disease [A-679]
R. Manka; Zurich/CH
C. Tracking of stem cells in cardiac repair:
role of MR and hybrid imaging [A-680]
L. Natale; Rome/IT
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DIAGNOSTIC UROGENITAL RADIOLOGY
The programme will be concluded with a self-assessment test,
published on ‘ESR Education on Demand’.
3
March
Thursday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Room M 5
E³ 522Retroperitoneum and adrenals
3
March
Moderator: J. Venancio; Lisbon/PT
Moderator: V. Logager; Copenhagen/DK
A. Anatomy and imaging techniques of the
retroperitoneum [A-197]
F.M. Danza; Rome/IT
A. CTU and MRU of the upper urinary tract [A-309]
N.C. Cowan; Portsmouth/UK
B. Imaging of kidney and ureter [A-310]
M.A. Cova; Trieste/IT
B. Differential diagnoses of retroperitoneal masses
[A-198]
M.-F. Bellin; Le Kremlin-Bicêtre/FR
C. Differential diagnoses of adrenal lesions [A-199]
G. Heinz-Peer; St. Pölten/AT
3
March
C. Imaging of bladder and urethra [A-311]
J. Lopes Dias; Lisbon/PT
4
March
Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room M 5
E³ 622Kidney
A. MR imaging techniques and normal anatomy
of the female pelvis [A-379]
C.S. Balleyguier; Villejuif/FR
A. Differential diagnoses of cystic renal masses [A-209]
M. Claudon; Vandoeuvre-les-Nancy/FR
B. Staging of cervical cancer [A-380]
R. Forstner; Salzburg/AT
B. Differential diagnoses of solid renal masses [A-210]
R.H. Oyen; Leuven/BE
C. Differential diagnoses of adnexal masses [A-381]
S. Swift; Leeds/UK
C. Acute and chronic renal infection [A-211]
N. Grenier; Bordeaux/FR
Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room M 5
E³ 722Emergencies
Moderator: M.M. Otero-García; Vigo/ES
A. Male pelvis emergencies [A-234]
M. Bertolotto; Trieste/IT
B. Gynaecological emergencies [A-235]
R.A. Kubik-Huch; Baden/CH
C. Imaging of obstetric and puerperal emergencies
[A-236]
M. Weston; Leeds/UK
Friday, March 4, 08:30–10:00, Room M 5
E³ 922Gynaecology
Moderator: T.M. Cunha; Lisbon/PT
Moderator: H.C. Thoeny; Berne/CH
3
March
Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Room M 5
E³ 822Upper and lower urinary tract
4
March
Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room M 5
E³ 1022Prostate
Moderator: J.J. Fütterer; Nijmegen/NL
A. Ultrasound of the prostate [A-394]
T. Fischer; Berlin/DE
B. Multiparametric MRI of the prostate [A-395]
G.M. Villeirs; Ghent/BE
C. Staging of prostate cancer [A-396]
A.R. Padhani; London/UK
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2
March
Wednesday, March 2, 08:30–10:00, Room A
E³ 121Head and neck cancer after treatment:
what you need to know
3
March
A. Imaging after surgical treatment [A-001]
M. Lell; Erlangen/DE
A. Pretherapeutic evaluation of lung emphysema
[A-237]
C.P. Heussel; Heidelberg/DE
B. Imaging after radiotherapy/chemotherapy [A-002]
G. Madani; London/UK
2
March
Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room A
E³ 221Unexpected findings
on brain MRI
B. Diagnostic work-up after treatment of lung
emphysema [A-238]
N. Sverzellati; Parma/IT
4
March
A. Large ventricles: normal or abnormal? [A-056]
S. Langner; Greifswald/DE
3
B. Pseudotumours: mimic bone tumours [A-313]
F.M.H.M. Vanhoenacker; Antwerp/BE
Thursday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Room A
E³ 521Integrating diagnostic tools
in breast imaging
4
March
A. Multimodality breast imaging [A-128]
K. Kinkel; Chêne-Bougeries/CH
3
Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room A
E³ 621Cardiac CT: from stenosis assessment
to risk stratification
A. CT in stable chest pain [A-200]
R. Marano; Rome/IT
B. Cardiac CT in the emergency room [A-201]
G. Feuchtner; Innsbruck/AT
3
March
Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room A
E³ 1021Emergency radiology I
A. Abdominal vascular emergencies [A-382]
A. Palkó; Szeged/HU
B. Multiparametric breast MRI [A-129]
J. Camps Herrero; Valencia/ES
March
Friday, March 4, 08:30–10:00, Room A
E³ 921Diagnostic evaluation
of bone tumours
A. Bone tumours: benign or malignant? [A-312]
H.-J. van der Woude; Amsterdam/NL
B. Incidental lesions on a brain MRI [A-057]
E.T. Tali; Ankara/TR
March
Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Room A
E³ 821Evaluation of patients
with lung emphysema
B. Chest trauma [A-383]
J.D. Dodd; Dublin/IE
4
March
Friday, March 4, 16:00–17:30, Room A
E³ 1221Use of staging and
classification systems
A. RECIST 1.1 training [A-423]
A. Graser; Munich/DE
B. Gastrointestinal-abdominal masses [A-424]
A. Ba-Ssalamah; Vienna/AT
Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room A
E³ 721Cardiac imaging
A. Patterns of delayed enhancement [A-216]
P. Hunold; Lübeck/DE
B. Cardiomyopathies: from diagnosis to prognosis
[A-217]
A. Jacquier; Marseille/FR
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5
March
Saturday, March 5, 08:30–10:00, Room A
E³ 1321MR imaging in sports medicine I
A. Muscle injury in sports [A-505]
M.G. Mack; Munich/DE
B. Knee trauma [A-506]
M.O. De Maeseneer; Brussels/BE
5
March
6
March
Sunday, March 6, 08:30–10:00, Room A
E³ 1721MR imaging in sports
medicine II
A. Sports injuries of the ankle [A-719]
P. Robinson; Leeds/UK
B. Shoulder injury [A-720]
M. Zanetti; Zurich/CH
Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room A
E³ 1421Skull base lesions
A. Imaging of the cavernous sinus and the anterior
skull base [A-568]
D. Farina; Brescia/IT
B. Imaging of the central skull base [A-569]
D.-A. Varoquaux; Marseille/FR
5
March
Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Room A
E³ 1521Genitourinary and
gastrointestinal radiology
A. Prostate MRI using PI-RADS [A-606]
H.C. Thoeny; Berne/CH
B. New aspects of renal tumours [A-607]
N. Grenier; Bordeaux/FR
5
March
Saturday, March 5, 16:00–17:30, Room A
E³ 1621Emergency radiology II
A. Brain trauma [A-658]
M. Smits; Rotterdam/NL
B. Peripheral vascular injury [A-659]
J. Ferda; Plzen/CZ
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ECR MASTER
CLASSES
The ECR Master Classes focus on continuous professional development
and lifelong learning. The classes are designed for subspecialised
radiologists seeking cutting-edge information in their particular fields
of interest. They are held by experts in the field and reflect state-ofthe-art knowledge, as well as emerging trends.
ECR Master Classes are offered in cooperation
with each of the following subspecialty societies:
CIRSE (one on vascular and one on interventional radiology), ESCR,
ESER, ESGAR, ESHNR, ESMOFIR, ESNR, ESOI, ESPR, ESSR, ESTI,
ESUR, EUSOBI.
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2
March
Wednesday, March 2, 08:30–10:00, Room M 5
Cardiac
E³ 126Cardiac CT and new interventions
3
March
» Chairman’s introduction [A-052]
A. Jankauskas; Kaunas/LT
» Chairman’s introduction [A-181]
X. Montet; Geneva/CH
A. CT before and after transcatheter aortic valve
interventions (TAVI) [A-053]
J.-N. Dacher; Rouen/FR
A. Perfusion imaging: how I do it - by CT and/or by MRI?
[A-182]
C.C. Cyran; Munich/DE
B. CT before and after transcatheter mitral valve
interventions (TMVI) [A-054]
P. Blanke; Vancouver, BC/CA
B. Liver perfusion [A-183]
V.J. Goh; London/UK
C. Lung perfusion [A-184]
M. Rémy-Jardin; Lille/FR
C. CT before and after electrophysiology interventions
[A-055]
R. Salgado; Antwerp/BE
D. Cerebral perfusion [A-185]
H.R. Jäger; London/UK
»Discussion:
How can CT best facilitate cardiac interventions?
2
March
Wednesday, March 2, 16:00–17:30, Room B
Abdominal and Gastrointestinal
E³ 426aA tour around cholangiopathies
» Panel discussion:
The pros and cons of perfusion imaging
4
March
» Chairman’s introduction [A-061]
C. Matos; Lisbon/PT
A. Clinical scenarios [A-062]
M. Arvanitaki; Brussels/BE
A. Imaging of DVT [A-490]
P. Haage; Wuppertal/DE
B. Declotting in the emergency room: why not? [A-491]
R. de Graaf; Maastricht/NL
C. Treatment: which and when [A-064]
E. Jonas; Stockholm/SE
C. Filter indications 2016: new oral anticoagulants
and other developments [A-492]
M.J. Lee; Dublin/IE
» Multidisciplinary panel discussion
2
Wednesday, March 2, 16:00–17:30, Room K
Genitourinary
E³ 426bMR-targeted focal therapies for
prostate cancer
» Chairman’s introduction:
the rationale for focal therapy [A-101]
F. Cornud; Paris/FR
A. The role of multiparametric MR in the planning phase
of focal therapy [A-102]
V. Panebianco; Rome/IT
B. MR-targeted high intensity focused ultrasound [A-103]
M.C. Roethke; Heidelberg/DE
Friday, March 4, 16:00–17:30, Room M 2
Vascular
E³ 1226aInterventional radiology for deep
venous thrombosis (DVT):
ready for prime time?
Moderator: J.I. Bilbao; Pamplona/ES
B. Which imaging modalities? [A-063]
J.M. Lee; Seoul/KR
March
Thursday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Room M 1
Molecular Imaging
E³ 526Perfusion imaging
4
March
Friday, March 4, 16:00–17:30, Room M 3
Paediatric
E³ 1226bExpanding horizons in paediatric
imaging
Moderator: S. Franchi-Abella; Le Kremlin-Bicêtre/FR
A. Elastography in paediatrics [A-493]
M. Anooshiravani-Dumont; Geneva/CH
B. Diffusion-weighted imaging: toy or solution? [A-494]
P.D. Humphries; London/UK
C. Contrast-enhanced ultrasound in children [A-495]
D. Kljucevsek; Ljubljana/SI
C. MR-guided cryoablation and focal laser therapy [A-104]
J.J. Fütterer; Nijmegen/NL
D. MR-targeted intensity-modulated radiotherapy with
focal boost [A-105]
V. Fonteyne; Gent/BE
» Panel discussion:
What are the challenges in providing focal treatment
in prostate cancer?
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E3 – ECR MASTER CLASSES
4
March
Friday, March 4, 16:00–17:30, Room M 4
Emergency Radiology
E³ 1226cWhole body CT in trauma patients
6
March
Moderator: H. Alkadhi; Zurich/CH
5
March
A. Improving the triage: which patients should undergo
whole-body CT (WBCT)? [A-496]
D.R. Kool; Nijmegen/NL
Moderator: A. Trojanowska; Lublin/PL
B. How can we improve our WBCT protocol? [A-497]
B. Leidner; Ekerö/SE
B. CT, MR/PET and PET/CT [A-737]
N.J.M. Freling; Amsterdam/NL
C. Optimising the value of radiologists in trauma care
[A-498]
K.H. Nieboer; Brussels/BE
C. MRI diffusion and perfusion [A-738]
S. Espinoza-Boireau; Paris/FR
Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Room O
Interventional Radiology
E³ 1526Fire and ice outside the liver
A. Ultrasound [A-736]
C.Z. Karaman; Aydin/TR
6
March
» Chairman’s introduction [A-616]
M. Bezzi; Rome/IT
A. Personalised medicine in oncology:
hope or reality? [A-752]
E.E. Voest; Amsterdam/NL
B. Renal ablation: update and level of evidence [A-618]
C.M. Sommer; Heidelberg/DE
B. Radiogenomics: can this assist personalised
medicine? [A-753]
V.J. Goh; London/UK
C. Bone and soft tissues ablation: update and level
of evidence [A-619]
A. Gangi; Strasbourg/FR
C. Hybrid MRI/PET: the next step in personalised
cancer care? [A-754]
A. Kjaer; Copenhagen/DK
» Panel discussion:
How to strengthen the role of ablation beyond the
liver in everyday clinical practice and how to prove
the value of what we do
5
Saturday, March 5, 16:00–17:30, Room D1
Chest
E³ 1626Less common infiltrative lung diseases
Moderator: M. Regier; Hamburg/DE
A. Pleuroparenchymal fibro elastosis [A-705]
A. Devaraj; London/UK
B. Alveolar proteinosis [A-706]
W.F.M. De Wever; Leuven/BE
C. Lymphangioleiomyomatosis [A-707]
A. Oikonomou; Toronto, ON/CA
Sunday, March 6, 08:30–10:00, Room F1
Oncologic Imaging
E³ 1726bPersonalised medicine in oncology:
what can imaging offer?
Moderator: R.G.H. Beets-Tan; Amsterdam/NL
A. Lung ablation: update and level of evidence [A-617]
W. Prevoo; Amsterdam/NL
March
Sunday, March 6, 08:30–10:00, Room N
Head and Neck
E³ 1726aCharacterisation of salivary
gland masses
» Panel discussion:
Can imaging facilitate a personalised medicine
approach in oncology?
6
March
Sunday, March 6, 08:30–10:00, Room F2
Breast
E³ 1726cChallenging questions for breast
imaging in 2016: breast density,
how to solve the non-mass enigma,
new developments in breast MRI
Moderator: R.M. Mann; Nijmegen/NL
A. Breast density: what the breast radiologist
needs to know [A-755]
S.J. Vinnicombe; Dundee/UK
B. How can we manage the non-mass breast (enigma)
pattern? [A-756]
F. Pediconi; Rome/IT
C. New developments in breast MRI [A-757]
L. Umutlu; Essen/DE
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6
March
Sunday, March 6, 08:30–10:00, Room G
Neuro
E³ 1726dImaging in dementia
Moderator: D. van Westen; Lund/SE
A. The neurochemistry of the Alzheimer’s continuum
[A-771]
S. Engelborghs; Antwerp/BE
B. MR contribution to diagnosis and differential
diagnosis [A-772]
F. Barkhof; London/UK, Amsterdam/NL
C. PET imaging in dementia [A-773]
K. Herholz; Manchester/UK
6
March
Sunday, March 6, 10:30–12:00, Room A
Musculoskeletal
E³ 1826MSK and intervention
» Chairman’s introduction [A-774]
A. Gangi; Strasbourg/FR
A. How to biopsy soft tissue and bone tumours [A-775]
G.K.O. Åström; Uppsala/SE
B. Lower back pain: what can I do? [A-776]
D.J. Wilson; Oxford/UK
C. Injectables - steroids and platelet-rich plasma (PRP):
how and when? [A-777]
M.J.C.M. Rutten; ‘s-Hertogenbosch/NL
D. Painful solitary bone lesions:
what is the most appropriate approach? [A-778]
F. Arrigoni; L’Aquila/IT
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MINI
COURSE
The Joint Course of the ESR and RSNA (Radiological Society of North
America) focuses on emergency radiology.
Places are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
Please note that you can only take part in electronic voting via your
own device (smartphone, tablet, laptop) by connecting to the WiFi
network of the lecture room you are in. Once connected, you will be
automatically directed to the voting website. No app required.
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MINI COURSE
JOINT COURSE OF THE ESR AND RSNA
(RADIOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF NORTH AMERICA):
EMERGENCY RADIOLOGY
3
March
Thursday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Room M 4
MC 528Abdominal emergencies
3
March
Moderators: A. Palkó; Szeged/HU
R.J. Zagoria; San Francisco, CA/US
Moderators: A. Palkó; Szeged/HU
R.J. Zagoria; San Francisco, CA/US
A. Abdominal injuries [A-193]
A. Palkó; Szeged/HU
A. CNS trauma and neurovascular injury [A-230]
H.A. Rowley; Madison, WI/US
B. The enemy within: non-traumatic abdominal
emergencies [A-194]
R.J. Zagoria; San Francisco, CA/US
B. CNS non-traumatic emergencies [A-231]
M. Smits; Rotterdam/NL
C. Interactive case discussion [A-232, A-233]
H.A. Rowley; Madison, WI/US
M. Smits; Rotterdam/NL
C. Interactive case discussion [A-195, A-196]
A. Palkó; Szeged/HU
R.J. Zagoria; San Francisco, CA/US
3
March
Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room M 4
MC 728CNS emergencies
Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room M 4
MC 628Chest emergencies
3
March
Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Room M 4
MC 828General principles: paediatric
and ENT emergencies
Moderators: A. Palkó; Szeged/HU
R.J. Zagoria; San Francisco, CA/US
Moderators: A. Palkó; Szeged/HU
R.J. Zagoria; San Francisco, CA/US
A. Thoracic injuries [A-205]
J.A. Soto; Boston, MA/US
A. Imaging of polytrauma patients [A-306]
U. Linsenmaier; Munich/DE
B. Non-traumatic thoracic emergencies [A-206]
C.M. Schaefer-Prokop; Amersfoort/NL
B. Challenges of imaging paediatric abdominal
emergencies [A-307]
C.J. Sivit; Cleveland, OH/US
C. Interactive case discussion [A-207, A-208]
J.A. Soto; Boston, MA/US
C.M. Schaefer-Prokop; Amersfoort/NL
C. Imaging in ENT emergencies [A-308]
D. Nunez; New Haven, CT/US
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PROS & CONS
SESSION
The Pros & Cons Session will examine the controversial topic:
‘Risks and benefits of reporting incidental findings’
The session will be split into one interactive and
one non-interactive part.
2
March
Wednesday, March 2, 16:00–17:30, Room M 5
PS 427Risks and benefits of
reporting incidental findings
Moderator: S. Weckbach; Heidelberg/DE
Teaser: J. Sellors; London/UK
A.Good reasons to ignore incidental findings [A-124]
L. Berlin; Skokie, IL/US
B.Good reasons to report incidental findings [A-125]
A. van der Lugt; Rotterdam/NL
» Questions and answers [A-126, A-127]
S. Weckbach; Heidelberg/DE
J. Sellors; London/UK
= Partly interactive session with electronic voting/self assessment
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EPOS™
SCIENTIFIC EXHIBITION
More than 2,000 new scientific and educational exhibits
and scientific paper presentations
EURORAD
Learn from more than 5,500 case reports
EUROSAFE IMAGING POSTER EXHIBITION
The ESR’s latest initiative in radiation protection
with submissions from all over Europe
ECR ONLINE & EPOSTM LOUNGE
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2 TO SATURDAY, MARCH 5: 08:00–18:00
SUNDAY, MARCH 6: 08:00–15:30
TRADEMARK OF
THE VOICE
OF EPOS
ECR 2016 proudly presents The Voice of EPOS, a unique opportunity
for a direct scientific exchange between poster authors and their
audience.
Located in the ECR Online & EPOS Lounge, the EPOS™ Arena will offer
a stage for the best posters submitted for ECR 2016, presented by
their authors in moderated poster sessions.
In addition to sessions comprising organ-based topics, there will be
foreign language sessions to provide a platform for an international
and multilingual scientific community.
All presentations will also be broadcast online via the ECR Online
streaming service.
Sessions will be held at the following times in the EPOS™ Arena.
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THE VOICE OF EPOS
2
March
Wednesday, March 2, 10:00–11:00
VoE 1
Abdominal/GI
Wednesday, March 2, 11:00–12:00
VoE 2
Breast
Moderator: M. Torkzad; Milford/UK
Moderator: L.J. Pina Insausti; Pamplona/ES
» Assessment of kidney iron accumulation as a cause of
renal dysfunction in patients with sickle cell disease
(SCD) using MRI- R2* relaxometry (C-0940)
S. Keller; Hamburg/DE
» Descriptors of malignant non-mass enhancement of
breast MRI: their correlation to clinical prognostic
factors (C-0226)
Y. Machida; Chuo City, Tokyo/JP
» Educating medical students and junior doctors
through an ‘abdominopelvic imaging’ multimedia
radiology application (C-1122)
C. Ní Leidhin; Dublin/IE
» Shear-wave elastography for the differential
diagnosis of breast papillary lesions (C-0339)
W.K. Lee; Seoul/KR
» Characterisation of liver nodules with Gd-EOBDTPA-enhanced MRI and contrast-enhanced
ultrasound (CEUS) in a transgenic mouse model of
hepatocellular carcinoma (C-1187)
P. Marra; Milano/IT
» Transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt (TIPS)
– what radiologists should know (C-1508)
E. Nagaya; Sao Paulo/BR
» Can magnetic resonance enterocolonography reflect
the presence of partial mucosal healing in patients
with Crohn’s disease? (C-1853)
Y. Kitazume; Tokyo/JP
» Contrast enhanced ultrasonography is safe in
paediatric patients: a 10-year retrospective study
(C-2070)
A. Torres; Stockholm/SE
» Abdominal wall lesions: a pictorial review (C-2181)
K. Nam; Seoul/KR
» MRI in the evaluation of pancreatic tumour treated
with irreversible electroporation (IRE) (C-2196)
M. Studniarek; Gdansk/PL
» Age dependence of spleen- and muscle-corrected
hepatic signal enhancement on hepatobiliary phase
gadoxetate MRI (C-2342)
S. Matoori; Salzburg/AT
» Acute gastro-intestinal bleeding (AGB), diagnostic
and interventional management: a preliminary
retrospective single centre experience (C-2372)
E. Puglielli; Teramo/IT
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» Quantitative shear wave elastography in the
evaluation of breast cancer metastatic axillary lymph
nodes (C-0494)
V.V. Kapustin; Moscow Oblast/RU
» Radar imaging of breast lesions – a clinical evaluation
and comparison (C-0521)
M. Shere; Bristol/UK
» Dual-energy contrast enhanced spectral
mammography. One step beyond BI-RADS score, by
adding the power of iodinated contrast media
(C-0756)
C. Gkali; Athens/GR
» Radiation-induced angiosarcoma of the breast –
a 15-year retrospective review (C-1143)
I.P. Alves; Funchal/PT
» Liponecrosis after autologous lipofilling: Which is the
best imaging modality for evaluating it? (C-1224)
A. Jarre; Valencia/ES
» Invasive breast cancer in young Korean women
under 35 years of age: clinical, radiological, and
histopathological characteristics (C-1591)
S. Lee; Seoul/KR
» Prognostic importance of SWE on breast cancer:
lysyl oxidase gene study (C-2150)
Y.K. Kayadibi; Istanbul/TR
» Comparison of full-field digital mammography
(FFDM) with synthesised 2D mammography and
digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) in Chinese women
(C-2332)
H.Y.L. Sinn; Hong Kong/HK
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March
Wednesday, March 2, 12:00–13:00
VoE 3
Italian
2
March
Wednesday, March 2, 13:00–14:00
VoE 4
Cardiac
Moderator: I. Bargellini; Pisa/IT
Moderator: A. Alberich-Bayarri; Valencia/ES
» Accuracy of integrated imaging techniques in
paediatric airway diseases (C-0729)
N. Stagnaro; Genova/IT
» Size of hypertrophic myocardium or myocardial
fibrosis by LGE and cine in patients with hypertrophic
cardiomyopathy: correlation with the New York Heart
Function Assessment (NYHA) (C-0037)
J. Zhao; Chongqing/CN
» Role of interventional radiology in the treatment of
pancreatitis complications (C-1029)
F. Corvino; Naples/IT
» MRI patterns of brain toxicity in children (C-1297)
M.C. Rossi Espagnet; Rome/IT
» Clinical, functional and imaging results after one year
from intrarticular injection of platelet rich plasma
(PRP) versus hyaluronic acid (HA) in patients with
osteoarthritis of the knee (OA) (C-1699)
S. Quarchioni; Teramo/IT
» CT perfusion imaging of the myocardium vs. coronary
CT angiography for the assessment of hemodynamic
relevant coronary artery stenosis (C-0066)
A.S. Straeter; Munich/DE
» T1 mapping of the myocardium: what a resident
needs to know (C-0385)
F.M. Caballeros; Pamplona/ES
» Unexplained chronic cough (UCC) in children: can
chest computed tomography (CCT) help in making a
diagnosis? What about radiation exposure? (C-2027)
M. Cellina; Milan/IT
» The relationship between coronary artery stenosis
using non-invasive computed tomography coronary
angiography and invasive fractional flow reserve in
patients with ischemic heart disease (C-0615)
I. Anan; Tokyo/JP
» MR thermometry: ex-vivo model assessment using
three fast T1-weighted sequences during laser
ablation procedures (C-2042)
F. Giurazza; Rome/IT
» Radiologic and clinicopathologic findings of
eosinophilic heart diseases: assessment with cardiac
MRI and MDCT (C-1326)
J.Y. Yoo; Seoul/KR
» Role of STIR and T2-weighted TSE MR sequences for
recognising occult inflammatory breast cancer
(C-2152)
M. Moschetta; Bari/IT
» Diagnostic, therapeutic and economic implications
of FFRCT-adoption in the non-invasive assessment of
CAD: a retrospective study (C-1518)
K. De Smet; Oostduinkerke/BE
» Digital breast tomosynthesis-guided biopsy:
preliminary experience (C-2207)
F. Pipan; Udine/IT
» Everything you need to know about congenital
anomalies involving the coronary sinus on CT
(C-1534)
A. Goienetxea Murgiondo; Donostia/ES
» A new MR follow-up algorithm for a proper
management of ‘small’ adrenal adenomas (AA)
(C-2245)
R. Faletti; Turin/IT
» Take a look at the heart: Role of cardiovascular CT
and MRI in cardioembolic stroke (C-1788)
A. Ugarte; San Sebastian/ES
» The impact of alcohol intake on the presence of
coronary artery disease (C-2212)
D. Danicska; Budapest/HU
» Inferior insertion points delayed enhancement and
right ventricular dilation in patients with congenital
heart disease (C-2357)
P.M. Cannao; San Donato Milanese/IT
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2
March
Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:00
VoE 5
French
2
March
Wednesday, March 2, 15:00–16:00
VoE 6
Arabic
Moderator: S. Nougaret; St. Clement de Riviere/FR
Moderator: T. El-Diasty; Mansoura/EG
» Imaging of the complications of middle ear surgery:
how do I keep my favourite surgeon away from jail?
(C-0658)
A. Venkatasamy; Strasbourg/FR
» Value of subtracted magnetic resonance images in
diagnosis of different non vascular lesions of the
body (C-0039)
A.M. Abougabal; Alexandria/EG
» Selective arterial embolisation of renal tumour
in a hybrid operating room at the same time as
laparoscopic partial nephrectomy: a new approach in
renal surgery (C-0905)
L. Besnier; Angers/FR
» Detection of uterine vascular malformations using
4D-CT angiography: initial experience (C-0553)
A.M.H. El-Sharkawy; Tanta/EG
» Updated prostate imaging reporting and data system
(PI-RADS) 2.0 versus 1.0: detection accuracy of
prostate clinically significant and insignificant cancer
(C-1203)
S. Peslerbe; Angers/FR
» MRI defecography signs in obstructed defecation
(C-1906)
M. A. Alkubeyyer; Riyadh/SA
» Automatic detection of prostate cancer using
quantitative perfusion parameters in contrastenhanced ultrasound (C-1798)
M. Skendi; Paris/FR
» 320-row CT transcatheter aortic valve implantation
planning using a single reduced contrast media bolus
injection: a prospective study on 50 patients
(C-2034)
M. Ohana; Strasbourg/FR
» Assesment of comparative accuracies of ultrasound
and fluoroscopic steroid injections into the
subacromial bursa (C-2068)
S. Charlon; Paris/FR
» Greater occipital nerve MR tractography: feasibility
and anatomical considerations (C-2088)
A. Kastler; Grenoble/FR
» Post-traumatic neuroma after surgery of the carpal
tunnel: MRI study (C-2291)
J.-L. Drapé; Paris/FR
» Radiation dose and acquisition time for CT
transaortic valve implantation (TAVI) planning
examinations with new-generation 256 multi-detector
CT (MDCT) (C-2376)
L. Macron; Saint-Denis/FR
» Imaging appearances of stromal fibrosis (C-1134)
L. Nassar; Beirut/LB
» Meningeal thickening in MRI: from signs to etiologies
(C-1979)
A. Hssine; Soussa/TN
» Endovascular treatment of distal basilar artery
aneurysms (C-2019)
M. Zaitoun; Zagazig/EG
» Radiology reports evaluation by University of
Rochester Medical Center (URMC) emergency
department (ED) (C-2102)
W.A. Abdellatif; Zagazig/EG
» Utility of intra-arterial cone beam CT angiography
in detection of intracranial micro-arteriovenous
malformations (C-2304)
A. Elmokadem; Mansoura/EG
» Image defined risk factors using MDCT: are they a
good predictor of surgical outcomes in abdominal
neuroblastoma regardless of the disease stage?
(C-0413)
O. Kamal; Asyut/EG
» RENAL nephrometry score value in approach and
outcomes of partial nephrectomy (C-1395)
H.S. Gaber; Mansoura/EG
» Brain cysts (C-2385)
A. Krainik; Grenoble/FR
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2
March
Wednesday, March 2, 16:00–17:00
VoE 7
Chest
3
March
Thursday, March 3, 09:00–10:00
VoE 8
Head and Neck
Moderator: M. Toepker; Vienna/AT
Moderator: E. Ada; Izmir/TR
» Assessment of primary pulmonary malignancy:
comparison of CT and MR imaging with radial 3D
T1-weighted gradient echo and radial 3D ultrashort
TE sequences at 3.0 Tesla using a high-density coil
(C-0582)
H. Lee; Wonju/KR
» A pilot feasibility study of 99mTc-EC-DG SPECT/
CT imaging in the treatment response evaluation in
patients with locally advanced head and neck cancer (C-0200)
C.W. Westin; Chicago, IL/US
» A type of future virtual 3D microscope and its 3D
image printing to make realized magnified model of
the peripheral lung, based on micro CT of the lung
specimen (C-0716)
H. Natori; Sapporo/JP
» CT lung subtraction for assessment of regional
pulmonary perfusion in patients with chronic
thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension (C-0926)
T. Kariyasu; Tokyo/JP
» 80 kV low contrast volume CT pulmonary
angiography for the diagnosis of acute pulmonary
embolism: improving patient safety (C-1152)
J. Bell; Bradford/UK
» MR imaging of mediastinal tumours (C-1156)
A. Matos; Lisbon/PT
» Lung sonography; a valuable contributor in the NICU
(C-1323)
E. Manoli; Marousi/GR
» The use of hyperpolarised xenon (HP 129Xe-MRI) for
assessing collateral ventilation (C-1541)
M. Chen; Oxford/UK
» Salivary gland tumours: a pictorial review (C-0317)
A.R. Ramírez; Madrid/ES
» “Necrotic lymphadenopathy” in the neck:
how many diagnostic keys do you have? (C-0411)
J.S. Kim; Seoul/KR
» Thyroid FNA guidelines; a comparison of the six
internationally recognised guidelines (C-0441)
A. Weir; Limerick/IE
» Usability of exposure dose reduction using volume
scan in the auditory-ossicle CT scan (C-0653)
K. Nagamoto; Fukuoka/JP
» Compliance of British thyroid ultrasound «U»
guidelines - are we all speaking the “Unified”
thyroid language? (C-1158)
S. Singh; Leeds/UK
» Are we requesting PET-CT scans in line with current
guidance at the Edinburgh Cancer Centre in the
diagnostic work-up of head and neck cancers?
(C-1272)
A. Vibhakar; Edinburgh/UK
» Parathyroid glands: so small but yet so big (C-1520)
M. Pérez Dávila; Madrid/ES
» MDCT signs of acute thoracic compartment
syndrome (TCS): a pictorial review (C-1757)
C. Liguori; Naples/IT
» Retropharyngeal calcific tendinitis of the musculus
longus colli tendon - a clinical mimicker (C-1744)
E.C. Schubert; Munich/DE
» Individualised CTPA injection protocol optimises
contrast use and increases arterial attenuation
(C-2235)
H.-J. Raatschen; Hannover/DE
» Labyrinthine hemorrhage detected on magnetic
resonance image as a cause of sudden profound
sensorineural hearing loss (C-1837)
D.-W. Park; Guri-si/KR
» CT-guided needle biopsy of lung lesions: is there the
possibility of reducing the dose? (C-2317)
G. Coppola; Rome/IT
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March
Thursday, March 3, 10:00–11:00
VoE 9
Emergency
3
March
Thursday, March 3, 11:00–12:00
VoE 10 Genitourinary
Moderator: S. Nougaret; St. Clement de Riviere/FR
Moderator: N. Caserta; Campinas/BR
» Traumatic adrenal hematoma: clinical and imaging
findings (C-0193)
A.S. Kahraman; Malatya/TR
» Vesical artery embolization in hemorragic cystitis in
children, a case series of 3 patients (C-0380)
D. Barnés Navarro; Montornés del Vallés/ES
» Magnetic resonance imaging evaluation of spinal cord
injury with out radiographic abnormality (SCIWORA).
(C-0640)
D. Rajgopal; Manglore/IN
» Multifocal renal solid tumours: radiological approach
(C-0781)
M.Á. Corral de la Calle; Ávila/ES
» Major trauma CTs: how reliable are trainee
radiologists reports? (C-0822)
E. Lagha; London/UK
» Preliminary results of prostate artery embolisation as
final treatment in selected BPH patients (C-0888)
F. Imani; Rotterdam/NL
» Radiologic patterns of hepatic injuries following
cardiopulmonary resuscitation (C-0941)
A. Dixit; St. John’s/CA
» Imaging findings of various uterine and extrauterine
leiomyomas with unusual appearance or location
(C-0915)
R. Dosho; Tokyo/JP
» Pearls and pitfalls in the diagnosis of ectopic
pregnancy (C-1251)
S. Ramanathan; Doha/QA
» Postpartum period: uncommon emergent
complications (C-0922)
M. Certo; Santo Tirso/PT
» Brain attack: imaging of non traumatic neuro
emergencies, what radiologists should know (C-1563)
R. Gautam; Manila/PH
» Comparison of ADC of normal uterine zones between
postmenopausal and reproductive age women (C-1267)
A. Tsili; Ioannina/GR
» CT pulmonary angiography in pregnancy: to do or
not to do? Role of minimally invasive CTPA (C-2058)
A. Lemos; Milan/IT
» Reliability and time effectivity of an assisted bone
reading software for the analysis of CT trauma cases
(C-2280)
S.M. Anton; Lübeck/DE
» MDCT signs accuracy in detection of acute perforated
appendicitis (C-2354)
P. P. Saturnino; Naples/IT
» Technical pitfalls in prostate MRI - insights into
eliminating artifacts in your prostate protocol
(C-1392)
M. Czarniecki; Warsaw/PL
» Differentiation of adrenal nodular hyperplasia and
lipid-poor adenoma by clinical manifestation and
advance virtual monoenergetic technique on CT
(C-2047)
W. Shu xian; Zhengzhou/CN
» Diffusion magnetic resonance in cervical carcinoma:
the role of ADC in the evaluation of treatment
response (C-2114)
G.M. Barelli; Rome/IT
» Value of MRI features of acute adnexal torsion in
pregnant women (C-2216)
D. Kang; Dong-gu, Ulsan/KR
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VoE 11
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Thursday, March 3, 13:00–14:00
VoE 12 Oncology
Moderator: V. Chong; Singapore/SG
Moderator: O. Tanaka; Tsukuba/JP
» Resting-state functional magnetic resonance imaging
study on amplitude of low-frequency fluctuate of
somatoform disorder (C-0137)
L. Wei; Chongqing/CN
» Increased incidence of pancreatic cancer in
hepatocellular carcinoma cohort (C-0038)
W. Gonoi; Tokyo/JP
» Quantitative spectral CT evaluation of kidney
tumours with the stretched-exponential nonlinear
regression analysis model (C-0256)
X. Yang; Shenyang/CN
» Safety and efficacy of high-dose adenosine stress
cardiac MR (C-0718)
Y.Y. Kwong; Hong Kong/CN
» The experimental study of diffusion kurtosis imaging
combined with dynamic contrast-enhanced magnetic
resonance imaging in the prediction of posttraumatic epilepsy (C-0971)
W. Li; Shanghai/CN
» Differentiation of angiomyolipoma with minimal fat
and common non-clear cell renal cell carcinoma on
MDCT (C-1104)
X. Li; Tianjin/CN
» The combination of shear wave elastography and
contrast-enhanced ultrasound for diagnosing breast
lesions: a mutiple logistic regression analysis (C-1371)
H. Wu; Chengdu/CN
» Dynamic functional connectivity patterns of the
subgenual anterior cingulate cortex in patients
with refractory and nonrefractory major depressive
disorders (C-2173)
B. Cheng; Chengdu/CN
» Cortico-striatal connectivity in drug-naive patients
with obsessive-compulsive disorder (C-2349)
X. Hu; Chengdu/CN
» A web-based and user friendly planning tool to
predict outcome for percutaneous cryoablation of
renal tumours including validation of the simulation
model (C-0451)
J.J. Futterer; Nijmegen/NL
» Dual energy CT quantification of lipiodol
deposition after transarterial chemoembolization in
patients with hepatocellular carcinoma (C-0608)
Y. Yoshiyasu; Nagoya/JP
» Y90-radioembolization of hypovascular liver lesions:
role of cone-beam CT (C-0698)
A. Grigolini; Pisa/IT
» Response assessment of response to treatment in the
cancer patient: a tutorial for the radiologist (C-0755)
A. Nunziata; Ercolano/IT
» Dose modulation in low dose lung cancer screening:
how low can we go? (C-0920)
N. Verma; Gainesville, FL/US
» Comparative analysis of multi-parametric positron
emission tomography, diffusion weighted imaging
and diffusion tensor imaging values in lung
adenocarcinoma patients (C-1249)
S. Lucic; Sremska Kamenica, Novi Sad/RS
» Low-dose computed tomography for lung cancer
screening: comparison of performance between
annual and biennial screen (C-1544)
M. Silva; Parma/IT
» Pre-treatment ADC histogram-analysis at whole body
diffusion-weighted MRI predicts disease free survival
in ovarian cancer (C-2122)
K.L.M. Michielsen; Leuven/BE
» Five year follow up of indeterminate pulmonary
nodules in osteosarcoma patients: how do they
behave? (C-2190)
M. Iqbal; Lahore/PK
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Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:00
VoE 13 Nordic
3
March
Thursday, March 3, 15:00–16:00
VoE 14 Russian
Moderator: M. Torkzad; Milford/UK
Moderator: I. Arkhipova; Moscow/RU
» Assessment of effective dose in a series of CT of the
knees, time to revise the guidelines? (C-0205)
J.M.E. Torsvik; Bergen/NO
» Assessment of dynamic pelvic floor MRI (MRdefecography) (C-0069)
K.S. Petrov; Moscow/RU
» Magnetic resonance imaging of hyperacute tissue
injury and regional cerebral blood flow in clinically
relevant ischemic stroke model in the rat (C-0320)
P. Little; Stockholm/SE
» Cervical spine MRI in Hirayama disease: practical
aspects (C-0189)
E.I. Kremneva; Moscow/RU
» Measuring mammographic density: comparing a fully
automated volumetric assessment versus European
radiologists’ qualitative classification (C-0383)
H. Sartor; Malmö/SE
» MRI changes after the implantation of percutaneous
interspinous device Aperius in spinal stenosis a retrospective cohort study (C-0469)
W. Witwit; Gothenburg/SE
» Dynamic contrast enhanced computed tomography:
effects of non rigid motion correction on image
quality and reproducibility (C-0564)
K.R. Brow; Glostrup/DK
» PGMI score of baseline mammograms before interval
cancers in a population-based screening programme
(C-0675)
R. Gullien; Oslo/NO
» Emerging role of functional brain MRI in low-grade
glioma surgery (C-0873)
A. Friismose; Odense/DK
» Protocol for evaluation of radiologist’s active role
in the diagnostic assessment of patients with vague
symptoms suspected of serious illness that can be
cancer (C-1687)
N. Lapitskaya; Silkeborg/DK
» Semi-automatic quantification of exocrine pancreatic
function by secretin-stimulated MRI in chronic
pancreatitis and healthy subjects (C-1921)
A. Madzak; Aalborg/DK
» Ultrasound diagnostics simulators for students and
residents: implementation experience (C-0239)
D. Venidiktova; Smolensk/RU
» Opposed phase (out-of-phase) imaging. Resident
guide (C-0472)
T. Movsisyan; Moscow/RU
» Proton MR spectroscopy of ischemic rat brain:
dynamic changes of metabolites in infarct zone in
deferent normalisations (C-0518)
D. Namestnikova; Moscow/RU
» Evaluation of the radiation-induced brain injury: MRI
follow-up study (C-0707)
Z. Savintseva; Saint-Petersburg/RU
» Localization of Broca’s and Wernicke’s areas with
resting state fMRI (C-1673)
E. Pechenkova; Moscow/RU
» The comparison between coronary CT angiography
and intravascular ultrasound for assessment of
coronary plaque components in patients with acute
coronary syndrome (C-1696)
M. Shabanova; Moscow/RU
» Brain CT-perfusion: correlation between
completeness of the circle of Willis and
haemodynamic changes in cases of not-acute
atherosclerotic occlusion of main brachiocephalic
arteries (C-2366)
A. Vishnevskaia; Moscow/RU
» The natural history of non-resected intraductal
papillary mucinous neoplasms (IPMN) of the
pancreas: a single institution experience (C-2387)
N. Kartalis; Stockholm/SE
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Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:00
VoE 15 Abdominal/GI
4
March
Friday, March 4, 09:00–10:00
VoE 16 Head and Neck
Moderator: I. Arkhipova; Moscow/RU
Moderator: K. Bhatia; Hong Kong/CN
» Radiofrequency ablation following transarterial
chemoembolization for patients with BCLC B, C stage
hepatocellular carcinoma (C-0067)
T. Jianfei; lishui/CN
» Correlation between sonographic features and
nuclear morphometric parameters in parotid gland
tumours (C-0079)
D. Obad Kovacevic; Zagreb/HR
» Peritoneal cavity anatomy in CT peritoneography:
a comprehensive description (C-0401)
J. Calvo Blanco; Oviedo/ES
» Nodular (N) and non-nodular (non-N) configuration
of subacute granulomatous thyroiditis (SAT):
characteristics and interval change (IC) using followup (FU) ultrasonography (US) (C-0129)
Y.J. Lee; Busan/KR
» Part II - Video animation of anomalies of rotation of
gut (C-0580)
M.D. Rahalkar; Pune/IN
» The role of MRCP in a hospital with a 24/7
experienced ultrasound service: when is MRCP
indispensable and when could it be avoided?
(C-0789)
V. Moustakas; Rodos/GR
» Imaging of ALPPS procedure: what the radiologist
should know (C-0818)
M. Zerial; Udine/IT
» Reproducibility of relative liver enhancement
(C-0836)
K.A. Schelz; Kogarah/AU
» Evaluation of the scan timing for CT during arterial
portography using two different bolus tracking
methods (C-0856)
A.Chiba; Sapporo, Hokkaido/JP
» Primary solid tumours of the liver: a pictorial
review (C-1424)
P. Brown; Leeds/UK
» Linitis plastica of the rectum: an unusual type of
rectal cancer (C-1723)
D.M. Angulo; Palma de Mallorca/ES
» Head and neck manifestation of aarcoidosis:
a pictorial review of findings at CT and MR (C-0253)
J. Rogers; Knoxville, TN/US
» Ultrasound for the diagnosis of carotidynia (C-0261)
M.A. Abrahamy; Zerifin/IL
» Differential diagnosis of non-traumatic lesions of the
scalp: a pictorial review (C-0284)
R. Morcillo; Toledo/ES
» Cystic fibrosis sinus score (CFSS) for the evaluation
of the paranasal sinuses complications of cystic
fibrosis using cone beam CT (C-2007)
M.C. Firetto; Milan/IT
» Thyroglossal duct cyst: imaging characteristics and
clinical correlation (C-2132)
I.H. Lee; Daejeon/KR
» Evaluation of shear wave elastography with
transverse and longitudinal scans: differentiation
between benign and malignant thyroid nodules
(C-2383)
Y.J. Choi; Seoul/KR
» Predictive value of the target appearance on the
hepatobiliary phase of GD-EOB-DTPA MRI in the
patients of breast cancer hepatic metastasis: the first
step for the personalised radiology (C-2030)
H.J. Lee; Seoul/KR
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Friday, March 4, 10:00–11:00
VoE 17 Interventional
4
March
Friday, March 4, 11:00–12:00
VoE 18 Musculoskeletal
Moderator: I. Bargellini; Pisa/IT
Moderator: E. Llopis; Alzira-Valencia/ES
» Out of sight, out of mind? A three point plan to
optimize IVC filter follow-up (C-0231)
C. C. Logan; Dublin/IE
» Tarsal tunnel syndrome: evaluation on MRI (C-0022)
Y. Kobashi; Chiba/JP
» Liver regeneration: comparison of portal vein
embolization versus radio-frequency-assisted liver
partition with portal vein ligation (RALPP) (C-0471)
M. Tsakok; London/UK
» Minimally invasive treatment of osteoid osteoma
(OO): MR guided focused ultrasound surgery
(MRgFUS) and radiofrequency thermal ablation (RFA)
(C-0473)
F. Arrigoni; L’Aquila/IT
» Dynamic MRI scan in osteosarcoma and Ewing
sarcoma (C-0295)
O. M. Albtoush; Vienna/AT
» An optimal protocol for full-spine radiography
(C-0649)
C. Ernst; Brussels/BE
» Scaphoid imaging with digital tomosynthesis as
an adjunct to radiography: a single department’s
experience (C-1036)
B. Gibney; Dublin/IE
» The use of fluoroscopy and ultrasound guidance in
placement of peritoneal dialysis catheter (C-0911)
A.M.K. Abdel Aal; Birmingham, AL/US
» Anatomy and non-traumatic pathology of the atlantoaxial joint (C-1260)
G. Retnasingam; Leicester/UK
» Evaluation of sclerotherapy for the treatment of
infected postoperative lymphocele (C-1013)
S.H. Kang; Seongnam-si/KR
» The diagnostic challenge of groin pain in adults:
review of imaging modalities and differential
diagnoses (C-1291)
A. Zaidi; Ariana/TN
» Key points of successful percutaneous ethanol
sclerotherapy (PEST) procedure – long term results of
PEST treatments in patients with symptomatic liver
and splenic cysts (C-1553)
A. Kollár; Budapest/HU
» Variant hepatic arterial anatomy and extra-hepatic
arterial supply in hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC)
and colorectal metastases: impact on transarterial
chemoembolization (TACE) planning and technique
(C-1686)
S. Aquilina; Msida/MT
» Correlation of peak skin dose with geometrical
and dosimetric parameters from interventional
procedures (C-1835)
N. Fitousi; Leuven/BE
» A new classification of stent graft-induced distal
complications (SIDCs) after repair with stainless
steel-based device for aortic dissection (C-2062)
Y. Xue; Beijing/CN
» Radiographic signs predicting rotator cuff tears
(C-1443)
J.J. van der Reijden; Deventer/NL
» MR imaging in the post-therapeutic/post-surgical
follow-up of malignant musculoskeletal neoplasms:
pearls and pitfalls (C-1781)
N.S. Sideri; Chaidari/GR
» Cyclops lesions do not worsen clinical outcome two
years after anterior cruciate ligament surgery
(C-2026)
L. Facchetti; San Francisco, CA/US
» Radiation dose of lumbar spine CT: analysis and
comparison between different modes of acquisition
in two European imaging centers (C-2386)
A. Papachristodoulou; Thessaloniki/GR
» Checklist use in radiology: an Australia-wide crosssectional study (C-2209)
C. Mandel; Melbourne/AU
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Friday, March 4, 12:00–13:00
VoE 19 Turkish
4
March
Friday, March 4, 13:00–14:00
VoE 20 Neuro
Moderator: C. Calli; Izmir/TR
Moderator: E. Ada; Izmir/TR
» Value of dynamic MR imaging using the Ktrans
technique for assessment of native kidneys in preemptive renal transplantation (C-0033)
R. Sade; Erzurum/TR
» T2*-weighted perfusion MRI imaging biomarkers
obtained at the peritumoural area of high-grade
gliomas relate to patients survival (C-0599)
L. Marti-Bonmati; Valencia/ES
» Evaluation of bone marrow via diffusion-weighted
imaging in adult patients with acute leukemia
(C-0062)
A. Kocyigit; Denizli/TR
» Hypertrophic olivar degeneration: review of literature
and presentation of a 7 case series (C-0728)
J.P. Martínez Barbero; Jaen/ES
» The view from the mastoid fontanel of the neonatal
brain (C-0974)
F.C. Sarioglu; Izmir/TR
» 3D arterial spin labelling: as a part of routine MRI
brain protocols (C-0792)
M. R. Verma; Mumbai/IN
» MRI findings in paediatric acquired brown syndrome
with various etiological factors (C-0983)
C.Z. Karaman; Aydin/TR
» High resolution MRI of the intracranial arterial wall:
utility and imaging findings in a variety of disease
states (C-0878)
S. Power; Toronto, ON/CA
» Decreased bilateral insula volume and widespread
white matter dysintegrity in schizophrenia (C-1033)
A. Onay; Istanbul/TR
» Diffusion tensor imaging of spinal cord as an
emerging tool in neuroradiology (C-1049)
K. Agawane; Mumbai/IN
» Efficiency and utility of strain elastography in the
diagnosis and staging of acute appendicitis in
patients in paediatric age group (C-1103)
H. Arslan; Van/TR
» Gender related peculiarities of amygdala deactivation
during movements (C-1342)
O. Omelchenko; Kyiv/UA
» Extraarticular lateral ankle impingement (C-1282)
C. Cevikol; Antalya/TR
» Evaluation of optic nerve head biomechanical
properties in pseudoexfoliation glaucoma with realtime ultrasound elastography (C-1412)
Ö. Ünal; Ankara/TR
» Rhabdomyosarcoma everywhere: differential
diagnosis on imaging (C-1675)
A. Güneş; Ankara/TR
» Evaluation of iron accumulation in choroid plexus
in patients with beta-thalassaemia major by using
susceptibility weighted imaging (SWI) (C-2254)
E. Üre; Istanbul/TR
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» Middle cerebral artery anatomy: do you know yours?
(C-1360)
D.P. Mitchell; Dublin/IE
» Ultra-high field MRI of the substantia nigra in patients
with atypical parkinsonisms (C-1366)
D. Frosini; Pisa/IT
» Intrinsic brain abnormalities in drug-naive patients
with obsessive-compulsive disorder: a resting-state
functional MRI study (C-2361)
X. Hu; Chengdu/CN
» Diffusion MR imaging using multi-band EPI in brain:
basics and its clinical application (C-0595)
M. Hori; Tokyo/JP
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Friday, March 4, 14:00–15:00
VoE 21 Spanish
4
March
Friday, March 4, 15:00–16:00
VoE 22 Japanese
Moderator: A. Alberich-Bayarri; Valencia/ES
Moderator: Y.O. Tanaka; Tsukuba/JP
» Multi-task paradigm in functional magnetic resonance
imaging (fMRI) (C-0011)
A. Granados; Cali/CO
» Proposal of quantitative identification method of
a small-type OSL dosimeter: conditions that the
dosimeter is not identified in the medical image
(C-0010)
K. Takegami; Tokushima/JP
» Diagnostic errors: understanding the concepts
through spine examples (C-0444)
R. Mirón Mombiela; Valencia/ES
» Prognostic value of early diffusion weighted
MRI in full-term newborns with hypoxic ischemic
encephalopathy (C-0795)
E.-M. Heursen; Cádiz/ES
» Ultrasound of the lumbar spine: what should the
radiologist know to perform interventional spine
procedures? Technique, normal anatomy, and
anatomic variant with radiologic correlation (C-1327)
M. Squarcia; Barcelona/ES
» Comparison of shear wave velocity measurement
using VTQ and VTIQ: phantom and cervical lymph
node studies (C-0290)
R. Kishimoto; Chiba/JP
» Evaluation of energy dependence of nanoDot
optically stimulated luminescence (OSL) dosimeter
using characteristic x-ray induced by medical x-ray
equipment (C-0338)
T. Okazaki; Tsukuba, Ibaraki/JP
» Imaging findings of paediatric intestinal, liverintestinal, and multivisceral transplantation (C-1358)
M. Parrón; Madrid/ES
» Imaging of pulmonary nontuberculous mycobacterial
infection: variations, sequential changes, and
differential diagnoses (C-0584)
S. Noguchi; Tenri/JP
» Detection of bone metastases through diffusionweighted whole-body imaging with background body
signal suppression (DWIBS) (C-1601)
H. Barragán-Campos; Queretaro/MX
» Image quality evaluation of turbo-spin echo diffusion
weighted image (TSE-DWI): a phantom study
(C-0631)
T. Yoshida; Shizuoka/JP
» Retained surgical sponge in chest and abdomen:
CT imaging appearance and complications (C-1614)
S. Ramirez; Medellin/CO
» Evaluation of myocardial fibrosis using T1 mapping
in dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) compared with
endomyocardial biopsy (EMB) (C-0651)
Y. Morita; Suita, Osaka/JP
» Post-treatment imaging in primary and secondary
brain tumours: a diagnostic challenge (C-1672)
D.D.J. De la Rosa Porras; Madrid/ES
» Aorto-caval space: a forgotten retroperitoneal space
(C-1925)
C. Varela Ubilla; Santiago/CL
» MRI: the technique of choice in the study of
pleomorphic adenoma (C-2211)
B. Brea Alvarez; Majadahonda/ES
» Consideration of reliability in the diagnosis of acute
ischemic cerebrovascular disorders about MRI in iPad
air (C-1280)
H. Hattori; Toyoake/JP
» Research and development of tumour response
observation system for dose-volume delivery guided
particle therapy (TROS-DGPT) (C-1362)
T. Nishio; Hiroshima/JP
» Development of activity pencil beam algorithm using
measured distribution data of positron emitter nuclei
generated by target nuclear fragmentation reaction
for innovative proton therapy (C-1364)
A. Nishio-Miyatake; Yokohama/JP
» A predictive factor of delayed neurological sequelae
following carbon monoxide intoxication (C-1695)
Y. Kubo; Tokyo/JP
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Friday, March 4, 16:00–17:00
VoE 23 Genitourinary
5
March
Saturday, March 5, 09:00–10:00
VoE 24 Neuro
Moderator: V.F. Muglia; Ribeirao Preto/BR
Moderator: Moderator: C. Calli; Izmir/TR
» Postsurgical complications of the urinary diversion
after radical cystectomy (C-0678)
B. Garcia Martinez; Santander/ES
» Incidence, risk factors and clinical significance
of contrast staining areas after mechanical
thrombectomy in patients with acute ischaemic
stroke (C-1082)
M. Rusina; Trnava/SK
» MRI of benign and malignant lesions of prostate
(C-0964)
A. Bangaragiri; Singapore/SG
» Emergency imaging of acute abdomen of
gynecologic origin: spectrum of MDCT findings
(C-1213)
V.S. Teran Pareja; Madrid/ES
» Benign mimics of gynecologic malignancies (C-1523)
D. Ballah; San Francisco, CA/US
» MRI findings of placental invasion without placental
previa (C-1594)
S. Kitai; Tokyo/JP
» Contribution of magnetic resonance imaging of
pelvic floor to de novo stress urinary incontinence
post vaginal delivery (C-2180)
N. Li; Tianjin/CN
» Grey-white matter ratio of the brain: a candidate
marker for the duration of the terminal phase based
on post-mortem CT-scans (C-1141)
P.A.M. Hofman; Maastricht/NL
» Extra-axial hyperdense lesions in head CT scan
without contrast: systematic guide of differential
diagnosis (C-1273)
A. Pacheco; Valencia/ES
» Stroke imaging – time is brain (C-1743)
R. Rege; Mumbai/IN
» Fiber tractography of the brachial plexus in patients
with avulsion trauma (C-1851)
M. Amelin; Novosibirsk/RU
» Low dose multidetector CT for the initial detection of
urolithiasis: a local clinical audit (C-2239)
Y.A.R.M. Selim; Nizwa/OM
» Understanding microstructure of the brain with
advanced diffusion tensor imaging and comparing
with pathological findings (C-1967)
K. Sato; Tokyo/JP
» Radiologic percutaneous interventions for ureter
disease (C-0966)
H. Lee; Anyang/KR
» The outcome of fMRI language mapping is affected
by patient fatigue (C-2314)
M. Kiss; Budapest/HU
» Prostate cancer: correlation of intravoxel incoherent
motion MR parameters with Gleason score (C-0918)
D.M. Yang; Seoul/KR
» Comparison of quantitative susceptibility mapping at
1.5- and 3.0-Tesla (C-2355)
O. Solyanik; Hanover/DE
» Neuroimaging of the sciatic nerve high division
causing Piriformis syndrome (C-2379)
S.A. Jengojan; Vienna/AT
» Stent-retriever thrombectomy of small caliber
intracranial vessels using pREset LITE - safety and
efficacy (C-2381)
W. Kurre; Stuttgart/DE
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Saturday, March 5, 10:00–11:00
VoE 25 Breast
5
March
Saturday, March 5, 11:00–12:00
VoE 26 Paediatric
Moderator: E. Fleury; Sao Paulo/BR
Moderator: M. Argyropoulou; Ioannina/GR
» Real-time elastography: impact of strain ratio on
diagnostic performance of solid breast lesions
(C-0731)
K. Bojanic; Osijek/HR
» Gastro-intestinal anomalies in infants with congenital
diaphragmatic hernia: prenatal diagnosis and
postnatal complications (C-0372)
K. Minkner; Neuchâtel/CH
» Importance of anatomopathological-imaging
correlations for the validation of a breast biopsy
results (C-1182)
A. Jalaguier-Coudray; Marseille/FR
» Which serum biochemical markers could predict
radiologic metabolic bone disease in preterm infants?
(C-0890)
J.W. Park; Daejeon/KR
» MRI in high cancer-risk patients with BIRADS-3
lesions: is short-interval follow-up the answer?
(C-1211)
G. Bar On; Beer Yaakov/IL
» CT and MRI imaging features of paediatric
rhabdomyosarcomas (RMS) (C-1441)
L. A. Fowkes; London/UK
» Health-related quality of life, anxiety and
depression in women related to mammography in
Greece (C-1325)
A. Zisakis; Athens/GR
» The European Commission Initiative on Breast Cancer
(ECIBC) and the development of the person-centered
new European guidelines (C-1470)
A. Uluturk Tekin; Varese/IT
» Reduction mammoplasty: what radiologists should
know (C-1558)
S. Plaza Loma; Valladolid/ES
» Is there a place for dual-energy contrast enhanced
digital mammography in daily practice? (C-1746)
I. Garkalne; Merchtem/BE
» The accuracy of MRI in evaluating residual tumour
size and complete response post neoadjuvant
chemotherapy in patients with non metastatic breast
cancer (C-1869)
H.A. Fleming; Cork/IE
» Imaging evaluation of the thyroid gland in children:
what radiologists should know (C-1616)
B.F. Corgosinho; São Paulo/BR
» Assessment of the quality of portable x-ray
examinations at a level 3 neonatal intensive care unit
(NICU) (C-1769)
J. Deakin; London/UK
» The role of diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) in
developmental brain anomalies in pediatric age
group of Egyptian patients (C-2097)
D.H.F.H. Haroun; Cairo/EG
» Patient size and radiation dose: a grid too far?
(C-2129)
J. Shur; London/UK
» Serial flow-sensitive 4D MRI in paediatric patients
with Marfan syndrome for early risk stratification of
progressive aortic disease (C-2156)
J. Geiger; Zurich/CH
» Can breast cancer biopsy influence sentinel lymph
node status? (C-2149)
R. Rella; Rome/IT
» Quantitative 1HMR spectroscopy as a predictive
biomarker of pathological complete response
during neoadjuvant chemotherapy for localy
advanced breast cancer: results from early response
assessement (C-2382)
S. Drisis; Brussels/BE
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Saturday, March 5, 12:00–13:00
VoE 27 German
5
March
Saturday, March 5, 13:00–14:00
VoE 28 Musculoskeletal
Moderator: S. Delorme; Heidelberg/DE
Moderator: A. Guermazi; Boston, MA/US
» A web-based and user friendly planning tool to
predict outcome for percutaneous microwave
ablation of liver tumours including validation of the
simulation model (C-0241)
C. Schnedl; Graz/AT
» Referring physicians’ experiences of outsourcing
radiological examinations (C-0447)
P. Tavakol Olofsson; Stockholm/SE
» Flip-angle and compliance assessment of the median
nerve as diagnostic tools in CTS? (C-0439)
L. Gruber; Innsbruck/AT
» Development of an analogue decision aid for
mammographic mass lesions based on a naive Bayes
network (C-0704)
M. Benndorf; Freiburg/DE
» Radial volumetric interpolated breath-hold
examination of the liver: clinical impact of selfgated 3D isotropic contrast-enhanced late-phase MR
imaging (C-1032)
J. Weiß; Tübingen/DE
» Fat suppression techniques for MR imaging of the
musculoskeletal system (C-0585)
C. Tsiotsios; Haidari/GR
» Beyond ulcers and osteomyelitis: imaging of less
common musculoskeletal complications in diabetes
(C-0775)
A. Rao; Bangalore/IN
» Clinical evaluation of a new x-ray imaging system
based on Talbot-Lau interferometry: comparison of
patients with RA to healthy volunteers (C-0953)
J. Tanaka; Iruma-County/JP
» Calcific tendonitis affecting the linea aspera: a case
series and systematic narrative review (C-1310)
S.B.L. Low; Norwich/UK
» MRI-derived regional biventricular function in
patients with chronic thromboembolic pulmonary
hypertension (CTEPH) before and after pulmonary
endarterectomy (PEA) (C-1677)
S. K. Maschke; Hanover/DE
» Diagnostic benefit of susceptibility weighted
magnetic resonance imaging for the assessment of
subacromial spur formation causing subacromial
impingement syndrome (SAIS) (C-2039)
D. Nörenberg; Munich/DE
» Cloud-based teleoncology system for interactive
evaluation of new software tools through common
web browsers and its application to multi-disciplinary
treatment planning (C-1829)
J. Woetzel; Bremen/DE
» “Fat brook” of posteromedial popliteal fossa:
pathologic correlation between cadaver and MR
imaging (C-2172)
Y. Song; Seoul/KR
» Breast cancer detection and tumour characteristics
differ in BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutation carriers (C-2131)
J. Knaudt; Mannheim/DE
» Can we predict fracture in pathologic altered bone
of the proximal femur using only plain radiographs?
(C-2194)
M. Simunovic; Zagreb/HR
» Flow velocity determination by magnetic
particle imaging: phantom validation and in vivo
measurements in a mouse model (C-2215)
M. Kaul; Hamburg/DE
» Low-energy laser therapy efficacy assessment by MRI
in patients with herniated intravertebral discs
(C-2281)
A. Tkachev; Volgograd/RU
» In vivo visualisation of tumour-mediated immune
remodelling in premetastatic tissue - target-specific
imaging of S100A8/A9 reveals premetastatic niche
establishment (C-2334)
M. Eisenblatter; Münster/DE
» Predicting poor outcome from simple ankle injuries
(C-2371)
S. Bullock; Oxford/UK
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Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:00
VoE 29 Korean
5
March
Saturday, March 5, 15:00–16:00
VoE 30 Portuguese
Moderator: J.M. Goo; Seoul/KR
Moderator: V.F. Muglia; Ribeirao Preto/BR
» Adenovirus pneumonia: thin-section CT findings in
104 immunocompetent patients (C-0224)
C. Park; Daejeon/KR
» CT role in distinguishing GIST from non-GIST
mesenchymal gastric tumours (C-0686)
N. Almeida Costa; Porto/PT
» Abnormalities in intrahepatic periportal space:
multimodality imaging findings (C-0541)
J.Y. Oh; Busan/KR
» Borderline breast lesions: Correlation between
imaging, epidemiology and histology - 7 years of
experience (C-1121)
G.G.N. Mello; São Paulo/BR
» Guideline for repeat imaging studies: nationwide
result of pilot project for application of the guideline
(C-0544)
S.E. Jung; Seoul/KR
» Role of CT in siting and post procedural following
of central venous catheter: anatomical review and
strategy for preventing complication (C-0952)
E.-J. Kang; Busan/KR
» Corrosive esophageal cancer: esophagographic and
computed tomography (CT) findings (C-1154)
S.Y. Noh; Seoul/KR
» Distinct pattern of recurrence of lung mucinous
adenocarcinoma after surgical resection: implication
for postoperative surveillance strategy (C-1697)
D.H. Lee; Daegu/KR
» Ankle after Brostrom operation: MR imaging findings
in individuals without lateral instability - a pilot study
(C-2171)
J. Yi; Bucheon-si/KR
» Reproducibility and diagnostic performance of shear
wave elastography in evaluating breast solid mass
(C-2176)
H.S. Shin; Seoul/KR
» Fluoroscopic-guided artificial pneumoperitoneum
formation for the management of air leak after
pulmonary resection (C-2299)
H.Y. Choi; Seoul/KR
» Do not fall on your knees - recognizing common and
uncommon pitfalls that may simulate meniscal tears
(C-1146)
P. Musa Aguiar; São Paulo/BR
» Prognostic value of baseline MRI in glioblastoma
multiforme patients: a survival analysis of
morphological, volumetric and diffusion MRI
predictors (C-1179)
D.J. Pereira; Coimbra/PT
» Breast fibromatosis: the great pretender (C-1238)
C. Salvador; Lisbon/PT
» The role of ultrasonography with colour Doppler in
the acute scrotum (C-1509)
A.L. Amado Costa; Lisbon/PT
» The immediate effect of sildenafil on right ventricular
function in patients with heart failure measured by
cardiac magnetic resonance: a randomized controlled
trial (C-1586)
S.M. Borges; Salvador/BR
» Imaging findings after breast implant removal
(C-1888)
E. Francolin; São Paulo/BR
» Radioprotection in paediatric CT examinations:
application of a dose reduction protocol (C-2363)
B.P.M. Morgado; Vila Real de Santo António/PT
» Evaluation of the antiperistaltic effect of intravenous
butylscopolamine in pediatric magnetic resonance
enterography (C-2368)
S. Jang; Seoul/KR
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5
March
Saturday, March 5, 16:00–17:00
VoE 31 Interventional
6
March
Sunday, March 6, 09:00–10:00
VoE 32 Vascular
Moderator: A. Basile; Catania/IT
Moderator: I. Bargellini; Pisa/IT
» Evidence-based levels, guidelines and
recommendations in interventional spine treatments
according to clinical diagnoses (C-0324)
H. Brat; Sion/CH
» Anomalies and normal variants of the intracranial
arteries: proposed workflow for classification and
significance (C-0199)
A. Hakim; Bern/CH
» Percutaneous embolization in pelvic congestive
syndrome. Does it really improve symptoms?
(C-0708)
M.D. Ferrer-Puchol; Alzira/ES
» Anomalous pulmonary venous connection:
the journey from theory to practice (C-1245)
C. Schiau; Cluj-Napoca/RO
» Creating a larger zone of safety versus “livin’ on the
edge”-a review of rare complications of microwave
ablation (C-0712)
Y. Zhang; Valhalla, NY/US
» Preoperative thrombus volume predicts sac
enlargement after EVAR (C-1419)
R. Müller-Wille; Regensburg/DE
» Percutaneous transhepatic intraductal biopsy in
biliary stricture differentiation (C-2029)
D. Frantsev; Moscow/RU
» Comparison of lesion conspicuity between
conventional ultrasonography and Sonazoid
contrast enhanced ultrasonography as pretreatment
evaluation for percutaneous radiofrequency ablation
of small hepatocellular carcinomas (C-2112)
J.W. Seo; Goyang/KR
» Safety and survival in the management of
complicated tunneled and non-tunneled catheters: a
comparison of over-the-wire catheter exchange and
catheter removal and replacement (C-2120)
Y. Yim; Seoul/KR
» Radiation exposure to interventional radiologists
during endovascular procedures (C-2124)
A.M.H. Sailer; Maastricht/NL
» Transarterial embolisation of type II endoleaks after
EVAR with the use the embolic polymer Onyx
(C-2146)
M. Wojtaszek; Warsaw/PL
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» All clogged up: spectrum of venous thrombosis in the
abdomen and pelvis (C-1597)
E. Zalaquett; Santiago/CL
» MRI assessment of vascular age:
principles, techniques and applications (C-1909)
M.N. Sicaja; Zagreb/HR
» Isolated cortical vein thrombosis: a review of imaging
features and diagnostic pitfall (C-1975)
K.H. Lee; Deajeon/KR
» Dual source dual energy CT: optimising performance
of routine contrast enhanced chest CT for detection
of pulmonary embolus (C-2054)
D. Caruso; Rome/IT
» Distinguishing high-flow from low-flow vascular
malformations using maximum intensity projection
images in dynamic magnetic resonance angiography
(C-2297)
N.K. Majewska; Poznan/PL
» Comparison imaging findings in patients with
internal carotid artery dissection and vertebral artery
dissection (C-2340)
M. Dreval; Moscow/RU
» Dynamic CT angiography in native kidneys using
a multiphase CT protocol - potential of significant
reduction of contrast medium (C-2389)
A. Helck; Munich/DE
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6
March
Sunday, March 6, 10:00–11:00
VoE 33 Oncology
Sunday, March 6, 11:00–12:00
VoE 34 Cardiac
Moderator: S. Delorme; Heidelberg/DE
Moderator: E. Mershina; Moscow/RU
» Pain palliation in metastatic bone disease:
interventional radiology is a “key player” among
equals (C-1299)
D.K. Filippiadis; Marousi, Athens/GR
» Syntax score in patients with high computed
tomography coronary calcium score (C-0243)
M. Hegde; Bengaluru/IN
» PET/CT in diagnosis of synchronous and
metachronous tumours (C-1528)
D. Zlatareva; Sofia/BG
» Elastofibroma dorsi: diagnosis and follow-up (C-1640)
M. Bartocci; Rome/IT
» The copycat - an illustrative review of benign entities
that may mimic malignancy from head to toe (C-1719)
C. Azzopardi; Birkirkara/MT
» Compare multiparametric 3TMRI to clinical
parameters to characterise single lesion of prostate
cancer, using three different scores: Likert scale,
PIRADS v1 and v2 (C-2157)
L. Zantedeschi; Verona/IT
» Diffusion weighted MRI; can it help in differentiation
of abdomino-pelvic lymphadenopathy; comparative
study (C-2266)
M. Essam; Cairo/EG
» Impact of structuring a computed tomography
(CT) report on radiological practice and clinicians’
perception: a study on lymphoma patients (C-2271)
R. Girometti; Udine/IT
» Increased reproducibility of semiautomatic
3D-segmentation over 2D-measurements for
quantification of specific iodine uptake of hepatic
colorectal metastases in dual-energy CT (C-2308)
K.S. Winter; Munich/DE
» Increased abdominal visceral adiposity is associated
with unsuspected pulmonary embolism in
hospitalised patients with malignant digestive tract
tumours (C-2325)
L. Lin; Guangzhou/CN
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» Assessment of left ventricular dissipative energy loss
by vector flow mapping in end stage senal disease
patients (C-0670)
Y. Zhong; Chengdu/CN
» Feasibility of low-concentration iodinated contrast
medium with lower-tube-voltage dual-source
CT aortography using iterative reconstruction:
comparison with automatic exposure control CT
aortography (C-0702)
D.M. Choo; Daejeon/KR
» Vessel flexibility index as a potential new marker for
cardio-vascular disease - a pilot study (C-1535)
E. Nagy; Graz/AT
» Dynamic CT cardiac perfusion protocol at 70 kV:
impact on radiation and contrast agent dose (C-2073)
N. Buls; Brussels/BE
» Relation between left atrial appendage morphology
and left atrial volume in patients with atrial
fibrillation (C-2082)
R. Faletti; Turin/IT
» Rationale and design of the PERFECTION (C-2083)
G. Pontone; Milan/IT
» Occult coronary artery disease in asymptomatic
patients: utility of coronary computed tomography
angiography as a screening tool (C-2164)
L. Patriarca; L’Aquila/IT
» Determination of scan delay time in coronary CT
angiography: utility of ECG gated bolus tracking
technique (C-2221)
J. Chang; Seoul/KR
» Peri-aortic fluid after surgery of the ascending aorta:
range of normal findings on early postoperative CT
(C-2331)
S. Boccalini; Genova/IT
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6
March
Sunday, March 6, 12:00–13:00
VoE 35 Chest
Moderator: M. Toepker; Vienna/AT
» Value of expiratory chest x-rays in diagnosing
pneumothorax (C-0314)
M. Imran; Middlesborough/UK
» Mixed convolution kernel in thoracic computed
tomography images (C-0875)
J. Neubauer; Freiburg/DE
» Pulmonary imaging in ANCA-associated vasculitides
(C-1473)
M. Affes; Ariana/TN
» Complications of tuberculous mediastinal
lymphadenitis in HIV-positive patients: CT findings
(C-1525)
I. Sokolina; Moscow/RU
» A quantitative CT analysis in the evaluation of lymph
node involvement of pulmonary tuberculosis and
sarcoidosis (C-1721)
H. Choi; Seoul/KR
» A novel classification system for thoracic gallstones
(C-2155)
A.J.S. Lott; Tromso/NO
» Influence of computed tomography dose reduction
and iterative reconstruction on computer-aided
detection of pulmonary nodules (C-2186)
R. W. van Hamersvelt; Utrecht/NL
» Influence of arterial input function placement on CT
lung dynamic perfusion maps (C-2229)
N.S. Paul; Toronto, ON/CA
» Subclinical pulmonary tuberculosis and airway
obstruction: correlation of HRCT findings with
pulmonary function test and immunologic diagnostic
test of tuberculosis (C-2327)
D.H. Lee; Ansan/KR
» When fat is good news: lipoid pneumonia, an
overlooked differential diagnosis (C-2384)
A.L. Popirtac; Paris/FR
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REFRESHER COURSES &
SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS
Refresher Courses, as the name suggests, aim to refresh knowledge, reviewing and
updating the more basic subjects for those who have not kept up to speed with certain
developments, or who just need a reminder – something of interest not only to young
radiologists but also experienced doctors.
The length of each course is 90 minutes (classic Refresher Course: three parts of
30 minutes each, including the introduction and time for discussion; integrated
Refresher Course: three parts of 23 minutes each, leaving enough time for the
introduction by the chairpersons and the panel discussion).
The course will be given by two or three lecturers and led by one or two moderator(s)
on a defined subject of clinical imaging, imaging technique, interventional radiology and
related subjects.
Accepted papers for oral presentation are presented in the Scientific Sessions. Places
are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
The authors of the best scientific papers will be presented with a certificate and given
free ECR 2017 registration.
The award will be assigned to the best paper presentation of each topic based on
the evaluation by session moderators and subcommittee members. Selection criteria
comprise quality of presentation, scientific content and overall impression of the
performance. The award winners will be informed after the congress and will be
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REFRESHER COURSES / SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS
Abdominal and Gastrointestinal
2
March
Wednesday, March 2, 08:30–10:00, Room B
RC 101Assessing inflammation and fibrosis
in Crohn’s disease
3
March
» Chairman’s introduction [A-003]
A. Laghi; Latina/IT
» Chairman’s introduction [A-130]
M. Karcaaltincaba; Ankara/TR
A. Is sonography (CEUS and elastography)
the right tool? [A-004]
E. Quaia; Trieste/IT
A. Vascular [A-131]
F. Caseiro-Alves; Coimbra/PT
B. Cystic-Biliary [A-132]
G. Brancatelli; Palermo/IT
B. Is there space for MDCT (spectral imaging,
iodine map)? [A-005]
J. Podgorska; Warsaw/PL
C. Hepatocellular [A-133]
R.L. Baron; Chicago, IL/US
C. Will MRI (DWI and perfusion) solve the problem?
[A-006]
S.A. Taylor; London/UK
» Panel discussion: How do I approach a case
in my routine clinical practice?
2
March
» Panel discussion: How do I manage an incidental and
potentially benign liver lesion?
3
March
Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room B
SS 201aPancreas and bile ducts
Moderators: B.I. Choi; Seoul/KR
G. Zamboni; Verona/IT
Moderators: D.E. Malone; Dublin/IE
P. Rodríguez; Madrid/ES
3
March
Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room O
SS 201bA guided tour through the GI tract
Moderators: S. Gourtsoyianni; London/UK
Moderators: K. Skrobisz-Balandowska; Gdansk/PL
C. Hoeffel; Reims/FR
B.E. Van Beers; Clichy/FR
2
Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Room B
SS 301aLiver metastases: detection,
characterisation and treatment
response assessment
3
March
2
March
Moderators: P. Leander; Malmö/SE
A. Wibmer; Vienna/AT
3
March
Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Room O
SS 301bColon
Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room O
SS 701bAdvanced imaging of the oesophagus
and stomach
[B-0623 – B-0633]
[K-06, B-0238 – B-0247]
Moderators: R. Maksimović; Belgrade/RS
T. Mang; Vienna/AT
Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room B
SS 701aFunctional imaging of liver and spleen
[B-0591 – B-0601]
[K-05, B-0206 – B-0215]
Moderators: E. Kasatkina; Heidelberg/DE
A.M. Riddell; London/UK
Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room O
SS 601bMultimodality imaging of Crohn’s
disease
[B-0441 – B-0451]
[B-0035– B-0044]
March
Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room B
SS 601aChronic liver disease and primary liver
tumours
[B-0408 – B-0417]
[B-0001 – B-0011]
2
March
Thursday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Room B
RC 501The many faces of
benign liver lesions
Moderators: O. Ekberg; Malmö/SE
M.A. Mazzei; Siena/IT
3
March
Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room M 2
SS 701cAdvances in CT
[B-0729 – B-0739]
Moderators: E. Akchurina; Moscow/RU
H. Ringl; Vienna/AT
This session is part of the EuroSafe Imaging campaign.
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Abdominal and Gastrointestinal
3
March
Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Room B
RC 801CT colonography today
5
March
Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room F2
SS 1401Advances in abdominal MRI
[B-0974 – B-0984]
» Chairman’s introduction [A-239]
M. Hellström; Gothenburg/SE
A. How I perform it [A-240]
P. Lefere; Roeselare/BE
B. How I interpret it [A-241]
T. Mang; Vienna/AT
Moderators: K. Coenegrachts; Bruges/BE
A.J. van der Molen; Leiden/NL
5
March
C. Screening with CTC [A-242]
D. Regge; Turin/IT
[B-1083 – B-1093]
» Panel discussion: Challenging cases
from clinical practice
4
March
Friday, March 4, 08:30–10:00, Room B
RC 901Hepatocellular tumours
Moderators: F. Caseiro-Alves; Coimbra/PT
S.K. Venkatesh; Rochester, MN/US
5
March
» Chairman’s introduction [A-314]
C. Bartolozzi; Pisa/IT
A. Acute and chronic splenic disease [A-661]
G. Zamboni; Verona/IT
B. HCC staging: what is new in imaging and can predict
prognosis [A-316]
C. Ayuso; Barcelona/ES
B. The incidental splenic lesion [A-662]
M. Laniado; Dresden/DE
C. Equivocal nodules in cirrhotic patient: how to solve
the puzzle [A-317]
Y. Menu; Paris/FR
C. Malignant lesions [A-663]
S. Gourtsoyianni; London/UK
» Panel discussion: How to manage incidental findings
in clinical routine practice
» Panel discussion: Impact of imaging on classification
and differentiation of hepatocellular lesions
4
Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room O
SS 1001aRectal cancer: staging and restaging
6
March
[K-20, B-0773 – B-0782]
4
A. Pancreatic cancer or pancreatitis [A-722]
R. Manfredi; Verona/IT
Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room F2
SS 1001bHepatocellular carcinoma:
evaluation of therapeutic response
B. Cystic tumours vs pseudocysts [A-723]
M.A. Bali; Brussels/BE
C. Incidental findings [A-724]
C. Stoupis; Männedorf/CH
[B-0835 – B-0845]
» Panel discussion: How do we manage difficult cases
and incidental findings?
Moderators: D. Akata; Ankara/TR
L. Crocetti; Pisa/IT
5
March
Saturday, March 5, 08:30–10:00, Room B
RC 1301IgG4-related disease: what is it and
what do I need to know?
» Chairman’s introduction [A-507]
S.A. Jackson; Plymouth/UK
A. Pancreatic manifestations [A-508]
R. Pozzi-Mucelli; Verona/IT
B. Hepatobiliary manifestations [A-509]
M. Ronot; Clichy/FR
C. Systemic manifestations [A-510]
G. Morana; Treviso/IT
» Panel discussion: Tips and tricks in clinical practice
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Sunday, March 6, 08:30–10:00, Room B
RC 1701Differential diagnosis
in pancreatic imaging
» Chairman’s introduction [A-721]
B. Marincek; Cleveland, OH/US
Moderators: L. Curvo-Semedo; Coimbra/PT
A. Plumb; London/UK
March
Saturday, March 5, 16:00–17:30, Room B
RC 1601The spleen:
the forgotten organ
» Chairman’s introduction [A-660]
L.H. Ros Mendoza; Zaragoza/ES
A. The revised adenoma classification [A-315]
C.J. Zech; Basle/CH
March
Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Room M 2
SS 1501Liver fibrosis: imaging assessment
6
March
Sunday, March 6, 14:00–15:30, Room B
SS 1901aBenign and malignant pancreatic
diseases [K-33, B-1263 – B-1272]
Moderators: J.M. Lee; Seoul/KR
M. Spirovski; Sremska Kamenica/RS
6
March
Sunday, March 6, 14:00–15:30, Room O
SS 1901bAbdominal surgery:
the added value of radiology
[B-1295 – B-1304]
Moderators: I. Dudás; Budapest/HU
D. Vorwerk; Ingolstadt/DE
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Breast
2
March
Wednesday, March 2, 08:30–10:00, Room F2
RC 102Breast ultrasound 2016
3
March
[B-0602 – B-0612]
Moderator: A. Athanasiou; Athens/GR
Moderators: F. Pediconi; Rome/IT
F. Thibault; Paris/FR
A. Evidence for screening in dense breasts [A-024]
V. Girardi; Brescia/IT
B. Elastosonography: true advances or false hope? [A-025]
C.S. Balleyguier; Villejuif/FR
C. Nodal staging of breast cancer: still needed? [A-026]
F. Kilburn-Toppin; Cambridge/UK
2
March
4
March
Moderators: S. Allen; Sutton/UK
V. Girardi, Brescia/IT
2
Moderators: M. Di Matteo; Rome/IT
S.H. Heywang-Köbrunner, Munich/DE
5
March
Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Room C
SS 302Breast innovation, biomarkers
A. Calculating, using and improving individual risk
estimates [A-549]
S.W. Duffy; London/UK
Moderators: C.S. Balleyguier; Villejuif/FR
M.H. Fuchsjäger; Graz/AT
2
Wednesday, March 2, 16:00–17:30, Room F2
RC 402Radio-pathological correlation:
more important
than you thought
B. Intermediate risk: the grey zone [A-550]
S.H. Heywang-Köbrunner; Munich/DE
C. High risk: MRI alone? [A-551]
F. Sardanelli; San Donato Milanese/IT
5
March
Moderators: S. Perez Rodrigo; Madrid/ES
R.M. Pijnappel; Utrecht/NL
A. Pre-treatment planning [A-090]
C.K. Kuhl; Aachen/DE
C. The breast radiologist sitting down with
the pathologist [A-092]
T. Tot; Falun/SE
5
March
» Panel discussion: How to enhance the interaction
between radiologists and pathologists?
3
March
Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room C
SS 602aBreast MRI: new sequences and
applications
[B-0419 – B-0429]
3
March
Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room C
SS 1402aScreening
[B-0920 – B-0930]
» Chairman’s introduction [A-089]
F.J. Gilbert; Cambridge/UK
B. Intra-operative specimen evaluation [A-091]
J. Camps Herrero; Valencia/ES
Saturday, March 5, 08:30–10:00, Room F2
RC 1302Tailoring breast cancer screening
to risk level
Moderator: R.M. Pijnappel; Utrecht/NL
[B-0216 – B-0226]
March
Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room C
SS 1002Breast MRI-DWI (2) and various MRI
applications
[B-0751 – B-0761]
Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room C
SS 202Breast biopsy
[B-0012 – B-0022]
March
Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room C
SS 702Breast MRI-DWI (1)
Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room M 5
SS 1402bContrast-spectral mammography and
MRI update in background parenchymal
enhancement
[B-1061 – B-1071]
Moderators: M. Bernathova; Vienna/AT
L.J. Pina Insausti; Pamplona/ES
5
March
Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Room F2
RC 1502Update on BI-RADS
Moderators: A. Sever; Maidstone/UK
I. Thomassin-Naggara; Paris/FR
Moderator: G. Esen; Istanbul/TR
Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room D1
SS 602bBreast ultrasound
B. Ultrasound [A-641]
A. Evans; Dundee/UK
[K-12, B-0526 – B-0535]
A. Mammography [A-640]
U. Bick; Berlin/DE
C. MRI [A-642]
M.H. Fuchsjäger; Graz/AT
Moderators: B. Brkljačić; Zagreb/HR
A. Domingo; Tarragona/ES
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Breast
5
March
Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Room M 5
SS 1502Breast density: an update
Cardiac
2
March
[B-1116 – B-1126]
[B-0045 – B-0055]
Moderators: F. Bamberg; Tübingen/DE
R. Dore; Pavia/IT
Moderators: I. Baglio, Verona/IT
R. Schulz-Wendtland; Erlangen/DE
5
March
Saturday, March 5, 16:00–17:30, Room F2
RC 1602Tomosynthesis:
the new mammography
2
March
Moderators: F. Cademartiri; Rotterdam/NL
G. Feuchtner; Innsbruck/AT
A. Should we abandon 2D mammography? [A-702]
S. Zackrisson; Malmö/SE
2
March
6
Sunday, March 6, 10:30–12:00, Room C
SS 1802Digital breast tomosynthesis: an update
[K-27, B-1127 – B-1136]
Moderators: J. Broncano; Cordoba/ES
A. de Roos; Leiden/NL
2
March
6
Sunday, March 6, 14:00–15:30, Room A
SS 1902aMultiparametric breast MRI, PET
[K-34, B-1253 – B-1262]
Moderators: R. Fischbach; Hamburg/DE
M. Francone; Rome/IT
2
March
Moderators: E.M. Fallenberg; Berlin/DE
G. Forrai; Budapest/HU
6
March
Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Room M 3
SS 303bCT perfusion
[B-0376 – B-0386]
Moderators: T. Knogler; Vienna/AT
A. Selim; Cairo/EG
March
Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Room N
SS 303aCardiomyopathies (2)
[B-0248 – B-0258]
C. The future of mammography: my predictions [A-704]
E.M. Fallenberg; Berlin/DE
March
Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room M 3
SS 203bThe evolving role of cardiac CT
[K-01, B-0174 – B-0183]
Moderator: D. Bernardi; Trento/IT
B. Clinical validation and results in the last 5 years:
where do we stand? [A-703]
P. Skaane; Oslo/NO
Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room N
SS 203aCardiomyopathies (1)
Wednesday, March 2, 16:00–17:30, Room M 2
RC 403Imaging of cardiac valves:
new trends
Moderator: G. Roditi; Glasgow/UK
A. Echocardiography remains the reference technique
[A-113]
F. Knebel; Berlin/DE
Sunday, March 6, 14:00–15:30, Room C
SS 1902bPreoperative imaging, neoadjuvant
chemotherapy, imaging of the axilla
B. MRI is the best comprehensive approach [A-114]
M. Francone; Rome/IT
[B-1273 – B-1283]
C. Does CT have a role in diagnosing valvular disease?
[A-115]
G. Feuchtner; Innsbruck/AT
Moderators: C. Dromain; Villejuif/FR
P. Panizza; Milan/IT
3
March
Thursday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Room M 2
RC 503Novel ways to assess
myocardial tissue
Moderator: G. Bastarrika; Pamplona/ES
A. T1 mapping: technical considerations [A-186]
M.R. Makowski; Berlin/DE
B. T2 mapping: technical considerations [A-187]
C. Tessa; Lido di Camaiore/IT
C. Clinical use of T1 and T2 mapping [A-188]
A. de Roos; Leiden/NL
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Cardiac
3
March
Chest
Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room N
SS 603Evolving techniques
2
March
Wednesday, March 2, 08:30–10:00, Room D1
RC 104Pneumonia
[B-0452 – B-0462]
» Chairman’s introduction [A-027]
I.E. Tyurin; Moscow/RU
Moderators: A.J.B.S. Madureira; Porto/PT
M. Meyer; Mannheim/DE
3
March
A. Community-acquired pneumonia [A-028]
I. Hartmann; Rotterdam/NL
B. Tuberculosis [A-029]
E. Castañer; Sabadell/ES
Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room M 3
SS 703Epidemiology, prognosis and trials
C. Fungal pneumonia in immunocompromised hosts
[A-030]
J. Mayer; Heidelberg/DE
[B-0740 – B-0750]
Moderators: C. Colantoni; Milan/IT
K. Gruszczynska; Katowice/PL
3
March
Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Room M 2
RC 803Imaging of heart failure
» Panel discussion: What is the role of radiologists in
the diagnosis and management of lung infections?
2
March
[B-0109 – B-0119]
» Chairman’s introduction [A-298]
C. Loewe; Vienna/AT
A. Current ESC and AHA guidelines: how to choose
imaging techniques in heart failure patients? [A-299]
J.T. Ortiz-Pérez; Barcelona/ES
B. Differentiating the causes for heart failure:
is MRI the indisputable gold standard? [A-300]
T. Leiner; Utrecht/NL
Moderators: E.E.J.G. Coche; Brussels/BE
J. Dinkel; Munich/DE
2
March
Moderators: P. Ciet; Rotterdam/NL
W.F.M. De Wever; Leuven/BE
» Panel discussion: What is the preferred
comprehensive imaging test in heart failure?
4
Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room N
SS 1003CT of the coronary arteries
[K-21, B-0783 – B-0792]
Moderators: D. Brisbois; Liège/BE
J.M. Kerl; Darmstadt/DE
5
March
Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Room M 1
SS 1503Interventional applications
[B-1072 – B-1082]
Moderators: D. Maintz; Cologne/DE
E. Pershina; Moscow/RU
6
March
Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Room D1
SS 304Lung MRI
[B-0312 – B-0322]
C. SPECT as an alternative imaging technique [A-301]
F. Caobelli; Hannover/DE
March
Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room D1
SS 204Pulmonary vessels and perfusion
2
March
Wednesday, March 2, 16:00–17:30, Room D1
RC 404Pulmonary embolism persistent controversies
» Chairman’s introduction [A-093]
M. Rémy-Jardin; Lille/FR
A. Subsegmental PE, incidental PE: diagnosis and
management [A-094]
C.M. Schaefer-Prokop; Amersfoort/NL
B. CT not available, contraindicated, or inconclusive:
what to do? [A-095]
E.J.R. van Beek; Edinburgh/UK
C. Can we predict outcome from imaging? [A-096]
B. Ghaye; Brussels/BE
» Panel discussion: How to optimise patient
management?
Sunday, March 6, 10:30–12:00, Room N
SS 1803MR (1)
[B-1148 – B-1158]
Moderators: A. Jacquier; Marseille/FR
K. Pagonidis; Iraklion/GR
6
March
Sunday, March 6, 14:00–15:30, Room N
SS 1903MR (2)
[B-1305 – B-1315]
Moderators: A. Esposito; Milan/IT
C. Herzog; Munich/DE
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Chest
3
March
Thursday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Room D1
RC 504HRCT - patterns in chest radiology:
back to basics and beyond
4
March
» Chairman’s introduction [A-165]
H. Prosch; Vienna/AT
» Chairman’s introduction [A-469]
N. Karabulut; Denizli/TR
A. Secondary pulmonary lobule anatomy:
essential to tackle with the nodular pattern [A-166]
T. Frauenfelder; Zurich/CH
A. Silicosis and coal workers’ pneumoconiosis [A-470]
K. Marten-Engelke; Göttingen/DE
B. Asbestos-related disease [A-471]
S.J. Copley; London/UK
B. Linear and reticular pattern [A-167]
F. Molinari; Lille/FR
C. Hypersensitivity pneumonitis [A-472]
P.-Y. Brillet; Bobigny/FR
C. Ground glass opacities (GGO) and consolidation
[A-168]
J. Vogel-Claussen; Hannover/DE
» Panel discussion: Is it always easy to detect
a pattern? Tips for success
3
March
» Panel discussion: What are the key findings for
diagnosing occupational lung diseases?
5
March
Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room M 3
SS 604Spectral CT, advanced CT analysis and
emphysema
Moderators: F. Molinari; Lille/FR
M. Silva; Parma/IT
3
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5
March
A. The crucial role of chest x-ray:
mediastinal lines and stripes [A-643]
E.E.J.G. Coche; Brussels/BE
Moderators: G. Aviram; Tel Aviv/IL
E. Jon; Vitoria/ES
Friday, March 4, 08:30–10:00, Room D1
RC 904Low dose and no-dose chest imaging:
opportunities and limitations
B. Mediastinal masses: role of CT [A-644]
M. Occhipinti; Rome/IT
C. A new look at the mediastinum:
role of MRI and PET/CT [A-645]
F.L. Giesel; Heidelberg/DE
6
March
Moderator: A.P. Parkar; Bergen/NO
C. US [A-349]
F. Gleeson; Oxford/UK
4
March
Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room D1
SS 1004Imaging methods:
something old, something new
Sunday, March 6, 10:30–12:00, Room D1
SS 1804COPD and infiltrative lung diseases
[K-28, B-1211 – B-1220]
A. Low-dose CT [A-347]
O. Buckley; Dublin/IE
B. MRI [A-348]
J. Dinkel; Munich/DE
Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Room D1
RC 1504Mediastinal disease revisited
Moderator: A. Persson; Linköping/SE
Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room D1
SS 704Lung cancer
[K-16, B-0676 – B-0685]
4
March
Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room D1
SS 1404Chest CT dose reduction
[K-25, B-0985 – B-0994]
Moderators: T. Henzler; Mannheim/DE
D. Tack; Baudour/BE
[B-0580 – B-0590]
March
Friday, March 4, 16:00–17:30, Room D1
RC 1204Occupational lung diseases:
the known and the less known
Moderators: D. Kienzl-Palma; Vienna/AT
A. Oikonomou; Toronto, ON/CA
6
March
Sunday, March 6, 14:00–15:30, Room D1
SS 1904Computer-based quantification and
texture analysis
[B-1358 – B-1368]
Moderators: R. Cesar; Golnik/SI
M. Regier; Hamburg/DE
[B-0846 – B-0856]
Moderators: E.J. Stern; Seattle, WA/US
M. Toepker; Vienna/AT
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Computer Applications
2
March
Wednesday, March 2, 08:30–10:00, Room N
RC 105Daily use of mobile devices
in radiology
Molecular Imaging
2
March
» Chairman’s introduction [A-012]
O. Ratib; Geneva/CH
Moderator: T.H. Helbich; Vienna/AT
A. Advanced MRI techniques [A-042]
C.A. Cuénod; Paris/FR
A. What did mobile devices change in radiology
education? [A-013]
E. Kotter; Freiburg/DE
B. Advanced PET imaging techniques [A-043]
T. Beyer; Vienna/AT
B. Is it appropriate to read a study on a smartphone or a
tablet? [A-014]
E. Neri; Pisa/IT
C. Security and ethical issues of mobile device
technology [A-015]
E.R. Ranschaert; ‘s-Hertogenbosch/NL
» Panel discussion: Will mobile technology overcome
stationary technology in radiology?
2
March
[B-0227 – B-0237]
3
March
C. Clinical applications of quantitative hybrid imaging
in oncology [A-044]
L. Umutlu; Essen/DE
2
March
Moderators: S. Chatziioannou; Athens/GR
E. Lopci; Rozzano/IT
4
March
Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room Z
SS 605Image processing techniques (1)
Moderators: S. Bickelhaupt; Heidelberg/DE
M. de Bruijne; Rotterdam/NL
5
A. Preclinical MR/PET imaging of cancer [A-364]
C. Kuntner-Hannes; Seibersdorf/AT
Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room N
RC 1405Will the good old
PACS disappear?
B. What about nano-technology? [A-365]
F.M.A. Kiessling; Aachen/DE
» Chairman’s introduction [A-579]
D. Regge; Turin/IT
D. View of the radiographer [A-367]
R. Harris; London/UK
A. It’s time for PACS replacement: how-to guide,
recommendations and pitfalls [A-580]
S. Morozov; Moscow/RU
» Panel discussion: How to set-up an attractive
programme
B. Enterprise-based vendor-neutral archiving:
is this the future of PACS? [A-581]
J. Fernandez-Bayó; Sabadell/ES
C. View of the young researcher [A-366]
D. Berritto; Acerra/IT
4
March
C. Does PACS into the cloud means PACS evaporates? [A-582]
J. Schillebeeckx; Knokke/BE
6
Sunday, March 6, 10:30–12:00, Room Z
SS 1805Image processing techniques (2)
[B-1137 – B-1147]
Moderators: A. Alberich-Bayarri; Valencia/ES
U. Bick; Berlin/DE
6
March
Sunday, March 6, 14:00–15:30, Room Z
SS 1905Quality control and safety issues in radiology
Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room M 3
SS 1006Advanced hybrid imaging in oncology
[K-22, B-0899 – B-0908]
Moderators: A.M. Herneth; Vienna/AT
N.N.
» Panel discussion: How will increased interconnection
affect radiologist’s day-to-day life?
March
Friday, March 4, 08:30–10:00, Room M 1
RC 906Preclinical imaging as a driver
for translational research:
how I do it
» Chairman’s introduction [A-363]
J. Hodler; Zurich/CH
[B-0430 – B-0440]
March
Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room Z
SS 206PET/CT and MR in oncology
[B-0023 – B-0033]
Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Room Z
SS 305Developing tools for clinical workflow
management
Moderators: L. Faggioni; Pisa/IT
B. Gibaud; Rennes/FR
Wednesday, March 2, 08:30–10:00, Room M 1
RC 106Molecular imaging:
what can we quantify?
5
March
Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room Z
SS 1406Advanced experimental imaging
[B-0931 – B-0941]
Moderators: S. Walker-Samuel; London/UK
B. Wängler; Mannheim/DE
[K-35, B-1284 – B-1293]
Moderators: R. Salvador; Barcelona/ES
P.M.A. van Ooijen; Groningen/NL
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Genitourinary
2
March
Wednesday, March 2, 08:30–10:00, Room K
RC 107Pitfalls in gynaecologic oncologic
imaging: how to avoid them and
minimise risks
4
March
» Chairman’s introduction [A-450]
C.D. Alt; Düsseldorf/DE
» Chairman’s introduction [A-035]
E. Sala; New York, NY/US
2
March
Friday, March 4, 16:00–17:30, Studio 2016
RC 1207MRI for gynaecologic imaging:
how I do it
A. Mistakes in assessment of cervical cancer [A-036]
K. Downey; London/UK
A. Basics of patient preparation and T2W-imaging
[A-451]
N.M. deSouza; Sutton/UK
B. Mistakes in assessment of endometrial cancer [A-037]
T.M. Cunha; Lisbon/PT
B. Contrast agents [A-452]
R.A. Kubik-Huch; Baden/CH
C. Mistakes in assessment of ovarian masses [A-038]
I. Thomassin-Naggara; Paris/FR
C. Diffusion and ADC [A-453]
E. Sala; New York, NY/US
» Panel discussion: How can we improve
interdisciplinary communication and avoid
misunderstanding in our reports?
» Panel discussion: Multiparametric MRI of the female
pelvis - should it replace tailored protocols?
5
March
Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room K
SS 207Technical advances
Saturday, March 5, 08:30–10:00, Studio 2016
RC 1307Lessons I learned from mistakes
in kidney and adrenal imaging
[B-0131 – B-0141]
» Chairman’s introduction [A-525]
S.M. Dudea; Cluj-Napoca/RO
Moderators: U.G. Mueller-Lisse; Munich/DE
R. Turkay; Istanbul/TR
2
March
A. Renal cancer [A-526]
T. Bäuerle; Erlangen/DE
B. PET/CT in nephrourology [A-527]
P.A.T. Baltzer; Vienna/AT
Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Room K
SS 307Prostate cancer:
targeted biopsy and beyond
C. Common mistakes in tumour percutaneous
radiofrequency ablation [A-528]
J.-M. Correas; Paris/FR
[B-0334 – B-0344]
» Panel discussion: How to manage small lesions of the
kidneys incidentally detected in abdominal imaging
Moderators: K. Downey; London/UK
M. Meissnitzer; Salzburg/AT
3
March
Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Studio 2016
SS 607aFemale pelvis
[K-13, B-0463 – B-0472]
Moderators: O. Nikolic; Novi Sad/RS
K. Pyra; Lublin/PL
3
March
5
March
Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Studio 2016
SS 1407Multi-parametric MR of prostate cancer:
an update
[K-26, B-0942 – B-0951]
Moderators: D. Junker; Innsbruck/AT
J.C. Vilanova; Girona/ES
Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room M 2
SS 607bNew frontiers:
urolithiasis and renal function
[B-0569 – B-0579]
Moderators: M.-F. Bellin; Le Kremlin-Bicêtre/FR
J. Lopes Dias; Lisbon/PT
3
March
Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room K
SS 707Prostate cancer:
routine and novel MRI techniques
[B-0697 – B-0707]
Moderators: D. Bonekamp; Hirschberg/DE
N.C. Cowan; Portsmouth/UK
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Genitourinary
6
March
Sunday, March 6, 08:30–10:00, Studio 2016
RC 1707Prostate imaging: how I do it
Head and Neck
2
March
Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room M 1
SS 208Orbits and olfaction
[K-02, B-0153 – B-0162]
» Chairman’s introduction [A-739]
H.-P. Schlemmer; Heidelberg/DE
A. Detection and assessment of aggressiveness [A-740]
P. Puech; Lille/FR
B. Image-guided biopsy and staging [A-741]
J.J. Fütterer; Nijmegen/NL
Moderators: L.S. Politi; Worcester, MA/US
T. Rodt; Hannover/DE
2
March
C. Role of imaging in active surveillance and detection
of recurrence [A-742]
V. Logager; Copenhagen/DK
» Panel discussion: Multiparametric MRI: what are the
challenges and strategies to solve these?
6
March
[B-0355 – B-0365]
Moderators: G. Conte; Milan/IT
C. Czerny; Vienna/AT
2
March
Sunday, March 6, 10:30–12:00, Room K
SS 1807Tumours of the urinary tract and
adrenals
A. Salivary gland imaging with ultrasound [A-072]
S. Colley; Birmingham/UK
Moderators: G. Heinz-Peer; St. Pölten/AT
R. Huzjan Korunić; Zagreb/HR
6
Sunday, March 6, 14:00–15:30, Room L8
SS 1907Imaging of the reproductive system
[B-1326 – B-1335]
B. Masses of the soft parts of the neck [A-073]
S. Robinson; Vienna/AT
C. Lymph nodes: differential diagnosis and
fine-needle aspiration [A-074]
R. Maroldi; Brescia/IT
3
March
Moderators: G. Masselli; Rome/IT
K.B. Puzakov; Moscow/RU
Wednesday, March 2, 16:00–17:30, Room N
RC 408Head and neck imaging:
don’t sell your ultrasound yet!
Moderator: D.-A. Varoquaux; Marseille/FR
[B-1232 – B-1242]
March
Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Room M 1
SS 308Salivary glands, neck, parathyroid
Thursday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Room N
RC 508Pathways for tumour spread
Moderator: R. Hermans; Leuven/BE
A. Pathways for oral cavity and oropharynx
tumour spread [A-141]
A. Borges; Lisbon/PT
B. Pathways for nasopharyngeal tumour spread
including perineural spread [A-142]
V. Chong; Singapore/SG
C. Pathway for laryngeal and hypopharyngeal
tumour spread [A-143]
R. Kohler; Sion/CH
3
March
Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room M 1
SS 608Pre- and post-operative imaging
in oncology
[B-0558 – B-0568]
Moderators: A. Borges; Lisbon/PT
S. Steens; Nijmegen/NL
3
March
Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room M 1
SS 708Temporal bone
[K-17, B-0719 – B-0728]
Moderators: S. Kösling; Halle a.d. Saale/DE
K. Markiet; Gdansk/PL
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Head and Neck
3
March
Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Room N
RC 808Paediatric: how we do head and neck
imaging in children
Interventional Radiology
2
March
Moderator: N.J.M. Freling; Amsterdam/NL
» Chairman’s introduction [A-045]
A. Adam; London/UK
A. Temporal bone [A-252]
B. De Foer; Antwerp/BE
4
March
B. Oral, paranasal sinuses and orbit [A-253]
M. Lell; Erlangen/DE
A. Cone-beam CT in vascular and non-vascular
interventional procedures [A-046]
T.F. Jakobs; Munich/DE
C. Cysts and lumps in the neck [A-254]
A. Ailianou; Geneva/CH
B. US image fusion [A-047]
G.H. Mostbeck; Vienna/AT
C. How can we improve targeting in image-guided
interventions: stereotaxis, robotics and advanced
techniques [A-048]
L.A. Solbiati; Rozzano/IT
Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room M 1
SS 1008Maxillofacial imaging
» Panel discussion: Practical and economic issues in
using high-end guidance for interventional radiology
[B-0877 – B-0887]
Moderators: N.I. Traykova; Plovdiv/BG
G. Widmann; Innsbruck/AT
2
March
5
March
Wednesday, March 2, 08:30–10:00, Room M 3
RC 109Image fusion for image-guided
interventions
Saturday, March 5, 08:30–10:00, Room N
RC 1308Pitfalls in interpretation of head and
neck disease
Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room D2
SS 209Ablation outside the liver
[B-0120 – B-0130]
Moderators: G. Carrafiello; Varese/IT
M. Tsitskari; Athens/GR
Moderator: J. Frühwald-Pallamar; Vienna/AT
A. Anatomical variants without clinical consequence
[A-522]
F.A. Pameijer; Utrecht/NL
2
March
B. Anatomical variants posing surgical risks [A-523]
D. Farina; Brescia/IT
[B-0323 – B-0333]
Moderators: A. Diamantopoulos; London/UK
S. Marcia; Cagliari/IT
C. Distinct head and neck disease or systemic disease?
[A-524]
B.F. Schuknecht; Zurich/CH
5
March
2
March
Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room M 1
SS 1408Thyroid nodules
[B-1017 – B-1027]
Moderators: K.S.S. Bhatia; Shatin/HK
R.K. Lingam; London/UK
Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Room D2
SS 309Musculoskeletal
Wednesday, March 2, 16:00–17:30, Room M 3
RC 409Basic principles of percutaneous
tumour ablation
» Chairman’s introduction [A-116]
T. de Baère; Villejuif/FR
A. Thermal ablation with RF [A-117]
F. Orsi; Milan/IT
B. Microwave ablation: what is the difference? [A-118]
P.L. Pereira; Heilbronn/DE
C. Cryoablation: ice can be better than heat [A-119]
D.J. Breen; Southampton/UK
D. Irreversible electroporation: principles, technique and
clinical applications [A-120]
A. Nilsson; Uppsala/SE
» Panel discussion: Selection of ablation modalities:
operator’s preference or evidence-based?
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Interventional Radiology
3
March
Thursday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Room M 3
RC 509Imaging and endovascular treatment of
pulmonary embolism
4
March
[B-0857 – B-0865]
Moderators: T. Albrecht; Berlin/DE
J. Garnon; Strasbourg/FR
» Chairman’s introduction [A-189]
B. Peynircioglu; Ankara/TR
A. Imaging algorithm for pulmonary embolism [A-190]
B. Ghaye; Brussels/BE
B. What is new in the recently published guidelines for
pulmonary embolism treatment? [A-191]
R. Uberoi; Oxford/UK
5
March
3
March
6
March
Sunday, March 6, 10:30–12:00, Room D2
SS 1809Peri- and postprocedural imaging
[B-1222 – B-1231]
Moderators: O. Akhan; Ankara/TR
D. Kuhelj; Ljubljana/SI
3
Moderators: R.F. Dondelinger; Liège/BE
C. Schmid-Tannwald; Munich/DE
Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room D2
SS 609Non-vascular techniques in the
abdomen
[B-0536 – B-0546]
March
Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room D2
SS 1409Intra-arterial therapies in the liver
[B-0995 – B-1005]
C. Updates on the endovascular treatment of massive
and submassive pulmonary embolism [A-192]
S.C. Spiliopoulos; Patras/GR
» Panel discussion: Appropriate diagnosis and risk
stratification in the management of acute massive
and acute sub-massive pulmonary embolism
Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room D2
SS 1009Liver ablation
Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Room M 3
RC 809Current trends in transarterial
chemoembolisation (TACE) and
radioembolisation for HCC
Moderators: A. Bharadwaz; Aarhus/DK
A.D. Kelekis; Athens/GR
6
March
Sunday, March 6, 14:00–15:30, Room D2
SS 1909Endovascular
[K-36, B-1369 – B-1378]
Moderators: V. Bérczi; Budapest/HU
M. Krokidis; Cambridge/UK
» Chairman’s introduction [A-302]
A. Denys; Lausanne/CH
A. Imaging in therapy planning and follow-up [A-303]
L. Crocetti; Pisa/IT
B. TACE and TAE for HCC: new agents, new schedules,
new combinations [A-304]
K. Malagari; Athens/GR
C. Radioembolisation: critical appraisal of techniques
and guidelines for treatment [A-305]
J.I. Bilbao; Pamplona/ES
» Panel discussion: The intermediate HCC patient: how
can we stratify patients and allocate them to different
therapies?
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Musculoskeletal
2
March
Wednesday, March 2, 08:30–10:00, Room E1
RC 110The elbow:
a comprehensive approach
3
March
» Chairman’s introduction [A-020]
A. Alcalá-Galiano; Madrid/ES
» Chairman’s introduction [A-153]
M. Reijnierse; Leiden/NL
A. The tendons: anatomy, pathology and intervention
[A-021]
P. Peetrons; Brussels/BE
A. Rheumatoid arthritis: what does MRI show and how
do I do it? [A-154]
I. Sudoł-Szopińska; Warsaw/PL
B. Ligament injury and instability: what to look for and
what to say [A-022]
M.C. De Jonge; Amsterdam/NL
B. The axial skeleton in spondyloarthritis: conventional
radiograph to MRI [A-155]
R. Campbell; Liverpool/UK
C. Nerve entrapment at the elbow [A-023]
L.M. Sconfienza; San Donato Milanese/IT
C. Ultrasound in inflammatory arthritis:
what does it show and what does it mean? [A-156]
A. Klauser; Innsbruck/AT
» Panel discussion: US, CT, conventional MR, high field
MR: what to choose when?
2
March
Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room E1
SS 210Trauma and inflammation
[K-03, B-0067 – B-0076]
» Panel discussion: How practical is it for radiologists
to support ultrasound and MRI for clinical
rheumatology? Is it something the rheumatologists
should undertake themselves?
3
March
Moderators: R. Hemke; Amsterdam/NL
I.-M. Noebauer-Huhmann; Vienna/AT
2
March
Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Room E1
SS 310Ultrasound
[B-0270 – B-0280]
Wednesday, March 2, 16:00–17:30, Room E1
RC 410Bone trauma in the axial skeleton:
patterns of injury and how I
describe them
Moderators: G. Guglielmi; Andria/IT
A.S. Issever; Berlin/DE
3
March
Moderators: E.H.G. Oei; Rotterdam/NL
S. Trattnig; Vienna/AT
3
March
Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room E1
SS 710Muscles
[B-0634 – B-0644]
Moderators: J. Oudeman; Amsterdam/NL
D.J. Wilson; Oxford/UK
A. Thoracic and lumbar spine [A-075]
V.N. Cassar-Pullicino; Oswestry/UK
C. Acetabulum [A-077]
A. Kassarjian; Majadahonda/ES
Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room G
SS 610bCartilage assessment
[B-0547 – B-0557]
Moderator: D. Spira; Heidelberg/DE
B. Pelvis [A-076]
K. Verstraete; Ghent/BE
Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room E1
SS 610aBody composition
[B-0484 – B-0494]
Moderators: P. Peetrons; Brussels/BE
L.M. Sconfienza; San Donato Milanese/IT
2
March
Thursday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Room E1
RC 510Inflammatory arthritis:
beyond the radiograph
3
March
Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Room E1
RC 810Sports injuries to the knee:
improving my report
» Chairman’s introduction [A-260]
V. Vasilevska Nikodinovska; Skopje/MK
A. Reporting meniscal tears: pitfalls and how I
avoid them [A-261]
G. Andreisek; Zurich/CH
B. The collateral ligaments and posterolateral corner:
what are they, why do they matter and how do I
assess them? [A-262]
U. Aydingoz; Ankara/TR
C. Imaging the reconstructed ACL in athletes:
how to assess and what to report [A-263]
A.P. Parkar; Bergen/NO
» Panel discussion: How will the patient and clinician
be most helped by our report, and is there a role
for structured reporting?
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Musculoskeletal
4
March
Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room E1
SS 1010aOncology
Neuro
2
March
[K-24, B-0804 – B-0812]
Moderator: P. Due-Tønnessen; Oslo/NO
Moderators: S. Boudabbous; Geneva/CH
K. Wörtler; Munich/DE
4
March
A. Alcohol-related changes in the brain [A-039]
M. Knauth; Goettingen/DE
B. Recreational drugs and occupational hazards [A-040]
L. Reneman; Amsterdam/NL
Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room M 4
SS 1010bHip and shoulder
C. Treatment-induced effects on the brain parenchyma
[A-041]
J. Alvarez-Linera; Madrid/ES
[B-0909 – B-0918]
Moderators: S.E. Anderson; Baden/CH
T. Geith; Munich/DE
4
March
2
March
A. Imaging the diabetic foot [A-458]
J. Kramer; Linz/AT
Moderators: N. Bargalló; Barcelona/ES
I. Koerte; Munich/DE
2
March
B. MSK manifestations of non-malignant
haematological disease [A-459]
A.H. Karantanas; Iraklion/GR
C. MSK manifestations of renal disease [A-460]
G. Guglielmi; Andria/IT
5
March
Moderators: H. Hanelore; Cluj-Napoca/RO
A. Rovira-Cañellas; Barcelona/ES
2
Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room E1
SS 1410Applications in CT and MR: something
old, something new
5
Moderators: A. Falini; Milan/IT
F.P. Kuhn; Zurich/CH
2
March
A. The normal MRI: techniques and anatomy [A-628]
E. Llopis; Valencia/ES
Moderators: N. Pyatigorskaya; Paris/FR
M.A. van Buchem; Leiden/NL
2
March
» Panel discussion: How are the indications for MR
arthography in the shoulder changing?
6
March
Sunday, March 6, 10:30–12:00, Room E1
SS 1810Ligaments, tendons and joints
Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Room M 5
SS 311cNeurovascular interventions (1)
[K-08, B-0398 – B-0407]
B. Rotator cuff tears: what are they and what
do they look like? [A-629]
K.-F. Kreitner; Mainz/DE
C. Patterns of instability: what does the MRI show? [A-630]
A.J. Grainger; Leeds/UK
Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Room M 4
SS 311bDementia
[B-0387 – B-0397]
Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Room E1
RC 1510Shoulder MRI: mastering technique and
making my report relevant
» Chairman’s introduction [A-627]
M. Maas; Amsterdam/NL
Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Room E2
SS 311aCerebral tumours (1)
[K-07, B-0281 – B-0290]
[B-0952 – B-0962]
March
Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room M 5
SS 211bGadolinium deposition and trauma
[B-0195 – B-0205]
March
Moderators: A. Cotten; Lille/FR
J. Fereirra, Lisbon/PT
Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room E2
SS 211aPaediatric and epilepsy
[B-0077 – B-0087]
Friday, March 4, 16:00–17:30, Room E1
RC 1210Systemic disease: what to look for
in the musculoskeletal system
Moderator: A. Cotten; Lille/FR
Wednesday, March 2, 08:30–10:00, Room G
RC 111Toxic brain disorders
Moderators: A. Biondi; Besançon/FR
H.P. Schemuth; Essen/DE
3
March
Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room E2
SS 611Cerebrovascular disease (1)
[K-14, B-0495 – B-0504]
Moderators: K.M. Thierfelder; Munich/DE
P. Vilela; Almada/PT
[K-29, B-1180 – B-1189]
Moderators: A.H. Karantanas; Iraklion/GR
A. Sachs; Vienna/AT
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Neuro
3
March
Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room E2
SS 711Cerebrovascular disease (2)
5
March
[B-0645 – B-0654]
[B-1050 – B-1060]
Moderators: U. Lamot; Ljubljana/SI
Z. Merhemic; Sarajevo/BA
4
March
Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Studio 2016
SS 1011aNeurovascular interventions (2)
Moderators: J.H. Gillard; Cambridge/UK
S. Looby; Dublin/IE
5
March
[B-0793 – B-0803]
4
A. White spots and blots in the brain: what are they?
[A-655]
T.A. Yousry; London/UK
B. How can I improve my reporting of T2-hyperintense
lesions? [A-656]
A. Rovira-Cañellas; Barcelona/ES
Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room E2
SS 1011bCerebrovascular disease (3)
[B-0813 – B-0823]
Moderators: M. Buruian; Targu-Mures/RO
T. Rostovtseva; St. Petersburg/RU
4
March
C. Is there a need for quantitative reporting of white
matter lesions? [A-657]
F. Barkhof; London/UK, Amsterdam/NL
5
March
Friday, March 4, 16:00–17:30, Room G
RC 1211Cerebrovascular disease
Moderators: K.-O. Løvblad; Geneva/CH
R. Woitek; Vienna/AT
5
March
B. Detecting microhaemorrhages: why are they
important? What are they? Should we use GRE T2* or
SWI or both? [A-481]
H.R. Jäger; London/UK
5
March
Moderator: S. Rohde; Dortmund/DE
A. A critical appraisal of the current literature [A-716]
W. van Zwam; Maastricht/NL
Saturday, March 5, 08:30–10:00, Room G
RC 1311Reporting the degenerative
lumbar spine
C. Endovascular stroke treatment: ethical and
economical concerns [A-718]
K.-O. Løvblad; Geneva/CH
A. Disc nomenclature: how I make my report [A-565]
J. Rankine; Leeds/UK
B. Which techniques can we use to reopen an occluded
cerebral blood vessel? [A-717]
T. van der Zijden; Edegem/BE
6
March
C. What to say and not to say in your report [A-567]
M.M. Thurnher; Vienna/AT
Moderators: S. Morozova; Moscow/RU
J. Van Goethem; Antwerp/BE
6
March
Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room E2
SS 1411aCerebrovascular disease (4)
[B-0963 – B-0973]
Moderators: D. Bos; Rotterdam/NL
C. Calli; Izmir/TR
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Sunday, March 6, 10:30–12:00, Room E2
SS 1811Spine
[K-30, B-1190 – B-1199]
B. Don’t forget the facet joints and posterior elements
[A-566]
L. van den Hauwe; Antwerp/BE
5
Saturday, March 5, 16:00–17:30, Room G
RC 1611Update on endovascular stroke treatment:
a medical breakthrough?
C. Cerebral perfusion studies in cerebrovascular disease:
techniques, indications and applications [A-482]
P.M. Parizel; Antwerp/BE
Moderator: D. Zlatareva; Sofia/BG
March
Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Room M 4
SS 1511Multiple sclerosis
[B-1105 – B-1115]
Moderator: M. Vernooij; Rotterdam/NL
A. Vascular distribution territories: arterial and venous
[A-480]
A. Dörfler; Erlangen/DE
Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Room G
RC 1511White spots in the brain
Moderator: E.T. Tali; Ankara/TR
Moderators: T. Kau; Klagenfurt/AT
S. Haller; Geneva/CH
March
Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room M 4
SS 1411bCerebral tumours (2)
Sunday, March 6, 14:00–15:30, Room E2
SS 1911Movement disorders and
neurodegenerative diseases
[B-1337 – B-1347]
Moderators: L. Haider; Vienna/AT
S. Lehéricy; Paris/FR
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Paediatric
2
March
Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room M 2
SS 212Brain and neck
4
March
[B-0163 – B-0173]
[B-0888 – B-0898]
Moderators: P. Gulino; Florence/IT
D. Prayer; Vienna/AT
2
March
Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Room M 2
SS 312Thorax and musculoskeletal
Moderators: G. Kasprian; Vienna/AT
G. Papaioannou; Athens/GR
4
March
[K-09, B-0366 – B-0375]
Moderators: C. Balassy; Vienna/AT
Z. Yazici; Bursa/TR
2
March
A. Key issues in the x-ray department [A-444]
E. Sorantin; Graz/AT
B. Dose reduction and image quality in paediatric CT
[A-445]
R.A.J. Nievelstein; Utrecht/NL
Moderator: W. Hirsch; Leipzig/DE
C. Patient compliance and motion-free protocols
in general paediatric MRI [A-446]
G.K. Schneider; Homburg a.d. Saar/DE
A. Congenital anomalies of the chest [A-069]
M. Haliloglu; Ankara/TR
B. Lung infection and its complications [A-070]
M.L. Lobo; Lisbon/PT
3
March
Thursday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Room O
RC 512Imaging of foetus and infant
Moderator: A.M. Taylor; London/UK
A. Foetal neuro imaging [A-138]
A. Rossi; Genoa/IT
B. Foetal body imaging [A-139]
F.E. Avni; Lille/FR
C. Neonatal urinary tract imaging [A-140]
M. Riccabona; Graz/AT
4
March
Friday, March 4, 16:00–17:30, Room O
RC 1212Key issues in paediatric
imaging
» Chairman’s introduction [A-443]
J. Portelli; Msida/MT
Wednesday, March 2, 16:00–17:30, Room O
RC 412Chest imaging in paediatrics
C. Imaging interstitial lung disease in children:
update 2016 [A-071]
M.P. García-Peña; Barcelona/ES
Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room M 2
SS 1012Abdominal and foetal imaging
» Panel discussion: What are the essentials in education
and training for paediatric imaging?
5
March
Saturday, March 5, 08:30–10:00, Room O
RC 1312Imaging children with cancer
Moderator: P. Tomà; Rome/IT
A. Imaging of abdominal masses at diagnosis:
clues for benignity vs malignancy [A-519]
A.M.J.B. Smets; Amsterdam/NL
B. From whole body MRI to MR/PET [A-520]
J. Schäfer; Tübingen/DE
C. Imaging of complications of therapy [A-521]
K. McHugh; London/UK
Friday, March 4, 08:30–10:00, Room O
RC 912Hepatobiliary imaging
in children
Moderator: M. Raissaki; Iraklion/GR
A. Imaging of liver masses [A-318]
H. Woodley; Leeds/UK
B. Imaging of biliary disorders [A-319]
S.G.F. Robben; Maastricht/NL
C. Intervention in the hepatobiliary system [A-320]
S. Franchi-Abella; Le Kremlin-Bicêtre/FR
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Physics in Radiology
2
March
Wednesday, March 2, 08:30–10:00, Room D2
RC 113Single-dual-multi-energy CT
3
March
» Chairman’s introduction [A-031]
J. Damilakis; Iraklion/GR
A. Basics of diagnostic dual energy CT [A-032]
T. Klinder; Hamburg/DE
» Chairman’s introduction [A-169]
A. Torresin; Milan/IT
B. Photon counting detector technology for
diagnostic CT [A-033]
M. Danielsson; Stockholm/SE
A. Radiation risk: a patient’s perspective [A-170]
E. Briers; Hasselt/BE
B. Radiation risks for patients and staff [A-171]
P. Gilligan; Dublin/IE
C. Do we really need multi-energy CT? [A-034]
S.T. Schindera; Basle/CH
C. Risk in MRI [A-172]
R. Peeters; Leuven/BE
» Panel discussion: How many energies do
we need in CT?
2
March
Thursday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Room D2
RC 513How to assess and communicate
examination risks to patients and
referring physicians?
D. Communicating risks to patients and the public [A-173]
N. Leitgeb; Graz/AT
» Panel discussion: How real are the risks and how do
we communicate them?
Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room F2
SS 213CT imaging: effects of body size and
use of iterative reconstruction
[K-04, B-0099 – B-0108]
Moderators: B.M. Gramer; Munich/DE
A. Jahnen; Esch-sur-Alzette/LU
This session is part of the EuroSafe Imaging campaign.
3
March
Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room F2
SS 713Innovations in radiology
[B-0665 – B-0675]
2
March
Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Room F2
SS 313Radiation risk assessment and awareness
[K-10, B-0302 – B-0311]
Moderators: N. Buls; Brussels/BE
O. Ciraj-Bjelac; Belgrade/RS
This session is part of the EuroSafe Imaging campaign.
2
March
Wednesday, March 2, 16:00–17:30, Room D2
RC 413Artefacts and pitfalls
in tomography
» Chairman’s introduction [A-097]
V. Tsapaki; Athens/GR
Moderators: Y. Bouchareb; London/UK
R. Raupach; Forchheim/DE
5
March
Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Room K
RC 1513IT tools for dose tracking
and workflow optimisation
» Chairman’s introduction [A-651]
A. Trianni; Udine/IT
A. Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine
(DICOM) standard and Integrating the Healthcare
Enterprise (IHE) [A-652]
D. Peck; Detroit, MI/US
B. Patient dose index tracking: a must have? [A-653]
F. Zanca; Leuven/BE
A. CT [A-098]
M. Kachelrieß; Heidelberg/DE
C. Optimising technique using patient dose index
tracking software: tips and tricks [A-654]
R.W.R. Loose; Nürnberg/DE
B. PET/CT [A-099]
T. Beyer; Vienna/AT
» Panel discussion: Dose index tracking in clinical
practice
C. MR/PET [A-100]
H.H. Quick; Essen/DE
» Panel discussion: Imagine imaging without artefacts:
dos and don’ts in your clinical practice
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Physics in Radiology
5
March
Saturday, March 5, 16:00–17:30, Room K
RC 1613MR: artefacts and devices
Radiographers
2
March
» Chairman’s introduction [A-712]
M. Tosetti; Pisa/IT
[B-0142 – B-0152]
Moderators: P.H. Hogg; Manchester/UK
Y. Menu; Paris/FR
A. Image artefacts in MRI and their mitigation [A-713]
D.J. Lurie; Aberdeen/UK
B. Imaging around metal implants: artefact reduction
in MRI [A-714]
C. McGrath; Belfast/IE
2
March
C. Artefacts in perfusion and diffusion MRI [A-715]
I. Tsougos; Larissa/GR
6
Moderators: E. Agadakos; Athens/GR
E. Sorantin; Graz/AT
This session is part of the EuroSafe Imaging campaign.
Sunday, March 6, 10:30–12:00, Room F2
SS 1813Practical radiation risk management
3
March
[B-1200 – B-1210]
Moderators: C. Beardmore; London/UK
K. Lang; Malmö/SE
This session is part of the EuroSafe Imaging campaign.
6
Sunday, March 6, 14:00–15:30, Room F2
SS 1913Physics of dual-energy CT and
breast imaging
Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room G
SS 714Quality issues in ultrasound and CT
[B-0708 – B-0718]
Moderators: M. Koutalonis; Colchester/UK
R.W.R. Loose; Nürnberg/DE
March
Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Room G
SS 314CT parameters: juggling or struggling?
[K-11, B-0345 – B-0354]
» Panel discussion: Clinically applicable tools/
strategies to minimising/avoiding MR imaging
artefacts
March
Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room G
SS 214Radiographers’ education:
the curriculum
4
March
Friday, March 4, 08:30–10:00, Room D2
RC 914State-of-the-art breast imaging
» Chairmen’s introduction [A-350, A-351]
V. Syrgiamiotis; Athens/GR
S. Zackrisson; Malmö/SE
[B-1348 – B-1357]
Moderators: H. de las Heras Gala; Zorneding/DE
I.A. Tsalafoutas; Athens/GR
A. Current status of digital mammography [A-352]
C.E. Mercer; Manchester/UK
B. Developments in digital mammography [A-353]
C. Reis; Lisbon/PT
C. Breast MRI and the future [A-354]
G. Podobnik; Ljubljana/SI
» Panel discussion: The role of multimodality
imaging in breast imaging
4
March
Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room G
SS 1014High dose antidotes
[B-0866 – B-0876]
Moderators: I. Arkhipova; Moscow/RU
S. Brandão; Porto/PT
This session is part of the EuroSafe Imaging campaign.
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Radiographers
5
March
Saturday, March 5, 08:30–10:00, Room D2
RC 1314Enhancing research in radiography:
a change of culture
5
March
Moderators: C. Leidecker; Forchheim/DE
J. Santos; Coimbra/PT
» Chairmen’s introduction [A-557, A-558]
I.M. Björkman-Burtscher; Lund/SE
J. McNulty; Dublin/IE
A. Safeguarding patients and staff in MRI [A-708]
T. Owman; Lund/SE
A. Radiography research updates: new collaborations
and initiatives in Europe [A-559]
J. McNulty; Dublin/IE
B. Safety aspects in an interventional
radiology setting? [A-709]
D. Catania; Milan/IT
B. FoRRM: a Formal Radiography Research Mentorship
scheme as an instrument for change [A-560]
C. Malamateniou; London/UK
C. An introduction to mammography safety:
what can be done? [A-710]
D. O’Leary; Hertfordshire/UK
C. Translating research evidence into clinical practice
[A-561]
G. Paulo; Coimbra/PT
D. Safety in CT: dose minimisation and beyond [A-711]
R. Booij; Rotterdam/NL
» Panel discussion: Research: the key to advancing the
profession of radiography?
5
March
This session is part of the EuroSafe Imaging campaign.
6
March
Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room G
SS 1414Safety and patient care in medical
imaging
A. Image quality optimisation in MRI:
a radiographer’s perspective [A-765]
M. Kiss; Miskolc/HU
Moderators: A. Henner; Oulu/FI
D. Miletić; Rijeka/HR
B. Fine tuning of image quality in computed
tomography, the role of the radiographer [A-766]
D. Pekarovic; Ljubljana/SI
Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Room D2
RC 1514Innovative education in medical
imaging
C. X-ray radiography: tips and tricks for high quality
imaging on the frontline [A-767]
E. Constantarogianni; Athens/GR
» Chairmen’s introduction [A-646, A-647]
P. Bezzina; Msida/MT
M. Bachmann Nielsen; Copenhagen/DK
A. Is there a role for smartphones and tablets in medical
imaging education? [A-648]
F. Girard; Pont de Roide/FR
» Panel discussion: The importance of excellent images
for advancing the quality of healthcare
6
March
B. Using simulators as an innovative teaching tool
in medical imaging [A-649]
P. Cosson; Teeside/UK
Sunday, March 6, 10:30–12:00, Room G
SS 1814Getting the radiation dose as low as possible
[K-31, B-1243 – B-1252]
C. Beyond eye candy: developing effective interactive
animations to enhance MRI learning [A-650]
D. Koumarianos; Athens/GR
» Panel discussion: What is the value of innovation
in advancing clinical practice and education in
radiography?
Sunday, March 6, 08:30–10:00, Room D2
RC 1714The magic of excellent images
» Chairmen’s introduction [A-763, A-764]
N. Mekiš; Ljubljana/SI
A.P. Parkar; Bergen/NO
[B-1006 – B-1016]
5
March
Saturday, March 5, 16:00–17:30, Room D2
RC 1614Safety issues in medical imaging
Moderators: H. Ståhlbrandt; Eksjö/SE
F. Zarb; Msida/MT
This session is part of the EuroSafe Imaging campaign.
6
March
Sunday, March 6, 14:00–15:30, Room G
SS 1914How to improve image quality in MRI
and mammography
[B-1379 – B-1389]
Moderators: B. Bougias; Ioannina/GR
E. Szabó; Szeged/HU
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REFRESHER COURSES / SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS
Vascular
2
March
Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room L8
SS 215Vasculopathy: form and function
4
March
[B-0056 – B-0066]
Moderator: R. Morgan; London/UK
Moderators: M. Reiter; Vienna/AT
A. van der Lugt; Rotterdam/NL
2
March
Moderators: M. de Bucourt; Berlin/DE
J.T. Ortiz-Pérez; Barcelona/ES
2
March
A. The role of US: Doppler, 3D US, CEUS [A-368]
P. Ricci; Rome/IT
B. 2D and 3D CTA: current concepts [A-369]
A. Bücker; Homburg a.d. Saar/DE
Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Room L8
SS 315Peripheral arteries: imaging and
therapy
[B-0259 – B-0269]
C. Endovascular management [A-370]
R. Uberoi; Oxford/UK
4
March
Wednesday, March 2, 16:00–17:30, Room M 1
RC 415Basic principles of varicose
vein diagnosis and
endovascular treatment
Moderators: A. Contegiacomo; Rome/IT
H. Hoppe; Berne/CH
5
March
A. Diagnostic cross-sectional imaging [A-110]
H. Hoppe; Berne/CH
Moderators: K. Nikolaou; Tübingen/DE
M. Prokop; Nijmegen/NL
C. Ultrasound guided sclerotherapy [A-112]
P.F. Sousa; Ermesinde/PT
5
March
Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room L8
SS 615Optimising vascular imaging techniques
[B-0473 – B-0483]
Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room Z
SS 715Endovascular therapies: what’s new?
[K-18, B-0613 – B-0622]
Moderators: F. Fanelli; Rome/IT
D.K. Tsetis; Iraklion/GR
3
March
Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Room M 3
SS 1515New observations in visceral imaging
and therapy
[B-1094 – B-1104]
Moderators: A.L.J. Bojanovic; Nis/RS
T. Rand; Vienna/AT
3
Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room M 3
SS 1415Pulmonary vasculature:
new and improved
[B-1039 – B-1049]
B. Saphenous vein ablation [A-111]
M. Akesson; Höllviken/SE
March
Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room Z
SS 1015Thoracic aorta: novel imaging and
interventions
[B-0762 – B-0772]
Moderator: D. Karnabatidis; Patras/GR
3
March
Friday, March 4, 08:30–10:00, Room M 2
RC 915Fixing a leaky EVAR
Moderators: J.I. Bilbao; Pamplona/ES
K. Katsanos; London/UK
6
March
Sunday, March 6, 10:30–12:00, Room L8
SS 1815Abdominal aortic and other aneurysms
[K-32, B-1170 – B-1179]
Moderators: I. Bargellini; Pisa/IT
E. Brountzos; Athens/GR
Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Room M 1
RC 815Carotid artery disease:
so what’s new?
Moderator: T. Jargiello; Lublin/PL
A. The diagnostic assessment of carotid arteries [A-295]
R. Iezzi; Rome/IT
B. Carotid stenting vs endarterectomy:
is the jury back yet? [A-296]
S. MacDonald; Newcastle upon Tyne/UK
C. Carotid interventions in the setting of acute CVA
[A-297]
S. Sencer; Istanbul/TR
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REFRESHER COURSES / SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS
Oncologic Imaging
2
March
Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room F1
SS 216aHepatocellular cancer: characterisation,
response and recurrence
3
March
[B-0505 – B-0515]
[B-0088 – B-0098]
Moderators: V. Panebianco; Rome/IT
B.M. Schaarschmidt; Düsseldorf/DE
Moderators: M.A. Bali; Brussels/BE
A. Fohlen; Caen/FR
2
March
3
March
Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room M 4
SS 216bAdvanced imaging methods (2)
Moderators: J. Sosna; Jerusalem/IL
T.D. Westwood; Manchester/UK
Moderators: C. Ayuso; Barcelona/ES
O.V. Kucheruk; Moscow/RU
4
March
Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Room F1
SS 316Dealing with metastatic disease
Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room F1
SS 716Whole body imaging
[K-19, B-0655 – B-0664]
[B-0184 – B-0194]
2
March
Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room F1
SS 616Advanced imaging methods (1)
Friday, March 4, 08:30–10:00, Room F1
RC 916Diffusion-weighted imaging (DWI)
in oncology: how I do it
[B-0291 – B-0301]
» Chairman’s introduction [A-339]
D.-M. Koh; Sutton/UK
Moderators: D.M. Lambregts; Amsterdam/NL
A. Sohaib; London/UK
2
March
A. DWI: how to optimise protocols [A-340]
N. Papanikolaou; Iraklion/GR
B. DWI in abdominal oncology:
ready for clinical practice? [A-341]
D.M. Lambregts; Amsterdam/NL
Wednesday, March 2, 16:00–17:30, Room F1
RC 416Evaluating lymph node involvement:
an impossible task?
C. DWI: whole body imaging [A-342]
V. Vandecaveye; Leuven/BE
» Chairman’s introduction [A-085]
D.-M. Koh; Sutton/UK
A. The current criteria for nodal involvement MRI/CTI
[A-086]
W. Schima; Vienna/AT
B. Advanced MRI techniques: what do they contribute?
[A-087]
H.C. Thoeny; Berne/CH
» Panel discussion: How to optimise DWI for clinical
practice?
4
March
[B-0824 – B-0834]
C. PET and other nuclear medicine techniques [A-088]
T. Barwick; London/UK
Moderators: J. Rørvik; Bergen/NO
W. Sommer; Munich/DE
» Panel discussion: Will imaging ever make diagnostic
biopsy unnecessary?
3
March
Thursday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Room F1
RC 516A multidisciplinary approach
to prostate cancer:
can we make a difference?
» Chairman’s introduction [A-161]
B. Hamm; Berlin/DE
A. The urologist: evidence-based clinical decision
making [A-162]
B.A. Hadaschik; Heidelberg/DE
B. The radiologist: evidence-based use of
multiparametric MRI [A-163]
H.-P. Schlemmer; Heidelberg/DE
C. The interventional radiologist [A-164]
C. Catalano; Rome/IT
Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room F1
SS 1016Prostate and renal tract cancers:
advanced detection methods
4
March
Friday, March 4, 16:00–17:30, Room F1
RC 1216New insights in bone
tumour imaging
» Chairman’s introduction [A-461]
D. Vanel; Bologna/IT
A. New insights in treatment-associated changes
in patients with bone tumours [A-462]
C.R. Krestan; Vienna/AT
B. New insights in staging and restaging
musculoskeletal tumours [A-463]
J.L. Bloem; Leiden/NL
C. New insights in imaging for multiple myeloma
[A-464]
G. Sommer; Basle/CH
» Panel discussion: The future of bone tumour imaging
» Panel discussion: Prostate cancer: evidence-based
multidisciplinary approach to imaging and treatment
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Oncologic Imaging
5
March
Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room M 2
SS 1416Pelvic and breast cancer
Emergency Radiology
2
March
[B-1028 – B-1038]
Moderators: O. Abeyakoon; Cambridge/UK
B.D. Klumpp; Tübingen/DE
6
March
Moderator: S. Wirth; Munich/DE
A. Liver and spleen [A-049]
M. Scaglione; Castel Volturno/IT
Sunday, March 6, 10:30–12:00, Studio 2016
SS 1816Gastrointestinal cancer: prediction and
assessment of therapeutic response
B. Pancreas, bowel and mesentery [A-050]
M.A. Patak; Zurich/CH
C. Urogenital tract [A-051]
R.H. Oyen; Leuven/BE
[B-1160 – B-1169]
Moderators: S. Battisti; Rome/IT
L.K. Blomqvist; Stockholm/SE
6
March
Wednesday, March 2, 08:30–10:00, Room M 4
RC 117Abdominal trauma:
does it bleed, will it start bleeding or
is something else leaking?
2
March
Sunday, March 6, 14:00–15:30, Studio 2016
SS 1916Assessment and prediction of
treatment response
Wednesday, March 2, 16:00–17:30, Room M 4
RC 417‘Special patients’
in the emergency room:
when and how to image them?
Moderator: U. Linsenmaier; Munich/DE
[K-37, B-1316 – B-1325]
A. Children [A-121]
V. Miele; Rome/IT
Moderators: L.S. Fournier; Paris/FR
A. Gogbashian; Middlesex/UK
B. Pregnant patients [A-122]
H. Alkadhi; Zurich/CH
C. Elderly patients [A-123]
K. Katulska; Poznan/PL
3
March
Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room F2
SS 617Cardiothoracic emergencies
[K-15, B-0516 – B-0525]
Moderators: F. Carbonetti; Rome/IT
J.B. Dormagen; Oslo/NO
3
March
Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room D2
SS 717Trauma of the brain and body
[B-0686 – B-0695]
Moderators: J.M. Artigas; Zaragoza/ES
F. Mrakic Sposta; Milan/IT
4
March
Friday, March 4, 08:30–10:00, Room M 4
RC 917Acute pain: your friend and enemy
in emergency radiology
» Chairman’s introduction: patients with acute pain management and therapeutic pathways [A-375]
J. Walecki; Warsaw/PL
A. Head [A-376]
P.C. Maly Sundgren; Lund/SE
B. Chest [A-377]
C.N. De Cecco; Charleston, SC/US
C. Abdomen [A-378]
R. Basilico; Chieti/IT
» Panel discussion: Where does radiology fit
in the pathway?
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THIRTEEN YEARS OF INVESTING IN RADIOLOGY’S
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Free registration for the ECR and hotel
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For more than 4,500 young radiologists and
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All funded by
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The aim of the programme is to give radiologists-in-training under 35 or
radiographers-in-training who are 30 or younger the chance to participate in the
annual meeting of the ESR.
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JOINT SESSIONS
2
March
Wednesday, March 2, 08:30–10:00, Room L8
EuroSafe Imaging Session 1
Low-dose research in medical
radiation protection
2
March
Moderator: L. Rainford; Dublin/IE
Moderator: G. Frija; Paris/FR
» Developing a strategic research agenda for medical radiation protection: a chance for
advancing research in radiology [A-016]
W. Stiller; Heidelberg/DE
» An overview of the EuroSafe Imaging achievements over the past year [A-078]
G. Frija; Paris/FR
» Update on the concept of Diagnostic
Reference Levels [A-079]
P. Vock; Spiegel/CH
» Do iodinated contrast media enhance DNA damage
after exposure to ionising radiation? [A-017]
G. Frija; Paris/FR
» Establishing European Diagnostic Reference Levels
for paediatric imaging: an update on the EC tender
project PiDRL [A-080]
J. Damilakis; Iraklion/GR
» Dose reduction in modern digital plain-radiography
on the basis of indication-specific, standardised
quality criteria [A-018]
D. Spira; Heidelberg/DE
» The European paediatric imaging project [A-081]
C. Owens; London/UK
» Paediatric imaging: are risks of ionising radiation
exposure established? [A-019]
H. Ducou le Pointe; Paris/FR
» The EuroSafe Imaging dose management project
[A-082]
D. Caramella; Pisa/IT
This session is part of the EuroSafe Imaging campaign.
2
March
Wednesday, March 2, 16:00–17:30, Room E2
EuroSafe Imaging Session 2
EuroSafe Imaging Alliance & Campaign what is new?
» AFROSAFE Imaging Alliance and Campaign [A-083]
M.G. Kawooya; Kampala/UG
Wednesday, March 2, 12:30–13:30; Room D2
Clinical Trials in Radiology (CTiR) 1
» Image Wisely and Image Gently: an overview [A-084]
D. Frush; Durham, NC/US
» Panel discussion
Chair: J. Griebel; Neuherberg/DE (HERCA, BfS)
Panellists:
M. Perez; Geneva/CH (WHO)
D. Paez; Vienna/AT (IAEA)
G. Simeonov; Luxembourg/LU (EC)
N. Denjoy; Brussels/BE (COCIR)
G. Paulo; Coimbra/PT (EFRS)
Moderators: R.L. Arenson; San Francisco, CA/US
M. Dewey; Berlin/DE
» The Swedish CArdioPulmonary BioImage Study
(SCAPIS): objectives and design
G. Bergström; Gothenburg/SE
Discussant: G. Krombach; Giessen/DE
» NSsaFe study: observational study on the incidence
of nephrogenic systemic fibrosis in renal impaired
patients following gadoteric acid administration
A. Gottschalk; Frankfurt a. Main/DE
Discussant: G. Heinz-Peer; St. Pölten/AT
» Computed tomography angiography vs Agatston
score for diagnosis of coronary artery disease:
results from the international Collaborative MetaAnalysis of Cardiac CT (COME-CCT)
V. Wieske; Berlin/DE
Discussant: L. Saba; Cagliari/IT
» Efficient use of medical imaging in Belgium:
where does it go wrong in prescribing imaging
studies for the lumbar spine and abdomen?
A national multicentric study
N. Stichelbaut; Ghent/BE
Discussant: F.J. Gilbert; Cambridge/UK
This session is part of the EuroSafe Imaging campaign.
3
March
Thursday, March 3, 12:30–13:30, Room D2
Clinical Trials in Radiology (CTiR) 2
Moderators: R.L. Arenson; San Francisco, CA/US
M. Dewey; Berlin/DE
» MR-targeted vs TRUS-guided prostate biopsy
in patients with high PSA values:
a randomized controlled trial
D. Regge; Candiolo/IT
Discussant: P. Asbach; Berlin/DE
» The multicentre DISCHARGE trial pilot study:
Image quality and protocol adherence results
G. De Rubeis; Rome/IT
Discussant: R. Vliegenthart; Groningen/NL
» Dynamic stress perfusion CT for detection
of inducible myocardial ischemia:
rationale and design of the SPECIFIC-trial
F. Bamberg; Tübingen/DE
Discussant: S. Kajander; Turku/FI
» The impact of breast MRI on surgical planning and
reoperation rate: first results from the MIPA study
G. Di Leo; San Donato Milanese/IT
Discussant: E.M. Fallenberg; Berlin/DE
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3
March
Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Studio 2016
EIBIR Session 1
(European Institute for Biomedical Imaging
Research)
Joint VPH-PRISM/ASSURE Session from screening to therapy:
innovative breast care concepts
Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Room K
ACR Session (American College of Radiology)
Delivering higher value care in radiology:
how to make it work in clinical practice –
perspectives from the American College
of Radiology
Moderator: H.K. Hahn; Bremen/DE
Chairpersons: B. Allen, Jr.; Birmingham, AL/US
H.-U. Kauczor; Heidelberg/DE
» Introduction: challenges and innovative approaches
in image-based breast care [A-224]
H.K. Hahn; Bremen/DE
» Awareness to accountability: coping with the
mandates for documenting higher-value care [A-288]
B. Allen, Jr.; Birmingham, AL/US
» Density patterns, breast cancer risk and masking
in screening mammograms [A-225]
C. van Gils; Utrecht/NL
» Radiologists’ role in delivering higher-value care
through population health management [A-289]
W.T. Thorwarth; Reston, VA/US
» Novel ultrasound and MRI technologies for breast
cancer screening [A-226]
N. Karssemeijer; Nijmegen/NL
» Involving patients in their radiological care:
radiologist visibility, personalised care and improving
outcomes [A-290]
D.C. Kushner; Norfolk, VA/US
» Breast cancer risk and masking risk-based
stratification protocols: key drivers of
cost-effectiveness [A-227]
E. Gray; Manchester/UK
» Histopathology images: the new kid on the block
of clinical multimodality imaging [A-228]
J. van der Laak; Nijmegen/NL
» Quantitative treatment planning, response prediction,
and monitoring [A-229]
K. Pinker-Domenig; New York, NY/US
3
March
3
March
Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room N
ESOR Session
(European School of Radiology)
Advancing clinical practice:
role of education
Moderators: L. Donoso Bach; Barcelona/ES
N. Gourtsoyiannis; Athens/GR
»Introduction [A-218]
L. Donoso Bach; Barcelona/ES
» ESOR in action 2016 [A-219]
N. Gourtsoyiannis; Athens/GR
» Role of remodelling in delivering of learning [A-220]
P.R. Ros; Cleveland, OH/US
» Role of referral guidelines and clinical decision
support systems [A-221]
L. Donoso Bach; Barcelona/ES
» Questions and answers
3
March
Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Room O
ESR Working Group on Ultrasound
Minimising the risk of transmitting
infections through ultrasound:
is current practice sufficient?
» Chairman’s introduction [A-247]
L.E. Derchi; Genoa/IT
» Why is it important to consider infection control
issues in ultrasound? Low- vs high-risk examinations
[A-248]
C. Nyhsen; Sunderland/UK
» Current accepted practice of ultrasound probe
decontamination in endocarvitary and interventional
radiology [A-249, A-250]
N. Grenier; Bordeaux/FR
M. Claudon; Vandoeuvre-les-Nancy/FR
» Why current practice may not be safe: main risks of
infection transmission and published evidence
[A-251]
H. Humphreys; Dublin/IE
» Panel discussion: Safer practice vs considerable cost
implications: are changes needed and feasible?
» MDTs and patient outcomes [A-222]
R.H. Reznek; London/UK
» Role of research and innovation: essential ingredients
for our professional advancement [A-223]
H. Hricak; New York, NY/US
Awards
During the session, scholars and fellows will be
awarded certificates for successfully completing
the 2015 ESOR Scholarship and Fellowship Programmes.
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4
March
Friday, March 4, 08:30–10:00, Room K
EFOMP Workshop:
Radiation protection for the female patient and
female medical staff
(European Federation of
Organisations for Medical Physics)
EF 1Breast imaging modalities and
radiation dose
4
March
Moderators: B. Hamm; Berlin/DE
S. Morozov; Moscow/RU
A. Communication and conflict resolution in radiology:
how to recruit and retain the best team [A-398]
P.R. Ros; Cleveland; OH/US
B. Impact of structured reporting on communication
with referring physicians [A-399]
D.P. dos Santos; Mainz/DE
Moderators: J. Damilakis; Iraklion/GR
T. Beyer; Vienna/AT
» Chairman’s introduction [A-355]
J. Damilakis; Iraklion/GR
C. Informed consent in the radiology department:
when and how? [A-400]
L.H.R. Mendoza; Zaragoza/ES
» Breast CT: technology and patient dose
[A-356]
I. Sechopoulos; Nijmegen/NL
D. Patients’ expectations in communication
with radiologists [A-401]
E. Briers; Hasselt/BE
» Digital mammography for screening and diagnosis
of breast cancer: breast doses and radiogenic risks
[A-357]
O. Morrish; Cambridge/UK
»Discussion
Management in Radiology is a subcommittee
of the ESR Professional Organisation Committee.
» Digital breast tomosynthesis: physical principles and
radiation dose levels [A-358]
G. Gennaro; Padua/IT
Those involved in the field of healthcare are experiencing
a time of increasing pressure, stress and change. The demand for efficiency and effectiveness in all business and
administrative matters is constantly growing. MIR addresses
current challenges and provides a forum for education and
the exchange of ideas and concepts.
This session is part of the EuroSafe Imaging campaign.
4
March
Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room K
EFOMP Workshop:
Radiation protection for the female patient
and female medical staff
(European Federation of
Organisations for Medical Physics)
EF 2Pregnancy and lactation
Moderators: P. Sharp; Aberdeen/UK
V. Tsapaki; Athens/GR
» Chairman’s introduction [A-390]
P. Sharp; Aberdeen/UK
» Radiation protection of pregnant and
lactating patients in nuclear medicine
[A-391]
S. Mattsson; Malmö/SE
» Dose management of pregnant patients in x-ray
imaging [A-392]
J. Damilakis; Iraklion/GR
Friday, March 4, 12:15–13:45, Room D2
MIR @ ECR Session (Management in Radiology)
MIR 1Communication in radiology
4
March
Friday, March 4, 14:00–15:30, Room M 4
Joint Session of the ESR and ESMRMB
(European Society for Magnetic
Resonance in Medicine and Biology)
Cardiac MRI
Moderators: E.R. Danielsen; Copenhagen/DK
J. Bremerich; Basle/CH
» Overview of cardiac MR methods [A-420]
S. Kozerke; Zurich/CH
» Clinical use of MR in congenital cardiac disease [A-421]
V. Muthurangu; London/UK
» Clinical use of MR in acquired cardiac disease [A-422]
T. Leiner; Utrecht/NL
» Occupational radiation protection: protecting
pregnant or potentially pregnant workers in
interventional radiology [A-393]
A. Trianni; Udine/IT
This session is part of the EuroSafe Imaging campaign.
= Interactive session with electronic voting/self assessment
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4
March
Friday, March 4, 14:00–15:30, Room L8
EIBIR Session 2
(European Institute for Biomedical Imaging
Research)
MITIGATE: What does it take to perform clinical
trials in interventional radiology?
4
March
»Introduction [A-411, A-412]
S.O. Schönberg; Mannheim/DE
W.R. Jaschke; Innsbruck/AT
» Chairmen’s introduction [A-483, A-484]
G. Frija; Paris/FR
S. Ebdon-Jackson; Didcot/UK
» Overview on clinical trials in interventional radiology
in Europe [A-413]
A. Gangi; Strasbourg/FR
» Overview of EU radiation protection
legislation [A-485]
J. Griebel; Neuherberg/DE
» How to implement investigator-initiated or
industry-sponsored trials in interventional oncology:
SORAMIC vs SIRFLOX [A-414]
W. Richter; Berlin/DE
» Regulators’ expectations [A-486]
S. Ebdon-Jackson; Didcot/UK
» Tools to support implementation of the BSS Directive:
ESR perspective [A-487]
G. Frija; Paris/FR
» Design of a clinical trial in oligometastatic GIST:
results from the MITIGATE consortium [A-415]
C. Decristoforo; Innsbruck/AT
» Tools to support implementation of the BSS Directive:
medical physicists’ perspective [A-488]
J. Damilakis; Iraklion/GR
»Discussion
4
March
» Tools to support implementation of the BSS Directive:
radiographers’ perspective [A-489]
S.J. Foley; Dublin/IE
Friday, March 4, 14:00–15:30, Room D2
MIR @ ECR Session (Management in Radiology)
MIR 2Improving quality and safety
in radiology
» Discussion: Regulators’ vs practitioners’ perspective:
two sides of the same coin
Moderators: E.J. Adam; London/UK
D.A. Koff; Hamilton, ON/CA
A. How to run a safe department? [A-416]
P. Cavanagh; Taunton/UK
B. Patient satisfaction with radiology
departments: are we doing our best? [A-417]
G. Paulo; Coimbra/PT
»Discussion
This session is part of the EuroSafe Imaging campaign.
4
March
Friday, March 4, 14:00–15:30, Room A
Image Interpretation Quiz (IIQ)
Imaging with the stars
Moderator: A.G. Rockall; London/UK
» Team 1:
N. Grenier; Bordeaux/FR
M. Vernooij; Rotterdam/NL
M. Gardarsdottir; Reykjavik/IS
S.A. Taylor; London/UK
» Team 2:
I. Thomassin-Naggara; Paris/FR
H.R. Jäger; London/UK
A.R. Larici; Rome/IT
T.K. Helmberger; Munich/DE
Chairs: . Frija; Paris/FR (ESR)
G
S. Ebdon-Jackson; Didcot/UK (HERCA)
Panellists:
. Griebel; Neuherberg/DE (HERCA)
J
J. Damilakis; Iraklion/GR (EFOMP)
S.J. Foley; Dublin/IE (EFRS)
N. Denjoy; Belgium/BE (COCIR)
This session is part of the EuroSafe Imaging campaign.
C. Is there any evidence for decision support? [A-418]
G. Boland; Boston, MA/US
D. Dose monitoring and benchmarking:
opportunities to improve radiation protection [A-419]
D. Caramella; Pisa/IT
Friday, March 4, 16:00–17:30, Room M 1
EuroSafe Imaging Session 3
Joint Session of the ESR and HERCA
(Heads of the European Radiological protection
Competent Authorities):
the new EU-BSS Directive a step forward to patient safety
4
March
Friday, March 4, 16:00–17:30, Room Z
EDiR Talk
(European Diploma in Radiology)
What you should know about the EDiR
» Chairmen’s introduction: The story of the European Diploma
in Radiology (EDiR) [A-434, A-435]
J. Vilar; Valencia/ES
Y. Menu; Paris/FR
» Evolution of EDiR [A-436 – A-440]
J. Vilar; Valencia/ES
P.C. Maly Sundgren; Lund/SE
L. McKnight; Langland/UK
V. Iranzo; Barcelona/ES
H.T. Sarisoy; Kocaeli/TR
»EDiR [A-441, A-442]
O. Dicle; Izmir/TR
E. Jordan; Barcelona/ES
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JOINT SESSIONS
4
March
Friday, March 4, 16:00–17:30, Room D2
MIR @ ECR Session (Management in Radiology)
MIR 3Improving radiology
departments
4
March
Moderators: J.K. Bell; Manchester/UK
P. Mildenberger; Mainz/DE
A.Health and wellbeing in the workplace [A-473]
C.L. Cooper; Manchester/UK
»Introduction [A-454]
G.P. Krestin; Rotterdam/NL
B. The role of radiology departments in patient-centred
care: requirements for improvement [A-474]
R. Arenson; San Francisco, CA/US
» Maximising your chances to obtain European research
funding: opportunities, strategies, services [A-455]
P. Zolda; Vienna/AT
C. Key features for organisational and financial
sustainability [A-475]
E. Schouman-Claeys; Paris/FR
» An evaluator’s perspective [A-456]
M. Dewey; Berlin/DE
» Success story of a maximum score project
in Horizon 2020 [A-457]
C.K. Kuhl; Aachen/DE
D. Clinically relevant reporting in the era
of precision medicine [A-476]
H. Hricak; New York, NY/US
» Questions and answers
»Discussion
4
March
Friday, March 4, 16:00–17:30, Room L8
EIBIR Session 3
(European Institute for Biomedical Imaging
Research)
Gateway to European funding
for research projects
Friday, March 4, 16:00–17:30, Room B
Joint Session of the ESR and the EANM
(European Association of Nuclear Medicine)
Hybrid imaging:
radiology and nuclear medicine
Chairpersons: V. Lewington; London/UK
K. Riklund; Umea/SE
»Introduction [A-425, A-426]
K. Riklund; Umea/SE
V. Lewington; London/UK
» Dementia: the role of radiology [A-427]
S. Haller; Geneva/CH
» Dementia: the role of nuclear medicine [A-428]
V. Garibotto; Geneva/CH
» Prostate cancer: PET/CT in early biochemical relapse
[A-429]
E. Lopci; Rozzano/IT
» Prostate cancer: multiparametric MR in the diagnosis
and clinical management of prostate cancer [A-430]
F. Mrakic Sposta; Milan/IT
» Panel discussion: How can collaboration between
radiology and nuclear medicine develop imaging
and research in hybrid imaging?
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Saturday, March 5, 08:30–10:00, Room L8
ESR Patient Advisory Group
ESR-PAG 1Patient-centred care in clinical
radiology: do we really put our
patients first?
» Chairmen’s introduction [A-529, A-530]
N. Bedlington; Vienna/AT
P. Cavanagh; Taunton/UK
» Implementing the ‘driver diagram’ on
patient-centred care [A-531]
P. Cavanagh; Taunton/UK
» View of a patient representative from the
neurological disease area [A-532]
D. Walsh; Dublin/IE
» View of a patient with prostate cancer [A-533]
E. Briers; Hasselt/BE
» Satisfaction assessment of patient users of
an imaging department: an example from the south
of France [A-534]
D.-G. Carrié; Toulouse/FR
» Panel discussion: Question to the audience: does your
department perform well in patient-centred care?
Is it really all about the patient?
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5
March
Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room L8
ESR Patient Advisory Group
ESR-PAG 2Mind the gap - data-sharing
for better patient outcomes the key issues for patients and
the radiology community
5
March
» Chairmen’s introduction [A-583, A-584]
N. Bedlington; Vienna/AT
B. Brkljačić; Zagreb/HR
Moderator: Z.A. Taylor; Sheffield/UK
» [email protected]: towards early, differential diagnosis
of dementia [A-600]
A. Frangi; Sheffield/UK
» eHealth, EHR and data protection: friend or foe?
[A-585]
P. Mildenberger; Mainz/DE
» Clinical platform for data-driven differential
diagnostics of cognitive disorders [A-601]
M. van Gils; Tampere/FI
» View of a patient representative from the Pelvic
Pain Support Network [A-586]
J. Birch; Poole/UK
5
March
Saturday, March 5, 13:30–15:30, Room Z
EIBIR Session 4
(European Institute for Biomedical Imaging
Research)
The [email protected] Project: delivering a clinical
decision support platform for earlier dementia
diagnosis
» View of a patient with prostate cancer [A-587]
E. Briers; Hasselt/BE
» Shared research as a service platform for translating
research into clinical practice for dementia [A-602]
S. Varma; Sheffield/UK
» Big data in radiology: how will it enhance
personalised medicine? [A-588]
H.-U. Kauczor; Heidelberg/DE
» In silico characterisation of white matter
microstructure using diffusion MRI [A-603]
L. Beltrachini; Sheffield/UK
» Panel discussion: Big data = big issues?
» Fluid transport in the ageing brain:
an integrative modelling approach [A-604]
Y. Ventikos; London/UK
Saturday, March 5, 12:55–13:55, Room A
Junior Image Interpretation Quiz (JIIQ)
Millennials showdown:
the next generation of radiology
» Phenomenological modelling and the RSS [A-605]
W.J. Niessen; Rotterdam/NL
Moderator: F. Arnberg; Stockholm/SE
» Team 1:
C. Toxopeus; Amsterdam/NL
A. Gupta; London/UK
» Team 2:
F.G. Meinel; Munich/DE
D. Penha; Lisbon/PT
» Team 3:
J.A. Prat-Matifoll; Barcelona/ES
O. Urbán; Szeged/HU
» Team 4:
B. Fejér; Budapest/HU
S. Belkacem; Monaco/MC
»Discussion
5
March
Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Studio 2016
Joint Session of the ESR and ERS
(European Respiratory Society)
Imaging of airways:
what the respirologist needs to know
Moderators: N. Karabulut; Denizli/TR
S. Ley; Munich/DE
» Classification and impact of bronchiectasis [A-623]
S. Aliberti; Milan/IT
» How to image and report airway disease? [A-624]
P.A. Grenier; Paris/FR
» Role of airway obstruction and remodeling
in the progression of COPD [A-625]
I. Adcock; London/UK
» Imaging of mucus, inflammation and remodeling
in COPD and CF [A-626]
H.-U. Kauczor; Heidelberg/DE
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Saturday, March 5, 16:00–17:30, Room L8
EuroSafe Imaging Session 4
You too can definitely do audits
5
March
» Chairman’s introduction [A-685]
E.J. Adam; London/UK
» Experience from an established national
programme [A-686]
D. Remedios; Harrow/UK
Moderators: M. Claudon; Vandoeuvre-les-Nancy/FR
C. Owens; London/UK
» The challenges of introducing a national audit
programme [A-687]
A. Vargha; Hidegség/HU
» Legal issues with CEUS in children [A-673]
P.S. Sidhu; London/UK
» How to make audit easy: the ESR Audit Tool [A-688]
P. Cavanagh; Taunton/UK
» CEUS of focal liver lesions in children [A-674]
M. Sellars; London/UK
» Panel discussion
» CEUS in blunt abdominal trauma in children [A-675]
A. Deganello; London/UK
This session is part of the EuroSafe Imaging campaign.
5
March
Saturday, March 5, 16:00–17:30, Room Z
Joint Session of the ESR and ESTRO
(European Society for Radiotherapy and Oncology)
MRI and MR/PET in radiation treatment planning
- challenges and opportunities
» Chairmen’s introduction [A-667, A-668]
K. Riklund; Umeå/SE
V. Valentini; Rome/IT
» The benefit of high tesla MRI for radiation
oncology planning [A-669]
U. van der Heide; Amsterdam/NL
» The challenge of in room MRI for treatment delivery
[A-670]
N. Dinapoli; Rome/IT
» The benefit of MR/PET in radiation oncology [A-671]
U. Nestle; Freiburg/DE
» The challenge of using MR/PET in radiation oncology
[A-672]
E.-M.B. Larsson; Uppsala/SE
»Discussion
Saturday, March 5, 16:00–17:30, Room O
Joint Session of the ESR, EFSUMB
(European Federation of Societies for
Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology)
and ESPR (European Society of Paediatric
Radiology)
Contrast enhanced ultrasound (CEUS)
in paediatrics
» CEUS in vesical reflux in children [A-676]
C. Duran; Sabadell/ES
» CEUS in non-liver indications in paediatric patients
[A-677]
C.F. Dietrich; Bad Mergentheim/DE
6
March
Sunday, March 6, 08:30–10:00, Room C
Joint Session of the ESR and ESHI
(European Society for Hybrid Medical Imaging)
Medical hybrid imaging
Chairpersons: K. Riklund; Umea/SE
L. Donoso Bach; Barcelona/ES
»Introduction [A-725]
L. Donoso Bach; Barcelona/ES
» The aims of the new society [A-726]
K. Riklund; Umea/SE
» Training of hybrid physicians [A-727]
G. Antoch; Düsseldorf/DE
» The beauty of physics in hybrid imaging [A-728]
T. Beyer; Vienna/AT
» Functional hybrid imaging: 1+1 = 3? [A-729]
O. Clément; Paris/FR
» Practical challenges of hybrid imaging in clinical
practice [A-730]
O. Ratib; Geneva/CH
»Discussion
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SATELLITE
SYMPOSIA
Industrial Satellite Symposia are organised by various international
companies. These sessions are a chance to get an industry perspective
on various scientific subjects, including technical updates, emerging
trends and future innovations.
The symposia vary in length from one hour to 90 minutes, with the
number of speakers also differing between companies and subjects.
Places are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
For details of the programmes see separate booklet
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2
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Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Studio 2016
SY 1aSatellite Symposium jointly organised by
Siemens Healthcare and
Bayer HealthCare
3
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3
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Wednesday, March 2, 12:15–13:45, Studio 2016
SY 1bSatellite Symposium jointly organised by
Siemens Healthcare and
Bayer HealthCare
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2
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Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Studio 2016
SY 1cSatellite Symposium jointly organised by
Siemens Healthcare and
Bayer HealthCare
Wednesday, March 2, 16:00–17:00, Studio 2016
SY 1dSatellite Symposium jointly organised by
Siemens Healthcare and
Bayer HealthCare
Wednesday, March 2, 12:30–13:30, Room O
SY 2Satellite Symposium organised by
MINT Medical
Wednesday, March 2, 12:30–13:30, Room N
SY 3Satellite Symposium organised by
SuperSonic Imagine
Wednesday, March 2, 12:30–13:30, Room L8
SY 4Satellite Symposium organised by
Mindray
Thursday, March 3, 12:30–13:30, Room O
SY 5Satellite Symposium organised by
Siemens Healthcare
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SY 6Satellite Symposium organised by
Siemens Healthcare
Thursday, March 3, 12:30–13:30, Studio 2016
SY 7
Satellite Symposium organised by
GE Healthcare
Thursday, March 3, 12:30–13:30, Room E1
SY 8Satellite Symposium organised by
Bracco
Thursday, March 3, 12:30–13:30, Room K
SY 9Satellite Symposium organised by
Toshiba
Thursday, March 3, 12:30–13:30, Room G
SY 10Satellite Symposium organised by
Samsung
Thursday, March 3, 12:30–13:30, Room M 2
SY 11Satellite Symposium organised by
Bayer Pharma
Thursday, March 3, 12:30–13:30, Room M 5
SY 12Satellite Symposium organised by
Bayer HealthCare
Friday, March 4, 12:30–13:30, Room O
SY 13 Satellite Symposium organised by Philips
Friday, March 4, 12:30–13:30, Room N
SY 14Satellite Symposium organised by
Siemens Healthcare
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Friday, March 4, 12:30–13:30, Studio 2016
SY 15Satellite Symposium organised by
GE Healthcare
Friday, March 4, 12:30–13:30, Room E1
SY 16
Satellite Symposium organised by Bracco
Friday, March 4, 12:30–13:30, Room F2
SY 17Satellite Symposium jointly organised by
Siemens Healthcare and
Bayer HealthCare
4
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Friday, March 4, 12:30–13:30, Room K
SY 18Satellite Symposium organised by
Toshiba
March
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SY 19Satellite Symposium organised by
Guerbet
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HIMSS (Healthcare Information and
Management Systems Society)
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Friday, March 4, 14:00–15:30, Room C
SY 21Satellite Symposium organised by
Hologic
Friday, March 4, 14:00–15:30, Room Z
SY 22Satellite Symposium organised by
Bayer HealthCare Russia
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SY 23 Satellite Symposium organised by
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Friday, March 4, 14:00–15:30, Room G
SY 24Satellite Symposium jointly organised by
Bracco and Bayer HealthCare
Friday, March 4, 14:00–15:30, Room M 3
SY 25Satellite Symposium organised by
HIMSS (Healthcare Information and
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Saturday, March 5, 12:30–13:30, Room C
SY 26Satellite Symposium organised by
GE Healthcare
Saturday, March 5, 12:30–13:30, Room O
SY 27Satellite Symposium organised by Philips
Saturday, March 5, 12:30–13:30, Room N
SY 28
Satellite Symposium organised by Philips
Saturday, March 5, 12:30–13:30, Studio 2016
SY 29
Satellite Symposium organised by Bracco
Saturday, March 5, 12:30–13:30, Room K
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INDUSTRY
WORKSHOPS
Intensive practical sessions organised directly by a particular company
or commercial vendor. Classes are conducted on their own stateof-the-art workstations with expert technical support provided by
company staff. Participants have the opportunity to learn from experts
about using computers and medical devices in the field of radiology
and gain first-hand knowledge.
As a registered attendee for the ECR, participation is free of charge.
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E D U C AT I O N A L
PROGRAMME
Session numbers are prefixed by
E3, EF, EM, HL, MC, MS, NH, PC, RC, SA, SF, TF
Presentation numbers are prefixed by the letter A
Key to Abbreviations
E3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . European Excellence in Education
EF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EFOMP Workshop
EM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ESR/EFRS meets Session
HL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Honorary Lecture
MC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mini Course
MS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Multidisciplinary Session
NH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . New Horizons Session
PC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Professional Challenges Session
RC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Refresher Course
SA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . State of the Art Symposium
SF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Special Focus Session
TF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Radiology Trainees Forum
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08:30–10:00 Room A
Panel discussion:
09:44 How do I approach a case in my routine clinical practice?
E3 - ECR Academies:
Interactive Teaching Sessions
08:30–10:00 Room O
E3 121
New Horizons Session
Head and neck cancer after treatment:
what you need to know
08:30
A-001 A. Imaging after surgical treatment
M. Lell; Erlangen/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the different surgical techniques.
2. To become familiar with the imaging findings after surgery.
09:15
A-002 B. Imaging after radiotherapy/chemotherapy
G. Madani; London/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with common findings after medically treated
head and neck tumours.
2. To become familiar with changes after radiotherapy for head and
neck tumours.
08:30–10:00 Room B
GI Tract
RC 101
Assessing inflammation and fibrosis
in Crohn’s disease
08:30
A-003 Chairman’s introduction
A. Laghi; Latina/IT
Session Objective:
1. To briefly present how inflammation and fibrosis in Crohn’s disease
impact in patient management and list the available tools for a
differential diagnosis.
08:35
A-004 A. Is sonography (CEUS and elastography) the right
tool?
E. Quaia; Trieste/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about CEUS technique, including imaging acquisition and
data post-processing.
2. To become familiar with US elastography, particularly with those
techniques useful in the assessment of the small bowel.
3. To understand potential advantages and possible limitations of CEUS
and elastography in the assessment of inflammation and fibrosis in
Crohn’s disease.
08:58
A-005 B. Is there space for MDCT (spectral imaging, iodine
map)?
J. Podgorska; Warsaw/PL
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand basic principles of spectral imaging, including data
post-processing.
2. To appreciate the strengths and limitations of spectral imaging in the
abdomen.
3. To learn about advantages and possible limitations of spectral
imaging in the assessment of inflammation and fibrosis in Crohn’s
disease.
NH 1
New frontiers in imaging of vascular
wall and plaque
08:30
A-007 Chairman’s introduction: How to use the tools?
C. Loewe; Vienna/AT
Session Objectives:
1. To learn about the demands in vessel wall and plaque imaging.
2. To understand the importance of non-invasive imaging for risk
assessment.
3. To appreciate the necessity of comprehensive assessment in
atherosclerosis.
08:35
A-008 Molecular imaging for MR
M.R. Makowski; Berlin/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the potential of MRI for clinical risk assessment in
atherosclerosis.
2. To learn about new specific contrast agents for plaque load
quantification and plaque remodelling visualisation.
3. To appreciate the value of MRI for predicting future atherosclerotic
events.
08:53
A-009 New insights using nuclear and hybrid imaging
J. Knuuti; Turku/FI
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the potential of hybrid techniques for assessing
vulnerable plaque and atherosclerosis activity.
2. To learn about new tracers for plaque imaging.
3. To appreciate the importance of functional imaging in
atherosclerosis.
09:11
A-010 Ultrasound elastography: how useful can it be?
N. Liasis; Athens/GR
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the technical principles of ultrasound
elastography in vessel wall imaging.
2. To learn about the potential of elastography in the identification of
the vulnerable plaque.
3. To understand the role of ultrasound elastography in atherosclerosis
and risk assessment.
09:29
A-011 New options with CT
A. Persson; Linköping/SE
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the technical possibilities of modern CT in
plaque analysis.
2. To learn about the value of multi-energy imaging for functional
imaging in atherosclerosis.
3. To appreciate the usefulness of CT based scores for assessment of
atherosclerotic plaque burden.
Panel discussion:
09:47 Predictive role of imaging in the evolution of
atherosclerosis: where do we stand?
09:21
A-006 C. Will MRI (DWI and perfusion) solve the problem?
S.A. Taylor; London/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand basic principles of DWI applied to Crohn’s disease.
2. To learn about MR-perfusion protocols and data analysis.
3. To learn about advantages and possible limitations of MRI in the
assessment of inflammation and fibrosis in Crohn’s disease.
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08:30–10:00 Room N
08:30–10:00 Room L8
Computer Applications
EuroSafe Imaging Session
RC 105
EuroSafe 1 Low-dose research in medical radiation
protection
Daily use of mobile devices in radiology
08:30
A-012 Chairman’s introduction
O. Ratib; Geneva/CH
08:35
A-013 A. What did mobile devices change in radiology
education?
E. Kotter; Freiburg/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To give an overview of tools available for e-learning.
2. To explore the potential impact of e-learning in the daily radiological
practice.
3. To explore future developments and limits of e-learning.
08:58
A-014 B. Is it appropriate to read a study on a smartphone or a
tablet?
E. Neri; Pisa/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To give an overview of available DICOM viewers and software for
reporting imaging studies.
2. To discuss technical requirements of mobile devices for use in
imaging interpretation.
3. To provide insight on future developments of imaging viewing
technology.
09:21
A-015 C. Security and ethical issues of mobile device
technology
E.R. Ranschaert; ‚s-Hertogenbosch/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To provide an overview of technical solutions for patients’ image and
data mobility.
2. To provide a risk assessment analysis (data loss, privacy, etc.) of
mobile technology.
3. To give an overview of European legislation in relation to patient
image and data mobility.
Panel discussion:
09:44 Will mobile technology overcome stationary technology
in radiology?
08:30
A-016 Developing a strategic research agenda for medical
radiation protection: a chance for advancing research in
radiology
W. Stiller; Heidelberg/DE
Wednesday
Session Objectives:
1. To give an overview of tools available on mobile devices for education
and exam reporting.
2. To underline the impact of mobile devices in routine clinical activity.
3. To learn about the legislative backbone and potential drawbacks of
mobile technology.
Moderator: L. Rainford; Dublin/IE
Learning Objectives:
1. To raise awareness of the multi-disciplinary effort to define a
common strategic research agenda (SRA) for medical radiation
protection.
2. To learn about the research topics identified in view of low-dose
imaging.
3. To understand the SRA’s potential for furthering and improving
low-dose imaging research and its translation to clinical routine
application.
08:53
A-017 Do iodinated contrast media enhance DNA damage after
exposure to ionising radiation?
G. Frija; Paris/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To raise awareness of the interrelation of ionising radiation-induced
DNA damage and iodinated contrast media usage.
2. To understand the underlying mechanisms of radiation-induced
DNA damage in the presence of iodinated contrast agents.
3. To outline the clinical implications in view of contrast-enhanced
imaging employing iodinated contrast agents.
09:16
A-018 Dose reduction in modern digital plain-radiography on
the basis of indication-specific, standardised quality
criteria
D. Spira; Heidelberg/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the definition of indication-specific objective qualitycontrol criteria for radiation dose reduction in digital radiography.
2. To understand that objective quality-control criteria enable
indication-specific radiation dose reduction of 40-50% without loss
of relevant diagnostic information.
3. To raise awareness of the dose reduction potential in digital plainradiography of the entire spine, of the full leg in knee malalignment,
of the pelvis after total hip arthroplasty or osteosynthesis, and of the
knee following total knee arthroplasty.
09:38
A-019 Paediatric imaging: are risks of ionising radiation
exposure established?
H. Ducou le Pointe; Paris/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the risks associated with the exposure to ionising
radiation in paediatric imaging.
2. To become familiar with current research methods and underlying
theories for defining the risks in paediatric patient populations.
3. To outline the clinical implications in view of paediatric imaging.
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Musculoskeletal
RC 110
The elbow: a comprehensive approach
08:30
A-020 Chairman’s introduction
A. Alcalá-Galiano; Madrid/ES
Session Objectives:
1. To understand that assessing this joint requires specific technical
focus of technique, imaging protocol, choice of coils and sequences
and modalities.
2. To learn about the pivotal role of the radiologist in evaluating
elbow imaging in order to provide essential information for the
arthroscopist.
08:35
A-021 A. The tendons: anatomy, pathology and intervention
P. Peetrons; Brussels/BE
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the normal imaging anatomy and
pathological appearances of the elbow tendons.
2. To learn about interventional radiological techniques for treating
elbow tendon disease.
08:58
A-022 B. Ligament injury and instability: what to look for and
what to say
M.C. De Jonge; Amsterdam/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with patterns of abnormality seen in elbow
instability.
2. To learn about the imaging findings of elbow instability.
09:21
A-023 C. Nerve entrapment at the elbow
L.M. Sconfienza; San Donato Milanese/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the radiological anatomy of the peripheral nerves at
the elbow.
2. To learn about the imaging findings of nerve entrapments at the
elbow.
Panel discussion:
09:44 US, CT, conventional MR, high field MR: what to choose
when?
08:30–10:00 Room F2
Breast
RC 102
Breast ultrasound 2016
09:30
A-026 C. Nodal staging of breast cancer: still needed?
F. Kilburn-Toppin; Cambridge/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To know the current debate on sentinel node biopsy and axillary
lymph node dissection.
2. To appreciate the clinical role of staging of the axilla using ultrasound
with selective ultrasound-guided needle biopsy.
3. To understand the need for discriminating between minimal versus
advanced nodal metastatic involvement.
08:30–10:00 Room D1
Chest
RC 104
Pneumonia
08:30
A-027 Chairman’s introduction
I.E. Tyurin; Moscow/RU
Session Objectives:
1. To review the role of imaging in infectious lung diseases.
2. To become confident in recognising typical patterns.
08:35
A-028 A. Community-acquired pneumonia
I. Hartmann; Rotterdam/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To review the role of imaging examinations in the management of
community-acquired pneumonia.
2. To learn about signs which suggest specific pathogens and help to
discriminate from noninfectious diseases.
08:58
A-029 B. Tuberculosis
E. Castañer; Sabadell/ES
Learning Objectives:
1. To review typical and atypical tuberculosis manifestations on
imaging.
2. To differentiate between acute and chronic tuberculosis infection.
09:21
A-030 C. Fungal pneumonia in immunocompromised hosts
J. Mayer; Heidelberg/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To review the various expression of fungal lung infection depending
on the type of immune depression.
2. To become familiar with CT signs suggesting angio invasive fungal
infection.
Panel discussion:
09:44 What is the role of radiologists in the diagnosis and
management of lung infections?
Moderator: A. Athanasiou; Athens/FR
08:30
A-024 A. Evidence for screening in dense breasts
V. Girardi; Brescia/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand how breast density negatively impacts on sensitivity of
screening mammography.
2. To know the results of additional screening methods in women with
dense breasts.
3. To be aware of cost considerations for additional screening methods.
09:00
A-025 B. Elastosonography: true advances or false hope?
C.S. Balleyguier; Villejuif/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand physical principles of elastosonography.
2. To become familiar with the technique of shear-wave
elastosonography of the breast.
3. To appreciate reproducibility and clinical value of elastosonography
in clinical practice.
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Physics in Radiology
RC 113
Single-dual-multi-energy CT
08:30
A-031 Chairman’s introduction
J. Damilakis; Iraklion/GR
Session Objectives:
1. To learn about the basics of dual energy CT (DECT).
2. To understand today’s photon counting detector technology.
3. To learn how DECT is applied in clinical practice.
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08:35
A-032 A. Basics of diagnostic dual energy CT
09:21
A-038 C. Mistakes in assessment of ovarian masses
T. Klinder; Hamburg/DE
I. Thomassin-Naggara; Paris/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the underlying physics and today’s technology.
2. To see potential advantages compared to single energy CT.
3. To appreciate the rationale behind clinical applications.
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with benign masses mimicking ovarian cancer.
2. To demonstrate benign and malignant diseases mimicking peritoneal
carcinomatosis.
3. To learn about imaging strategies for avoiding these pitfalls.
08:58
A-033 B. Photon counting detector technology for diagnostic
CT
M. Danielsson; Stockholm/SE
09:21
A-034 C. Do we really need multi-energy CT?
08:30–10:00 Room G
Neuro
RC 111
S.T. Schindera; Basle/CH
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about medical applications and potential benefits.
2. To see which single energy applications should be replaced by dual
energy applications, and why.
3. To find out what additional multi-energy CT applications would be
nice to have.
Panel discussion:
09:44 How many energies do we need in CT?
08:30–10:00 Room K
Genitourinary
RC 107
Pitfalls in gynaecologic oncologic
imaging: how to avoid them and
minimise risks
08:30
A-035 Chairman’s introduction
E. Sala; New York, NY/US
Session Objectives:
1. To provide an overview of pitfalls and errors in interpretation of
gynaecologic cancers.
2. To become familiar with strategies for avoiding pitfalls.
08:35
A-036 A. Mistakes in assessment of cervical cancer
K. Downey; London/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with pitfalls in staging of cervical cancer and in
monitoring treatment response.
2. To learn how to differentiate mimics of cervical cancer.
3. To understand the central role of MRI in treatment planning.
08:58
A-037 B. Mistakes in assessment of endometrial cancer
T.M. Cunha, M. Horta; Lisbon/PT
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with pitfalls in local tumour spread in
endometrial cancer.
2. To learn how to differentiate benign and malignant mimics.
3. To appreciate the complementary value of functional MRI
techniques.
4. To understand the potential clinical impact of these mistakes in
treatment planning.
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Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the underlying physics and technological solutions.
2. To understand the potential advantages compared to dual energy CT.
3. To appreciate how mature today’s photon counting technology is.
Panel discussion:
09:44 How can we improve interdisciplinary communication
and avoid misunderstanding in our reports?
Toxic brain disorders
Moderator: P. Due-Tønnessen; Oslo/NO
08:30
A-039 A. Alcohol-related changes in the brain
M. Knauth; Göttingen/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To document how imaging can help with diagnosing acute alcohol
poisoning and chronic alcoholic encephalopathy.
2. To discuss Wernicke encephalopathy.
3. To present the imaging findings in methanol and ethylene glycol
poisoning.
09:00
A-040 B. Recreational drugs and occupational hazards
L. Reneman; Amsterdam/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To present an overview of recreational drugs and how they influence
the brain.
2. To illustrate the effect of drugs on imaging studies (amphetamines,
ecstasy, cocaine, heroine, methadone, ...).
3. To understand how occupationally used toxic substances can
influence the brain (including toluene, cyanide, organophosphates,
lead and mercury poisoning, ...).
09:30
A-041 C. Treatment-induced effects on the brain parenchyma
J. Alvarez-Linera; Madrid/ES
Learning Objectives:
1. To show the imaging findings after radiation therapy in the acute,
early and late delayed stages.
2. To present an overview of long-term sequelae after radiation therapy.
3. To discuss treatment induced leukoencephalopathy after
chemotherapy (especially metothrexate).
08:30–10:00 Room M 1
Molecular Imaging
RC 106
Molecular imaging:
what can we quantify?
Moderator: T.H. Helbich; Vienna/AT
08:30
A-042 A. Advanced MRI techniques
C.A. Cuénod; Paris/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about functional MRI (fMRI, DCE-MRI), diffusion tensor
imaging (DTI) and diffusion-weighted imaging (DWI).
2. To understand the application of these techniques in the study of the
healthy and diseased.
3. To learn about quantification using MR.
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09:00
A-043 B. Advanced PET imaging techniques
T. Beyer; Vienna/AT
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the fundamentals of PET physics relevant to MR/PET
imaging.
2. To appreciate the advantages of MR/PET and its complementary role
in diagnostic oncology.
3. To learn about the benefits and challenges of quantification in PET.
09:30
A-044 C. Clinical applications of quantitative hybrid imaging in
oncology
Panel discussion:
09:44 Practical and economic issues in using high-end
guidance for interventional radiology
08:30–10:00 Room M 4
Emergency Radiology
RC 117
Moderator: S. Wirth; Munich/DE
L. Umutlu; Essen/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the role of hybrid imaging in clinical
oncology.
2. To learn about quantification in oncology: its benefits and limitations.
3. To understand hybrid imaging applications in relationship to disease
presentations.
08:30–10:00 Room M 3
Interventional Radiology
RC 109
Image fusion for image-guided
interventions
Abdominal trauma: does it bleed, will
it start bleeding or is something else
leaking?
08:30
A-049 A. Liver and spleen
M. Scaglione; Castel Volturno/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with traumatic injuries of the liver and spleen
that can result in hemodynamic instability and other clinical
complications.
2. To learn how to optimise scanning protocols to diagnose these
injuries.
3. To understand the impact of these imaging findings on further
management of patients and report accordingly.
09:00
A-050 B. Pancreas, bowel and mesentery
M.A. Patak; Zurich/CH
08:30
A-045 Chairman’s introduction
A. Adam; London/UK
Session Objectives:
1. To provide an overview of 3D navigation systems.
2. To learn about stereotaxis with manual and automatic aiming
devices.
3. To learn about cone beam CT and ultrasound guidance with image
fusion.
08:35
A-046 A. Cone-beam CT in vascular and non-vascular
interventional procedures
T.F. Jakobs; Munich/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn how to use cone-beam CT in guiding interventional
procedures.
2. To learn when to use this technique in oncologic biopsies and
ablations.
3. To learn how to use this technique in improving efficacy and safety of
intra-arterial procedures.
08:58
A-047 B. US image fusion
G.H. Mostbeck; Vienna/AT
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the technologies used to fuse CT/US and MR/US
images.
2. To understand how to use them in clinical practice.
3. To understand the indications for these technologies in difficult cases.
09:21
A-048 C. How can we improve targeting in image-guided
interventions: stereotaxis, robotics and advanced
techniques
L.A. Solbiati; Rozzano/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with principles of stereotaxis and robotics for
guiding interventions.
2. To learn about new and advanced techniques in image-guided
therapies.
3. To understand when and how to use these techniques in oncologic
and non-oncologic interventions.
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Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with traumatic injuries of the pancreas, bowel
and mesentery that can result in hemodynamic instability and other
clinical complications.
2. To learn how to optimise scanning protocols to diagnose these
injuries.
3. To understand the impact of these imaging findings on further
management of patients and report accordingly.
09:30
A-051 C. Urogenital tract
R.H. Oyen; Leuven/BE
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with traumatic injuries of the urogenital tract
that can result in hemodynamic instability and other clinical
complications.
2. To learn how to optimise scanning protocols to diagnose these
injuries.
3. To understand the impact of these imaging findings on further
management of patients and report accordingly.
08:30–10:00 Room M 5
E3 - ECR Master Classes (Cardiac)
E3 126
Cardiac CT and new interventions
08:30
A-052 Chairman’s introduction
A. Jankauskas; Kaunas/LT
Session Objectives:
1. To appreciate the relationship between the evolution of CT
technology and growing innovations in cardiovascular intervention
equipment.
2. To learn about advantages and disadvantages of preinterventional
and postinterventional CT compared to other imaging modalities.
3. To learn techniques for lowering radiation dose during preprocedural
and postprocedural CT.
4. To become familiar with possible approaches for interventional
procedure and CT, as well as criteria for successful performance.
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08:40
A-053 A. CT before and after transcatheter aortic valve
interventions (TAVI)
J.-N. Dacher; Rouen/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the technical principles, possible complications and
potential limitations of MDCT acquisition in TAVI candidates.
2. To understand the anatomy of the aortic annulus and to learn about
CT prosthesis sizing.
3. To understand the importance of optimal communication of CT
results to the Heart Team and to learn about a structured report.
4. To learn how to anticipate the various possible complications of TAVI
and to learn how to detect them by postprocedural CT.
P. Blanke; Vancouver, BC/CA
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the anatomy and normal appearance of the mitral
apparatus on cardiac CT.
2. To learn about common mitral valve pathologies including mitral
annular calcifications, myxomatous degeneration, mitral valve
prolapse and mitral stenosis and their appearance on cardiac CT.
3. To learn about recent advances in TMVI and the role of preoperative
cross-sectional imaging for patient and device selection.
4. To understand how CT-derived information can facilitate
periprocedural guidance with echocardiography and fluoroscopy.
09:20
A-055 C. CT before and after electrophysiology interventions
R. Salgado; Antwerp/BE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the evolving role of CT imaging in patients before and
after an electrophysiology intervention.
2. To understand what the electrophysiologist wants to know from the
CT examination, and how to adapt your scan protocol accordingly.
3. To become familiar with the commonly performed electrophysiology
procedures, their pathophysiological background and the most
common complications.
Discussion:
09:40 How can CT best facilitate cardiac interventions?
10:30–12:00
E3 - The Beauty of Basic Knowledge:
Breast Imaging
E3 24A
Breast ultrasound: a primer
Moderator: J. Camps Herrero; Valencia/ES
12:30
A-058 Breast ultrasound: a primer
A. Tardivon; Paris/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To review the clinical indications of breast ultrasound.
2. To understand the technical issues tied to a state-of-the-art US exam
and new developments.
3. To learn how to deal with lesions detected at mammography and at
MRI.
12:30–13:30
Room D1
E3 - The Beauty of Basic Knowledge:
Chest Imaging
E3 25A
Useful signs in chest radiology
Moderator: N. Howarth; Chêne-Bougeries/CH
12:30
A-059 A. Lung parenchyma
G.R. Ferretti; Grenoble/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To review the most useful signs on the chest x-ray.
2. To learn how to interpret the chest x-ray more accurately.
3. To know the appropriate indications of the chest x-ray.
13:00
A-060 B. Mediastinum and chest wall
J. Cáceres; Barcelona/ES
Learning Objectives:
1. To review the most useful signs on the chest x-ray.
2. To learn how to interpret the chest x-ray more accurately.
3. To know the appropriate indications of the chest x-ray.
Room A
E3 - ECR Academies:
Interactive Teaching Sessions
E3 221
Room B
Unexpected findings on brain MRI
10:30
A-056 A. Large ventricles: normal or abnormal?
S. Langner; Greifswald/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To gain a basic understanding of CSF production, resorption and
flow.
2. To learn how to differentiate the different forms of hydrocephalus.
3. To learn how to differentiate physiologic changes of the ventricular
system from hydrocephalus.
11:15
A-057 B. Incidental lesions on a brain MRI
E.T. Tali; Ankara/TR
Learning Objectives:
1. To gain an in-depth understanding of the normal anatomy of the
brain.
2. To learn how to identify incidental findings on a brain MRI.
3. To be able to confidently detect and describe normal imaging
findings of the brain on x-ray, ultrasound, CT and MRI.
4. To learn how to handle the incidental findings.
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Room B
E3 - ECR Master Classes
(Abdominal Viscera)
E3 426a
A tour around cholangiopathies
16:00
A-061 Chairman’s introduction
C. Matos; Lisbon/PT
Session Objective:
1. To briefly discuss the diagnostic challenge in cholangiopathies.
16:05
A-062 A. Clinical scenarios
M. Arvanitaki; Brussels/BE
Learning Objectives:
1. To describe common and uncommon aetiologies of cholangiopathies
and their complications.
2. To list laboratory tests to orientate the diagnosis.
3. To define questions which can be asked of radiologists in order to
orientate the diagnosis.
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09:00
A-054 B. CT before and after transcatheter mitral valve
interventions (TMVI)
12:30–13:30
Postgraduate Educational Programme
16:25
A-063 B. Which imaging modalities?
J.M. Lee; Seoul/KR
Learning Objectives:
1. To describe the role of imaging modalities.
2. To define the potential role of functional and metabolic imaging
modalities.
3. To appraise the cost-benefit of different imaging strategies.
16:45
A-064 C. Treatment: which and when
E. Jonas; Stockholm/SE
Learning Objectives:
1. To describe surgical and non-surgical therapeutic options
2. To identify criteria for personalised treatment.
17:05
Multidisciplinary panel discussion
16:00–17:30
Room C
New Horizons Session
NH 4
Big data: why should radiologists care?
16:00
A-065 Chairman’s introduction
M. Dewey; Berlin/DE
Session Objectives:
1. To appreciate the opportunities and challenges of big data.
2. To understand the current status of big data in radiology.
3. To learn about how big data could change radiology in the future.
16:05
A-066 Big data: big science
G. Zanetti; Pula/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand what big data is and how it will impact clinical data
integration and analysis.
2. To learn about how to best use them in biomedical research.
3. To appreciate the technological challenges.
16:25
A-067 Big data: big business
B.J. Hillman; Charlottesville, VA/US
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the potential of computerised approaches to analyse
large volumes of data so that past experiences can advise improved
care for future patients.
2. To learn about how big data analytics have the potential to transform
the quality and efficiency of health care.
3. To appreciate that the business of applying big data analytics to health
care is in its earliest stages and is likely to develop rapidly in the near
future.
16:45
A-068 Big data: what’s in it for the patient?
M.G.M. Hunink; Rotterdam/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand how big data can be used to improve patient care and
patient outcomes.
2. To learn about big data sources that could be useful to patient
management decisions.
3. To appreciate limitations of big data in patient care, including bias in
the data and ethical and data privacy issues.
17:05
Panel discussion:
How to make best use of big data?
16:00–17:30
Room O
Paediatric
RC 412
Chest imaging in paediatrics
Moderator: W. Hirsch; Leipzig/DE
16:00
A-069 A. Congenital anomalies of the chest
M. Haliloglu; Ankara/TR
Learning Objectives:
1. To discuss best imaging techniques when evaluating congenital chest
anomalies.
2. To have an overview of antenatal and postnatal appearances of
common congenital chest anomalies.
3. To understand the clinical significance and management of
congenital lung and thoracic wall anomalies.
16:30
A-070 B. Lung infection and its complications
M.L. Lobo; Lisbon/PT
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the justification for imaging children with lower
respiratory tract infection.
2. To provide tips for accurate diagnosis and to understand differential
diagnosis.
3. To become familiar with complications and potential underlying
conditions.
17:00
A-071 C. Imaging interstitial lung disease in children:
update 2016
M.P. García-Peña; Barcelona/ES
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand optimised protocols.
2. To learn about updated nomenclature of interstitial lung diseases in
children.
3. To discuss a systematic approach for the diagnosis of common
entities diffusely affecting the paediatric lung.
16:00–17:30
Room N
Head and Neck
RC 408
Head and neck imaging:
don’t sell your ultrasound yet!
Moderator: D.-A. Varoquaux; Marseille/FR
16:00
A-072 A. Salivary gland imaging with ultrasound
S. Colley; Birmingham/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the limitations of clinical examination.
2. To learn about the diagnostic approach to salivary glands.
3. To appreciate how to differentiate salivary gland pathology.
16:30
A-073 B. Masses of the soft parts of the neck
S. Robinson; Vienna/AT
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with cervical ultrasound anatomy.
2. To learn about benign neck masses.
17:00
A-074 C. Lymph nodes: differential diagnosis and fine-needle
aspiration
R. Maroldi; Brescia/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To get acquainted with normal and abnormal findings.
2. To understand the patterns of nodal involvement.
3. To learn about technique of fine needle aspiration.
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16:00–17:30
Room E1
Musculoskeletal
RC 410
16:30
A-081 The European paediatric imaging project
C. Owens; London/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To discuss difficulties with data collection from diverse European
radiology centres.
2. To encourage engagement using the ‘Eurosafe Imaging Stars’ model.
3. To analyse the impact of commercial engagement and support in
dose optimisation for children.
Bone trauma in the axial skeleton:
patterns of injury and how I describe
them
Moderator: M.-A. Weber; Heidelberg/DE
16:00
A-075 A. Thoracic and lumbar spine
16:40
A-082 The EuroSafe Imaging dose management project
D. Caramella; Pisa/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the types of injury seen in the thoracic and
lumbar spine.
2. To learn how to describe the injuries in a manner useful to the
clinician.
Learning Objectives:
1. To appreciate that IT tools may enable a systematic analysis of
dosimetric behaviours in radiology.
2. To understand how dose management may help to reduce all
variations that are not clinically justified and to trigger focused
training activities.
3. To discuss the opportunity to shift the emphasis from risk
communication to safety reassurance.
16:30
A-076 B. Pelvis
Wednesday
V.N. Cassar-Pullicino; Oswestry/UK
K. Verstraete, F.M.H.M. Vanhoenacker, L. Jans, W. Huysse; Ghent/BE
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the types of injury seen in the pelvis.
2. To learn how to describe the injuries in a manner useful to the
clinician.
16:50
A-083 AFROSAFE Imaging Alliance and Campaign
M.G. Kawooya; Kampala/UG
Learning Objectives:
1. To describe the process of the establishment of AFROSAFE.
2. To list the vision, mission, objectives, strategies and actions.
3. To discuss the collaborations with EuroSafe Imaging, Image Gently &
Image wisely.
4. To discuss collaboration with patients for patients’ safety (PFP)
initiatives in Africa.
5. To review the achievements to date; namely, promotion of DRLs in
African countries and raising awareness of radiation safety among
policy makers, health-workers and the public.
17:00
A-077 C. Acetabulum
A. Kassarjian; Majadahonda/ES
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the types of injury seen in the acetabulum.
2. To learn how to describe the injuries in a manner useful to the
clinician.
16:00–17:30
Room E2
17:00
A-084 Image Wisely and Image Gently: an overview
D.P. Frush; Durham, NC/US
EuroSafe Imaging Session
Learning Objectives:
1. To review the history and evolution of the Image Gently and Image
Wisely campaigns.
2. To consider the potential future directions and initiatives that Image
Gently and Image Wisely may pursue.
3. To discuss methods to insure adherence to best practices in radiation
dose monitoring and control.
EuroSafe 2 EuroSafe Imaging Alliance & Campaign
- what is new?
Moderator: G. Frija; Paris/FR
16:00
A-078 An overview of the EuroSafe Imaging achievements over
the past year
17:10
Panel discussion
G. Frija; Paris/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To highlight the recent activities of EuroSafe Imaging.
2. To introduce the 2015/2016 EuroSafe Imaging roadmap.
3. To point out weaknesses and strengths of the concept.
16:10
A-079 Update on the concept of Diagnostic Reference Levels
16:00–17:30
Room F1
Oncologic Imaging
RC 416
Evaluating lymph node involvement:
an impossible task?
P. Vock; Spiegel/CH
Learning Objectives:
1. To review the historical development and use of Diagnostic Reference
Levels (DRLs).
2. To analyse the advantages and limitations of current DRLs.
3. To discuss modifications and future applications of DRLs.
16:20
A-080 Establishing European Diagnostic Reference Levels for
paediatric imaging: an update on the EC tender project
PiDRL
J. Damilakis; Iraklion/GR
Learning Objectives:
1. To give an overview of the PiDRL project and its achievements.
2. To understand the methodology for establishing and using DRLs for
paediatric imaging.
3. To learn about the specific requirements for paediatric DRLs (in
comparison to DRLs for adults).
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16:00
A-085 Chairman’s introduction
D.-M. Koh; Sutton/UK
16:05
A-086 A. The current criteria for nodal involvement MRI/CT
W. Schima; Vienna/AT
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the role of local nodal staging and its importance for
management and prognosis.
2. To become familiar with the current imaging criteria for assessment
of nodal metastases.
3. To understand the diagnostic performance of cross-sectional
imaging.
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16:28
A-087 B. Advanced MRI techniques: what do they contribute?
H.C. Thoeny; Berne/CH
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the principle of DWI of nodes.
2. To learn about the appearances of malignant nodes on diffusionweighted MRI.
3. To become familiar with node-specific enhanced MRI.
16:51
A-088 C. PET and other nuclear medicine techniques
16:00–17:30
Chest
RC 404
17:14
M. Rémy-Jardin; Lille/FR
Session Objectives:
1. To review the current controversies regarding PE diagnosis.
2. To appreciate the need for defining a standardised management.
16:05
A-094 A. Subsegmental PE, incidental PE: diagnosis and
management
C.M. Schaefer-Prokop; Amersfoort/NL
Panel discussion:
Will imaging ever make diagnostic biopsy unnecessary?
16:00–17:30
Room F2
Breast
RC 402
Learning Objectives:
1. To review the characteristics of subsegmental and incidental PE.
2. To suggest an appropriate management in both situations.
16:28
A-095 B. CT not available, contraindicated, or inconclusive:
what to do?
E.J.R. van Beek; Edinburgh/UK
Radio-pathological correlation: more
important than you thought
16:00
A-089 Chairman’s introduction
F.J. Gilbert; Cambridge/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To review the role of US and V/Q scan.
2. To learn about the current performance of MR.
16:51
A-096 C. Can we predict outcome from imaging?
Session Objectives:
Radiological findings need to be verified by pathological examination
but without a strict and interactive cooperation this correlation may fail.
New imaging techniques and new pathological methods/approaches
create new challenges.
B. Ghaye; Brussels/BE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn how clinical findings influence the selection of the imaging
strategy in PE.
2. To learn how imaging may predict the outcome of the patient.
3. To learn about the follow-up after treatment.
16:05
A-090 A. Pre-treatment planning
C.K. Kuhl; Aachen/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To know the role of the imaging methods for preoperative staging.
2. To understand the need for imaging-guided needle sampling and
localisation for a tailored surgery.
3. To appreciate the need for changing surgical guidelines for treating
breast cancer.
16:28
A-091 B. Intra-operative specimen evaluation
J. Camps Herrero; Valencia/ES
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about different imaging techniques for pre-operative
marking and intraoperative specimen evaluation.
2. To become familiar with methods for specimen orientation and
handling.
3. To understand the need for immediate reporting/reaction from
radiological department to surgical room.
16:51
A-092 C. The breast radiologist sitting down with the
pathologist
T. Tot; Falun/SE
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the importance of using imaging to guide the
pathologist in complex lesions.
2. To know the different ways of correlating radiology and pathology.
3. To learn how to enhance this cooperation in order to achieve the best
results in terms of tumour extension and tumour margins.
17:14
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Panel discussion:
How to enhance the interaction between radiologists and
pathologists?
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16:00
A-093 Chairman’s introduction
T. Barwick; London/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn the typical appearance on nodal metastatic disease on FDG.
2. To recognise the pitfalls for interpretation.
3. To become familiar with new radiotracers, including choline PET, for
the demonstration of nodal disease.
Room D1
17:14
Panel discussion:
How to optimise patient management?
16:00–17:30
Room D2
Physics in Radiology
RC 413
Artefacts and pitfalls in tomography
16:00
A-097 Chairman’s introduction
V. Tsapaki; Athens/GR
Session Objectives:
1. To learn about the origins of image artefacts in tomographic imaging.
2. To understand image distortions in hybrid imaging.
3. To learn about solutions and work-arounds.
16:05
A-098 A. CT
M. Kachelrieß; Heidelberg/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the source of artefacts in clinical CT.
2. To understand the most important correction methods.
3. To find out what artefact correction techniques are actually provided
by the CT vendors in their systems.
16:28
A-099 B. PET/CT
T. Beyer; Vienna/AT
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand image distortions, artefacts and bias from
methodological pitfalls.
2. To appreciate and understand solutions to frequent image distortions.
3. To understand the methodological limitations of PET/CT.
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A-100 C. MR/PET
H.H. Quick; Essen/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To identify common artefacts.
2. To understand the physical origin of and methods to resolve artefacts.
3. To understand the interrelation of MR artefacts and bias in PET
quantification.
17:14
Panel discussion:
Imagine imaging without artefacts: dos and don’ts in
your clinical practice
Room K
E3 - ECR Master Classes (Genitourinary)
E3 426b
MR-targeted focal therapies for
prostate cancer
16:00
A-101 Chairman’s introduction: the rationale for focal therapy
F. Cornud; Paris/FR
Session Objective:
1. To provide an overview of indications, techniques and outcome of
MR-targeted treatment of prostate cancer.
16:05
A-102 A. The role of multiparametric MR in the planning phase
of focal therapy
V. Panebianco; Rome/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To present the mpMRI criteria in the planning phase of focal
treatment.
2. To understand the role of MRI in patient selection.
16:23
A-103 B. MR-targeted high intensity focused ultrasound
M.C. Roethke; Heidelberg/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with indications and technique.
2. To demonstrate findings during and after treatment.
3. To show complications and outcome.
16:41
A-104 C. MR-guided cryoablation and focal laser therapy
J.J. Fütterer; Nijmegen/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with indications and technique.
2. To demonstrate findings during and after treatment.
3. To show complications and outcome.
16:59
A-105 D. MR-targeted intensity-modulated radiotherapy with
focal boost
V. Fonteyne; Ghent/BE
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with indications and technique.
2. To illustrate findings during and after treatment.
3. To show complications/toxicity and outcome.
17:17
Panel discussion:
What are the challenges in providing focal treatment in
prostate cancer?
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Room G
E3 - ECR Academies:
Neuroradiology: from Morphology to Function
E3 419
Functional MRI of the brain opens new
horizons
16:00
A-106 Chairman’s introduction
T.A. Yousry; London/UK
16:03
A-107 A. No function without structure: challenges in diffusion
MRI and fiber tractography for clinical research
A. Leemans; Utrecht/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To present an introduction to the use of diffusion MRI and fiber
tractography of the brain.
2. To illustrate how these techniques have provided new insights into
functional neuroanatomy.
3. To raise awareness about methodological challenges and limitations
for clinical applications.
16:32
A-108 B. Clinical utility of fMRI for pre-operative brain mapping
H. Urbach; Freiburg/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To reveal how morphometric analysis of 3D data sets can help to
reveal the true extent of a cerebral lesion in the pre-surgical work-up.
2. To demonstrate how fMRI is useful for documenting the spatial
relationship of brain lesions to the adjacent eloquent cerebral cortex.
3. To illustrate how diffusion tensor tractography can reveal important
white matter tracts such as the corticospinal tract and optic radiation.
17:01
A-109 C. Introduction to resting state fMRI and functional
connectomics
L. Nyberg; Umea/SE
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand how spontaneous fluctuations in activity in different
parts of the brain can be used to study functional brain networks.
2. To review how resting-state functional MRI (rfMRI) can be used to
map the macroscopic functional connectome.
3. To highlight some upcoming challenges in functional connectomics,
using high-quality rfMRI data being generated by the Human
Connectome Project.
16:00–17:30
Room M 1
Vascular
RC 415
Basic principles of varicose vein
diagnosis and endovascular treatment
Moderator: D. Karnabatidis; Patras/GR
16:00
A-110 A. Diagnostic cross-sectional imaging
H. Hoppe; Berne/CH
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the whole spectrum of varicose vein
pathology.
2. To learn about technical principles of state-of-the-art lower limb
venous imaging studies.
3. To learn how to extrapolate imaging findings into endovascular
treatment.
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16:00–17:30
16:00–17:30
Postgraduate Educational Programme
16:30
A-111
16:00–17:30
B. Saphenous vein ablation
M. Akesson; Höllviken/SE
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the principles of ablation therapy.
2. To learn the technique for ablation and how to avoid complications.
3. To learn about outcomes and complications.
17:00
A-112
C. Ultrasound guided sclerotherapy
Interventional Radiology
RC 409
T. de Baère; Villejuif/FR
Session Objectives:
1. To understand the basic principles of various ablation techniques.
2. To learn how to choose the right ablation technique for a specific
lesion.
3. To learn about advantages of each technique over different tissue
properties.
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the principles of venous sclerotheraphy.
2. To learn about technical principles of US-guided sclerosis of lower
limb veins.
3. To learn about pros and cons of US-guided sclerosis versus
endovascular ablation.
Room M 2
16:05
A-117
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the physical and technical basis of radiofrequency
ablation.
2. To understand the advantages and limitations of the technique.
3. To become familiar with the current indications in oncology.
Imaging of cardiac valves: new trends
Moderator: G. Roditi; Glasgow/UK
16:00
A-113 A. Echocardiography remains the reference technique
16:23
A-118
P.L. Pereira; Heilbronn/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about state-of-the-art echo techniques to evaluate cardiac
valves.
2. To provide a practical approach to assessing valve pathology based on
echocardiography.
3. To become familiar with the role of echo in the diagnosis, clinical
management and prognosis.
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the physical and technical basis of microwave ablation.
2. To understand the advantages and limitations of the technique as
compared to RF ablation.
3. To become familiar with the current indications in oncology.
16:41
A-119 C. Cryoablation: ice can be better than heat
D.J. Breen; Southampton/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the physical and technical basis of cryoablation.
2. To understand the advantages and limitations of the technique.
3. To become familiar with the current indications in oncology.
M. Francone; Rome/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the role of MRI in diagnosis and evaluation of valvular
disease.
2. To become familiar with state-of-the-art MRI techniques to evaluate
valvular disease.
3. To learn about typical imaging findings in MRI with impact on
clinical management.
16:59
A-120 D. Irreversible electroporation: principles, technique and
clinical applications
A. Nilsson; Uppsala/SE
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the physical and technical basis of irreversible
electroporation (IRE).
2. To understand the advantages and limitations of the technique.
3. To become familiar with the current indications in oncology.
C. Does CT have a role in diagnosing valvular disease?
G. Feuchtner; Innsbruck/AT
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about state-of-the-art CT techniques to evaluate cardiac
valves at low dose.
2. To review CT appearance of the most common conditions causing
valvular disease.
3. To become familiar with the role of CT in the diagnosis and clinical
management.
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B. Microwave ablation: what is the difference?
F. Knebel; Berlin/DE
16:30
A-114 B. MRI is the best comprehensive approach
17:00
A-115
A. Thermal ablation with RF
F. Orsi; Milan/IT
Cardiac
RC 403
Basic principles of percutaneous
tumour ablation
16:00
A-116 Chairman’s introduction
P.F. Sousa; Ermesinde/PT
16:00–17:30
Room M 3
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Panel discussion:
Selection of ablation modalities: operator’s preference
or evidence-based?
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16:00–17:30
Room M 4
Emergency Radiology
RC 417
‘Special patients’ in the emergency
room: when and how to image them?
Moderator: U. Linsenmaier; Munich/DE
16:00
A-121 A. Children
V. Miele, C.L. Piccolo, M. Trinci; Rome/IT
16:50
A-126/A-127
Questions and answers
S. Weckbach1, J. Sellors2; 1Heidelberg/DE, 2London/UK
Learning Objectives:
The discussion will address the following issues:
1. Is it better to report or to ignore IFs?
2. Should there be differences for IFs in clinical imaging than in
research studies?
3. Do we need worldwide obliging guidelines for the handling of IFs?
3. Should different categories of IFs have different consequences for the
patient/study participant?
Wednesday
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with common non-traumatic emergencies in the
paediatric population.
2. To comprehend the rationale of using different diagnostic imaging
methods in emergency situations.
3. To understand the impact of imaging findings on patient
management.
16:30
A-122 B. Pregnant patients
H. Alkadhi; Zurich/CH
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the most common non-traumatic
emergencies in pregnant women.
2. To learn which tests to choose in pregnant patients for the diagnostic
evaluation of pulmonary embolism and acute abdomen.
3. To know current guidelines and recommendations for contrast media
administration in pregnancy.
17:00
A-123 C. Elderly patients
K. Katulska; Poznan/PL
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with typical and atypical clinical emergency
situations in the elderly.
2. To understand imaging strategies and the role of different imaging
methods in elderly patients.
3. To learn common and specific imaging findings in the elderly
population.
16:00–17:30
Room M 5
Pros & Cons Session
PS 427
Risks and benefits of reporting
incidental findings
Moderator: S. Weckbach; Heidelberg/DE
Teaser: J. Sellors; London/UK
16:00
A-124 A. Good reasons to ignore incidental findings
L. Berlin; Skokie, IL/US
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn a correct definition of radiological ‘incidental finding’ (IF)
and understand the underlying ethical problems of IFs.
2. To learn about the impact of IFs on patients’ and study participants’
lives.
3. To understand the risks of reporting IFs.
16:25
A-125 B. Good reasons to report incidental findings
A. van der Lugt; Rotterdam/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To become aware of the differences between reporting an IF in a
clinical setting and in a research setting.
2. To become familiar with different approaches of handling IFs.
3. To understand the benefits of reporting IFs.
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08:30–10:00 Room C
E3 - ECR Academies:
Interactive Teaching Sessions
Special Focus Session
E3 521
08:30
A-134 Chairman’s introduction
Integrating diagnostic tools in breast
imaging
SF 5
Taking imaging to the cloud
J. Reponen; Raahe/FI
08:30
A-128 A. Multimodality breast imaging
K. Kinkel; Chêne-Bougeries/CH
Learning Objectives:
1. To appraise the real value of combining all the diagnostic modalities
into a final report.
2. To learn how to use the new BI-RADS categorisation system
appropriately.
09:15
A-129 B. Multiparametric breast MRI
J. Camps Herrero; Valencia/ES
08:35
A-135 How does it work?
J. Fernandez-Bayó; Sabadell/ES
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the basics of cloud computing.
2. To understand different ways in which these technologies could be
applied to medical imaging.
3. To appreciate how PACS architecture and work environment are
changing.
4. To become familiar with some practical case examples.
08:58
A-136 What are the benefits?
E.R. Ranschaert; ‚s-Hertogenbosch/NL
08:30–10:00 Room B
Abdominal Viscera
RC 501
The many faces of benign liver lesions
08:30
A-130 Chairman’s introduction
M. Karcaaltincaba; Ankara/TR
Session Objective:
1. To briefly introduce the diagnostic challenges in patients presenting
with benign liver lesions.
08:35
A-131 A. Vascular
F. Caseiro-Alves; Coimbra/PT
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with typical and infrequent manifestations of
benign hypervascular focal liver lesions.
2. To learn how to differentiate between benign and malignant lesions.
3. To appreciate the limitations and complementary roles of CT and
MR.
08:58
A-132 B. Cystic-Biliary
G. Brancatelli; Palermo/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To explain the embryological process of ductal plate formation.
2. To describe the imaging features of congenital bile duct pathology.
3. To address how imaging helps make the differential diagnosis.
09:21
A-133 C. Hepatocellular
R.L. Baron; Chicago, IL/US
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the typical aspect of hepatocellular benign lesions on
US, CT and MRI.
2. To learn when a liver-specific contrast medium can help us in the
proper characterisation of hepatocellular benign liver lesions.
3. To understand the classification of liver adenomas, prognosis and
imaging characteristics.
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the new possibilities cloud computing brings to
radiologists.
2. To understand how this concept can be applied in radiology practice.
3. To understand the benefits of imaging studies being available
independent of time and place.
4. To learn about different strategies for image storing and sharing.
09:21
A-137 What are the applications of cloud in radiology?
O. Ratib; Geneva/CH
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the technical challenges of cloud computing.
2. To understand what the risks are from a security and legal point-ofview.
3. To appreciate the issues related to service agreements with the cloud
providers.
4. To discuss the special needs of radiology.
Panel discussion:
09:44 Will cloud computing be the future of image storage?
08:30–10:00 Room O
Paediatric
RC 512
Imaging of foetus and infant
Moderator: A.M. Taylor; London/UK
08:30
A-138 A. Foetal neuro imaging
A. Rossi; Genoa/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn how to perform prenatal brain MRI and to recognise normal
features during gestation.
2. To highlight the complementary role of brain MRI to prenatal
ultrasound.
3. To become familiar with the MRI features of the main congenital
malformations and clastic injury.
Panel discussion:
09:44 How do I manage an incidental and potentially benign
liver lesion?
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Thursday
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the different technical and clinical aspects of the MRI
sequences that are used currently in breast imaging.
2. To know how to unify the information thereof provided in everyday
clinical practice.
Session Objectives:
1. To introduce different models of image management and
distribution.
2. To discuss new possibilities provided by evolving technology.
Postgraduate Educational Programme
09:00
A-139 B. Foetal body imaging
08:35
A-145 Personalised imaging in practice: a myth?
F. Avni; Lille/FR
F.J. Gilbert; Cambridge/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To have an overview of foetal abdominal diseases and malformations.
2. To learn about the complementary roles of US and MRI.
3. To understand how prenatal imaging helps in the management of the
foetus and the newborn.
Learning Objectives:
1. To define what personalised imaging means in daily radiology
practice.
2. To analyse the gaps between theory and practice of an individualised
imaging approach.
3. To determine the current level of evidence regarding the concept and
practice of individualised imaging.
09:30
A-140 C. Neonatal urinary tract imaging
M. Riccabona; Graz/AT
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about normal appearances and imaging pitfalls of the
urinary tract (UT) at birth.
2. To become familiar with the findings and conditions that cause UT
dilatation (UTD) and neonatal renal parenchymal anomalies.
3. To discuss imaging strategies in the neonatal period.
08:52
A-146 Personalised imaging and standardised protocols: a
contradiction?
S.O. Schönberg; Mannheim/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To investigate whether standardised protocols can cater to
individualised imaging.
2. To analyse which parameters influence individualised imaging.
3. To discuss the necessary adaptations of protocols to phenotypic
subpopulations.
08:30–10:00 Room N
Head and Neck
RC 508
Pathways for tumour spread
09:09
A-147 En route to personalised imaging: the role of
multidisciplinary conferences
J.A. Verschakelen; Leuven/BE
Moderator: R. Hermans; Leuven/BE
Learning Objectives:
1. To review the potential benefits and drawbacks of interdisciplinary
conferences.
2. To determine the role of multidisciplinary conferences for patient
treatment.
3. To discuss the political implications in the multidisciplinary
management of patients.
08:30
A-141 A. Pathways for oral cavity and oropharynx tumour
spread
A. Borges; Lisbon/PT
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the anatomy of the oral cavity and
oropharynx.
2. To learn which imaging technique to use.
3. To understand the typical local and remote spread of oral cavity and
oropharynx tumours.
09:26
A-148 From personalised to precision imaging: impact on
clinical practise
G.P. Krestin; Rotterdam/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To explain the concept of precision imaging.
2. To underline the importance of precision imaging for the future of
radiology.
3. To demonstrate how precision imaging is already impacting on our
daily clinical practice.
09:00
A-142 B. Pathways for nasopharyngeal tumour spread including
perineural spread
V. Chong; Singapore/SG
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the anatomy of the nasopharynx.
2. To learn which imaging technique to use.
3. To understand the typical local and remote spread of nasopharyngeal
tumours, including perineural spread.
09:30
A-143 C. Pathway for laryngeal and hypopharyngeal tumour
spread
R. Kohler; Sion/CH
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the anatomy of the larynx and hypopharynx.
2. To learn which imaging technique to use.
3. To understand the typical local and remote spread of laryngeal and
hypopharyngeal tumours.
08:30–10:00 Studio 2016
Professional Challenges Session
PC 5
Personalised radiology: myth or reality?
08:30
A-144 Chairman’s introduction
C.J. Herold; Vienna/AT
Session Objectives:
1. To discuss the current state of personalised imaging in Europe.
2. To critically appraise the evidence associated with individualised
imaging.
3. To discuss practical aspects of personalised radiology in Europe.
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09:43 How to enhance personalised radiology in clinical routine
08:30–10:00 Room L8
New Horizons Session
NH 5
Imaging beyond morphology
08:30
A-149 Chairman’s introduction
O. Clément; Paris/FR
Session Objectives:
1. To learn about new imaging methods for quantitative imaging.
2. To understand that multimodality and data integration will play a
major role in the future.
08:35
A-150 MRI fingerprinting: the future?
S. Trattnig; Vienna/AT
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the basic concept of MR fingerprinting for
quantitative MR imaging.
2. To understand the potential of MR fingerprinting for standardisation
in MR.
3. To become familiar with preliminary clinical applications of MR
fingerprinting.
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09:00
A-151 Receptor-targeted multimodal imaging
M. de Jong; Rotterdam/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To appreciate developments in imaging platforms for multimodal
imaging.
2. To appreciate developments in imaging agents for targeted
(multimodal) imaging.
09:25
A-152 Radiomics
L.S. Fournier; Paris/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about new methods of image analysis derived from ‘-omics’
methods.
2. To understand processing of big data derived from images.
3. To become familiar with new vocabulary such as Radiomics,
radiogenomics, clusters, heat maps, etc.
Panel discussion:
09:50 Imaging biomarkers: a key role for radiologists in the
future?
08:30–10:00 Room E1
RC 510
Inflammatory arthritis:
beyond the radiograph
State of the Art Symposium
SA 5
Abdominal diffusion-weighted imaging
(DWI): an update
08:30
A-157 Chairman’s introduction
L. Martí-Bonmatí; Valencia/ES
Session Objectives:
1. To learn about the technical difficulties and clinical relevance of DW
qualitative and quantitative approaches in clinical practice.
2. To become familiar with the role of DW imaging modalities in the
detection and quantification of different pathological entities.
3. To understand the impact of DW biomarkers in disease evaluation
on different organs.
08:35
A-158 Technical advances: the many faces of DWI
N. Papanikolaou; Stockholm/SE
Learning Objectives:
1. To review basic and advanced diffusion models on abdominal organs.
2. To become familiar with techniques and methods for body diffusion
applications.
3. To learn about post-processing aspects of diffusion imaging.
09:00
A-159 Biliary ducts and pancreas: main advantages in clinical
practice
C. Matos; Lisbon/PT
08:30
A-153 Chairman’s introduction
M. Reijnierse; Leiden/NL
Session Objectives:
1. To gain insight into the merits of various imaging modalities in the
daily practice of radiology of rheumatology.
2. To appreciate the crucial radiological contribution we need to provide
in order to support optimal clinical decision making.
08:35
A-154 A. Rheumatoid arthritis: what does MRI show and how do
I do it?
I. Sudoł-Szopińska; Warsaw/PL
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with MRI techniques used in the assessment of
rheumatoid arthritis.
2. To learn about the MRI findings in rheumatoid arthritis and their
significance.
08:58
A-155 B. The axial skeleton in spondyloarthritis: conventional
radiograph to MRI
Learning Objectives:
1. To define how to incorporate DWI in clinical MR scanners to
investigate the bile ducts and the pancreas.
2. To list and compare reported data on the role of quantitative DWI
approaches.
3. To identify major diagnostic clinical applications in a
multidisciplinary environment.
09:25
A-160 Small bowel: main advantages in clinical practice
S.A. Taylor; London/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the histopathological changes underlying abnormal
diffusion in inflammatory bowel disease.
2. To appreciate optimised DWI protocols for small bowel imaging.
3. To understand the clinical role of DWI in the small bowel, focusing
on inflammatory bowel disease.
Panel discussion:
09:50 Should we do it qualitative or quantitatively?
R. Campbell; Liverpool/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with imaging findings seen in the axial skeleton
in spondyloarthritis.
2. To understand features on imaging which distinguish
spondyolarthrtitis from other spinal diseases.
09:21
A-156 C. Ultrasound in inflammatory arthritis: what does it
show and what does it mean?
A. Klauser; Innsbruck/AT
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with US techniques used in the assessment of
inflammatory arthritis.
2. To learn about the US findings in inflammatory arthritis and their
significance.
Panel discussion:
09:44 How practical is it for radiologists to support ultrasound
and MRI for clinical rheumatology? Is it something the
rheumatologists should undertake themselves?
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Musculoskeletal
08:30–10:00 Room E2
Postgraduate Educational Programme
08:30–10:00 Room F1
Oncologic Imaging
RC 516
A multidisciplinary approach
to prostate cancer:
can we make a difference?
08:30
A-161 Chairman’s introduction
B. Hamm; Berlin/DE
08:35
A-162 A. The urologist: evidence-based clinical decision
making
08:58
A-167 B. Linear and reticular pattern
F. Molinari; Lille/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To recognise and interpret typical reticular imaging patterns on
HRCT.
2. To differentiate acute and chronic diseases which cause septal pattern.
09:21
A-168 C. Ground glass opacities (GGO) and consolidation
J. Vogel-Claussen; Hannover/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To appreciate the different conditions which cause GGO pattern and
consolidation.
2. To learn how to interpret GGO and consolidation in different clinical
settings.
B.A. Hadaschik; Heidelberg/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand how a diagnosis is established by PSA evaluation and
biopsy.
2. To learn about different treatment options: surgery, radiotherapy,
local ablative and hormonal treatment; as well as active surveillance.
3. To learn how imaging impacts treatment selection.
4. To understand what the urologist needs to know from the radiologist.
08:58
A-163 B. The radiologist: evidence-based use of
multiparametric MRI
H.-P. Schlemmer; Heidelberg/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn how to perform and interpret multiparametric MRI.
2. To become familiar with the PiRADS classification system.
3. To become familiar with the role of imaging for patient stratification
and treatment planning.
09:21
A-164 C. The interventional radiologist
C. Catalano; Rome/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn the rationale and scientific basis for focal therapies for
prostate cancer.
2. To learn how focal therapies are performed in prostate cancer.
3. To learn through personal experience and from literature how
multiparametric MRI can guide focal therapies of the prostate.
Panel discussion:
09:44 Prostate cancer: evidence-based multidisciplinary
approach to imaging and treatment
08:30–10:00 Room D1
Chest
RC 504
HRCT - patterns in chest radiology:
back to basics and beyond
08:30
A-165 Chairman’s introduction
H. Prosch; Vienna/AT
Session Objectives:
1. To emphasise the importance of anatomy in reading HRCT.
2. To appreciate the necessity of defining patterns to improve
radiological HRCT diagnoses.
08:35
A-166 A. Secondary pulmonary lobule anatomy: essential to
tackle with the nodular pattern
T. Frauenfelder; Zurich/CH
Learning Objectives:
1. To become confident in recognising the anatomical compartments of
the lung on HRCT.
2. To describe typical nodular imaging patterns of lung disease on
HRCT using appropriate terminology.
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09:44 Is it always easy to detect a pattern? Tips for success
08:30–10:00 Room D2
Physics in Radiology
RC 513
How to assess and communicate
examination risks to patients and
referring physicians?
08:30
A-169 Chairman’s introduction
A. Torresin; Milan/IT
Session Objectives:
1. To understand risks from the use of ionising and electromagnetic
radiation.
2. To balance patients’ perspectives with professional attitudes.
3. To discuss approaches and methods for communicating risks to
patients and public.
08:34
A-170 A. Radiation risk: a patient’s perspective
E. Briers; Hasselt/BE
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the fears of patients.
2. To learn what is expected from physicians and techs.
3. To learn about ideal communication strategies.
08:47
A-171 B. Radiation risks for patients and staff
P. Gilligan; Dublin/IE
Learning Objectives:
1. To get the latest information on stochastic and deterministic risks in
radiology.
2. To learn about quantitative risk assessment in typical scenarios.
09:10
A-172 C. Risk in MRI
R. Peeters; Leuven/BE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the risks for patients from MRI procedures.
2. To learn about the contraindications for MRI scans.
3. To learn about risks for staff in an MRI department.
09:33
A-173 D. Communicating risks to patients and the public
N. Leitgeb; Graz/AT
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with communicating risk according to the
imaging modality.
2. To become familiar with important rules in communication.
3. To understand the relationship between hazards and parents’
perceptions regarding imaging of their child.
4. To learn how to select a risk-communication strategy suited to
parents and children.
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09:44 How real are the risks and how do we communicate them?
08:30–10:00 Room M 1
08:30–10:00 Room K
E3 - ECR Master Classes
(Molecular Imaging)
E3 - Rising Stars Programme
E3 526
Basic Session 1:
08:30
A-181 Chairman’s introduction
Neuroradiology: brain
08:30
A-174 White matter disorders
A. Rovira-Canellas; Barcelona/ES
09:00
A-175 Tumours
J. Walecki; Warsaw/PL
09:30
A-176 Stroke
E.T. Tali; Ankara/TR
08:30–10:00 Room G
E3 519
Advanced imaging techniques in brain
tumours
X. Montet; Geneva/CH
08:35
A-182 A. Perfusion imaging: how I do it - by CT and/or by MRI?
C.C. Cyran; Munich/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To review the fundamentals of perfusion imaging.
2. To review the advantages and disadvantages of CT perfusion
imaging.
3. To review the advantages and disadvantages of MR perfusion
imaging.
08:53
A-183 B. Liver perfusion
V.J. Goh; London/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn the clinical indications for liver perfusion imaging.
2. To become familiar with perfusion protocols for liver imaging.
3. To learn about difficulties in liver perfusion imaging.
Thursday
E3 - ECR Academies:
Neuroradiology: from Morphology to Function
Perfusion imaging
09:11
A-184 C. Lung perfusion
M. Rémy-Jardin; Lille/FR
08:30
A-177 Chairman’s introduction
P.C. Maly Sundgren; Lund/SE
08:33
A-178 A. Clinical utility of perfusion imaging for differentiating
brain tumours
I.N. Pronin; Moscow/RU
Learning Objectives:
1. To provide practical tips and tricks for performing CT and MR
perfusion in patients with brain tumours.
2. To illustrate how certain perfusion derived parameters (rCBV) can be
correlated with tumour histology (e.g. angiogenesis, capillary leakage,
malignancy grade).
3. To show that intense contrast enhancement is not identical to
perfusion.
09:02
A-179 B. Hybrid imaging with MRI/PET of brain tumours
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn the clinical indications for lung perfusion imaging.
2. To become familiar with perfusion protocols for lung imaging
(including dual-energy CT).
3. To learn about difficulties in lung perfusion imaging.
09:29
A-185 D. Cerebral perfusion
H.R. Jäger; London/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn the clinical indications for cerebral perfusion imaging.
2. To become familiar with perfusion protocols for cerebral imaging.
3. To learn about difficulties in cerebral perfusion imaging.
Panel discussion:
09:47 The pros and cons of perfusion imaging
08:30–10:00 Room M 2
N.L. Albert; Munich/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To show that hybrid imaging with MRI/PET is gaining increasing
importance in assessment of tumour activity and malignancy.
2. To demonstrate how MRI/PET can be useful in glioma grading.
3. To provide information on new PET tracers (targeting tumour
hypoxia, enzymes in neoplastic metabolic pathways, etc.) and the
combination of tracers with therapeutic agents.
09:31
A-180 C. Assessment of brain tumour perfusion and abnormal
vascular structure using arterial spin-labelling
P. Hales; London/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To offer a short update on the physical principles and technique of
arterial spin-labelling in assessing brain tumour perfusion.
2. To review the advantages and disadvantages of ASL as compared to
contrast-enhanced perfusion imaging.
3. To provide clinical examples where ASL has contributed significantly
to management and clinical decision making in brain tumour
patients.
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RC 503
Novel ways to assess myocardial tissue
Moderator: N.N.
08:30
A-186 A. T1 mapping: technical considerations
M.R. Makowski; Berlin/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the principles of T1 mapping.
2. To learn about specific issues of T1 mapping.
3. To learn how to do and assess T1 mapping.
09:00
A-187 B. T2 mapping: technical considerations
C. Tessa; Lido di Camaiore/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the principles of T2 mapping.
2. To learn about specific issues of T2 mapping.
3. To learn how to do and assess T2 mapping.
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09:30
A-188 C. Clinical use of T1 and T2 mapping
A. de Roos; Leiden/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the main fields of application for T1-T2 mapping.
2. To learn the specific parameters useful for the clinical
implementation of T1-T2 mapping.
3. To understand the incremental value of T1-T2 mapping over current
methodologies.
08:30–10:00 Room M 3
Interventional Radiology
RC 509
Imaging and endovascular treatment of
pulmonary embolism
08:30
A-189 Chairman’s introduction
B. Peynircioglu; Ankara/TR
Session Objectives:
1. To appreciate the value of imaging in therapy planning and follow-up.
2. To learn about patient selection and evidence in catheter directed
therapies for PE.
3. To learn about recent and ongoing trials in the endovascular
treatment of PE.
08:35
A-190 A. Imaging algorithm for pulmonary embolism
B. Ghaye; Brussels/BE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn how clinical findings influence the selection of the imaging
strategy in PE.
2. To learn about the follow-up after treatment.
3. To learn how imaging may predict the outcome of the patient.
08:58
A-191 B. What is new in the recently published guidelines for
pulmonary embolism treatment?
R. Uberoi; Oxford/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the recently published guidelines for PE treatment in
stable patients.
2. To learn about the recently published guidelines for PE treatment in
unstable patients.
3. To learn about recent therapeutic algorithms in PE treatment.
09:21
A-192 C. Updates on the endovascular treatment of massive
and submassive pulmonary embolism
S.C. Spiliopoulos; Patras/GR
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the rationale of recent and ongoing trials.
2. To learn about the level of evidence for interventional radiology
techniques in PE treatment.
3. To learn about clinical results and possible further developments.
08:30–10:00 Room M 4
Joint Course of ESR and RSNA
(Radiological Society of North America):
Emergency Radiology
MC 528
Abdominal emergencies
Moderators: A. Palkó; Szeged/HU,
R.J. Zagoria; San Francisco, CA/US
08:30
A-193 A. Abdominal injuries
A. Palkó; Szeged/HU
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the significance of injury mechanism and its role
in the formation of consequent abdominal lesions and their
complications.
2. To learn about the role of proper imaging technique and diagnostic
algorithm in the sufficiently fast diagnosis of abdominal injuries.
3. To learn more about the typical and unusual findings of various
abdominal traumatic conditions.
09:00
A-194 B. The enemy within: non-traumatic abdominal
emergencies
R.J. Zagoria; San Francisco, CA/US
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn how to better analyse CT scans for non-traumatic causes of
abdominal pain.
2. To learn about the CT signs and causes of bowel ischaemia.
3. To learn about the CT findings of common causes of an ‘acute’
abdomen.
4. To learn about the imaging findings of acute, non-traumatic urinary
tract and GI tract emergencies.
09:30
A-195/A-196
C. Interactive case discussion
A. Palkó1, R.J. Zagoria2; 1Szeged/HU, 2San Francisco, CA/US
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn how to better analyse CT scans for traumatic and nontraumatic causes of abdominal pain.
2. To learn about the CT signs and causes of bowel ischaemia and
injuries.
3. To learn about the CT findings of common causes of traumatic and
non-traumatic ‘acute’ abdomen.
4. To learn about the imaging findings of acute, traumatic and nontraumatic urinary tract and GI tract emergencies.
08:30–10:00 Room M 5
E3 - ECR Academies:
Diagnostic Urogenital Radiology
E3 522
Retroperitoneum and adrenals
Moderator: J. Venancio; Lisbon/PT
Panel discussion:
09:44 Appropriate diagnosis and risk stratification in the
management of acute massive and acute sub-massive
pulmonary embolism
08:30
A-197 A. Anatomy and imaging techniques
of the retroperitoneum
F.M. Danza; Rome/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with new insights into the normal anatomy of the
retroperitoneum.
2. To understand the spreading of retroperitoneal diseases across
spaces.
3. To learn about the optimal CT and MR protocols for imaging of the
retroperitoneum.
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09:00
A-198 B. Differential diagnoses of retroperitoneal masses
M.-F. Bellin; Le Kremlin-Bicêtre/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the typical imaging features of
retroperitoneal lesions.
2. To learn about the differential diagnoses of benign and malignant
retroperitoneal masses.
3. To understand how recognise the exact extent of retroperitoneal
masses.
09:30
A-199 C. Differential diagnoses of adrenal lesions
10:30–12:00
Room K
E3 - Rising Stars Programme
Basic Session 2:
Head and neck imaging
10:30
A-202 Orbit
P.C. Maly Sundgren; Lund/SE
11:00
A-203 Ear
B. Verbist; Leiden/NL
G. Heinz-Peer; St. Pölten/AT
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the imaging protocols of adrenal glands, including
functional imaging.
2. To understand the typical imaging features of an adenoma on CT and
MRI.
3. To become familiar with typical signs of malignancy.
10:30–12:00
Room A
E3 621
Cardiac CT: from stenosis assessment
to risk stratification
10:30
A-200 A. CT in stable chest pain
R. Maroldi; Brescia/IT
10:30–12:00
Room M 4
Joint Course of ESR and RSNA
(Radiological Society of North America):
Emergency Radiology
MC 628
Chest emergencies
Moderators: A. Palkó; Szeged/HU,
R.J. Zagoria; San Francisco, CA/US
10:30
A-205 A. Thoracic injuries
R. Marano; Rome/IT
J.A. Soto; Boston, MA/US
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn the different criteria for risk stratification.
2. To learn the practical way of doing image assessment.
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn how to differentiate traumatic aortic injuries from congenital
variants that mimic injury, to distinguish minor from major aortic
injuries, and to understand how injury classification can influence
management.
2. To become familiar with the various CT appearances suggesting and
verifying major airway injury.
3. To understand the various CT appearances of blood/bleeding in the
chest and how the location, quantity of blood/bleeding and patient
clinical status determine initial treatment.
4. To appreciate the spectrum of cardiac injuries that can be diagnosed
on admission contrast-enhanced CT and those that require urgent
intervention.
11:15
A-201 B. Cardiac CT in the emergency room
G. Feuchtner; Innsbruck/AT
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the imaging technique.
2. To become familiar with the differential diagnosis.
11:00
A-206 B. Non-traumatic thoracic emergencies
C.M. Schaefer-Prokop; Amersfoort/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To illustrate typical CXR findings made in patients entering the
ER with acute dyspnoea and to learn when CT is indicated and
diagnostically useful.
2. To learn how to analyse and interpret HRCT patterns of pulmonary
opacifications in patients with acute respiratory insufficiency.
3. To learn about radiological key features helpful for differential
diagnosis and how to integrate clinical information.
11:30
A-207/A-208 C. Interactive case discussion
J.A. Soto1, C.M. Schaefer-Prokop2; 1Boston, MA/US, 2Amersfoort/NL
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Interactive Teaching Sessions
11:30
A-204 Sinuses
Postgraduate Educational Programme
10:30–12:00
Room M 5
12:30–13:30
Room D1
E3 - ECR Academies:
Diagnostic Urogenital Radiology
E3 - The Beauty of Basic Knowledge:
Chest Imaging
E3 622
E3 25B
Kidney
Moderator: H.C. Thoeny; Berne/CH
10:30
A-209 A. Differential diagnoses of cystic renal masses
M. Claudon; Vandoeuvre-les-Nancy/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the updated Bosniak classification.
2. To learn about the differential diagnoses of complex cystic renal
masses.
3. To become familiar with typical surgical and non-surgical lesions.
11:00
A-210 B. Differential diagnoses of solid renal masses
R.H. Oyen; Leuven/BE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the differential diagnoses of solid renal lesions.
2. To become familiar with typical imaging findings of the renal cell
carcinoma subtypes.
3. To become familiar with potential criteria for active surveillance of
solid renal masses.
11:30
A-211 C. Acute and chronic renal infection
N. Grenier; Bordeaux/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the different aetiologies of acute renal infection,
including typical imaging findings.
2. To learn about the time-point and possibilities for interventions.
3. To understand the causes of chronic renal infection, including typical
imaging findings.
How to avoid misdiagnosis on the chest
x-ray
Moderator: N. Howarth; Chêne-Bougeries/CH
12:30
A-214 A. Neoplastic lesions
J. Vlahos; London/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To review the reasons for misdiagnosis on the chest x-ray.
2. To learn how to focus on blind areas.
3. To know the consequences of a misdiagnosis.
13:00
A-215 B. Non neoplastic lesions
A.R. Larici; Rome/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To review the reasons for misdiagnosis on the chest x-ray.
2. To learn how to interpret the chest x-ray more accurately.
3. To know the consequences of a misdiagnosis.
14:00–15:30
Room A
E3 - ECR Academies:
Interactive Teaching Sessions
E3 721
Cardiac imaging
14:00
A-216 A. Patterns of delayed enhancement
P. Hunold; Lübeck/DE
12:15–12:45
Room A
Plenary Session
HL 1
Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen Honorary
Lecture
Presiding: K. Riklund; Umeå/SE
12:15
A-212 Imaging the invisible killer: towards personalisation of
ovarian cancer care
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn the different patterns of delayed enhancement.
2. To understand the influence regarding the prognosis.
14:45
A-217 B. Cardiomyopathies: from diagnosis to prognosis
A. Jacquier; Marseille/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the diagnostic work-up of cardiomyopathies.
2. To review the association between diagnostic findings and clinical
outcome.
A.G. Rockall; London/UK
12:30–13:30
Room B
E3 - The Beauty of Basic Knowledge:
Breast Imaging
E3 24B
Cracking the mystery of needles and
gauges
Moderator: J. Camps Herrero; Valencia/ES
12:30
A-213 Cracking the mystery of needles and gauges
R.M. Pijnappel; Utrecht/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the choice of techniques used for guidance in breast
interventions.
2. To know the different breast biopsy systems and their indications.
3. To learn the most common practical tips and pitfalls in these
procedures.
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Room N
ESOR Session Advancing clinical practice:
role of education
Moderators: L. Donoso; Barcelona/ES,
N. Gourtsoyiannis; Athens/GR
14:00
A-218 Introduction
L. Donoso; Barcelona/ES
14:05
A-219 ESOR in action 2016
N. Gourtsoyiannis; Athens/GR
14:15
A-220 Role of remodelling in delivering of learning
P. Ros; Cleveland, OH/US
14:27
A-221 Role of referral guidelines and clinical decision support
systems
L. Donoso; Barcelona/ES
14:39
A-222 MDTs and patient outcomes
R.H. Reznek; London/UK
14:51
A-223 Role of research and innovation: essential ingredients for
our professional advancement
H. Hricak; New York, NY/US
Awards
14:00–15:30
Studio 2016
EIBIR Session
EIBIR 1
Joint VPH-PRISM/ASSURE Session from screening to therapy: innovative
breast care concepts
14:00
A-224 Introduction: challenges and innovative approaches in
image-based breast care
H.K. Hahn; Bremen/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the importance of quantitative predictors in imagebased decision making.
2. To understand how predictors gained from different modalities and
disciplines can be fused.
14:10
A-225 Density patterns, breast cancer risk and masking in
screening mammograms
C. Van Gils; Utrecht/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the contribution of different mammographic measures
for estimation of breast cancer risk.
2. To understand the importance of knowing the risk of a breast cancer
that is likely to be missed with mammography.
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N. Karssemeijer; Nijmegen/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn how effectiveness and quality breast screening with
Automated Breast Ultrasound can be improved by using CAD.
2. To learn about optimising screening workflow with fast MRI
protocols and dedicated reading tools for comparison with prior
exams.
3. To understand the potential of automated quality assurance methods
for MRI and automated breast ultrasound.
14:40
A-227 Breast cancer risk and masking risk-based stratification
protocols: key drivers of cost-effectiveness
E. Gray; Manchester/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn how mammographic breast density and texture are risk
factors for breast cancer independent from those included in
the Tyrer-Cusick model and how risk estimation performance is
modestly improved by including these variables.
2. To appreciate the substantial uncertainty about key parameters
determining the cost-effectiveness of personalised breast screening.
3. To understand how optimising personalised screening based on
effectiveness criteria with fixed resource constraints may offer a costeffective improvement on one-size-fits-all screening.
14:55
A-228 Histopathology images: the new kid on the block of
clinical multimodality imaging
J. van der Laak; Nijmegen/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the specific challenges of ‘going digital’ in
histopathology.
2. To learn about the opportunities of computer aided diagnosis in
pathology.
3. To know what the current ‘state of the art’ is in this exciting area of
research.
15:10
A-229 Quantitative treatment planning, response prediction,
and monitoring
K. Pinker-Domenig; New York, NY/US
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the clinical aspects of neo-adjuvant treatment.
2. To appreciate evidence-based protocols for imaging in this clinical
setting.
3. To learn about the imaging challenges of assessment and prediction
of response to neoadjuvant treatment.
14:00–15:30
Room M 4
Joint Course of ESR and RSNA
(Radiological Society of North America):
Emergency Radiology
MC 728
CNS emergencies
Moderators: A. Palkó; Szeged/HU,
R.J. Zagoria; San Francisco, CA/US
14:00
A-230 A. CNS trauma and neurovascular injury
H.A. Rowley; Madison, WI/US
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with traumatic brain injury demographics and
classification schemes.
2. To learn how to apply appropriateness criteria for head trauma
imaging in children and adults.
3. To identify key imaging patterns and pitfalls in the evaluation of
brain and neurovascular trauma.
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Learning Objectives:
1. To review the principles of excellence in delivering medical education
with emphasis in radiology.
2. To understand how remodelling the traditional, passive learning in
medicine has given way to an interactive style.
3. To enumerate the resources available for multimedia, interactivity
and presentations in radiology.
14:25
A-226 Novel ultrasound and MRI technologies for breast cancer
screening
Postgraduate Educational Programme
14:30
A-231 B. CNS non-traumatic emergencies
M. Smits; Rotterdam/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the modalities (MRI/CT) and protocols for nontraumatic neurological emergencies.
2. To learn how to diagnose the main non-traumatic neurological
vascular and non-vascular emergencies.
3. To become aware of the pitfalls and limitations of clinical
presentation and imaging findings in non-traumatic neurological
emergencies.
16:00–17:30
E3 - ECR Academies:
Interactive Teaching Sessions
E3 821
C.P. Heussel; Heidelberg/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To appreciate different phenotypes.
2. To learn how to quantify emphysema.
3. To understand how to assess collateral ventilation.
H.A. Rowley1, M. Smits2; 1Madison, WI/US, 2Rotterdam/NL
14:00–15:30
Room M 5
E3 - ECR Academies:
Diagnostic Urogenital Radiology
16:45
A-238 B. Diagnostic work-up after treatment of lung
emphysema
N. Sverzellati; Parma/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn how to personalise treatment.
2. To appreciate successful treatment results.
3. To understand complications and failure of treatment.
16:00–17:30
Room B
GI Tract
RC 801
E3 722
Evaluation of patients with lung
emphysema
16:00
A-237 A. Pretherapeutic evaluation of lung emphysema
15:00
A-232/A-233 C. Interactive case discussion
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about traumatic brain injury (TBI) and non-traumatic
neurological emergencies.
2. To become familiar with imaging manifestations of TBI and nontraumatic neurological emergencies.
3. To understand the clinical implications of radiological imaging
findings in TBI and non-traumatic neurological emergencies.
4. To learn about the state-of-the-art radiological imaging options
for the assessment of acute TBI and non-traumatic neurological
emergencies.
Room A
CT colonography today
Emergencies
Moderator: M. Otero-García; Vigo/ES
16:00
A-239 Chairman’s introduction
M. Hellström; Gothenburg/SE
14:00
A-234 A. Male pelvis emergencies
Session Objective:
1. To briefly present state-of-the-art in CT colonography, including
standardised techniques, evidences on accuracy and guidelines on
indications.
M. Bertolotto; Trieste/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with various male pelvis emergencies.
2. To learn about the correct imaging techniques.
3. To understand the differential diagnoses.
16:05
A-240 A. How I perform it
P. Lefere; Roeselare/BE
14:30
A-235 B. Gynaecological emergencies
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about modern approaches to bowel preparation and faecal/
fluid tagging.
2. To become familiar with colon distention, including prevention of
possible complications.
3. To learn about different scanning protocols and their use according
to patient status and clinical needs.
R.A. Kubik-Huch; Baden/CH
Learning Objectives:
1. To be familiar with various female pelvis emergencies.
2. To learn about the correct imaging techniques.
3. To understand the differential diagnoses.
15:00
A-236 C. Imaging of obstetric and puerperal emergencies
M. Weston; Leeds/UK
16:28
A-241 B. How I interpret it
T. Mang; Vienna/AT
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the imaging techniques performed in pregnancy.
2. To learn about the differential diagnoses of obstetric and puerperal
emergencies.
3. To become familiar with typical imaging findings of most common
pathologies.
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with different image presentations: 2D, 3D,
enhanced views.
2. To appreciate the strengths and limitations of primary 2D and
primary 3D reading.
3. To learn about the use of Computed Assisted Diagnosis (CAD)
software.
16:51
A-242 C. Screening with CTC
D. Regge; Turin/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand basic principles of population and opportunistic
screening.
2. To become familiar with data on accuracy of CTC in screening
populations.
3. To learn about current guidelines on the use of CTC in screening.
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16:00–17:30
Room C
Special Focus Session
16:05
A-248 Why is it important to consider infection control issues in
ultrasound? Low- vs high-risk examinations
C. Nyhsen; Sunderland/UK
SF 8a
Common mistakes in breast imaging
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand possible risks of infection transmission though
inadequate probe decontamination.
2. To appreciate which ultrasound examinations are of low- versus
higher-risk.
3. To recognise the importance of a review of current practice to keep
patients as safe as possible.
16:00
A-243 Chairman’s introduction
G. Forrai; Budapest/HU
Session Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the common mistakes in breast imaging.
2. To appreciate the main differences and similarities among different
breast imaging modalities’ mistakes.
3. To understand how to avoid these dangerous issues.
16:25
A-249/A250
16:05
A-244 Common mistakes in mammography
N. Grenier1, M. Claudon2; 1Bordeaux/FR, 2Vandoeuvre-les-Nancy/FR
E.J. Cornford; Nottingham/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To appreciate the use of ultrasound in different settings: endovaginal,
endorectal, endoscopic and guiding interventional or surgical
procedures.
2. To gain insight into currently used probe decontamination protocols
after interventional procedures.
3. To learn about any known complications to date.
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the classification and types of errors.
2. To learn about the factors that affect our error rates.
3. To appreciate that there are mechanisms for reducing our error rates.
4. To become familiar with some examples of common mammography
errors.
P.A.T. Baltzer; Vienna/AT
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn differences between primary- and second-look ultrasound
after MRI.
2. To become familiar with common pitfalls in second-look US.
3. To understand how mistakes can be avoided in SLU.
16:45
A-251 Why current practice may not be safe: main risks of
infection transmission and published evidence
H. Humphreys; Dublin/IE
Learning Objectives:
1. To gain insight into transmission of infection risks from an expert
microbiologist.
2. To understand routes of infection and which most important
pathogens need to be considered.
3. To learn about best decontamination practices in an “ideal world”.
16:55
A-246 Common mistakes in breast MRI
F. Pediconi; Rome/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the principal artefacts in breast MR related to the
patient and to technical factors, and how to deal with them.
2. To understand the importance of performing breast MR in the
correct menstrual cycle phase and the problem of background
enhancement.
3. To appreciate the most common pitfalls in breast MR interpretation.
4. To become familiar with possible mistakes related to radiologists’
interpretations.
17:20
Panel discussion:
How to avoid common mistakes in breast imaging?
16:00–17:30
Room O
ESR Working Group on Ultrasound
Minimising the risk of transmitting infections
through ultrasound: is current practice
sufficient?
16:00
A-247 Chairman’s introduction
L.E. Derchi; Genoa/IT
Session Objectives:
1. To understand potential risks of transmitting infections through
ultrasound.
2. To appreciate the difference between low- and high-risk ultrasound
examinations with regard to probe decontamination.
3. To discuss how current evidence may necessitate change in our
current ultrasound probe decontamination procedures, despite costs
involved.
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17:05
Panel discussion:
Safer practice vs considerable cost implications:
are changes needed and feasible?
16:00–17:30
Room N
Head and Neck
RC 808
Paediatric: how we do head and neck
imaging in children
Moderator: N.J.M. Freling; Amsterdam/NL
16:00
A-252 A. Temporal bone
B. De Foer; Antwerp/BE
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand how impaired function of the temporal bone has
major clinical consequences.
2. To learn how to perform CT and MRI in children with hearing loss.
3. To become familiar with the most frequent developmental,
inflammatory and neoplastic conditions of temporal bone in
children.
16:30
A-253 B. Oral, paranasal sinuses and orbit
M. Lell; Erlangen/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To have an idea of the clinical presentation of oral, paranasal sinuses
and orbit in infants and children.
2. To learn how to perform CT and MRI in children with pathology of
the face.
3. To become familiar with the most frequent developmental,
inflammatory, vascular and neoplastic abnormalities.
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16:30
A-245 Common mistakes in second-look ultrasound after MRI
Current accepted practice of ultrasound
probe decontamination in endocarvitary and
interventional radiology
Postgraduate Educational Programme
17:00
A-254 C. Cysts and lumps in the neck
A. Ailianou; Geneva/CH
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn an approach to differentiating masses in children based on
topography.
2. To be able to differentiate benign congenital, neoplastic and vascular
conditions.
3. To learn how to investigate soft tissue masses and which technique
to use.
16:00–17:30
16:00–17:30
Musculoskeletal
RC 810
V. Vasilevska Nikodinovska; Skopje/MK
Session Objectives:
1. To understand how the structure of reporting influences clinical
interpretation and treatment.
2. To appreciate the value of assessing both familiar and less familiar
structures in the traumatised knee.
Studio 2016
Clinical decision support (CDS)
16:00
A-255 Chairman’s introduction
16:05
A-261 A. Reporting meniscal tears: pitfalls and how I avoid
them
G. Andreisek; Zurich/CH
L. Donoso; Barcelona/ES
Session Objectives:
1. To understand what CDS is and how it works.
2. To learn more about imaging referral guidelines in Europe.
3. To understand how CDS can be successfully implemented in practice.
4. To understand the added value and cost-effectiveness of CDS.
16:05
A-256 What is a clinical decision support system?
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand how normal appearances can mimic meniscal tears.
2. To understand pitfalls in the diagnosis of meniscal tears.
16:28
A-262 B. The collateral ligaments and posterolateral corner:
what are they, why do they matter and how do I assess
them?
U. Aydingoz; Ankara/TR
F. Sardanelli; San Donato Milanese/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To appreciate the significance of the collateral ligaments and
posterolateral corner.
2. To understand pitfalls in the diagnosis of posterolateral corner
injuries.
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the principles of and rationale for CDS.
2. To learn how CDS fits into the clinical workflow.
3. To understand why CDS provides much more than just a digital
version of guidelines.
16:20
A-257 Imaging referral guidelines in Europe
M.G.M. Hunink; Rotterdam/NL
16:51
A-263 C. Imaging the reconstructed ACL in athletes: how to
assess and what to report
A.P. Parkar; Bergen/NO
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the challenges of developing guidelines for
heterogeneous European countries.
2. To learn about the varying experiences of implementing CDS and
imaging referral guidelines in different countries.
3. To understand the differences between an in-depth scientific
guideline development process and practical recommendations for
daily use of guidelines.
16:35
A-258 An effective clinical decision support system
Sports injuries to the knee: improving
my report
16:00
A-260 Chairman’s introduction
Professional Challenges Session
PC 8a
Room E1
Learning Objectives:
1. To be able to distinguish normal from pathological postoperative
imaging features in ACL reconstruction.
2. To understand the clinical relevance of postoperative ACL
reconstruction imaging.
17:14
Panel discussion:
How will the patient and clinician be most helped by our
report, and is there a role for structured reporting?
G. Boland; Boston, MA/US
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the practical advantages and benefits of implementing
CDS.
2. To understand the managerial and medical challenges of introducing
CDS.
3. To learn more about the educational and behavioural changes
brought about by CDS.
16:50
A-259 Cost-effectiveness of clinical decision support
17:05
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Multidisciplinary Session
MS 8
Pancreatic cancer: radiological
diagnosis and treatment
16:00
A-264 Chairman’s introduction
P. Mildenberger; Mainz/DE
L. Grenacher; Munich/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the cost-benefit relation of implementing CDS.
2. To learn more about the various costs-financial and otherwise-of
implementing CDS.
3. To understand the direct and indirect benefits of CDS.
Session Objectives:
1. To become familiar with state of the art imaging modalities for
diagnosis, staging and therapy of pancreatic ductal carcinoma
(PDAC).
2. To learn present decision algorithms for individual therapy strategies
of PDAC in tumour boards.
3. To understand the value of new functional imaging modalities of
PDAC.
4. To become familiar with new surgical, medical and radiation therapy
protocols for PDAC and their potential survival benefit for the
patients.
Panel discussion:
Is CDS really adding value to healthcare in addition to
radiation safety?
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16:05
A-265 Surgical oncological management
16:37
A-272 The organisational role of EIBIR in EIBALL
J. Werner; Munich/DE
V. Vilgrain; Clichy/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand actual surgical therapeutic options of PDAC and the
overall survival.
2. To become familiar with surgical options in case of local recurrence.
3. To understand the value of more aggressive surgical strategies.
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the European network of EIBIR.
2. To learn about the role of EIBIR in the EIBALL structure.
3. To understand the organisational support activities of EIBIR for the
alliance.
16:20
A-266 Medical oncological management
D. Jäger; Heidelberg/DE
16:54
A-273 Imaging biomarker development for EIBALL by
subspecialty societies
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about actual chemotherapeutic therapy of PDAC and
potential benefit of combination with surgery.
2. To understand the survival benefit of oncological therapies.
3. To understand the development of chemotherapeutic strategies: from
Gemcitabine mono to new immunological therapies.
K. Nikolaou; Tübingen/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the role of subspecialty societies in imaging biomarker
development.
2. To understand the problems still to be solved with imaging
biomarkers.
3. To become familiar with the transfer from technical to clinical
validation of imaging biomarkers.
16:35
A-267 Radiology oncological management
L. Grenacher; Munich/DE
16:50
A-268 Radiation oncological management
F. Sterzing; Heidelberg/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about indications for radiation therapy: state of the art.
2. To understand new radiation techniques and their benefit for patients
with PDAC.
17:05
Multidisciplinary case presentation and discussion
1. To learn about decision making in individual cases of PDAC.
2. Multidisciplinary therapy strategies in patients with PDAC: time
consuming or individual concept for significant increase of survival?
16:00–17:30
Room F1
Professional Challenges Session
17:11
Panel discussion:
What is the role of EIBALL now and in the future
16:00–17:30
Room F2
Special Focus Session
SF 8b
Assessing myocardium at-risk with MRI
16:00
A-274 Chairman’s introduction
M. Gardarsdottir; Reykjavik/IS
Session Objectives:
1. To understand technique of assessing at-risk myocardium.
2. To understand the different values of T2 imaging and delayed
enhancement imaging.
3. To understand what is useful in the acute, sub-acute and chronic
settings.
4. To learn how to perform studies with safety and accuracy for patients.
16:05
A-275 T2 imaging
M. Gutberlet; Leipzig/DE
PC 8b
An introduction to European Imaging
Biomarker Alliance (EIBALL)
16:00
A-269 Chairman’s introduction
P.M. Parizel; Antwerp/BE
Session Objectives:
1. To understand the mission and vision of EIBALL.
2. To learn how EIBALL promotes imaging biomarker development.
3. To become familiar with the main activities and collaborations of
EIBALL.
16:03
A-270 EIBALL and its mission
S. Trattnig; Vienna/AT
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the goals of EIBALL.
2. To learn about collaborations with QIBA.
3. To understand the different main strengths of EIBALL and QIBA.
16:20
A-271 The potential role of EIBALL for EORTC multicentre trials
Y. Liu; Brussels/BE
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand how EORTC benefits from EIBALL.
2. To learn about the role of imaging biomarker in clinical multicentre
trials.
3. To become informed of EORTC multicentre trials jointly performed
with EIBALL.
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Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the concept of tissue characterisation with T2
imaging.
2. To learn the meanings of inflammation, oedema and ischaemia.
2. To become acquainted with which sequences to use and what affects
T2 imaging.
16:25
A-276 Late gadolinium enhancement
S. Kozerke; Zurich/CH
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the concepts of tissue characterisation with T1and T2
imaging and the concepts of delayed enhancement imaging.
2. To compare reproducibility of T1- and T2-weighted imaging vs
quantitative T1 and T2 mapping.
3. To become acquainted with which sequences to use and what effects
delayed enhancement imaging.
16:45
A-277 Prognostic value of area-at-risk assessment by T2 and
late enhancement imaging
A. de Roos; Leiden/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the concept of myocardial necrosis.
2. To understand different ways of estimating the extent of necrosis with
delayed enhancement imaging.
3. To understand how the combined use of delayed enhancement and
T2 imaging allows us to estimate salvageable myocardium after
coronary occlusion and the clinical importance.
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Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about diagnosis and staging of PDAC - which modality?
2. To understand the value of new functional imaging techniques.
3. To become familiar with the role of imaging in case of local
recurrence.
Postgraduate Educational Programme
Panel discussion:
How do we best assess at-risk myocardium and how do
we best get the correct information across?
Discussion points:
1. What do we need to know in the acute and sub-acute setting?
2. What is the clinical use of the different methods?
3. How do we best assess at-risk myocardium and how do we best get
the correct information across?
17:15
16:00–17:30
Room D1
Special Focus Session
SF 8c
Imaging in obesity
17:17
16:00–17:30
SF 8d
I.M. Björkman-Burtscher1, C. Malamateniou2; 1Lund/SE, 2London/UK
Session Objectives:
1. To introduce the concept of radiation dose levels and dose
optimisation techniques used in CT.
2. To outline the main aim of the talks of the session and how they
connect to each other.
3. To refer to the main radiation protection initiatives in Europe led by
the ESR.
16:05
A-285 CT radiation dose optimisation: what has been achieved
so far?
J. Santos; Coimbra/PT
Learning Objectives:
1. To consolidate knowledge regarding current radiation dose levels
used in CT.
2. To become familiar with recent advances in dose optimisation using
scanner design features and their impact on patient dose.
3. To understand how radiographers can optimise CT radiation doses
on an individual basis.
4. To enhance understanding of international optimisation campaigns
such as Image Wisely.
16:05
A-279 Epidemiology and current trends in obesity
N. Finer; London/UK
16:23
A-280 Fat quantification and advanced body composition
assessment using MRI
16:30
A-286 Dose reduction techniques in paediatric CT: from A to Z
E. Sorantin; Graz/AT
Learning Objectives:
1. To consolidate knowledge of trends in paediatric CT use and the
importance of optimisation in this cohort.
2. To understand how paediatric CT protocols should be ‘child sized’ to
ensure dose optimisation in line with the Image Gently initiative.
3. To become familiar with the availability and use of paediatric referral
guidelines and diagnostic reference levels and their impact on CT use
and justification.
4. To consider the role of superficial shielding during CT scanning.
O. Dahlqvist Leinhard; Linkoping/SE
Learning Objectives:
1. To describe techniques for acquisition of water- and fat-separated
MRI and quantitative image analysis.
2. To describe methods for analysis of compartmental adipose tissue
and lean muscle tissue quantification.
3. To discuss applications of whole-body-fat and water-separated MRI
and their clinical translation.
16:41
A-281 Imaging of modern surgical procedures and their
complications
16:55
A-287 Challenges and opportunities in CT dose optimisation:
what can we do in the future?
S.J. Foley; Dublin/IE
M. Rengo; Latina/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand difficulties in dose estimation in CT using current
metrics of CTDI and DLP and the potential role for newer metrics
such as size-specific dose estimate (SSDE).
2. To become familiar with the lack of standardisation between scanners
and protocols across centres and the role of diagnostic reference
levels.
3. To gain an understanding of future developments in scanner design
that will aid radiation dose optimisation.
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the common bariatric surgical procedures.
2. To understand the imaging procedures accordingly.
3. To become familiar with the normal post-operative anatomy.
4. To appreciate the role of imaging in the assessment of suspected
immediate and long-term postoperative complications.
16:59
A-282 Is there a role for bariatric embolisation in the treatment
of the obese patient?
C. Weiss; Baltimore, MD/US
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the physiologic underpinnings of bariatric
interventions.
2. To understand the pre-clinical and early clinical data behind bariatric
embolisation.
3. To understand techniques and patient selection for bariatric
embolisation.
4. To understand the potential role of bariatric embolisation in the
treatment of the obese patient.
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are we doing enough?
16:00
A-283/A-284 Chairmen’s introduction
S. Lee; Manchester/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To appreciate the scale of the prevalence of obesity worldwide.
2. To recognise the role of the environment and of genetic
predisposition on the development of obesity.
3. To understand the impact of adiposity, and adiposity measures on
health and disease.
4. To critically appraise the evidence for and against an ‘obesity paradox’.
Room D2
Special Focus Session
16:00
A-278 Chairman’s introduction
Session Objectives:
1. To outline the problems that patients with obesity present to the
developed nations in the West.
2. To quantify and understand the role of intra-abdominal fat.
3. To evaluate the role of radiology in imaging patients after bariatric
surgery
4. To determine the role of gastric embolisation in the treatment of
obesity.
Panel discussion:
How best to manage obesity and its implications on the
radiology department
17:20
Panel discussion:
What are the suggested priorities and actions for CT
dose optimisation?
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16:00–17:30
Room K
American College of Radiology (ACR) Session
ACR
Delivering higher value care
in radiology: how to make it work
in clinical practice - perspectives from
the American College of Radiology
Moderators: B. Allen, Jr.; Birmingham, AL/US,
H.-U. Kauczor; Heidelberg/DE
16:00
A-288 Awareness to accountability: coping with the mandates
for documenting higher-value care
B. Allen, Jr.; Birmingham, AL/US
16:25
A-289 Radiologists’ role in delivering higher-value care through
population health management
W.T. Thorwarth; Reston, VA/US
Learning Objectives:
1. To examine current trends and mandates for physician involvement
in population health management.
2. To discuss the value radiologists can bring to population health
management and how this role will become an important resource
for their health systems.
3. To identify the tools radiologists can use in their practices to be
effective in population health management by reducing variation in
radiological care.
16:50
A-290 Involving patients in their radiological care: radiologist
visibility, personalised care and improving outcomes
D.C. Kushner; Virginia Beach, VA/US
17:15
Room G
E3 - ECR Academies:
Neuroradiology: from Morphology to Function
E3 819
Cerebral blood flow quantification
16:00
A-291 Chairman’s introduction
A. Jackson1, T. van der Zijden2; 1Manchester/UK, 2Edegem/BE
16:03
A-292 A. Functional imaging of cerebral perfusion
A. Krainik; Grenoble/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand that functional imaging of perfusion enables the
study of properties such as vasoreactivity to circulating gases,
autoregulation and neurovascular coupling.
2. To show that functional imaging of perfusion can influence
therapeutic strategy through estimation of the vascular reserve and
the risk of ischaemia.
3. To learn that functional MRI of vasoreactivity is of value in
understanding functional MRI activation.
16:32
A-293 B. Cerebral blood flow measurements with arterial spinlabelling
X. Golay; London/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To reveal how arterial spin labelling (ASL) can accurately measure
cerebral blood flow (CBF).
2. To present an overview of the advantages and limitations of using
ASL in adult and paediatric subjects.
3. To show that the use of subject-specific model parameters (for
example particularly blood and tissue T1) can improve the accuracy
of CBF estimates.
17:01
A-294 C. Cerebrovascular reserve imaging and the
consequences of neurovascular uncoupling
D. Mikulis; Toronto, ON/CA
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the consequences of severly reduced CVR in terms of
future risk of stroke as well as cortical thinning that can occur in the
absence of acute ischaemic events.
2. To review the challenges facing clinical implementation.
3. To understand the potential of CVR for informing patient selection
for revascularisation.
Learning Objectives:
1. To discuss the ways radiologists can enhance patients’ experiences
throughout the continuum of radiological care.
2. To identify ways to improve patient outcomes through effective
communication.
3. To leverage the value of patient-centred radiological care as a
resource for health systems.
Vascular
Questions and answers
RC 815
16:00–17:30
Room M 1
Carotid artery disease: so what’s new?
Moderator: T. Jargiello; Lublin/PL
16:00
A-295 A. The diagnostic assessment of carotid arteries
R. Iezzi; Rome/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the role of US, CT, MR and DSA in diagnostic
assessment.
2. To learn the optimal imaging algorithm for diagnosis and follow up.
3. To appreciate the role of plaque characterisation in routine practice.
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Learning Objectives:
1. To review radiology’s efforts to raise awareness and promote culture
change among radiologists to adapt to health system and consumer
initiatives for value-driven care.
2. To review organised radiology’s efforts to raise awareness and
promote culture change among radiologists to adapt to the mandates
of health reform.
3. To discuss radiology societies’ role in empowering radiologists
to document the delivery of higher value care through metrics
development, policy maker engagement, and data collection/
registry development for reporting quality data to policy makers and
certification bodies.
16:00–17:30
Postgraduate Educational Programme
16:30
A-296 B. Carotid stenting vs endarterectomy: is the jury back
yet?
17:14
Panel discussion:
What is the preferred comprehensive imaging test in
heart failure?
S. MacDonald; Newcastle upon Tyne/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the evidence supporting surgery and endovascular
therapy.
2. To understand why the trials have been slow to bring clarity to
optimal therapy.
3. To learn how best to triage patients for surgery or endovascular
therapy.
17:00
A-297 C. Carotid interventions in the setting of acute CVA
S. Sencer; Istanbul/TR
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the indications and contraindications to carotid
stenting.
2. To appreciate how CT/MR can aid patient selection for carotid
stenting.
3. To learn about carotid stenting in the setting of acute thrombosis/
dissection.
16:00–17:30
Room M 2
16:00–17:30
Interventional Radiology
RC 809
Current trends in transarterial
chemoembolisation (TACE) and
radioembolisation for HCC
16:00
A-302 Chairman’s introduction
A. Denys; Lausanne/CH
Session Objectives:
1. To learn how to select HCC patients for TACE-TAE or
radioembolisation.
2. To understand optimal DEB technique for TACE.
3. To understand the role of the radiologist in radioembolisation of
HCC.
16:05
A-303 A. Imaging in therapy planning and follow-up
L. Crocetti; Pisa/IT
Cardiac
RC 803
Room M 3
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn how imaging influences the selection of the embolisation
strategy in HCC.
2. To learn about standard and advanced imaging techniques in the
follow-up after treatment.
3. To learn how imaging may guide the decision about re-treatment.
Imaging of heart failure
16:00
A-298 Chairman’s introduction
C. Loewe; Vienna/AT
Session Objectives:
The numbers of patients with systolic or diastolic heart failure are
increasing. The role of non-invasive imaging to diagnose (the cause of)
heart failure, to assess prognosis and guide treatment, gains importance.
16:28
A-304 B. TACE and TAE for HCC: new agents, new schedules,
new combinations
K. Malagari; Athens/GR
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the results of new treatment schedules and treatment
combinations.
2. To learn about the rationale of recent and ongoing trials.
3. To learn about clinical results and possible further developments.
16:05
A-299 A. Current ESC and AHA guidelines: how to choose
imaging techniques in heart failure patients?
J.T. Ortiz-Pérez; Barcelona/ES
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the diagnostic algorithm of heart failure
according to current guidelines.
2. To learn the strengths and weaknesses of the different imaging
techniques in heart failure patients.
3. To discuss the role of imaging techniques to guide clinicians in
diagnosis, treatment and follow-up.
16:51
A-305 C. Radioembolisation: critical appraisal of techniques
and guidelines for treatment
J.I. Bilbao; Pamplona/ES
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about critical aspects of techniques and dosimetry.
2. To become familiar with ongoing trials and guidelines for treatment.
3. To understand the relative role of TACE/TAE and radioembolisation
in HCC.
16:28
A-300 B. Differentiating the causes for heart failure: is MRI the
indisputable gold standard?
T. Leiner; Utrecht/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about MRI techniques to evaluate heart failure and its
potential causes.
2. To learn a practical approach for differentiating the causes of heart
failure using MRI.
3. To become familiar with the role of MRI in the clinical management
and prognosis.
17:14
Panel discussion:
The intermediate HCC patient: how can we stratify
patients and allocate them to different therapies?
16:51
A-301 C. SPECT as an alternative imaging technique
F. Caobelli; Hannover/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about nuclear imaging techniques in the detection of heart
failure.
2. To appreciate imaging findings in the diagnosis of heart failure and
its causes.
3. To become familiar with the role of nuclear imaging for diagnosis
and prognosis in heart failure.
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Joint Course of ESR and RSNA
(Radiological Society of North America):
Emergency Radiology
MC 828
General principles: paediatric and
ENT emergencies
17:00
A-311
C. Imaging of bladder and urethra
J. Lopes Dias; Lisbon/PT
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with various diseases of the bladder and urethra.
2. To learn about the typical imaging findings of malignant and nonmalignant disease.
3. To learn about the most frequent differential diagnoses.
Moderators: A. Palkó; Szeged/HU,
R.J. Zagoria; San Francisco, CA/US
16:00
A-306 A. Imaging of polytrauma patients
U. Linsenmaier; Munich/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about general principles of diagnostic imaging in emergency
radiology in traumatic and non-traumatic emergencies.
2. To understand the aetiology, background and management of
common radiological emergencies.
3. To appreciate the role, indications and protocols for US, CR, MDCT
in modern emergency radiology.
Thursday
16:30
A-307 B. Challenges of imaging paediatric abdominal
emergencies
C.J. Sivit; Cleveland, OH/US
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the variations of pathology that cause abdominal pain
and vomiting in infants and children.
2. To learn how to plan safe and effective imaging protocols using US,
CT, and MRI.
3. To recognise pitfalls in the diagnosis of paediatric abdominal
emergencies with imaging.
17:00
A-308 C. Imaging in ENT emergencies
D. Nunez; New Haven, CT/US
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand imaging findings in patients presenting with acute
head and neck conditions using a systematic spatial approach.
2. To get an understanding of the role and indications of CT and MR in
acute non-traumatic ENT case management.
3. To learn how to identify the extent of disease and recognise specific
complications of cervicofacial infections.
16:00–17:30
Room M 5
E3 - ECR Academies:
Diagnostic Urogenital Radiology
E3 822
Upper and lower urinary tract
Moderator: V. Logager; Copenhagen/DK
16:00
A-309 A. CTU and MRU of the upper urinary tract
N.C. Cowan; Portsmouth/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the technical requirements of CTU and MRU.
2. To learn about indications, diagnostic accuracy, diagnostic strategies,
advantages and limitations of CTU and MRU.
3. To understand the normal imaging findings.
16:30
A-310 B. Imaging of kidney and ureter
M.A. Cova; Trieste/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the typical signs of urothelial carcinoma in the kidney
and ureter, including rare manifestations.
2. To learn about the most frequent differential diagnoses.
3. To understand the potential pitfalls.
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E3 - ECR Academies:
Interactive Teaching Sessions
Paediatric
E3 921
RC 912
Moderator: M. Raissaki; Iraklion/GR
Diagnostic evaluation of bone tumours
08:30
A-318 A. Imaging of liver masses
08:30
A-312 A. Bone tumours: benign or malignant?
H. Woodley; Leeds/UK
H.-J. van der Woude; Amsterdam/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To review the features on conventional radiographs which distinguish
benign and malignant bone tumours.
2. To extend this knowledge to analyse features on MRI and CT which
can help to distinguish benign and malignant bone tumours.
09:15
A-313 B. Pseudotumours: mimic bone tumours
1
2 1
Hepatobiliary imaging in children
2
F.M.H.M. Vanhoenacker , G. Vanderschueren ; Antwerp/BE, Leuven/BE
Learning Objectives:
1. To review the range of lesions which mimic tumours of the bone.
2. To extend this knowledge to analyse features that identify
pseudotumours of the bone.
08:30–10:00 Room B
Abdominal Viscera
RC 901 Hepatocellular tumours 08:30
A-314 Chairman’s introduction
C. Bartolozzi; Pisa/IT
Session Objective:
1. To briefly introduce the diagnostic challenge of benign and malignant
hepatocellular focal lesions.
C.J. Zech; Basle/CH
Learning Objectives:
1. To describe the underlying histopathologic characteristics of
hepatocellular adenoma.
2. To define and compare the features of different imaging techniques
for the correct diagnosis.
3. To differentiate hepatic adenoma from other hepatocellular focal
lesions, i.e. focal nodular hyperplasia.
08:58
A-316 B. HCC staging: what is new in imaging and can predict
prognosis
C. Ayuso; Barcelona/ES
Learning Objectives:
1. To define HCC staging criteria and their impact on therapeutic
management.
2. To describe HCC imaging prognostic factors, including functional
and metabolic imaging.
3. To appraise the added clinical value of imaging prognostic factors in
the therapeutic management.
09:21
A-317 C. Equivocal nodules in cirrhotic patient: how to solve
the puzzle
Y. Menu; Paris/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To describe modern imaging techniques to identify and characterise
nodules in cirrhotic patients.
2. To define the added value of hepato-specific contrast agents and
multiparametric approach for the differential diagnosis.
3. To appraise an algorithm for the management of equivocal nodules.
09:00
A-319 B. Imaging of biliary disorders
S.G.F. Robben; Maastricht/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the roles of US, CT and MRI.
2. To learn about manifestations of common diseases.
3. To discuss the role of hepatobiliary contrast agents.
09:30
A-320 C. Intervention in the hepatobiliary system
S. Franchi-Abella; Le Kremlin-Bicêtre/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with liver biopsy in focal and diffuse hepatic
disorders.
2. To highlight the role of interventional radiology in biliary disorders.
3. To learn about the role of interventional radiology in hepatic vascular
disorder.
08:30–10:00 Room N
Friday
08:35
A-315 A. The revised adenoma classification
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about imaging protocols.
2. To learn about common benign and malignant lesions and
differential diagnosis.
3. To become familiar with the role of new imaging techniques and
hepatocytes-specific contrast agents.
E3 - ECR Academies:
Modern Cardiac Imaging
E3 920
How to quantify the haemodynamic
significance of coronary stenosis
Moderator: C. Loewe; Vienna/AT
08:30
A-321 A. CT-angiography: new tools (TAFE, TAG, CT-FFR)
G. Pontone; Milan/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand how the haemodynamic significance of coronary
stenosis affects the choice of treatment and the patient’s prognosis.
2. To learn about new approaches to grading of coronary stenosis with
the help of CTA (TAFE, TAG, CT-FFR).
3. To become familiar with the diagnostic value of these tools in
comparison with traditional methods.
09:00
A-322 B. Myocardial perfusion: what can be done with MR and
CT
R. Vliegenthart; Groningen/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To appreciate the clinical need for assessment of myocardial
perfusion and viability.
2. To understand how perfusion MR and CT are performed in clinical
settings.
3. To learn about diagnostic performance of perfusion MR and CT and
clinical indications for them.
Panel discussion:
09:44 Impact of imaging on classification and differentiation of
hepatocellular lesions
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A-323 C. New players on the field: SPECT/CT, PET/CT, MR/PET
09:45
A-329 What are ontologies?
S.G. Nekolla; Munich/DE
B. Gibaud; Rennes/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the advantages and limitations of hybrid perfusion
imaging.
2. To learn about the diagnostic value of hybrid imaging for studies of
myocardial perfusion.
3. To become aware of clinical indications for hybrid myocardial
perfusion studies.
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the requirements for a structured and interoperable
“language”.
2. To learn about different ontologies and taxonomies.
3. To consolidate knowledge about “Minimum Information About
Biobanking Sharing” (MIABIS) 2.0.
08:30–10:00 Room E1
08:30–10:00 Studio 2016
Professional Challenges Session
Professional Challenges Session
PC 9b
PC 9a
Biobanks meet imaging
Radiology ten years from now:
where will it be?
Moderators: E. Neri; Pisa/IT, M. Pasterk; Graz/AT
08:30
A-324 How does Biobanking and BioMolecular resources
Research Infrastructure - European Research
Infrastructure Consortium (BBMRI-ERIC) work?
J.-E. Litton; Graz/AT
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the diversity of human disease, biological samples and
corresponding data.
2. To appreciate the benefits provided by biobanks for personalised
medicine.
3. To learn about how the biobanking network of BBMRI has
established quality assurance in biobanks.
08:45
A-325 Patient rights: data overprotection?
M.T. Mayrhofer; Graz/AT
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the rationale for patient rights.
2. To consolidate knowledge about the implementation of
anonymization and pseudonymization.
3. To learn about the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation.
09:00
A-326 What is the difference between a PACS and a clinical
bank of radiological images?
A. van der Lugt; Rotterdam/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To appreciate the need for structured and searchable image data and
reports.
2. To understand the requirements for a clinical imaging bank.
3. To learn about the intraoperability of clinical image bank and other
data repositories.
09:15
A-327 Population-based cohort biobanks: accessing large
European prospective cohorts through the biobanking
infrastructure BBMRI - large prospective cohorts (LPC)
O. Törnwall; Graz/AT
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about BBMRI - large prospective cohorts (LPC).
2. To understand how to obtain easy access to samples and data.
3. To learn how to transfer expertise from established to new emerging
biobanks.
08:30
A-330 Chairman’s introduction
C.D. Becker; Geneva/CH
Session Objectives:
1. To define the role of the radiologist in the multidisciplinary
environment.
2. To evaluate potential synergies between radiology and pathology in a
common management structure.
3. To discuss the leadership challenges in radiology for the next decade.
08:40
A-331 Expanding radiology with new multidisciplinary
competencies
J.A. Reekers; Amsterdam/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To explain the need for subspecialisation and clinical involvement for
future radiologists.
2. To review the role of the subspecialised radiologist in the modern
hospital environment.
3. To discuss strategies to increase visibility of the radiologist in the
medical community.
09:00
A-332 Potential synergies between radiology and pathology
R.H. Oyen; Leuven/BE
Learning Objectives:
1. To describe the advantages of integrating radiology and pathology in
the same organisational structure.
2. To discuss workflow and potential synergies.
3. To review local experience with regard to integration.
09:20
A-333 The beauty of general radiology
G.H. Mostbeck; Vienna/AT
Learning Objectives:
1. To define the training requirements and related challenges for
complete, transverse core competences in general radiology.
2. To define the practical challenges involved with increasing
subspecialisation in radiology.
3. To define the role of the general radiologist in the modern hospital
environment.
Panel discussion:
09:40 What are the leadership challenges for the next decade?
09:30
A-328 Population-based cohort: image banks
F. Bamberg; Tübingen/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To appreciate the added value provided by imaging in populationbased cohorts.
2. To understand the difference between observation, incidental finding
and result.
3. To learn about the intraoperability of biobanks and image banks.
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08:30–10:00 Room F1
Special Focus Session
Oncologic Imaging
SF 9c
RC 916
Brain hypersignals after repeated
gadolinium administrations
Diffusion-weighted imaging (DWI)
in oncology: how I do it
08:30
A-334 Chairman’s introduction
08:30
A-339 Chairman’s introduction
V. Runge; Berne/CH
D.-M. Koh; Sutton/UK
Session Objectives:
1. To review old and recent data on gadolinium (Gd) chelates kinetics
and toxicity.
2. To learn about the recent abundant literature concerning brain
hypersignals.
3. To understand the undertakings and positions of the health agencies.
08:35
A-340 A. DWI: how to optimise protocols
N. Papanikolaou; Stockholm/SE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about examination protocols and techniques.
2. To understand the different models describing diffusion in various
organs and diseases.
3. To become familiar with basic and advanced post-processing aspects.
08:35
A-335 Chemistry of Gd chelates and fundamentals in toxicity
S. Aime; Turin/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the determinants of the in vivo stability of Gd
complexes.
2. To understand the physicochemical aspects affecting the
biodistribution of Gd.
08:58
A-341 B. DWI in abdominal oncology: ready for clinical
practice?
D.M. Lambregts; Amsterdam/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the different ways diffusion imaging protocols can be
used for qualitative and quantitative evaluation of malignant tumours
in the abdomen.
2. To understand the pitfalls of using DWI in abdominal oncology.
3. To become familiar with the current clinical applications for DWI in
abdominal oncology.
08:52
A-336 Recent literature review
A. Radbruch; Heidelberg/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To review published data on hyperintensities and gadolinium
deposition in the brain after repeated gadolinium administrations.
2. To review published data on the differences of hyperintensities and
gadolinium deposition in the brain after repeated administrations of
macrocyclic and linear gadolinium based contrast agents.
09:21
A-342 C. DWI: whole body imaging
V. Vandecaveye; Leuven/BE
T.A. Yousry; London/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the clinically most important aspects of the function
of the dentate nucleus and basal ganglia nuclei.
2. To learn about signal variants and concerned pathologies.
3. To speculate about the potential implications of gadolinium
depositions.
09:26
A-338 Recent FDA and EMA undertakings in the matter
O. Clément; Paris/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the pharmacovigilance actions of the European
Medicines agency and the American FDA.
2. To understand the risk minimisation measures.
Panel discussion:
09:43 Gadolinium injections: should we change our practice?
Panel discussion:
09:44 How to optimise DWI for clinical practice?
08:30–10:00 Room F2
Special Focus Session
SF 9a
Breast density: how not to be
confused?
08:30
A-343 Chairman’s introduction
E. Azavedo; Stockholm/SE
Session Objectives:
1. To learn why breast density is a diagnostic problem and to
understand if it is a prognostic factor.
2. To be able to identify and grade breast density.
3. To understand why dense breast could be a masking process and to
learn how to avoid false negatives.
08:35
A-344 The mammographic dense breast
F.J. Gilbert; Cambridge/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn the definition of dense breast and the consequences on
mammography interpretation.
2. To understand the different methods to measure breast density on
mammography.
3. To analyse details that can be associated with abnormalities in dense
tissues.
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Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the most common indications of whole body diffusion
imaging in cancer staging and treatment planning.
2. To become familiar with normal anatomy and physiological signal at
whole body diffusion imaging.
3. To understand how to integrate qualitative and quantitative
interpretation criteria into a structured report to optimise
communication with the referring clinician.
09:09
A-337 Hypersignals in the brain: which clinical impact
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09:00
A-345 The ultrasound dense breast
08:35
A-352 A. Current status of digital mammography
L.J. Pina Insausti; Pamplona/ES
C.E. Mercer; Manchester/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn the different categories of breast density on ultrasound
according to the new BI-RADS lexicon.
2. To learn the impact of breast density on ultrasound analysis and the
interest of automatic breast ultrasound in breast cancer screening.
3. To learn how to handle a transducer in dense breasts.
Learning Objectives:
1. To appreciate the strengths and weaknesses of digital mammography
in breast imaging.
2. To become familiar with the importance of optimising breast
compression for improving image quality.
3. To appreciate the clinical role of digital mammography in
highlighting breast pathologies.
09:25
A-346 The MRI dense breast
P.A.T. Baltzer; Vienna/AT
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn the differences of breast density and (breast enhancement
patterns) background parenchymal enhancement (BPE), on MRI.
2. To understand if breast density or (breast enhancement) BPE have an
influence on breast cancer risk.
3. To understand enhancement in diffusely growing malignancies in a
dense background.
Panel discussion:
09:50 How to overcome the dense breast in screening?
08:58
A-353 B. Developments in digital mammography
C. Reis; Lisbon/PT
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the current developments in digital mammography.
2. To become aware of the potential of tomosynthesis in breast imaging.
3. To become familiar with the current limitations of digital
mammography in breast imaging.
09:21
A-354 C. Breast MRI and the future
G. Podobnik; Ljubljana/SI
Learning Objectives:
1. To appreciate the strengths and weaknesses of MRI in breast imaging.
2. To understand the role of the radiographer in breast MRI in view of
the recent developments in MRI technology.
3. To become aware of possible future developments in and clinical
applications of breast MRI.
08:30–10:00 Room D1
Chest
RC 904
Low dose and no-dose chest imaging:
opportunities and limitations
Panel discussion:
09:44 The role of multimodality imaging in breast imaging
Moderator: A.P. Parkar; Bergen/NO
08:30
A-347 A. Low-dose CT
O. Buckley; Dublin/IE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about techniques for decreasing the radiation dose on CT.
2. To know in which clinical situations low dose CT should be
performed.
09:00
A-348 B. MRI
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the current lung MR protocols.
2. To know in which clinical situations lung MRI is a helpful adjunct to
diagnosis.
09:30
A-349 C. US
F. Gleeson; Oxford/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn when and how to perform a US study in the intensive care
patient.
2. To become familiar with the strengths and limitations of the
technique.
08:30–10:00 Room D2
Radiographers
State-of-the-art breast imaging
08:30
A-350/A-351 Chairmen’s introduction
V. Syrgiamiotis1, S. Zackrisson2; 1Athens/GR, 2Malmö/SE
Session Objectives:
1. To review current methods of screen-film mammography.
2. To present recent developments in digital mammography.
3. To explain the future of breast MRI techniques.
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EF 1
Breast imaging modalities and radiation
dose
Moderators: T. Beyer; Vienna/AT, J. Damilakis; Iraklion/GR
J. Dinkel; Munich/DE
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A-355 Chairman’s introduction
J. Damilakis; Iraklion/GR
Session Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the advanced breast imaging modalities.
2. To learn about breast doses from these modalities.
3. To appreciate their advantages and limitations.
08:35
A-356 Breast CT: technology and patient dose
I. Sechopoulos; Nijmegen/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the technical aspects of breast CT.
2. To become familiar with breast dose levels from breast CT.
3. To give an overview of future improvements and developments of
breast CT.
09:05
A-357 Digital mammography for screening and diagnosis of
breast cancer: breast doses and radiogenic risks
O. Morrish; Cambridge/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about breast doses and radiogenic risks from a two-view
digital mammography.
2. To become familiar with breast doses and risks of radiation-induced
breast cancer associated with mammographic screening.
3. To understand that the risk of radiation-induced breast cancer due
to a properly performed mammographic screening programme is
minimal.
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A-358 Digital breast tomosynthesis: physical principles and
radiation dose levels
08:30–10:00 Room M 1
Molecular Imaging
G. Gennaro; Padua/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the technical aspects of digital breast tomosynthesis.
2. To become familiar with breast dose levels from digital breast
tomosynthesis.
3. To give an overview of future improvements and developments of
digital breast tomosynthesis.
08:30–10:00 Room G
E3 - ECR Academies:
Neuroradiology: from Morphology to Function
E3 919
Functional imaging of the spine
08:30
A-359 Chairman’s introduction
M. Muto; Naples/IT
08:33
A-360 A. Measuring CSF flow: technique and clinical usefulness
RC 906
Preclinical imaging as a driver for
translational research: how I do it
08:30
A-363 Chairman’s introduction
J. Hodler; Zurich/CH
Session Objectives:
1. To learn the translational potential of preclinical research.
2. To understand the needs of preclinical research.
3. To know the physiological differences between small animals and
humans.
08:35
A-364 A. Preclinical MR/PET imaging of cancer
C. Kuntner-Hannes; Seibersdorf/AT
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn the different targets for molecular imaging of cancer.
2. To understand the needs of standardisation in preclinical imaging.
3. To understand the challenges in quantitative preclinical PET imaging.
08:53
A-365 B. What about nano-technology?
B. Ertl-Wagner; Munich/DE
F.M.A. Kiessling; Aachen/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To review the physiology of CSF flow during the cardiac cycle.
2. To evaluate the reliability of the quantification of CSF flow rates by
use of phase contrast MRI.
3. To show examples where alterations of CSF flow in the craniocervical
junction can influence clinical management (e.g. in patients with
Chiari Malformation Type I).
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand nano-technology as it is used in imaging.
2. To learn the potential utility and toxicity of nano probes.
3. To understand the elimination route of nano probes.
09:11
A-366 C. View of the young researcher
D. Berritto; Acerra/IT
M. Sasiadek; Wroclaw/PL
Learning Objectives:
1. To review the technique of diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) in the
assessment of the spinal cord.
2. To document the usefulness of DTI in the detection of cervical spinal
cord integrity alterations in different stages of degenerative spine
disease.
3. To discuss the value of DTI in other diseases of the spinal cord.
09:31
A-362 C. Functional and quantitative MRI of symptomatic
stenoses of the lumbar spine
K. Eberhardt; Werneck/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To review the technique for performing MR myelography of the
lumbar spine in flexion and extension.
2. To document the advantages of dynamic MR myelography
for quantification of stenoses, motion-related changes, and
spondylolistheses of the lumbar spine.
3. To show that dynamic MR myelography may be useful for early
detection of spinal and for aminal stenosis, and show illustrative
clinical examples.
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn the benefits of preclinical imaging for clinical activities.
2. To learn how to translate the knowledge from pre-clinical to clinical
applications.
3. To understand the limitations of translation.
09:29
A-367 D. View of the radiographer
R. Harris; London/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the role of the radiographer as partner.
2. To consolidate knowledge about prerequisites for imaging phantoms
and animals.
3. To appreciate the benefits for translational and clinical research.
Panel discussion:
09:47 How to set-up an attractive programme
08:30–10:00 Room M 2
Vascular
RC 915
Fixing a leaky EVAR
Moderator: R. Morgan; London/UK
08:30
A-368 A. The role of US: Doppler, 3D US, CEUS
P. Ricci; Rome/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the techniques of modern US assessment and follow
up with case illustration.
2. To appreciate the indications and limits of US in the modern imaging
pathway.
3. To learn the latest evidence base for US assessment of endoleaks.
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09:02
A-361 B. Diffusion tensor imaging of the spinal cord in the
assessment of intramedullary changes
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09:00
A-369 B. 2D and 3D CTA: current concepts
A. Bücker; Homburg a.d. Saar/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn the optimal acquisition protocols for CT and MR assessment
of endoleaks.
2. To appreciate the imaging characteristics of new grafts and their
leaks.
3. To understand the role of CT/MRA in endoleak therapy planning.
09:30
A-370 C. Endovascular management
R. Uberoi; Oxford/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn the natural history of endoleaks.
2. To understand the interventional therapy options.
3. To learn the outcome data on interventional therapies for endoleaks.
08:30–10:00 Room M 3
Special Focus Session
SF 9b
Imaging in the presence of orthopaedic
hardware
08:30
A-371 Chairman’s introduction
M. Zanetti; Zurich/CH
Session Objectives:
1. To learn how CT can be optimised in the presence of orthopaedic
hardware.
2. To learn how MRI can be optimised in the presence of orthopaedic
hardware.
3. To learn about the role of imaging in prosthetic joint infection.
08:35
A-372 Optimising CT for imaging metalwork
M.-A. Weber; Heidelberg/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand that orthopaedic hardware should not be considered a
contraindication to computed tomography.
2. To become familiar with the factors affecting the magnitude of image
artefacts.
3. To learn about new techniques to minimise metal artefacts.
09:00
A-373 What problems do metalwork cause for MRI and how can
we solve them?
J.V. Dehem; Ypres/BE
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the challenges metalwork causes for MR imaging of
the joints.
2. To become familiar with new MRI metal artefact reduction
techniques.
3. To appreciate the growing clinical need for MR imaging of patients
with orthopaedic hardware.
09:25
A-374 Imaging prosthetic joint infection: traditionally
problematic, but do we have the answers now?
F. Kainberger; Vienna/AT
Learning Objectives:
1. To define situations in which imaging may significantly help to
improve the diagnosis of infection.
2. To apply modern concepts to the forms of inflammation following
endoprosthetic and other orthopaedic procedures.
3. To differentiate infection from other types of hardware loosening.
08:30–10:00 Room M 4
Emergency Radiology
RC 917
Acute pain: your friend and enemy in
emergency radiology
08:30
A-375 Chairman’s introduction: patients with acute pain management and therapeutic pathways
J. Walecki; Warsaw/PL
08:35
A-376 A. Head
P.C. Maly Sundgren; Lund/SE
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with common clinical conditions resulting in
acute headache.
2. To understand the choice of the best-suited imaging modality.
3. To learn about typical imaging findings in the most common clinical
scenarios.
08:59
A-377 B. Chest
C.N. De Cecco; Charleston, SC/US
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with clinical conditions resulting in acute pain.
2. To understand which additional data will influence the choice of the
correct imaging modality.
3. To learn about typical imaging findings in patients with acute chest
pain.
09:23
A-378 C. Abdomen
R. Basilico; Chieti/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with common clinical conditions resulting in
acute abdominal pain.
2. To understand what clinical information influences the choice of the
best-suited imaging modality.
3. To learn typical and less typical imaging findings in patients with
acute abdominal pain.
Panel discussion:
09:47 Where does radiology fit in the pathway?
08:30–10:00 Room M 5
E3 - ECR Academies:
Diagnostic Urogenital Radiology
E3 922
Gynaecology
Moderator: T. Cunha; Lisbon/PT
08:30
A-379 A. MR imaging techniques and normal anatomy of the
female pelvis
C.S. Balleyguier; Villejuif/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the different MR protocols according to the clinical
question.
2. To become familiar with normal imaging findings of the female
pelvis.
3. To become familiar with potential pitfalls.
Panel discussion:
09:50 What is the imaging modality of choice after plain films
in the presence of orthopaedic hardware?
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09:00
A-380 B. Staging of cervical cancer
R. Forstner; Salzburg/AT
10:35
A-385 Mammography screening in Denmark: implementation
and results
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the MR appearance of cervical cancer, including
mimics.
2. To become familiar with the spread of disease.
3. To understand the impact of imaging on therapeutic decision
making.
I. Vejborg; Copenhagen/DK
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the challenges in implementation of a service cancer
screening programme.
2. To learn about the balance between positive and negative effects of a
population-based screening programme.
3. To discuss quality assurance of a nationwide mammography
screening programme and to present its results.
09:30
A-381 C. Differential diagnoses of adnexal masses
S. Swift; Leeds/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand how to identify the origin of the suspicious adnexal
mass.
2. To learn about how to differentiate benign from malignant adnexal
masses, also applying functional techniques.
3. To understand how to differentiate between benign surgical and nonsurgical lesions.
10:30–12:00
Room A
E3 - ECR Academies:
Interactive Teaching Sessions
E3 1021
10:55
A-386 Performing MRI preoperatively in all breast cancer
patients in Iceland: is it worthwhile?
M. Garðarsdóttir; Reykjavik/IS
Learning Objective:
1. To understand the value of preoperative assessment of disease extent
as a tool in appropriate surgical planning.
11:05
A-387 Breast density, risk for breast cancer and how to
personalise screening: what are the future breast
imaging modalities?
S. Zackrisson; Malmö/SE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the current knowledge of how to estimate breast
cancer risk and if this can be applied in a screening context.
2. To understand what imaging modalities for breast cancer screening
we have at hand now and for the future.
Emergency radiology I
10:30
A-382 A. Abdominal vascular emergencies
A. Palkó; Szeged/HU
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the different types of abdominal vascular emergencies.
2. To learn about imaging findings and treatment options.
11:25
A-388 Interval cancers in population-based screening
programmes
S.R. Hoff; Aalesund/NO
J.D. Dodd; Dublin/IE
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the imaging technique.
2. To become familiar with the differential diagnosis.
10:30–12:00
Room B
Friday
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand interval cancers, i.e. breast cancers, detected in the
interval between two screening examinations.
2. To learn about systematic reviews of interval cancers, as the rate
of missed interval cancer can be used as a quality measure of a
screening program.
11:15
A-383 B. Chest trauma
11:40
A-389 New developments in MRI and MR image analysis of
breast cancer
J. Hakumäki; Kuopio/FI
ESR meets the Nordic Countries
EM 1
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the fundamentals of DWI, DCE and MR spectroscopy
in breast imaging.
2. To become familiar with the optimised analysis methods for DWI,
DCE and MRS.
3. To learn about multiparametric data analysis in 3T breast MRI.
Mammography in Nordic countries:
screening and new developments
Welcome the ESR President:
L. Donoso; Barcelona/ES
Presiding:
K. Riklund; Umea/SE
M. Garðarsdóttir; Reykjavik/IS
G. Hagen; Oslo/NO
K.R. Nielsen; Copenhagen/DK
H. Ståhlbrandt; Eksjö/SE
R.L. Vanninen; Kuopio/FI
10:30
A-384 Introduction
10:30–12:00
Room K
EFOMP Workshop: Radiation Protection for
the female patient and female medical staff
EF 2
Pregnancy and lactation
Moderators: P. Sharp; Aberdeen/UK, V. Tsapaki; Anixi/GR
H. Ståhlbrandt; Eksjö/SE
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with radiology in breast cancer in Nordic
countries.
2. To learn about screening, individualisation, risk stratification and
new methods.
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10:30
A-390 Chairman’s introduction
P. Sharp; Aberdeen/UK
Session Objectives:
1. To learn how to manage and counsel pregnant patients in case of
x-ray exposure.
2. To become familiar with issues related to administration of
radiopharmaceuticals to pregnant patients and nursing mothers.
3. To learn how to protect pregnant or potentially pregnant personnel
working with x-rays.
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10:35
A-391 Radiation protection of pregnant and lactating patients
in nuclear medicine
11:30
A-396 C. Staging of prostate cancer
A.R. Padhani; London/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the imaging techniques used for staging,
including functional MRI.
2. To become familiar with the common sites of metastases.
3. To learn about what technique to use for follow-up of metastatic
disease, including functional techniques.
S. Mattsson; Malmö/SE
Learning Objectives:
1. To discuss issues related to administration of radiopharmaceuticals to
pregnant patients.
2. To discuss issues related to administration of radiopharmaceuticals to
nursing mothers.
3. To be informed about the exposure of the embryo/foetus to radiation
during nuclear medicine procedures performed on the mother.
11:05
A-392 Dose management of pregnant patients in x-ray imaging
12:15–12:45
Room A
Plenary Session
J. Damilakis; Iraklion/GR
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn how to manage pregnant patients in case of intentional and
accidental exposure to x-rays.
2. To be informed about the exposure of the embryo/foetus to radiation
during diagnostic and interventional x-ray procedures performed on
the mother.
3. To learn about new developments in embryo/foetus dose estimation.
11:35
A-393 Occupational radiation protection: protecting pregnant
or potentially pregnant workers in interventional
radiology
A. Trianni; Udine/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To be informed about dose limits and regulations regarding
occupational exposure of pregnant staff working with radiation.
2. To learn how to manage pregnant staff in medical imaging
departments.
3. To become familiar with techniques that will keep the dose to the
unborn child from the mother’s occupation as low as possible.
10:30–12:00
Room M 5
E3 - ECR Academies:
Diagnostic Urogenital Radiology
E3 1022
Prostate
Moderator: J.J. Fütterer; Nijmegen/NL
10:30
A-394 A. Ultrasound of the prostate
T. Fischer; Berlin/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the technical requirements for performing
US of the prostate.
2. To learn about the anatomy of the prostate.
3. To understand how to detect suspicious lesions for ultrasoundguided biopsy.
4. To understand the potential clinical utility of different ultrasound
techniques such as Doppler, elastography, CEUS and image fusion.
5. To discuss the evidence for the use of these technologies in routine
clinical practice.
11:00
A-395 B. Multiparametric MRI of the prostate
G.M. Villeirs; Ghent/BE
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with technical aspects of DCE-MRI, DWI and
MR spectroscopy.
2. To understand how to recognise the advantages and limitations of
each technique.
3. To understand how to detect significant disease of prostate cancer in
the peripheral zone.
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Josef Lissner Honorary Lecture
Presiding: K. Riklund; Umeå/SE
12:15
A-397 Liver imaging: where do we stand now?
V. Vilgrain; Clichy/FR
12:15–13:45
Room D2
MIR @ ECR Session
MIR 1
Communication in radiology
Moderators: B. Hamm; Berlin/DE, S. Morozov; Moscow/RU
12:15
A-398 A. Communication and conflict resolution in radiology:
how to recruit and retain the best team
P.R. Ros; Cleveland, OH/US
Learning Objectives:
1. To review the key principles of excellence in building medical
imaging teams.
2. To understand how to recruit and retain the best radiology team
members.
3. To appreciate the value of communication in conflict resolution and
high performance radiology teams.
12:33
A-399 B. Impact of structured reporting on communication with
referring physicians
D. Pinto dos Santos; Mainz/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand how structured reporting can improve
communication with the referring physicians.
2. To learn about how structured reporting can support communication
and tracking of actionable findings.
3. To become familiar with current developments in structured
reporting.
12:51
A-400 C. Informed consent in the radiology department: when
and how?
L.H. Ros Mendoza; Zaragoza/ES
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the role and importance that informed consent
currently has in radiology departments.
2. To discuss the radiological procedures and techniques which do or
do not need informed consent.
3. To understand the importance of a thorough and accurate design of
informed consent.
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13:09
A-401 D. Patients’ expectations in communication with
radiologists
14:00–15:30
Room B
EFRS meets Sweden
E. Briers; Hasselt/BE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about patients’ expectations when entering the radiology
department.
2. To understand the knowledge gap between the “average” patient and
the “average” radiologist.
3. To learn how to overcome the knowledge gap without making the
message become childish or treating the patient as a child.
4. To appreciate the multiple levels of patient knowledge.
13:27
EM 4
14:00
A-405/A-406 Introduction
H.H. Hjemly1, K. Hillergård2; 1Oslo/NO, 2Jönköping/SE
Session Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed
for competent Swedish radiographers.
2. To learn about the caring approach within the Swedish radiography
programme.
3. To understand the research as a process for learning in a Swedish
radiography programme.
Discussion
12:30–13:30
Room B
E3 - The Beauty of Basic Knowledge:
Breast Imaging
E3 24C
14:05
A-407 The Swedish radiographer as a professional
B.T. Andersson; Lund/SE
Learning Objectives:
1. To gain insight into the Swedish radiographer as a professional.
2. To become familiar with the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed
for competent Swedish radiographers.
3. To consolidate knowledge about core competences and their relation
to education and profession.
4. To appreciate the impact of person-centred care in the area of
radiography.
Breast cancer staging: why and how
Moderator: J. Camps Herrero; Valencia/ES
12:30
A-402 Breast cancer staging: why and how
K. Kinkel; Chêne-Bougeries/CH
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn the timing, limitation and advantages of the different
imaging techniques in staging breast cancer.
2. To know how to deal with additional lesions and their clinical
meaning.
3. To understand the critical role of the radiologist in the pretreatment
evaluation of breast cancer.
14:23
A-408 Implementation of a caring approach within the Swedish
radiography programme
M. Lundén; Gothenburg/SE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the Swedish radiography programme.
2. To appreciate the importance of combining patient care and technical
matters in the Swedish radiography programme.
3. To become familiar with and acknowledge the patient’s perspective in
the radiography programme.
4. To understand how a caring approach can be accomplished in a
radiography programme.
Room D1
E3 - The Beauty of Basic Knowledge:
Chest Imaging
E3 25C
Reporting chest radiology made easy
Moderator: N. Howarth; Chêne-Bougeries/CH
12:30
A-403 A. Interstitial lung disease: 5 golden rules
14:41
A-409 Implementation of a research process and quality
improvement within the Swedish radiography
programme
K. Fridell; Stockholm/SE
S.R. Desai; London/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about different aspects of the research process in a Swedish
radiography programme.
2. To become familiar with different methods for quality improvement
and how these can be integrated in a Swedish radiography
programme.
3. To understand the research as a process for learning in a Swedish
radiography programme.
Learning Objectives:
1. To review diagnostic signs of interstitial lung disease.
2. To learn how to avoid over-diagnosis.
3. To know the limitations of radiological diagnoses.
13:00
A-404 B. Pleural disease
C. Beigelman; Lausanne/CH
Learning Objectives:
1. To review the radiological appearance of pleural disease.
2. To learn how to identify typical pleural plaques.
3. To know how to distinguish pleural plaques from pleural metastases.
14:59
A-410 Cultural highlights
G. Örnberg; Umeå/SE
15:17
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The professional role of Swedish
radiographers in medical imaging
Postgraduate Educational Programme
14:00–15:30
Room L8
EIBIR Session
14:18
A-417 B. Patient satisfaction with radiology departments: are
we doing our best?
G. Paulo; Coimbra/PT
EIBIR 2
14:00
A-411/A-412
MITIGATE: What does it take to
perform clinical trials in interventional
radiology?
Introduction
S.O. Schönberg1, W.R. Jaschke2; 1Mannheim/DE, 2Innsbruck/AT
Session Objectives:
1. To introduce the aims of the session.
2. To highlight the importance of clinical trials in interventional
radiology.
3. To introduce the related objectives of the MITIGATE project.
14:10
A-413 Overview on clinical trials in interventional radiology in
Europe
A. Gangi; Strasbourg/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the European framework for clinical trials in
interventional radiology.
2 To learn about the requirements for clinical trials in interventional
radiology in Europe.
3. To learn about successfully conducted clinical trials in interventional
radiology.
14:30
A-414 How to implement investigator-initiated or
industry-sponsored trials in interventional oncology:
SORAMIC vs SIRFLOX
J. Ricke; Magdeburg/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about two examples of clinical trials in interventional
oncology.
2. To learn about the implementation of clinical trials in interventional
oncology.
3. To learn more about industry involvement in clinical trials in
interventional oncology.
14:50
A-415 Design of a clinical trial in oligometastatic GIST:
results from the MITIGATE consortium
C. Decristoforo; Innsbruck/AT
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the aims of the clinical trial performed in the
MITIGATE project.
2. To learn about the design of a clinical trial in oligometastatic GIST.
3. To learn about the expected impact of the clinical trial.
15:10
Discussion
14:00–15:30
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the importance of a harmonised and structured
communication process with patients.
2. To become aware of patients’ needs and fragilities at the point of care.
3. To understand the importance of health professionals’ teamwork as a
tool to developing a patient safety culture.
Room D2
MIR @ ECR Session
14:36
A-418 C. Is there any evidence for decision support?
G. Boland; Boston, MA/US
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the goals of clinical decision support tools.
2. To discuss and evaluate the emerging tools available.
3. To discuss the evidence for improving clinical outcome.
14:54
A-419 D. Dose monitoring and benchmarking: opportunities to
improve radiation protection
D. Caramella; Pisa/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To demonstrate the importance of systematic dose monitoring in
radiology.
2. To understand how dose monitoring may reduce clinically unjustified
variations within and between hospitals.
3. To propose a paradigm shift from risk communication to safety
reassurance.
15:12
Discussion
14:00–15:30
Room M 4
Joint Session of the ESR and ESMRMB
Cardiac MRI
Moderators: J. Bremerich; Basle/CH, E.R. Danielsen; Copenhagen/DK
14:00
A-420 Overview of cardiac MR methods
S. Kozerke; Zurich/CH
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the most important methods in Cardiac
MRI covering both methods for examination of congenital and
acquired heart disease.
2. To learn about cardiac MRI pulse sequences, the principles of ECG
gating, and how movement is handled.
3. To become familiar with dynamic and anatomical cardiac MRI
methods.
4. To learn how to recognise pitfalls and imaging artefacts typical for
cardiac MRI.
5. To understand reconstruction and volume rendering principles as
they apply to cardiac MRI.
14:30
A-421 Clinical use of MR in congenital cardiac disease
V. Muthurangu; London/UK
MIR 2
Improving quality and safety
in radiology
Moderators: E.J. Adam; London/UK,
D.A. Koff; Hamilton, ON/CA
14:00
A-416 A. How to run a safe department?
P. Cavanagh; Taunton/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the key drivers for developing a safe radiology service.
2. To learn about a framework that helps to implement a safe system
within a radiology department.
3. To learn about approaches that can be used in your department.
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Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the variety of congenital cardiac disease that benefit
from MRI, and to understand which methods are useful in the
different diseases.
2. To understand the imaging features and basic clinical features of
congenital heart disease including neonatal heart disease, congenital
heart disease in childhood and adult congenital heart disease.
3. To appreciate MRI features of congenital vascular anomalies of the
cardiovascular system.
4. To appreciate the role of quantitative evaluations in cardiac MRI for
congenital heart disease.
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15:00
A-422 Clinical use of MR in acquired cardiac disease
16:21
A-428 Dementia: the role of nuclear medicine
T. Leiner; Utrecht/NL
V. Garibotto; Geneva/CH
Learning Objectives:
1. To appreciate the wide range of clinical questions in acquired cardiac
disease that may benefit from MRI, and to understand how the
different techniques assist clinical decision making.
2. To learn about the MRI features and basic clinical features of
cardiomyopathy including acute myocarditis, dilated cardiomyopathy,
restrictive and obstructive cardiomyopathy, cardiomyopathy related
to systemic disease, infiltrative cardiomyopathy.
3. To appreciate the role of quantitative evaluations in cardiac MRI for
acquired heart disease.
4. To understand the role, benefits and limitations of cardiac stress
testing in cardiac MRI.
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the PET and SPECT tracers available for
molecular imaging in dementia.
2. To become familiar with typical patterns of hypometabolism in
dementia.
3. To understand the added value of molecular imaging by PET and
SPECT in dementia.
4. To discuss the potential role of hybrid MR/PET in this field.
16:00–17:30
16:39
A-429 Prostate cancer: PET/CT in early biochemical relapse
E. Lopci; Rozzano/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the role of PET imaging in the investigation of
biochemical relapse in prostate cancer.
2. To become familiar with the role of established tracers including
C-11 choline and F-18 fluoride in this clinical context.
3. To gain insight into the potential of emerging tracers, such as Ga-68
PSMA.
Room A
E3 - ECR Academies:
Interactive Teaching Sessions
E3 1221
Use of staging and classification
systems
16:57
A-430 Prostate cancer: multiparametric MR in the diagnosis and
clinical management of prostate cancer
F. Mrakic Sposta; Milan/IT
16:00
A-423 A. RECIST 1.1 training
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the role of multiparametric MRI in the investigation
of prostate cancer.
2. To become familiar with the role of morphological sequences, DWI
sequences and ADC maps in MRI exams.
3. To gain insight into the potential spectroscopy study of Choline,
Citrate and Creatine.
A. Graser; Munich/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the principle of the RECIST system.
2. To become familiar with the daily oncologic work-up.
16:45
A-424 B. Gastrointestinal-abdominal masses
A. Ba-Ssalamah; Vienna/AT
16:00–17:30
Room B
Joint Session of the ESR and the EANM
Hybrid imaging: radiology and nuclear medicine
16:00
A-425/A-426 Introduction
K. Riklund1, V. Lewington2; 1Umea/SE, 2London/UK
Session Objectives:
1. To learn about collaboration in hybrid imaging.
2. To understand the added value of using both radiology and nuclear
medicine in medicine.
16:03
A-427 Dementia: the role of radiology
S. Haller; Geneva/CH
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn the typical atrophy patterns of various types of dementia,
notably Alzheimer Dementia and fronto-temporal lobar
degeneration.
2. To understand the basic principle of arterial spin labelling (ASL).
3. To become familiar with typical patterns of hypoperfusion in
dementia.
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Panel discussion:
How can collaboration between radiology and nuclear
medicine develop imaging and research in hybrid
imaging?
16:00–17:30
Room C
E3 - ECR Academies:
Modern Imaging in Colorectal Cancer
E3 1218
Rectal cancer: update on organ saving
treatments
Moderator: L.K. Blomqvist; Stockholm/SE
16:00
A-431 A. The surgical perspective
G.L. Beets; Amsterdam/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about new organ saving treatments in rectal cancer and the
clinical background.
2. To know how to select and follow the patients.
3. To understand the factors relevant for clinical decision making.
4. To understand what the surgeon wants to know from radiologists.
16:30
A-432 B. The oncological perspective
V. Valentini; Rome/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the different radiation oncologists’ treatment
proposals based on the anatomical and pathological information
from imaging.
2. To become familiar with patients’ expectations, taking into
consideration the various preoperative radiation treatment schedules
with or without chemotherapy.
3. To know how radiation treatment can improve the number of
patients with complete response and how it is challenging for the
oncologist and the patients.
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Learning Objectives:
1. To learn the characteristic features of some common and atypical
abdominal masses.
2. To identify the key imaging findings that assist surgeons or
oncologists treating specific abdominal masses.
17:15
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17:00
A-433 C. The radiological perspective
16:28
A-445 B. Dose reduction and image quality in paediatric CT
R.G.H. Beets-Tan; Amsterdam/NL
R.A.J. Nievelstein; Utrecht/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn how radiologists can answer the relevant clinical questions.
2. To understand the role of imaging during the selection for and the
follow-up of organ preservation.
3. To know the performance of (MR) imaging for the assessment and
prediction of complete response after chemoradiotherapy.
Learning Objectives:
1. To discuss simple steps for dose reduction in paediatric CT.
2. To learn about the image quality and patient dose.
3. To understand common errors when performing paediatric CT.
16:00–17:30
Room Z
EdiR talk
What you should know about the EDiR
16:51
A-446 C. Patient compliance and motion-free protocols in
general paediatric MRI
G. Schneider; Homburg/ Saar/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the cost of time versus quality images in paediatric
MRI.
2. To learn about the importance of safety and pre-designed protocols
in paediatric MRI.
3. To discuss options and technology available for free-breathing
children.
16:00
A-434/A-435 Chairmen’s introduction: The story of the
European Diploma in Radiology (EDiR)
J. Vilar1, Y. Menu2; 1Valencia/ES, 2Paris/FR
Session Objectives:
1. To become informed about the origin of the European Diploma in
Radiology.
2. To become aware of the evolution and development of the EDiR.
3. To learn the most relevant facts and figures about the EDiR.
16:15
A-436/A-437/A-438/A-439/A-440
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn some important facts regarding the recent examination at
ECR 2016.
2. To become familiar with the new reality of the EDiR: The skills
examination, how it works and practical tips.
3. To learn some tricks that may help candidates prepare for the written
part.
4. To become informed about the future EDiR forecast.
17:00
A-441/A-442 EDiR
O. Dicle1, E. Jordan2; 1Izmir/TR, 2Barcelona/ES
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn how to prepare for the EDiR.
2. To learn how to apply for the EDiR: Where, when and how.
3. To appreciate the real and potential benefits of taking the
examination: The point-of-view of an EDiR holder.
Room O
Paediatric
RC 1212
Panel discussion:
What are the essentials in education and training for
paediatric imaging
16:00–17:30
Evolution of the EDiR
J. Vilar1, P.C. Maly Sundgren2, L. McKnight3, V. Iranzo4, H.T. Sarisoy5;
1
Valencia/ES, 2Lund/SE, 3Langland/UK, 4Barcelona/ES, 5Kocaeli/TR
16:00–17:30
17:14
Key issues in paediatric imaging
16:00
A-443 Chairman’s introduction
J. Portelli; Msida/MT
Session Objectives:
1. To understand the importance of dose reduction parameters.
2. To learn how to improve image quality in paediatric patients when
performing studies with ionising radiation.
3. To learn about requisites for a safe and successful paediatric MRI
scan.
16:05
A-444 A. Key issues in the x-ray department
E. Sorantin; Graz/AT
Room N
E3 - ECR Academies:
Modern Cardiac Imaging
E3 1220
Essentials of modern imaging in cardiac
diseases
Moderator: G.I. Kirova-Nedialkova; Sofia/BG
16:00
A-447 A. Major challenges in diagnostic imaging of cardiac
diseases
M. Oudkerk; Groningen/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about limitations of standard approaches to diagnosis and
assessment of risk in cardiac diseases.
2. To appreciate how these limitations could be overcome with the help
of cardiac diagnostic imaging.
3. To learn about new opportunities for assessment of risk and
prognosis.
16:30
A-448 B. Backbone of cardiac imaging: CT and MRI
M. Gutberlet; Leipzig/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To review the technical and methodological aspects of coronary and
cardiac CT and MRI.
2. To learn about major clinical applications of coronary and cardiac
CTA.
3. To become familiar with clinical indications for cardiac MR from a
practical point of view.
17:00
A-449 C. Hybrid systems for cardiac applications: essentials
J. Knuuti; Turku/FI
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about types of hybrid scanners for cardiac imaging.
2. To become familiar with types of tracers for cardiac imaging.
3. To become familiar with approaches to selecting scanners and tracers
according to the clinical indications.
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the image quality and patient dose.
2. To become familiar with standards of acceptable image quality.
3. To become familiar with ways to reduce dose, especially in daily
fluoroscopy.
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Genitourinary
16:15
A-455 Maximising your chances to obtain European research
funding: opportunities, strategies, services
P. Zolda; Vienna/AT
RC 1207
MRI for gynaecologic imaging:
how I do it
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about strategies to obtain funding under Horizon2020.
2. To learn about how EIBIR can support research consortia in the
preparation and implementation of projects.
3. To get useful tips for preparing a competitive proposal.
16:00
A-450 Chairman’s introduction
C.D. Alt; Düsseldorf/DE
Session Objectives:
1. To learn how to optimise MRI of the female pelvis.
2. To understand the diagnostic benefit of integration of advanced
techniques.
16:40
A-456 An evaluator’s perspective
M. Dewey; Berlin/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn from the experience of an external expert evaluator under
H2020.
2. To understand the mechanisms of proposal evaluation.
3. To get insider information, such as what it takes to prepare a proposal
that can convince evaluators.
16:05
A-451 A. Basics of patient preparation and T2W-imaging
N.M. deSouza; Sutton/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the value of patient preparation.
2. To learn how to optimise and tailor protocols in female pelvic
imaging.
3. To understand the role of T2WI, and how and when to use 3D
techniques.
17:00
A-457 Success story of a maximum score project in Horizon
2020
C.K. Kuhl; Aachen/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about a successful application on hybrid MR/PET in breast
cancer.
2. To understand the actions that led to the submission of a strong
application.
3. To learn about next the steps of the project.
16:28
A-452 B. Contrast agents
R.A. Kubik-Huch; Baden/CH
16:51
A-453 C. Diffusion and ADC
E. Sala; New York, NY/US
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the technical principles of DWI.
2. To learn how to optimise and integrate DWI in pelvic imaging.
3. To illustrate the added diagnostic value of DWI in female pelvic
imaging.
17:14
Panel discussion:
Multiparametric MRI of the female pelvis - should it
replace tailored protocols?
16:00–17:30
Room L8
EIBIR Session
17:20
Questions and answers
16:00–17:30
Room E1
Musculoskeletal
RC 1210
Friday
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the safety considerations and guidelines for
the use of gadolinium with a special focus on imaging pregnant and
lactating patients.
2. To learn why, how and when to use IV contrast-enhanced imaging in
MRI of the female pelvis.
3. To understand different gadolinium T1W techniques and their
clinical value in routine imaging, as well as to become familiar with
quantification techniques.
Systemic disease: what to look for in
the musculoskeletal system
Moderator: A. Cotten; Lille/FR
16:00
A-458 A. Imaging the diabetic foot
J. Kramer; Linz/AT
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the range of imaging abnormalities seen in the
diabetic foot.
2. To become familiar with features that distinguish infection from
other abnormalities in the diabetic foot.
16:30
A-459 B. MSK manifestations of non-malignant haematological
disease
A.H. Karantanas; Iraklion/GR
EIBIR 3
Gateway to European funding for
research projects
16:00
A-454 Introduction
G.P. Krestin; Rotterdam/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the mission, structure and general services of the
European Institute for Biomedical Imaging Research (EIBIR).
2. To understand the framework and policy for European research
funding.
3. To learn about future calls relevant to the imaging community.
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Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the way haematological conditions can affect the
musculoskeletal system.
2. To become familiar with patterns of imaging abnormality seen
in the musculoskeletal system in patients with non-malignant
haematological disorders.
17:00
A-460 C. MSK manifestations of renal disease
G. Guglielmi; Andria/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To demonstrate the way renal disease can affect the musculoskeletal
system.
2. To become familiar with patterns of imaging abnormality seen in the
musculoskeletal system in patients with renal disease.
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Oncologic Imaging
RC 1216
16:30
A-467 Perspectives from thoracic imaging
M. Rémy-Jardin; Lille/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To describe the clinical situations justifying such an integration.
2. To discuss the most adapted scanning protocols.
3. To describe the complementarity between morphology and function
in daily practice.
New insights in bone tumour imaging
16:00
A-461 Chairman’s introduction
D. Vanel; Bologna/IT
Session Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the treatment strategies in bone tumours.
2. To learn about the role of current imaging techniques in management
of bone tumours.
16:55
A-468 Perspectives from cardiac imaging
J. Bremerich; Basle/CH
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the role of the heart in cardiopulmonary diseases.
2. To learn about cardiac imaging modalities and their application in
pulmonary diseases.
3. To become familiar with specific cardiac imaging protocols.
16:05
A-462 A. New insights in treatment-associated changes in
patients with bone tumours
C.R. Krestan; Vienna/AT
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the treatment strategies in bone tumours.
2. To learn the essentials of sarcoma imaging.
3. To understand post-treatment appearances including chemo- and
radiation-induced bone marrow changes.
16:28
A-463 B. New insights in staging and restaging musculoskeletal
tumours
17:20
16:00–17:30
Room D1
Chest
J.L. Bloem; Leiden/NL
RC 1204
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the role of current imaging techniques in management
of bone tumours.
2. To learn the essentials in staging and restaging in bone tumours.
16:00
A-469 Chairman’s introduction
Session Objectives:
1. To clarify the terms used to describe occupational lung diseases.
2. To illustrate one modern cause of OLD: denim sandblasters.
G. Sommer; Basle/CH
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the current concepts of evaluation of multiple
myeloma with FDG PET/CT and MR/PET.
2. To understand the role of diffusion-weighted MRI in patients with
multiple myeloma.
16:05
A-470 A. Silicosis and coal workers’ pneumoconiosis
K. Marten-Engelke; Göttingen/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To recognise clinical features and occupational history of silicosis and
CWP.
2. To appreciate HRCT features of these disorders as well as important
differential diagnoses.
Panel discussion:
The future of bone tumour imaging
16:00–17:30
Room F2
Professional Challenges Session
PC 12a
16:28
A-471 B. Asbestos-related disease
S.J. Copley; London/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To know the wide range of findings associated with asbestos
exposure.
2. To appreciate the role of CT-HRCT in the assessment of these
patients.
Comprehensive cardiothoracic
radiology: the way to go?
16:00
A-465 Chairman’s introduction: A perspective from both
worlds: cardiac and thoracic imaging
Occupational lung diseases: the known
and the less known
N. Karabulut; Denizli/TR
16:51
A-464 C. New insights in imaging for multiple myeloma
17:14
Panel discussion:
How to best increase our impact on this interdisciplinary
field?
16:51
A-472 C. Hypersensitivity pneumonitis
E.J.R. van Beek; Edinburgh/UK
P.-Y. Brillet; Bobigny/FR
Session Objectives:
1. To learn about the possible integration of cardiac and thoracic
imaging for routine patient care.
2. To understand the need for a holistic approach to cardiothoracic
imaging.
3. To become familiar with the main protocols and applications of
cardiothoracic imaging.
Learning Objectives:
1. To know about the various professional exposures that can cause
HSP.
2. To learn how to recognise the acute, sub-acute and chronic forms of
this disease.
16:05
A-466 Challenges and opportunities
17:14
Panel discussion:
What are the key findings for diagnosing occupational
lung diseases?
A. de Roos; Leiden/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about challenges in training and education.
2. To learn about multi-organ interaction.
3. To learn about clinical and research opportunities.
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16:00–17:30
Room K
MIR @ ECR Session
E3 - Rising Stars Programme
MIR 3
Basic Session 3:
Improving radiology departments
Moderators: J.K. Bell; Manchester/UK, P. Mildenberger; Mainz/DE
16:00
A-473 A. Health and wellbeing in the workplace
C.L. Cooper; Manchester/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To assess the costs of poor health and wellbeing at work in personal
and organisational outcomes.
2. To explore the workplace stressors that deplete wellbeing at work.
3. To highlight strategies for enhancing wellbeing at work and
minimising stress.
16:18
A-474 B. The role of radiology departments in patient-centred
care: requirements for improvement
R.L. Arenson; San Francisco, CA/US
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with information system tools for radiology to
become more patient-centric.
2. To understand the importance of radiologists’ interactions with
patients.
3. To appreciate the transformation needed for radiology to adapt to
new health systems.
16:36
A-475 C. Key features for organisational and financial
sustainability
E. Schouman-Claeys; Paris/FR
16:54
A-476 D. Clinically relevant reporting in the era of precision
medicine
H. Hricak; New York, NY/US
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about key elements of reporting for precision medicine.
2. To understand the synergy between imaging reports and clinical
management.
3. To appreciate how advances in oncology change the requirements for
radiology reporting.
4. To become familiar with emerging trends in molecular imaging and
theranostics that are impacting the demands on clinical radiology.
17:12
Discussion
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16:00
A-477 Kidney
K. Katsanos, A. Adam; London/UK
16:30
A-478 Liver
L. Crocetti; Pisa/IT
17:00
A-479 Bones
A. Gangi; Strasbourg/FR
16:00–17:30
Room G
Neuro
RC 1211
Cerebrovascular disease
Moderator: M. Vernooij; Rotterdam/NL
16:00
A-480 A. Vascular distribution territories: arterial and venous
A. Dörfler; Erlangen/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with a comprehensive vascular anatomy of the
brain.
2. To understand the advantages and limitations of CTA and MRA.
3. To recognise the different imaging patterns in stroke and their
prognostic value.
16:30
A-481 B. Detecting microhaemorrhages: why are they
important? What are they? Should we use GRE T2* or
SWI or both?
H.R. Jäger; London/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the basic physics of the two sequences.
2. To understand the role of both sequences in stroke and other
disorders.
3. To recognise imaging patterns that may mimic stroke clinically and
radiologically.
17:00
A-482 C. Cerebral perfusion studies in cerebrovascular disease:
techniques, indications and applications
P.M. Parizel; Antwerp/BE
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand how imaging can help select patients for treatment of
acute ischaemic stroke.
2. To show the importance of collateral flow in ischaemic patients.
3. To explain the actual EBM treating patients with acute ischaemic
stroke.
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Learning Objectives:
1. To search for economies of scale, developing closer collaboration and
possible merging.
2. To promote comprehensive and customised service offers.
3. To rethink the role of each category of staff and develop collaborative
care.
4. To focus on the need for long-term goals and innovative policies.
5. To appreciate that investments on quality systems are a source of
direct and indirect income.
Interventional radiology:
tumour ablation
Postgraduate Educational Programme
16:00–17:30
Room M 1
17:15
EuroSafe Imaging Session
EuroSafe 3 Joint Session of the ESR and HERCA:
the new EU-BSS Directive - a step
forward to patient safety
16:00
A-483/A-484 Chairmen’s introduction
Discussion:
Regulators’ vs practitioners’ perspective:
two sides of the same coin
16:00–17:30
E3 - ECR Master Classes (Vascular)
E3 1226a
G. Frija1, S. Ebdon-Jackson2; 1Paris/FR, 2Didcot/UK
Session Objectives:
1. To provide information about the radiation protection legislation in
Europe.
2. To provide an overview of the revised EU-BSS Directive.
3. To address important new and additional requirements, to provide
the status quo of the transposition, and to develop a common
understanding.
16:04
A-485 Overview of EU radiation protection legislation
J. Griebel; Neuherberg/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the radiation protection legislation in Europe.
2. To understand the interrelation with other pieces of EU legislation
relevant for medical imaging.
3. To understand the basic framework of the revised EU-BSS Directive
with respect to medical exposures.
16:19
A-486 Regulators’ expectations
S. Ebdon-Jackson; Didcot/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the need for meaningful justification of exposures
prior to them taking place.
2. To understand the relative roles of the referring physician and the
imaging specialist in the justification process for exposures.
3. To appreciate the factors that may require reporting of accidental
or unintended events to the regulator when the additional dose to
individuals may not be clinically significant.
16:39
A-487 Tools to support implementation of the BSS Directive:
ESR perspective
G. Frija; Paris/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To detail the current ESR potential.
2. To highlight the difficulty of the task.
3. To give some proposals.
16:51
A-488 Tools to support implementation of the BSS Directive:
medical physicists’ perspective
J. Damilakis; Iraklion/GR
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the role of the Medical Physics Expert (MPE) in the
EU-BSS Directive.
2. To understand the main points of the BSS Directive and their
relevance for Medical Physicists.
3. To understand how the EU-BSS may influence European Medical
Physicists’ professional lives.
17:03
A-489 Tools to support implementation of the BSS Directive:
radiographers’ perspective
Room M 2
Interventional radiology for deep
venous thrombosis (DVT): ready for
prime time?
Moderator: J.I. Bilbao; Pamplona/ES
16:00
A-490 A. Imaging of DVT
P. Haage; Wuppertal/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn imaging techniques for diagnostic assessment.
2. To understand the indication and role of each modality.
3. To appreciate how imaging helps therapy planning.
16:30
A-491 B. Declotting in the emergency room: why not?
R. de Graaf; Maastricht/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn the latest evidence base for endovascular therapy of DVT.
2. To understand the management of acute DVT in 2016.
3. To appreciate the impact of endovascular therapy.
17:00
A-492 C. Filter indications 2016: new oral anticoagulants and
other developments
M.J. Lee; Dublin/IE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn an update on the role of inferior vena cava (IVC) filters in
2016.
2. To understand the criteria for failed medical therapy in 2016.
3. To understand best IVC filter practice.
16:00–17:30
Room M 3
E3 - ECR Master Classes (Paediatric)
E3 1226b
Expanding horizons in paediatric
imaging
Moderator: S. Franchi-Abella; Le Kremlin-Bicêtre/FR
16:00
A-493 A. Elastography in paediatrics
M. Anooshiravani-Dumont; Geneva/CH
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the basic principles.
2. To learn about clinical applications.
3. To discuss limitations and potentials.
16:30
A-494 B. Diffusion-weighted imaging: toy or solution?
P.D. Humphries; London/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To discuss peculiarities of diffusion-weighted acquisition in children.
2. To demonstrate clinical applications.
3. To discuss perspectives and limitations.
C. Vandulek1, S.J. Foley2; 1Kaposvár/HU, 2Dublin/IE
Learning Objectives:
1. To clarify the role of radiographers in the EU-BSS Directive.
2. To understand the challenges of implementation of the Directive at a
national level from the radiographers’ perspective.
3. To understand the importance of collaborative actions to enhance the
effective implementation of the Directive.
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A-495 C. Contrast-enhanced ultrasound in children
D. Kljucevsek; Ljubljana/SI
Learning Objectives:
1. To discuss safety issues.
2. To demonstrate technique and interpretation of contrast-enhanced
voiding cysto-urethro-sonography.
3. To discuss endovascular applications.
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Room M 4
E3 - ECR Master Classes
(Emergency Radiology)
E3 1226c
16:20
A-502 Teaching methods’ top tips: how you can capture and
maintain your students’ attention
C. Nyhsen; Sunderland/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To appreciate the wide variety of teaching methods available.
2. To learn how to relate these appropriately to the various settings in
which radiologists teach.
3. To understand how students’ interest is secured by innovative
teaching delivery.
4. To appreciate how learning can be reinforced through quizzes and
assessments.
Whole body CT in trauma patients
Moderator: H. Alkadhi; Zurich/CH
16:00
A-496 A. Improving the triage: which patients should undergo
whole-body CT (WBCT)?
D.R. Kool; Nijmegen/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To appreciate the evidence in the literature concerning the benefits of
WBCT in trauma.
2. To become aware of the disadvantage of WBCT in trauma patients.
3. To become familiar with the literature concerning the evidence-based
selection of patients who will or will not benefit from CT.
16:35
A-503 Online resources: how to find the best case material and
tutorials for your medical students
P. Pokieser; Vienna/AT
Learning Objectives:
1. To appreciate which freely available online resources exist.
2. To learn how online resources can be used in daily teaching.
3. To learn how e-learning resources can be created locally to make the
best use of teaching time and resources.
16:30
A-497 B. How can we improve our WBCT protocol?
B. Leidner; Ekerö/SE
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the evidence in literature concerning the
optimal scan protocol in trauma patients in regard to necessary scan
phases and contrast media protocols.
2. To appreciate the importance of radiation dose in patients
undergoing WBCT.
3. To become familiar with the possibilities of radiation dose reduction
in WBCT.
16:50
A-504 Using social media for undergraduate education: this
generation’s communication
N. Pyatigorskaya; Paris/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To be aware of the use of social media as e-learning tools.
2. To understand how to use media such as Facebook and Twitter to
keep abreast of learning trends and developments.
3. To understand how to follow social media accounts, by
demonstration.
17:00
A-498 C. Optimising the value of radiologists in trauma care
K.H. Nieboer; Brussels/BE
16:00–17:30
17:05
Panel discussion:
Teaching the undergraduate: in what ways is this similar
to teaching radiology to other groups and in what ways
does it differ?
Room M 5
Professional Challenges Session
PC 12b
How to become the undergraduate
teacher you always wanted to be
16:00
A-499/A-500 Chairmen’s introduction
S.J. Golding1, M. Maas2; 1Oxford/UK, 2Amsterdam/NL
Session Objectives:
1. To understand how radiology teaching needs to be modified to suit
the undergraduate.
2. To understand how undergraduates’ interest is enhanced by
appropriate learning objectives and novel delivery methods.
3. To appreciate how undergraduate study embraces modern media.
16:05
A-501 The undergraduate curriculum: how to get the balance
right
B. Ertl-Wagner; Munich/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand that undergraduate learning is directed to what they
need to know.
2. To understand how learning objectives are defined to support
learning.
3. To learn the role of defining appropriate curricula in teaching
undergraduates.
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Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the surgeons’ need for fast and accurate
information on imaging findings in trauma patients.
2. To recognise imaging findings that influence management decisions
in trauma patients.
3. To optimise the timely communication of imaging findings in
relation to patient management priorities.
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08:30–10:00 Room C
E3 - ECR Academies:
Interactive Teaching Sessions
E3 - ECR Academies:
Modern Imaging in Colorectal Cancer
E3 1321
E3 1318
MR imaging in sports medicine I
08:30
A-505 A. Muscle injury in sports
M.G. Mack; Munich/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the anatomy of the most common injured muscles.
2. To learn the evaluation of muscle injuries and the impact regarding
recovery.
09:15
A-506 B. Knee trauma
M.O. De Maeseneer; Brussels/BE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn the anatomy of the most common injured structures.
2. To recognise typical combinations of injuries.
08:30–10:00 Room B
Abdominal Viscera
RC 1301
IgG4-related disease: what is it and
what do I need to know?
08:30
A-507 Chairman’s introduction
S.A. Jackson; Plymouth/UK
Session Objective:
1. To briefly introduce this multi facet disorders that may involve
several organs and represent a diagnostic challenge.
08:35
A-508 A. Pancreatic manifestations
Colon cancer: staging and restaging of
local disease
Moderator: P. Lefere; Roeselare/BE
08:30
A-511 A. Computed tomography for staging
E. Rollven; Stockholm/SE
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the rationale behind local staging of colon cancer.
2. To learn how to assess and report imaging findings.
3. To become familiar with assessment challenges.
09:00
A-512 B. Imaging for restaging after neoadjuvant treatment
M. Maas; Maastricht/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the rationale behind local restaging of colon cancer.
2. To learn how to assess and report imaging findings.
3. To become familiar with assessment challenges.
09:30
A-513 C. Assessment of vasculature prior to laparoscopic
resection
A. Laghi; Latina/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand CT protocols for angiography.
2. To understand colon vascular anatomy and variants.
3. To learn about radiological demonstration of surgically relevant
findings.
08:30–10:00 Room Z
Special Focus Session
R. Pozzi-Mucelli; Verona/IT
08:58
A-509 B. Hepatobiliary manifestations
M. Ronot; Clichy/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To describe clinical, biological presentation and morphological
and functional imaging findings for the diagnosis of IgG4-related
cholangitis.
2. To discuss the role of imaging to avoid unnecessary invasive
diagnostic and/or therapeutic procedures.
3. To discuss the diagnostic criteria to differentiate IgG4-related
cholangitis from other causes of cholangitis and biliary cancer.
09:21
A-510 C. Systemic manifestations
G. Morana; Treviso/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To describe extra-pancreatic and extra-biliary manifestation of IgG4related disease.
2. To describe the imaging findings of the most common extrapancreatic and extra-biliary organ involvement.
3. To discuss the role of “whole body” imaging modality for the
diagnosis and the follow up of IgG4-related systemic disease.
SF 13a
MR/PET: role in oncology
08:30
A-514 Chairman’s introduction
G. Cook; London/UK
Session Objectives:
1. To understand the principles of MR/PET in oncological imaging.
2. To understand the strengths and weaknesses of MR/PET in
oncological applications.
3. To understand the level of evidence existing for the clinical use of
MR/PET in head and neck, prostate and GI cancers.
Saturday
Learning Objectives:
1. To describe clinical and biological presentation of IgG4-related
pancreatitis.
2. To describe morphological and functional (DWI, PET/CT, etc.)
imaging features of IgG4-related pancreatitis.
3. To identify imaging findings for the differential diagnosis with
other solid pancreatic lesions, i.e. pancreatic cancer, and to avoid
unnecessary invasive therapeutic procedures.
08:32
A-515 Principles and possibilities of MR/PET
A. Kjaer; Copenhagen/DK
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the principles of MR/PET in oncological imaging.
2. To understand the strengths and weaknesses of MR/PET in
oncological applications.
3. To understand possible future oncological applications of MR/PET.
08:52
A-516 MR/PET: imaging head and neck cancer
S. Bisdas; London/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the strengths and weaknesses of MR/PET in head and
neck cancer imaging.
2. To understand the level of evidence existing for the clinical use of
MR/PET in head and neck cancer.
3. To understand possible future applications of MR/PET in head and
neck cancer.
Panel discussion:
09:44 Tips and tricks in clinical practice
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A-517 MR/PET: imaging prostate cancer
A.J. Beer; Ulm/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the strengths and weaknesses of MR/PET in prostate
cancer imaging.
2. To understand the level of evidence existing for the clinical use of
MR/PET in prostate cancer.
3. To understand possible future applications of MR/PET in prostate
cancer.
09:32
A-518 MR/PET: imaging of GI cancer
V.J. Goh; London/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the strengths and weaknesses of MR/PET in GI
cancer.
2. To understand the level of evidence existing for the clinical use of
MR/PET in GI cancers.
3. To understand possible future applications of MR/PET in GI cancer.
Panel discussion:
09:52 Which clinical indications have enough evidence for
routine MR/PET rather than PET/CT?
08:30–10:00 Room O
Paediatric
RC 1312
Imaging children with cancer
08:30–10:00 Room N
Head and Neck
RC 1308
Pitfalls in interpretation of head and
neck disease
Moderator: J. Frühwald-Pallamar; Vienna/AT
08:30
A-522 A. Anatomical variants without clinical consequence
F.A. Pameijer; Utrecht/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To gain insight into the great variability of head and neck anatomy.
2. To be able to recognise pseudolesions.
09:00
A-523 B. Anatomical variants posing surgical risks
D. Farina; Brescia/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about structures at risk during functional endoscopic sinus
surgery (FESS).
2. To become familiar with vascular variants in the head and neck.
3. To appreciate surgical anatomical landmarks in the head and neck.
09:30
A-524 C. Distinct head and neck disease or systemic disease?
B.F. Schuknecht; Zurich/CH
Learning Objectives:
1. To recognise head and neck manifestations of systemic disease.
2. To categorise lesions into different pathologic entities.
Moderator: P. Tomà; Rome/IT
08:30
A-519 A. Imaging of abdominal masses at diagnosis: clues for
benignity vs malignancy
A.M.J.B. Smets; Amsterdam/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with clinical characteristics and imaging features
of a mass suggesting benignity.
2. To emphasise clinical and imaging manifestations of abdominal
malignancies.
3. To learn how to report according to international standards.
09:00
A-520 B. From whole body MRI to MR/PET
J. Schäfer; Tübingen/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand differences and pitfalls of whole body MRI and MR/
PET in children compared to adults.
2. To compare MR/PET to PET/CT.
3. To discuss the impact of whole body MRI and MR/PET.
09:30
A-521 C. Imaging of complications of therapy
K. McHugh; London/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with short- and long-term complications of
therapy.
2. To understand complications of surgery, radiotherapy and drug
toxicity.
3. To emphasise the effects of immunosuppression in children
undergoing chemotherapy.
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Genitourinary
RC 1307
Lessons I learned from mistakes in
kidney and adrenal imaging
08:30
A-525 Chairman’s introduction
S. Dudea; Cluj-Napoca/RO
Session Objectives:
1. To understand RECIST criteria of kidney tumours in light of
molecular medicine and functional imaging.
2. To learn about pitfalls and challenges in kidney and adrenal imaging.
08:35
A-526 A. Renal cancer
T. Bäuerle; Erlangen/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To differentiate the most relevant subtypes of renal cell carcinoma
using morphologic and functional imaging techniques.
2. To learn about multiparametric CT and MRI methods for
discriminate (fat-poor) angiomyolipoma and renal cell carcinoma.
3. To become familiar with the management of complex cysts.
08:58
A-527 B. PET/CT in nephrourology
P.A.T. Baltzer; Vienna/AT
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with appropriate use of PET/CT method in
pathological entities of nephrourology.
2. To learn about the basic and advanced imaging findings of PET/CT
in nephrourology.
3. To become familiar with the common sources of mistakes in PET/CT
in the area of nephrourology.
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09:21
A-528 C. Common mistakes in tumour percutaneous
radiofrequency ablation
09:25
A-534 Satisfaction assessment of patient users of an imaging
department: an example from the south of France
J.-M. Correas, C. Delavaud, O. Hélénon; Paris/FR
D.-G. Carrié; Toulouse/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To describe adrenal and renal ablation techniques to avoid mistakes.
2. To learn what to look for before and during ablation to avoid
mistakes.
3. To learn what to look for after adrenal and renal ablation to detect
mistakes.
Learning Objectives:
1. To present our experience of satisfaction assessment of patients of a
medical imaging department, over a period of 8 years.
2. To show that this kind of regularly practised feedback evaluation
allows us to identify possible failures, alert the medical and
paramedical staff, and to try to remedy them in an appropriate way.
3. To show that the implementation of this kind of questionnaire is
simple and allows us to refocus our practices around the expectations
of our patients.
Panel discussion:
09:44 How to manage small lesions of the kidneys incidentally
detected in abdominal imaging
08:30–10:00 Room L8
Panel discussion:
09:40 Question to the audience: does your department
perform well in patient-centred care? Is it really all about
the patient?
ESR Patient Advisory Group (ESR-PAG)
ESR-PAG 1 Patient-centred care in clinical
radiology: do we really put our patients
first?
08:30
A-529 Chairmen’s introduction
N. Bedlington1, P. Cavanagh2; 1Vienna/AT, 2Taunton/UK
Session Objectives:
1. To follow up on the introduction of the ‘driver diagram’, a framework
for delivering patient-centred care in radiology, presented during the
ECR 2015.
2. To explore concrete examples of best practice of implementing
patient-centred care in the radiology department and how these
might be replicated.
3. To understand how the ESR is embedding patient-centred care in
audit and standards.
08:40
A-531 Implementing the ‘driver diagram’ on patient-centred
care
P. Cavanagh; Taunton/UK
08:55
A-532 View of a patient representative from the neurological
disease area
D. Walsh; Dublin/IE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn how implementing the ‘driver diagram’ can help the
radiology department to become really patient-centred but that they
could use some help from the same patients to reach their objectives.
2. To learn that implementing the diver diagram in their department
will be a step-by-step process that can be monitored by patients.
09:10
A-533 View of a patient with prostate cancer
E. Briers; Hasselt/BE
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand that procedures as from the implementation of the
‘driver diagram’ should become a continuous process of quality
improvement.
2. To understand that implementing the ‘driver diagram’ will sometimes
require a change of attitude and personal perspective to bring the
patient to the forefront instead of the radiology procedures.
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SF 13b
Cholangiocarcinoma: an update
08:30
A-535 Chairman’s introduction
R. Manfredi; Verona/IT
Session Objectives:
1. To illustrate diagnostic imaging findings of cholangiocarcinoma
helpful in the diagnosis and in the differential diagnosis of
cholangiocarcinoma.
2. To illustrate diagnostic imaging findings helpful for treatment
planning.
3. To understand indication and technique of interventional radiology
for palliative treatment.
08:35
A-536 Classification of cholangiocellular carcinoma (CCC)
C. Cantwell; Dublin/IE
Learning Objectives:
1. To illustrate classification of cholangiocellular carcinoma.
2. To become familiar with available therapeutic options according to
the type of cholangiocarcinoma.
3. To become familiar with prognostic implication according to the type
of cholangiocarcinoma.
08:50
A-537 Imaging in mass-forming intrahepatic (IH) type
F. Caseiro-Alves; Coimbra/PT
Learning Objectives:
1. To illustrate diagnostic imaging findings of mass forming
cholangiocarcinoma.
2. To learn about diagnostic imaging findings useful for the differential
diagnosis of cholangiocarcinoma.
3. To learn the surgical landmarks helpful in treatment planning.
09:05
A-538 Diagnostic assessment of periductal/infiltrating and
intraductal-growing types: the view of the diagnostic
radiologist
R. Kloeckner; Mainz/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To illustrate diagnostic imaging findings of periductal/infiltrating and
intraductal-growing types of cholangiocarcinoma.
2. To learn about diagnostic imaging findings useful for the differential
diagnosis of cholangiocarcinoma.
3. To learn the surgical landmarks helpful in treatment planning.
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Learning Objectives:
1. To explore the implementation of the driver diagram for delivering
patient-centred care in radiology.
2. To understand the need for balance between professional
responsibility and patient autonomy.
3. To become familiar with methods and examples of good practice and
on how to improve the patient-doctor relationship.
08:30–10:00 Room E1
Postgraduate Educational Programme
09:20
A-539 Diagnostic assessment of periductal/infiltrating and
intraductal-growing types: the view of the interventional
radiologist
S. Terraz; Geneva/CH
Learning Objectives:
1. To illustrate diagnostic imaging findings of periductal/infiltrating and
intraductal-growing types of cholangiocarcinoma.
2. To learn about diagnostic imaging findings useful for the differential
diagnosis of cholangiocarcinoma.
3. To illustrate criteria useful for planning a radiological interventional
procedure.
09:35
A-540 Therapeutic role of interventional radiology in
unresectable patients
G. Carrafiello; Varese/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To illustrate diagnostic imaging findings of periductal/infiltrating and
intraductal-growing types of cholangiocarcinoma.
2. To learn about diagnostic imaging findings useful for the differential
diagnosis of cholangiocarcinoma.
3. To illustrate criteria useful for planning a radiological interventional
procedure.
Panel discussion:
09:50 Can we improve diagnosis and treatment of
cholangiocarcinoma?
08:30–10:00 Room E2
Special Focus Session
SF 13c
Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
(NAFLD)
08:30
A-541 Chairman’s introduction: Defining the clinical problem
C. Bartolozzi; Pisa/IT
Session Objectives:
1. To learn about the clinical relevance of NAFLD and potential
evolution towards NASH.
2. To become familiar with the role of imaging modalities in the
detection and quantification of the different pathological elements.
3. To understand the incidence/risk of HCC development and its early
detection.
08:35
A-542 Imaging in diagnosing and quantifying liver fat
V. Vilgrain, M. Ronot, A. Faccinato, B. Leporcq, B.E. Van Beers;
Clichy/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the respective value of imaging modalities in
diagnosing liver steatosis.
2. To become familiar with the most recent MR sequences for
quantifying liver steatosis.
3. To learn the results and limitations of detecting NASH through
imaging.
09:00
A-543 Imaging in diagnosing and staging liver fibrosis
L. Martí-Bonmatí; Valencia/ES
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the biological background, clinical importance and
therapeutic implications of early detection of liver fibrosis.
2. To discuss the current status of quantitative imaging evaluation of
liver fibrosis.
3. To summarise new and future prospects for novel imaging tools for
the qualitative assessment of fibrosis.
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A-544 Early detection of HCC
T. Denecke; Berlin/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the potential and technical prerequisites of the
available imaging techniques for early detection of HCC.
2. To become familiar with the appearance of HCC and its precursors in
diagnostic imaging.
3. To get an overview of the current recommendations and guidelines
for early detection of HCC.
Panel discussion:
09:50 How to manage the surveillance of the population at risk
08:30–10:00 Room F1
E3 - European Diploma Prep Sessions
E3 1323
Cardiac and vascular
08:30
A-545 Chairman’s introduction
R. Vliegenthart; Groningen/NL
Session Objectives:
1. To understand the basic principles and techniques of cardiovascular
imaging including CT and MRI of the heart and great vessels.
2. To become familiar with the imaging presentations of disorders of the
endocardium, the pericardium and the cardiac valves.
3. To understand the MR imaging presentation of disorders of the
myocardium.
08:33
A-546 A. Cardiovascular imaging: the basics
M. Gutberlet; Leipzig/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the anatomy, normal variants and abnormalities of the
heart and great vessels.
2. To describe the technical aspects and methodology of cardiac and
vascular CT.
3. To describe the technical aspects and methodology of cardiac and
vascular MRI.
09:02
A-547 B. Cardiovascular imaging: valves, endocardium and aorta
C. Loewe; Vienna/AT
Learning Objectives:
1. To recognise the imaging presentation of the different forms of
valvular disease.
2. To understand the causes and imaging presentations of endocarditis.
3. To describe the diagnostic evaluation and imaging presentation of
common diseases of the great vessels, including aortic dissection and
aneurysms.
09:31
A-548 C. Cardiovascular imaging: myocardium and pericardium
J. Bogaert; Leuven/BE
Learning Objectives:
1. To describe the diagnostic evaluation and imaging presentation of
ischaemic heart disease.
2. To understand the diagnostic evaluation and imaging presentation of
myocarditis.
3. To become familiar with the causes and imaging presentations of
pericardial effusion.
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Breast
08:54
A-554 Where is the proper place for fast FAST (focused
assessment with sonography for trauma)?
H. Alkadhi; Zurich/CH
RC 1302
Tailoring breast cancer screening to risk
level
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the role of emergency ultrasound.
2. To become familiar with indications and protocol of FAST
examination.
3. To learn about typical, alert findings.
Moderator: R. Pijnappel; Utrecht/NL
08:30
A-549 A. Calculating, using and improving individual risk
estimates
S.W. Duffy; London/UK
09:13
A-555 Missed lesions in trauma patients: the Damocles’ sword
R. Basilico; Chieti/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To know the different models for risk evaluation.
2. To understand the limitations of risk modelling for predicting the
individual risk.
3. To appreciate the potential applications of risk modelling for tailoring
breast cancer screening.
09:00
A-550 B. Intermediate risk: the grey zone
S.H. Heywang-Köbrunner; Munich/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with limitations in emergency imaging.
2. To learn about the most common fatal missed injuries in polytrauma
patients.
3. To understand the methods for avoiding misdiagnosis in polytrauma
imaging.
09:32
A-556 Geriatric trauma: what is different?
E. Dick; London/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the concept of increased breast cancer risk.
2. To discuss the role of breast density in relation to cancer risk.
3. To evaluate the evidence in favour of intensive screening protocols in
women at intermediate risk.
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with limitations in emergency imaging.
2. To learn about the most common fatal missed injuries in polytrauma
patients.
3. To understand the methods for avoiding misdiagnosis in polytrauma
imaging.
09:30
A-551 C. High risk: MRI alone?
F. Sardanelli; San Donato Milanese/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To appreciate the evidence in favour of MRI for screening high-risk
women in terms of diagnostic performance and patient outcome.
2. To become aware of the value of MRI alone for screening women
with high-risk genes.
3. To become aware of the need for using mammography as an adjunct
to MRI when screening women who have had previous thoracic
radiation therapy.
09:51
Panel discussion:
How is the role of the radiologist changing in the
management of trauma patients?
08:30–10:00 Room D2
Radiographers
RC 1314
Enhancing research in radiography:
a change of culture
08:30–10:00 Room D1
Special Focus Session
08:30
A-557/A-558 Chairmen’s introduction
J. McNulty1, I.M. Björkman-Burtscher2; 1Dublin/IE, 2Lund/SE
SF 13d
08:30
A-552 Chairman’s introduction
M. Stajgis; Poznan/PL
Session Objectives:
1. To understand the impact of modern diagnostic imaging on
management of trauma patients.
2. To become familiar with limitations in emergency imaging in
different clinical settings.
3. To recognise the position of the radiologist in the polytrauma
emergency team.
08:35
A-553 ‘When time is gold’: whole-body CT in polytrauma
patients
S. Wirth; Munich/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the impact of imaging findings on patient
management.
2. To learn the accepted protocols in polytrauma CT imaging.
3. To become familiar with the most common typical and atypical
imaging findings.
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Session Objectives:
1. To offer recent updates on radiography research initiatives on a
European level.
2. To discuss the use of a formal mentoring scheme in improving
radiography research capacity.
3. To propose methods for improving evidence-based practice in
radiography.
Saturday
Severe trauma patients: myths, realities
and future
08:35
A-559 A. Radiography research updates: new collaborations
and initiatives in Europe
J. McNulty; Dublin/IE
Learning Objectives:
1. To appreciate the importance and necessity of evidence-based
practice.
2. To outline the potential for research collaborations between
radiographers both nationally and at European level to broaden the
evidence base and enhance the reputation of the profession.
3. To identify practical measures for developing new collaborations and
initiatives, using current examples from Europe and beyond.
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08:58
A-560 B. FoRRM: a Formal Radiography Research Mentorship
scheme as an instrument for change
09:00
A-566 B. Don’t forget the facet joints and posterior elements
L. van den Hauwe, J.W. Van Goethem, M. Faure, T. Van Den Wyngaert,
J. Huyskens, F. De Belder, C. Venstermans, P.M. Parizel; Antwerp/BE
C. Malamateniou; London/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the importance of research in developing the
radiography profession.
2. To become familiar with research mentorship schemes as a method
of disseminating knowledge, enhancing research capacity and quality
and informing evidence based practice.
3. To discuss the practicalities, challenges and opportunities emerging
from a dedicated national formal radiography research mentorship
scheme in the UK and its feasibility and potential in a European
perspective.
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the anatomy of the facet joints and the
posterior elements.
2. To understand the pathophysiological principle underlying the
degenerative changes of these structures.
3. To appreciate the effect of these changes on the therapeutic approach.
09:30
A-567 C. What to say and not to say in your report
M.M. Thurnher; Vienna/AT
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the legal value of a report.
2. To demonstrate how detailed a report should be.
3. To understand the importance of a clinical information and the
relevance of assessing previous examinations.
09:21
A-561 C. Translating research evidence into clinical practice
G. Paulo; Coimbra/PT
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the barriers and enablers to translating research
evidence into clinical practice.
2. To provide guidance on how radiographers can lead change and
ensure best practices are in place.
3. To be aware of useful tools for collaboration and dissemination of
research evidence (e.g. EFRS Radiography Research Network).
Panel discussion:
09:44 Research: the key to advancing the profession of
radiography?
08:30–10:00 Room K
10:30–12:00
E3 - ECR Academies:
Interactive Teaching Sessions
E3 1421
D. Farina; Brescia/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the anatomy.
2. To understand the most common lesions and their differential
diagnosis.
Musculoskeletal: trauma
08:30
A-562 Shoulder
M. Zanetti; Zurich/CH
Skull base lesions
10:30
A-568 A. Imaging of the cavernous sinus and the anterior skull
base
E3 - Rising Stars Programme
Basic Session 4:
Room A
11:15
A-569 B. Imaging of the central skull base
D.-A. Varoquaux; Marseille/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the anatomy.
2. To understand the most common lesions and their differential
diagnosis.
09:00
A-563 Knee
K. Verstraete; Ghent/BE
09:30
A-564 Ankle
J. Kramer; Linz/AT
10:30–12:00
Room B
ESR meets Japan
08:30–10:00 Room G
Neuro
RC 1311
EM 2
State-of-the-art radiology
Welcome by the ESR President:
L. Donoso; Barcelona/ES
Reporting the degenerative lumbar
spine
Presiding:
K. Riklund; Umea/SE
H. Honda; Fukuoka/JP
Moderator: D. Zlatareva; Plovdiv/BG
08:30
A-565 A. Disc nomenclature: how I make my report
J. Rankine; Leeds/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the different nomenclatures in degenerative
disc disease and their anatomic substrates.
2. To learn how to differentiate between the different types of disc
disease.
3. To appreciate how the different types of degenerative disc diseases
determine the therapeutic approach.
10:30
A-570 Introduction: Radiology today in Japan
H. Honda; Fukuoka/JP
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the organisation of radiology in Japan.
2. To review the up-to-date radiology in neuro, chest, and abdomen.
3. To learn about Japanese radiology and culture through photographs.
4. To express appreciation to the ESR for inviting Japan to meet the ESR.
10:35
A-571 State-of-the-art of neuroimaging
S. Aoki; Tokyo/JP
Learning Objectives:
1. To have an overview of recent techniques of neuroimaging.
2. To learn about differential diagnoses of DWI abnormalities.
3. To learn fundamentals of advanced diffusion analysis beyond DTI.
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10:55
A-572 Interlude: Radiologists’ intermission: refreshing photostream on our beautiful country (I)
11:30
A-578 Intestinal ischaemia: key points for the radiologist
R. Grassi; Naples/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand that mesenteric ischaemia is not an isolated clinical
entity, but a complex of diseases that includes occlusive forms, nonocclusive forms and reperfusion damage after ischaemia.
2. To appreciate that radiological findings vary widely according to
the underlying pathophysiology and the phase of damage, even if in
some conditions they can overlap showing similar features.
3. To become familiar with radiological findings that may help to
distinguish between the different forms of ischaemia, since a correct
and early etiological diagnosis is crucial to plan the therapeutic
approaches.
Y. Miki; Osaka/JP
11:00
A-573 Advanced liver imaging: improving treatment decisions
T. Murakami; Osaka/JP
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the advanced liver imaging techniques.
2. To understand how to use multimodality fusion imaging of US, CT
and MRI for treatment of liver tumour.
3. To become familiar with advanced liver imaging of US, CT and MRI.
11:20
A-574 Interlude: Radiologists’ intermission: refreshing photostream on our beautiful country (II)
T. Taoka; Nagoya/JP
11:25
A-575 Diagnostic imaging of thymic tumours
10:30–12:00
Room N
Computer Applications
RC 1405
Will the good old PACS disappear?
N. Tomiyama; Osaka/JP
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with major types of thymic tumours and WHO
histological classification of thymoma.
2. To learn about imaging findings of thymic tumours including CT,
MRI, and PET.
3. To understand how to use CT, MRI, and PET in the diagnosis of
thymic tumours.
Panel discussion:
Always be a pioneer: state-of-the-art technologies from
Japan
11:45
10:30
A-579 Chairman’s introduction
D. Regge; Turin/IT
Session Objectives:
1. To explain when and how to replace PACS.
2. To provide insight on how to improve interconnectivity and
information sharing in medicine.
3. To envisage the role of off-site archiving solutions in radiology.
10:35
A-580 A. It’s time for PACS replacement: how-to guide,
recommendations and pitfalls
S. Morozov; Moscow/RU
10:30–12:00
Room O
Learning Objectives:
1. To explain why and when PACS should be replaced.
2. To provide recommendations for PACS replacement and risk
assessment analysis including image migration issues.
3. To give a practical example of how PACS is replaced in a large health
facility or region.
RTF - Radiology Trainees Forum
TF 1
Highlighted Lectures
Moderators: M. Basta-Nikolic; Novi Sad/RS,
D. Berritto; Naples/IT
10:30
A-576 Imaging of prostate cancer
10:58
A-581 B. Enterprise-based vendor-neutral archiving: is this the
future of PACS?
J. Fernandez-Bayó; Sabadell/ES
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about imaging modalities used for the detection of
prostate cancer, as well as imaging-guided procedures used for its
histopathological verification.
2. To become familiar with current protocols and ways of performing
these examinations.
3. To learn the typical presentation of prostate cancer on different
imaging modalities, together with the most common differential
diagnoses.4. To point out pearls and pitfalls of prostate cancer
imaging.
Learning Objectives:
1. To provide a definition of vendor-neutral archiving and describe its
key features.
2. To discuss the role of vendor-neutral archiving in archiving and
sharing information from different medical specialties.
3. To describe hurdles along the path to fully implementing enterprise
bases’ vendor-neutral archiving systems.
11:21
A-582 C. Does PACS into the cloud means PACS evaporates?
J. Schillebeeckx; Knokke/BE
Learning Objectives:
1. To explain the concept of cloud archiving and its advantages.
2. To address limitations and risks of cloud PACS solutions.
3. To give insight on future developments of cloud technology.
11:00
A-577 Rectal cancer: tips for a better staging
L. Curvo-Semedo; Coimbra/PT
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand how to perform an optimal MR examination for
staging rectal cancer with emphasis on the most important technical
issues.
2. To become familiar with the main difficulties in diagnosis and staging
of rectal cancer, and to understand the role of MRI in solving them.
3. To learn about the added value of functional imaging modalities in
rectal cancer staging.
4. To understand how to report primary staging MR imaging findings.
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11:44
Panel discussion:
How will increased interconnection affect radiologists’
day-to-day life?
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10:30–12:00
Room L8
10:30–12:00
Room F1
ESR Patient Advisory Group (ESR-PAG)
E3 - European Diploma Prep Sessions
ESR-PAG 2 Mind the gap - data-sharing for better
patient outcomes - the key issues for
patients and the radiology community
E3 1423
10:30
A-583/A-584 Chairmen’s introduction
N. Bedlington1, B. Brkljačić2; 1Vienna/AT, 2Zagreb/HR
Session Objectives:
1. To understand the importance of eHealth and interoperability,
particularly in the era of big data, etc.
2. To understand the legal challenges and issues with regards to data
protection and the patient’s perspective.
3. To learn how the proposed data protection legislation potentially
affects health research.
10:40
A-585 eHealth, EHR and data protection: friend or foe?
P. Mildenberger; Mainz/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about different concepts and implementations of eHealthSolutions throughout Europe.
2. To appreciate advantages and opportunities of data-sharing.
3. To understand risks of EHR & eHealth and learn how IT and
legislation could help.
10:55
A-586 View of a patient representative from the Pelvic Pain
Support Network
J. Birch; Poole/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the key concerns for patients.
2. To explore whether the needs of patients can be reconciled with those
of radiologists and researchers.
11:10
A-587 View of a patient with prostate cancer
E. Briers; Hasselt/BE
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand that the outcome for a patient depends on the
collaboration and data sharing between all the medical professionals
that are taking care of the patient.
2. To explore that diagnostic data become more relevant and important
both for patients (future patients) and clinicians if diagnostic data
are linked to the outcome data to allow clinicians to improve the
diagnostic questions in relation to a given disease-pathology.
3. To understand that patients are willing to share their data and images
to improve the fate of future patients, especially for patients suffering
from serious life threatening diseases like cancer.
11:25
A-588 Big data in radiology: how will it enhance personalised
medicine?
H.-U. Kauczor; Heidelberg/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the main features of personalised medicine.
2. To appreciate the value of imaging biomarkers for personalised
medicine.
3. To learn how to exploit big data in radiology.
11:40
Panel discussion:
Big data = big issues?
Head and neck
10:30
A-589 Chairman’s introduction
M.G. Mack; Munich/DE
Session Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the anatomy and imaging presentation of
the most common disorders of the temporal bone and skull base.
2. To understand the imaging presentation of common inflammatory
and neoplastic disorders of the nose, paranasal sinuses and
nasopharynx.
3. To describe the typical imaging features of the most common
neoplastic disorders of the oral cavity, oropharynx, hypopharynx and
larynx.
10:33
A-590 A. Temporal bone and skull base
A. Trojanowska; Lublin/PL
Learning Objectives:
1. To differentiate the anatomy, normal variants and congenital
disorders of the temporal bone.
2. To understand the causes and imaging features of hearing and
vestibular disorders.
3. To describe the imaging presentation of the most common tumours
of the skull base.
11:02
A-591 B. Nose, paranasal sinuses and nasopharynx
C. Czerny; Vienna/AT
Learning Objectives:
1. To describe the anatomy and normal variants of the nose, paranasal
sinuses and nasopharynx.
2. To differentiate the imaging features of acute and chronic
inflammatory changes of the nose and paranasal sinuses.
3. To understand the imaging features of benign and malignant
tumours of the nose, paranasal sinuses and nasopharynx.
11:31
A-592 C. Oral cavity, oro- and hypopharynx and larynx
M. Becker; Geneva/CH
Learning Objectives:
1. To describe the normal imaging anatomy of the oral cavity,
oropharynx, hypopharynx and larynx.
2. To understand the imaging features of tumours of the oral cavity and
oropharynx.
3. To describe the imaging features of tumours of the hypopharynx.
4. To understand the imaging features of tumours of the larynx.
10:30–12:00
Room K
E3 - Rising Stars Programme
Basic Session 5:
Neuroradiology: spine
10:30
A-593 Anatomy and congenital disorders
A. Rossi; Genoa/IT
11:00
A-594 Tumours
M.M. Thurnher; Vienna/AT
11:30
A-595 Degenerative disease of the spine
M. Sasiadek; Wroclaw/PL
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Room A
13:30–15:30
Room Z
Plenary Session
EIBIR Session
HL 3
EIBIR 4
Sven-Ivar Seldinger Honorary Lecture
Presiding: K. Riklund; Umeå/SE
12:15
A-596 Imaging and micronavigation: time to redraw the map?
S. Holmin; Stockholm/SE
12:30–13:30
Room B
E3 - The Beauty of Basic Knowledge:
Breast Imaging
E3 24D
Ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS):
small tumour but big problem
Moderator: J. Camps Herrero; Valencia/ES
12:30
A-597 Ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS): small tumour but big
problem
G. Forrai; Budapest/HU
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the differences between DCIS and invasive ductal
carcinoma (IDC) in terms of pathology and imaging and the clinical
implications thereof.
2. To learn the semiologic gamut of DCIS in the different techniques.
3. To know how to stage DCIS.
12:30–13:30
Room D1
E3 - The Beauty of Basic Knowledge:
Chest Imaging
E3 25D
Measurements in chest radiology
Moderator: N. Howarth; Chêne-Bougeries/CH
12:30
A-598 A. Heart and great vessels: how, why, when?
Learning Objectives:
1. To review the most useful measurements on cross-sectional imaging
of the heart and great vessels.
2. To learn how to accurately perform these measurements.
3. To know when the measurements are of clinical importance.
13:00
A-599 B. Lung nodules: is volume better than size?
M. Prokop; Nijmegen/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To review the management of pulmonary nodules seen on CT.
2. To learn how to accurately perform the measurement of nodule
volume and size.
3. To know the limitations of the lung nodule measurement.
www.myESR.org
Moderator: Z.A. Taylor; Sheffield/UK
13:30
A-600 [email protected]: towards early, differential diagnosis of
dementia
A. Frangi; Barcelona/ES
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the objectives of this major European collaborative
project.
2. To understand how this project will enable earlier diagnosis of
dementia and improve our understanding of it.
13:40
A-601 Clinical platform for data-driven differential diagnostics
of cognitive disorders
M. van Gils, J. Mattila, J. Lötjönen, T. Urhemaa, A. Umer, A. Tolonen,
J. Koikkalainen; Tampere/FI
Learning Objectives:
1. To appreciate the challenge of developing a clinical support platform
for cognitive disorders.
2. To learn about the clinical decision support platform being developed
by the [email protected] project.
3. To understand how this platform will work in practice.
14:00
A-602 Shared research as a service platform for translating
research into clinical practice for dementia
S. Varma; Sheffield/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the implications of workflow for underlying
infrastructure.
2. To learn how the [email protected] will enable workflows to utilise
distributed date stores for scientific analysis.
3. To learn about the emerging scientific workflows and understand the
infrastructure in the context of [email protected] use cases.
14:20
A-603 In silico characterisation of white matter microstructure
using diffusion MRI
L. Beltrachini; Sheffield/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn how NMR is used to characterise white matter tissue.
2. To understand the numerical framework used in [email protected] for
dMRI simulations.
3. To learn about the construction of statistical computational models of
white matter microstructure.
14:40
A-604 Fluid transport in the ageing brain: an integrative
modelling approach
Y. Ventikos; London/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn what longitudinal population neuroimaging can bring to the
study of the brain.
2. To learn about the models being developed in the [email protected]
project.
3. To appreciate the possible applications of the models in early and
differential diagnosis of dementia.
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The [email protected] Project: delivering
a clinical decision support platform for
earlier dementia diagnosis
Postgraduate Educational Programme
15:00
A-605 Phenomenological modelling and the RSS
14:43
A-611 Sore throat
W.J. Niessen; Rotterdam/NL
D. Farina; Brescia/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand how [email protected] develops models of the ageing
brain.
2. To learn about the possible application of the models in early and
differential diagnosis of dementia.
3. To appreciate the link between genetic and environmental factors and
the brain model.
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the causes of sore throat.
2. To get acquainted with pattern of spread of infections.
3. To understand the risk of tumour.
15:03
A-612 Lumps of the infrahyoid neck
M.G. Mack; Munich/DE
15:20
Discussion
14:00–15:30
Room A
E3 - ECR Academies:
Interactive Teaching Sessions
E3 1521
Genitourinary and gastrointestinal
radiology
14:00
A-606 A. Prostate MRI using PI-RADS
H.C. Thoeny; Berne/CH
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn the clinical indications for prostate MRI.
2. To assess technical considerations for performance of multiparametric prostate MRI.
14:45
A-607 B. New aspects of renal tumours
N. Grenier; Bordeaux/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the different types and classifications of
renal tumours.
2. To understand the key imaging findings of the different tumours.
14:00–15:30
Room B
Special Focus Session
SF 15
Learning Objectives:
1. To choose the most appropriate imaging modality for neck lumps.
2. To review congenital neck masses.
3. To become familiar with acquired causes of neck swelling.
Head and neck radiology: from
symptoms to diagnosis
14:00
A-608 Chairman’s introduction
B. Verbist; Leiden/NL
Session Objectives:
1. To learn how to guide imaging approach and interpretation based on
symptoms.
2. To discuss clinical vs radiological differential diagnoses in common
ENT problems.
14:03
A-609 Tinnitus
M. Lemmerling; Ghent/BE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the clinical presentation of tinnitus.
2. To discuss the imaging algorithm for evaluation of tinnitus.
3. To get an overview of the differential diagnoses of tinnitus.
14:23
A-610 Stuffy and runny nose
S. Colley; Birmingham/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand imaging indications in case of rhinorrhea or nasal
obstruction.
2. To learn about sinonasal infections.
3. To appreciate the role of imaging in sinonasal tumours.
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Panel discussion:
To what extent do symptoms guide your imaging
approach and interpretation?
14:00–15:30
Room C
E3 - ECR Academies:
Modern Imaging in Colorectal Cancer
E3 1518
Colorectal cancer: synchronous and
metachronous metastases
Moderator: T.K. Helmberger; Munich/DE
14:00
A-613 A. Clinical management: what needs to be improved?
T. Holm; Stockholm/SE
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand how common distant metastases are in CRC.
2. To learn about current clinical management of metastatic disease.
3. To learn about approaches aiming at improving outcome.
14:30
A-614 B. Optimal diagnostic algorithm
A. Ba-Ssalamah; Vienna/AT
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the pre-treatment imaging algorithm for liver
metastases.
2. To learn about the role of MRI for detection of liver metastases.
3. To learn about alternative approaches and challenges.
15:00
A-615 C. PET/CT vs MR/PET: which and when?
P. Veit-Haibach; Zürich/CH
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the role of FDG PET/CT for staging of CRC.
2. To learn about the role of FDG PET/CT for restaging of CRC.
3. To become familiar with the possible role of MR/PET vs PET/CT.
14:00–15:30
Room O
E3 - ECR Master Classes
(Interventional Radiology)
E3 1526
Fire and ice outside the liver
14:00
A-616 Chairman’s introduction
M. Bezzi; Rome/IT
Session Objectives:
1. To learn about patient selection and evidence for ablation techniques
outside the liver.
2. To understand how to increase the safety of ablation outside the liver.
3. To learn about recent and ongoing trials of ablation outside the liver.
www.myESR.org
Postgraduate Educational Programme
14:05
A-617 A. Lung ablation: update and level of evidence
W. Prevoo; Amsterdam/NL
M. Beer; Ulm/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the advantages and limitations of thermal ablation in
the lung.
2. To understand the advantages and limitations of cryoablation in the
lung.
3. To learn about recent and ongoing trials and the level of evidence.
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn the essential basics of cardiac spectroscopy.
2. To understand advantages and limitations of cardiac spectroscopy.
3. To appreciate the importance of spectroscopy for myocardial
characterisation.
14:30
A-618 B. Renal ablation: update and level of evidence
C.M. Sommer; Heidelberg/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the advantages and limitations of thermal ablation in
the kidney.
2. To understand the advantages and limitations of cryoablation in the
kidney.
3. To learn about recent and ongoing trials and the level of evidence.
14:55
A-619 C. Bone and soft tissues ablation: update and level of
evidence
A. Gangi; Strasbourg/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the advantages and limitations of thermal ablation in
the bone and soft tissues.
2. To understand the advantages and limitations of cryoablation in the
bone and soft tissues.
3. To learn about recent and ongoing trials and the level of evidence.
15:20
15:00
A-622 C. Cardiac spectroscopy: is it ready for clinical practice?
Panel discussion:
How to strengthen the role of ablation beyond the liver
in everyday clinical practice and how to prove the value
of what we do
14:00–15:30
Room N
E3 - ECR Academies:
Modern Cardiac Imaging
E3 1520
Myocardial characterisation:
established modalities vs new ones
Moderator: J. Bremerich; Basle/CH
D.V. Ryzhkova; St. Petersburg/RU
Learning Objectives:
1. To appreciate the clinical need for assessment of myocardial
perfusion and viability.
2. To know more about imaging modalities used for these indications.
3. To comparatively evaluate hybrid imaging vs single-modality
modalities (CT, MRI).
14:30
A-621 B. T1 and T2-mapping: new items in the radiology
toolbox
Studio 2016
Joint Session of the ESR and ERS
Imaging of airways:
what the respirologist needs to know
Moderators: N. Karabulut; Denizli/TR, S. Ley; Munich/DE
14:00
A-623 Classification and impact of bronchiectasis
S. Aliberti; Milan/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To appreciate the difference between cystic fibrosis and non-cystic
fibrosis bronchiectasis.
2. To understand the difference between chronic bronchitis and
bronchiectasis.
3. To learn about the treatment options of bronchiectasis.
14:23
A-624 How to image and report airway disease?
P. Grenier; Paris/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To appreciate CT acquisition and visualisation protocols in airway
disease.
2. To consolidate knowledge on how to measure airway lumen and wall.
3. To learn how to report what the clinician needs to know.
14:46
A-625 Role of airway obstruction and remodeling in the
progression of COPD
I. Adcock; London/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the pathophysiology of chronic bronchitis and airway
obstruction.
2. To consolidate knowledge about the effects of smoking on airway
remodelling.
3. To learn about different treatment options.
15:08
A-626 Imaging of mucus, inflammation and remodeling in
COPD and CF
H.-U. Kauczor; Heidelberg/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the concept of the COPD airway phenotype at
imaging.
2. To learn about airway obstruction, air trapping and hypoxic
vasoconstriction.
3. To appreciate the potential of MRI to differentiate mucus and
inflammation.
P. Croisille; Saint-Etienne/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about technical basics of myocardial mapping in cardiac
MR.
2. To learn what types of diagnostic information could be obtained with
mapping.
3. To become familiar with results of clinical application of this
technique.
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14:00
A-620 A. Hybrid systems in the assessment of myocardial
perfusion and viability
14:00–15:30
Postgraduate Educational Programme
14:00–15:30
Room E1
Musculoskeletal
RC 1510
14:21
A-633 The role of imaging in preoperative planning and follow-up
F. Rengier; Heidelberg/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the concepts of preoperative planning.
2. To understand key figures and definitions.
3. To appreciate the use of innovative imaging methods.
4. To become familiar with the meaning of diagnostic preoperative
workup.
Shoulder MRI: mastering technique and
making my report relevant
14:00
A-627 Chairman’s introduction
M. Maas; Amsterdam/NL
Session Objectives:
1. To understand the level of expertise that patients expect for adequate
performance and reading of shoulder MRI.
2. To gain insight into differentiating normal age-related changes from
clinical relevant MR features.
14:39
A-634 Implantation techniques and long-term results
R. Uberoi; Oxford/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the basic concepts of endovascular techniques.
2. To understand basic mechanical and anatomic considerations.
3. To appreciate the use of innovative endovascular tools.
4. To become familiar with the latest research in the field.
14:05
A-628 A. The normal MRI: techniques and anatomy
E. Llopis; Valencia/ES
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with MRI techniques for imaging the shoulder.
2. To understand normal MRI shoulder anatomy, and normal variants
seen.
14:57
A-635 Imaging and treatment of endoleaks
M. Gschwendtner; Linz/AT
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the nomenclature and pathophysiological backup of
endoleaks.
2. To understand the basic concepts in treatment und surveillance of
endoleaks.
3. To appreciate the use of innovative tools for treatment and
surveillance.
4. To become familiar with the key facts and figures regarding the
scientific workup.
14:28
A-629 B. Rotator cuff tears: what are they and what do they
look like?
K.-F. Kreitner; Mainz/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the anatomical basis of rotator cuff tears.
2. To learn about the MRI findings of rotator cuff pathology.
14:51
A-630 C. Patterns of instability: what does the MRI show?
A.J. Grainger; Leeds/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with patterns of abnormality seen in shoulder
instability.
2. To learn about the MRI findings of shoulder instability.
Panel discussion:
How are the indications for MR arthrography in the
shoulder changing?
15:14
14:00–15:30
Room E2
State of the Art Symposium
SA 15
Endovascular abdominal aneurysm
repair (EVAR): where do we stand now?
14:00
A-631 Chairman’s introduction
T. Rand; Vienna/AT
Session Objectives:
1. To introduce the basic concepts of EVAR.
2. To underline the major role of radiology in EVAR.
14:03
A-632 Endovascular versus open surgical repair: what do we
know so far?
D.K. Tsetis; Iraklion/GR
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the basic concepts of the treatment of abdominal
aortic aneurysms.
2. To understand the principles of endovascular repair.
3. To appreciate innovative endovascular treatment options.
4. To become familiar with the latest research in the field.
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15:15
Panel discussion:
The key role of the radiologist in endovascular
abdominal aortic aneurysm repair
1. To discuss where the further development of aortic endovascular
treatment will go.
2. To discuss the role of the radiologist in this concept.
3. To conclude where we stand now.
14:00–15:30
Room F1
E3 - European Diploma Prep Sessions
E3 1523
Gynaecological and obstetrics
14:00
A-636 Chairman’s introduction
C.D. Alt; Düsseldorf/DE
Session Objectives:
1. To understand the imaging presentation of the most common benign
and malignant disorders of the uterus.
2. To become familiar with inflammatory and neoplastic disorders of
the adnexa.
3. To understand the principles of foetal images and the imaging
presentation of the most common foetal disorders.
14:03
A-637 A. Imaging of the uterus
R.A. Kubik-Huch; Baden/CH
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the advantages and limits of ultrasound,
hysterosalpingography, CT and MRI in imaging the uterus.
2. To become familiar with the normal anatomy of the uterus and to
know the variations of the uterus during genital life and during the
menstrual cycle.
3. To learn about congenital anomalies as well as the most relevant
benign and malignant uterine pathologies.
4. To be able to explain the technique of a pelvic MRI and to know the
contra-indications of MRI, the required preparation of the patient
and the choice of technical parameters depending on indications.
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14:32
A-638 B. Disorders of the adnexa
14:30
A-644 B. Mediastinal masses: role of CT
E. Sala; New York, NY/US
M. Occhipinti; Rome/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To describe the imaging features of benign tumours of the ovaries.
2. To understand the diagnostic evaluation and imaging features of
malignant tumours of the ovaries.
3. To explain the imaging features of inflammatory disorders of the
Fallopian tubes.
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn the most common causes of mediastinal masses.
2. To recognise signs which allow us to characterise mediastinal lesions.
15:00
A-645 C. A new look at the mediastinum: role of MRI and PET/CT
F.L. Giesel; Heidelberg/DE
15:01
A-639 C. Fundamentals of foetal imaging
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn when and how to apply MR for mediastinal disease.
2. To learn when and how to apply PET/CT for mediastinal masses.
D. Prayer; Vienna/AT
Learning Objectives:
1. To describe the methodology and technical principles of foetal MR
imaging.
2. To understand the imaging presentation of common pathologies of
the foetal central nervous system.
3. To understand the imaging presentation of common pathologies of
the foetal body.
14:00–15:30
Room F2
Breast
14:00–15:30
Room D2
Radiographers
RC 1514
Innovative education in medical
imaging
14:00
A-646/A-647 Chairmen’s introduction
P. Bezzina1, M. Bachmann Nielsen2; 1Msida/MT, 2Copenhagen/DK
RC 1502
Session Objectives:
1. To understand the role of handheld devices in medical imaging
education.
2. To appraise the use of simulators as an innovative educational tool in
radiology.
3. To discuss the use of interactive application to teaching and learning
in medical imaging.
Update on BI-RADS
Moderator: G. Esen; Istanbul/TR
14:00
A-640 A. Mammography
U. Bick; Berlin/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the recently updated BI-RADS® lexicon.
2. To become familiar with the mammography descriptors.
3. To understand the usefulness of the BI-RADS® categories and their
clinical application.
14:05
A-648 A. Is there a role for smartphones and tablets in medical
imaging education?
F. Girard; Pont de Roide/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To review the current educational uses of hand-held electronic
devices in medical imaging.
2. To discuss the potential advantages and disadvantages of technologyenhanced learning in medical imaging.
3. To suggest potential future uses of smartphones and tablets in
radiography education.
14:30
A-641 B. Ultrasound
A. Evans; Dundee/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the recently updated BI-RADS® lexicon.
2. To become familiar with the ultrasound descriptors.
3. To understand the usefulness of the BI-RADS® categories and their
clinical application.
P. Cosson; Teeside/UK
M.H. Fuchsjäger; Graz/AT
Learning Objectives:
1. To appraise the current methods used in healthcare simulation for
education.
2. To explore the benefits and disadvantages of these methods in
radiography education.
3. To suggest future uses and further improvements of simulators in
radiography education.
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the recently updated BI-RADS® lexicon.
2. To become familiar with the MRI descriptors.
3. To understand the usefulness of the BI-RADS® categories and their
clinical application.
14:00–15:30
Room D1
Chest
RC 1504
14:51
A-650 C. Beyond eye candy: developing effective interactive
animations to enhance MRI learning
D. Koumarianos; Athens/GR
Mediastinal disease revisited
Learning Objectives:
1. To review the current educational uses of interactive animations in
medical imaging.
2. To discuss the potential advantages and disadvantages of multimedia
in medical imaging education.
3. To demonstrate the development of educationally effective interactive
animations.
Moderator: A. Persson; Linköping/SE
14:00
A-643 A. The crucial role of chest x-ray: mediastinal lines and
stripes
E.E.J.G. Coche; Brussels/BE
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the signs that indicate mediastinal
pathology.
2. To confidently identify and localise a mediastinal mass on chest x-ray.
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15:14
Panel discussion:
What is the value of innovation in advancing clinical
practice and education in radiography?
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15:00
A-642 C. MRI
14:28
A-649 B. Using simulators as an innovative teaching tool in
medical imaging
Postgraduate Educational Programme
14:00–15:30
Room K
Physics in Radiology
14:30
A-656 B. How can I improve my reporting of T2-hyperintense
lesions?
A. Rovira-Cañellas; Barcelona/ES
RC 1513
IT tools for dose tracking and workflow
optimisation
14:00
A-651 Chairman’s introduction
A. Trianni; Udine/IT
Session Objectives:
1. To understand the pros and cons of dose tracking in modern day
radiology imaging.
2. To review IT standards for dose tracking.
3. To learn about dose optimisation from using dose tracking tools.
14:05
A-652 A. Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine
(DICOM) standard and Integrating the Healthcare
Enterprise (IHE)
D. Peck; Detroit, MI/US
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the current DICOM standard.
2. To learn about new DICOM efforts which will significantly impact
imaging systems’ operations.
3. To understand how IHE coordinates the integration and
management of DICOM objects.
14:28
A-653 B. Patient dose index tracking: a must have?
F. Zanca; Leuven/BE
Learning Objectives:
1. To identify informatics and tools for tracking patient radiation dose.
2. To learn about some possible uses in clinical practice.
3. To learn about some examples of patient radiation dose tracking.
14:51
A-654 C. Optimising technique using patient dose index
tracking software: tips and tricks
R.W.R. Loose; Nuremberg/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn how to use the DICOM header to improve technique and
outcome for the patient.
2. To learn how to use the DICOM header to improve performance of
the automatic exposure control system.
3. To take advantage of dose tracking information in order to compare
technique among different CT scanners.
15:14
Panel discussion:
Dose index tracking in clinical practice
14:00–15:30
Room G
Neuro
RC 1511
15:00
A-657 C. Is there a need for quantitative reporting of white
matter lesions?
F. Barkhof; London/UK, Amsterdam/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the importance of quantitative analysis in white
matter lesions.
2. To show how to perform the quantitative analysis.
3. To understand the importance of follow-up in in patients with white
matter lesions.
16:00–17:30
Room A
E3 - ECR Academies:
Interactive Teaching Sessions
E3 1621
Emergency radiology II
16:00
A-658 A. Brain trauma
M. Smits; Rotterdam/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the different types of brain trauma.
2. To become familiar with the differential diagnosis.
16:45
A-659 B. Peripheral vascular injury
J. Ferda; Plzen/CZ
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the different types of peripheral vascular injury.
2. To become familiar with the different imaging techniques.
3. To become familiar with interventional treatment options.
16:00–17:30
Room B
Abdominal Viscera
RC 1601
The spleen: the forgotten organ
16:00
A-660 Chairman’s introduction
White spots in the brain
Moderator: E.T. Tali; Ankara/TR
14:00
A-655 A. White spots and blots in the brain: what are they?
T.A. Yousry; London/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand what white spots are.
2. To make differential diagnoses in brain white spots.
3. To demonstrate how to study patients with brain white spots.
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Learning Objectives:
1. To understand if it is possible to use a structured report with white
brain abnormality.
2. To learn how to define a comprehensive imaging protocol for those
patients.
3. To appreciate the role of modern imaging techniques for defining
white brain hyperintense T2 lesions.
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L.H. Ros Mendoza; Zaragoza/ES
Session Objective:
1. To briefly introduce the diagnostic challenges imaging spleen.
16:05
A-661 A. Acute and chronic splenic disease
G. Zamboni; Verona/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To describe the most common causes of acute and chronic splenic
disease, excluding malignant lesions.
2. To define imaging protocols, including functional and metabolic
techniques, to apply for the detection and characterisation.
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16:28
A-662 B. The incidental splenic lesion
M. Laniado; Dresden/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To describe the most common causes of splenic incidentaloma and
their imaging appearance.
2. To define imaging protocols, including functional and metabolic
techniques, for the differential diagnosis.
3. To propose an algorithm for the management of incidental splenic
lesions.
16:00–17:30
Joint Session of the ESR and ESTRO
ESR/ESTRO
K. Riklund1, V. Valentini2; 1Umea/SE, 2Rome/IT
Session Objectives:
1. To learn about the contribution of multimodality/hybrid imaging and
in-room imaging to define tumour extension to favour optimisation
in radiation oncology treatment.
2. To understand the feasibility of multimodality/hybrid imaging and
in-room imaging to optimise radiation oncology treatment.
3. To appreciate the role of multimodality/hybrid imaging and in-room
imaging to drive treatment strategies for the cure of the tumour and
for the quality of life of the patients.
4. To become familiar with the clinical need of multidisciplinary
specialists to position the role of imaging as pivotal in modern
oncology.
S. Gourtsoyianni; London/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To describe the clinical presentation and imaging findings for focal
and diffuse neoplastic malignant lesions.
2. To discuss the indication of splenic lesion biopsy and its diagnostic
contribution.
Panel discussion:
How to manage incidental findings in clinical routine
practice
16:00–17:30
Room C
E3 - ECR Academies:
Modern Imaging in Colorectal Cancer
E3 1618
16:03
A-669 The benefit of high tesla MRI for radiation oncology
planning
U. van der Heide; Amsterdam/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the contribution of MRI and in-room MRI to
define tumour extension and organ-at-risk movements to favour
optimisation in radiation oncology treatment.
2. To understand the benefit of MRI in-room to optimise radiation
oncology treatment.
3. To appreciate the role of MRI and in-room MRI to drive treatment
strategies for the cure of the tumour and for the quality of life of the
patients.
Rectal cancer: staging and restaging
local disease
Moderator: D.-M. Koh; Sutton/UK
16:00
A-664 A. Transrectal ultrasonography
J.E.R. Waage; Hillerod/DK
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the role of TRUS for staging rectal tumours.
2. To become familiar with new TRUS techniques.
3. To learn about TRUS for restaging of rectal cancer.
16:23
A-670 The challenge of in room MRI for treatment delivery
N. Dinapoli; Rome/IT
D.M. Lambregts; Amsterdam/NL
17:00
A-666 C. Multiparametric assessment of treatment response
16:43
A-671 The benefit of MR/PET in radiation oncology
U. Nestle; Freiburg/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the contribution of MR/PET to defining tumour
extension and organ-at-risk movements to favour optimisation in
radiation oncology treatment.
2. To understand the benefit of MR/PET for optimising radiation
oncology treatment.
3. To appreciate the role of MR/PET in driving treatment strategies for
the cure of the tumour and for the quality of life of the patients.
N. Papanikolaou; Stockholm/SE
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the rationale behind multiparametric imaging in
rectal cancer.
2. To learn how to approach images in a multiparametric setting.
3. To get an overview of available software platforms.
17:03
A-672 The challenge of using MR/PET in radiation oncology
E.-M.B. Larsson; Uppsala/SE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the limitations of MR/PET in defining tumour
extension and organ-at-risk movements to favour optimisation in
radiation oncology treatment.
2. To understand the constraints of MR/PET in optimising radiation
oncology treatment.
3. To appreciate the uncertainties of MR/PET in driving treatment
strategies for the cure of the tumour and for the quality of life of the
patients.
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Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the limitations to defining tumour extension and
organ-at-risk movements to favour optimisation in radiation
oncology treatment.
2. To understand the constraints of optimising radiation oncology
treatment.
3. To appreciate the uncertainties of driving treatment strategies for the
cure of the tumour and for the quality of life of the patients.
16:30
A-665 B. Emerging MR-techniques
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand which MR sequences are used in clinical practice.
2. To become familiar with new imaging techniques used in rectal
cancer.
3. To learn about how to use DWI for restaging of rectal cancer.
MR and MR/PET in radiation
treatment planning - challenges and
opportunities
16:00
A-667/A-668 Chairmen’s introduction
16:51
A-663 C. Malignant lesions
17:14
Room Z
Postgraduate Educational Programme
16:00–17:30
Room O
Joint Session of the ESR, EFSUMB and ESPR
Contrast enhanced ultrasound (CEUS) in paediatrics
Moderators: M. Claudon; Vandoeuvre-les-Nancy/FR, C. Owens; London/UK
16:00
A-673 Legal issues with CEUS in children
P.S. Sidhu; London/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the current status of unlicensed drug therapy in
children.
2. To understand the legal position of prescribing unlicensed drugs in
children.
3. To understand the responsibilities of performing CEUS in children.
16:18
A-674 CEUS of focal liver lesions in children
M. Sellars; London/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To illustrate the spectrum of focal liver lesions in the paediatric
population.
2. To understand the role of CEUS in the diagnostic pathway of
children with chronic liver disease.
3. To review CEUS findings of common and uncommon benign and
malignant focal liver lesions in children.
16:36
A-675 CEUS in blunt abdominal trauma in children
A. Deganello; London/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To illustrate the usefulness of CEUS in the setting of paediatric
trauma.
2. To discuss the implications of repeated radiation exposure in children
following trauma.
3. To review CEUS findings of the most frequent types of solid
abdominal organ injuries occurring in children.
16:54
A-676 CEUS in vesical reflux in children
C. Duran; Sabadell/ES
Learning Objectives:
1. To illustrate the protocol for the study of the urinary tract, including
the urethra, with second-generation contrast agents.
2. To demonstrate the high quality of the images obtained with this
procedure.
3. To show that voiding urosonography can diagnose the most prevalent
urethral pathologies.
17:12
A-677 CEUS in non-liver indications in paediatric patients
C.F. Dietrich; Bad Mergentheim/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand indications of CEUS beyond the liver.
2. To understand extravascular and intracavitary applications of CEUS
(except vesical reflux).
3. To discuss off label use in children (and adults).
16:00–17:30
Room N
E3 - ECR Academies:
Modern Cardiac Imaging
E3 1620
Cardiac imaging: to new horizons
Moderator: E. Mousseaux; Paris/FR
16:00
A-678 A. New approaches for coronary atherosclerotic plaque
characterisation
E.J.R. van Beek; Edinburgh/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To appreciate the importance of atherosclerotic plaque
characterisation with imaging.
2. To learn about developments of PET/CT and MR/PET applications
for coronary plaque imaging.
3. To become aware of new research directions in this field and their
possible significance.
16:30
A-679 B. Imaging of microvascular disease
R. Manka; Zurich/CH
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about pathophysiology of coronary circulation in
microvascular disease.
2. To appreciate the significance of imaging of microvascular disease in
a clinical setting.
3. To learn about advantages, limitations and further perspectives of
cardiac imaging in this pathology.
17:00
A-680 C. Tracking of stem cells in cardiac repair: role of MR and
hybrid imaging
L. Natale; Rome/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the application of cardiac stem cells therapy.
2. To become familiar with techniques for stem cell labelling with
radionuclide and magnetic tracers.
3. To learn about the use of hybrid imaging for the assessment of
cardiac repair and remodelling during therapy with stem cells.
16:00–17:30
Studio 2016
Multidisciplinary Session
MS 16a
Uterine myomas: radiological diagnosis
and treatment
16:00
A-681 Chairman’s introduction
A.-M. Belli; London/UK
Session Objectives:
1. To learn about the imaging characteristics of fibroids before and after
treatment.
2. To understand the information required by gynaecologists and
interventional radiologists from imaging.
3. To learn about the different therapeutic options and their outcomes.
4. To understand the impact of fibroids and the different treatment
strategies on fertility.
16:05
A-682 Imaging of fibroids
R. Das; London/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To describe imaging characteristics of fibroids.
2. To differentiate from other relevant pathology including malignancy.
3. To report the information required by the gynaecologist before and
after surgical and radiological intervention.
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A-683 Epidemiology, clinical presentation and non radiological
therapeutic options for the treatment of fibroids
16:00–17:30
Room E1
Multidisciplinary Session
I. Manyonda; London/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To describe the clinical presentation of fibroids.
2. To describe the medical and surgical treatment options and their
outcomes.
3. To describe what is known about the impact of fibroids on fertility
and how these treatments impact on this.
MS 16b
16:00
A-689 Chairman’s introduction
M. Padrón; Madrid/ES
Session Objectives:
1. To understand the point-of-view of the different actors involved in a
sport injury based on personal experiences.
2. To learn how to focus on a sport injury with a multidisciplinary
approach.
3. To review actual concepts on diagnosis and management of sports
injuries.
16:45
A-684 Radiological treatments for fibroids
A.-M. Belli; London/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To describe the radiological treatment options of uterine artery
embolisation and HIFU.
2. To present the current evidence on outcomes.
3. To describe how to manage expectations and complications.
17:05
Multidisciplinary case discussion
16:00–17:30
16:05
A-690 What does the radiologist offer?
C. Faletti; Turin/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the specific role the radiologist has in the
management of sports injuries.
2. To understand the relative importance of what should be and should
not be included in the radiological report.
3. To understand the role of imaging-guided intervention in the
management of sports injury.
Room L8
EuroSafe Imaging Session
EuroSafe 4 You too can definitely do audits
16:00
A-685 Chairman’s introduction
16:20
A-691 How I face a sport injury: the sport physician’s approach
E.J. Adam; London/UK
J.-M. Alonso; Doha/QA
Session Objectives:
1. To learn how to introduce an effective clinical audit programme.
2. To introduce the ESR audit tool as an aid to improving quality in
radiology services.
3. To explore how the use of such a system will satisfy external
authorities.
Learning Objectives:
1. To identify the injury mechanism.
2. To localise which anatomic structures are affected.
3. To select and indicate the appropriate imaging techniques.
16:35
A-692 The physiotherapist’s view
16:05
A-686 Experience from an established national programme
A. Zerolo; Madrid/ES
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn how an established national clinical audit programme can
work effectively.
2. To learn how to design, run, and publish audits.
3. To understand the benefits of local clinical audit.
16:30
A-687 The challenges of introducing a national audit
programme
16:50
A-693 The surgeon’s perspective
A. Vargha; Hidegség/HU
M. Leyes; Madrid/ES
Learning Objectives:
1. To highlight which kind of critical issues could occur on a national
level during implementing an international (EU) guideline for
clinical audit.
2. To understand ways to avoid unnecessary turf battles.
3. To appreciate how to set up a realistic plan for clinical audit
implementation in radiology.
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the specific role the surgeon has in the
management of sports injuries.
2. To understand the aspects of the radiological report which are most
important to the surgeon.
3. To understand how the radiologist goes on to influence the
management of athletic injuries from the surgeon’s perspective.
4. To understand the information that orthopaedic surgeons consider
critical for preoperative planning and reconstruction of the multiple
ligament knee injury in sports.
16:55
A-688 How to make audit easy: the ESR Audit Tool
P. Cavanagh; Taunton/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the ESR Clinical Audit Tool.
2. To understand how it can be used at local and national levels.
3. To explore what makes clinical audit an effective quality
improvement tool.
17:05
Multidisciplinary case presentation and discussion:
Which aspects of radiological practice help and which
hinder the team approachto managing the injured
athlete? How can we improve on this?
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Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the specific role the physiotherapist has in
the management of sports injuries.
2. To understand the aspects of the radiological report which are most
important to the physiotherapist.
3. To understand how the radiologist goes on to influence the
management of athletic injuries from the physiotherapist’s
perspective.
D. Remedios; Harrow/UK
17:20
Sports injuries: diagnosis and
management
Postgraduate Educational Programme
16:00–17:30
Room E2
16:00–17:30
Room F1
Special Focus Session
E3 - European Diploma Prep Sessions
SF 16
E3 1623
Prostate MRI: increasing need?
16:00
A-694 Chairman’s introduction
16:00
A-698 Chairman’s introduction
J.C. Vilanova; Girona/ES
M. Szczerbo-Trojanowska; Lublin/PL
Session Objectives:
1. To learn about the current role of prostate MRI in managing prostate
cancer.
2. To become familiar with the current recommendations and
guidelines for multiparametric technique of prostate MRI.
3. To discuss the different indications of prostate MRI and analyse the
improved value for patients.
4. To provide an update on the new advances in prostate mpMRI.
Session Objectives:
1. To understand the principles and techniques of angiography and
image-guided interventions.
2. To become familiar with the different methods of hepatobiliary
interventions.
3. To describe the most common vascular interventions.
16:05
A-695 MRI before the first prostate biopsy: has the time come?
B. Hamm; Berlin/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the current status of TRUS-guided biopsy.
2. To discuss possible inclusion criteria for MRI before the first prostate
biopsy.
3. To learn about the histological Gleason grading with special reference
to MRI findings.
4. To discuss further steps for radiology in the detection of prostate
cancer.
16:28
A-696 The role of prostate MRI in active surveillance
A.R. Padhani; London/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To provide an overview of the concepts underpinning active
surveillance (AS) strategies for low risk prostate cancer.
2. To discuss the role of mpMRI for confirming clinical patient selection
criteria for AS and highlight the benefits of mpMRI for detecting
cases at higher risk and thus unsuited for AS.
3. To demonstrate changing imaging phenotype during AS period and
corresponding clinical actions.
4. To highlight need for effective communication with clinicians
regarding initial and continued suitability for AS.
16:51
A-697 Is prostate MRI accurate enough for focal treatment
planning?
V. Panebianco; Rome/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To provide an overview of mpMRI in terms of accuracy, sensitivity,
specificity and especially PPV and PNV in the initial diagnosis of PCa.
2. To discuss the role of mpMRI as an important tool for selection
criteria for focal therapy.
3. To demonstrate the role of mpMRI to guide the targeted therapy.
4. To underline the role of mpMRI in the follow-up of the patients
treated and its reproducibility.
17:14
Interventional
Panel discussion:
Does the use of MRI improve the outcome in prostate
cancer?
16:03
A-699 A. Basic principles of angiography and image-guided
interventions
T.K. Helmberger; Munich/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To describe the normal anatomy and normal variants of the arterial
and venous vascular system.
2. To understand diagnostic and interventional angiographic
techniques.
3. To explain basic percutaneous image-guided techniques including
abscess drainage and biopsy taking.
16:32
A-700 B. Interventions of the hepatobiliary system
J.I. Bilbao; Pamplona/ES
Learning Objectives:
1. To describe the normal anatomy and normal variants of the
hepatobiliary system.
2. To explain vascular hepatic interventions including transarterial
chemoembolisation.
3. To understand percutaneous hepatobiliary interventions including
thermal ablation techniques.
17:01
A-701 C. Vascular interventions
J.A. Reekers; Amsterdam/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To explain endovascular treatment options of atherosclerotic
diseases.
2. To understand common angioplasty procedures, such as renal, iliac
and femoral angioplasties.
3. To describe indications and techniques for arterial stenting
procedures.
4. To explain techniques of arterial embolisation and coiling.
16:00–17:30
Room F2
Breast
RC 1602
Tomosynthesis: the new mammography
Moderator: D. Bernardi; Trento/IT
16:00
A-702 A. Should we abandon 2D mammography?
S. Zackrisson; Malmö/SE
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the technique of 2D mammography and what the
limits could be.
2. To know how to calculate radiation dose in 2D mammography and
ways to improve image quality.
3. To understand when 2D mammography is better than DBT.
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A-703 B. Clinical validation and results in the last 5 years: where
do we stand?
16:23
A-709 B. Safety aspects in an interventional radiology setting?
D. Catania; Milan/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To become aware of patient and staff risk in an interventional
radiology setting.
2. To appreciate the importance of radiation protection measures
considering the nature of interventional procedures.
3. To recognise the need for education and training in interventional
radiology settings in order to promote radiation safety.
P. Skaane; Oslo/NO
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the technique of DBT.
2. To understand the results of DBT in the screening and diagnostics
settings.
3. To know the evolution of tomosynthesis in screening organisation.
17:00
A-704 C. The future of mammography: my predictions
E.M. Fallenberg; Berlin/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the role of mammography in analysing and
characterising breast lesions.
2. To become familiar with new developments in digital mammography
such as contrast mammography, tomosynthesis and 3D contrast
mammography.
3. To learn about the new potential of combining mammography with
molecular imaging, optical imaging and texture analysis.
16:00–17:30
Room D1
16:46
A-710 C. An introduction to mammography safety: what can be
done?
D. O’Leary; Hertfordshire/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the definition of safety in a mammography context.
2. To become aware of mammography best practices in radiation
protection, compression and infection control.
3. To understand the radiographer’s role as safety gatekeeper in
mammography.
17:08
A-711
D. Safety in CT: dose minimisation and beyond
R. Booij; Rotterdam/NL
E3 - ECR Master Classes (Chest)
E3 1626
Less common infiltrative lung diseases
Moderator: M. Regier; Hamburg/DE
16:00
A-705 A. Pleuroparenchymal fibro elastosis
A. Devaraj; London/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with this newly recognised idiopathic interstitial
pneumonia.
2. To learn how to interpret upper zone changes on thoracic CT.
16:30
A-706 B. Alveolar proteinosis
W.F.M. De Wever; Leuven/BE
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the CT features enabling the radiologist to
suggest this diagnosis.
2. To learn about other diseases with crazy-paving as a predominant
pattern.
A. Oikonomou; Toronto, ON/CA
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the parenchymatous and pleural manifestations of the
disease.
2. To learn how to distinguish LLM from other cystic diseases of the
lung.
16:00–17:30
Room D2
Radiographers
16:00–17:30
Room K
Physics in Radiology
RC 1613
MR: artefacts and devices
16:00
A-712 Chairman’s introduction
M. Tosetti; Pisa/IT
Session Objectives:
1. To learn about MR image distortions.
2. To appreciate the appearance of metal-induced image distortions in
MRI.
3. To appreciate image distortions in perfusion- and diffusion-weighted
imaging.
16:05
A-713 A. Image artefacts in MRI and their mitigation
D.J. Lurie; Aberdeen/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To identify common types of artefacts in MR images.
2. To learn about the physical origins of artefacts in MRI.
3. To learn methods of minimising artefacts on MR images.
16:28
A-714 B. Imaging around metal implants: artefact reduction in
MRI
C. McGrath; Belfast/IE
RC 1614
Safety issues in medical imaging
Moderators: C. Leidecker; Forchheim/DE,
J. Santos; Coimbra/PT
16:00
A-708 A. Safeguarding patients and staff in MRI
Learning Objectives:
1. To review the origin of signal in MRI.
2. To understand the MRI physics of artefact reduction around metal
implants.
3. To understand the parameters used in an optimised imaging
protocol.
T. Owman; Lund/SE
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the patient and staff risk in MRI examinations.
2. To become familiar with guidelines and recommendations for patient
and staff safety.
3. To become aware of the importance of the role of radiographer in
MRI safety.
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17:00
A-707 C. Lymphangioleiomyomatosis
Learning Objectives:
1. To become aware of international recommendations, standards and
directives in order to promote safety.
2. To consolidate knowledge in dose reduction of CT examinations.
3. To enhance understanding about the tradeoffs between dose
reduction and image quality.
Postgraduate Educational Programme
16:51
A-715 C. Artefacts in perfusion and diffusion MRI
I. Tsougos; Larissa/GR
Learning Objectives:
1. To review the artefacts and pitfalls of diffusion MRI on a qualitative
basis, especially in terms of eddy currents and sensitivity to motion.
2. To review and evaluate the possible issues that can affect the accuracy
of measurements regarding dynamic susceptibility contrast (DSC)MRI (measurements of cerebral blood flow (CBF), cerebral blood
volume (CBV), and mean transit time (MTT)).
3. To introduce possible strategies that have been developed to mitigate
or overcome these artefacts and pitfalls.
17:14
Panel discussion:
Clinically applicable tools/strategies to minimising/
avoiding MR imaging artefacts
16:00–17:30
Room G
Neuro
RC 1611
Update on endovascular stroke
treatment: a medical breakthrough?
Moderator: S. Rohde; Dortmund/DE
16:00
A-716 A. A critical appraisal of the current literature
W. van Zwam; Maastricht/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the strengths and shortcomings of the relevant multicentre trials assessing the role of endovascular treatment in patients
with acute ischaemic stroke.
2. To understand the outcomes of these trials, the context in which
they were achieved and how they can be ensured in a different
environment.
3. To appreciate potential differences in management of patients with
anterior vs posterior circulation strokes.
16:30
A-717 B. Which techniques can we use to reopen an occluded
cerebral blood vessel?
T. van der Zijden; Edegem/BE
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the principles underlying endovascular clot aspiration.
2. To become familiar with the different materials available for
mechanical clot retrieval.
3. To understand the circumstances in which stenting of an intracranial
blood vessel is needed.
17:00
A-718 C. Endovascular stroke treatment: ethical and
economical concerns
K.-O. Løvblad; Geneva/CH
Learning Objectives:
1. To appreciate the structure that is necessary to organise
interventional stroke treatment for a large population.
2. To understand the cost implications and their mitigation.
3. To become familiar with the associated ethical concerns (such as
informed consent) and the different ways of addressing them.
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08:30–10:00 Room C
E3 - ECR Academies:
Interactive Teaching Sessions
Joint Session of the ESR and ESHI
E3 1721
Moderator: K. Riklund; Umea/SE
MR imaging in sports medicine II
08:30
A-719 A. Sports injuries of the ankle
P. Robinson; Leeds/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn the anatomy of the ankle.
2. To learn the evaluation of common ankle injuries.
09:15
A-720 B. Shoulder injury
M. Zanetti; Zurich/CH
Learning Objectives:
1. To review the anatomy of the shoulder in 3-dimensions.
2. To learn the evaluation of common shoulder injuries.
08:30–10:00 Room B
Abdominal Viscera
Medical hybrid imaging
08:30
A-725 Introduction
L. Donoso; Barcelona/ES
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the background of the decision to create this
new society.
2. To learn about the aims of the new society.
3. To get an overview of physics, training and medical use in hybrid
imaging.
08:35
A-726 The aims of the new society
K. Riklund; Umea/SE
Learning Objectives:
1. To introduce the new society.
2. To inform about the activities of the new society.
08:50
A-727 Training of hybrid physicians
G. Antoch; Düsseldorf/DE
RC 1701
Differential diagnosis in pancreatic
imaging
08:30
A-721 Chairman’s introduction
B. Marincek; Cleveland, OH/US
Session Objective:
1. To briefly introduce the diagnostic challenge in patients presenting
cystic or solid pancreatic lesions.
08:35
A-722 A. Pancreatic cancer or pancreatitis
R. Manfredi; Verona/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the inflammatory lesions, which can mimic a
pancreatic tumour.
2. To become familiar with the imaging features, which can support the
differential diagnosis between pancreatic cancer and pancreatitis.
3. To understand the value of the integration of the imaging modalities
that define the correct diagnosis.
08:58
A-723 B. Cystic tumours vs pseudocysts
M.A. Bali; Brussels/BE
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the imaging features of cystic tumours and
pseudocysts.
2. To become familiar with the clinical presentation and the radiological
signs that may be observed in cystic tumours and pseudocysts.
3. To understand the value of the integration of the imaging modalities
that define the correct diagnosis.
C. Stoupis; Männedorf/CH
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the most common incidental findings in the
pancreas with different imaging modalities.
2. To understand how to define the correct diagnosis.
3. To discuss how to manage incidental findings.
09:05
A-728 The beauty of physics in hybrid imaging
T. Beyer; Vienna/AT
Learning Objectives:
1. To lay out the fundamentals of physics in hybrid imaging.
2. To illustrate physics and physicists as partners to hybrid imaging
users.
3. To speculate on the future of hybrid imaging as supported through
physics.
09:20
A-729 Functional hybrid imaging: 1+1 = 3?
O. Clément; Paris/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the functional capabilities of hybrid imaging
techniques.
2. To understand that combined functional information results in
additional cross correlation and validation.
09:35
A-730 Practical challenges of hybrid imaging in clinical practice
O. Ratib; Geneva/CH
Learning Objectives:
1. To review the current applications of hybrid imaging in wellestablished clinical pathways.
2. To become familiar with the added values of hybrid imaging in
patient management.
3. To learn about opportunities beyond diagnostic applications.
Sunday
09:21
A-724 C. Incidental findings
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand why implementation of training programs for hybrid
physicians is mandatory.
2. To become familiar with current differences in training programs
when comparing European countries.
3. To recognise the need for a standardised European hybrid training
program.
09:50 Discussion
Panel discussion:
09:44 How do we manage difficult cases and incidental
findings?
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08:30–10:00 Room N
Professional Challenges Session
E3 - ECR Master Classes (Head and Neck)
PC 17
E3 1726a
European variation in imaging: focus on
technology
08:30
A-731 Chairman’s introduction
G. Frija; Paris/FR
Session Objectives:
1. To highlight the current European disparities in terms of eHealth; in
particular, teleradiology and equipment.
2. To explore the opportunities, benefits and possible concerns arising
from a harmonised European approach.
08:33
A-732 PACS and eHealth
D. Caramella; Pisa/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the European perspective of interoperability issues
regarding radiology.
2. To become familiar with the availability of departmental, enterprisewide and cross-enterprise communication of radiological studies and
reports.
08:48
A-733 Reporting and communication
O. Ratib; Geneva/CH
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the value of clinical radiology.
2. To explore opportunities for improved reporting solutions, e.g.
structured reporting.
3. To learn the requirements for communication of relevant or
unexpected findings.
09:03
A-734 Procedure codes and lexica in radiology for supporting
workflow improvements
P. Mildenberger; Mainz/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with available coding systems for procedures and
radiological findings.
2. To explore opportunities for a European approach.
09:18
A-735 Equipment and innovation
B. Brkljačić; Zagreb/HR
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the need for innovation of radiological
equipment - opportunities and weaknesses for radiology departments
throughout Europe.
2. To understand the dependency between radiation exposure and
equipment renewal.
3. To understand the dependency between innovation, equipment
renewal and quality of imaging practice and to discuss procurement
issues.
Panel discussion:
09:33 What is the European vision on imaging technology?
Characterisation of salivary gland
masses
Moderator: A. Trojanowska; Lublin/PL
08:30
A-736 A. Ultrasound
C. Karaman; Aydin/TR
Learning Objectives:
1. To recognise the signs of malignancy with B-mode and Doppler
mode.
2. To become familiar with the technique and clinical applications of US
elastography and contrast-enhanced US for salivary gland tumours.
3. To be able to specify the role of fine US fine needle aspiration
cytology and US core needle biopsy.
09:00
A-737 B. CT, MRI and PET/CT
N.J.M. Freling; Amsterdam/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn how to perform CT and MRI when a tumour of salivary
glands is suspected.
2. To learn the morphological signs of malignancy at CT and MRI.
3. To know the role and limits of FDG PET in salivary gland tumours.
09:30
A-738 C. MRI diffusion and perfusion
S. Espinoza-Boireau; Paris/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the principles of MRI diffusion and
perfusion.
2. To understand how to integrate these techniques in the MRI protocol
in daily practice.
3. To learn the role of these techniques in mass characterisation.
08:30–10:00 Studio 2016
Genitourinary
RC 1707
Prostate imaging: how I do it
08:30
A-739 Chairman’s introduction
H.-P. Schlemmer; Heidelberg/DE
Session Objectives:
1. To learn the fundamentals of multiparametric MRI in prostate
cancer.
2. To become familiar with the current options for image-guided biopsy.
3. To understand the clinical relevance of multiparametric MRI for
treatment decision-making during active surveillance and after initial
therapy.
08:35
A-740 A. Detection and assessment of aggressiveness
P. Puech; Lille/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the different types of prostate cancer within the gland.
2. To become familiar with common pitfalls of prostate cancer
semiology at multiparametric MRI.
3. To understand the MRI “biomarkers” of prostate cancer
aggressiveness.
08:58
A-741 B. Image-guided biopsy and staging
J.J. Fütterer; Nijmegen/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the techniques of prostate biopsy.
2. To become familiar with in-bore MR and MR/TRUS fusion guided
biopsy approaches.
3. To learn about the optimal imaging protocol for the staging of
prostate cancer.
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09:21
A-742 C. Role of imaging in active surveillance and detection of
recurrence
V. Logager; Copenhagen/DK
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the role of multiparametric MRI in guiding therapy
towards active surveillance.
2. To learn about the imaging findings in local recurrence after
treatment.
3. To understand the impact in treatment planning as a consequence of
these findings.
Panel discussion:
09:44 Multiparametric MRI: what are the challenges and
strategies to solve these?
09:35
A-747 Ionising radiation: when should we be concerned?
J. Damilakis; Iraklion/GR
Learning Objectives:
1. To describe the basic concepts of radiation risks to the developing
foetus at various gestational ages.
2. To identify implementation strategies for dose reduction in
emergency imaging of pregnant patients.
3. To be familiar with medicolegal risk management guidelines.
09:50 Panel discussion with sample cases presentation:
Emergency in pregnancy: what is best for the mother
and baby?
08:30–10:00 Room E2
08:30–10:00 Room E1
Special Focus Session
State of the Art Symposium
SF 17a
SA 17
08:30
A-748 Chairman’s introduction
Emergency imaging of the pregnant
patient
Neuro imaging in paediatrics
A. Rossi; Genoa/IT
08:30
A-743 Chairman’s introduction
R. Basilico; Chieti/IT
Session Objectives:
1. To consolidate knowledge of the role and the appropriate uses of the
different imaging techniques.
2. To become familiar with the risk of using imaging modalities in
pregnant emergency patients.
3. To learn about radiation dose concerns related to emergency in
pregnancy.
08:35
A-744 Polytrauma: US, CT or MR
A. Palkó; Szeged/HU
Learning Objectives:
1. To discuss the imaging modalities used in the evaluation of pregnant
trauma patients.
2. To identify the imaging findings associated with non-pregnancyrelated and pregnancy-specific injuries.
3. To become familiar with a diagnostic imaging algorithm for the
evaluation of polytrauma in pregnancy.
09:00
A-745 Pulmonary embolism: CT or scintigraphy?
M.-P. Revel; Paris/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To review the role of CTA and pulmonary scintigraphy for the
diagnosis of pulmonary embolism during pregnancy.
2. To learn how to optimise CTA protocols and pulmonary scintigraphy
for adequately ruling out pulmonary embolism.
3. To review key imaging findings.
M. Wozniak; Lublin/PL
Learning Objectives:
1. To review the biological effects and safety of MRI.
2. To review procedural issues, indications and contraindications for
MRI in pregnant emergency patients.
3. To discuss the risks associated with the administration of iodinated
and gadolinium-based contrast agents during pregnancy, and how to
monitor or avoid them.
08:35
A-749 Imaging of metabolic disorders in children
B. Ertl-Wagner; Munich/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the concept of MRI pattern recognition in metabolic
disorders.
2. To understand the value of MRI-based grouping of patients for
genetic studies.
3. To appreciate the contribution of MR techniques to the diagnosis and
research of metabolic disorders.
4. To become familiar with more detailed MRI analysis and
interpretation for metabolic disorders.
09:00
A-750 Imaging in paediatric epilepsy
T.A.G.M. Huisman; Baltimore, MD/US
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the various pathologies that may result in paediatric
epilepsy.
2. To understand that a complete diagnostic workup requires a
multidisciplinary approach.
3. To become familiar with the MR imaging sequences that are
indicated.
09:25
A-751 Imaging headache in children
E. Vázquez; Barcelona/ES
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the role and value of neuroimaging in children with
the different types of headaches, mainly primary and secondary
headaches.
2. To become familiar with subtle symptoms or signs (“red flags”)
that raise suspicion of intracranial pathology worthy for prompt
neuroimaging.
3. To emphasise some underlying aetiologies, such as neoplasms or
vascular disorders, that may be potentially life threatening.
Panel discussion:
09:50 Can we do without CT in paediatric neuroimaging?
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09:20
A-746 MRI and contrast media: what are the risks for the
foetus?
Session Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the MRI features of complex
neuropaediatric disorders.
2. To learn how to organise specific MRI study protocols and sequences
for children with neurological disorders.
3. To consolidate MRI as the modality of choice for paediatric
neuroimaging.
Postgraduate Educational Programme
08:30–10:00 Room F1
E3 - ECR Master Classes
(Oncologic Imaging)
E3 1726b
Personalised medicine in oncology:
what can imaging offer?
Moderator: R.G.H. Beets-Tan; Maastricht/NL
08:30
A-752 A. Personalised medicine in oncology: hope or reality?
E.E. Voest; Amsterdam/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the concept of personalised medicine.
2. To learn about the current state-of-the-art management of metastatic
disease.
3. To learn how biomarkers can contribute to a personalised approach.
08:55
A-753 B. Radiogenomics: can this assist personalised medicine?
09:00
A-756 B. How can we manage the non-mass breast (enigma)
pattern?
F. Pediconi; Rome/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn the definition of non-mass in mammography and MRI and
to understand why interpretation is difficult.
2. To understand the pathological correlations and the clinical
problems.
3. To appraise how new technical developments can help define an
appropriate integrated strategy.
09:30
A-757 C. New developments in breast MRI
L. Umutlu; Essen/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To know the principle of non-contrast breast MRI: texture analysis.
2. To understand advantages and limitations of DWI in breast MRI.
3. To become familiar with the main results of high field breast MRI,
including their advantages and limitations.
V.J. Goh; London/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the rationale for radiogenomics in oncology.
2. To learn about the different strategies that can be used to extract data.
3. To understand how radiogenomics may improve tumour
phenotyping.
09:20
A-754 C. Hybrid PET/MRI: the next step in personalised cancer
care?
A. Kjaer; Copenhagen/DK
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn how FDG and non-FDG PET tracers can allow us to
visualise cancer cells.
2. To learn about the potential of MRI/PET to improve tumour
phenotyping.
3. To learn how MRI/PET could contribute to a personalised approach
in oncology.
Panel discussion:
09:45 Can imaging facilitate a personalised medicine approach
in oncology?
08:30–10:00 Room F2
E3 - ECR Master Classes (Breast)
E3 1726c
Challenging questions for breast
imaging in 2016: breast density, how
to solve the non-mass enigma, new
developments in breast MRI
Moderator: R.M. Mann; Nijmegen/NL
08:30
A-755 A. Breast density: what the breast radiologist needs to
know
S.J. Vinnicombe; Dundee/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn the definition of dense breast and the consequences on
mammography interpretation and strategies to overcome the
limitations of the different modalities.
2. To understand the different methods to measure breast density on
mammography, ultrasound and MRI.
3. To understand if breast density or (breast enhancement) BPE have an
influence on breast cancer risk.
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Special Focus Session
SF 17b
Actionable pulmonary nodules: should
we rely on size only?
08:30
A-758 Chairman’s introduction
L. Bonomo; Rome/IT
Session Objectives:
1. To learn about the intrinsic limitations of pulmonary nodule size by
both 2D and 3D tools.
2. To appreciate the need of integrating size with other morphological
characteristics as well as functional data and clinical parameters.
08:33
A-759 Limitations of nodule measurements
A.R. Larici; Rome/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To describe the limitations of 2D and 3D measurements of lung
nodules, including growth measurements during follow-up.
2. To investigate the role of computer-aided diagnosis (CAD) in
defining an actionable nodule.
08:51
A-760 Shape and density: predictors of subtypes and mutations
in NSCLC?
O.L. Sedlaczek; Heidelberg/DE
Learning Objectives:
1. To appreciate the relevance of morphological characteristics of
pulmonary nodules, i.e. shape and density, as predictors of subtypes
and mutations in NSCLC.
2. To learn how shape and density influence the management of
pulmonary nodules.
09:09
A-761 Proliferation tracers and not only
R. Boellaard; Amsterdam/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with tracers used in hybrid imaging, not only
well-known proliferation tracers but also all other tracers regarding
perfusion, hypoxia, and metabolism, helpful for characterising lung
nodules.
2. To have an in-depth understanding of the role of hybrid imaging in
the evaluation of pulmonary nodules.
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09:27
A-762 How necessary is clinical data?
A.A. Bankier; Boston, MA/US
Learning Objectives:
1. To investigate clinical data, whether it is significant or not in defining
a nodule as actionable.
2. To describe the strategy for managing a solitary pulmonary nodule
by taking into account clinical data.
08:30–10:00 Room K
E3 - Rising Stars Programme
Basic Session 6: Thoracic emergencies
08:30
A-768 Vascular
R. Morgan; London/UK
Panel discussion:
09:45 How to define an actionable nodule in daily practice?
09:00
A-769 Pulmonary
C.M. Schaefer-Prokop; Amersfoort/NL
08:30–10:00 Room D2
Radiographers
09:30
A-770 Cardiac
C. Loewe; Vienna/AT
RC 1714
The magic of excellent images
08:30
A-763/A-764 Chairmen’s introduction
N. Mekis1, A.P. Parkar2; 1Ljubljana/SI, 2Bergen/NO
Session Objectives:
1. To understand the contribution of the radiographers in image quality
optimisation.
2. To expand on the challenges and perspectives of image quality in
each field.
3. To discuss the importance of excellent images in patient care.
08:35
A-765 A. Image quality optimisation in MRI: a radiographer’s
perspective
M. Kiss; Miskolc/HU
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the role of radiographers in MR image quality
optimisation.
2. To learn how to effectively and systematically modify scan
parameters to optimise MRI protocols.
3. To become aware of recent developments in MRI software and
hardware and how these can be used to further optimise image
quality in MRI.
08:58
A-766 B. Fine tuning of image quality in computed tomography,
the role of the radiographer
D. Pekarovic, U. Zdešar; Ljubljana/SI
Learning Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the recent technological advances in CT and
how these can be exploited for image quality optimisation.
2. To become aware of the range of possibilities relating to image quality
optimisation in CT.
3. To understand the role of the radiographer in optimising CT imaging
protocols.
09:21
A-767 C. X-ray radiography: tips and tricks for high quality
imaging on the frontline
08:30–10:00 Room G
E3 - ECR Master Classes (Neuro)
E3 1726d
Imaging in dementia
Moderator: D. Van Westen; Lund/SE
08:30
A-771 A. The neurochemistry of the Alzheimer’s continuum
S. Engelborghs; Antwerp/BE
Learning Objectives:
1. To introduce current concepts about the physicochemical and
molecular basis of dementia.
2. To understand what misfolded proteins are, and how they play a role
in the pathogenesis of (different types of) dementia.
3. To provide an insider view of current and future research avenues in
dementia, and to illustrate the contribution of imaging studies.
09:00
A-772 B. MR contribution to diagnosis and differential
diagnosis
F. Barkhof; London/UK, Amsterdam/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the concept of mild cognitive impairment (MCI).
2. To learn how to diagnose the different dementia forms using
conventional MR.
3. To understand the role of advanced MR techniques in diagnosing
dementia.
09:30
A-773 C. PET imaging in dementia
K. Herholz; Manchester/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To appreciate the different ligands relevant to the diagnosis of
dementia
2. To understand the sensitivity and specificity of the amyloid-tracer PIB.
3. To appreciate the clinical relevance of PIB.
E. Constantarogianni; Athens/GR
Sunday
Learning Objectives:
1. To introduce the importance of image quality optimisation in x-ray
radiography.
2. To discuss the contribution of the radiographer in creating high
quality x-ray images.
3. To become aware of strategies for optimal use of hardware and
software to facilitate diagnosis.
Panel discussion:
09:44 The importance of excellent images for advancing the
quality of healthcare
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Room A
E3 - ECR Master Classes (Musculoskeletal)
E3 1826
10:35
A-780 The law of radiology in Colombia: how we arrived to it
R. Restrepo; Medellin/CO
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about government regulation of the practice of radiology in
Colombia.
2. To become familiar with the existing regulations for the practice of
radiology in different countries.
3. To understand the application of Act 657 of 2001, which regulates the
practice of radiology in Colombia.
4. To promote a comprehensive strategy for navigating the radiologycentred regulatory laws.
MSK and intervention
10:30
A-774 Chairman’s introduction
A. Gangi; Strasbourg/FR
10:36
A-775 A. How to biopsy soft tissue and bone tumours
G.K.O. Åström; Uppsala/SE
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn which tumours are ‘no touch’.
2. To demonstrate how to plan a biopsy: when to culture and when to
biopsy.
3. To discuss complications and how to deal with them.
10:55
11:00
A-781 Percutaneous biopsies: how do I do it?
F. Uriza; Bogota/CO
Learning Objectives:
1. To propose possible modifications to conventional biopsy techniques
tailored to certain cases where ideal conditions cannot be met.
2. To present the local experience of a high complexity hospital in Latin
America.
3. To determine when a multimodality imaging evaluation prior to
biopsy is required.
4. To establish in which cases contrast administration is appropriate
before a CT-guided biopsy is conducted.
10:57
A-776 B. Lower back pain: what can I do?
D.J. Wilson; Oxford/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn which common pathologies account for lower back pain that
we can treat.
2. To illustrate the common technique used in the specific pathologies.
11:18
A-777 C. Injectables - steroids and platelet-rich plasma (PRP):
how and when?
M.J.C.M. Rutten; ‘s-Hertogenbosch/NL
Interlude: The history of radiology in Colombia
11:20
Interlude: Colombia, magical realism
11:25
A-782 Minor interventional procedures in tropical diseases
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about appropriate technique in MSK joint and tendon
intervention.
2. To learn about the complications.
3. To illustrate the evidence on the use of steroids and PRP.
A. Morillo; Bogota/CO
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about various manifestations of tropical diseases.
2. To review cases of tropical diseases that can benefit from
interventional procedures.
3. To become familiar with the role of interventional radiology in the
diagnosis and management of tropical diseases.
4. To understand the indications of interventional procedures in specific
manifestations of tropical diseases.
11:39
A-778 D. Painful solitary bone lesions: what is the most
appropriate approach?
F. Arrigoni; L’Aquila/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn which painful bone lesions can be treated.
2. To learn how to plan the treatment and how to choose the most
appropriate technique.
3. To illustrate complications and diagnostic follow-up.
10:30–12:00
Room B
11:45
Panel discussion:
Minimally-invasive procedures: is there a place for the
non-interventionalradiologists?
10:30–12:00
Room O
Professional Challenges Session
ESR meets Colombia
PC 18
EM 3
10:30
A-783/A-784 Chairmen’s introduction
From practice to reality: how we do it
Welcome by the ESR President:
L. Donoso; Barcelona/ES
Presiding:
K. Riklund; Umea/SE
F.G. Lubinus; Bucaramanga/CO
10:30
A-779 Introduction
F.G. Lubinus; Bucaramanga/CO
Session Objectives:
1. To have a glance at our country’s peculiarities; not only the cultural
aspects, but also its laws and management of diseases.
2. To explore new ways of finding solutions to possible problems
presented in our profession.
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Monitoring safety and quality
G. Frija1, A. Torresin2; 1Paris/FR, 2Milan/IT
Session Objectives:
1. To introduce experiences of safety and quality management.
2. To focus on the specific aspects of dose management.
3. To highlight the need of a strong IT support.
10:35
A-785 Experience of total management of quality and safety
L. Oleaga Zufiría; Barcelona/ES
Learning Objectives:
1. To introduce the concept of overall quality and safety in a radiology
department.
2. To define the distinct aspects of quality and safety to be monitored.
3. To indicate several tools that can be used or implemented for quality
control.
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10:55
A-786 Dose monitoring systems in CT
11:31
A-792 C. Paediatric abdominal imaging
D. Caramella; Pisa/IT
S.G.F. Robben; Maastricht/NL
Learning Objectives:
1. To highlight the importance of systematic dose monitoring in CT.
2. To demonstrate that dose monitoring may reduce clinically
unjustified variations.
3. To propose a paradigm shift from risk communication to safety
assurance.
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the imaging features of congenital disorders of the
abdomen.
2. To describe the diagnostic evaluation and imaging presentation of
appendicitis in children.
3. To describe the diagnostic evaluation and imaging presentation of
volvulus and intussusception in children.
4. To understand the imaging presentation of the most common
oncologic disorders of the abdomen in children.
11:15
A-787 Experience from a group of imaging centres
A. Palkó; Szeged/HU
Learning Objectives:
1. To explain how quality and safety management principles may be
realised in the everyday practice of radiology service providers.
2. To discuss the significance of standardising various aspects of quality
and safety in workflow management, image and report quality and
patient comfort.
3. To emphasise the importance of uniform attitude and networking in
a multi-centre service-providing system.
11:30
A-788 Dose monitoring systems in interventional radiology
A. England; Salford/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To introduce the concept of dose monitoring systems within
interventional radiology.
2. To focus on the different dose monitoring solutions available within
clinical practice.
3. To highlight the benefit of real-time dose monitoring for patients and
staff.
11:45
Panel discussion:
What are the bottlenecks in safety and quality
management?
10:30–12:00
Room F1
E3 - European Diploma Prep Sessions
E3 1823
Paediatric
12:30–13:30
Room B
E3 - The Beauty of Basic Knowledge:
Breast Imaging
E3 24E
High-risk lesions: solving the dilemma
Moderator: J. Camps Herrero; Valencia/ES
12:30
A-793 High-risk lesions: solving the dilemma
A. Linda; Udine/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the most common high risk lesions and their
respective breast cancer risks.
2. To know how to manage these lesions in a multimodal way.
3. To understand how to deal with these lesions in terms of intervention
and follow-up.
12:30–13:30
Room D1
E3 - The Beauty of Basic Knowledge:
Chest Imaging
E3 25E
Dose optimisation made easy in
computed tomography of the chest
Moderator: N. Howarth; Chêne-Bougeries/CH
10:30
A-789 Chairman’s introduction
V. Donoghue; Dublin/IE
Session Objectives:
1. To understand the imaging features of the most common congenital
and neoplastic disorders of the brain in children and adolescents.
2. To describe the imaging presentations of the most common disorders
of the lung and mediastinum in the paediatric age group.
3. To be familiar with the imaging features of important acute disorders
of the abdomen in children and adolescents.
10:33
A-790 A. Paediatric neuro imaging
M.I. Argyropoulou; Ioannina/GR
D. Tack; Baudour/BE
Learning Objectives:
1. To review the frequently used terms in qualifying CT dose.
2. To learn how to explain dose description to your patients.
3. To know the lack of appropriateness of the terms used.
13:00
A-795 B. CT angiography and CT of lung disease
X. Montet; Geneva/CH
Learning Objectives:
1. To review practical methods of dose reduction in CT angiography
and CT of lung disease.
2. To learn how to apply these methods in everyday practice.
3. To know that these practical methods are independent of the CT
scanner.
11:02
A-791 B. Paediatric chest imaging
C. Owens; London/UK
Learning Objectives:
1. To describe the normal development of the lung and mediastinum.
2. To explain imaging features of congenital disorders of the lung and
mediastinum.
3. To understand the imaging manifestations of respiratory distress and
bronchopulmonary dysplasia in infants.
4. To describe the most common tumours of the chest in children.
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Learning Objectives:
1. To describe the normal development of the brain.
2. To explain the most common congenital disorders of the brain.
3. To understand the most common brain tumours in children and
adolescents.
12:30
A-794 A. Dose descriptors
Postgraduate Educational Programme
14:00–15:30
Room F1
E3 - European Diploma Prep Sessions
E3 1923
Urogenital
14:00
A-803 Chairman’s introduction
D. Akata; Ankara/TR
Session Objectives:
1. To become familiar with the imaging presentation of common
neoplastic and infectious disorders of the kidneys.
2. To describe the typical imaging features of calculous and neoplastic
disorders of the ureter and bladder.
3. To understand the imaging presentation of benign and malignant
disorders of the prostate.
14:03
A-804 A. Renal and adrenal imaging
L.E. Derchi; Genoa/IT
Learning Objectives:
1. To describe the normal imaging anatomy and variants of the kidney
and adrenal.
2. To understand the imaging features of benign and malignant
tumours of the kidneys.
3. To describe imaging features of benign and malignant tumours of the
adrenal glands.
4. To explain the imaging features of infectious disorders of the kidneys.
14:32
A-805 B. Imaging of the ureter and bladder
J.-M. Correas, R. Renard Pena, O. Hélénon; Paris/FR
Learning Objectives:
1. To explain the imaging anatomy and variants of the ureter and
bladder.
2. To understand the diagnostic evaluation and imaging features of
calculi of the ureter and bladder.
3. To describe the imaging features of benign and malignant tumours of
the ureter and bladder.
15:01
A-806 C. Prostate imaging
H.C. Thoeny; Berne/CH
Learning Objectives:
1. To explain the PIRADS system in prostate imaging.
2. To describe the imaging features of benign prostatic hypertrophy.
3. To understand the imaging features of prostate cancer.
4. To describe the imaging features of inflammatory changes of the
prostate.
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SCIENTIFIC
SESSIONS AND
CLINICAL TRIALS
I N R A D I O LO GY
Session numbers are prefixed by SS
Presentation numbers are prefixed by the letter B
The Clinical Trials in Radiology sessions are listed at the end of this section. (page 339)
There are 53 Invest in the Youth
scientific paper presenters at ECR 2016.
You can find their sessions marked with
SPEAKER
SUPPORTED
BY
INVEST IN
THE YOUTH
on the following pages.
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Scientific Sessions
10:30–12:00
11:50
B-0011
Room B
Abdominal Viscera
CT differentiation of gallbladder neuroendocrine
tumours from adenocarcinomas
T. Kim, S. Kim, K. Lee, J. Han; Seoul/KR
SS 201a
Pancreas and bile ducts
Moderators: B. Choi; Seoul/KR, G. Zamboni; Verona/IT
10:30–12:00
10:30
B-0001
Distribution and correlation of pancreatic gland
and duct dimensions on MRCP in patients without
evidence of chronic pancreatitis
Breast
SS 202
F. Akisik, Q. Wang, G. Jennings, T. Tirkes, K. Sandrasegaran;
Indianapolis, IN/US
10:38
B-0002
Use of grape molasses “Pekmez” as a negative
oral contrast agent for magnetic resonance
cholangiopancreatography
MRCP pancreatic dimensions as predictors of chronic
pancreatitis severity
F. Akisik, Q. Wang, G. Jennings, T. Tirkes, K. Sandrasegaran;
Indianapolis, IN/US
10:54
B-0004
SPEAKER
SUPPORTED
BY
INVEST IN
THE YOUTH
11:02
B-0005
Breast biopsy
Moderators: S. Allen; Sutton/UK, N.N.
10:30
B-0012
SPEAKER
SUPPORTED
BY
INVEST IN
THE YOUTH
B. Degirmenci, M. Kara, H. Demirtas, A. Umul, O. Yılmaz, A. Senol,
M. Kayan; Isparta/TR
10:46
B-0003
Room C
10:38
B-0013
SPEAKER
SUPPORTED
BY
INVEST IN
THE YOUTH
10:46
B-0014
Type 1 and type 2 autoimmune pancreatitis:
is there any difference in MRI?
R. Negrelli, G. Avesani, E. Boninsegna, L. Frulloni, R. Manfredi,
R. Pozzi Mucelli; Verona/IT
True false negative rate of benign histology after
stereotactic vacuum-assisted biopsy for BI-RADS IV
calcifications in the breast
F.E.M. Dams, P.J. Westenend, H.S. Roodenburg-Kooij,
M.C. Rozendaal, M.C.J.M. Kock; Dordrecht/NL
A comprehensive analysis of factors contributing to
marker migration during stereotactic core needle
breast biopsies
M. Khalid, A. Jain, M.M. Qureshi, K. Buch, A. Hirsch, M.W. Grinstaff,
J.A. Kaplan, B.N. Bloch; Boston, MA/US
Vacuum-assisted breast biopsy guided by dedicated
breast CT: first clinical experiences compared with
conventional stereotactic breast biopsy
S. Wienbeck, E. von Fintel, J. Lotz, U. Fischer; Göttingen/DE
MRI-MRCP findings in focal and diffuse autoimmune
pancreatitis and comparison of focal type of the head
and of the body-tail
10:54
B-0015
G. Avesani, R. Negrelli, E. Boninsegna, L. Frulloni, R. Manfredi,
R. Pozzi Mucelli; Verona/IT
Management strategies for benign papillomas
without atypia diagnosed at percutaneous imaging
guided breast core biopsy in recently published
reports
S. Moon, H. Jung, K. Ko, S. Kim; Seongnam-si/KR
11:10
B-0006
Pancreatic cysts as incidental finding in populationbased imaging: clinical relevance
11:02
B-0016
M.-L. Kromrey, J.-P. Kühn, R. Bülow, J. Hübner, N. Hosten;
Greiswald/DE
11:18
B-0007
L. Gristina, F. Valdora, L. Cevasco, B. Bignotti, S. Tosto, F. Monetti,
F. Rossi, A. Tagliafico, M. Calabrese; Genoa/IT
Multimodal MRI of the liver for detecting of acute
inflammation in patients with primary sclerotic
cholangitis
11:10
B-0017
J. Yamamura, S. Keller, H. Kooijman, F. Kording, C. Schramm,
T. Schuler, G. Adam; Hamburg/DE
11:26
B-0008
MR cholangiography screening in longstanding
IBD: prevalence of bile duct pathology indicative of
sclerosing cholangitis in a population based cohort
2
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11:18
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A.K. Lunder , J.R. Hov , A. Borthne , E. Viktil , G. Johannesen ,
K. Tveit4, J. Gleditsch5, M. Vatn1, A. Negård1; 1Lørenskog/NO,
2
Oslo/NO, 3Skien/NO, 4Kristiansand/NO, 5Fredrikstad/NO
Correlation of UK 5-point breast imaging
classification and BI-RADS classification of
calcification with final histology. Which is a better
predictor of malignancy?
L. Metaxa1, T. Suaris1, K. Hunter2, P. Dilks1, S. Dani1, S. O’Keeffe1;
1
London/UK, 2Dublin/IE
Extra-hepatic portal vein obstruction (EHPVO) with
cholangiopathy: imaging based criteria on the basis
of CT and MRCP findings for disease classification
and management
S. Thapar, S. Desai, A.S. Bhadoria, S. Pargewar, S. Rajesh, A. Mukund,
K. Bansal, B. Surekha, S.K. Sarin; New Delhi/IN
11:42
B-0010
Non-surgical complete excision of small suspicious
breast lesions using the breast lesion excision biopsy
system (BLES)
N.M. Abdel Razek; Giza/EG
1
11:34
B-0009
Effects on short-term quality of life of vacuum
assissted breast biopsy: comparison between digital
breast tomosynthesis and digital mammography
Added value of point shear-wave elastography in the
diagnosis of acute cholecystitis
11:26
B-0019
MR-only lesions: yield of biopsy
M. Boada, J. Vilanova, J. Barcelo, M. Villalón; Girona/ES
11:34
B-0020
Ultrasound-guided core-needle breast biopsy:
comparison of small-sized needles (16G/18G) versus
14G needle diagnostic accuracy
R. Rella, M. Giuliani, F. Patrolecco, S.E. Di Giovanni, G. Carlino,
M. Romani, P. Rinaldi, P. Belli, L. Bonomo; Rome/IT
J.E. Kim, D.S. Choi, K. Bae, C.Y. Jeong, H.O. Kim; Jinju/KR
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11:42
B-0021
Vacuum-assisted complete excision of solid
intraductal/intracystic masses and complex cysts:
is follow-up necessary?
11:26
B-0030
V. Quinn-Laurin, J.-C. Hogue, S. Pinault, N. Duchesne; Quebec,
QC/CA
11:50
B-0022
Quantitative 3D breast ultrasound analysis may
reduce the number of biopsies for benign breast
lesions
A. Priola, S. Priola, D. Gned, A. Veltri; Orbassano/IT
11:34
B-0031
Room Z
F. Giganti, A. Ambrosi, D. Chiari, A. Esposito, C. Staudacher,
A. Del Maschio, F. De Cobelli; Milan/IT
11:42
B-0032
Molecular Imaging
SS 206
10:30
B-0023
Gd-EOB-DTPA-enhanced magnetic resonance
imaging combined with T1 mapping predicts the
degree of differentiation in hepatocellular carcinoma
Z.M.H.S. Peng; Guangzhou/CN
PET/CT and MR in oncology
Moderators: S. Chatziioannou; Athens/GR, N.N.
Added value of apparent diffusion coefficient in
the preoperative MRI staging of gastric cancer:
comparison with postoperative histology
11:50
B-0033
Benefit assessment of 18F-FDG-PET/CT in patients
with advanced melanoma based on the analysis
of clinical management changes using the “linked
evidence approach”
Investigation of a novel small field of view hybrid
compact gamma camera (HCGC) for scintigraphic
imaging
M.S. Alqahtani1, J.E. Lees1, S.L. Bugby1, L.K. Jambi1, B. Bhatia1,
N. Dawood1, W. McKnight1, A.H. Ng2, A.C. Perkins2; 1Leicester/UK,
2
Nottingham/UK
S.-C. Schüle, P. Martus, A. Forschner, K. Nikolaou, C. la Fougère,
B. Gückel, C. Pfannenberg; Tübingen/DE
10:30–12:00
10:38
B-0024
10:46
B-0025
Tumour heterogeneity measurement using [18F] FDG
PET/CT in patients with lung cancer
GI Tract
N.M. Hughes, P. Murphy, T. Mou, E. Wolsztynski, J. Huang,
F. O’Sullivan, K.N. O’Regan; Cork/IE
SS 201b
FDG SUVmax and metabolic tumour burden are
associated with major chemotherapy-related tumour
markers in NSCLC patients
10:30
B-0035
Morphological distribution and metabolic activity of
brown adipose tissue in adult humans
A.S. Becker, H.W. Nagel, C. Wolfrum, I.A. Burger; Zurich/CH
11:02
B-0027
11:10
B-0028
10:38
B-0036
10:46
B-0037
Optimisation of iterative image reconstruction for
high-definition digital PET/CT
C.L. Wright1, K. Binzel1, J. Zhang1, E. Wuthrick1, P. Maniawski2,
M.V. Knopp1; 1Columbus, OH/US, 2Cleveland, OH/US
CT characteristics and clinical relevance of the
small-bowel faeces sign in patients with small-bowel
obstruction: are there different faeces signs?
W. Khaled1, L. Corno1, A.-M. Chuong1, M. Benadjaoud2,
I. Boulay-Coletta1, M. Zins1; 1Paris/FR, 2Villejuif/FR
10:54
B-0038
Phase Ia trial comparing digital photon counting
detector PET/CT with current photomultiplier
PET technology for Yttrium-90 imaging after
radioembolisation
Initial experiences with ultra low-dose CT scanning in
body packers
J.P.D. Noordmans, R.W.F. Geenen, A.M. Wagenvoort, W. Kool,
P.R. Algra; Alkmaar/NL
K. Binzel, J. Zhang, T. Saif, A. Siva, C. Lehn, M.V. Knopp; Columbus,
OH/US
11:18
B-0029
MR enterography in Celiac disease: correlation with
endoscopic, histopathologic, serologic and genetic
features
A. Radmard, A. Hashemi Taheri, E. Salehian Nik, S. Kolahdoozan,
B. Mirminachi, G. Ekhlasi, M. Sotoudeh, R. Malekzadeh,
B. Shahbazkhani; Tehran/IR
Evaluation of 68Ga-PSMA-PET/CT in primary staging
of prostate cancer patients
C. Uprimny, A. Kroiss, L. Geraldo Roig, C. Decristoforo, D. Kendler,
E. von Guggenberg, I.J. Virgolini; Innsbruck/AT
A guided tour through the GI tract
Moderators: K. Skrobisz-Balandowska; Gdansk/PL,
B.E. Van Beers; Clichy/FR
L. Bai, Y. Guo, X. Duan; Xi’an/CN
10:54
B-0026
Room O
Meckel’s diverticulum revisited: MDCT by tracing
distal ileal artery of superior mesenteric artery for
identifying origin of Meckel’s diverticulum
Y. Ra, Y. Ku, S. Lee; Gyeonggi-do/KR
11:02
B-0039
Imaging of gastrointestinal melanoma metastases:
correlation with surgical and pathological findings
A.E. Othman, T. Eigentler, G. Bier, C. Kloth, C. Pfannenberg,
H. Bösmüller, C. Thiel, K. Nikolaou, B. Klumpp; Tübingen/DE
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Wednesday
A.S.S. Meel-van den Abeelen, G. Weijers, J.C.M. van Zelst,
J.M. Thijssen, R.M. Mann, C.L. de Korte; Nijmegen/NL
10:30–12:00
Accuracy of diffusion-weighted MR for distinguishing
benign conditions from tumours of the anterior
mediastinum: comparison of perfusion sensitive vs.
perfusion free ADC measurements
Scientific Sessions
11:10
B-0040
Gastrointestinal involvement from renal cell
carcinoma: CT findings and clinicoradiologic features
11:02
B-0049
H. Park, H. Kim, S. Park, J. Lee, A. Kim, H. Ha; Seoul/KR
11:18
B-0041
M. Avanesov, J. Münch, J. Weinrich, L. Well, D. Säring, C. Stehning,
E. Tahir, G. Adam, G. Lund; Hamburg/DE
Midgut neuroendocrine tumours: is there a link
between mesenteric fibrosis and carcinoid heart
disease?
11:10
B-0050
V. Rodriguez Laval, M. Pavel, I. Steffen, B. Wiedenmann, T. Denecke;
Berlin/DE
11:26
B-0042
Imaging in dengue: what every radiologist needs to
know
11:18
B-0051
Complex morbidity - perianal fistulae and
involvement of external genitalia: MR imaging
findings and significance of fistulogram
11:26
B-0052
Image quality and diagnostic acceptability of a novel
80 kVp CT low dose protocol with automated tube
current modulation in screening of body packing
10:30–12:00
11:34
B-0053
Cardiomyopathies (1)
11:42
B-0054
Moderators: F. Bamberg; Tübingen/DE, R. Dore; Pavia/IT
LGE cardiac imaging on a 3-T scanner: retrospective
comparison of breath-holding two-dimensional (2D)
phase-sensitive inversion recovery (PSIR) and breathholding 2D IR sequences
11:50
B-0055
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Radiation-induced myocardial injury after mediastinal
radiotherapy for esophageal cancer
N. Kadoya, H. Ota, R. Umezawa, Y. Nakajima, M. Saito, K. Takase,
K. Jingu; Sendai/JP
10:30–12:00
Sphericity index (SI) of the left ventricle assessed by
cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging (CMRI)
in non-ischemic dilated cardiomyopathies
A. Zidi, N. Mnif; Tunis/TN
10:46
B-0047
Compared analysis of two different software for iron
overload quantification in cardiac MRI
R. Malago, G. Sala, M. Tezza, C. Barbiani, G. Finetto, G. Tabacco,
S. Catelan, R. Pozzi Mucelli; Verona/IT
V. Vellucci, A. Mancini, A. Di Sibio, F. Bruno, L. Panebianco, M. Paoli,
R. Masi, E. Di Cesare, C. Masciocchi; L’Aquila/IT
10:38
B-0046
Increased epicardial fat and signs of impaired sistolic
left ventricular function in NAFLD patients: MRI
evaluation and correlation with abdominal and liver
fat
C. Berzovini, R. Faletti, G. Battisti, E. Vanni, C. Gallesio, E. Mosso,
E. Bugianesi, M. Rizzetto, G. Gandini; Turin/IT
Room N
Cardiac
10:30
B-0045
Native myocardial T1-times are not necessarily
increased with myocardial collagen: a preclinical
study in hypertensive hypertrophic heart disease
U. Reiter1, G. Reiter1, G. Adelsmayr1, M. Manninger1, J. Schipke2,
A. Greiser3, C. Mühlfeld2, H. Post4, M. Fuchsjäger1; 1Graz/AT,
2
Hannover/DE, 3Erlangen/DE, 4Berlin/DE
J. Aissa, J. Boos, C. Rubbert, J. Caspers, C. Thomas, P. Kröpil,
G. Antoch, F. Miese; Düsseldorf/DE
SS 203a
Quantitative T1 mapping for detecting fibrosis and
myocardial interstitial expansion in hypertrophic
cardiomyopathy
D. An, L. Wu, B. Chen, R. Ouyang, J. Xu; Shanghai/CN
S. Devu, U. Matapathi, P. Pantrangam, K. Marathu, R. Sunnadkal;
Hyderabad/IN
11:42
B-0044
Delayed myocardial enhancement in paediatric
hypertrophic cardiomyopathy: correlation with LV
functional and demographic parameters
N.H. Behairy, W. EL Mozy, S. El Saeidi, M. Shafik; Cairo/EG
K. Shirodkar, H. Mohanty, M. Bind, V. Mulla, S. Nandikoor, S. Reddy,
S. H.N, G. Mallarajapatna; Bangalore/IN
11:34
B-0043
Prediction of the estimated 5 year risk of sudden
cardiac death (SCD) by quantitative CMR sequences
in patients with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM)
Room L8
Vascular
SS 215
Vasculopathy: form and function
Moderators: M. Reiter; Vienna/AT,
A. Van der Lugt; Rotterdam/NL
Diagnostic implications of feature tracking derived
left and right atrial strain parameters in CMR-positive
acute myocarditis
10:30
B-0056
B. Baessler1, A. Dick1, F. Schaarschmidt2, G. Michels1, D. Maintz1,
A.C. Bunck1; 1Cologne/DE, 2Hannover/DE
Validation of a novel analytical approach to
quantitative myocardial edema imaging in acute
myocarditis using T2-mapping
B. Baessler1, F. Schaarschmidt2, A. Dick1, M. Treutlein1,
B. Schnackenburg3, C. Stehning3, G. Michels1, D. Maintz1, A.C. Bunck1;
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Cologne/DE, 2Hannover/DE, 3Hamburg/DE
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F-fluorocholine PET-CT imaging of vulnerable
atherosclerotic plaques: prospective study with
immunohistochemical validation
S.A. Vöö1, R. Kwee1, J. Sluimer1, F. Schreuder1, R. Wierts1,
R. van Oostenbrugge1, M.J. Daemen2, F.M. Mottaghy1, M. Kooi1;
1
Maastricht/NL, 2Amsterdam/NL
10:38
B-0057
Assessment of endothelial dynfunction, coronary and
carotid atherosclerosis in juvenile diabetics
M.A.A.A. Salem; Aguza - Giza/EG
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10:46
B-0058
10:30–12:00
3D black-blood T1-mVISTA for detection of temporal
and ophthalmic artery involvement in patients with
giant cell arteritis
N.N. Sommer1, K.M. Treitl1, E. Coppenrath1, H. Kooijman2,
W.H. Sommer1, M.F. Reiser1, T. Saam1; 1Munich/DE, 2Hamburg/DE
10:54
B-0059
Comparative study of neovascularisation in
homogeneous and heterogeneous with juxtaluminal
black area hypoechoic carotid plaques by SMI and
CEUS
11:02
B-0060
The relation between cardiovascular risk factors and
aortic wall characteristics in healthy, young adults
using 3D black-blood VISTA magnetic resonance
vessel wall imaging
Musculoskeletal
SS 210
Moderators: R. Hemke; Amsterdam/NL,
I.-M. Noebauer-Huhmann; Vienna/AT
10:30
K-03
Common genetic influence on the carotid and
femoral intima-media thickening: new potential in
screening?
10:39
B-0067
10:47
B-0068
10:55
B-0069
Morphology of atherosclerotic plaques in carotid
arteries determined by computed tomography and
10-year cardio-vascular risk assessment (risk SCORE)
in patients with hypertension
Genetic variability in the renin-angiotensinaldosterone system and volume of carotid bodies
evaluated by carotid artery computed tomography
angiography in hypertensive patients
11:11
B-0071
Is class III obesity increase cardiovascular risk?
11:19
B-0072
Ultrasonographic evaluation of CCA and FA IMT
and compliance after atorvastatin treatment in
premenopausal dyslipidaemic females
N. Yurttutan1, M. Baykara1, O. Gundogdu Secen2, B. Kizildag1,
M.A. Sarica1; 1Kahramanmaras/TR, 2Elazig/TR
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Value of Dixon based MRI for the evaluation
of inflammatory activity on sacroiliac joint comparative with variety of fat suppression and
water-fat separation methods
B. Alvarez de Sierra Garcia1, J. Calatayud2, D. Exposito2; 1Madrid/ES,
2
Mostoles/ES
11:27
B-0073
M. Baykara, F.M. Yazar, N. Yurttutan, B. Kızıldağ, M.A. Sarıca;
Kahramanmaraş/TR
11:50
B-0066
Sacroiliac radiographic progression after a 2 years
follow-up period in recent onset spondyloarthritis:
data from the DESIR cohort
M. Dougados, C. Demattei, R. van den Berg, F. Thevenin,
M. Reijnierse, D. Loeuille, A. Feydy, P. Claudepierre, D. van der Heijde;
Paris/FR
P. Jazwiec, P. Gac, M. Chaszczewska-Markowska, K. Bogunia-Kubik,
G. Mazur, R. Poreba; Wroclaw/PL
11:42
B-0065
Does a multiplanar precontrast approach improve
our diagnostic confidence for bone marrow edema
detection and localisation in the sacroiliac joint of
patients with spondyloarthritis?
C. Giraudo, M. Weber, A. Puchner, J. Grisar, F. Kainberger,
C. Schueller-Weidekamm; Vienna/AT
N. Nelassov, M. Morgunov, I. Hripun, V. Dombrovsky, S. Vorobiev,
O. Eroshenko, T. Karkoshka; Rostov-on-Don/RU
11:34
B-0064
Diagnostic value of MRI changes within the sacroiliac
joint space in spondyloarthritis
F. Laloo1, N. Herregods1, G. Varkas1, J. Jaremko2, X. Baraliakos3,
D. Elewaut1, F. Van den Bosch1, K. Verstraete1, L. Jans1; 1Gent/BE,
2
Edmonton, AB/CA, 3Herne/DE
11:03
B-0070
Sonographic assessment of brachial artery
reactive hyperemia in patients with diabetes and
polymorphism in the gene of nitric oxide endothelial
synthase using time interval method
Evaluation of inflammatory activity in psoriatic
arthritis of the hand with integrated 18F-PET/MRI
N. Guberina, A. Körber, M. Forsting, A. Bockisch, A. Sabet, T. Pöppel;
Essen/DE
P. Gac, P. Jazwiec, M. Poreba, G. Mazur, R. Poreba; Wroclaw/PL
11:26
B-0063
Identification of specific CT features for the
diagnosis of CPPD arthropathy of the wrist
K. Ziegeler, T. Diekhoff, S. Hermann, A. Böttner, B. Hamm,
K.-G. Hermann; Berlin/DE
D.L. Tarnoki1, A.D. Tarnoki1, B. Fejer1, L. Littvay1, P. Maurovich Horvat1,
P. Lucatelli2, C. Baracchini3, G. Schillaci4, M.A. Stazi2; 1Budapest/HU,
2
Rome/IT, 3Padua/IT, 4Terni/IT
11:18
B-0062
Keynote lecture
B. Vande Berg; Brussels/BE
A.L.M. Eikendal1, H.M. den Ruijter1, C. Haaring1, J.J.M. Westenberg2,
R.J. van der Geest2, M.L. Bots1, I.E. Hoefer1, T. Leiner1; 1Utrecht/NL,
2
Leiden/NL
11:10
B-0061
Trauma and inflammation
Wednesday
Q. Yong, L. Zhang, L. Feng, J. Yuan, S. Shi, J. Bao, T. Pu; Beijing/CN
Room E1
Medial collateral ligament avulsion fracture of the
knee: classification and imaging features
H.-S. Koo, W. Jin, S. Park, J. Kim, J. Park, K. Ryu; Seoul/KR
11:35
B-0074
Comparison of ssEPI-DWI derived ADC maps with
standard FS PD-TSE sequences for detection of
traumatic bone marrow lesions (BML) after knee
trauma
A. Klengel1, S. Klengel2, I. Boettger2, N. Roenisch2, T. Kahn1,
P. Stumpp1; 1Leipzig/DE, 2Riesa/DE
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11:43
B-0075
A systematic review of studies assessing the
anatomic centres of the femoral and tibial footprints
of the anterior cruciate ligament
11:34
B-0085
A.P. Parkar1, M.E.A.P. Adriaensen2, S. Vindfeld1, E. Solheim1;
1
Bergen/NO, 2Heerlen/NL
11:51
B-0076
C. Eraslan, M. Calli, A. Oral, O. Kitis, S. Yilmaz; Izmir/TR
11:42
B-0086
Visualisation of the popliteomeniscal fascicles in
the posterolateral corner of the knee with 3D-MRI: a
feasibility study
A.L. Falkowski1, R.W. Huegli2, J.A. Jacobson3, M.T. Hirschmann2,
O. Magerkurth4; 1Basle/CH, 2Bruderholz/CH, 3Ann Arbor, MI/US,
4
Baden/CH
10:30–12:00
Comparison of the diagnostic success of MR imaging,
FDG- PET imaging and FDG-PET/MR fusion images in
the imaging of pharmacoresistant epilepsy
Hippocampal malrotation in benign temporal lobe
epilepsy: a volumetric study
K. Rahmat, C.-Y. Lau, K.-S. Lim, N. Ramli; Kuala Lumpur/MY
11:50
B-0087
Epilepsy cases: fMRI and MR tractography as
qualitative and quantitative tools for proper
localisation and pre-operative planning
M.K. Metkees1, A.M. Sarry El Din1, Y. Abbas2, E. Geneidi2, A. Gaber2,
W. Reda2; 1Giza/EG, 2Cairo/EG
Room E2
Neuro
SS 211a
Paediatric and epilepsy
Moderators: N. Bargalló; Barcelona/ES, I. Koerte; Munich/DE
10:30
B-0077
Room F1
Oncologic Imaging
SS 216a
Connectivity-based parcellation of the developing
foetal thalamus: topological changes during
gestation
A. Jakab, G. Kasprian, G.M. Gruber, D. Prayer, G. Langs; Vienna/AT
10:38
B-0078
10:30–12:00
Hepatocellular cancer: characterisation,
response and recurrence
Moderators: M.A. Bali; Brussels/BE, A. Fohlen; Caen/FR
10:30
B-0088
Accuracy in antenatal ultrasound in diagnosis of
posterior fossa lesions with postnatal MRI correlation
Comparison of HCC tumour size measured in MRI and
histopathology: does the sequence matter?
M. Armbruster, D. Nörenberg, K. Hoffmann, J. Andrassy, H. Kramer;
Munich/DE
S. Bhatnagar1, D. Shah2; 1Delhi/IN, 2Mumbai/IN
10:46
B-0079
10:38
B-0089
Graph theory analysis of single-subject grey matter
structure may be beneficial in the diagnostic work-up
of malformations of cortical development
The correlation between the minimum and average
ADC values of hepatocellular carcinoma and
pathological grade
X. Li, K. Zhang, Z. Ye; Tianjin/CN
L.R. Kozák, G. Gyebnár, Z. Klimaj, G. Rudas, P. Barsi; Budapest/HU
10:54
B-0080
10:46
B-0090
Data-driven identification of white matter
(WM) changes can help finding hard-to-identify
malformations of cortical development (MCDs)
G. Gyebnar, Z. Klimaj, G. Rudas, P. Barsi, L.R. Kozak; Budapest/HU
11:02
B-0081
Quantitative approach to the posterior cranial fossa
and cranio-cervical junction in asymptomatic children
with achondroplasia
S. Ahn1, J. Kim1, S. Kim1, J. Han1, Y. Jang2; 1Seoul/KR, 2Incheon/KR
10:54
B-0091
M. Panfili, R. Calandrelli, G. D’Apolito, G. Di Lella, C. Colosimo;
Rome/IT
11:10
B-0082
Structural brain alterations of Down syndrome in
early childhood evaluation by DTI and volumetric
analyses
The role of combined structural MR imaging and
spect in refractory epilepsy
H. Taha, K. Rahmat, K.-S. Lim, F. Fadzli, N. Ramli; Kuala Lumpur/MY
11:26
B-0084
Combing interictal arterial spin-labelling (ASL)
MRI perfusion and FDG PET in assessment of focal
cortical dysplasia (FCD) causing intractable epilepsy
The role of diffusion weighted MR imaging in
follow-up of response of loco regional interventional
therapy of hepatocelleular carcinoma
H.M.K. Imam, H.M.A.H. Seif, G.S. Seifeldein, W.M. Abbas; Assuit/EG
11:02
B-0092
The role of perfusion-CT as an early predictor of
survival in patients with advanced hepatocellular
carcinoma treated with Sorafenib
G. Querques, D. Ippolito, C. Talei Franzesi, P. Bonaffini, A. Nasatti,
S. Sironi; Monza/IT
H. Günbey1, M. Ceyhan Bilgici1, K. Aslan1, A. Has2, M. Ogur1, A. Alhan2,
L. Incesu1; 1Samsun/TR, 2Ankara/TR
11:18
B-0083
Hepatocellular carcinoma: preoperative gadoxetic
acid-enhanced MRI to predict early recurrence,
microscopic vessel invasion and tumor grade using
image features and texture analysis
11:10
B-0093
Diagnostic accuracy of dual-energy CT with
spectral imaging compared to single-energy CT in
hepatocellular carcinoma: radiologic-pathologic
correlation
G. Lorenzoni, I. Bargellini, D. Lauretti, F. Turini, V. Caciagli,
D. Campani, R. Cioni, C. Bartolozzi; Pisa/IT
A. Garg, K. Bhullar, S. Gaikwad, M. Tripathi, M. Tripathi, G. Shukla,
M.B. Singh, S. Chandra, C.S. Bal; New Dehli/IN
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11:18
B-0094
Advanced hepatocellular carcinoma: pre-treatment
contrast-enhanced CT texture as prognostic
biomarker in patients treated with sorafenib
11:11
B-0104
S. Mulé1, B. Ganeshan2, A. Dohan3, G. Thiéfin1, C. Hoeffel1; 1Reims/FR,
2
Brighton/UK, 3Paris/FR
11:26
B-0095
Contrast-enhanced ultrasound features for
differentiation of histologically proven small
solitary (d 2cm) liver metastases and hepatocellular
carcinomas
H. Pasquier, F. Gardavaud, M. Chiaradia, F. Legou, A. Rahmouni,
A. Luciani; Creteil/FR
11:19
B-0105
11:27
B-0106
Y. Ueno1, T. Yoshikawa1, Y. Ohno1, N. Negi1, H. Inokawa2, N. Sugihara2,
T. Murakami1, Y. Fujisawa2, K. Sugimura1; 1Kobe/JP, 2Otawara/JP
D. Ippolito, G. Querques, C. Talei Franzesi, P.A. Bonaffini, S. Lombardi,
S. Sironi; Monza/IT
11:42
B-0097
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11:50
B-0098
Imaging of tumour vessel normalisation under anti
angiogenic therapy
11:35
B-0107
M. Bouaboula, L. Mauge, D. Bouda, I. Galy-Fauroux, G. Autret,
D. Helley, D. Balvay, L. Fournier; Paris/FR
RGD modified nano iron probe targeted
hepatocellular carcinoma cells
Model-based iterative reconstruction technique for
low radiation dose abdominal CT: comparison with
hybrid iterative reconstruction and filtered back
projection techniques
Standard deviation and noise power spectrum as
critera for achievable dose reduction with three types
of iterative reconstruction
G. Van Gompel, N. Buls, J. de Mey; Brussels/BE
11:43
B-0108
Y. Xu, Y. Xu; Shanghai/CN
Effect of tube voltage on CT radiation dose:
compared with 100 kVp vs 120 kVp using iterative
reconstruction algorithm
K. Sim, M. Kim, B. Park, D. Sung, N. Han; Seoul/KR
10:30–12:00
Room F2
Physics in Radiology
10:30–12:00
Room D1
Chest
SS 213
CT imaging: effects of body size and
use of iterative reconstruction
SS 204
10:30
K-04
10:30
B-0109
Keynote lecture
Is body mass index superior to body weight as a
surrogate parameter in the calculation of size specific
dose estimates (SSDE)?
Whole lung dynamic perfusion CT for risk
stratification of arterial occlusions
L. Jimenez-Juan1, H. Mehrez1, C. Dey1, S. Homampour1,
P. Salazer-ferrer2, N. Paul1; 1Toronto, ON/CA, 2Minnetonka, MN/US
J. Andersson; Umeå/SE
10:39
B-0099
Pulmonary vessels and perfusion
Moderators: E.E.J.G. Coche; Brussels/BE, N.N.
Moderators: B.M. Gramer; Munich/DE,
A. Jahnen; Esch-sur-Alzette/LU
10:38
B-0110
J. Boos, J. Aissa, P. Heusch, R.S. Lanzman, C. Schleich, C. Thomas,
G. Antoch, P. Kröpil; Düsseldorf/DE
Dual-energy pulmonary blood volume CT for
treatment evaluation of balloon pulmonary
angioplasty for chronic thromboembolic pulmonary
hypertension
H. Ota, H. Takagi, K. Sugimura, K. Takase; Sendai/JP
10:47
B-0101
Body mass index based GSI assist in abdominal CT:
investigation of radiation dose and image noise
10:46
B-0111
Y. Chai, J. Gao, P. Lv; Zhengzhou/CN
10:55
B-0102
The effect of KV Assist on radiation dose reduction
and image quality for abdominal CT in different BMI
groups
P. Hou; Zhengzhou/CN
11:03
B-0103
Iterative reconstruction comparison in CT: model
base (MBIR-VEO), adaptive statistical (ASIR) and
new adaptive statistical iterative (ASIR-V)
A new CT-score predictor of haemodynamic changes
in patients with chronic thromboembolic pulmonary
hypertension
M.B. Leone, M. Giannotta, M. Palazzini, M. Cefarelli, S. Martìn Suàrez,
M.L. Bacchi Reggiani, N. Galiè, M. Zompatori; Bologna/IT
10:54
B-0112
Pulmonary vessel volume (PVV) change vs change in
forced vital capacity (FVC) as a predictor of mortality
in IPF
J. Jacob1, B. Bartholmai2, R. Karwoski2, A. Nair1, S. Raghunath2,
S. Rajagopalan2, S.L.F. Walsh1, A. Wells1, D. Hansell1; 1London/UK,
2
Rochester, MN/US
P. De Marco, M. Guernieri, D. Origgi; Milan/IT
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Diagnostic value of quantitative perfusion maps with
CT-perfusion technique in assessment of tumour
response to Sorafenib treatment in patients with
advanced HCC lesions
Comparison of different iterative and FBP
reconstruction techniques with respect to image
quality in chest CT examinations
H.K. Andersen1, D. Völgyes2, A. Stray-Pedersen1, A.C.T. Martinsen1;
1
Oslo/NO, 2Gjøvik/NO
W. Wang, Y. Dong, X.-L. Zhang, F. Mao; Shanghai/CN
11:34
B-0096
Assessment of new model-based iterative
reconstruction kernels for the detectability of small
hypervascular liver lesions: a phantom study
Scientific Sessions
11:02
B-0113
Prognostic value of CT-angiographic features of
right ventricular dysfunction in patients with acute
pulmonary embolism
M. Wiśniewska, P. Palczewski, M. Gołębiowski, M. Bielecki, S. Goliszek,
P. Pruszczyk; Warsaw/PL
11:10
B-0114
The relation between severity of contrast reflux
into the inferior caval vein on CTA and mortality in
patients with acute pulmonary embolism
W. Kroon1, A. Braber2, J.-W.C. Gratama2, F. van Raamt2, P.E. Spronk2,
H.J. van der Zaag-Loonen2; 1Deventer/NL, 2Apeldoorn/NL
11:18
B-0115
Acute pulmonary embolism among patients with
and without malignancy: comparison of cardiac
measurements using CT pulmonary angiography
G. Aviram, Y. Hadad, E. Soikher, A. Bendet, S. Berliner, S. Greenberg,
Y. Topilsky, T. Ziv-Baran, A. Milwidsky; Tel-Aviv/IL
11:34
B-0117
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10:54
B-0123
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11:02
B-0124
Automatic assessment of cardiac load due to
acute pulmonary embolism: saddle vs. central and
peripheral emboli distribution
G. Aviram, O. Sadovnik, E. Soikher, A. Bendet, T. Ziv-Baran,
S. Berliner, H. Shmueli, L. Friedensohn, Y. Topilsky; Tel-Aviv/IL
11:26
B-0116
10:46
B-0122
Pulmonary arteriovenous malformations in hereditary
hemorrhagic telangiectasia: correlations between
computed tomography findings and cerebral
complications
11:10
B-0125
Coronary and vascular calcification assessed by
computed tomography in patients with pulmonary
embolism
Diagnostic imaging in the diagnosis of suspected
pulmonary embolism during pregnancy and the
immediate post-partum period
10:30–12:00
11:18
B-0126
11:26
B-0127
11:34
B-0128
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11:42
B-0129
10:38
B-0121
US/CT guided percutaneous treatment of renal
tumours using radiofrequency and microwave
ablation
Renal T1 tumours and ablative techniques: which one
to use?
Comparison of cryoablation and microwave ablation
for percutaneous renal ablation: focus upon safety
and efficacy
11:50
B-0130
Ablation outside the liver
Ultrasound-guided radiofrequency ablation (RFA) to
treat benign thyroid nodules: effectiveness after one
and six months
C. De Angelis, C.G. Monaco, L.C. Pescatori, F. Sardanelli,
L.M. Sconfienza, G. Mauri; San Donato Milanese/IT
R. Cervelli, S. Mazzeo, B. Pontillo Contillo, L. De Napoli, P. Miccoli,
D. Caramella; Pisa/IT
E. Mavrovi, M. Cuinet, B. Richioud, C. Mastier, F. Pilleul, G. Chvetzoff,
A.-C. Kalenderian; Lyon/FR
Evaluation of microwave ablation (MWA) of lung
malignancies with real-time enhanced spatial energy
control to achieve a spherical ablation zone
MWA, RFA and LITT in patients with non-colorectal
lung metastases: comparative evaluation of tumour
volume and recurrence rates
T.J. Vogl, S. Exner, S. Zangos, K. Eichler, N.-E. Nour-Eldin;
Frankfurt a. Main/DE
10:30–12:00
Room K
Genitourinary
SS 207
Radiofrequency ablation as an alternative local
treatment for hyperfunctional solid thyroid nodules:
a single centre experience
Evaluation of pain reduction after percutaneous
thoracic cryoneurolysis in chest wall metastatic
patients
T.J. Vogl, L. Basten, B. Panahi, N.-E. Nour-Eldin, N.N.N. Naguib;
Frankfurt a. Main/DE
Moderators: G. Carrafiello; Varese/IT, M. Tsitskari; Athens/GR
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Management of renal tumours by US-guided
radiofrequency ablation: our experience in 140
patients
A. Velarde Pedraza, A. Gil Sierra, J. Abadal Villayandre,
E. Galvez Gonzalez, M. Alvarez Perez; Madrid/ES
Room D2
Interventional Radiology
10:30
B-0120
E. Mavrovi, H. Beji, O. Tredan, T. Bachelot, I. Ray-Coquard, P. Heudel,
M. Peix, N. Guerin, F. Pilleul; Lyon/FR
G. Mauri, G.M. Varano, P. Della Vigna, G. Bonomo, F. Orsi; Milan/IT
S. Reddy, A. Hill, D. Patel; Edinburgh/UK
SS 209
Primary breast tumour percutaneous cryoablation in
patients with metastatic breast cancer
S. Grigoriadis1, D. Filippiadis1, J. Zechlinski2, A. Mazioti1, A. Kelekis1,
S. Tutton2, N. Kelekis1; 1Athens/GR, 2Wisconsin, WI/US
M.C. Williams1, N. Morley1, K. Muir1, E.J.H. van Beek1, J.H. Reid2,
J. Murchison1; 1Edinburgh/UK, 2Melrose/UK
11:50
B-0119
A. Pisani Mainini1, L.M. Sconfienza1, M. Alì1, G. Di Leo1, F. Sardanelli1,
G. Mauri2; 1Milan/IT, 2San Donato Milanese/IT
A.C. Montealegre Angarita, M. Rendon Villa, X. Serres, E. Trilla,
M. Juarez Garcia; Barcelona/ES
J. Etievant, N. Vinurel, S. Dupuis-Girod, E. Decullier, D. Gamondes,
C. Khouatra, V. Cottin, D. Revel; Bron/FR
11:42
B-0118
Thermal ablation of benign thyroid nodules: a
systematic review and meta-analysis
Technical advances
Moderators: U.G. Mueller-Lisse; Munich/DE,
R. Turkay; Istanbul/TR
10:30
B-0131
Preoperative CT findings to predict postoperative
inguinal hernia after robot-assisted laparoscopic
radical prostatectomy
K. Sim, D. Sung, N. Han, B. Park, M. Kim, Y. Cho, S. Cho; Seoul/KR
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10:38
B-0132
10:30–12:00
MR spectroscopy in the differentiation of benign,
borderline and malignant cystic epithelial ovarian
tumours
F. Ma, J. Qiang, G. Zhang; Shanghai/CN
10:46
B-0133
Radiographers
SS 214
10:30
B-0142
10:38
B-0143
J. Mc Nulty1, S. Lewis2, S. Lane3, P. White4, S. Mackay3; 1Dublin/IE,
2
Sydney/AU, 3Liverpool/UK, 4Hong Kong/HK
11:18
B-0137
2
2
11:02
B-0146
J.G. Stowe, J. McNulty; Dublin/IE
11:10
B-0147
11:18
B-0148
Renal allograft shearwave elastography: a new
diagnostic tool to assess chronic allograft alterations
compared with biopsy
11:26
B-0149
N. Gaini1, E. Yilmaz1, B. Çağlı1, S.A. Tuncel1, M. Bulakci2, H. Genchellac1,
M.E. Ünlü1; 1Edirne/TR, 2Istanbul/TR
1
2
2
2
Radiographer’s expectations for role development: a
survey in the perspective of Norwegian radiography
students
F. Tavares, A.F.C.L. Abrantes, L.P. Ribeiro, R.P.P. Almeida, J.P. Pinheiro,
K.B. Azevedo, S. Rodrigues; Faro/PT
11:42
B-0151
Zoomed EPI-DWI of the kidney using twodimensional spatially-selective radiofrequency
excitation pulses
Validation of a competence profile for MR
radiographers using a formal research process
J. Castillo1, C.J. Caruana1, P.S. Morgan2, C. Westbrook3, A. Mizzi1;
1
Msida/MT, 2Nottingham/UK, 3Cambridge/UK
11:34
B-0150
The contribution of diffusion tensor imaging in
chronic kidney disease
A national survey on radiographers and research:
roles and attitudes
K.G. Vikestad1, L. Hafskjold2, E. Kjelle2, S. Sebuodegaard1, S. Hofvind1;
1
Oslo/NO, 2Kongsberg/NO
C. Sportoletti, S. Brocchi, A. Croci Chiocchini, A. Scrivo, G. Comai,
C. Serra, A. Marchetti, M. Zompatori; Bologna/IT
11:50
B-0141
The impact of education on radiologic technology as
a developing scientific discipline in Austria
G. Unterhumer, L. Handlechner; Vienna/AT
MRI to evaluate the response of the locally advanced
cervical cancer to CCRT: MRS (magnetic resonance
spectroscopy), DWI (diffusion weighted image) and
T2WI
H. Kwon, B. Kang; Seoul/KR
11:42
B-0140
Blending healthcare and educational technologies
to enhance radiography healthcare information
technology education
2
F. Albarello , G.C. Parenti , I. Nanni , F. Ansaloni , A. Passari ,
M. Giganti1, P. Campioni1, M. Valentino3; 1Ferrara/IT, 2Ravenna/IT,
3
Tolmezzo/IT
11:34
B-0139
Inter-professional simulation-based education in
trauma: human factors
M.L. Howard, C. Brown, J. Morse; Aberdeen/UK
Addition of diffusion-weighted imaging for the
clinical MR assessment of acute pyelonephritis
(APN): a prospective multicentric study
2
Social media and simulation: using a simulation suite
and digital media to develop analytical and reflective
skills in the undergraduate radiographer
E.M. Carver; Wrexham/UK
Acustic radiation force impulse (ARFI) evaluation of
small (<4 cm) renal masses-preliminary results
1
11:26
B-0138
10:46
B-0144
10:54
B-0145
C. Bruno, A. Bucci, C. Dallaserra, R. Pozzi Mucelli; Verona/IT
Emotional intelligence and academic performance in
radiography education
Good practice: lumbosacral spine x-ray examination
K. Paalimäki-Paakki, A. Henner; Oulu/FI
2
Y. He , P. Riffel , D. Hausmann , S.O. Schönberg , U. Attenberger ;
1
Beijing/CN, 2Mannheim/DE
11:50
B-0152
Accuracy of the interpretation of chest radiographs
for the radiographers
L.P. Ribeiro1, D. Pinto1, A.F.C.L. Abrantes1, R.P.P. Almeida1,
K.B. Azevedo1, J.P. Pinheiro1, S. Rodrigues1, C.A. da Silva2; 1Faro/PT,
2
Evora/PT
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Perfusion and diffusion characteristics of endometrial
malignancy based on intraxovel incoherent motion
MR imaging at 3.0 T: differentiation from uterine nonmalignant tissues
J. Liu, Z. Wang; Tianjin/CN
11:10
B-0136
Continuing professional development (CPD)
considerations in a newly state registered profession
J.M. Grehan, M.-L. Butler, L.A. Rainford; Dublin/IE
Evaluation of slice encoding for metal artefact
correction (SEMAC) sequences in patients with
intrauterine contraceptive device: removing metal
artifacts in MR scans of female pelvic regions
C. Guo1, Z. Wang1, H. Zhang1, T. Qian2, N. Yutaka3; 1Changchun/CN,
2
Beijing/CN, 3California, CA/US
11:02
B-0135
Radiographers’ education: the
curriculum
Moderators: P.H. Hogg; Manchester/UK, N.N.
Sonoelastography in differentiation between
endometrial hyperplasia and endometrial carcinoma
M. Shady, M. Abdel Latif, H. Nabil; Mansoura/EG
10:54
B-0134
Room G
Scientific Sessions
10:30–12:00
Room M 1
10:30–12:00
Room M 2
Head and Neck
Paediatric
SS 208
SS 212
Orbits and olfaction
Moderators: L.S. Politi; Worcester, MA/US,
T. Rodt; Hannover/DE
Moderators: P. Gulino; Florence/IT, D. Prayer; Vienna/AT
10:30
B-0163
10:30
K-02
Keynote lecture
P.-Y. Marcy; Ollioules/FR
10:39
B-0153
Usefulness of colour Doppler flow imaging in the
management of lacrimal gland lesions
Can real-time ultrasound elastography be used in
early period of Graves’ ophthalmopathy instead of
MRI?
K. Agladioglu, E.N. Cetin, G. Pekel, R. Yagci, K. Yilmaz; Denizli/TR
11:03
B-0156
Infra-orbital nerve involvement on MRI in IgG4related ophthalmic disease (IgG4-ROD): a specific
sign?
A. Lecler, J. Bensoussan, R. Deschamps, H. Picart, O. Galatoire,
M. Zmuda, J.-C. Sadik; Paris/FR
11:19
B-0158
10:46
B-0165
Paediatric CNS T1 shortening after gadolinium:
influence of radiation and chemotherapy
S. Kinner, T.B. Schubert, S. Rebsamen, R. Bruce, S. Reeder, H. Rowley;
Madison, WI/US
10:54
B-0166
Subarachnoid/subdural hyper-intensity on diffusionweighted MRI predicts severe brain parenchymal
injury in children with meningitis?
Z. Qiao; Shanghai/CN
11:02
B-0167
Safety of gadoteric acid in over 1,600 children
included in a prospective observational study
M. Hackenbroch, D. Chang, D. Maintz; Cologne/DE
11:10
B-0168
Isolated and syndromic corpus callosum dysgenesis
(CCD): diagnostic value of foetal MRI
S. Bernardo, V. Vinci, M. Saldari, E. Marchionni, A. Antonelli, A. Pizzuti,
C. Catalano, L. Manganaro; Rome/IT
Post-orbital exenteration: CT findings
S.M. Elkhamary; Riyadh/SA
11:27
B-0159
Dynamic susceptibility-weighted contrast-enhanced
(DSC) perfusion MR imaging in paediatric neurooncology, first step: a clinical feasibility study
M. Martucci, A. Botto, G.M. Di Lella, E. Ruberto, R. Russo,
T. Verdolotti, S. Gaudino, C. Colosimo; Rome/IT
Diffusion tensor imaging of extraocular muscle in
thyroid associated orbitopathy
J. Han, H. Seo, H. Lee, Y. Lee; Ansansi Gyunggido/KR
11:11
B-0157
10:38
B-0164
Morphometric symptoms of dacryocystitis in nonenhanced computed tomography
A. Ageev1, A. Dergilev2, V. Obodov1, O. Zykov1; 1Ekaterinburg/RU,
2
Novosibirsk/RU
10:55
B-0155
Arterial spin labeling predicts cerebellar tumour
grading in children: correlations between
histopathological vascular density and perfusion MRI
V. Dangouloff-Ros1, C. Deroulers2, E. Shotar1, D. Grévent1, R. Calmon1,
S. Puget1, F. Brunelle1, P. Varlet1, N. Boddaert1; 1Paris/FR, 2Orsay/FR
A. Lecler, F. Lafitte, P. Koskas, E. Nau, P.-V. Jacomet, O. Berges;
Paris/FR
10:47
B-0154
Brain and neck
11:18
B-0169
Residence times of non-specific gadolinium-based
contrast media in orbital mass lesions: results of
pharmocokinetic contrast-enhanced MRI studies
Application of 3D cranial ultrasonography for followup of neonates: can it replace follow-up 2D cranial
ultrasonography?
Y. Kim, Y. Choi, J.-E. Cheon, H. Choi, T. Kim, H. Cho, J.-E. Park, W. Kim,
I.-O. Kim; Seoul/KR
K. Erb-Eigner, P. Asbach, M. Taupitz, R. Lawaczeck; Berlin/DE
11:35
B-0160
11:26
B-0170
Ocular color Doppler ultrasound (OCDUS)
assessment of blood flow velocities changes in
central retinal artery (CRA) and vein (CRV) after islet
transplantation in type 1 diabetic patients
A. Di Chiara, M. Venturini, P. Maffi, L. Piemonti, P. Fiorina, A. Secchi,
F. De Cobelli, A. Del Maschio; Milan/IT
11:43
B-0161
Diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging in
diabetic retinopathy
11:34
B-0171
Evaluation of parotid glands with real-time
ultrasound elastography in children
11:42
B-0172
Ultrasonographic differentiation between
thyroglossal duct cyst and dermoid cyst in children
H. Choi, Y. Choi, J.-E. Cheon, W. Kim, I.-O. Kim, S. Jang; Seoul/KR
Evaluation of olfactory functional MRI in major
depressive patients before and after treatment
S. Hibat-Allah, K. Tran Dong, D. Ducreux; Paris/FR
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A. Hambardzumyan, N.H. Dallakyan; Yerevan/AM
G. Gungor1, N. Yurttutan1, N. Bílal1, M.S. Menzilcioglu2, M. Duymus2,
S. Avcu2, S. Citil1; 1Kahramanmaras/TR, 2Ankara/TR
V. Burulday, K. Örnek, M. Inal, H. Güler, B. Ünal Daphan, N. Örnek;
Kirikkale/TR
11:51
B-0162
Intraoperative navigated neuroultrasound in elective
and urgent enfant and paediatric neurosurgery
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Diagnostic reference levels for emergency head CT in
paediatric patients
Z. Vawda, W. Groenewald, J.M. Akudugu, R.D. Pitcher;
Cape Town/ZA
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Room M 3
Cardiac
SS 203b
11:43
B-0183
The evolving role of cardiac CT
Moderators: F. Cademartiri; Rotterdam/NL,
G. Feuchtner; Innsbruck/AT
Differences in aortic valve area estimation due
to left ventricular outflow tract area discrepancy
measured by transthoracic echocardiography and CT
planimetry
J. Fijalkowska, D. Galaska, J. Pienkowska, B. Regent, K. Dziadziuszko,
R. Galaska, E. Szurowska, M. Fijalkowski; Gdansk/PL
10:30
K-01 Keynote lecture
F. Wolf; Vienna/AT
Oncologic Imaging
C.S.I., coronary scene investigation: plaque
composition analysis in a STEMI population
SS 216b
10:30
B-0184
Diagnostic accuracy of coronary CT angiography
with 3rd generation dual-source CT and automated
tube voltage selection: clinical application in a nonobese and obese patient population
S. Mangold1, J. Wichmann1, C. De Cecco1, A. Varga-Szemes1,
D. Caruso1, Z. Poole1, S. Fuller1, K. Nikolaou2, U.J. Schoepf1; 1Charleston,
SC/US, 2Tübingen/DE
10:55
B-0176
10:38
B-0185
Contrast media reduction in CT-angiography of
coronary artery bypass grafts
Preliminary study on high-pitch dual-source CT
coronary angiography with low contrast volume
injection protocols at ultra low tube voltage (70kV)
Y. Yi, Y.-N. Wang, J.-M. Liu, J. Cao, Y. Wang, Z.-Y. Jin; Beijing/CN
11:11
B-0179
10:46
B-0186
10:54
B-0187
The impact of different fat compartments on the
presence of coronary artery disease
Coronary computed tomographic angiography
at 80 kVp and knowledge-based iterative model
reconstruction is non-inferior to that at 100 kVp with
iterative reconstruction
11:10
B-0189
Change of liver metastases under therapy: do target
lesions represent the changes in the hepatic tumour
burden?
F.O. Hofmann, V. Heinemann, J. Holch, A. Baumann, N. Hesse,
M. D‘Anastasi, W.H. Sommer; Munich/DE
11:18
B-0190
A vulnerability marker for coronary artery plaque
using ECG-gated CT histographic analysis:
comparison with intravascular ultrasound (IVUS)
Contrast-enhanced diffusion-weighted MRI vs
contrast-enhanced CT for detecting liver metastases
for potentially resectable pancreatic ductal
adenocarcinoma
J.J. Hermans, D. Riviere, E. van Geenen, M. van Zanten, S. Radema,
K. van Laarhoven; Nijmegen/NL
O. Ghekiere1, A. Nchimi1, J. Djekic1, M. El Hachemi1, M. Isabelle1,
D. Hansen2, P. Vanhoenacker3, A. De Roos4, P. Dendale2; 1Liège/BE,
2
Hasselt/BE, 3Aalst/BE, 4Leiden/NL
11:35
B-0182
Hyperintensity on delayed-phase, gadobutrolenhanced MRI is a significant predictor of survival
in a nonsurgical population with colorectal liver
metastases
H.M. Cheung, J. Kim, J.M. Hudson, L. Milot; Toronto, ON/CA
11:02
B-0188
Coronary CT angiography: patient-related factors
determining image quality using a volumetric CT
scanner
Evaluation of primary and secondary liver lesions:
dual energy CT (DECT) vs. MRI
T.J. Vogl, N. Ring, R. Bauer, M. Kerl; Frankfurt a. Main/DE
J. Lee, C. Park, T. Kim; Seoul/KR
11:27
B-0181
Interval increase in lesion enhancement on
hepatocellular phase gadoxetic acid enhanced MRI is
associated with complete response to chemotherapy
in colorectal liver metastases
S. Islam, R. Yinn, A. Riddell, H. Tam, D.-M. Koh; London/UK
Z.D. Drobni, M. Kolossvary, D. Horcsik, J. Karady, A. Jermendy,
A.D. Tarnoki, G. Jermendy, B. Merkely, P. Maurovich-Horvat;
Budapest/HU
11:19
B-0180
Impact of preoperative sarcopenia and visceral
obesity, assessed through CT-scan imaging, on
postoperative outcome in pancreatic cancer patients
undergoing pancreaticoduodenectomy
A. Damascelli, G. Cristel, N. Pecorelli, G. Carrara, M. Braga,
A. Del Maschio, F. De Cobelli; Milan/IT
K. Higashigaito, A. Plass, D. Husarik, F. Maisano, H. Alkadhi;
Zurich/CH
11:03
B-0177
Advanced imaging methods (2)
Moderators: C. Ayuso; Barcelona/ES,
O.V. Kucheruk; Moscow/RU
S.R. Fuller, D. Caruso, S. Hinen, J.L. Wichmann, C.N. De Cecco,
S. Mangold, C. Tesche, A. Varga-Szemes, U.J. Schoepf; Charleston,
SC/US
10:47
B-0175
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Chemical shift MRI at 3 T to differentiate
hepatocellular carcinoma and non-hepatocellular
malignant tumors of the liver
K. Ozturk, E. Soylu, G. Savci; Bursa/TR
C. Lim1, J. Park1, J. Lee1, E.-J. Kang2; 1Taegu/KR, 2Busan/KR
11:26
B-0191
Whole liver CT texture analysis to predict the
development of colorectal liver metastases: a
multicentre study
R.C.J. Beckers1, D.M. Lambregts1, R.S. Schnerr1, S.-X. Rao2,
A.G.H. Kessels1, M. Maas1, G.L. Beets3, C. Verhoef4, R.G.H. Beets-Tan3;
1
Maastricht/NL, 2Shanghai/CN, 3Amsterdam/NL, 4Rotterdam/NL
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10:39
B-0174
10:30–12:00
Scientific Sessions
11:34
B-0192
Whole volume vs segmental CT texture analysis of
the liver: can we predict which areas are at risk to
develop metachronous colorectal liver metastases?
11:18
B-0201
R.C.J. Beckers1, D.M. Lambregts1, R.S. Schnerr1, A.G.H. Kessels1,
M. Maas1, S.R. Pruijssers1, L.A. da Costa Andrade2, G.L. Beets3,
R.G.H. Beets-Tan3; 1Maastricht/NL, 2Coimbra/PT, 3Amsterdam/NL
11:42
B-0193
Quantitative functional MRI in a clinical orthotopic
model of pancreatic cancer in immunocompetent
Lewis rats
L. Valero1, S. Marco2, N. Fretellier1, F. Baudimont3,
J.-L. Guerquin-Kern2, M. Rasschaert1, P. Robert1, J.-M. Idee1, C. Corot1;
1
Roissy/FR, 2Orsay/FR, 3Saint Herblain/FR
11:26
B-0202
L. Zheng, Z. Zhang, W. Li, A.C. Gordon, A.C. Larson; Chicago, IL/US
11:50
B-0194
Multimodality imaging to assess immediate response
following irreversible electroporation in patients with
malignant hepatic tumours
Imaging and identification of gadolinium deposits in
deep cerebellar nuclei of gadodiamide-repeatedly
treated rats
Signal intensity evaluation in dentate nuclei, pons,
globus pallidus and thalamus in patients with
multiple sclerosis: gadolinium retention assessment
C. Tramontini, J.A. Mora, F. Aluja, C. Herazo-Bustos, C. Navas;
Bogota/CO
11:34
B-0203
K. Sugimoto, K. Saito, Y. Kobayashi, F. Moriyasu; Tokyo/JP
MRI analysis of diffuse axonal injury: haemorrhagic
lesions in the mesencephalon indicate poor longterm outcome
S. Abu Hamdeh, N. Marklund, M. Lannsjö, T. Howells, R. Raininko,
J. Wikström, P. Enblad; Uppsala/SE
10:30–12:00
Room M 5
Neuro
SS 211b
11:42
B-0204
P. Pullens1, L. Claes2, J. Verheyden2, P.M. Parizel1,
.. on behalf of CENTER-TBI Participants&Investigators1; 1Antwerp/BE,
2
Leuven/BE
Gadolinium deposition and trauma
Moderators: H. Hanelore; Cluj-Napoca/RO, N.N.
10:30
B-0195
Comparative study of Gd deposits in rat brain after
repeated, high doses of linear and macrocyclic
contrast agents for magnetic resonance imaging
11:50
B-0205
J. Lohrke; Berlin/DE
10:38
B-0196
Accumulation of gadolinium-based contrast media
in the dentate nucleus and globus pallidus: a 18-year
longitudinal study of a multiple sclerosis cohort
Y. Forslin, F. Hashim, S. Shams, G. Bergendal, J. Martola,
M. Kristoffersen-Wiberg, S. Fredrikson, P. Aspelin, T. Granberg;
Stockholm/SE
10:46
B-0197
10:54
B-0198
High T1 signal intensity in the dentate nucleus after
multiple exposures to gadiodiamide: intra-individual
comparison between T1- weighted spin echo and 3D
MP-RAGE sequences
14:00–15:30
Changes in brain signal intensity (SI) after repeated
injections of gadolinium-based contrast agent
(GBCA): a systematic review
SS 301a
14:00
K-05
Keynote lecture
A.M. Riddell; London/UK
14:09
B-0206
Combined gadoxetic acid and gadofosveset
enhanced liver MRI for detection and characterisation
of liver metastases
P. Bannas1, C. Bookwalter2, T. Ziemlewicz2, U. Motosugi3,
A. Munoz del Rio2, T. Potretzke2, G. Adam1, S. Nagle2, S.B. Reeder2;
1
Hamburg/DE, 2Madison, WI/US, 3Yamanashi/JP
14:17
B-0207
Efficiency of non-contrast-enhanced liver imaging
sequences added to initial rectal MRI in rectal cancer
patients
S. Kim, K. Kim, S. Hwang, S. Park, H. Kim; Suwon-si/KR
Signal change on unenhanced T1-weighted images in
dentate nucleus following gadobenate dimeglumine
in patients with and without previous multiple
administrations of gadodiamide
J. Ramalho, R.C. Semelka, M. AlObaidy, M. Ramalho,
R. Hoffmann Nunes, M. Castillo; Chapel Hill, NC/US
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Liver metastases: detection,
characterisation and treatment
response assessment
Moderators: E. Kasatkina; Heidelberg/DE,
A.M. Riddell; London/UK
G. Di Leo, F. Doniselli, M. Alì, F. Sardanelli; San Donato Milanese/IT
11:10
B-0200
Room B
Abdominal Viscera
J. Ramalho, M. Ramalho, M. AlObaidy, R. Hoffmann Nunes,
M. Castillo, R.C. Semelka; Chapel Hill, NC/US
11:02
B-0199
Structured reporting of traumatic brain injury
CT images by trained neuroscientists for clinical
research: an inter-rater reliability study
T. Vande Vyvere1, L. Claes2, L. van den Hauwe1, G. Wilms2, D. Smeets2,
P.M. Parizel1; 1Antwerp/BE, 2Leuven/BE
Does gadolinium remain in our heads? A
comparison trial of T1 signal intensity after repeated
administration of gadoterate meglumine
B.-N. Marincu, M. Forsting, L. Umutlu; Essen/DE
High quality MRI data needs visual quality control: a
multicenter experience
ECR 2016 | Final Programme
14:25
B-0208
Can we predict the treatment response of colorectal
liver metastasis using hepatobiliary phase (HBP) in
Gd-EOB-DTPA-enhanced MR imaging?
H. Lee, C. Lee, Y. Park, J. Lee, J. Choi, K. Kim, C. Park; Seoul/KR
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Scientific Sessions
14:33
B-0209
Presurgical staging of colorectal liver metastases
after chemotherapy: evaluation with diffusionweighted MR imaging and gadoxetic acid-enhanced
MRI at 3T device
P. Boraschi, F. Donati, L. Urbani, M. Castagna, F. Pacciardi, R. Gigoni,
F. Falaschi; Pisa/IT
14:41
B-0210
Comparison of PET/CT and geometric accuracy for
predicting local tumour progression 24 h post-RF
ablation of liver metastases
F. Vandenbroucke, J. Vandemeulebroucke, J. de Mey; Brussels/BE
15:05
B-0213
P. Clauser1, M. Bazzocchi2, M. Marcon3, M.A. Marino1, C. Zuiani2,
M. Dietzel4, P.A.T. Baltzer1; 1Vienna/AT, 2Udine/IT, 3Zurich/CH,
4
Erlangen/DE
14:40
B-0221
14:48
B-0222
14:56
B-0223
Comparision of contrast-enhanced ultrasound with
CT in differential diagnosis of liver abscess from
malignant hepatic tumours
15:04
B-0224
15:12
B-0225
SS 302
15:20
B-0226
Breast innovation, biomarkers
Moderators: C.S. Balleyguier; Villejuif/FR,
M.H. Fuchsjäger; Graz/AT
14:00
B-0216
Quantification of microvascular hemodynamics
in mice breast cancer using in vivo synchrotron
radiation (SR) microangiography
M. Torii1, T. Fukui2, M. Inoue1, S. Kanao1, T. Inagaki3, H. Tsuchimochi3,
K. Umetani4, M. Shirai3, M. Toi1; 1Kyoto/JP, 2Tokyo/JP, 3Osaka/JP,
4
Hyogo/JP
14:08
B-0217
A prospective evaluation of a 3D functional infrared
imaging for risk assessment in women at high risk for
breast cancer
D. Izhaky1, A. Shalmon2, A. Rundstein2, Y. Servadio2, M. Gotlieb2,
E. Mor1, M. Sklair-Levy2; 1Air Port City/IL, 2Ramat Gan/IL
14:00–15:30
Room Z
Computer Applications
SS 305
Developing tools for clinical workflow
management
Moderators: L. Faggioni; Pisa/IT, B. Gibaud; Rennes/FR
Opto-acoustic breast imaging: downclassification
and upclassification of suspicious breast masses
R.M. Pijnappel1, C. Meeuwis2, B. Bisschops3, J. Veltman4, P.T. Lavin5,
R.M. Mann6; 1Utrecht/NL, 2Arnhem/NL, 3Dordrecht/NL,
4
Hengelo/NL, 5Framingham, MA/US, 6Nijmegen/NL
14:16
B-0218
Diffuse reflectance spectroscopy measured during
biopsy procedures for tissue characterisation of
breast tissue
L.L. de Boer1, C.E. Loo1, G.A. Winter-Warnars1, J.W. Spliethoff1,
T.M. Bydlon2, B.H. Hendriks2, A. Fioole-Bruining1, M. van Loveren1,
T.J. Ruers1; 1Amsterdam/NL, 2Eindhoven/NL
Room C
Breast
Hybrid PET-MR for predicting pathologic complete
response to neadjuvant chemotherapy in breast
cancer - preliminary experiences
B. Goorts, M.L. Smidt, S. Vöö, F.M. Mottaghy, J.E. Wildberger,
M.B.I. Lobbes; Maastricht/NL
Y. Lee, H. Lee, Y. Cha, S. Wee, K. Yoon; Iksan/KR
14:00–15:30
Second-look US using real-time virtual sonography
increases the sonographic detection rate of MRIdetected lesions with non-mass like enhancement on
breast MRI
S. Nakano, K. Fujii, J. Kousaka, Y. Mouri, T. Ando, R. Tetsuka, M. Goto,
T. Imai, T. Ishiguchi; Aichi/JP
J.D. Kovac, G. Lilic, A. Djuric-Stefanovic, L. Lazic, D. Vasin, T. Nikolic,
M. Mitrovic, D. Masulovic, D. Saranovic; Belgrade/RS
15:21
B-0215
Visualisation of microcalcifications by conebeam breast CT in comparison to full field digital
mammography
S. Wienbeck, E. von Fintel, J. Lotz, U. Fischer; Göttingen/DE
Evaluation of primary and secondary liver lesions:
dual energy CT (DECT) vs. MRI
The value of diffusion-weighted MRI for the
differentiation of intrahepatic cholangiocellular
carcinoma and solitary hypovascular liver metastases
The predictive factors associated with the early and
late recurrence in breast cancer: predictive factors on
radiography and clinical-pathology
B. Kim, E. Choi, S. Choi, G. Jin; Jeonju-si/KR
T.J. Vogl, N. Ring, M.J. Kerl, R.W. Bauer; Frankfurt a. Main/DE
15:13
B-0214
Beyond choline: in vivo proton MR-spectroscopy
fingerprinting of breast lesions
14:00
B-0227
What is the utility of three-dimensional surface
rendering reconstruction of volumetric CT data in
routine CT reporting?
J.S.Z. Lee1, E.K. Woo2; 1Oxford/UK, 2Buckinghamshire/UK
First clinical experiences with a noncontrast conebeam breast CT for the detection of breast masses
S. Wienbeck, E. von Fintel, J. Lotz, U. Fischer; Göttingen/DE
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14:08
B-0228
Structured reporting: evidence-based?
M. Nobel, S.G.F. Robben; Maastricht/NL
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14:57
B-0212
14:32
B-0220
Respiratory gated PET/CT of the liver: a novel
method and its impact on the detection of colorectal
liver metastases
A. Schulz, J.C. Godt, J.B. Dormagen, J.E. Holtedahl, T.V. Bogsrud,
K.J. Labori, N.-E. Kløw, T. Bach-Gansmo; Oslo/NO
Radiological imaging features of breast cancer
according to the molecular subtypes
M. Nazli; Istanbul/TR
Effect of duration of scan acquisition on 256 Slice
MDCT perfusion values in liver metastates
A.K. Sharma, N. Sharma; Delhi/IN
14:49
B-0211
14:24
B-0219
Scientific Sessions
14:16
B-0229
Structured reporting of CT examinations in acute
pulmonary embolism
14:17
B-0239
B.O.T. Sabel, J. Plum, N. Kneidinger, G. Leuschner, B. Raziorrouh,
L. Koletzko, R. Schinner, M.F. Reiser, F.G. Meinel; Munich/DE
14:24
B-0230
L. Lambert1, P. Ourednicek2, W. Giepmans3, J. Jahoda1, L. Hruska1,
A. Lambertova1, J. Danes1; 1Prague/CZ, 2Brno/CZ, 3Best/NL
Identifying structural quality deficits by systematic
reporting of erroneous action
A. Escher, S. Schindera, A. Streuber; Basle/CH
14:32
B-0231
14:25
B-0240
Radiology reporting workflows: the development and
testing of a semi-naturalistic observational technique
using eyetracking, scene video and screen capture
S.J. Rickaby, M. Colbert; Kingston upon Thames/UK
14:40
B-0232
Standard and ultra low-dose CT colonography:
comparison of performance of filtered back
projection, hybrid iterative reconstruction technique
and iterative model reconstruction
Initial study on radiation dose and image quality of
ultra-low current and voltage CT colonography with
iterative model reconstruction
Y. Lian1, W. Cao2, J. Dong1, H. Wang1, Y. Jiang1, J. Gao1;
1
Zhengzhou/CN, 2Guangzhou/CN
14:33
B-0241
Automatic indication detection for imaging decision
support in clinical workflows
Follow-up of acute complicated diverticulitis: role of
CT colonography
M. Bassi, E. Raimondi, Z. Ferrante, B. Malta, C. Montalto, R. Rizzati,
M. Giganti, G. Benea; Ferrara/IT
E. Pons, L.M.M. Braun, J.A. Kors, M.G.M. Hunink; Rotterdam/NL
14:48
B-0233
14:41
B-0243
CARDS: the decision support tool for radiologists
examining head CT images
P. Martynov, N. Mitropolskii, K. Kukkola, L. Mutanen, J. Reponen,
A. Makynen; Oulu/FI
14:56
B-0234
Big Data in optimising radiology management: from
passive storage to real-time response
O. Pianykh; Boston, MA/US
15:04
B-0235
Is explorative data analysis one milestone on the way
to value based radiology?
A. Escher, J. Truong, A. Streuber; Basle/CH
15:12
B-0236
Estimating prevalence of rare diseases using a large
radiology report database
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14:57
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Visceral fat volume as a predictor of acute
complicated diverticulitis
V.S. Martín, C.A. León, M.N. Hinestroza, L.O. Robador, F.D. Formoso,
L.S. Toledo, M.T. Mohamad, M.A. Armas, M.S. Rodriguez;
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria/ES
MR imaging in preoperative staging of primary colon
cancer patients: a feasibility study
E. Nerad1, M. Lahaye2, D.M. Lambregts3, E. Kersten1,
H. van den Bosch1, F. Bakers3, G. Beets2, H. Grabsch3,
R.G.H. Beets-Tan2; 1Eindhoven/NL, 2Amsterdam/NL, 3Maastricht/NL
Diagnostic performance of MR imaging in
preoperative staging of primary colon cancer
patients
E. Nerad1, M. Lahaye2, D.M. Lambregts3, E. Kersten1,
H.C.M. van den Bosch1, G. Beets2, F. Bakers3, H. Grabsch3,
R.G.H. Beets-Tan2; 1Eindhoven/NL, 2Amsterdam/NL, 3Maastricht/NL
C.E. Kahn; Philadelphia, PA/US
15:20
B-0237
15:05
B-0247
Identification of rare imaging findings: application of
natural language processing
M. Pannatier, P. Bize, D. Hahnloser, R. Meuli, S. Schmidt;
Lausanne/CH
E. Pons, J.J. Visser, M.G.M. Hunink; Rotterdam/NL
14:00–15:30
Room O
GI Tract
SS 301b
14:00–15:30
Colon
Keynote lecture
SS 303a
Diagnostic value of CAD-assisted CT colonography
in the assessment of nonpolypoid colorectal lesions
(NPLs) using CT colonography: a single-centre
experience
M. Santoni, M. Ciolina, A. Pichi, P. Baldassari, M. Iannitti, C. Cavallini,
D. Diacinti, F. Iafrate; Rome/IT
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Cardiomyopathies (2)
Moderators: J. Broncano; Cordoba/ES, A. de Roos; Leiden/NL
14:00
B-0248
M. Hellström; Gothenburg/SE
14:09
B-0238
Room N
Cardiac
Moderators: R. Maksimović; Belgrade/RS, T. Mang; Vienna/AT
14:00
K-06
Management of active colonic bleeding detected by
angio- MDCT: interventional radiology versus surgery
The role of cardiac magnetic resonance (CMR)
imaging in the differentiation of arrhythmogenic
right ventricular cardiomyopathy (ARVC) and
athlete’s heart
H. Vago, C. Czimbalmos, I. Csecs, A. Toth, F.I. Suhai, O. Kiss, N. Sydo,
D. Becker, B. Merkely; Budapest/HU
14:08
B-0249
Role of T1 mapping in cardiac amyloidosis
M. Dal Corso, E. Gavazzi, D. Farina, R. Maroldi; Brescia/IT
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Scientific Sessions
14:16
B-0250
Left-ventricular geometry associated with
outflow obstruction in patients with hypertrophic
cardiomyopathy: 3D CT analysis
14:08
B-0260
M. Brodmann1, C. Wissgott2, A. Holden3, R. Staffa4, T. Zeller5,
T. Vasudevan6, P. Schneider7; 1Graz/AT, 2Heide/DE,
3
Grafton Auckland/NZ, 4Brno/CZ, 5Bad Krozingen/DE,
6
Hamilton/NZ, 7Honolulu, HI/US
Y. Song, D. Yang; Seoul/KR
14:24
B-0251
Cardiac MR or delayed enhanced CT in patients
with sudden occurrence of ventricular arrhythmias
and normal coronary arteries: comparison with
endomyocardial biopsy
14:16
B-0261
Late gadolinium enhancement and systolic function
in non-ischemic dilated cardiomyopathy
T1mapping: diagnostic value in hypertrophic
cardiomyopathy with no apparent fibrosis in late
gadolinium enhancement
A. Meyer, A. Schmid, W. Lang, U. Rother; Erlangen/DE
14:32
B-0263
R. Ouyang, L. Wu, J. Xu; Shanghai/CN
14:48
B-0254
Role of cardiac magnetic resonance in the diagnosis
of ARVC/D and phenocopies
Early cardiac involvement in asymptomatic patients
with systemic sclerosis (Ssc) established using
cardiac magnetic resonance (CMR)
V. Vellucci, A. Di Sibio, A. Gennarelli, V. Felli, C. Marsecano,
G. Michelini, R. Masi, E. Di Cesare, C. Masciocchi; L’Aquila/IT
15:04
B-0256
Cardiac magnetic resonance (CMR) findings in
patients with new onset of ventricular arrhythmias
M. Cava, A. Esposito, G. Benedetti, D. Vignale, A. Palmisano,
A. Del Maschio, F. De Cobelli; Milan/IT
15:12
B-0257
Dobutamine stress-induced impairment of cardiac
and myocardial performance in a preclinical model of
HFpEF: a cardiac magnetic resonance imaging study
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U. Reiter , G. Reiter , G. Adelsmayr , M. Manninger , A. Alogna ,
A.F. Stalder3, D. Scherr1, H. Post2, M. Fuchsjäger1; 1Graz/AT,
2
Berlin/DE, 3Erlangen/DE
15:20
B-0258
CT vs MRI: comparison of right atrium volumetry
S. Rheinheimer, C. Reh, J. Figiel, A.H. Mahnken; Marburg/DE
14:00–15:30
Peripheral arteries: imaging and
therapy
Moderators: M. de Bucourt; Berlin/DE,
J.T. Ortiz-Pérez; Barcelona/ES
14:00
B-0259
14:40
B-0264
Noise-optimised virtual monochromatic imaging
improves image quality in 3rd-generation dualsource dual-energy CT angiography of the lower
extremity run-off
J.L. Wichmann1, C.N. De Cecco2, A. Varga-Szemes2, S. Mangold2,
T.J. Vogl1, U.J. Schoepf2; 1Frankfurt a. Main/DE, 2Charleston, SC/US
14:48
B-0265
Nonenhanced MR angiography of the foot with flow
spoiled-fresh blood imaging(FS-FBI): feasibility
study and comparison of different parameters
Y. Zhang1, D. Cao1, S. Yu2; 1Fuzhou/CN, 2Nanyang/CN
14:56
B-0266
2D-Perfusion angiography of the foot: technical
considerations and initial analysis
T. Rodt1, T. Murray2, M. McCavert2, M. Given2, F. McGrath2, M. Lee2;
1
Hannover/DE, 2Dublin/IE
15:04
B-0267
Outcomes of infrapopliteal angioplasty for limb
salvage in critical limb ischaemia
M. Sheehan, H. Kok, P. Thanaratnam, E. Ryan, H. Asadi, R. Bajwa,
K. Pennycooke, M. Given, M. Lee; Dublin/IE
15:12
B-0268
Room L8
Vascular
SS 315
Impact of a noise-optimized virtual monoenergetic
reconstruction algorithm on stent visualization and
detection of in-stent restenosis in lower extremity
run-off CT angiography
S. Mangold1, J. Wichmann1, C. De Cecco1, A. Varga-Szemes1,
D. Caruso1, A. Stubenrauch1, S. Fuller1, K. Nikolaou2, U.J. Schoepf1;
1
Charleston, SC/US, 2Tübingen/DE
A.M. Amadu1, J.C.L. Rodrigues2, A. Ghosh Dastidar2, A. Baritussio2,
C.B. Lawton2, G. Venuti2, G.B. Meloni1, M. Conti1, C. Bucciarelli-Ducci2;
1
Sassari/IT, 2Bristol/UK
14:56
B-0255
Below-the-knee angioplasty in dialysis patients with
critical limb ischemia- outcomes with respect to
pedal arch involvement
Radiation dose and contrast medium volume
reduction in lower extremity CT angiography with
iterative model reconstruction (IMR) algorithm
W.-L. Qian1, D.-J. Zhou1, C. Feng1, H. Wang1, Y. Jiang2, J.-M. Xu1;
1
Suzhou/CN, 2Shanghai/CN
15:20
B-0269
Extreme low radiation dose CT angiography of lowdose extremity using iterative model reconstruction
algorithm
W.-L. Qian1, D.-J. Zhou1, C. Feng1, H. Wang1, Y. Jiang2, J.-M. Xu1;
1
Suzhou/CN, 2Shanghai/CN
The angiosome concept evaluated on the base of
micro-perfusion - an O2C guided study
U. Rother, W. Lang, R.E. Horch, A. Meyer; Erlangen/DE
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Wednesday
14:24
B-0262
M. Scarabello, P.M. Cannaò, M. Petrini, F. Riva, F. Secchi, F. Sardanelli;
Milan/IT
14:40
B-0253
Subclavian artery stent fractures: prevalence and
predisposing factors
A. Hüttl, A. Hüttl, E.M. Végh, H. Sarkadi, B. Nemes, K. Hüttl, E. Dósa;
Budapest/HU
A. Palmisano, A. Esposito, C. Colantoni, M. Cava, S. Sala,
F. De Cobelli, A. Del Maschio; Milan/IT
14:32
B-0252
Tack optimised balloon angioplasty below the knee
(TOBA-BTK): six months results
Scientific Sessions
14:00–15:30
15:20
B-0280
Room E1
Musculoskeletal
Do we need image guidance for subacromial
subdeltoid injections?
G.M. Allen, M. DeDea, D.J. Wilson; Oxford/UK
SS 310
Ultrasound
Moderators: P. Peetrons; Brussels/BE,
L.M. Sconfienza; San Donato Milanese/IT
14:00
B-0270
MR - US fusion imaging to guide lumbar facet joint
injections
A. Corazza, R. Sartoris, P. Caruso, G. Turtulici, A. Arcidiacono,
S. Perugin Bernardi, D. Orlandi, E. Silvestri; Genoa/IT
14:16
B-0272
MR T2 mapping to evaluate the effect of ultrasound
(US)-guided intra-articular injection of hyaluronic
acid (HA) on articular cartilage
SS 311a
New approach for B-mode ultrasound (US)
measurements of the plantar aponeurosis in healthy
volunteers
M.M.H. Abd Ellah, C. Kornreif, C. Kremser, W. Jaschke, A. Klauser;
Innsbruck/AT
14:32
B-0274
14:00
K-07
14:09
B-0281
A. Stadlbauer, A. Merkel, B. Sommer, S. Brandner, M. Zimmermann,
M. Buchfelder, K. Rössler; Erlangen/DE
14:17
B-0282
14:56
B-0277
Shear wave ultrasound elastography is a reliable and
repeatable method to measure elastic modulus of
patellar and achilles tendons
14:25
B-0283
Ultrasound evaluation of meniscal implant extrusion,
after meniscus reconstruction and impact of the
extrusion on patients quality of life
1
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14:33
B-0284
14:41
B-0285
2 1
Multiparametric MR imaging of oxygen metabolism
and angiogenesis in glioma patients
Comparison of ferumoxytol and gadolinium
enhancement changes in response to Avastin in high
grade glioma patients
A. Horváth1, C. Várallyay2, D. Schwartz2, P. Ambady2, P. Bogner1,
E. Neuwelt2; 1Pécs/HU, 2Portland, OR/US
Ulnar neuropathy at the elbow: visualisation of cause
of ulnar entrapment with high-resolution ultrasound
is predictive of outcome after transposition
14:49
B-0286
M. Schertz, J. Silvera, C. Mutschler, C. Bernard, E. Masmejean;
Paris/FR
Prognostic value of preoperative dynamic contrastenhanced MRI perfusion parameters for high-grade
glioma patients
A. Ulyte1, M. Skardelly2, J. Schittenhelm2, C. Braun2, B. Bender2,
S. Bisdas3; 1Vilnius/LT, 2Tübingen/DE, 3London/UK
Therapeutic implications of nerve ultrasound in
leprosy
14:57
B-0287
Visualisation of the deep branch of the ulnar nerve
using high-resolution ultrasound
G. Riegler, D. Lieba-Samal, H. Platzgummer, C. Pivec, S. Jengojan,
P. Brugger, M. Vierhapper, G. Bodner; Vienna/AT
15:12
B-0279
Magnetic resonance imaging biomarkers for
assessment of vascular pathologies in glioma
A. Stadlbauer1, M. Zimmermann1, K. Rössler1, S. Oberndorfer2,
M. Buchfelder1, A. Dörfler1, G. Heinz2; 1Erlangen/DE, 2St. Pölten/AT
Y. Aswani, S. Saifi; Mumbai/IN
15:04
B-0278
Assessment of tumour oxygenation and its impact on
treatment response in bevacizumab treated recurrent
glioblastoma
D. Bonekamp1, K. Mouridsen2, A. Radbruch1, A. Wick1,
H.-P. Schlemmer1, W. Wick1, M. Bendszus1, L. Østergaard2,
P. Kickingereder1; 1Heidelberg/DE, 2Aarhus/DK
T. Pobozy , K. Slynarski , K. Sklinda , M. Frel ; Warsaw/PL,
2
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Intraoperative MR imaging of cerebral oxygen
metabolism in patients with brain tumours
A. Stadlbauer1, M. Zimmermann1, K. Rössler1, S. Oberndorfer2,
M. Buchfelder1, A. Dörfler1, G. Heinz2; 1Erlangen/DE, 2St. Pölten/AT
1
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B-0276
Keynote lecture
P. Due-Tonnessen; Oslo/NO
S. Tas, M. Onur, A. Soylu, S. Yilmaz, F. Korkusuz; Ankara/TR
14:40
B-0275
Cerebral tumours (1)
Moderators: A. Falini; Milan/IT, F.P. Kuhn; Zurich/CH
G. Ferrero1, E. Fabbro1, F. Fiz2, D. Dettore2, G. Serafini1;
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Pietra Ligure/IT, 2Genoa/IT
14:24
B-0273
Room E2
Neuro
Ultrasonography-guided injection for quadriceps
fat pad edema: a 6-month clinical and radiological
follow-up
Z. Maras Ozdemir1, U. Aydingoz2, M.F. Korkmaz1, V. Tunay Bayrakcı2,
F.B. Ergen2, O.A. Atay2, O. Baysal1; 1Malatya/TR, 2Ankara/TR
14:08
B-0271
14:00–15:30
Visualisation of the recurrent motor branch of the
median nerve using high-resolution ultrasound
Prognosis prediction of non-enhancing T2 high
signal intensity lesion after standard treatment
in glioblastoma: application of dynamic contrastenhanced MR imaging
R. Kim, S. Choi; Seoul/KR
15:05
B-0288
Intravoxel incoherent motion diffusion-weighted MR
imaging in differentiation of meningiomas: initial
study
Y. Lu1, K. Shek2, B. Yin1, D. Geng1; 1Shanghai/CN, 2Honkong/CN
G. Riegler, D. Lieba-Samal, C. Pivec, H. Platzgummer, S. Jengojan,
P. Brugger, M. Vierhapper, G. Bodner; Vienna/AT
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B-0289
14:56
B-0298
Quantitatively evaluate the efficacy of diffusion
kurtosis imaging in grading gliomas: a preliminary
study
J. Chu1, Y. Wang1, J. Zhao1, X. Yan2, X. Li1; 1Guangzhou/CN,
2
Shanghai/CN
15:21
B-0290
Contrast-enhanced PET/CT for oncologic indications:
reproducibility and comparison to the two-step
procedure, including PET/CT and contrast-enhanced
CT from radiology (COMBITEP study)
A.L. Cazeau, S. Ferron, M. Pulido, C. Bellera, S. Mathoulin Pelissier,
J. Palussiere, A. Dutertre, Y. Godbert, E. Descat; Bordeaux/FR
Diagnostic accuracy of MR imaging techniques for
treatment response assessment in patients with high
grade glioma: a systematic review and meta-analysis
15:04
B-0299
S. Spiga, D. Ippolito, C. Talei Franzesi, V. Besostri, E. Orsini, S. Sironi;
Monza/IT
14:00–15:30
Room F1
15:12
B-0300
Oncologic Imaging
SS 316
Dealing with metastatic disease
C. Giraudo, D. Senn, G. Karanikas, M. Weber, M. Raderer,
M. Mayerhoefer; Vienna/AT
Moderators: D.M. Lambregts; Amsterdam/NL,
A. Sohaib; London/UK
14:00
B-0291
[18F]-FDG-PET/MR for staging and restaging of
lymphoma patients: is the use of DWI justified?
15:20
B-0301
The application of DW-MRI in the staging of
oesophageal cancer: prospective comparison with
EUS and MDCT
The quantitative CEUS features of clinically
suspicious non-Hodgkin lymphoma involved
superficial lymph nodes: a preliminary study
J. Shi; Shanghai/CN
F. Giganti, P.G. Arcidiacono, R. Nicoletti, A. Ambrosi, E. Orsenigo,
E. Mazza, A. Del Maschio, F. De Cobelli; Milan/IT
14:08
B-0292
14:00–15:30
Room F2
Physics in Radiology
One-step one-phase vs. multi-step multi-phase
whole-body staging CT - comparison of radiation
dose and diagnostic confidence
SS 313
D. Zinsser, R. Marcus, E. Körner, A. Othman, F. Bamberg, K. Nikolaou,
M. Notohamiprodjo; Tübingen/DE
Radiation risk assessment and
awareness
Moderators: N. Buls; Brussels/BE, O. Ciraj-Bjelac; Belgrade/RS
14:16
B-0293
14:00
K-10
Sentinel lymph node (SLN) melanoma
micrometastasis managed conservatively:
sonography (US) patterns of recurrence
1
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V. Tsapaki; Athens/GR
1
O. Catalano , C. Caracò , A. Nunziata , F. Sandomenico , A. Petrillo ;
1
Naples/IT, 2Ercolano/IT
14:24
B-0294
Can unenhanced multiparametric MRI substitute
gadolinium-enhanced MRI in the characterisation of
vertebral marrow infiltrative lesions?
D.Z. Zidan, H. El Ghazaly; Cairo/EG
14:32
B-0295
Keynote lecture
Association of quality and quantity of bone
metastases as well as volumetric bone mineral
density with the prevalence of vertebral fractures in
breast cancer patients
V. Neuhaus, N. Abdullayev, M. Hellmich, S. Krämer, D. Maintz, B. Krug,
J. Borggrefe; Cologne/DE
14:09
B-0302
The transatlantic race of CT radiation dose: Europe vs
United States
A. Euler, A. Parakh, S. Schindera; Basle/CH
14:17
B-0303
Patient organ dose with computed tomography
- a review of present methodology and DICOM
information: executive summary of the joint report of
AAPM task group 246 and EFOMP
J.S. Andersson1, W. Pavlicek2; 1Umeå/SE, 2Scottsdale, AZ/US
14:25
B-0304
Are the existing national diagnostic reference levels
for CT outdated?
A. Euler, A. Parakh, S. Schindera; Basle/CH
14:40
B-0296
Primary tumor detection in CUP of neuroendocrine
origin: additional value of 68Ga-DOTA-TATE-PET/CT
compared to contrast-enhanced CT
14:33
B-0305
P. Kazmierczak, A. Rominger, V. Wenter, C. Spitzweg,
C. Auernhammer, M. Angele, C. Rist, M.F. Reiser, C.C. Cyran;
Munich/DE
14:48
B-0297
S. Maroof, T. Alam; Kabul/AF
14:41
B-0306
Patterns of metastatic spread and its implications on
follow up strategies in uveal melanoma
C. Kloth, A. Othman, G. Bier, R. Syha, T. Eigentler, C. Garbe,
K. Nikolaou, B. Klumpp; Tübingen/DE
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Awareness and knowledge of ionising radiation
hazard among medical students and residents in
Kabul, Afghanistan
Improving radiation awareness and feeling of
personal security of non-radiological medical
staff in computed tomography scanning room by
implementing a traffic light system
C. Heilmaier, A. Mayor, N. Zuber, P. Fodor, D. Weishaupt; Zurich/CH
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B.R.J. van Dijken, P.J. van Laar, G.A. Holtman, A. van der Hoorn;
Groningen/NL
Diagnostic value of whole-body ultra low dose CT
(WBULDCT) in comparison with spinal magnetic
resonance imaging (SMRI) in the assessment of
disease in patients with multiple myeloma (MM)
Scientific Sessions
14:49
B-0307
Radiation risk from screening mammography
14:32
B-0316
R.M.K. M.Ali, A. England, A. Tootell, P. Hogg; Manchester/UK
14:57
B-0308
A successful dose management quality improvement
project (QIP): data-driven multi-disciplinary
approach to managing patient radiation in computed
tomography (CT)
L. Laurent; Park Ridge, IL/US
15:05
B-0309
Utilising a server based simulation to compare
effective organ dose of 70kV dynamic CT
examinations to diagnostic standard triphasic
abdominal CT
J.F.M. Gawlitza; Mannheim/DE
15:13
B-0310
Y. Ohno1, Y. Kishida1, S. Seki1, H. Koyama1, T. Yoshikawa1, M. Yui2, A. Lu3,
M. Miyazaki3, K. Sugimura1; 1Kobe/JP, 2Otawara/JP, 3Vernon Hills,
IL/US
14:40
B-0317
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14:48
B-0318
Introducing a dose monitoring software in
conventional x-ray imaging: initial experiences
Conventional x-ray dose analysis in emergency rooms
in different hospitals using a centralised electronic
platform
Room D1
14:56
B-0319
Chemical exchange saturation transfer (CEST)
imaging vs FDG-PET/CT: capability for differentiation
of malignant from benign pulmonary lesions
Y. Ohno1, M. Yui2, M. Miyazaki3, Y. Kishida1, S. Seki1, H. Koyama1,
T. Yoshikawa1, K. Sugimura1; 1Kobe/JP, 2Otawara/JP, 3Vernon Hills,
IL/US
15:04
B-0320
Chest
SS 304
A role of diffusion-weighted MRI in prediction of
mediastinal lymph node metastasis in patients with
NSCLC: comparison to PET results
E.U.A.K. Yilmaz; Izmir/TR
E. Fraile Moreno, C. Benito, J. Azpeitia, J. Albillos, E. Dominguez,
P. Fraga, J. Galobardes, T. Villarejo; Madrid/ES
14:00–15:30
Dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI of malignant
pleural mesothelioma: a comparative study of
pharmacokinetic models and correlation with
mRECIST criteria
M. Vivoda Tomšič1, K. Šurlan Popovič1, S. Bisdas2, V. Kovač1, I. Serša1;
1
Ljubljana/SI, 2London/UK
C. Heilmaier, N. Zuber, D. Weishaupt; Zurich/CH
15:21
B-0311
Pulmonary thin-section MR imaging with ultrashort TE: comparison of capability for lung nodule
detection and nodule type classification with lowand standard-dose thin-section CTs
Diaphragmatic dynamic magnetic resonance imaging
(MRI): preliminary results and perspectives
R. Lotte, S. Boussouar, F. Le Pimpec-Barthes, A. Charpentier,
K. Dang Tran, C. Rivera, B. Lambert, P. Halimi, A.-C. Hernigou;
Paris/FR
Lung MRI
Moderators: P. Ciet; Rotterdam/NL, N.N.
14:00
B-0312
15:12
B-0321
Free-breathing 3D T1-weighted fat-saturated
contrast-enhanced gradient-echo sequence with
radial data sampling in thoracic and cardiovascular
MRI
C. Ruff1, R. Grimm2, A. Hornung1, M. Kündel1, J. Weiß1, F. Bamberg1,
K. Nikolaou1, M. Notohamiprodjo1; 1Tübingen/DE, 2Erlangen/DE
14:08
B-0313
Automated 3D segmentation of pulmonary magnetic
resonance angiography in patients with pulmonary
arterial hypertension: correlation with pulmonary
arterial systolic pressure
C. Melzig1, S. Wörz1, S. Ley2, C. Fink3, S. Partovi4, K. Rohr1,
H.-U. Kauczor1, E. Grünig1, F. Rengier1; 1Heidelberg/DE, 2Munich/DE,
3
Celle/DE, 4Cleveland, OH/US
14:16
B-0314
S. Veldhoen, D. Stäb, A.M. Weng, A.S. Kunz, A. Fischer, C. Wirth,
H. Hebestreit, T.A. Bley, H. Köstler; Würzburg/DE
14:24
B-0315
R. Lee, G. Lo Goh, H. Ai, K. Chan, C. Yuen, W. Chung, M. Hung;
Hong Kong/CN
15:20
B-0322
Semi-quantitative visual scoring of fibrosing lung
disease using T2-weighted BLADE sequences
and comparison with multidetector computed
tomography
Pulmonary embolism detection with 3D ultrashort
echo time MRI: experimental study in canines
P. Bannas1, L.C. Bell2, K.M. Johnson2, M.L. Schiebler2, C.J. Francois2,
U. Motosugi2, D. Consigny2, S.B. Reeder2, S.K. Nagle2; 1Hamburg/DE,
2
Madison, WI/US
14:00–15:30
Room D2
Interventional Radiology
SS 309
Pulmonary perfusion phase imaging using selfgated Fourier decomposition MRI reveals perfusion
inhomogeneities in patients with cystic fibrosis
3 Tesla MRI evaluation of pectus carinatum with
breath-hold imaging
Musculoskeletal
Moderators: A. Diamantopoulos; London/UK,
S. Marcia; Cagliari/IT
14:00
B-0323
Retrospective analysis in 20 consecutive patients
undergoing percutaneous MR-guided cryoablation
of Morton’s neuroma: clinical results and insight on a
new emerging treatment
R. Cazzato1, J. Garnon1, G. Tsoumakidou1, G. Koch1, J. Caudrelier1,
X. Buy2, P. Rao1, M.-A. Thenint1, A. Gangi1; 1Strasbourg/FR,
2
Bordeaux/FR
M.T.A. Buzan1, J. Dinkel2, M. Eichinger3, D. Colombi4, M. Kreuter3,
F. Herth3, H.-U. Kauczor3, C. Pop1, C. Heussel3; 1Cluj-Napoca/RO,
2
Munich/DE, 3Heidelberg/DE, 4Parma/IT
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14:08
B-0324
14:00–15:30
Treatment of supraspinatus tendinopathy: dry
needling as a stand-alone procedure vs dry needling
and platelet-rich plasma (prp)
F. Bruno, A. La Marra, S. Mariani, F. Arrigoni, L. Zugaro, A. Barile,
C. Masciocchi; L’Aquila/IT
14:16
B-0325
Genitourinary
SS 307
Percutaneous long bone cementoplasty for palliation
of malignant lesions of the limbs in 196 patients
14:00
B-0334
Effectiveness of percutaneous vertebroplasty in
cases of multiple myeloma with vertebral pain
F. Dietzel, L. Schimmöller, M. Quentin, D. Blondin, C. Arsov,
R. Rabenalt, G. Antoch, H.E. Gabbert, P. Albers; Düsseldorf/DE
14:08
B-0335
Cementoplasty for arthrodesis screw loosening: a
technique to prolong the useful life of an implant
S. Perez Aguilera, M. Zauner Jakubik; Sabadell/ES
14:48
B-0329
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14:56
B-0330
Radiological percutaneous osteosynthesis and
cementoplasty for impending malignant pathological
fracture of the proximal femur
E. Mavrovi, H. Beji, A.-C. Kalenderian, G. Vaz, C. Mastier, P. Thiesse,
B. Richioud; Lyon/FR
14:16
B-0336
15:04
B-0331
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15:12
B-0332
14:24
B-0337
Qualification biopsies by elastic fusion registration in
active surveillance for localised prostate cancer
D. Portalez, R. Aziza, M. Roumiguie, S. Sanson, B.A. Malavaud;
Toulouse/FR
14:32
B-0338
Sepsis and other complications related to TRUSguided prostate biopsy: 3-year experience at a
regional cancer centre
C. Crowley1, A. Cahill2, J. Buckley2, F. O’ Brien2, K. O’ Regan2;
1
Dublin/IE, 2Cork/IE
14:40
B-0339
Should MRI after prostate biopsy be delayed?
J. Choi, S. Jung, M. Choi; Seoul/KR
Role of CT-guided percutaneuos cryoablation
combined with cementoplasty for bone lesion in
weight-bearing areas
14:48
B-0340
S. Quarchioni, F. Arrigoni, S. Mariani, A. La Marra, L. Zugaro, A. Barile,
C. Masciocchi; L’Aquila/IT
Efficacy of ultrasound-guided needle tenotomy for
the treatment of chronic tendinopathies
Combined microwave ablation and percutaneous
screws fixation plus cementoplasty in the treatment
of painful bone metastases
Risk-based patient selection for MRI-targeted
prostate biopsy after negative transrectal ultrasoundguided random biopsy avoids unnecessary MRI scans
A.R. Alberts, I.G. Schoots, L.P. Bokhorst, G.J.L.H. Leenders,
C.H. Bangma, M.J. Roobol; Rotterdam/NL
14:56
B-0341
F. Bruno, A. La Marra, S. Mariani, F. Arrigoni, L. Zugaro, A. Barile,
C. Masciocchi; L’Aquila/IT
15:20
B-0333
MRI-targeted prostate biopsy outcomes after
previous negative TRUS-guided random biopsy:
correlation to risk-based patient selection
A.R. Alberts, M.J. Roobol, L.P. Bokhorst, C.H. Bangma, I.G. Schoots;
Rotterdam/NL
Percutaneous intra-articular neurolysis with pulsed
radiofrequency in knee osteoarthritis
D. Filippiadis, S. Grigoriadis, A. Mazioti, S. Spiliopoulos, E. Brountzos,
N. Kelekis, A. Kelekis; Athens/GR
Are single shot biopsies sufficient for targeted MRguided prostate cancer detection?
T. Ullrich, L. Schimmöller, M. Quentin, F. Dietzel, C. Arsov, R. Rabenalt,
D. Blondin, P. Albers, G. Antoch; Düsseldorf/DE
M. Inecikli1, Ö. Nas2, B. Hakyemez2; 1Rize/TR, 2Bursa/TR
14:40
B-0328
Prospective randomised evaluation of MR-guided inbore versus MRI/ultrasound fusion plus TRUS-guided
prostate biopsy in patients with prior negative
biopsies
Localisation of primary prostate cancer by
simultaneous 68gallium-HBED-CC-PSMA PET/MRI
M. Eiber, G. Weirich, K. Holzapfel, M. Souvatzoglou, I. Rauscher,
B. Haller, M. Schwaiger, T. Maurer; Munich/DE
15:04
B-0342
C. Pusceddu, N. Ballicu, B. Sotgia, R. Fele, L. Melis; Cagliari/IT
Magnetic resonance spectroscopy of the prostate: in
vitro comparison of the choline-plus-creatine-overcitrate ratio at 1.5 T and 3.0 T
U.G. Mueller-Lisse1, M. Scherr2, A. Meister1, M.F. Reiser1,
U.L. Mueller-Lisse1; 1Munich/DE, 2Murnau a. Staffelsee/DE
15:12
B-0343
ADC in the evaluation of side-specific extracapsular
extension of prostate cancer: development and
internal validation of a nomogram of clinical utility
F. Giganti, A. Coppola, A. Ambrosi, S. Ravelli, A. Esposito, A. Briganti,
F. Montorsi, A. Del Maschio, F. De Cobelli; Milan/IT
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Usefulness of O2-O3 intradiscal versus steroid
intraforaminal injection in back pain control: a
prospective double-blind trial in patients with
different discovertebral pathologies
M. Perri1, T. Popolizio1, C. Marsecano2, M. Varrassi2, A. Splendiani2,
M. Carlo2; 1San Giovanni Rotondo/IT, 2L’Aquila/IT
14:32
B-0327
Prostate cancer: targeted biopsy and
beyond
Moderators: M. Meissnitzer; Salzburg/AT, N.N.
E. Lanza1, R. Cazzato2, R. Grasso3, X. Buy4, J. Palussiere4, V. Pedicini1,
L. Balzarini1, D. Poretti1; 1Rozzano/IT, 2Strasbourg/FR, 3Rome/IT,
4
Bordeaux/FR
14:24
B-0326
Room K
Scientific Sessions
15:20
B-0344
Index lesion characterised by 11C-choline PET/CT
and 3-Tesla MRI spectroscopy in primary prostate
carcinoma: clinical implications in the era of imageguided therapy
M.D. Hernández-Argüello, J. Solorzano, I. Pascual, A. Benito,
M. Collantes, C. Padula, M. Cabaleros, J. Pardo, J.A. Richter;
Pamplona/ES
14:00–15:30
15:13
B-0353
J. Coward1, R. Lawson1, T. Kane2, M. Elias3, A. Howes4, J. Birchall5,
P. Hogg1; 1Manchester/UK, 2Blackpool/UK, 3Wrexham/UK,
4
Prestcot/UK, 5Derby/UK
15:21
B-0354
Room G
CT parameters: juggling or struggling?
Moderators: E. Agadakos; Athens/GR, E. Sorantin; Graz/AT
The visible and the invisible in cone beam CT: the
role of radiographer
M. Simoncini1, M. Biondi1, L. Amata1, M. Virgilio2, L. Giuliani2,
C. Ottonello1; 1Pomezia/IT, 2Rome/IT
Radiographers
SS 314
Multi-center analysis of incidental findings on low
resolution CT attenuation correction (CTAC) images:
an extended study
14:00–15:30
Room M 1
Head and Neck
14:00
K-11
Keynote lecture
A. Hartvig Sode; Odense/DK
SS 308
Salivary glands, neck, parathyroid
Moderators: G. Conte; Milan/IT, C. Czerny; Vienna/AT
14:09
B-0345
Optimisation of chest computed tomography using
a phantom: impact of mAs and reconstruction
techniques on image quality
C.S. Reis1, T. Faquir2, V. Harsaker3, P. Hogg2, L. Kristoffersen3,
I.L. van Rein4, K. Stancombe2, N.C. Warmerdam4, C. Wergeland3;
1
Lisbon/PT, 2Salford/UK, 3Oslo/NO, 4Groningen/NL
14:17
B-0346
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14:25
B-0347
14:00
B-0355
B. Brea Alvarez, L. Esteban, Y. García-Hidalgo, M. Tuñón;
Majadahonda/ES
14:08
B-0356
Noise variations across clinically accepted paediatric
body CT scans
MRI with diffusion weighted imaging of salivary
gland tumours, prediction of the benignancy and
malignancy
M. O’Connor, S. Foley; Dublin/IE
A. Youssef, D. Abdelhady Mohammed, R. Edward; Cairo/EG
14:16
B-0357
Short and long term effects of clinical audit on
compliance with procedures in CT scanning
14:24
B-0358
Analysis of CT exposure parameters, dose values and
image noise in order to promote the harmonisation
of CT examinations
Coronary computed tomography angiography:
evaluation of the effects of cradle sagging on stairstep artifacts
14:32
B-0359
S. Lee, J. Kang, H. Koo, S. Kim, D. Seo; Seoul/KR
14:49
B-0350
Optimisation of CT follow-up protocol’s in patients
with gastrointestinal stromal cancer
Assessment of image quality criteria from abdominal
CT examinations
A.F.C.L. Abrantes, P. Paias, L.P. Ribeiro, A.M. Ribeiro, R.P.P. Almeida,
K.B. Azevedo; Faro/PT
15:05
B-0352
Carotid plaque PET/CT standardised uptake values
measurements as a biomarker for stroke: software
reproducibility challenges
N. Giannotti, J. McNulty, S. Foley, P. Kelly; Dublin/IE
Assessing the influence of MRI scan position on
image quality of head and neck MR images for
radiotherapy treatment planning
L. Xiao, M. Yuen, Y. Tung, P. Wong, H. Ho; New Territories/HK
14:40
B-0360
R. Pinilla1, M.I.R. Ortega1, E.M. Campos1, M. Monteiro2; 1Madrid/ES,
2
Coimbra/PT
14:57
B-0351
Ultrasound-guided salivary gland core needle biopsy:
the road to take
M.A. Schuller Arteaga, L. Antón Mendez,
M. Udondo González del Tánago, J.L. Del Cura Rodríguez,
A. Bilbao González, R.M. Zabala Landa, I. Korta Gómez,
A. Viteri Jusue, D. Grande Icarán; Bilbao/ES
A. Carriço, F. Palumbo, R. Cristina, G. Paulo, J. Santos; Coimbra/PT
14:41
B-0349
Assessment of salivary gland tumours using MRI and
CT: impact of experience on diagnostic accuracy
T.J. Vogl, T. Stark-Paulsen, M. Albrecht, N.-E. Nour-Eldin,
H. Ackermann, A. Maataoui; Frankfurt a. Main/DE
A. Oliveri1, N. Howarth2, H. Salame1, P. Gevenois1, D. Tack1; 1Ath/BE,
2
Chenes-Bougeries/CH
14:33
B-0348
MRI: the technique of choice in the study of Warthin
tumours
Cervical adipose tissue to airway volume ratio
(CAT:AV): a novel anthropometric measure,
its anatomic relationship to sleep apnea,
cerebrovascular accident and overall mortality
H.S. Maresky1, P.A. Gottlieb1, L. Copel1, D. Ahoubim2, S. Tal1; 1Zrifin/IL,
2
Miami, FL/US
14:48
B-0361
Accuracy of magnetic resonance imaging for
subglottic stenosis grading in patients with
granulomatosis with polyangiitis
M. Kupka, P. Bannas, L. Linsenhoff, G. Adam, F. Henes; Hamburg/DE
14:56
B-0362
MRI of neck victims of survived strangulation:
evaluation of cases
C. Bruguier, J. Grimm, J.-B. Zerlauth, K. Michaud, P. Mangin, R. Meuli,
S. Grabherr; Lausanne/CH
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B-0363
Multi-modality imaging of patients with carotidynia
and clinical correlation
14:57
B-0373
A. Lecler, G. Volle, M. Obadia, P. Roux, J. Savatovsky, O. Gout,
J.-C. Sadik; Paris/FR
15:12
B-0364
C. Hagelstein1, M. Weis1, T. Henzler1, U. Lechel2, K. Neff1, G. Brix2,
S.O. Schönberg1, A. Schegerer2; 1Mannheim/DE, 2Neuherberg/DE
Preliminary results of 18F-Fluorocholine PET/MRI
show excellent accuracy in patients with primary
hyperparathyroidism and inconclusive conventional
imaging
15:05
B-0374
J. Zhang, N. Hall, K. Binzel, M. Natwa, M.V. Knopp; Columbus, OH/US
15:13
B-0375
One-stop SPECT-CT-guided ultrasound for
parathyroid adenoma localisation - a single centre
experience
P. Touska1, A. Elstob1, N. Rao2, A. Parthipun1; 1London/UK,
2
Birmingham/UK
Feasibility of low dose 18FDG PET/CT in pediatric
oncology
Use of diagnostic computed tomography in
paediatric PET-CT: is diagnostic CT essential?
C. Loberg, C. Kuhl, A. Heinzel, F. Mottaghy, F. Verburg; Aachen/DE
14:00–15:30
Room M 3
Cardiac
14:00–15:30
Room M 2
SS 303b
Paediatric
SS 312
Thorax and musculoskeletal
Moderators: C. Balassy; Vienna/AT, Z. Yazici; Bursa/TR
14:00
K-09
Moderators: R. Fischbach; Hamburg/DE, M. Francone; Rome/IT
14:00
B-0376
Juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA): whole-body MRI
(WBMRI) approach in diagnosis and assessment of
therapeutic efficacy
14:08
B-0377
P. Arcuri1, S. Roccia2, G. Raiola1, M. Cirillo1, A. Pingitore1, G. Fodero1;
1
Catanzaro/IT, 2Lamezia Terme/IT
14:17
B-0367
Radiological phenotype/ genotype correlations
of constitutional bone diseases involving the
parathyroid hormone (PTH) and its signaling
pathways
Serial analysis of aortic haemodynamics in patients
with repaired aortic coarctation by 4D flow MRI
14:16
B-0378
14:24
B-0379
J. Geiger1, J. Romberg2, D. Hirtler2, K. Gottfried2, B. Stiller2;
Zurich/CH, 2Freiburg/DE
Role of dual-source computed tomography in
identification of respiratory symptomatic patients
affected by true isolated vascular rings
Lung perfusion with dual-energy CT: can we achieve
a diagnostic image quality in children?
M. Remy-Jardin, T. Santangelo, A. Deschildre, J.-B. Faivre, A. Hutt,
J. Rémy; Lille/FR
14:49
B-0372
Computed tomography angiography and perfusion
CT to assess coronary artery stenosis causing
perfusion defects
R. Boughrarou; Algiers/DZ
14:32
B-0380
T.P. Santangelo, M. Trezzi, G. Muscogiuri, M. Maurizi Enrici,
S. Albanese, A. Carotti, P. Tomà, A. Secinaro; Rome/IT
14:41
B-0370
Comparison between CT perfusion imaging of
the myocardium and intracoronary transluminal
attenuation gradient in coronary CT angiography for
the assessment of coronary artery stenosis
B.M. Gramer, I. Baur, M. Rasper, M. Rasper, A. Leber; Munich/DE
1
14:33
B-0369
Computed tomography coronary angiography
vs stress cardiac magnetic resonance for the
management of symptomatic revascularized patients:
a cost effectiveness study
G. Pontone1, D. Andreini1, C. Rota1, M. Guglielmo1, S. Mushtaq1,
A. Baggiano1, A. Solbiati1, A. Guaricci2, M. Pepi1; 1Milan/IT, 2Foggia/IT
M. Lahkim, A. Durand, V. Merzoug, A. Linglart, C. Adamsbaum;
Le Kremlin-Bicêtre Cedex/FR
14:25
B-0368
Quantification of myocardial perfusion defects at
third-generation dual-source CT in an ex-vivo porcine
heart model
G. Pelgrim1, S. Van Tuijl2, K. Slump3, M. Stijnen2, M. Oudkerk1,
R. Vliegenthart1; 1Groningen/NL, 2Eindhoven/NL, 3Enschede/NL
Keynote lecture
A.C. Offiah; Sheffield/UK
14:09
B-0366
CT perfusion
Optimal timing of static CT iodine distribution scans
based on dynamic CT myocardial perfusion imaging
data
G. Pelgrim1, E.R. Nieuwenhuis1, J.L. Wichmann2, C.N. De Cecco2,
R. Van der Geest3, K.H. Slump4, M. Oudkerk1, U.J. Schoepf2,
R. Vliegenthart1; 1Groningen/NL, 2Charleston, SC/US, 3Leiden/NL,
4
Enschede/NL
14:40
B-0381
Morphological coronary stenosis characteristics
by CCTA: comparison with invasive fractional flow
reserve
L. Macron, J.-L. Sablayrolles; Saint Denis/FR
Multi-detector computed tomography of paediatric
large airway diseases: comparison between virtual
bronchoscopy and fiberoptic bronchoscopy
T.S. Jugpal, A. Garg, J. Kumar, G.R. Sethi; New Delhi/IN
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W.P. Kluijfhout1, T.A. Hope1, M.R. Vriens2, J.E. Gosnell1, W.T. Shen1,
Q.-Y. Duh1, C.M. Glastonbury1, I. Suh1, M.H. Pampaloni1; 1San Francisco,
CA/US, 2Utrecht/NL
15:20
B-0365
Comparison of organ doses between 70 kVp chest
CT and 100 kVp chest CT with a dedicated tin filter
for spectral shaping using thermoluminescent
dosimeter measurements in a pediatric phantom
Scientific Sessions
14:48
B-0382
Adenosine triphosphate stress dynamic perfusion
CT imaging to identify myocardial ischemia:
correlation with coronary CTA and invasive coronary
angiography
E. Tahir1, T. Kido1, Y. Tanabe1, N. Fukuyama1, T. Kido1, J. Yamamura2,
G.K. Lund2, G. Adam2, T. Mochizuki1; 1Toon, Ehime/JP, 2Hamburg/DE
14:56
B-0383
Acceptance of combined coronary CT angiography
and myocardial CT perfusion versus conventional
coronary angiography in patients with coronary
stents
14:24
B-0390
S. Shams1, M. Larvie2, M. Lev2, J. Martola1, A. Charidimou2,
M. Kristoffersen Wiberg1, L.-O. Wahlund1; 1Stockholm/SE, 2Boston,
MA/US
14:32
B-0391
Potential usefulness of cardiac output and total
peripheral resistance as indicators of adequate
vasodilation in myocardial perfusion imaging
14:40
B-0392
14:48
B-0393
Optimal scan delay time for quantitative CT
myocardial perfusion imaging
14:56
B-0394
Relationship of cardiovascular risk factors to
myocardial perfusion parameters using dynamic
computed tomography myocardial perfusion imaging
G. Pelgrim1, R. Vliegenthart1, F.G. Meinel2, J.L. Wichmann3,
F. Pugliese4, C.N. De Cecco3, M. Oudkerk1, U.J. Schoepf3;
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14:00–15:30
15:04
B-0395
Room M 4
15:12
B-0396
Dementia
The clinical impact of 18F-fluorodeoxyglucose
(FDG) positron emission tomography/computed
tomography (PET/CT) in patients with cognitive
impairment
Medial temporal lobe atrophy grades in a
homogeneous 75-year-old cognitively normal
population
1
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2
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15:20
B-0397
Rating scores of medial temporal atrophy from CT
and MR images are highly correlated
D. Van Westen1, M. Johnsson2, C. Håkansson1, L. Minthon3,
O. Lindberg3, S. Palmqvist3, O. Hansson3; 1Lund/SE, 2Trelleborg/SE,
3
Malmö/SE
14:00–15:30
Room M 5
Neuro
1
V. Velickaite , J. Kullberg , L. Cavallin , L. Lind , H. Ahlström ,
L. Kilander1, E. Westman2, E.-M.B. Larsson1; 1Uppsala/SE,
2
Stockholm/SE
14:16
B-0389
Changes of systolic cerebrospinal fluid flow in
patients with normal pressure hydrocephalus exceed
age-related alterations
S. Stoecklein1, S. Lause1, A. Pomschar1, R. Schniepp1, S. Lee2, K. Jahn1,
N. Alperin2, B. Ertl-Wagner1; 1Munich/DE, 2Miami, FL/US
H. Motara1, T. Olusoga2, G. Russell3, S. Jamieson1, S. Ahmed2, A. Pillai3,
A. Scarsbrook1, C. Patel1, F. Chowdhury1; 1Leeds/UK, 2Harrogate/UK,
3
Saltaire/UK
14:08
B-0388
Alterations of white matter integrity in HIVassociated neurocognitive disorder: a tract-based
spatial statistics study
S. Oh1, W. Lee2, N.-Y. Shin2, S.-K. Lee2, S. Lim2; 1Cheonan/KR,
2
Seoul/KR
Moderators: N. Pyatigorskaya; Paris/FR,
M.A. van Buchem; Leiden/NL
14:00
B-0387
Iterative metal artifact reduction in computed
tomography following deep-brain-stimulation (DBS)
surgery
J. Aissa, J. Boos, C. Schleich, R. Lanzman, P. Kröpil, G. Antoch,
C. Thomas; Düsseldorf/DE
Neuro
SS 311b
Altered brain connectivity in dementia: a correlation
study between functional and structural data
V. Onofrj1, F. Piludu1, F. Vecchio1, F. Miraglia1, G. Granata1, M. Caulo2,
P. Bramanti3, P.M. Rossini1, C. Colosimo1; 1Rome/IT, 2Chieti/IT,
3
Messina/IT
N. Nagasawa, K. Kitagawa, A. Yamazaki, H. Sakuma; Tsu/JP
15:20
B-0386
Brain MR pallidal index do not correlate with clinical
functional scale in extrapiramidal syndromic cirrhotic
patients
E. Soligo, A. Stecco, M. Carecchio, R. Matheoud, A. Carriero;
Novara/IT
N. Nagasawa, K. Kitagawa, A. Yamazaki, H. Sakuma; Tsu/JP
15:12
B-0385
Analysis of hippocampal subfield in patients with
mild Alzheimer’s disease
Y. Liu, H. Yuan, X. Zeng, Z. Wang; Beijing/CN
S. Feger1, M. Rief1, P. Martus2, M. Laule1, M. Dewey1, E. Schönenberger3;
1
Berlin/DE, 2Tübingen/DE, 3Hannover/DE
15:04
B-0384
Microinfarcts detected on MRI - another important
imaging biomarker in cognitive impairment?
The role of quantitative MR R2* brain iron deposition
in patients with Alzheimer disease and its correlation
with cerebral perfusion
R. Esposito, M. Maccarone, S. Salice, G. Caracciolo, S. Delli Pizzi,
L. Valentino, P. Chiacchiaretta, A. Ferretti, A. Tartaro; Chieti/IT
SS 311c
Neurovascular interventions (1)
Moderators: A. Biondi; Besancon/FR, H.P. Schemuth; Essen/DE
14:00
K-08
Keynote lecture
A. Biondi; Besancon/FR
14:09
B-0398
Results of the acute recanalisation of thromboembolic ischaemic stroke with pREset (ARTESp) trial
W. Kurre1, B. Schwaiger2, A. Gersing2, T. Niederstadt3, W. Reith4,
S. Felber5, S. Prothmann2; 1Stuttgart/DE, 2Munich/DE, 3Münster/DE,
4
Homburg/DE, 5Koblenz/DE
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14:17
B-0399
Impact of patient transfer on clinical outcome after
endovascular recanalisation - analysis from the acute
recanalisation of thrombo-embolic ischaemic stroke
with pREset (ARTESp) trial
W. Kurre1, B. Schwaiger2, A. Gersing2, W. Reith3, T. Niederstadt4,
S. Felber5, S. Prothmann2; 1Stuttgart/DE, 2Munich/DE, 3Homburg/DE,
4
Münster/DE, 5Koblenz/DE
14:25
B-0400
Wednesday
Reduction in cerebral embolic lesions during
Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) with
an embolic protection device (MISTRAL-C)
H. Ahmad1, A. van der Lugt1, L. van Gils1, N.M. van Mieghem1,
H.W. van der Werf2, G. Brueren3, A.F.M. van den Heuvel2,
P. Koudstaal1, P.P.T. de Jaegere1; 1Rotterdam/NL, 2Groningen/NL,
3
Eindhoven/NL
14:33
B-0401
Endovascular occlusion of intracranial vessels using
nBCA embolisation, controlled by adenosine-induced
asystole
F. Thaher, M. Aguilar, C. Harmening, W. Kurre, R. Martinez, P. Kurucz,
O. Ganslandt, H. Henkes; Stuttgart/DE
14:41
B-0402
Prediction of long-term functional outcome after
subarachnoid hemorrhage using machine learning
C. Rubbert, R. May, D. Martens, B. Turowski, C. Mathys, J. Caspers;
Düsseldorf/DE
14:49
B-0403
Thrombo-embolic complications during intracranial
arterial endovascular procedures treated with stent
retrievers by mechanical thrombectomy: technical
and clinical results
M. Voormolen, T. van der Zijden, T. Menovsky, L. Yperzeele, I. Baar,
O. d‘Archambeau, F. De Belder, P.M. Parizel; Edegem/BE
14:57
B-0404
CT angiography/perfusion (CTA-CTP) for early
detection of vascular complications after
subarachnoid haemorrage (SH) due to aneurysm
rupture
E. Puglielli, L. Gregori, V. Di Mizio, R. Lattanzi, A. Bernardini,
V. Di Egidio; Teramo/IT
15:05
B-0405
Imaging anatomy of dural blood supply from pial
arteries: evaluated by 3D rotational angiography in
normal subjects and pathologic conditions
S. Tanoue1, H. Kiyosue1, H. Mori1, T. Kubo1, K. Sugita1, R. Ishibashi2,
A. Ishii2; 1Oita/JP, 2Kitakyushu/JP
15:13
B-0406
Safety and efficacy of intravenous tirofiban as
antiplatelet premedication for stent-assisted coiling
in acutely ruptured intracranial aneurysms
J. Lee, B. Kim, M. Kang, S. Kim, S. Choi; Busan/KR
15:21
B-0407
Association of automatically quantified blood
volume after aneurysmal subarachnoid haemorrhage
with delayed cerebral ischemia
I.A.J. Zijlstra; Amsterdam/NL
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10:30–12:00
Room B
Abdominal Viscera
SS 601a
11:42
B-0417
Chronic liver disease and primary liver
tumours
E. Talakic, S. Schaffellner, D. Kniepeiss, H. Müller, R. Stauber,
H. Schöllnast; Graz/AT
Moderators: D.E. Malone; Dublin/IE, P. Rodriguez; Madrid/ES
10:30
B-0408
Surveillance for hepatocellular carcinoma in high-risk
patients: abdominal ultrasound compared to crosssectional imaging: results of 5-year cohort follow-up
Volume CT-perfusion of the liver and spleen: is there
a correlation between hepatic venous pressure
gradient (HVPG) and perfusion in patients with liver
cirrhosis?
10:30–12:00
Room C
Breast
L. van Dam, F.E.J.A. Willemssen, R.S. Dwarkasing; Rotterdam/NL
SS 602a
10:38
B-0409
Comparison of diagnostic performance of gadoxetic
acid-enhanced liver MR imaging with multidetector
CT in detection of Dysplastic nodules and early
hepatocellular carcinoma
B. Kim, J. Lee, J. Kim; Seoul/KR
10:46
B-0410
J. Yoon, J. Lee, K. Lee, J. Han; Seoul/KR
10:54
B-0411
11:18
B-0414
Comparison of imaging features of intrahepatic
mass-forming cholangiocarcinoma on gadoxetic
acid-enhanced MR imaging with and without chronic
liver disease
J. Kim, J.-Y. Choi; Seoul/KR
11:26
B-0415
10:38
B-0420
10:46
B-0421
Abbreviated combined MR protocol: a new faster
strategy for characterising breast lesions
M. Telegrafo, T. Introna, L. Coi, L. Rella, A. Stabile Ianora, G. Angelelli,
M. Moschetta; Bari/IT
10:54
B-0422
Breast MRI in the screening setting: is maximum
intensity projection (MIP) a reliable technique for
cancer detection?
M. Orsi, M. Cellina, E. Battaglia, F. Barmettler, G. Oliva; Milan/IT
11:02
B-0423
Intraductal breast disease in magnetic resonance
imaging: a systematic diagnostic approach
P. Clauser1, M. Marcon2, M. Mahajan3, M.A. Marino1, P. Kapetas1,
R. Woitek1, P.A.T. Baltzer1; 1Vienna/AT, 2Zurich/CH, 3Ottawa, ON/CA
11:10
B-0424
B1+ field correction of T1 estimation is necessary for
quantitative breast DCE MRI even at 1.5T
W. Tsai, K. Kao, K. Chang, C.E. Lin; Taipei/TW
Intrahepatic mass-forming cholangiocarcinoma in
high-risk patients for hepatocellular carcinoma:
how does LI-RADS v2014 work on gadoxetic acidenhanced MRI?
11:18
B-0425
I. Joo, J. Lee, S. Lee, J. Lee, J. Park, J. Han; Seoul/KR
11:34
B-0416
Only in invasive lobular cancers breast MRI use
is associated with a lower risk of surgical margin
involvement and reduced number of mastectomies: a
“real world” analysis in the Netherlands
M. Lobbes1, I. Vriens1, G. Nieuwenhuijzen2, L. Boersma1, T. van Dalen3,
H. Struikmans4, S. Siesling3, A. Voogd1, V. Tjan-Heijnen1;
1
Maastricht/NL, 2Eindhoven/NL, 3Utrecht/NL, 4The Hague/NL
Hepatocellular carcinoma in non-cirrhotic liver.
Multimodality imaging findings
M. Diaz-Zamudio, J. Dosal Bañuelos, C. Escalona-Huerta,
A. Hernandez-Martinez, F. Hofmann Gonzalez; Mexico City/MX
Breast cancer detection in dense breast with
abbreviated breast MRI protocol: first hundred cases
M. Nadrljanski, D. Pavlovic - Stankovic, N. Spasic,
V. Plesinac - Karapandzic, M. Nikitovic, Z. Milosevic; Belgrade/RS
Quantitative assessment of washout in hepatocellular
carcinoma using MRI
R. Kloeckner, D. Pinto dos Santos, K.-F. Kreitner, A. Leicher-Düber,
A. Weinmann, J. Mittler, C. Düber; Mainz/DE
11:10
B-0413
10:30
B-0419
Evaluation of combined read-out of Gd-EOB-DTPA
and gadobutrol magnetic resonance imaging for the
prediction of hepatocellular carcinoma grading
S. Kinner, T.C. Lauenstein, J. Best, S. Bertram, M. Reinboldt, J. Goebel;
Essen/DE
11:02
B-0412
Moderators: A. Sever; Maidstone/UK,
I. Thomassin-Naggara; Paris/FR
Comparison of the accuracy between liver and
spleen elastography using acoustic radiation force
impulse and other noninvasive tests in predicting the
presence of esophageal varices
Breast structure and risk of breast cancers: the MR
risk factors
C. Iacconi1, C. Marini2, G. Angelini2, D. Della Latta3, M. Giannelli2,
M. Moretti2, D. Mazzotta2; 1Carrara/IT, 2Pisa/IT, 3Massa/IT
11:26
B-0426
Pure ductal carcinoma in situ: evaluation of earlyphase dynamic characteristics on ultrafast breast MRI
C. Borelli1, R.D. Mus2, S. Vreemann2, M. Dalmis2, A. Gubern-Mérida2,
R.M. Mann2; 1Rome/IT, 2Nijmegen/NL
H. Kwon, B. Kim, J. Lee, J. Cho, J. Oh, J. Lee, S. Lee; Busan/KR
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Added value of Gd-EOB-DTPA enhanced liver MRI for
diagnosis of small HCC and atypical hepatic nodules
(d2cm)
Breast MRI: new sequences and
applications
Scientific Sessions
11:34
B-0427
Are the magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) features
of the pleomorphic variant of invasive lobular
carcinoma (ILC) different from classic ILC of the
breast?
P.M. Yeap, A. Evans, C. Purdie, J. Lee, S. Waugh, S. Vinnicombe;
Dundee/UK
11:42
B-0428
The value of breast MRI for patients with a biopsy
showing atypical ductal hyperplasia (ADH): can we
safely follow patients rather than perform surgery?
K. Tsuchiya1, D. Schacht1, D. Sheth1, N. Mori2, K. Kulkarni1, R. Reddy1,
J. Mueller1, G. Karczmar1, H. Abe1; 1Chicago, IL/US, 2Sendai/JP
10:30–12:00
11:18
B-0436
11:26
B-0437
Moderators: S. Bickelhaupt; Heidelberg/DE,
M. de Bruijne; Rotterdam/NL
10:30
B-0430
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An optimum combination of biological fingerprints
extracted from edge-enhanced chest radiograph to
identify misfiled images in a picture archiving and
communication system
Y. Shimizu, Y. Matsunobu, J. Morishita; Fukuoka/JP
10:38
B-0431
10:46
B-0432
11:34
B-0438
S. Mauf, U. Held, D. Gascho, R. Baumeister, W. Schweitzer, P. Flach,
T. Ruder, T. Nguyen-Kim, M.J. Thali, T. Jentzsch; Zurich/CH
11:42
B-0439
Evaluation of a new fully automated pulmonary lobe
segmentation algorithm on inspiratory and expiratory
MDCT scans over 4 time-points
O. Weinheimer1, M.O. Wielpütz1, P. Konietzke1, C.P. Heußel1,
H.-U. Kauczor1, C.J. Galban2, T.E. Robinson3; 1Heidelberg/DE,
2
Ann Arbor, MI/US, 3Palo Alto, CA/US
11:50
B-0440
Surface fitting based automatic segmentation and
quantification of pulmonary fissures and lobes
A patient identification system using a combination
of objective and subjective similarities in bedside
chest radiographs to prevent filing mistakes
10:30–12:00
Y. Sakai, T. Kato, K. Iwase, K. Takahashi, A. Hattori, Y. Nakamura,
J. Morishita; Fukuoka/JP
GI Tract
SS 601b
Development and evaluation of a computer-aided
diagnosis system for diagnosis of interstitial lung
diseases in high-resolution CT
10:30
B-0441
Multimodality imaging of Crohn’s
disease
Diagnostic value of 4th generation iterative
reconstrution algorithm with low dose CTenterography protocol in follow-up of Crohn’s
disease patients: comparison with standard dose
S. Lombardi, D. Ippolito, C. Talei Franzesi, C. Trattenero, P. Bonaffini,
S. Sironi; Monza/IT
10:38
B-0442
Improvement of perfusion characterisation in two
lung tumour subtypes using de-noised CT perfusion
maps
S. Baiocco1, D. Barone2, G. Gavelli2, A. Bevilacqua1; 1Bologna/IT,
2
Meldola/IT
Room O
Moderators: S. Gourtsoyianni; London/UK, C. Hoeffel; Reims/FR
Comparison of manual vs. fully automated lobebased quantification of pulmonary air-trapping on
paired inspiratory-expiratory MDCT in school age
children with CF
P. Konietzke1, O. Weinheimer1, M.O. Wielpütz1, C.P. Heußel1,
H.-U. Kauczor1, C.J. Galban2, T.E. Robinson3; 1Heidelberg/DE,
2
Ann Arbor, MI/US, 3Palo Alto, CA/US
11:02
B-0434
The unfolded chest cage: flat rib projection is
superior in the detection of rib fractures for trauma
surgeons and medical laypersons compared to
conventional multi planar reformation
Y. Hong, T. Nair, J. Lee; Suwon-city/KR
S.S. Martin, M.H. Albrecht, T.J. Vogl, V. Jacobi; Frankfurt/DE
10:54
B-0433
Automatic method to support radiologists in
choosing the most representative slices in CT
perfusion of lung cancer
S. Malavasi1, D. Barone2, S. Baiocco1, A. Bevilacqua1, G. Gavelli2;
1
Bologna/IT, 2Meldola/IT
Room Z
Image processing techniques (1)
Impact of segmentation techniques on the
performance of a CT texture-based lung nodule
classification system
J.M.Y. Willaime, L.C. Pickup, D. Boukerroui, A. Talwar, M.J. Gooding,
F.V. Gleeson, T. Kadir; Oxford/UK
Computer Applications
SS 605
Texture analysis of blood flow maps in CT perfusion
studies of NSCLC: correlation with the overall survival
S. Baiocco1, D. Barone2, G. Gavelli2, A. Bevilacqua1; 1Bologna/IT,
2
Meldola/IT
Influence of fat separation and spatial resolution
on the results of automated volumetric MRI
measurements of fibroglandular breast tissue
G.J. Wengert, K. Pinker-Domenig, T.H. Helbich, W.-D. Vogl,
P. Clauser, H. Bickel, M.-A. Marino, H. Magometschnigg, P.A.T. Baltzer;
Vienna/AT
11:50
B-0429
11:10
B-0435
Warm CO2 CT enteroclysis or virtual enteroscopy
(VE): preliminary experience of a new technique
for small bowel imaging on Crohn’s patients with
subocclusive or complicated disease
D. Szapiro, L. Bidaut, J. Serhan, A. Matthews, T. Hartley, A. Gangi;
Kirkcaldy/UK
10:46
B-0443
The value of dual energy CT in the detection of
pathological intestinal segments in patients with
Crohn disease (CD)
A. Villanueva, G. Tardáguila, C. Martínez, C. Varela; Vigo/ES
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10:54
B-0444
Long-term performance of readers trained in grading
Crohn’s disease activity using MRI
10:38
B-0453
C.A.J. Puylaert, J.A.W. Tielbeek, S. Bipat, T.N. Boellaard, C.Y. Nio,
J. Stoker; Amsterdam/NL
11:02
B-0445
L. Barbuto, C. Nappi, A. Ponsiglione, M. Puglia, M. Imbriaco,
E. Nicolai, L. Spinelli, A. Cuocolo; Naples/IT
Diffusion-weighted MRI for evaluating ileocolonic
inflammation in Crohn’ disease: how does it
contribute to diagnose disease activity?
10:46
B-0454
X. Li1, X. Jiang1, Z. Zhang2, S. Huang1, J. Lin1, L. Huang1, C. Sun1, Z. Li1;
1
Guangzhou/CN, 2Dallas, TX/US
11:10
B-0446
Evaluation of three MRE index for grading Crohn’s
disease activity
In vivo axial-strain sonoelastography helps
distinguish acutely inflamed from fibrotic terminal
ileum strictures in patients with Crohn’s disease
Dynamic contrast enhanced MRI of small bowel:
diagnostic value of quantitative perfusion analysis
in vascular assessment between inflammatory and
fibrotic lesions in Crohn’s disease
S. Lombardi, D. Ippolito, C. Talei Franzesi, S. Sironi; Monza/IT
11:34
B-0449
Comparison of magnetisation transfer and diffusionweighted MRI for detection of bowel fibrosis in
Crohn’s disease: initial experience
X. Jiang1, X. Li1, Z. Zhang2, S. Huang1, J. Lin1, L. Huang1, C. Sun1, Z. Li1;
1
Guangzhou/CN, 2Dallas, TX/US
11:42
B-0450
Evaluation of quantitative PET/MR-E biomarkers for
discriminating inflammatory from fibrotic strictures
in Crohn’s disease
O.A. Catalano, M. Gee, D. Sahani, U. Mahmood, B. Rosen, D. Gervais;
Boston, MA/US
11:50
B-0451
10:54
B-0455
T. Emrich, N. Abegunewardene, A. Theruvath, K. Oberholzer,
T. Muenzel, C. Dueber, K.-F. Kreitner; Mainz/DE
11:02
B-0456
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11:10
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11:18
B-0459
Cardiac magnetic resonance volume analysis in
patients with single ventricle
F. Secchi, M. Petrini, A. Cozzi, P. Cannaò, F. Sardanelli; Milan/IT
11:26
B-0460
Patient satisfaction with coronary CT angiography,
myocardial CT perfusion, myocardial perfusion
MRI, SPECT myocardial perfusion imaging and
conventional coronary angiography
S. Feger1, M. Rief1, E. Zimmermann1, F. Richter1, R. Röhle1, M. Dewey1,
E. Schönenberger2; 1Berlin/DE, 2Hannover/DE
11:34
B-0461
Room N
Contrast enhanced magnetic resonance imaging of
the heart in the quantification of myocardial damage
in drug-resistant hypertension
O. Mochula, W. Ussov; Tomsk/RU
Evolving techniques
Moderators: A.J.B.S. Madureira; Porto/PT,
M. Meyer; Mannheim/DE
10:30
B-0452
Cardiac magnetic resonance characteristics of
patients with the clinical signs of ST-elevation
myocardial infarction and normal coronary
angiography
F. Suhai, C. Czimbalmos, I. Csécs, A. Tóth, B. Horváth,
E. Szima Mármarosi, D. Becker, B. Merkely, H. Vágó; Budapest/HU
Cardiac
SS 603
Detection and quantification of myocardial infarction
using a dark blood late gadolinium enhancement
technique
A. Varga-Szemes1, G. Muscogiuri1, P. Suranyi1, W.G. Rehwald2,
C.N. De Cecco1, S. Mangold1, D. Caruso1, S.R. Fuller1, U.J. Schoepf1;
1
Charleston, SC/US, 2Chicago, IL/US
MRI features of proctitis in Crohn’s disease
C.J. Tutein Nolthenius, S. Bipat, B. Mearadji, A. Spijkerboer,
A. Montauban van Swijndregt, C.I.J. Ponsioen, J. Stoker;
Amsterdam/NL
Dependency of prevalence and extent of infarct
size (IS) and microvascular obstruction (MO) on
the timing of imaging and constrast injection after
infarction
11:42
B-0462
Cardiac magnetic resonance (CMR) evaluation of
non-compacted myocardium: comparison of two
software packages
E. Pershina1, M. Gutberlet2, M. Grothoff2; 1Moscow/RU, 2Leipzig/DE
Self-navigated 3D radial whole-heart MRA for
the assessment of coronary artery anomalies in
paediatric patients: comparison with coronary CTA
A. Varga-Szemes1, G. Muscogiuri1, C.N. De Cecco1, P. Suranyi1,
S. Mangold1, D. Piccini2, A. Hlavacek1, A.C. Nutting1, U.J. Schoepf1;
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Charleston, SC/US, 2Lausanne/CH
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L.M. Sconfienza1, L. Pescatori2, F.M. Doniselli2, F. Cavallaro1, G. Tontini1,
L. Pastorelli1, M. Vecchi1, F. Sardanelli1; 1San Donato Milanese/IT,
2
Milan/IT
11:26
B-0448
Relationship between myocardial fibrosis and left
ventricular functional impairment in diabetes mellitus
type-II: preliminary results
N. Galea, F. Ciolina, R. Pofi, T. Feola, C. Catalano, M. Francone,
I. Carbone; Rome/IT
J. Rimola1, A. Alvarez-Cofiño2, T. Pérez-Jeldres3, C. Ayuso1,
S. Rodríguez1, I. Alfaro1, I. Ordás1, J. Panés1; 1Barcelona/ES, 2Gijón/ES,
3
Santiago de Chile/CL
11:18
B-0447
Simultaneous positron emission tomographymagnetic resonance imaging for the early detection
of cardiac involvement in patients with AndersonFabry disease
Scientific Sessions
10:30–12:00
11:51
B-0472
Studio 2016
Genitourinary
SS 607a
Guidelines for intra-luminal uterine hypodensity
(ILUH) seen on CTs of postmenopausal women
M. Yassin, M. Amitai, N. Kanana, S. Apter, S. Raskin, E. Konen,
E. Klang; Ramat Gan/IL
Female pelvis
Moderators: O. Nikolic; Novi Sad/RS, K. Pyra; Lublin/PL
10:30
K-13
10:30–12:00
Keynote lecture
Vascular
D. Akata; Ankara/TR
10:39
B-0463
SS 615
Preoperative prediction using clinical and CT
parameters for optimal resection in advanced ovarian
cancer
B. Kim, S. Kim; Daegu/KR
10:47
B-0464
Room L8
Optimising vascular imaging techniques
Moderators: A.L.J. Bojanovic; Nis/RS, T. Rand; Vienna/AT
10:30
B-0473
CT predictors for selecting conservative surgery or
adnexectomy to treat adnexal torsion
Effects on intra-coronary attenuation using different
iodine concentrations (240, 300 and 370 mg/ml)
whilst maintaining identical IDR (EICAR-trial)
B.M.F. Hendriks, C. Mihl, M. Kok, S. Altintas, B.L.J.H. Kietselaer,
J.E. Wildberger, M. Das; Maastricht/NL
Y. Yim, S. Jung, M. Yu, H. Park, Y. Kim, H. Jeon; Seoul/KR
10:55
B-0465
10:38
B-0474
MRI to evaluate myometrium invasion in patients with
placenta previa: correlation with histological findings
G. Frauenfelder, M.I. Ginocchio, M. Morlando, P.P. Mainenti,
P. Martinelli, S. Maurea; Naples/IT
11:03
B-0466
G. Ivanac, M. Dzoic Dominkovic, K. Ivanac, B. Brkljačić; Zagreb/HR
Magnetic resonance elastography as a predictor of
response to treatment of magnetic resonance-guided
focused ultrasound surgery for uterine fibroids: a
preliminary study
10:46
B-0475
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A leiomyoma scoring system for selecting patients
for uterine artery embolisation
10:54
B-0476
N.N.N. Naguib, N.-E.A. Nour-Eldin, T. Gruber-Rouh, R. Hammerstingl,
S. Zangos, T.J. Vogl; Frankfurt a. Main/DE
11:19
B-0468
Colorectal infiltrating endometriosis: can MRI predict
the need of intestinal resection?
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Perfusion quantification of vascular malformations
using contrast-enhanced ultrasound (CEUS) with
time intensity curve analysis (TIC) before and after
percutaneous treatment
I. Wiesinger, W.A. Wohlgemuth, C. Stroszczynski, E.M. Jung;
Regensburg/DE
S. Ichikawa1, U. Motosugi1, M. Omori1, K. Sano2, S. Hirata1, H. Onishi1;
1
Chuo-shi, Yamanashi/JP, 2Hidaka-shi, Saitama/JP
11:11
B-0467
Measurement of blood velocities in renal, intrarenal
and carotid arteries: comparison of Ultrafast Doppler
and conventional color duplex Doppler
As low as reasonabily achievable: lowest dose
CT angiography in patients with endoleak after
endovascular aneurysm repair
R. Pizzolato, M. Belgrano, G. Poillucci, A. Spezzacatene, M. Cova;
Trieste/IT
11:02
B-0477
1
A. Scardapane , F. Lorusso , P. Pignataro , A.A. Stabile Ianora ,
G. Angelelli1; 1Bari/IT, 2Castellana Grotte/IT
Ultra-low dose and volume contrast medium (CM) for
aorta CTA: using IMR for substantial dose and volume
CM reduction in a prospective clinical study
P. Hou; Zhengzhou/CN
11:27
B-0469
Role and benefits of intraoperative ultrasound
guidance in intracavitary brachytherapy for cervical
cancer
11:10
B-0478
M. Hofmann, J. Salamon, C. Jung, M.G. Kaul, A. vom Scheidt,
G. Adam, H. Ittrich, T. Knopp; Hamburg/DE
T. Akbas, G. Ugurluer, M. Acil, T. Arpaci, M. Serin; Adana/TR
11:35
B-0470
Leiomyoma maximal diameter versus leiomyoma
volume: which is more reliable for proper patient
selection for uterine artery embolisation
11:18
B-0479
N.N.N. Naguib, N.-E.A. Nour-Eldin, T. Gruber-Rouh, T. Lehnert,
S. Zangos, T.J. Vogl; Frankfurt a. Main/DE
11:43
B-0471
Evaluation of pre-embolisation MRI-parameters of
uterine fibroids for predicting volume reduction and
quality-of-life score after uterine artery embolisation
(UAE)
I. Kalina, A. Tóth, É. Valcseva, P. Kaposi, N. Ács, S. Várbíró, V. Bérczi;
Budapest/HU
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endovascular devices
Investigation into MR angiography as a possible
replacement for rotational angiography or CT
angiography for cerebrovascular computational fluid
dynamics
H. Isoda1, Y. Yoneyama1, A. Fukuyama1, M. Terada2, M. Kamiya2,
K. Otsubo2, T. Kosugi3, Y. Komori4, S. Naganawa1; 1Nagoya/JP,
2
Iwata/JP, 3Hamamatsu/JP, 4Tokyo/JP
11:26
B-0480
Submillisievert CT angiography for carotid arteries
using new adaptive statistical iterative reconstruction
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A.D. Annoni, A. Formenti, G. Pontone, E. Nobili, A. Baggiano,
E. Conte, P. Montorsi, M. Pepi, D. Andreini; Milan/IT
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11:42
B-0482
Comparison of quantitative analysis to qualitative
analysis for interpretation of lower limb
lymphoscintigraphy
11:26
B-0491
E.C. Nganga; Nairobi/KE
Head and neck CT-angiography (HNCTA): Low and
patient tailored versus standard contrast medium
protocol
M. Raudner, D. Stelzeneder, C. Kronnerwetter, K. Pieber,
R. Windhager, V. Juras, S. Trattnig; Vienna/AT
11:34
B-0492
L. Capitolo, F. Cesarani, C. Vaudagna, E. Armando; Asti/IT
11:50
B-0483
The impact of MRI total spine on targeted patient
selection for surgical therapy of geriatric vertebral
fractures
C. Weber, C. Ossadnik, T. Abel, H. Hentschel, P. Bannas;
Hamburg/DE
Diagnostic accuracy for the detection of arterial
bleeding of the abdomen can be improved with
noise-optimized virtual monoenergetic dual-energy
CT
11:42
B-0493
S.S. Martin, J.L. Wichmann, J.-E. Scholtz, H. Weyer, A.M. Bucher,
R.W. Bauer, V. Jacobi, T.J. Vogl, M.H. Albrecht; Frankfurt/DE
10:30–12:00
Room E1
11:50
B-0494
Evaliation of diffusion-weighted MRI in osteoporosis
Q. Ren; Shijiazhuang/CN
10:30–12:00
Thursday
Body composition
Comparison of changes in quantitative computed
tomography bone structure and bone density using
two different iterative reconstruction methods
J. Borggrefe1, N. Abdullayev1, F. Thomsen2, M. Hellmich1, T. Damm3,
C.-C. Glüer3, B. Krug1; 1Cologne/DE, 2Bahía Blanca/AR, 3Kiel/DE
Musculoskeletal
SS 610a
Five-year follow-up T2 mapping of the lumbar
intervertebral disc at 3.0 Tesla: quantified imaging
methods for prognostic patient assessment
Room E2
Moderators: G. Guglielmi; Andria/IT, A.S. Issever; Berlin/DE
10:30
B-0484
Neuro
The diagnostic efficiency of CT value in the patients
with osteoporosis compared with bone mineral
density (BMD) based on quantitative computed
tomography (QCT)
P. Lei, J. Jiao, X. Chai; Guiyang/CN
SS 611
Cerebrovascular disease (1)
Moderators: K.M. Thierfelder; Munich/DE, P. Vilela; Almada/PT
10:30
K-14
Keynote lecture
P. Vilela; Almada/PT
10:38
B-0485
Association of MRS-based bone marrow fat fraction
and unsaturation level with vertebral bone strength
10:39
B-0495
T. Baum1, S. Ruschke1, C. Cordes1, M. Dieckmeyer1, H. Kooijman2,
R. Burgkart1, E.J. Rummeny1, J.S. Bauer1, D.C. Karampinos1;
1
Munich/DE, 2Hamburg/DE
10:46
B-0486
MRI to evaluate the effectiveness of enzyme
replacement therapy in type 1 Gaucher’s disease
patients
K. Tsuchiya, M. Yamashita, S. Ichisaka, M. Hara, M. Kokan, T. Suzuki;
Tokyo/JP
10:47
B-0496
B.C.S. Rabelo, R.R. Nobre, A.M.A. Lopes, R.T. Domingues, R.M.V. Mota,
R.G. Horta, L.L.S. Gavio, R. Strecker; Belo Horizonte/BR
10:54
B-0487
11:02
B-0488
Body mass is associated with chronic adventitial
shearing injuries in subcutaneous fat
10:55
B-0497
T.C. Gaunt, F. Carey, A. Toms; Norwich/UK
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Current smokers have a faster decline in bone density
than former smokers: a longitudinal CT study
11:03
B-0498
Validity of estimating muscles and fat volume from
single MRI slice in older adults with sarcopenia and
sarcopenic obesity
Y.X. Yang, M.S. Chong, L. Tay, S. Yew, A. Yeo, C.H. Tan; Singapore/SG
11:18
B-0490
Sex estimation using cross sectional MDCT anatomy
of C1 vertebrae
Internal carotid artery stenosis and collateral
recruitment in stroke patients
J.W. Dankbaar, K. Kerckhoffs, A.D. Horsch, I.C. van der Schaaf,
L.J. Kappelle, B.K. Velthuis; Utrecht/NL
F.A.A. Mohamed Hoesein1, E. Pompe1, J. Bartstra1, H.J.J. Verhaar1,
M. Oudkerk2, H.J. de Koning3, J.-W.J. Lammers1, P.A. de Jong1;
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Utrecht/NL, 2Groningen/NL, 3Rotterdam/NL
11:10
B-0489
Collateral flow assessment in intracranial major trunk
stenoocclusive diseases by fast non-contrast timeresolved MR angiography using arterial spin labelling
Comparison of four different collateral scores in
acute ischemic stroke by CT angiography
F. Seker, A. Potreck, M. Möhlenbruch, M. Bendszus, M. Pham;
Heidelberg/DE
Perfusion CT indexes and derived blood-brain barrier
permeability predicts hemorrhagic transformation
risk after intravenous thrombolysis in acute stroke
G. Carbo1, V. Cuba1, J. Puig1, G. Blasco1, J. Daunis-i-Estadella1,
M. Castellanos1, C. Van Eendenburg1, C. Aboud2, S. Pedraza1;
1
Girona/ES, 2Valencia/ES
11:11
B-0499
Blood brain barrier disruption after endovascular
stroke therapy: prediction of infarct development
with dual-energy computed tomography
T. Djurdjevic, B. Glodny, M. Knoflach, B. Matosevic, S. Kiechl,
E.R. Gizewski, A.E. Grams; Innsbruck/AT
A. Solmaz Tuncer1, S. Gürel2, S. Halıcıoğlu2, E. Dağıstan2, Z. Coşgun2,
S. Gür2; 1Manisa/TR, 2Bolu/TR
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11:19
B-0500
Cerebrovascular reserve mapping in severe
intracranial arterial stenosis
11:02
B-0509
A. Krainik, O. Heck, N. Boudiaf, I. Favre, E. Condamine, J. Pietras,
K. Boubagra, F. Tahon, O. Detante; Grenoble/FR
11:27
B-0501
CT-perfusion (CTP) and lepto-meningeal score (LMs)
for imaging based patient selection thrombectomy in
acute ischemic stroke
H.A. Nasr1, H.R.S. Farghaly2, A.O. Al Qarni3; 1Cairo/EG, 2Assiut/EG,
3
Riyadh/SA
11:10
B-0510
E. Puglielli, R. Lattanzi, S. Roiati, V. Di Mizio, L. Gregori, V. Di Egidio;
Teramo/IT
11:35
B-0502
Utility of diffusion and perfusion MRI for predicting
perihemorrhagic edema growth after intracerebral
haemorrhage
11:18
B-0511
Intravoxel incoherent motion diffusion weighted
imaging in evaluating the radio-sensitivity of
nasopharyngeal carcinoma xenografts
Y. Xiao, Y. Chen, J. Pan, D. Zheng, X. Zheng, Y. Chen; Fuzhou/CN
Combining motor function and diffusion tensor
imaging in the hyperacute intracerebral haemorrhage
accurately predict functional motor outcome
11:26
B-0512
V.L. Cuba Camasca, G. Carbó, J. Puig, G. Blasco, S. Pedraza;
Girona/ES
11:51
B-0504
Comparison of clinicoradiologic characteristics
of lung adenocarcinomas harbouring ALK
rearrangements or EGFR mutations treated by
surgical resection
H. Wang1, M. Schabath2, Y. Liu1, Y. Han1, Q. Li1, R. Gillies2, Z. Ye1;
1
Tianjin/CN, 2Tampa, FL/US
G. Carbo, V. Cuba, J. Puig, G. Blasco, J. Daunis-i-Estadella,
M. Terceño, Y. Silva, J. Serena, S. Pedraza; Girona/ES
11:43
B-0503
Thyroid incidentalomas on 18F-FDG PET/CT in
oncology patients: are there any predictors for
malignancy?
Iterative model reconstruction in brain CT in patients
with stroke
Pseudoprogression in cancer immunotherapy:
diagnostic imaging features
V. Kurra, R.J. Sullivan, J.F. Gainor, F.S. Hodi, L. Gandhi, C.A. Sadow,
G.J. Harris, K.T. Flaherty, S.I. Lee; Boston, MA/US
11:34
B-0513
X. Liu, L. Chen, W. Qi, Y. Jiang, Y. Liu, M. Zhang, N. Hong; Beijing/CN
Potential prognostic impact of CT-quantified
abdominal muscle and fat re-distribution under
chemotherapy in lung cancer patients
J. Nattenmüller, R. Wochner, T. Muley, M. Steins, S. Hummler,
H.-U. Kauczor, M.O. Wielpütz, C.P. Heussel; Heidelberg/DE
10:30–12:00
Room F1
Oncologic Imaging
SS 616
11:42
B-0514
Advanced imaging methods (1)
Moderators: V. Panebianco; Rome/IT,
B.M. Schaarschmidt; Düsseldorf/DE
10:30
B-0505
Nasopharyngeal carcinoma: predictive value of IVIMDWI on the radio-sensitivity
C. Santini1, A. Arranja2, A. Dankova3, F. Schosseler2, K. Morawska4,
P. Dubruel4, E. Mendes3, M. de Jong1, M. Bernsen1; 1Rotterdam/NL,
2
Strasbourg/FR, 3Delft/NL, 4Gent/BE
11:50
B-0515
Y. Xiao, Y. Chen, Y. Chen, Z. He, J. Pan; Fuzhou/CN
10:38
B-0506
CT perfusion heterogeneity as a prognostic
biomarker in NSCLC
S. Baiocco1, D. Barone2, G. Gavelli2, A. Bevilacqua1; 1Bologna/IT,
2
Meldola/IT
Intravoxel incoherent motion imaging (IVIM) in head
and neck cancers and nodal metastases: can we
predict patient outcome?
R. Balaji, D. Arivudainambi; Chennai/IN
10:46
B-0507
Intravenous vs intratumoral: effect of different
inection routes on biodistribution and tumour
accumulation of Pluronic-P94
Image quality and radiation dose of third generation
dual-energy CT of the head and neck compared with
a standard acquisition
S. Suntharalingam, A. Wetter, E. Stenzel, N. Guberina, A. Ringelstein,
T. Schlosser, M. Forsting, K. Nassenstein; Essen/DE
10:30–12:00
Room F2
Emergency Radiology
SS 617
Cardiothoracic emergencies
Moderators: F. Carbonetti; Rome/IT, J.B. Dormagen; Oslo/NO
10:30
K-15
Keynote lecture
V.E. Sinitsyn; Moscow/RU
10:54
B-0508
Dual phase dual-energy CT in patients treated with
erlotinib for advanced non-small cell lung cancer:
possible benefits of iodine quantification in response
assessment
J. Baxa1, T. Matouskova1, T. Flohr2, B. Schmidt2, M. Sedlmair2, J. Ferda1;
1
Plzen/CZ, 2Forchheim/DE
10:39
B-0516
Radiological pattern of bomb blast injuries
A. Raouf, R. Sayani; Karachi/PK
10:47
B-0517
Volume of intra-abdominal air measured by CT:
a potential marker for abdominal compartment
syndrome in trauma patients?
E.C. Schubert, E.J. Rummeny, K.-G. Kanz, K. Holzapfel; Munich/DE
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10:55
B-0518
Cardiovascular signs suggestive of thoracic
compartment syndrome (TCS) in emergency setting
10:55
B-0528
C. Liguori1, G. Frauenfelder1, F. Giurazza2, P.P. Saturnino1,
C. Acampora1, L. Romano1; 1Naples/IT, 2Rome/IT
11:03
B-0519
Triple rule-out CT in the emergency department
patient: should we just do it?
J. Moon, J. Cheung, S. Koh, K. Lee; Anyang, Gyeonggi-do/KR
11:03
B-0529
F. Morsbach, K. Higashigaito, D. Benz, H. Alkadhi; Zurich/CH
11:11
B-0520
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11:19
B-0521
HER2 positive breast cancer: correlation with
quantitative contrast-enhanced ultrasound
parameters
W. Jia, J.-N. Shi, X.-C. Fei, K.-W. Shen, M. Chen; Shanghai/CN
Assessment of the adequacy of the coronary CT scan
requests at the Emergency Department
V. García de Pereda De Blas, I. Tavera Bahillo, E. Camuera González,
J. Correa Zapata, I. Arrieta Artieda, M. Carreras Aja; Barakaldo/ES
Pulmonary embolism: do we evaluate the risk factors
properly in the ED? Pulmonary angio-CT in risk
stratified patients according to the revised Geneva
score
11:11
B-0530
11:19
B-0531
C.L. Piccolo, S. Ianniello, B. Sessa, G.L. Buquicchio, M. Trinci, V. Miele;
Rome/IT
Impact of Real-time Virtual Sonography, a
coordinated US and MRI system, on the detection of
conventional B-mode-occult lesions in second-look
US for MRI-detected breast lesions
S. Nakano, R. Tetsuka, K. Fujii, J. Kousaka, Y. Mouri, T. Ando, M. Goto,
T. Imai, T. Ishiguchi; Aichi/JP
11:27
B-0532
Breast elastography: does strain ratio value depend
on Regions Of Interest (ROIs) placement?
E. Maggini, E. Mancuso, V. Maldur, F. Pediconi, P. Ricci; Rome/IT
11:35
B-0523
Comparisons of CT grading with clinical outcome of
gastric corrosive injury at emergency room
Y.-C. Wong, L.-J. Wang, C.-H. Wu; Taoyuan City/TW
11:43
B-0525
Value of multi-detector CT in identifying diagnostic
findings in blunt bowel and/or mesenteric trauma:
our experience
M.C. Firetto, A.A. Lemos, E. Perucchini, T. Canini, P.R. Biondetti;
Milan/IT
11:35
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11:43
B-0534
Categorisation of focal breast lesions according to
the BI-RADS US lexicon: role of a computer-aided
decision-making support (S-Detect)
A.A.M. Orlando, M. Safina, L. Lodato, G. Buffa, A. Cirino, R. Ienzi,
A. Taibbi, T.V. Bartolotta; Palermo/IT
Ultrasound within the Austrian mammography
screening: benefit of regular quality assurance for
clinical partners
S. Wildner, C. Kollmann; Vienna/AT
10:30–12:00
Room D1
Breast
SS 602b
11:51
B-0535
Breast ultrasound
J. van Zelst, M. Balkenhol, M. Imhof-Tas, N. Karssemeijer, R. Mann;
Nijmegen/NL
Moderators: B. Brkljačić; Zagreb/HR, A. Domingo; Tarragona/ES
10:30
K-12
Keynote lecture
B. Brkljačić; Zagreb/HR
10:39
B-0526
10:30–12:00
Room D2
Interventional Radiology
Does pleomorphic invasive lobular carcinoma (ILC)
have different mammographic and ultrasound
features compared with classical ILC?
SS 609
Fast and accurate screening of women with dense
breasts with a dedicated computer-aided detectionbased reading protocol in automated 3D breast
ultrasound
J. van Zelst1, A. Gubern-Merida1, D. Drieling2, T. Tan1, M. Rutten3,
N. Karssemeijer1, R. Mann1; 1Nijmegen/NL, 2Bremen/DE,
3
‘s-Hertogenbosch/NL
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Non-vascular techniques in the
abdomen
Moderators: O. Akhan; Ankara/TR, D. Kuhelj; Ljubljana/SI
P.M. Yeap, S. Vinnicombe, C. Purdie, J. Lee, A. Evans; Dundee/UK
10:47
B-0527
Imaging molecular subtypes of invasive ductal
carcinoma in automated 3D breast ultrasound: how
to recognise cancers with a poor prognosis
10:30
B-0536
The minimally-invasive-treatment of ureteric stenosis
in children with balloon-angioplasty and double-Jstenting
A. Sanabria, S. Lombardo, J. Espejo, M. Perez, L. Zurera,
J. Betancourth; Cordoba/ES
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First-line diagnosis of paediatric pneumonia in
emergency: lung ultrasound in addiction to chest-XR
and its role in follow-up
The added value of breast ultrasound elastography
for differentiating between benign and malignant
lesions
H.-J. Kim1, S. Kim1, M. Jang1, B. Yun1, J. Chang2, N. Cho2;
1
Gyeonggi-do/KR, 2Seoul/KR
M. Arias L., H. Maestre, M. Lorente, R. Jimenez, J. Perez, F. Garcia,
A. Mas, A. Franco; San Juan de Alicante/ES
11:27
B-0522
Comparison of SRmax, SRave and color map of
elastography in differentiating malignant from
benign breast lesions
Scientific Sessions
10:38
B-0537
10:30–12:00
Combined endoscopic-radiological ureteral
rendezvous: technique and results
C. Zini, M. Corona, C. Cirelli, P. Lucatelli, G. Ricciuti, F.M. Salvatori;
Rome/IT
10:46
B-0538
Musculoskeletal
SS 610b
Colonic stenting: is still useful in the treatment of
malignant obstruction?
Percutaneous radiologic gastrostomy in amyotrophic
lateral sclerosis (ALS) patients with minimal
intravenous analgesia: technical success, safety and
efficacy
N. Mani1, R.K. Varma2; 1St. Louis, MO/US, 2Pittsburgh, PA/US
11:02
B-0540
10:30
B-0547
10:38
B-0548
Endoluminal RFA assisted percutaneous
recanalisation of biliary and main pancreatic duct
obstruction, caused by inoperable malignancy
Does preoperative percutaneous transhepatic
biliary drainage (PTBD) plays a role in reducing
complications after pancreaticoduodenectomy for
pancreatic head carcinoma?
Hepatic encephalopathy after TIPS: time to improve
the classification?
A. Discalzi, M. Calandri, E. Soncin, M. Fronda, A. Doriguzzi Breatta,
C. Gazzera, D. Righi, P. Fonio, G. Gandini; Turin/IT
11:26
B-0543
Tunnelled peritoneal catheter placement in the
palliative treatment of malignant ascites: technical
results and overall clinical outcome
I. Indesteege, A. Laenen, C. Verslype, H. Prenen, I. Vergote, G. Maleux;
Leuven/BE
11:34
B-0544
Outcomes of fluoroscopic and ultrasound guided
placement versus laparoscopic placement of
peritoneal dialysis catheters
A.M.K. Abdel Aal1, A.S. Moustafa1, M.F. Hamed2, N. Ertel1; 1Birmingham,
AL/US, 2Tuscaloosa, AL/US
11:42
B-0545
CT-guided placement of hyperthermia catheters
in oncologic patients to support regional deep
hyperthermia treatment
P. Kröpil, R. Wessalowski, C. Thomas, G. Antoch, R. Lanzman;
Düsseldorf/DE
11:50
B-0546
Radiologic placement of uncovered stents for the
treatment of malignant colonic obstruction at
ascending and transverse colon
J. Yoon, S. Kwon; Seoul/KR
Focal cartilage defects are associated with cartilage
damage progression in the same subregion and
new cartilage damage development in the same
tibiofemoral compartment: the MOST Study
A. Guermazi1, D. Hayashi1, F.W. Roemer1, J. Niu1, E.K. Quinn1,
M.D. Crema1, M.C. Nevitt2, D.T. Felson1; 1Boston, MA/US,
2
San Francisco, CA/US
10:46
B-0549
M. Fronda, G. Di Guardia, S. Silvestri, A. Discalzi, A. Doriguzzi Breatta,
D. Righi, P. Fonio, G. Gandini; Turin/IT
11:18
B-0542
Grating-based x-ray phase-contrast imaging: a new
high-resolution non-contrast enhanced quantitative
cartilage imaging technique? An experimental
feasibility study
P.M. Jungmann1, L. Birnbacher2, M. Viermetz2, P. Föhr1,
D.C. Karampinos1, F. Lohöfer1, M. Wildgruber1, E.J. Rummeny1,
J. Herzen2; 1Munich/DE, 2Garching/DE
M. Mizandari1, N. Habib2; 1Tbilisi/GE, 2London/UK
11:10
B-0541
Cartilage assessment
Moderators: E.H.G. Oei; Rotterdam/NL, S. Trattnig; Vienna/AT
P. Crivelli, M. Carboni, S. Profili, M. Conti, G. Meloni; Sassari/IT
11:54
B-0539
Room G
Weight loss is associated with slower cartilage
degeneration over 96 months in obese and
overweight subjects: data from the Osteoarthritis
Initiative
A.S. Gersing, B.J. Schwaiger, J. Zarnowski, G. Feuerriegel,
J. Guimaraes, L. Facchetti, N. Chancheck, M.C. Nevitt, T.M. Link;
San Francisco, CA/US
10:54
B-0550
Quantitative T2* analysis of articular cartilage of the
tibiotalar joint in professional soccer players and
healthy individuals at 3T MRI
C. Behzadi, F.O. Henes, A. Quitzke, M.G. Kaul, G. Adam, M. Regier;
Hamburg/DE
11:02
B-0551
Chondrocalcinosisis associated with accelerated
degeneration of the knee joint: data from the
Osteoarthritis Initiative
A. Gersing1, B.J. Schwaiger1, U. Heilmeier1, L. Facchetti1,
N. Lane2, M.C. Nevitt1, C.E. McCulloch1, L.S. Steinbach1, T.M. Link1;
1
San Francisco, CA/US, 2Sacramento, CA/US
11:10
B-0552
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11:18
B-0553
The role of MRI in the diagnosis of early forms of
osteoarthritis at visualisation of articular cartilage
lesions of knee and ankle joints in young athletes
I.N. Dutova, A. Karpenko; St. Petersburg/RU
Efficacy of an outpatient musculoskeletal
interventional radiology practice model in the
treatment of knee osteoarthritis using autologous
blood derived growth factors
A.X. Doss; Nedlands/AU
11:26
B-0554
Value of fat-suppressed fluid-sensitive MRI sequences
for the detection and characterisation of Modic I endplate changes of the lumbar spine
T. Finkenstaedt1, F. Del Grande2, N. Bolog1, N. Ulrich1, S. Tok1,
O. Kolokythas3, J. Steurer1, G. Andreisek1, S. Winklhofer4; 1Zurich/CH,
2
Lugano/CH, 3Winterthur/CH, 4San Francisco, CA/US
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11:34
B-0555
Cross-sectional and longitudinal layer-specific
femorotibial cartilage T2 mapping in knees without
risk of, with risk of, and with early knee osteoarthritis
11:18
B-0564
W. Wirth1, F.W. Roemer2, S. Maschek1, F. Eckstein1; 1Salzburg/AT,
2
Erlangen/DE
11:42
B-0556
Initial experience of high resolution PET/MRI imaging
of ACL graft viability using 18F-FDG and 3T
G. Widmann, C. Url, D. Dejaco, A.-K. Haug, N. Fischer, D. Riedl,
H. Riechelmann; Innsbruck/AT
11:26
B-0565
K. Binzel1, R. Magnussen1, C. Kaeding1, D. Flanigan1, W. Wei1,
M.U. Knopp2, M.V. Knopp1; 1Columbus, OH/US, 2Malibu, CA/US
11:50
B-0557
Sensitivity and specificity of the Whole-Organ
Magnetic Resonance Imaging Score (WORMS) in
patients after anterior cruciate ligament injury
Room M 1
11:34
B-0566
11:42
B-0567
10:30
B-0558
Discrimination post-therapeutic changes from local
residual / recurrent tumoural tissue in malignant
neck masses following therapy using MR diffusion
weighted imaging
A. Baiomy, A. Youssef, E.M.M. Mahmoud, M.A.M. Yehya; Cairo/EG
11:50
B-0568
Diffusion-weighted imaging using readoutsegmented EPI sequence (RESOLVE) in the head and
neck cancer
Detection of cartilage invasion in laryngeal
carcinoma with dynamic-contrast enhanced CT
J.W. Dankbaar, J. Oosterbroek, E.A. Jager, H.W. de Jong,
F.A. Pameijer, C.P. Raaijmakers, S.M. Willems, C.H. Terhaard,
M.E. Philippens; Utrecht/NL
S. Kim, S. Jung; Seoul/KR
10:38
B-0559
10:30–12:00
SR EPI DWI vs. SS EPI DWI in head and neck cancer
I. Platzek, H.H. Kitzler, V. Plodeck, H. Leonhardt, V. Gudziol,
M. Laniado; Dresden/DE
10:46
B-0560
10:54
B-0561
Differentiation of incidental tracer uptake in the head
and neck area: a comparison between 18F-FDG PET/
CT and 18F-FDG PET/MRI
Role of pre-operative ultrasonography for tumour
thickness evaluation in guiding management in
patients with oral tongue squamous cell carcinoma
A.V. Nair1, P. Meera2, P.K. Nazer2, P.V. Ramachandran2; 1Trivandrum/IN,
Kochi/IN
2
11:02
B-0562
Genitourinary
SS 607b
B.M. Schaarschmidt1, B. Gomez2, C. Buchbender1, J. Grueneisen2,
L.M. Sawicki1, V. Ruhlmann2, A. Wetter2, G. Antoch1, P. Heusch1;
1
Düsseldorf/DE, 2Essen/DE
Room M 2
New frontiers: urolithiasis and renal
function
Moderators: M.-F. Bellin; Le Kremlin-Bicêtre/FR,
J. Lopes Dias; Lisbon/PT
10:30
B-0569
Determination of optimal imaging setting for
urolithiasis CT using FBP, statistical IR, and
knowledge-based IMR: physical human phantom
study
S. Park; Seoul/KR
10:38
B-0570
Vascular pattern analysis on microvascular
ultrasonography in differentiating metastatic
lymphadenopathy from tuberculous lymphadenitis
Feasibility of in vitro differentiation of urinary stones
using manufacturer-recommended and doseoptimised protocols with single-source split-filter
dual-energy CT
A. Parakh1, A. Euler1, D. Boll1, F. Morsbach2, D. Mueller2,
Z. Szucs-Farkas3, S. Schindera1; 1Basle/CH, 2Zurich/CH, 3Berne/CH
I. Ryoo, S. Suh, S. Chae, A. Park, M. Ku, H. Shin, H. Seol; Seoul/KR
11:10
B-0563
10:46
B-0571
Standardisation of diffusion weighted MRI technique
in characterisation of cervical lymphadenopathy
A.M. Aboelsouad, H. Atta, M. Abd Ellah, A. Gabr, H.M.K. Imam;
Assuit/EG
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Attenuation-based automatic tube voltage selection
with tube current adaption in nonenhanced CT for
detection of urolithiasis: diagnostic performance and
radiation exposure
G.-M. Zhang, H. Sun, H.-D. Xue, Z.-Y. Jin; Beijing/CN
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Pre- and post-operative imaging in
oncology
Moderators: A. Borges; Lisbon/PT, S. Steens; Nijmegen/NL
Change in ADC as a promising imaging biomarker for
predicting long-term loco-regional control for locally
advanced head and neck cancer treated with chemoradiotherapy
A. Balbo Mussetto, M. Petracchini, A. Tribunella, A. Macera,
S. Cavanna, C. Lario, T. Gallo, S. Cirillo; Turin/IT
Head and Neck
SS 608
Role of dynamic contrast-enhanced and diffusion
weighted MRI in the differentiation between posttreatment changes and recurrent laryngeal cancers
S.D. Abouelenein; Alexandria/EG
B.J. Schwaiger1, A.S. Gersing1, B. Ma1, S.A. Rodeo2, A.J. Krych3,
T.M. Link1, S. Majumdar1; 1San Francisco, CA/US, 2New York, NY/US,
3
Rochester, MN/US
10:30–12:00
Estimation of tumour and lymph node volumes
in head and neck cancer to predict response to
radiochemotherapy
Scientific Sessions
10:54
B-0572
Virtual nonenhancced images generated from
spectral CT: determinants of detection of urinary
calculi in the renal collecting system
10:38
B-0581
R. Daghistani, V. Delannoy, J.-B. Faivre, J. Giordano, J. Rémy,
M. Remy-Jardin; Lille/FR
Y. Chen, P.J. Lv, J.B. Gao; Zhengzhou/CN, Henan/CN
11:02
B-0573
Prediction of surgically induced chronic kidney
disease after total nephrectomy: body surface area
adjusted virtually calculated renal cortical volume on
CT
S. Hwang, D. Sung, S. You, N. Han, B. Park, M. Kim, S. Cho; Seoul/KR
11:10
B-0574
Evaluation of Iterative model reconstruction (IMR)
in ultra low-dose MDCT for urinary stone detection:
a comparison to filtered-back-projection and iDose
level 4
10:46
B-0582
10:54
B-0583
11:02
B-0584
Non-invasive measurements of renal haemodynamics
over 24 hours in healthy volunteers using ASL, BOLD
and phase contrast
11:10
B-0585
Comparison of CT findings between bacteremic
and non-bacteremic acute pyelonephritis due to
Escherichia coli
Radiation dose and image quality of 80 kVp renal
artery CT angiography with SAFIRE: comparison with
120 kVp renal artery CT angiography with FBP
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11:50
B-0579
11:18
B-0586
11:26
B-0587
Contrast-induced nephropathy, does it occur in
an unselected cohort with normal or moderately
reduced renal function? A prospective study
Prognostication using longitudinal change in
idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF): analysis of
change in computer and visual CT variables and
forced vital capacity (FVC)
J. Jacob1, B. Bartholmai2, R. Karwoski2, A. Nair1, S. Raghunath2,
S. Rajagopalan2, S. Walsh1, A. Wells1, D. Hansell1; 1London/UK,
2
Rochester, MN/US
J. Carlqvist, J. Brandberg, M. Hellström; Göteborg/SE
11:34
B-0588
Measurement of CT perfusion parameters in kidneys
with single renal artery vs double renal arteries: is it
different?
10:30–12:00
Impact of different types and levels of iterative
reconstructions on emphysema quantification by
computed tomography scanner
S.P. Martin, J. Gariani, A.-L. Hachulla-Lemaire, D. Adler, W. Karenovics,
X. Montet; Geneva/CH
11:42
B-0589
Room M 3
Computed tomography quantification of emphysema
with COPD module in IntelliSpace Portal7
E. De Boer, N. Warringa, L. Meijering, J. Wiersma, S. Walen,
J.W.K. van den Berg, M.F. Boomsma; Zwolle/NL
Chest
Spectral CT, advanced CT analysis and
emphysema
Moderators: F. Molinari; Lille/FR, M. Silva; Parma/IT
10:30
B-0580
Mortality prediction in pulmonary fibrosis:
comparison of computer and visual CT analysis and
pulmonary function tests (PFT) with the gender, age,
physiology (GAP) staging system
J. Jacob1, B. Bartholmai2, A. Brun1, R. Egashira1, A. Nair1,
S. Rajagopalan2, S.L.F. Walsh1, A. Wells1, D. Hansell1; 1London/UK,
2
Rochester, MN/US
M.T. El-Diasty, G. Gaballa, M.E. Abou-Elghar, T.A. El-Diasty;
Mansoura/EG
SS 604
Patient information in connection with radiological
examinations is inadequate
L. Ukkola, H. Oikarinen, A. Henner, O. Tervonen; Oulu/FI
P. Lei, G. Shen, J. Jiao, X. Wang; Guiyang/CN
11:42
B-0578
Can spectral CT imaging improve the differentiation
between malignant and benign solitary pulmonary
nodules?
Y. Zhang, J. Cheng, X. Hua, M. Yu, C. Xu, F. Zhang, J. Xu, H. Wu;
Shanghai/CN
D. Kim, S. Oh, B.-K. Je, S. Lee, D. Hong; Ansan/KR
11:34
B-0577
Diagnosis of solitary pulmonary nodule: one-step
spectral and perfusion imaging
S. Wang, J. Gao; Zhengzhou/CN
P. Eckerbom1, E. Cox2, I. Subasic1, J. Weis1, F. Palm1, P. Hansell1,
S. Francis2, P. Liss1; 1Uppsala/SE, 2Nottingham/UK
11:26
B-0576
What is the optimal monochromatic keV level
for lung parenchyma analysis in spectral CT? A
qualitative study on 50 patients
M. Ohana, A. Labani, M.-Y. Jeung, C. Roy; Strasbourg/FR
J. Schmidt-Holtz, A. Laqmani, S. Butscheidt, M. Kurfürst,
M. Avanesov, C. Behzadi, H.-D. Nagel, G. Adam, M. Regier;
Hamburg/DE
11:18
B-0575
Single energy scanning of large adult patients: can
we improve image quality with spectral shaping?
11:50
B-0590
Is spectral separation improved with the thirdgeneration of dual-source CT systems?
M. Remy-Jardin, C. Bortolotto, S. Khung, J.-B. Faivre, A. Duhamel,
J. Rémy; Lille/FR
Transforming thoracic oncologic CT examinations
into a CT pulmonary angiography for the detection
of pulmonary embolism using ultra low keV
monoenergetic reconstructions
H. Haubenreisser, A. Tecl, M. Meyer, S.O. Schönberg, T. Henzler;
Mannheim/DE
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14:00–15:30
Room B
Abdominal Viscera
SS 701a
15:12
B-0600
Functional imaging of liver and spleen
Moderators: P. Leander; Malmö/SE, A. Wibmer; Vienna/AT
14:00
B-0591
Diffusion-weighted imaging (DWI) of the liver in
assessing chronic liver disease: effects of the fat and
iron deposition on apparent diffusion coefficient
(ADC) values
M. Wang, J. Gao; Zhengzhou/CN
15:20
B-0601
A. Kahraman, B. Kahraman, Z. Ozdemir, C. Gormeli, N. Sahin,
S. Yilmaz; Malatya/TR
14:08
B-0592
14:16
B-0593
J. Kim, C. Lee, Y. Park, J. Lee, J. Choi, K. Kim, C. Park, H. Lee;
Seoul/KR
14:00–15:30
K.K. Lomovtseva, A. Glotov, D. Babaeva, D. Kalinin,
G. Karmazanovsky; Moscow/RU
Breast
SS 702
Diffusion weighted imaging of upper abdominal
organs in different time points: value of normalisation
using spleen as a reference organ
Biexponential model of intravoxel incoherent motion
MRI in evaluation of the hepatic warm ischemia
reperfusion injury: A preliminary experimental study
in a rabbit model
14:00
B-0602
14:48
B-0597
14:08
B-0603
14:16
B-0604
H. Ogul1, L. Karaca1, R. Sade1, M. Kantarci1, U. Bayraktutan1,
B. Gündogdu1, N. Karabulut2, Y. Akyuz3, M. Turkeli1; 1Erzurum/TR,
2
Denizli/TR, 3Yozgat/TR
15:04
B-0599
Spectral CT combined with contrast-enhanced
ultrasonography (CEUS) in evaluation on the blood
perfusion and the correlation with angiogenesis of
rabbit VX2 liver tumour
M. Wang, J. Gao; Zhengzhou/CN
Apparent diffusion coefficient values of breast
cancer and normal breast tissue in diffusionweighted imaging: effects of the menstrual cycle and
menopausal status
J. Kim, H. Kang; Busan/KR
14:24
B-0605
The value of Gadoxetic acid-enhanced and diffusionweighted MR imaging for distinguishing benign and
malignant splenic masses
Role of apparent diffusion coefficient values using
3T magnetic resonance imaging in differentiation of
hepatic alveolar echinococcosis from primary hepatic
tumours
Microstructural environment analysis of breast lesions
with diffusion kurtosis imaging
L. Nogueira1, F. Borlinhas2, S. Brandão3, R.G. Nunes2, J. Loureiro3,
I. Ramos3, H.A. Ferreira2; 1Vila Nova de Gaia/PT, 2Lisbon/PT,
3
Porto/PT
DCIS (ductal carcinoma in situ) in breast MRI:
comparison of diffusion-weighted imaging findings
in pure DCIS and in DCIS with associated invasive
cancer or microinvasion
S. Bednarova, I. Bednarova, P. d’Angelo, A. Linda, R. Girometti,
C. Zuiani, M. Bazzocchi; Udine/IT
S.-Y. Choi1, S. Kim2, K. Jang2, T. Kang2, K. Song2, J. Moon2;
1
Bucheon/KR, 2Seoul/KR
14:56
B-0598
Diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) is an accurate
and solid imaging biomarker for early response
evaluation to neoadjuvant chemotheraphy
E. Garcia Oliver1, J. Camps Herrero1, M. Forment Navarro1,
V. Ricart Selma1, E. Furman-Haran2, N. Nissan2, H. Degani2; 1Alzira/ES,
2
Rehovot/IL
The characteristics for metabolism and diffusion in
various hepatic masses: a preliminary study
E. Kong, I. Cho; Daegu/KR
Breast MRI-DWI (1)
Moderators: F. Pediconi; Rome/IT, F. Thibault; Paris/FR
Q. Ji, Z.-Q. Chu; Tianjin/CN
14:40
B-0596
Room C
14:32
B-0606
The usefulness of the qualitative analysis of breast
lesions at high-resolution diffusion-weighted MRI as
an adjunct to quantitative analysis
Y. An1, J. Byeon1, B. Kang2; 1Suwon/KR, 2Seoul/KR
14:40
B-0607
Role of diffusion weighted imaging with background
suppresion in early detection of breast cancer in
young patients
K.E. Allam; Cairo/EG
14:48
B-0608
Predicting tumour proliferation and aggressiveness
with breast MRI: role of quantitative diffusionweighted imaging (DWI)
G. Cristel, A. Damascelli, C. Losio, E. Schiani, M. Panzeri,
M. Rodighiero, P. Panizza, F. De Cobelli, A. Del Maschio; Milan/IT
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Thursday
A step towards scan time minimisation: simultaneous
multislice-accelerated diffusion-weighted imaging of
the liver
J. Song, J. Byon, E. Kim; Jeonju/KR
14:32
B-0595
Unexpected increase of apparent diffusion
coefficient (ADC) value in conversion from
regenerative nodule/degenerative nodule (RN/DN)
to hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC)
The ADC value of focal solid liver lesions: does it
depend on tumour cellularity?
J. Taron1, P. Martirosian1, M. Erb1, T. Kuestner2, J. Weiss1,
M. Notohamiprodjo1, N. Schwenzer1, K. Nikolaou1, C. Schraml1;
1
Tübingen/DE, 2Stuttgart/DE
14:24
B-0594
Spectral CT combined with dynamic contrastenhanced magnetic resonance imaging in evaluation
on the blood perfusion and the correlation with
angiogenesis of rabbit VX2 liver tumour
Scientific Sessions
14:56
B-0609
Inter-observer agreement of semi-automated
quantitative lesion analysis in breast diffusionweighted imaging
14:49
B-0618
H. Dijkstra1, M.D. Dorrius1, M. Wielema1, K. Jaspers1, R.M. Pijnappel2,
M. Oudkerk1, P.E. Sijens1; 1Groningen/NL, 2Utrecht/NL
15:04
B-0610
The additional value of ADC and IVIM in dynamic
contrast-enhanced MRI of the breast
P.M. Kitrou, S. Spiliopoulos, P. Papadimatos, V. Theodosiadou,
A. Lepida, N. Christeas, D. Karnabatidis; Patras/GR
14:57
B-0619
M.D. Dorrius1, H. Dijkstra1, M. Wielema1, K. Jaspers1, R.M. Pijnapel2,
M. Oudkerk1, P.E. Sijens1; 1Groningen/NL, 2Utrecht/NL
15:12
B-0611
Apparent diffusion coefficient values for
discriminating benign and malignant breast MRI
lesions
15:05
B-0620
2-years experience in endovascular treatment of
ruptured cerebral aneurysms: comparison between
simple coiling and stent-assisted-coiling
F. Giurazza1, R. Pimentel Silva2, M. Tecame3, G. Guarnieri3, M. Muto3;
1
Rome/IT, 2Lisbon/PT, 3Naples/IT
Role of MRI diffusion as an adjunct to contrast
enhanced MRI of the breast for the evaluation
of breast cancer patients receiving neoadjuvant
chemotherapy
15:13
B-0621
H.H.N. El Kassas, M. Helal, A. Abu Rabia, N. Abd El Razik, S. Gareer,
A. Farahat, M.H. Zedan; Cairo/EG
14:00–15:30
Placement of central venous catheters in the routine
clinical setting: estimation of the costs and the
learning curve of radiologist newly learning the
implantation procedures
R. Rotzinger1, B. Gebauer1, D. Schnapauff1, F. Streitparth1, G. Wieners1,
C. Grieser1, P. Freyhardt1, B. Hamm1, M.H. Maurer2; 1Berlin/DE,
2
Berne/CH
Room Z
15:21
B-0622
Vascular
SS 715
Influence of renal denervation on aortic distensibility
in ApoE-deficient rats: assessment by ultrahigh field
MRI
P. Fries, A. Müller, J. Stroeder, M. Hohl, D. Linz, M. Böhm, F. Mahfoud,
G. Schneider, A. Buecker; Homburg/DE
D. Rajgopal1, K. Bhawat2; 1Manglore/IN, 2Davangere/IN
15:20
B-0612
Paclitaxel-coated balloon vs plain balloon
angioplasty for the treatment of symptomatic central
venous stenosis in dialysis access
Endovascular therapies: what’s new?
Moderators: F. Fanelli; Rome/IT, D.K. Tsetis; Iraklion/GR
Radiation dose reduction during transjugular
intrahepatic portosystemic shunt (TIPS) implantation
using a novel image-processing platform
C. Spink, T. Schmidt, M. Grass, M. Avanesov, G. Adam, P. Bannas,
A. Koops; Hamburg/DE
14:00
K-18
Keynote lecture
F. Fanelli; Rome/IT
14:00–15:30
14:09
B-0613
TPA immobilisation on iron oxide nanocubes and
localised magnetic hyperthermia accelerate blood
clot lysis
GI Tract
SS 701b
E. Vörös1, M. Cho2, Z. Garami2, I. Battyáni1, P. Decuzzi3, K. Tóth1;
1
Pecs/HU, 2Houston, TX/US, 3Genoa/IT
14:17
B-0614
3D-guidance for catheter-based interventions
with tessellated heart models for cardiovascular
interventions in congenital heart disease (CHD)
Balloon-assisted n-butyl cyanoacrylate glue
embolisation mixed with Lipiodol and ethanol to
reduce catheter adhesion
14:00
B-0623
Rotational atherothrombectomy in combination with
drug eluting balloon angioplasty for femoropopliteal
occlusions: 12 month outcome
F. Scheer, C. Luedtke, E. Schlöricke, P. Kamusella, R. Andresen,
C. Wissgott; Heide/DE
14:41
B-0617
Quantitative radiomics features as prognostic
indicator of esophageal cancer undergoing
chemoradiotherapy
Y. Cho, C. Park, S. Park, J. Goo; Seoul/KR
14:08
B-0624
J. Koizumi1, T. Hara1, T. Sekiguchi1, C. Itou1, T. Ichikawa1, B.J. d’Othee2;
1
Isehara City/JP, 2Baltimore, MD/US
14:33
B-0616
Advanced imaging of the oesophagus
and stomach
Moderators: O. Ekberg; Malmö/SE, M.A. Mazzei; Siena/IT
M. Glöckler, N. Ehret, O. Rompel, S. Dittrich; Erlangen/DE
14:25
B-0615
Room O
Role of qualitative CT features in differential
diagnosis of post-inflammatory oesophageal
strictures (corrosive, peptic) from oesophageal
cancer using two-phase dynamic MDCT
S.A. Buryakina, G.G. Karmazanovsky, D.V. Ruchkin, Q. Yang,
A.V. Vishnevskaya; Moscow/RU
14:16
B-0625
The efficacy of cine-magnetic resonance imaging in
accurate evaluation of the invasion level of tumour
tissue in esophageal carcinoma
M. Ozgokce1, F. Alper2, A. Yavuz1, H. Ogul2, Y. Aydin2, A. Batur1,
A. Eroglu2; 1Van/TR, 2Erzurum/TR
Time extended lyse-and-wait technique for
thrombosed hemodialysis access
S. Regus, W. Lang, M. Heinz, M. Uder, A. Schmid; Erlangen/DE
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14:24
B-0626
Pre-treatment contrast-enhanced CT texture analysis
(CTTA) of gastric cancer to predict response to
neoadjuvant chemotherapy: comparison with
histological tumour regression grade (TRG)
P. Marra, A. Salerno, S. Antunes, F. Giganti, A. Esposito, F. De Cobelli,
A. Del Maschio; Milan/IT
14:32
B-0627
14:24
B-0637
14:32
B-0638
The prognostic significance of extramural venous
invasion detected by multiple-row detector
computed tomography in stage III gastric cancer
G. Benedetti, A. Esposito, M. Cava, M. Colombo, D. Velardo,
S. Previtali, P. Rovere Querini, A. Del Maschio, F. De Cobelli; Milan/IT
14:40
B-0639
Comparison between CT Net enhancement and PET/
CT SUV for N staging of gastric cancer
14:48
B-0640
A.A. Stabile Ianora, N.M. Lucarelli, M. Telegrafo, A. Scardapane,
A.A. Niccoli, P. Pignataro, M. Moschetta, G. Angelelli; Bari/IT
15:04
B-0632
Can we identify the normal and abnormal
radiological findings after laparoscopic, adjustable
gastric banding (LAGB)?
14:56
B-0641
Contribution of CT in management of acute
abdominal pain after gastric bypass: correlation
between radiological and surgical findings
14:00–15:30
15:04
B-0642
Muscles
15:12
B-0643
Moderators: J. Oudeman; Amsterdam/NL,
D.J. Wilson; Oxford/UK
14:00
B-0634
14:08
B-0635
Assessment of fatty degeneration of the
gastrocnemius and soleus muscles in patients with
achillodynia using MRI: reliability of the Goutallier
classification system
Association of physical activity measured by
accelerometer with longitudinal changes of knee
joint abnormalities and cartilage T2: data from the
Osteoarthritis Initiative
A. Gersing1, M. Kretzschmar1, C. Claudi1, B.J. Schwaiger1, G.B. Joseph1,
D. Dunlop2, M.C. Nevitt1, C.E. McCulloch1, T. Link1; 1San Francisco,
CA/US, 2Chicago, IL/US
Diffusion tensor imaging-based tractography of the
myopathic and dystrophic skeletal muscle
S. Keller1, A. Golsari1, M. Gelderblom1, H. Kooijman-Kurfuerst1,
J. Wang2, G. Adam1, J. Yamamura1; 1Hamburg/DE, 2Dallas, TX/US
Comparison of T2* relaxation times of articular
cartilage of the knee in elite professional soccer
players and age-and BMI-matched volunteers
C. Behzadi, G.H. Welsch, F.O. Henes, A. Quitzke, G. Schoen, G. Adam,
M. Regier; Hamburg/DE
Room E1
Musculoskeletal
Can echo intensity obtained from ultrasonography
images reflect muscle strength in the frail elderly
population?
R. Mirón Mombiela, C. Borrás, F. Facal de Castro, P. Moreno;
Valencia/ES
F. Cuccioli, P. Karila Cohen, J. Laissy, J. Marmuse, K. Arapis; Paris/FR
SS 710
Do iliopsoas and gluteus maximus change with
aging? A MRI investigation in healthy adult
volunteers.
R. Crawford1, S. Franckenberg2, P. Kälin2, M.A. Fischer2, D. Nanz2,
E.J. Ulbrich2; 1Winterthur/CH, 2Zurich/CH
M. Andronikou- Zouvani; Paralimni/CY
15:12
B-0633
MRI of acute groin injury in athletes with a focus
on the adductor muscles: reliability and patterns of
injury
F.W. Roemer1, A. Serner2, P. Hölmich3, K. Thorborg3, A. Weir2, J.L. Tol2,
A. Guermazi4; 1Erlangen/DE, 2Doha/QA, 3Amager-Hvidovre/DK,
4
Boston, MA/US
F. Giganti, S. Antunes, A. Salerno, A. Ambrosi, P. Marra, E. Orsenigo,
A. Esposito, A. Del Maschio, F. De Cobelli; Milan/IT
14:56
B-0631
From myocardial to skeletal muscle: late gadolinium
enhancement as a new tool to reveal involvement in
idiopathic inflammatory myopathies
15:20
B-0644
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Application of a sub-set of skinfold sites for
ultrasound measurement of subcutaneous adiposity
and percentage body fat estimation in athletes
D.C. O’Neill, O. Cronin, S.B. O’Neill, D. Herlihy, D. Keohane, T. Woods,
M. Molloy, E. Falvey; Cork/IE
B.C.S. Rabelo, R.R. Nobre, A.M.A. Lopes, E.J.S. Ribeiro, D.S. Baumfeld,
R. Strecker; Belo Horizonte/BR
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Gastric cancer: texture analysis from multidetector
computed tomography as a potential prognostic
biomarker
Can we diagnose piriformis muscle syndrome via
sonoelastography: preliminary findings of twentyone patients
M. Baykara, A. Demirel, E. Berk, B. Kızıldağ, M.A. Sarıca, N. Yurttutan;
Kahramanmaraş/TR
J. Cheng, J. Wu, Y. Ye, C. Zhang, Y. Zhang, Y. Wang; Beijing/CN
14:48
B-0629
Characteristic MR signal intensity pattern of exerciseinduced rhabdomyolysis in thigh muscle: differential
point from other causes and its clinical significance
E. Yeon; Seoul/KR
Usefulness of dynamic CT transmural sign to
evaluate T staging of gastric cancer: histopathologic
correlation
S. Lee, D. Chung; Seoul/KR
14:40
B-0628
14:16
B-0636
Scientific Sessions
14:00–15:30
Room E2
Neuro
SS 711
14:00–15:30
Oncologic Imaging
Cerebrovascular disease (2)
SS 716
Moderators: U. Lamot; Ljubljana/SI, Z. Merhemic; Sarajevo/BA
14:00
B-0645
Added value of morphologic characteristics of
intracranial arteries to future stroke risk
N. Han, J. Jang, H. Byun, K. Lee, J. Koo, H. Choi, S.-L. Jung, K.-J. Ahn,
B.-S. Kim; Seoul/KR
14:08
B-0646
14:16
B-0647
14:00
K-19
Keynote lecture
J. Sosna; Jerusalem/IL
14:09
B-0655
Morphological characteristics of intracranial arteries:
their association with atherosclerotic risk factors and
white matter hyperintensities
Whole-body MRI with and without DWI: comparison
of capability for recurrence assessment with PET/CT,
PET/MRI and conventional radiological examination
in NSCLC patients
H. Byun, J. Jang, N. Han, S. Lee, H. Choi, S. Jung, K. Ahn, B.-S. Kim;
Seoul/KR
Y. Ohno1, Y. Kishida1, S. Seki1, H. Koyama1, K. Aoyagi2, H. Yamagata2,
K. Sugimura1; 1Kobe/JP, 2Otawara/JP
Intracranial atherosclerotic plaque enhancement: is it
a predictive marker of ischaemic stroke?
14:17
B-0656
Comparative performance of 18F-FDG PET/
MRI and 18F-FDG PET/CT regarding detection
and characterisation of pulmonary lesions in 121
oncologic patients
L.M. Sawicki1, J. Grueneisen2, C. Buchbender1, B.M. Schaarschmidt1,
V. Ruhlmann2, A. Wetter2, L. Umutlu2, G. Antoch1, P. Heusch1;
1
Düsseldorf/DE, 2Essen/DE
Intracranial vascular findings in a large tri-ethnic
cohort
A.J. Schmitt, L. Smith, A. Hughes, N. Chaturvedi, R.H. Jager;
London/UK
14:32
B-0649
Whole body imaging
Moderators: J. Sosna; Jerusalem/IL,
T.D. Westwood; Manchester/UK
A.H. Elmokadem1, F. Sherazi2, T.J. Carroll2, A. Honarmand2,
A. Shaibania2, M.C. Hurley2, S.A. Ansari2; 1Mansoura/EG, 2Chicago,
IL/US
14:24
B-0648
Room F1
14:25
B-0657
Influence of staging differences between 18F-FDG
PET/CT and 18F-FDG PET/MRI on therapeutic
decisions in non-small cell lung cancer patients
B.M. Schaarschmidt1, J. Grueneisen2, M. Metzenmacher2, B. Gomez2,
P. Heusch1, V. Ruhlmann2, L. Umutlu2, G. Antoch1, C. Buchbender1;
1
Düsseldorf/DE, 2Essen/DE
Is there any relationship between carotid artery
plaque and cerebral micro bleed?
F. Mubarak; Karachi/PK
14:40
B-0650
14:33
B-0658
Distinction of atherosclerotic intimal and non-intimal
calcification in the intracranial carotid artery on CT: a
histopathological comparison
D. Albano, C. Patti, L. La Grutta, E. Grassedonio, A. Mulè, R. Lagalla,
M. Midiri, M. Galia; Palermo/IT
R. Kockelkoren, A. Vos, W. van Hecke, A. Vink, W.P.T.M. Mali,
J. Hendrikse, D.H. Koek, P.A. de Jong, J. de Vis; Utrecht/NL
14:48
B-0651
Osteonecrosis detected by whole body magnetic
resonance (WB-MRI) in patients with Hodgkin
lymphoma treated by BEACOPP
14:41
B-0659
The importance of interface irregularity between
the tumour and brain parenchyma in differentiating
between typical and atypical meningiomas:
correlation with pathology
Qualitative and quantitative evaluation of whole
body MRI with DWI for bone marrow involvement in
follicular lymphoma
A. Balbo Mussetto1, C. Saviolo1, M. Petracchini1, E. Vietti1, C. Lario1,
A. De Libero1, D. Gottardi1, C. Tarella2, S. Cirillo1; 1Turin/IT, 2Milan/IT
J. Lee, K. Ahn, B. Kim, S. Jung, H. Choi, J. Jang, S. Lee; Seoul/KR
14:56
B-0652
15:04
B-0653
14:49
B-0660
Diagnostic accuracy of 3D black blood MR imaging
with high resolution T1 SPACE in the evaluation of
intracranial arterial thrombosis
Pre- and post-treatment relationship of glycolytic
activity on [18F]-FDG-PET and cell density on
diffusion-weighted MRI: preliminary results of an
[18F]-FDG-PET/MR study
A.H. Elmokadem1, T.J. Carroll2, M.C. Hurley2, A. Shaibani2, S.A. Ansari2;
1
Mansoura/EG, 2Chicago, IL/US
C. Giraudo, M. Weber, M. Raderer, D. Senn, G. Karanikas,
M. Mayerhoefer; Vienna/AT
Added value of 3D proton-density weighted images
in diagnosis of intracranial arterial dissection
14:57
B-0661
W. Lee, J. Kim, N.-Y. Shin, Y. Kim, S. Lim, S.-K. Lee; Seoul/KR
15:12
B-0654
High-resolution magnetic resonance (HR-MR)
findings of intracranial artery dissection based on
quantitative analysis
N. Lee, S. Jung, H. Kim, C.-G. Choi, S. Kim, D. Lee, D. Suh; Seoul/KR
Assessing progressive disease in myeloma patients
with whole-body diffusion-weighted imaging: a
prospective study comparing whole body T1-WI, T2STIR-WI and laboratory findings
S. Pans, V. Goosens, N. Noppe, F. De Keyzer, M. Delforge; Leuven/BE
15:05
B-0662
Efficacy of whole-body low-dose CT (WBLDCT) in
the staging of patients with multiple myeloma (MM):
comparison with whole-boby magnetic resonance
imaging (WBMRI)
E.B. Orsini, D. Ippolito, C. Talei Franzesi, V. Besostri, S. Spiga, S. Sironi;
Monza/IT
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15:13
B-0663
A comparative study between whole body diffusion
imaging with background signal suppression
(DWIBS) and FDG PET/CT in assessment of
lymphoma patients
A.M. Wafaie1, M. Kotb2, M. El-Azab2, A. Abo El-Regal2; 1Giza/EG,
2
Cairo/EG
15:21
B-0664
Generating evidence for clinical benefit of PET/CT
based on the results of an oncologic PET/CT registry
- filling the gap between diagnostic accuracy and
patient outcome?
C. Pfannenberg, B. Gueckel, S.-C. Schuele, N. Schwenzer,
S. Kaufmann, A.-C. Mueller, C. la Fougere, K. Nikolaou, P. Martus;
Tübingen/DE
14:00–15:30
Room F2
Physics in Radiology
SS 713
14:48
B-0671
K. Hellbach1, A. Yaroshenko2, K. Willer2, S. Auweter1, M.F. Reiser1,
A. Hilgendorff3, O. Eickelberg3, F. Pfeiffer2, F.G. Meinel1; 1Munich/DE,
2
Garching/DE, 3Neuherberg/DE
14:56
B-0672
15:04
B-0673
15:12
B-0674
Innovations in radiology
CT thermometry for temperature monitoring in
tumour hyperthermal treatments: influence of ROI
size and scan setting
In vivo skin moisturizing measurement by highresolution 3-T MR imaging
The impact of dual axis rotational coronary
angiography (DARCA) on patient and staff exposure
while using novel X-ray imaging technology
D. Buytaert, B. Drieghe, J. De Pooter, Y. Taeymans, K. Bacher;
Gent/BE
14:00–15:30
Room D1
Chest
T. Lindner1, O. Jansen1, M. Helle2; 1Kiel/DE, 2Hamburg/DE
14:16
B-0667
14:24
B-0668
SS 704
Moderators: G. Aviram; Tel Aviv/IL, E. Jon; Vitoria/ES
Whole-Body MRI: Inter- and Intra-Reproducibility
of Quantitative, Organ-specific Measures across
different 3 Tesla MR Scanners in the Pilot-Study of
the German National Cohort
14:00
K-16
C.L. Schlett1, T. Hendel2, J. Hirsch3, T. Ittermann4, H.-U. Kauczor1,
M. Forsting5, F. Bamberg6, .. the German National Cohort1;
1
Heidelberg/DE, 2Munich/DE, 3Bremen/DE, 4Greifswald/DE,
5
Essen/DE, 6Tübingen/DE
14:09
B-0676
Preoperative CT predicting recurrence of surgically
resected adenocardinoma of the lung
H. Lee1, H. Koo1, H. Xu2, C.-M. Choi1, J. Song1, H. Kim1, J. Lee1, M. Kim1;
1
Seoul/KR, 2Nanjing/CN
Application of MR-based joint estimation of
attenuation and activity distributions to clinical nonTOF PET/MR
14:17
B-0677
Respiratory motion compensation for simultaneous
PET/MR based on strongly undersampled MR data
Role of delayed enhanced phase in the intra-thoracic
staging of lung cancer: what does it add?
P. Franchi, A.R. Larici, A. del Ciello, A. Farchione, G. Cicchetti,
M. Occhipinti, L. Bonomo; Rome/IT
14:25
B-0678
C.M. Rank, T. Heußer, A. Wetscherek, H.-P. Schlemmer, M. Kachelrieß;
Heidelberg/DE
14:40
B-0670
Keynote lecture
C.J. Herold; Vienna/AT
T. Heußer1, C.M. Rank1, M.T. Freitag1, A. Dimitrakopoulou-Strauss1,
H.-P. Schlemmer1, T. Beyer2, M. Kachelrieß1; 1Heidelberg/DE,
2
Vienna/AT
14:32
B-0669
Lung cancer
Inflammatory myofibroblastic tumour of the lung
in adults: CT and 18 FDG PET characteristics with
pathologic correlations in a single tertiary referral
center
S. Lim, M. Kim; Seoul/KR
Multi-purpose robotic x-ray system enabling 2D/3D
imaging of standing patients: assessment of 3D
imaging performance
A. Fieselmann, J. Steinbrener, A.K. Jerebko, T. Mertelmeier;
Erlangen/DE
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14:33
B-0679
Baseline results from an Italian CT lung cancer
screening program compared to the NLST data
M. Occhipinti, P. Franchi, M. Ciliberto, L. Tonetti, G. Cicchetti,
A.R. Larici, L. Bonomo; Rome/IT
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G. Frauenfelder1, F. Giurazza2, E. Schena2, P. Saccomandi2,
C. Massaroni2, B. Beomonte Zobel2; 1Naples/IT, 2Rome/IT
15:20
B-0675
Cycled superselective pseudo-continuous Arterial
Spin Labeling without the need for acquiring a
control image
Large volume data acquisition for intraoperative
imaging with mobile C-Arm CT systems
J. Kuntz1, M. Knaup1, C. Fleischmann2, M. Kachelrieß1; 1Heidelberg/DE,
2
Nürnberg/DE
J. Mesrar, J. Ognard, S. Ghomadi, D. Chechin, L. Misery, D. Ben Salem;
Brest/FR
14:08
B-0666
Novel x-ray detector technology for quantitative
material information in digital radiography
J.J. Cowling1, G. Gibson1, N. Loxley1, P. Scott1, P. White2, K.J. Robson2,
B. Lopez3; 1Sedgefield/UK, 2Newcastle upon Tyne/UK, 3Durham/UK
Moderators: Y. Bouchareb; London/UK,
R. Raupach; Forcheim/DE
14:00
B-0665
Facilitated diagnosis of pneumothoraces in mice
using x-ray dark-field radiography
Scientific Sessions
14:41
B-0680
Gynecomastia seen on CT examinations in the
general male population
14:24
B-0689
N. Kanana, M. Amitai, S. Raskin, M. Yassin, M. Sklair, E. Konen,
E. Klang; Ramat Gan/IL
14:49
B-0681
Lung cancers in patients with fibrothorax and chronic
empyema caused by tuberculosis
M.T. Nummela1, F.V. Bensch1, S.K. Koskinen2; 1Helsinki/FI,
2
Stockholm/SE
14:32
B-0690
H. Xu1, H.J. Koo2, H.N. Lee2, S. Lim2, M.Y. Kim2; 1Nanjing/CN, 2Seoul/KR
14:57
B-0682
Multi-detector computed tomography features
of peripheral lung cancer associated with cystic
airspace
Y. Wang, L. Fan, S. Liu; Shanghai/CN
15:05
B-0683
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15:13
B-0684
Dynamic contrast-enhanced perfusion area-detector
CT vs FDG-PET/CT: capability for therapeutic
outcome prediction in non-small cell lung cancer
patients with chemoradiotherapy
Y. Ohno1, Y. Kishida1, S. Seki1, H. Koyama1, Y. Fujisawa2, N. Sugihara2,
T. Yoshikawa1, K. Sugimura1; 1Kobe/JP, 2Otawara/JP
15:21
B-0685
Dynamic CE-perfusion area-detector CT: comparison
of capability for N-stage assessment with FDG-PET/
CT in non-small cell lung cancer patients
Y. Ohno1, Y. Kishida1, S. Seki1, H. Koyama1, Y. Fujisawa2, N. Sugihara2,
T. Yoshikawa1, K. Sugimura1; 1Kobe/JP, 2Otawara/JP
14:00–15:30
SS 717
14:40
B-0691
Trauma of the brain and body
14:48
B-0692
14:08
B-0687
14:56
B-0693
Use of IV-contrast versus IV-and oral-contrast in the
evaluation of abdominal pain on CT in the emergency
department
M. Wasserman1, K. Melamud2, J. Soto1; 1Boston, MA/US, 2Philadelphia,
PA/US
15:04
B-0694
Contribution of diffusion-weighted MR imaging
to non-enhanced CT in evaluation of acute
abdominopelvic pain
O. Ozdemir, Y. Metin, N. Orhan Metin, Ö. Yavaşi, Ö. Bilir, S. Kalcan;
Rize/TR
15:12
B-0695
Clinical relevance of consecutive CT scans for
the evaluation and monitoring of geriatric pelvic
fractures
C. Weber, T.H. Schroeder; Hamburg/DE
Excess use of minor head injury CT examinations in
the emergency department (ER)
14:00–15:30
A. Beytelman1, E. Klang1, E. Konen1, D. Greenberg2, E. Zimlichman1;
1
Ramat Gan/IL, 2Beer Sheva/IL
Genitourinary
SS 707
Head CT scans from Emergency Department: a
misplaced screening?
14:00
B-0697
Acute cervical traumatic spinal cord injury: MRI
with diffusion-weighted imaging correlated with
neurologic outcome
T. Nakagawa1, J. Isogai2, N. Harata2, T. Miyazaki2; 1Kawasaki-city,
Kanagawa/JP, 2Asahi-city, Chiba/JP
Room K
Prostate cancer: routine and novel MRI
techniques
Moderators: D. Bonekamp; Hirschberg/DE,
N.C. Cowan; Portsmouth/UK
A. Bernardini, S. Roiati, R. Lattanzi, M. Di Bartolomeo, F. Iannessi,
F. Navarra, L.M. Gregori, E.G. Puglielli, V. Di Egidio; Teramo/IT
14:16
B-0688
“Concordance” revisited: a multi-disciplinary
appraisal of concordant preliminary abdominopelvic
CT reports
J.M. Brown, E. Dickerson, R. Kaza, R. Cohan, J. Ellis, M. Davenport;
Ann Arbor, MI/US
Moderators: J.M. Artigas; Zaragoza/ES,
F. Mrakic Sposta; Milan/IT
14:00
B-0686
Screening for blunt cerebrovascular injury (BCVI) by
two-phased whole body CT (WBCT) after acute blunt
trauma using modified Denver criteria: a review of
373 cases
E.A. Varjonen1, F.V. Bensch1, S.K. Koskinen2; 1Helsinki/FI,
2
Stockholm/SE
Room D2
Emergency Radiology
Nontraumatic incidental findings in patients
undergoing whole-body computed tomography at
initial emergency admission
E. Kroczek1, G. Wieners1, I. Steffen1, T. Lindner1, F. Streitparth1,
B. Hamm1, M.H. Maurer2; 1Berlin/DE, 2Berne/CH
CT-guided core needle biopsy of pulmonary nodules
smaller than 2 cm: analysis of 469 procedures
S. Gálvez García1, A. Prieto Fernández1, A. Muñoz Ruiz1,
E. Nava Tomás1, H. Chung2, J. Sanz Díaz1, S. Sánchez García1,
M. Morán Hevia1, M. Vicente Quílez1; 1Oviedo/ES, 2Los Ángeles,
CA/US
Costal cartilage fractures: an overlooked injury in
polytrauma patients? A review of 978 consecutive
blunt trauma patients
Correlation of prostate volume and cancer detection
as assessed by MRI volumetry
M. Haas, H. Cash, B. Hamm, P. Asbach; Berlin/DE
14:08
B-0698
Comparison of image quality and patient discomfort
in prostate MRI using a pelvic array or an endorectal
coil
B.K. Barth1, A. Cornelius2, D. Nanz1, D. Eberli1, O.F. Donati1; 1Zurich/CH,
2
Aarau/CH
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14:00–15:30
Apparent diffusion coefficient value is a strong
predictor of unsuspected aggressiveness of prostate
cancer before radical prostatectomy
R. Renard-Penna, G. Cancel-Tassin, E. comperat, P. Mozer, P. Leon,
M. Roupret, M.-O. Bitker, O. Lucidarme, O. Cussenot; Paris/FR
14:24
B-0700
Pre-active surveillance multiparametric MRI predicts
short-term outcomes
Radiographers
SS 714
Differences in quantitative perfusion parameters
between normal transitional, normal peripheral
and tumour regions from 3T DCE-MR images of the
prostate
R. Sanz-Requena, L. Marti-Bonmati, R. Perez, G. Garcia-Marti,
A. Mañas-Garcia; Valencia/ES
14:40
B-0702
14:00
B-0708
A.A. Qurashi1, L.A. Rainford1, A. Ajlan2, K. Khashoggi2, L. Ashkar2,
M. Alraddadi3, M. Alghamdi2, M. Althubaiti2, S.J. Foley1; 1Dublin/IE,
2
Jeddah/SA, 3Madinah/SA
14:08
B-0709
Diagnostic performance of the monoexponential
model and diffusion kurtosis imaging in the analysis
of prostate cancer
14:16
B-0710
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14:24
B-0711
Effect of temporal resolution on diagnostic
performance of DCE-MRI of the prostate
14:32
B-0712
Potential role of diffusion weighted MRI for
predicting extracapsular extension of prostate cancer
14:40
B-0713
Prostate DCE-MRI: improved SNR with 32-element
receiver arrays
S. Riederer, E. Borisch, A. Froemming, R. Grimm, A. Kawashima,
J. Trzasko; Rochester, MN/US
15:20
B-0707
Image quality evaluation of a high-resolution 3D
SPACE T2-weighted sequence (SPACE) in prostate
multiparametric MRI (mp-MRI)
An analysis of the validity and reliability of a
handheld ultrasound device for measuring rectus
femoris muscle size
Reproducibility of ultrasound parameters (echointensity and thickness) of quadriceps muscle
Assessment of musculoskeletal ultrasound
pathologies by radiographers and undergraduated
radiography students
A.F.C.L. Abrantes, I. Rodrigues, R.P.P. Almeida, J.P. Pinheiro,
O. Lesyuk; Faro/PT
14:48
B-0714
P. Pricolo, S. Alessi, P. Summers, E. Tagliabue, G. Petralia; Milan/IT
15:12
B-0706
M. O’Connor, S. Foley; Dublin/IE
R.A. Santos, P. Armada-da-Silva; Coimbra/PT
A. Othman, F. Falkner, J. Weiss, S. Kruck, P. Martirosian, K. Nikolaou,
M. Notohamiprodjo; Tübingen/DE
15:04
B-0705
Manual vs automated visceral adipose tissue
quantification in paedatric CT: which is best?
W. Nijholt1, A. Bakker1, A. Bennet2, M. Borgen3, A. Ellermann1,
P. Hogg2, P. Gamboa4, L. Vorster5, I.-J. Aandahl3; 1Groningen/NL,
2
Salford/UK, 3Oslo/NO, 4Lisbon/PT, 5Bloemfontein/ZA
N. Adubeiro1, L. Nogueira1, E. Ribeiro1, J.M. La Fuente1, H.A. Ferreira2;
1
Porto/PT, 2Lisbon/PT
14:56
B-0704
Body composition changes in obese population
S.J.M. Alqahtani, K.M. Knapp, R.M. Palfrey, S.J. Hopkins, J.R. Meakin,
J. Fulford; Exeter/UK
M.D. Hernández-Argüello, J. Solorzano, A. Benito, M. Collantes,
M. Rodríguez-Fraile, I. Pascual, J. Madrid, J. Pardo, J. Richter;
Pamplona/ES
14:48
B-0703
Abdominal CT for obese patients: investigating
optimal scan parameters
Thursday
Index lesion detection with diffusion-weighted
imaging at 3 Tesla MRI and its correlation with
choline kinase-Alfa-Į overexpression in primary
prostate carcinoma
Quality issues in ultrasound and CT
Moderators: C. Beardmore; London/UK, K. Lang; Malmö/SE
F. Sanguedolce1, G. Petralia2, H. Sokhi3, N. Anyamene4, G. Hellawell5,
A. Padhani4; 1Northampton/UK, 2Milan/IT, 3Uxbridge/UK,
4
Northwood/UK, 5Harrow/UK
14:32
B-0701
Room G
Do radiologists agree when reviewing ultrasound
examinations performed by a sonographer and a
radiologist?
C. Stenman1, R. Glavas1, K. Jansson1, A.-L. Enlund1, L. Thorelius2,
Ö. Smedby3; 1Linköping/SE, 2Barcelona/ES, 3Stockholm/SE
14:56
B-0715
Quality assurance in Irish ultrasound departments
A.M. Ward, M.T. Stanton; Dublin/IE
15:04
B-0716
Are physical measures good indicators of clinical
image quality at low dose levels? A pilot study
L. Lanca1, E.N. Andersen2, G. Carvalho1, M. van Gerwen3, J. Jorge4,
M. Kleiker5, B. Markali2, P. Nightingale6, P. Hogg6; 1Lisbon/PT,
2
Oslo/NO, 3Eindhoven/NL, 4Lausanne/CH, 5Groningen/NL,
6
Manchester/UK
E. Armando, L. Capitolo, F. Cesarani; Asti/IT
15:12
B-0717
Effectiveness of the American Association of Physics
in Medicine criteria to assess diagnostic monitors
K.B. Azevedo, N. Messias, L.P. Ribeiro, J.P. Pinheiro, R.P.P. Almeida,
P. Sousa, A.M. Ribeiro, A.F.C.L. Abrantes; Faro/PT
15:20
B-0718
Use of anatomical side markers (ASMs) during planar
x-ray imaging
S. Attard, J.G. Couto, F. Zarb; Msida/MT
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14:00–15:30
Room M 1
14:00–15:30
Room M 2
Head and Neck
Abdominal Viscera
SS 708
SS 701c
Temporal bone
Moderators: S. Kösling; Halle a.d. Saale/DE,
K. Markiet; Gdansk/PL
14:00
K-17
Advances in CT
Moderators: E. Akchurina; Moscow/RU, N.N.
14:00
B-0729
Keynote lecture
Image quality - cutting through noise
D.M. Jackson, K.K. Lau, A. Borsaru; Clayton/AU
F. Veillon; Strasbourg/FR
14:09
B-0719
14:08
B-0730
Structured reporting of the petrous bone: potential
effects on surgical planning
D. Schmidt, M. Söderberg, C. Lee Christoffersen, H. Lindvall,
M. Nilsson, P. Leander; Malmö/SE
M. Armbruster, S. Gassenmaier, M. Haack, W. Sommer, F. Braun;
Munich/DE
14:17
B-0720
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14:25
B-0722
14:16
B-0731
Fractures of the temporal bone: an easier way to read
your CT
A. Venkatasamy1, F. Veillon1, B. Rock1, S. Riehm1, P. Meriot2, P. Baur1,
A. Charpiot1; 1Strasbourg/FR, 2Brest/FR
Determination of cochlea length via flat panel CT is
reliable and safe
14:24
B-0732
14:32
B-0733
Virtual monochromatic spectral CT in small feeding
arteries of abdominal tumours: can spectral image
fusion optimise the image quality?
Y. Zhou, J.B. Gao; Zhengzhou/CN
Flat panel computed tomography versus multislice
computed tomography in diagnosis of superior canal
dehinscence
14:40
B-0734
C. Loberg, J. Ilgner, C.K. Kuhl; Aachen/DE
14:49
B-0725
Preserving image quality in low contrast media
and radiation dose abdominal MDCT using iterative
reconstruction algorithm in normal-weight patients
E. Belousova, E. Kondratyev, G. Karmazanovsky; Moscow/RU
Reduction of cochlear implant metal artifact in 1024
high-resolution CT: value of orthopedic metal artifact
reduction (O-MAR) algorithm
C. Ding, X. Lu, Q. Wang; Shenyang/CN
14:41
B-0724
Dilute concentration or reduce injection rate?
Optimisation of reducing iodine delivery rate for lowenergy contrast enhanced body CT
S. Takahashi, N. Negi, K. Kagawa, E. Suehiro, T. Nishii, Y. Ueno,
A. Kono, H. Kawamitsu, K. Sugimura; Kobe/JP
C. Loberg, J. Ilgner, M. Westhofen, C. Kuhl; Aachen/DE
14:33
B-0723
Image quality and radiation dose warrants routine
use of abdominal dual energy CT
Dose performance of virtual monochromatic spectral
CT protocol optimised for “double low scanning” on
oesophageal cancer?
Y. Zhou, J.B. Gao; Zhengzhou/CN
Multiplanar reconstruction of the internal auditory
canal using high resolution MR-imaging: effect of
constitutional differences on the size of the cochlear
and facial nerves
14:48
B-0735
N.N.N. Naguib, N.-E. Nour-Eldin, T. Gruber-Rouh, M. Harth, T.J. Vogl;
Frankfurt a. Main/DE
Optimal monochromatic spectral computed
tomography with low iodine concentration contrast
medium in a rabbit VX2 liver model: investigation of
image quality and detection
Y. Zhou, J.B. Gao; Zhengzhou/CN
14:57
B-0726
Diagnostic accuracy of TSE diffusion weighted MR
imaging for the diagnosis of cholesteatoma
14:56
B-0736
B. Ozgen Mocan, E. Bulut, A. Dolgun, D. Bajin, L. Sennaroglu;
Ankara/TR
15:05
B-0727
Y. Gao, X. Lu, P. Wang; Shenyang/CN
Repeated postoperative follow-up DWI to detect
residual or recurrent cholesteatoma
W. Venderink, S. Steens, D. Kunst, A. Meijer, E. Mylanus;
Nijmegen/NL
15:13
B-0728
Comparison of iterative model reconstruction (IMR)
and hybrid iterative reconstruction (iDose4) in lymph
nodes evaluation and diagnostic confidence with
40% radiation dose reduction
15:04
B-0737
Efficacy of water-equivalent diameter for radiation
dose optimisation
K.K. Lau, O. Wong, R. Evans, A. Kuganesan, K. Buchan;
Melbourne/AU
Follow-up MRI of vestibular schwannoma: is it worthy
to measure volume?
J. Lisý, M. Chovanec, L. Mikšík, J. Betka, R. Pipková, E. Zvěřina;
Prague/CZ
15:12
B-0738
Why have we adopted 120 kVp in abdominal CT for
decades? 100 kVp is enough
J. Choi, S. Jung, M. Choi; Seoul/KR
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15:20
B-0739
Quantitative response evaluation of hepatocellular
carcinoma after transarterial chemoembolisation
using 70 kVp 4D volume perfusion CT of the liver
14:56
B-0747
X. Wang1, T. Henzler2, S. Diehl2, S.O. Schönberg2, Z.-Y. Jin1, H.-D. Xue1,
A. Smakic2; 1Beijing/CN, 2Mannheim/DE
14:00–15:30
Room M 3
P. Maurovich-Horvat, J. Karady, M. Kolossvary, A.L. Jermendy,
A. Bartykowszki, M. Karolyi, A. Panajotu, Z. Bagyura, B. Merkely;
Budapest/HU
15:04
B-0748
Cardiac
SS 703
Epidemiology, prognosis and trials
The most powerful high-risk coronary plaque criteria
by coronary CTA for prediction of major cardiac
events (MACE): a long term follow-up study
15:12
B-0749
15:20
B-0750
Intravascular ultrasound in pulmonary arterial
hypertension vasoreactivity testing
Thursday
Impact of computed tomography coronary
angiography on clinical management and outcomes
in patients with suspected angina due to coronary
heart disease
Cystatin C is associated with non-obstructive
coronary artery disease determined by coronary
computed tomography angiography
E.B. Brolin1, S. Agewall2, K. Cederlund1, C. Ekenbäck1, L. Henareh1,
K. Malmqvist1, A. Rück1, A. Svensson1, P. Tornvall1; 1Stockholm/SE,
2
Oslo/NO
G. Feuchtner, J. Kerber, P. Burghard, A. Klauser, A. Mayr, F. Plank;
Innsbruck/AT
14:08
B-0741
Atherosclerotic burden and cardiac remodelling in
healthy South Asian and European adults: a cohort
comparison study
J. Weir-McCall, D. Cassidy, J.J.F. Belch, S. Gandy, G. Houston,
M. Lambert, R. Littleford, A.D. Struthers, F. Khan; Dundee/UK
Moderators: K. Gruszczynska; Katowice/PL, N.N.
14:00
B-0740
Semmelweis cardiac CT registry: the feasibility
of automated data collection with a structured
reporting tool
O. Sagaydak, N. Danilov, Y. Matchin, T. Martinuk, I. Chazova;
Moscow/RU
M.C. Williams1, A. Hunter1, A. Shah1, V. Assi1, S. Lewis1, G. Roditi2,
E.J.R. van Beek1, A. Timmis3, D.E. Newby1; 1Edinburgh/UK,
2
Glasgow/UK, 3London/UK
14:16
B-0742
Coronary atherosclerosis features for the prediction
of ischaemic events (CAFÉ-PIE study): a CT scan
integrated score from a bi-center registry
A. Guaricci1, N. Brunetti1, F. De Rosa1, M. Guglielmo2, S. Mushtaq2,
L. Mascarini1, D. Andreini2, M. Pepi2, G. Pontone2; 1Foggia/IT, 2Milan/IT
14:24
B-0743
Performance of cardiac CT compared to functional
testing in women and men with suspected coronary
artery disease: the multicenter, randomized
CRESCENT trial
M.M. Lubbers, A. Dedic, A. Coenen, T. Galema, M. Ouhlous, A. Niezen,
M. Hunink, G. Krestin, K. Nieman; Rotterdam/NL
14:32
B-0744
Quantitative coronary plaque analysis predicts
high-risk plaque morphology on coronary computed
tomography: the results from the ROMICAT II trial
T. Liu1, P. Maurovich-Horvat2, T. Mayrhofer2, S. Puchner2,
M. Lu2, K. Ghemigian2, P. Kitslaar2, U. Hoffmann2, M. Ferencik2;
1
Shenyang/CN, 2Boston, MA/US
14:40
B-0745
Prognostic value of CT coronary angiography in
asymptomatic patients with suspected coronary
artery disease: meta-analysis of observational studies
M. Fusaro, G. Balestriero, L. La torre, C. Bortolanza, G. Morana;
Treviso/IT
14:48
B-0746
Assessment of semi-automatic plaque quantification
of non-calcified plaque as a predictor of outcome for
acute chest pain patients at coronary CT angiography
A.M. Bucher1, R. Wang2, J.L. Wichman1, F.G. Meinel3, C.N. De Cecco4,
T.J. Vogl1, U.J. Schoepf4; 1Frankfurt a. Main/DE, 2Beijing/CN,
3
Munich/DE, 4Charleston, SC/US
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10:30–12:00
Room C
Breast
11:50
B-0761
MR spectroscopy evaluation of breast cancer using
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR) as a prognostic indicator
S.B. Grover, P. Jain, S.K. Jain, A. Mandal; New Delhi/IN
SS 1002
Breast MRI-DWI (2) and various MRI
applications
Moderators: M. Di Matteo; Rome/IT, N.N.
10:30
B-0751
10:30–12:00
Vascular
Potential of intravoxel incoherent motion and
diffusion in MR imaging of ductal carcinoma of
breast: new vistas
SS 1015
R. Balaji, D. Arivudainambi; Chennai/IN
10:38
B-0752
Room Z
Monoexponential, Biexponential and Stretchedexponential diffusion-weighted MR imaging in the
differentiation of benign and malignant breast
lesions
Thoracic aorta: novel imaging and
interventions
Moderators: A. Contegiacomo; Rome/IT, N.N.
10:30
B-0762
Percutaneous valvuloplasty: minimal-invasive
restoration of vein valve function using cross-linked
hyaluronan
J. Ragg; Berlin/DE
Y. Jin; Zhengzhou/CN
10:46
B-0753
10:38
B-0763
The influence of regions of interest demarcation
approaches on apparent diffusion coefficient in
breast lesions
A.A. Azarine, O. Chandesris, E. Mousseaux, Z. Mallat, N. Kachenoura,
C. Picard, O. Clément, A. Redheuil; Paris/FR
L. Nogueira1, S. Brandão1, R.G. Nunes2, H.A. Ferreira2, J. Loureiro1,
I. Ramos1; 1Porto/PT, 2Lisbon/PT
10:54
B-0754
10:46
B-0764
Diagnostic performance of DWI and DCE-MR for
evaluating residual breast cancer after local excision
I. Youn, S. Choi, Y. Choi, S. Kook; Seoul/KR
Diagnostic performance of diffusion-weighted
imaging in breast lesions: comparison among
diffusion-weighted imaging, dynamic contrast
enhanced MRI and combined MRI
T.A.U. Leidenberger1, M. Farag1, C. Weis1, M. Müller-Eschner1,
K. Kallenbach1, R. Dillmann2, H.-U. Kauczor1, C. Beller1, F. Rengier1;
1
Heidelberg/DE, 2Karlsruhe/DE
10:54
B-0765
K. Kim1, Y. Kim1, J. Seo1, C. Hwang1, H. Han1, C.M. Kuzmiak2;
1
Daejeon/KR, 2Chapel Hill, NC/US
11:10
B-0756
Single screening breast MR imaging for early
surveillance after breast conservation therapy: pilot
study
Motion artefacts in breast MRI: impact on diagnostic
performance
P. Clauser1, M. Dietzel2, C.G. Kaiser3, M.A. Marino1, P. Kapetas1,
R. Woitek1, P.A.T. Baltzer1; 1Vienna/AT, 2Erlangen/DE, 3Mannheim/DE
11:26
B-0758
11:02
B-0766
11:34
B-0759
11:10
B-0767
11:18
B-0768
Recall rates in surveillance breast MRIs performed in
women at high risk of developing breast cancer
Incidental breast lesions detected on body-MRI:
frequency, clinical relevance, and patient outcomes
B. Bignotti, F. Nosenzo, L. Gristina, M. Perinetti, S. Barbagallo,
L. Secondini, G. Succio, M. Calabrese, A. Tagliafico; Genoa/IT
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Diagnostic value of Low kV MDCT angiography
protocol with low contrast medium volume in
transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI)
planning
C.R.G.L. Talei Franzesi, D. Ippolito, P.A. Bonaffini, F. Del Buono,
L. Riva, S. Sironi; Monza/IT
3D black-blood VISTA magnetic resonance vessel
wall imaging of the thoracic aorta in healthy, young
adults: reproducibility and indications for sample
sizes in therapeutic trials
A.L.M. Eikendal1, B.A. Blomberg1, C. Haaring1, T. Saam2,
R.J. van der Geest3, M.L. Bots1, H.M. den Ruijter1, I.E. Hoefer1, T. Leiner1;
1
Utrecht/NL, 2Munich/DE, 3Leiden/NL
S. O’Keeffe, C. Longman, T. Suaris; London/UK
11:42
B-0760
Heritability estimates of aortic root geometry based
on computed tomography and echocardiography
C. Celeng1, M. Kolossváry1, A. Kovács1, A. Molnár1, Á. Jermendy1,
D. Tárnoki1, S. Voros2, B. Merkely1, P. Maurovich-Horvat1;
1
Budapest/HU, 2Richmond, VA/US
A simple scoring system for breast MRI
interpretation: does it compensate for reader
experience?
M.A. Marino, P. Clauser, R. Woitek, G.J. Wengert, P. Kapetas,
M. Bernathova, K. Pinker-Domenig, T.H. Helbich, P.A.T. Baltzer;
Vienna/AT
Aortic coarctation: assessment of stent patency
with computed tomography vs magnetic resonance
imaging
R.W. van Hamersvelt1, A.M. den Harder1, D. Sucha1, J.P.J. Martens1,
A.M.R. Schilham1, C. Bos1, R.P.J. Budde2, J.M.P.J. Breur1, T. Leiner1;
1
Utrecht/NL, 2Rotterdam/NL
S. Kim, B.-M. Gil, B. Kang; Seoul/KR
11:18
B-0757
Noninvasive 4D pressure difference mapping derived
from 4D flow MRI in patients with syndromic aortic
root aneurysm
11:26
B-0769
Aortic tortuosity: a new finding in patients with
Mucopolysaccharidosis type IVa (MPS IVa)
Y. Tanyildizi, S. Gökce, E. Mengel, C. Kampmann, W. Müller-Forell,
J. Hennermann; Mainz/DE
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11:02
B-0755
Reduced strain and distensibility of the ascending
aorta in human STAT3 deficiency patients with
frequent medium-size-artery aneurysms
Scientific Sessions
11:34
B-0770
Contrast-enhanced T1 free-breathing gradient echo
sequences in comparison with standard T1 breathhold gradient echo sequences in the evaluation of
thoraco-abdominal aortic disease
11:19
B-0778
C.R.G.L. Talei Franzesi, D. Ippolito, S. Drago, S. Lombardi, S. Spiga,
S. Sironi; Monza/IT
11:42
B-0771
E. Quaia, A. Gennari, V. Ulcigrai, M. Cova; Trieste/IT
11:27
B-0779
The aortic mechanical properties in patients with the
essential hypertension environmentally exposed to
cigarette smoke
P. Gac, M. Poreba, G. Mazur, R. Poreba; Wroclaw/PL
11:50
B-0772
Thoracic endovascular aortic repair for complicated
type B intramural hematoma (IMH) and penetranting
ulcers (PAU): endoleak, follow up and long term
survival
Room O
11:35
B-0780
11:43
B-0781
Rectal cancer: staging and restaging
11:51
B-0782
Keynote lecture
C. Stoupis; Männedorf/CH
10:39
B-0773
Iodine quantification to distinguish T stage in rectal
cancer by computed tomographic gemstone spectral
imaging: initial experience
Multiparametric MRI for prediction of pathological
complete response (pCR) to neoadjuvant
chemoradiation therapy (CRT) in locally advanced
rectal cancer (LARC)
A. Palmisano, A. Esposito, A. Di Chiara, P. Passoni, N. Slim,
L. Albarello, A. Del Maschio, F. De Cobelli; Milan/IT
Moderators: L. Curvo-Semedo; Coimbra/PT,
A. Plumb; London/UK
10:30
K-20
Evaluation of rectal cancer response to therapy: role
of magnetic resonance tumour regression grade (MRTRG) to predict pathological complete response
S. Picchia, M. Rengo, D. De Santis, M. Zerunian, T. Biondi, S. Badia,
A. Laghi; Latina/IT
GI Tract
SS 1001a
T2 weighted-MRI volumetry at different time
points for prediction of pathological response to
neoadjuvant chemoradiation therapy (CRT) in locally
advanced rectal cancer
A. Di Chiara, A. Palmisano, A. Esposito, P. Passoni, N. Slim, C. Fiorino,
N. Di Muzio, A. Del Maschio, F. De Cobelli; Milan/IT
F. Barbosa, E. De Febis, P. Brambillasca, M. Solcia, C. Migliorisi,
M. Nichelatti, A. Lista, F. Romani, A. Rampoldi; Milan/IT
10:30–12:00
The value of tumoural volume change measured on
MR images to identify responders after neoadjuvant
chemo-radiation therapy in patient with locally
advanced rectal cancer
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Local nodal metastasis in rectal cancer in patients
with and without neoadjuvant therapy: correlation of
MRI findings with histopathological results in an Irish
tertiary referral centre
C. Fenelon, N. Sheehy; Dublin/IE
10:30–12:00
Room N
X. Li, Y. Li, Z. Ye; Tianjin/CN
10:47
B-0774
Cardiac
Diagnostic accuracy of MDCT imaging in assessment
of mesorectal fascia invasion in rectal cancer:
comparison study with standard magnetic resonance
imaging
S.G. Drago, D. Ippolito, C. Talei Franzesi, D. Fior, S. Sironi; Monza/IT
10:55
B-0775
SS 1003
Moderators: D. Brisbois; Liège/BE, J.M. Kerl; Darmstadt/DE
10:30
K-21
Diagnostic value of 4th generation iterative
reconstruction algorithm with low dose CT-protocol
in assessment of mesorectal fascia in rectal cancer:
comparison with magnetic resonance
10:39
B-0783
Prediction of sphincter preserving by MRI: accuracy
and reproducibility between a radiologist and a
surgeon
An optimised correction factor for calcium scoring
using advanced modeled iterative reconstruction in
3rd generation dual-source CT: in vitro and in vivo
analysis
D. Caruso1, J.L. Wichmann1, C.N. De Cecco1, S. Mangold1, C. Tesche1,
C. Canstein1, A. Varga-Szemes1, A. Laghi2, U.J. Schoepf1; 1Charleston,
SC/US, 2Rome/IT
10:47
B-0784
J. Krdzalic, M. Maas, S. Engelen, J. van Griethuysen, D.M. Lambregts,
G. Beets, R.G.H. Beets-Tan; Maastricht/NL
11:11
B-0777
Keynote lecture
C.N. De Cecco; Charleston, SC/US
S.G. Drago, D. Ippolito, C. Talei Franzesi, A. Casiraghi, S. Sironi;
Monza/IT
11:03
B-0776
CT of the coronary arteries
CT calcium score of coronary artery calcification
progression in rheumatoid arthritis over a 10-year
period and risk factors for progression
M.-Y. Ng, J.-H. Liu, K.-F. Mak, C.-S. Lau, H.-F. Tse, K.-H. Yiu;
Hong Kong/CN
Diagnostic accuracy of dynamic contrast-enhanced
MRI for locoregionar staging of rectal cancer
M. Armbruster, W. Sommer, M.F. Reiser, M. Brandlhuber; Munich/DE
10:55
B-0785
Cardiac CT and coronary angiography evaluation in
an NSTEMI population
S.R. Fuller, D. Caruso, J. Rames, J.L. Wichmann, C.N. De Cecco,
S. Mangold, C. Tesche, A. Varga-Szemes, U.J. Schoepf; Charleston,
SC/US
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11:03
B-0786
Morphological features of left atrial appendage in
748 consecutive coronary computed tomography
angiography patients without atrial fibrillation
10:46
B-0795
M. Korhonen1, J. Parkkonen1, M. Hedman1, A.T. Muuronen1, J. Onatsu1,
P. Mustonen2, R. Vanninen1, M. Taina1; 1Kuopio/FI, 2Jyväskylä/FI
11:11
B-0787
R.A.P. Takx1, B. Szilveszter2, H. Emami2, T. Mayrhofer3, T. Leiner1,
U. Hoffmann2; 1Utrecht/NL, 2Boston, MA/US, 3Stralsund/DE
11:19
B-0788
K. James, P. Nicholson, J. Murphy, G. Wyse, N. Fanning; Cork/IE
10:54
B-0796
Prognostic value of coronary CT angiography: a
meta-analysis
The effect of sleep duration on the presence of
coronary artery disease
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11:02
B-0797
G. Marosi, Z. Drobni, B. Szilveszter, M. Kolossváry, T. Csűry,
M. Vecsey-Nagy, A. Molnár, B. Merkely, P. Maurovich-Horvat;
Budapest/HU
11:27
B-0789
11:35
B-0790
Dose reduction with high-pitch spiral mode coronary
calcium scanning in high and irregular heart rates
11:43
B-0791
B. Horehledova, M. Kok, N.G. Eijsvoogel, B.M.F. Hendriks,
B.L.J.H. Kietselaer, J.E. Wildberger, M. Das; Maastricht/NL
11:51
B-0792
11:18
B-0799
11:26
B-0800
Role of CT-angiography and digital subtractional
angiography in cerebral aneurysm volume estimation
A. Navichenka, A. Beimanov, P. Konovalov, B. Piskun, A. Gontchar;
Minsk/BY
11:34
B-0801
Prevalence and clinical impact of incidental CTA
findings in the work-up for transcatheter aortic valve
implantation
11:42
B-0802
Automated detection of coiled aneurysm recurrence
using 3D TOF MRA
Studio 2016
Acute ischemic stroke (AIS), outcome predictors
after intra-arterial thrombectomy
E. Puglielli, R. Lattanzi, L. Gregori, V. Di Mizio, V. Di Egidio; Teramo/IT
11:50
B-0803
Thrombo-aspiration in acute ischemic cerebral
stroke: first results
M. Voormolen, T. van der Zijden, O. d‘Archambeau, F. De Belder,
J. Maes, L. Yperzeele, I. Baar, P.M. Parizel; Edegem/BE
Neuro
Neurovascular interventions (2)
Moderators: T. Kau; Klagenfurt/AT, N.N.
10:30–12:00
Room E1
Musculoskeletal
Prediction of stent-retriever thrombectomy outcomes
by dynamic CT angiography in patients with acute
carotid T or MCA occlusions
SS 1010a
10:30
K-24
Endovascular therapy of low and intermediate grade
lateral intracranial dural arteriovenous fistulas: results
and complications of different technical approaches
L.M. Ertl, H. Brückmann, M. Kunz, A. Crispin, G. Fesl; Munich/DE
Oncology
Moderators: S. Boudabbous; Geneva/CH,
K. Wörtler; Munich/DE
K.M. Thierfelder, W.H. Sommer, B. Ertl-Wagner, S.E. Beyer, F.G. Meinel,
W.G. Kunz, M.F. Reiser, H. Janssen; Munich/DE
10:38
B-0794
The use of practice parameters for quality assurance
of diagnostic craniocervical catheter angiographic
procedures
A.S. Tuan, R.W. Hurst, M. Bilello; Philadelphia, PA/US
10:30–12:00
10:30
B-0793
Manual aspiration thrombectomy using penumbra
catheter in patients with acute M1 occlusion: a single
center study
A. Lai, T. Lee, B. Lai, K. Tang, W. Leung, S. Lo, J. Khoo;
Hong Kong/HK
F. van Kesteren, E.M.A. Wiegerinck, J. Stoker, J. Baan Jr.,
R.N. Planken; Amsterdam/NL
SS 1011a
Cerebral aneurysms: accuracy of 256-MDCT
non-subtracted and subtracted volumetric CT
angiography in diagnosis
Keynote lecture
K. Wörtler; Munich/DE
10:39
B-0804
Differentiation of benign and malignant marrow
infiltration with multiparametric MR imaging: pilot
study
J. Baik, J.-Y. Jung, W.-H. Jee; Seoul/KR
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Aortic valve stenosis evaluation: differences in
estimated aortic valve area and aortic stenosis
severity comparing echocardiography and CTA
results
S. Gargalas1, J. Jones2; 1Oxford/UK, 2Cambridge/UK
Y. Kim, H. Kwak, G. Chung, S. Hwang; Jeonju-si/KR
Dual source cardiac CT angiography (CCTA) in the
preparticipation screening of competitive athletes
C. Rutigliano, C. Santangelo, C. Grippo, B. Merlino, G. Savino,
R. Marano, L. Bonomo; Rome/IT
Cost-effectiveness of mechanical thrombectomy in
acute ischaemic stroke: an independent study of a
UK centre
A.K. Sharma, N.S. Sharma; Delhi/IN
11:10
B-0798
M. Vonder1, R. Vliegenthart1, P.M.A. van Ooijen1, J.W. Gratama2,
D. Kuijpers3, C.M. van der Aalst4, M. van Aerde4, H.J. de Koning4,
M. Oudkerk1; 1Groningen/NL, 2Apeldoorn/NL, 3Den Haag/NL,
4
Rotterdam/NL
Experience and outcomes in the use of a pipeline
embolisation device (PED) for the treatment of
intracranial aneurysms: a single-centre study
Scientific Sessions
10:47
B-0805
Staging multiple myeloma patients: quantitative
analysis of apparent diffusion coefficient (ADC) maps
as potential marker for bone marrow involvement
characterisation
P.A. Bonaffini, D. Ippolito, A. Casiraghi, A. Nasatti, C. Talei Franzesi,
S. Sironi; Monza/IT
10:55
B-0806
Usefulness of computer-aided detection (CADe)
using temporal subtraction and 3D non-rigid
registration for detecting bone metastasis on whole
body thin-slice CT
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D. Hasegawa , Y. Ichikawa , R. Nakayama , Y. Kurobe , S. Chino ,
M. Ishida1, K. Kitagawa1, S. Murashima2, H. Sakuma1; 1Tsu/JP,
2
Matsusaka/JP
Relationship of acute brain lesions on MRI after
cardiac arrest treated with hypothermia to
neurological outcome 6 months later
E. Wallin, S. Rubertsson, I.-M. Larsson, M.-L. Kristofferzon,
E.-M.B. Larsson, R. Raininko; Uppsala/SE
10:46
B-0815
Differentiation of multiple myeloma and metastases
of the spine using diffusion-weighted MR imaging
including ADC histogram moments at 3T
G. Park, W.-H. Jee, S.-Y. Lee, J.-Y. Jung, K.-Y. Ha, C.-K. Min, Y. Son,
M. Paek; Seoul/KR
11:03
B-0807
10:38
B-0814
Susceptibility-diffusion mismatch in hyperacute
stroke: correlation with perfusion-diffusion mismatch
and clinical outcome
M. Dejobert, X. Cazals, M. Annan, S. Debiais, J.-P. Cottier; Tours/FR
10:54
B-0816
Large vessel acute ischemic stroke active reperfusion
therapy comparison
A. Balodis, M. Radzina, M. Preinbergs, K. Kupcs, E. Miglāne,
J. Savlovskis, H. Kidikas, A. Veiss; Riga/LV
11:02
B-0817
Comparison of high-resolution magnetic resonance
with digital subtraction angiography in intracranial
artery disease
N. Lee, S. Jung, H. Kim, C.-G. Choi, S. Kim, D. Lee, D. Suh; Seoul/KR
11:11
B-0808
Chondrogenic tumours: role of advanced magnetic
resonance imaging
11:10
B-0818
W.M. Amin, H.T. Kotb, A.A. Farahat, M.S. Barakat, A.E. Rafallah,
S.H. Fadel; Alexandria/EG
11:19
B-0809
Dynamic contrast-enhanced MR imaging in
osteoid osteoma: relationships with clinical and CT
characteristics
P. Pottecher1, E. Sibileau2, L. Emerich2, S. Touraine2, B. Hamze2,
C. Parlier2, D. Petrover2, J. Laredo2, V. Bousson2; 1Dijon/FR, 2Paris/FR
11:27
B-0810
Multivariate data analysis as a clinical tool for
differentiating intraarticular synovial sarcomas from
localised pigmented villonodular synovitis
D. Nordemar1, J. Öberg2, O. Brosjö2, M. Skorpil2; 1Stockholm/SE,
2
Solna/SE
11:35
B-0811
11:43
B-0812
Diagnostic performance of conventional MRI
and apparent diffusion coefficient values in
differentiating benign and malignant soft tissue
tumours
Y. Yoon, D. Oh, Y. Song; Seoul/KR
10:30–12:00
Cerebrovascular disease (3)
Dual-energy CT of the brain: comparison between
virtual unenhanced images and true unenhanced
ones in the detection of intracranial hemorrhage
M. Bonatti1, F. Lombardo2, G. Zamboni2, A. Cipriani1, R. Pozzi Mucelli2,
G. Bonatti1; 1Bolzano/IT, 2Verona/IT
11:26
B-0820
Crossed cerebellar diaschisis in patients with
acute MCA infarction: analysis of CT perfusion
characteristics
W.H. Sommer, K. Thierfelder, H. Janssen, L. von Baumgarten;
Munich/DE
11:34
B-0821
Raw arterial spin labelling data can help identify
arterial occlusion in acute ischaemic stroke
M. Majer, M. Mejdoubi, M. Schertz, S. Colombani, A. Arrigo;
Fort De France/FR
11:42
B-0822
Quantifying intracranial plaque permeability with
dynamic contrast enhanced MRI
P. Vakil1, A.H. Elmokadem2, F. Sherazi1, C.G. Cantrell1, T.J. Carroll1,
S. Ansari1; 1Chicago, IL/US, 2Mansoura/EG
11:50
B-0823
Moderators: M. Buruian; Targu-Mures/RO,
T. Rostovtseva; St. Petersburg/RU
10:30
B-0813
11:18
B-0819
Room E2
Neuro
SS 1011b
A. Viguier, S. Patsoura, N. Raposo, V. Cazzola, L. Claviere,
J.F. Albucher, F. Chollet, V. Larrue, F. Bonneville; Toulouse/FR
Enchondroma vs low-grade chondrosarcoma: the role
of dynamic contrast MRI
D. Costachescu; Timisoara/RO
Subdural and convexity subarachnoid haemorrhage
are more frequently associated with acute
spontaneous lobar haematoma in cerebral amyloid
angiopathy
Acute/subacute small ischaemic lesions on DWI
in patients with cerebral amyloid angiopathy and
cortical superficial siderosis
E. Gangemi1, A. Charidimou2, D. Werring2, R. Jäger2; 1Rome/IT,
2
London/UK
Predictive value of perfusional CT parameters in
evaluating reperfusional effectiveness in acute
ischemic stroke patients
A. Bernardoni, E. Raimondi, A. Clarizia, M. Padroni, E. Groppo,
C. Tamborino, A. Saletti, M. Giganti, E. Fainardi; Ferrara/IT
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SS 1016
Prostate and renal tract cancers:
advanced detection methods
Moderators: J. Rørvik; Bergen/NO, W.H. Sommer; Munich/DE
10:30
B-0824
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10:38
B-0825
11:50
B-0834
A. Stanzione, V. Chianca, N. Longo, F. Fusco, R. Liuzzi, M. Imbriaco,
A. Brunetti; Naples/IT
E. Raimondi, M. Bassi, M. Tilli, S. Dall’ara, R. Rizzati, M. Simone,
M. Giganti, G. Benea; Ferrara/IT
The feasibility of k-means clustering of dynamic
contrast-enhanced MRI pharmacokinetic parameters
in predicting prostate cancer risk stratification
TRUS-MRI image navigation for prostate cancer
recurrence targeted biopsy: initial experience
10:30–12:00
SS 1001b
10:30
B-0835
Diffusion tensor imaging of the prostate: assessing
response following cyber knife therapy
X. Wang1, T. Henzler2, S. Diehl2, S.O. Schönberg2, H.-D. Xue1, Z.-Y. Jin1,
A. Smakic2; 1Beijing/CN, 2Mannheim/DE
Detection of prostate cancer lesions with
multiparametric MRI (mp-MRI): what is the difference
between pelvic phased-array of 32 channels and
endorectal-pelvic phased-array coils
10:46
B-0837
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Predictive value of paradoxical uptake on
hepatobiliary phase of Gd-EOB-DTPA-enhanced
MRI for response to transcatheter arterial
chemoembolisation in hepatocellular carcinoma
J. Kim, C. Lee, Y. Park, J. Lee, J. Choi, K. Kim, C. Park, H. Lee;
Seoul/KR
Diagnostic efficacy of MRI-guided in-bore prostate
biopsy in patients with inconclusive results of
transrectal ultrasound (TRUS) or TRUS-guided biopsy
10:54
B-0838
Prognostic significance of liver stiffness
measurements on MR elastrography in patients
with hepatocellular carcinoma treated with
radiofrequency ablation
J. Kim, J. Lee, D. Lee, W. Chang, J. Han; Seoul/KR
Our experience with whole body MRI for metastatic
prostate cancer detection
E. Kvyatkovskaya, V. Kuplevatsky, M. Cherkashin, N. Berezina,
D. Roschin; St. Petersburg/RU
11:34
B-0832
Comparison between quantitative dual-energy CT
iodine maps and dynamic volume perfusion CT
parameters in patients with hepatocellular carcinoma
before and after TACE
Comparison between Lik