A guided tour of Slovenia through the modalities - ESR Connect

EFRS MEETS SLOVENIA

Meets 12 - A guided tour of Slovenia through the modalities

  • 4 Lectures
  • 51 Minutes
  • 4 Speakers
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Lectures

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Meets 12_1 - The radiographers' role in hybrid imaging

Meets 12_1 - The radiographers' role in hybrid imaging

13:24Sebastjan Rep, Ljubljana / SI

Learning Objectives
1. To understand the advantages and disadvantages of hybrid imaging.
2. To understand the importance of protocol optimisation and the important role of the radiographer.
3. To become familiar with the impact of quality control processes on image and data quality.

2
Meets 12_2 - The effective use of negative contrast agents in magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography (MRCP)

Meets 12_2 - The effective use of negative contrast agents in magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography (MRCP)

14:23Andrej Breznik, Celje / SI

Learning Objectives
1. To become familiar with different types of negative contrast agents in MRCP imaging.
2. To acknowledge the impact of using different negative contrast agents.
3. To learn about the possibilities of protocol optimisation in MRCP imaging.

3
Meets 12_3 - Interlude: I feel Slovenia

Meets 12_3 - Interlude: I feel Slovenia

03:08

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Meets 12_4 - Protocol designing and optimisation in cardiac CT

Meets 12_4 - Protocol designing and optimisation in cardiac CT

13:53Jure Misic, Ljubljana / SI

Learning Objectives
1. To become familiar with different cardiac CT scan modes.
2. To learn about the possibilities of protocol optimisation.
3. To understand the challenges in cardiac CT examination.

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Meets 12_5 - Quality assurance in mammography: evaluation of radiographs

Meets 12_5 - Quality assurance in mammography: evaluation of radiographs

09:29Erna Alukic, Ljubljana / SI

Learning Objectives
1. To present evaluation criteria for mammographic images from the Slovenian screening programme.
2. To review the most common positioning errors from across the Slovenian screening programme.
3. To address the challenges of the manual assessment of mammograms.