Research Presentation Sessions: Oncologic Imaging

Advanced imaging in lung oncology

Lectures

1
Introduction by the moderator - Martine Rémy-Jardin, Lille / FR

Introduction by the moderator - Martine Rémy-Jardin, Lille / FR

04:00

2
Dynamic changes of CT-radiomic and systemic immune-inflammatory features predict the response to immune checkpoint inhibitors in advanced NSCLC patients - Gianluca Milanese, Parma / IT

Dynamic changes of CT-radiomic and systemic immune-inflammatory features predict the response to immune checkpoint inhibitors in advanced NSCLC patients - Gianluca Milanese, Parma / IT

08:00

3
Evaluation of differential response in patients with metastatic lung cancer treated with immune checkpoint inhibitors: a pilot study - Andreu Antolín Redondo, Barcelona / ES

Evaluation of differential response in patients with metastatic lung cancer treated with immune checkpoint inhibitors: a pilot study - Andreu Antolín Redondo, Barcelona / ES

08:00

4
Comparison of performance by whole-body MRI, PET/MRI and PET/CT and conventional staging methods for TNM and VALSG staging of small cell carcinoma patients - Yoshiharu Ohno, Toyoake / JP

Comparison of performance by whole-body MRI, PET/MRI and PET/CT and conventional staging methods for TNM and VALSG staging of small cell carcinoma patients - Yoshiharu Ohno, Toyoake / JP

08:00

5
To differentiate pulmonary sclerosing pneumocytoma from atypical lung cancer based-on contrast-enhanced CT: a radiomic analysis - Lei Wang, Nanchang / CN

To differentiate pulmonary sclerosing pneumocytoma from atypical lung cancer based-on contrast-enhanced CT: a radiomic analysis - Lei Wang, Nanchang / CN

08:00

6
Differentiation of benign lung nodules and lung metastases: a radiomics approach in a large cancer patient cohort - Simon Lennartz, Köln / DE

Differentiation of benign lung nodules and lung metastases: a radiomics approach in a large cancer patient cohort - Simon Lennartz, Köln / DE

08:00