Bosniak cyst classification - ESR Connect

ESR/EFSUMB - Bosniak cyst classification

  • 5 Lectures
  • 60 Minutes
  • 5 Speakers

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Lectures

1
ESR/EFSUMB_1 - Contrast-enhanced ultrasound (CEUS) in the classification of Bosniak cysts: is it better?

ESR/EFSUMB_1 - Contrast-enhanced ultrasound (CEUS) in the classification of Bosniak cysts: is it better?

14:59Vito Cantisani, Rome / IT

Learning Objectives
1. To provide CEUS features for characterising cystic lesions.
2. To discuss literature evidence on the reliability of CEUS.
3. To compare CEUS properties with CT and MRI for better kidney cystic characterisation.

2
ESR/EFSUMB_2 - Role of CT and MRI

ESR/EFSUMB_2 - Role of CT and MRI

13:10Thomas Fischer, Berlin / DE

Learning Objectives
1. To review the pros and cons of each approach, including safety of CT.
2. To become familiar with the Bosniak cyst classification for MRI and CT.
3. To discuss the evidence for the use of these methods in routine clinical practice.

3
ESR/EFSUMB_3 - Key recommendations of the EFSUMB clinical position paper on US-based Bosniak cyst classification

ESR/EFSUMB_3 - Key recommendations of the EFSUMB clinical position paper on US-based Bosniak cyst classification

15:49Michele Bertolotto, Trieste / IT

Learning Objectives
1. To review the differences between CEUS and contrast-CT/MRI in cystic renal lesion characterisation.
2. To describe the key features of CEUS that enables estimation of the risk of malignancy and assigns a Bosniak score.
3. To illustrate the EFSUMB key recommendations for renal cyst classification at CEUS.

4
ESR/EFSUMB_4 - Cases presentation with renal cysts

ESR/EFSUMB_4 - Cases presentation with renal cysts

08:33Jolanta Makowska-Webb, Liverpool / UK, Matthew Ragel, Liverpool / UK

Learning Objectives
1. To understand which features of a renal cyst to assess during CEUS in order to assign a Bosniak classification, especially to distinguish between benign and malignant lesion.
2. To know the pitfalls of CEUS renal cyst characterisation and how to counteract them.
3. To understand the place of CEUS in renal cyst characterisation and the follow-up.

Description

ESR/EFSUMB-1
Contrast-enhanced ultrasound (CEUS) in the classification of Bosniak cysts: is it better?
Vito Cantisani, Rome / IT
Learning Objectives
1. To provide CEUS features for characterising cystic lesions.
2. To discuss literature evidence on the reliability of CEUS.
3. To compare CEUS properties with CT and MRI for better kidney cystic characterisation.
ESR/EFSUMB-2
Role of CT and MRI
Thomas Fischer, Berlin / DE
Learning Objectives
1. To review the pros and cons of each approach, including safety of CT.
2. To become familiar with the Bosniak cyst classification for MRI and CT.
3. To discuss the evidence for the use of these methods in routine clinical practice.
ESR/EFSUMB-3
Key recommendations of the EFSUMB clinical position paper on US-based Bosniak cyst classification
Michele Bertolotto, Trieste / IT
Learning Objectives
1. To review the differences between CEUS and contrast-CT/MRI in cystic renal lesion characterisation.
2. To describe the key features of CEUS that enables estimation of the risk of malignancy and assigns a Bosniak score.
3. To illustrate the EFSUMB key recommendations for renal cyst classification at CEUS.
ESR/EFSUMB-4
Cases presentation with renal cysts (part 1)
Jolanta Makowska-Webb, Liverpool / UK
Learning Objectives
1. To understand which features of a renal cyst to assess during CEUS in order to assign a Bosniak classification, especially to distinguish between benign and malignant lesion.
2. To know the pitfalls of CEUS renal cyst characterisation and how to counteract them.
3. To understand the place of CEUS in renal cyst characterisation and the follow-up.
ESR/EFSUMB-5
Cases presentation with renal cysts (part 2)
Matthew Ragel, Liverpool / UK
Learning Objectives
1. To understand which features of a renal cyst to assess during CEUS in order to assign a Bosniak classification, especially to distinguish between benign and malignant lesion.
2. To know the pitfalls of CEUS renal cyst characterisation and how to counteract them.
3. To understand the place of CEUS in renal cyst characterisation and the follow-up.

Abdominal and Gastrointestinal / Genitourinary

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  • LEVEL III