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Chest Imaging: Ultrasound

  • 5 Lectures
  • 138 Minutes
  • 5 Speakers
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Learning Objectives

How does lung parenchymal ultrasound change the clinical management of the sick child: the paediatric radiologists‘ perspective

(P. Tomà)
 
  1. To discuss the appropriate use of US, x-ray, CT and MRI in the management of children presenting with thoracic diseases.
  2. To define if and how paediatric radiologists should be trained in chest US.
 

How does lung parenchymal ultrasound change the clinical management of the sick child: the clinicians‘ perspective

(L. Cattarossi)
 
  1. To illustrate the role of bedside lung parenchymal US in comparison with x-ray and CT in management of sick children.
  2. To define and discuss the paediatricians perspective.
 

A. CT

(C. de Margerie-Mellon)
 
  1. To learn about techniques for decreasing the radiation dose.
  2. To know in which clinical situations low-dose CT should be performed.
 

B. MRI

(J. Dinkel)
 
  1. To learn about the current lung MR protocols.
  2. To know in which clinical situations lung MRI is a helpful adjunct to diagnosis..
 

C. US

(F. Gleeson)
 
  1. To learn when, how and why to perform a US study of the chest.
  2. To become familiar with the strengths and limitations of the technique..

Categories and Tags

  • BASIC
  • LEVEL II