• 8 Lectures
  • 237 Minutes
  • 8 Speakers

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Learning Objectives:

Cavitary lung lesions

  1. To review the diagnostic criteria and differentials of cavitary lung lesions.
  2. To learn about the most common causes.
  3. To learn about an algorithmic approach to narrow the differential diagnosis.

Langerhans cell histiocytosis (LCH)

  1. To understand the pathophysiology of LCH.
  2. To review key features on CT.
  3. To learn about the various stages of the disease.


  1. To learn about the current concepts on pathogenesis.
  2. To review the typical and atypical CT features.
  3. To learn about the tuberous sclerosis complex.

Lung cancer: key signs in the new TNM

  1. To learn about the new staging system for lung cancer.
  2. To highlight the differences in the meaning of CT findings between the new system and the previous one.

Incidental findings in oncologic patients

  1. To recognise the importance of different incidental findings in patients with cancer.
  2. To learn how to manage patients with incidental findings.

Lung adenocarcinomas with EGFR mutations

  1. To be aware of the importance of detecting epidermal growth factor receptor (EFGR) mutation.
  2. To learn about demographic and CT features suggestive of EGFR mutation.
  3. To learn about the various initial and follow-up CT features.

PD-L1 positive lung tumours

  1. To know about the impact of programmed death ligand 1 (PD-L1) positivity.
  2. To know how to evaluate the tumour response after immunotherapeutics.
  3. To be aware of the imaging features of immune therapy complications.

ALK-rearranged and other mutations of lung adenocarcinomas

  1. To learn about clinicopathologic features characterising anaplastic lymphoma kinase (ALK)-rearrangement.
  2. To learn about other mutations and their implications for management.
  3. To see some illustrative cases.

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