Colon cancer: a multidisciplinary approach - ESR Connect

RC 101 - Colon cancer: a multidisciplinary approach

  • 3 Lectures
  • 60 Minutes
  • 3 Speakers

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Lectures

1
RC 101_1 - A. What are the expectations from the surgeon?

RC 101_1 - A. What are the expectations from the surgeon?

15:42Dejan Ignjatovic, Oslo / NO

Learning Objectives
1. To learn about the clinical background and surgical techniques for colon cancer.
2. To learn the surgical nomenclature used for the different variants of surgical procedures, in particular that related to the vasculature.
3. To understand how different imaging features on CT related to anatomical vascular variants can affect the surgical procedure.

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RC 101_2 - B. My CT protocol for staging colon cancer

RC 101_2 - B. My CT protocol for staging colon cancer

21:43Anders Drolsum, Oslo / NO

Learning Objectives
1. To demonstrate the CT acquisition protocol relevant for staging of colon cancer that also allows demonstration of bowel vasculature.
2. To learn about the vascular anatomy of the colon and nodal pathways as visualised on CT.
3. To understand how software post-processing can facilitate assessment and demonstration of vascular anatomy.

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RC 101_3 - C. Integrated staging and vascular assessment

RC 101_3 - C. Integrated staging and vascular assessment

18:38Anne Negaard, Lorenskog / NO

Learning Objectives
1. To present clinical cases that demonstrates the use of CT to illustrate local and distant staging in a structured report.
2. To demonstrate how the vascular assessment is performed in the same examination.
3. To present typical cases that demonstrate the importance of assessment, both in relation to the extent of disease as well as the vascular anatomy.

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RC 101-1
A. What are the expectations from the surgeon?
Dejan Ignjatovic, Oslo / NO
Learning Objectives
1. To learn about the clinical background and surgical techniques for colon cancer.
2. To learn the surgical nomenclature used for the different variants of surgical procedures, in particular that related to the vasculature.
3. To understand how different imaging features on CT related to anatomical vascular variants can affect the surgical procedure.
RC 101-2
B. My CT protocol for staging colon cancer
Anders Drolsum, Oslo / NO
Learning Objectives
1. To demonstrate the CT acquisition protocol relevant for staging of colon cancer that also allows demonstration of bowel vasculature.
2. To learn about the vascular anatomy of the colon and nodal pathways as visualised on CT.
3. To understand how software post-processing can facilitate assessment and demonstration of vascular anatomy.
RC 101-3
C. Integrated staging and vascular assessment
Anne Negaard, Lørenskog / NO
Learning Objectives
1. To present clinical cases that demonstrates the use of CT to illustrate local and distant staging in a structured report.
2. To demonstrate how the vascular assessment is performed in the same examination.
3. To present typical cases that demonstrate the importance of assessment, both in relation to the extent of disease as well as the vascular anatomy.

Abdominal and Gastrointestinal / Genitourinary

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