Common benign and malignant liver lesions: unusual radiological appearance - ESR Connect

RC 1301 - Common benign and malignant liver lesions: unusual radiological appearance

  • 3 Lectures
  • 60 Minutes
  • 3 Speakers

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Lectures

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RC 1301_1 - A. Features of benign liver lesions

RC 1301_1 - A. Features of benign liver lesions

21:30Maria Manuela Franca, Porto / PT

Learning Objectives
1. To know the most common benign liver lesions.
2. To learn about unusual appearances of benign liver tumours.
3. To develop an algorithm in order to find the correct differential diagnosis.

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RC 1301_2 - B. Features of primary malignant liver lesions

RC 1301_2 - B. Features of primary malignant liver lesions

23:14Valerie Vilgrain, Clichy / FR

Learning Objectives
1. To understand the typical features and prevalence of hepatocellular carcinomas (HCCs) and cholangiocellular carcinomas (CCCs).
2. To learn about the reasons why HCCs and CCCs do not always show typical imaging features.
3. To establish a strategy as to how to differentiate atypical HCCs and CCCs from other liver tumours.

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RC 1301_3 - C. Features of liver metastases

RC 1301_3 - C. Features of liver metastases

20:47Yves Menu, Paris / FR

Learning Objectives
1. To learn about the primary tumours often leading to liver metastases.
2. To understand why liver metastases can have different imaging characteristics.
3. To know the imaging features of liver metastases after systemic chemotherapy or loco-regional therapy.

Description

RC 1301-1
A. Features of benign liver lesions
Maria Manuela França, Porto / PT
Learning Objectives
1. To know the most common benign liver lesions.
2. To learn about unusual appearances of benign liver tumours.
3. To develop an algorithm in order to find the correct differential diagnosis.
RC 1301-2
B. Features of primary malignant liver lesions
Valérie Vilgrain, Clichy / FR
Learning Objectives
1. To understand the typical features and prevalence of hepatocellular carcinomas (HCCs) and cholangiocellular carcinomas (CCCs).
2. To learn about the reasons why HCCs and CCCs do not always show typical imaging features.
3. To establish a strategy as to how to differentiate atypical HCCs and CCCs from other liver tumours.
RC 1301-3
C. Features of liver metastases
Yves Menu, Paris / FR
Learning Objectives
1. To learn about the primary tumours often leading to liver metastases.
2. To understand why liver metastases can have different imaging characteristics.
3. To know the imaging features of liver metastases after systemic chemotherapy or loco-regional therapy.

Abdominal and Gastrointestinal / Genitourinary

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