ESOR FOUNDATION COURSES 2023
38:07I. Hartmann, Rotterdam/NL
37:54M.-P Revel, Paris/FR
44:14G. Chassagnon, Paris/FR
41:22I. Hartmann, Rotterdam/NL
36:22M.-P Revel, Paris/FR
42:30G. Chassagnon, Paris/FR
This course is intended not only for residents in any year of radiology training but also for board-certified radiologists for whom chest radiography is a daily activity. It will be an opportunity to go back to the basics regarding quality criteria and basic semiology, the anomalies not to be missed. It will also be an opportunity to understand how artificial intelligence can help in the diagnosis of the main anomalies. The course consists of 6 topics composed of 20 minutes of theory and 20 minutes of case presentations, followed by a live Q&A section after each session for interaction with faculty members.
Wednesday, February 15, 2023
Chest-X-Ray: quality and normality criteria of frontal and lateral views. Pitfalls and limitations.
– To review the quality and normality criteria for frontal and lateral CXR
Alveolar and Interstitial syndrome. CXR manifestations of tuberculosis and aspergillosis
– To understand why alveolar and interstitial opacities look different on chest X-rays
Mediastinal syndrome: CXR manifestations and correlations with CT
– To know mediastinal lines and stripes
Pleural and parietal syndrome. Manifestations of COPD
– Learn the radiographic signs of COPD on chest radiography
Lung atelectasis and lung nodule detection
– To be able to diagnose lobar atelectasis on chest X-rays
Let’s play with AI for CXR reading
– Review pedagogical examples by comparing yourself to AI
- You have to complete the electronic evaluation questionnaire. To do so, please click the “Course Evaluation” button displayed on the right column of the course page or go to the section “My Evaluation” of your ESR Connect account.
Evaluation is open from February 15, 18:00 CET until February 22, 23:59 CET and CME certificates can be downloaded in your ESR Connect user area under 'My Certificates'.