CT protocol selection for imaging of abdominal viscera - ESR Connect

RC 901 - CT protocol selection for imaging of abdominal viscera

  • 3 Lectures
  • 60 Minutes
  • 3 Speakers

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Lectures

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RC 901_1 - A. CT protocol of the liver

RC 901_1 - A. CT protocol of the liver

23:19Filipe Caseiro Alves, Coimbra / PT

Learning Objectives
1. To learn about the indication of different CT protocols of the liver.
2. To understand the value of correct contrast media timing.
3. To recognise how to avoid the most common mistakes in a clinical setting.

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RC 901_2 - B. CT protocol of the pancreas

RC 901_2 - B. CT protocol of the pancreas

21:54Wolfgang Schima, Vienna / AT

Learning Objectives
1. To be able to understand differences between standard and dedicated pancreas CT protocols.
2. To discuss the value of intravenous and oral contrast media for pancreas imaging.
3. To be aware of potential pitfalls in diagnosing pancreatic tumours or inflammatory lesions.

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RC 901_3 - C. CT protocol in trauma patients

RC 901_3 - C. CT protocol in trauma patients

21:55Michael Laniado, Dresden / DE

Learning Objectives
1. To understand the particularities of CT protocols in trauma patients.
2. To be aware of the most common differential diagnoses in a trauma setting.
3. To learn to avoid mistakes and to deal with pitfalls in trauma patients.

Description

RC 901-1
A. CT protocol of the liver
Filipe Caseiro Alves, Coimbra / PT
Learning Objectives
1. To learn about the indication of different CT protocols of the liver.
2. To understand the value of correct contrast media timing.
3. To recognise how to avoid the most common mistakes in a clinical setting.
RC 901-2
B. CT protocol of the pancreas
Wolfgang Schima, Vienna / AT
Learning Objectives
1. To be able to understand differences between standard and dedicated pancreas CT protocols.
2. To discuss the value of intravenous and oral contrast media for pancreas imaging.
3. To be aware of potential pitfalls in diagnosing pancreatic tumours or inflammatory lesions.
RC 901-3
C. CT protocol in trauma patients
Michael Laniado, Dresden / DE
Learning Objectives
1. To understand the particularities of CT protocols in trauma patients.
2. To be aware of the most common differential diagnoses in a trauma setting.
3. To learn to avoid mistakes and to deal with pitfalls in trauma patients.

Abdominal and Gastrointestinal / Genitourinary

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