E³ - Advanced Courses: Head and Neck Imaging - Jointly organised by the ESR and ESTRO

E³ 2122 - Early laryngeal cancers: a multidisciplinary approach

March 5, 16:00 - 17:30 CET

E³ 2122-1
5 min
Chairperson's introduction
Frank A. Pameijer, Utrecht / Netherlands
1. To interpret diagnostic imaging findings in (small) laryngeal carcinomas.
2. To understand how information from imaging impacts treatment choice.
3. To suggest additional imaging (e.g., ultrasound-guided biopsy of the larynx) in challenging clinical situations.
E³ 2122-2
15 min
Imaging checklist for treatment planning in early laryngeal cancers
1. To apply a dedicated CT and MRI protocol for imaging (early) laryngeal cancers.
2. To list findings indicative of deep tumour extension to the paraglottic and pre-epiglottic space.
3. To describe a step-by-step approach based on laryngeal anatomy during the analysis of CT and MRI studies in patients with early laryngeal cancer.
E³ 2122-3
15 min
Transoral microsurgery in early laryngeal cancers: benefits, limitations, and contraindications
Elizabeth V. Sjögren, Leiden / Netherlands
1. To describe the technical requirements for transoral laser microsurgery (TLM) in early laryngeal cancer.
2. To interpret and describe anterior commissure involvement as a risk factor for TLM.
3. To compare the results of TLM and radiotherapy for early glottic cancers.
E³ 2122-4
15 min
Pre-treatment evaluation of early laryngeal cancers: a radiation oncologist's perspective
Vincent Gregoire, Lyon / France
1. To describe the indications of radiotherapy for early laryngeal cancers.
2. To summarise the outcome of radiotherapy (efficacy and toxicity).
3. To discuss the technical challenges of laryngeal radiotherapy.
E³ 2122-5
40 min
Multidisciplinary tumour board: case-based panel discussion
Frank A. Pameijer, Utrecht / Netherlands

Moderators

Moderator

Frank A. Pameijer

Utrecht, Netherlands

Speakers

Presenter

Frank A. Pameijer

Utrecht, Netherlands

Presenter

ElizabethV. Sjögren

Leiden, Netherlands

Presenter

Vincent Gregoire

Lyon, France