EUROPEAN SCHOOL OF RADIOLOGY

ESOR for EDiR: Abdominal Imaging

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Lectures

1
Gastro-esophageal cancers: diagnosis and staging

Gastro-esophageal cancers: diagnosis and staging

38:04A. Ba-Ssalamah

2
Gastro-esophageal cancers: diagnosis and staging - Case presentation

Gastro-esophageal cancers: diagnosis and staging - Case presentation

21:30A. Ba-Ssalamah

3
Cervical cancer: diagnosis and staging

Cervical cancer: diagnosis and staging

23:32G. Villeirs

4
Cervical cancer: diagnosis and staging - Case presentation

Cervical cancer: diagnosis and staging - Case presentation

36:24G. Villeirs

5
Staging of colorectal and anal cancer

Staging of colorectal and anal cancer

30:54A. Ba-Ssalamah

6
Staging of colorectal and anal cancer - Case presentation

Staging of colorectal and anal cancer - Case presentation

26:58A. Ba-Ssalamah

7
Imaging of the penis and scrotum: how I do it

Imaging of the penis and scrotum: how I do it

40:09G. Villeirs

8
Imaging of the penis and scrotum: how I do it - Case presentation

Imaging of the penis and scrotum: how I do it - Case presentation

19:52G. Villeirs

9
Diffuse liver diseases

Diffuse liver diseases

23:47A. Ba-Ssalamah

10
Diffuse liver diseases - Case presentation

Diffuse liver diseases - Case presentation

32:09A. Ba-Ssalamah

11
Prostate cancer: diagnosis and staging

Prostate cancer: diagnosis and staging

45:33G. Villeirs

12
Prostate cancer: diagnosis and staging - Case presentation

Prostate cancer: diagnosis and staging - Case presentation

14:37G. Villeirs

The ESOR Courses for EDiR are designed to prepare/assist those entering examinations for the European Diploma in Radiology (EDiR) but can also be used to update one’s knowledge in a specific area. The format includes nine courses, each one dealing with a specific organ/system-oriented theme. The teaching/learning objectives for each of the topics are strictly adhered to Level II of the European Training Curriculum. Completion of the courses does not guarantee acceptance to take the examination or success in the examination.



Learning Objectives

  1. to learn about the advantages and limitations of modern imaging techniques for abdominal disease including CT and MR
  2. to solve frequent clinical problems in abdominal radiology by using various imaging modalities
  3. to give advice for image interpretation and reporting of various abdominal imaging studies
  4. to provide a differential diagnosis for common and less common pathologic conditions of the gastrointestinal tract and genito-urinary system