EUROPEAN SCHOOL OF RADIOLOGY

ESOR for EDiR: Breast Imaging

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Lectures

1
Breast cancer screening: when, how, and why? - Case presentation

Breast cancer screening: when, how, and why? - Case presentation

23:15P. Baltzer

2
From 2D mammography to 3D and more (BIRADS)

From 2D mammography to 3D and more (BIRADS)

31:04I. Thomassin-Naggara

3
From 2D mammography to 3D and more (BIRADS) - Case presentation

From 2D mammography to 3D and more (BIRADS) - Case presentation

22:47I. Thomassin-Naggara

4
Role of imaging during neoadjuvant therapy (NAC)

Role of imaging during neoadjuvant therapy (NAC)

31:43P. Baltzer

5
Role of imaging during neoadjuvant therapy (NAC) - Case presentation

Role of imaging during neoadjuvant therapy (NAC) - Case presentation

29:06P. Baltzer

6
Ultrasound of the breast: from morphology to function (BIRADS)

Ultrasound of the breast: from morphology to function (BIRADS)

35:35I. Thomassin-Naggara

7
Ultrasound of the breast: from morphology to function (BIRADS) - Case presentation

Ultrasound of the breast: from morphology to function (BIRADS) - Case presentation

27:04I. Thomassin-Naggara

8
Update on MRI of the breast: technique and reporting

Update on MRI of the breast: technique and reporting

38:25P. Baltzer

9
Update on MRI of the breast: technique and reporting - Case presentation

Update on MRI of the breast: technique and reporting - Case presentation

23:24P. Baltzer

10
How to report breast imaging findings with MG and US (BIRADS)

How to report breast imaging findings with MG and US (BIRADS)

34:10I. Thomassin-Naggara

11
How to report breast imaging findings with MG and US (BIRADS) - Case presentation

How to report breast imaging findings with MG and US (BIRADS) - Case presentation

29:38I. Thomassin-Naggara

12
Breast cancer screening: when, how, and why?

Breast cancer screening: when, how, and why?

36:47P. Baltzer

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 appreciate the need of structured reporting to understand how to communicate breast imaging findings to patients
  2. to learn the principles and objectives of population screening
  3. to understand the potential of novel mammography, ultrasound, and MRI based techniques
  4. to be acquainted with imaging modalities evaluating response to neoadjuvant therapy