ESOR GALEN Courses 2021

Emergency Radiology

Lectures

1
1_1 - Spine injuries: when should we go to MRI?

1_1 - Spine injuries: when should we go to MRI?

37:44Surabhi Choudhary, Birmingham / UK

2
1_2 - Emergency radiology: don’t forget to look at the heart with CT!

1_2 - Emergency radiology: don’t forget to look at the heart with CT!

29:06Nils Planken, Amsterdam / NL

3
1_3 - CT angiography and severe haemoptysis: protocol, role and signs for an accurate diagnosis

1_3 - CT angiography and severe haemoptysis: protocol, role and signs for an accurate diagnosis

34:51Irene Bargellini, Pisa / IT

4
2_1 - Trauma and elderly: some specific fractures that must not be missed!

2_1 - Trauma and elderly: some specific fractures that must not be missed!

28:42Surabhi Choudhary, Birmingham / UK

5
2_2 - How do I manage a non-traumatic hemoperitoneum in emergency?

2_2 - How do I manage a non-traumatic hemoperitoneum in emergency?

28:25Raffaella Basilico, Chieti / IT

6
2_3 - Gynaecological emergencies: when can CT give you the answer?

2_3 - Gynaecological emergencies: when can CT give you the answer?

31:25Ingrid Millet, Montpellier / FR

7
3_1 - CT role for assessing acute pancreatitis

3_1 - CT role for assessing acute pancreatitis

31:03Johannes Wessling, Münster / DE

8
3_2 - Mesenteric ischemia: how can we improve our diagnostic performances?

3_2 - Mesenteric ischemia: how can we improve our diagnostic performances?

29:06Tiina Lehtimäki, Helsinki / FI

9
3_3 - Small bowel obstruction, a standardised analysis using CT for a relevant report

3_3 - Small bowel obstruction, a standardised analysis using CT for a relevant report

29:53Ingrid Millet, Montpellier / FR