Research Presentation Sessions: Oncologic Imaging

Gastrointestinal oncology

Lectures

1
Introduction by the moderator - Ioana G. Lupescu, Bucharest / RO

Introduction by the moderator - Ioana G. Lupescu, Bucharest / RO

04:00

2
CT radiomic features of hepatic metastasis for predicting immunohistochemistry molecular classification of primary breast cancer - Hanna Bae, Seoul / KR

CT radiomic features of hepatic metastasis for predicting immunohistochemistry molecular classification of primary breast cancer - Hanna Bae, Seoul / KR

08:00

3
Evaluation and timing optimisation of CT perfusion first pass analysis in comparison to maximum slope model in pancreatic carcinoma - Neha Vats, Heidelberg / DE

Evaluation and timing optimisation of CT perfusion first pass analysis in comparison to maximum slope model in pancreatic carcinoma - Neha Vats, Heidelberg / DE

08:00

4
Is CT radiomics superior to morphological evaluation for pN0 characterisation?  A pilot study in colon cancer - Ilaria Nacci, Roma / IT

Is CT radiomics superior to morphological evaluation for pN0 characterisation? A pilot study in colon cancer - Ilaria Nacci, Roma / IT

08:00

5
SSR-PET/CT compared to contrast-enhanced liver MRI in detection of liver metastases in neuroendocrine tumours (NET): a 15-year retrospective European single-centre analysis - Freba Grawe, München / DE

SSR-PET/CT compared to contrast-enhanced liver MRI in detection of liver metastases in neuroendocrine tumours (NET): a 15-year retrospective European single-centre analysis - Freba Grawe, München / DE

08:00

6
Texture analysis for nonlinear characterisation of 18F-FDG PET/CT images in patients with rectal cancer: comparison between tumour and peritumoural tissues - Valerii Orel, Kyiv / UA

Texture analysis for nonlinear characterisation of 18F-FDG PET/CT images in patients with rectal cancer: comparison between tumour and peritumoural tissues - Valerii Orel, Kyiv / UA

08:00