ECR 2018 TOPIC PACKAGE

Genitourinary: advanced

  • 10 LECTURES
  • 204 MINUTES
  • 9 SPEAKERS
  • ESR MEMBERS €9
  • NON-MEMBERS €19

Learning Objectives

A. Kidney

(N. Grenier)
 
  1. To learn about the renal physiology and the pharmacokinetics of contrast agents.
  2. To understand the clinical and imaging features of renal disorders.
  3. To appreciate the incremental value of functional imaging in differential diagnosis.
 

B. Prostate

(G. M. Villeirs)
 
  1. To understand the clinical and imaging features of prostatic disorders.
  2. To appreciate the incremental value of functional imaging in differential diagnosis.
  3. To become familiar with MRI-guided prostate biopsies.
 

C. Uterus

(E. Sala)
 
  1. To understand the clinical and imaging features of uterine disorders.
  2. To appreciate the incremental value of functional imaging in differential diagnosis.
  3. To learn about the imaging features of the treated uterus.
 

A. Imaging methods, CT and MRI: the best out of two

(M. Bertolotto)
 
  1. To become familiar with the optimal CT and MRI protocols for renal imaging.
  2. To understand the best choice of CT or MRI according to the clinical need.
  3. To illustrate the advantages and disadvantages of CT and MRI.
 

B. Differential diagnosis of renal masses

(N. Grenier)
 
  1. To learn about the histologic spectrum of renal tumours.
  2. To understand the capabilities of imaging for renal tumour characterisation.
  3. To become familiar with functional techniques applied to characterise renal tumours.
 

C. Staging and organ-preserving strategies

(P. Asbach)
 
  1. To understand the TNM-staging system for renal tumours.
  2. To become familiar with optimal staging protocols and imaging findings in staging of renal tumours.
  3. To learn about actual organ-preserving strategies.
 

Focal treatment of prostate cancer: opportunities, challenges and indications

(R. Sanchez-Salas)
 
  1. To learn the conceptual possibilities and limitations of focal therapy for prostate cancer.
  2. To understand indications and patient selection criteria.
  3. To know achievable cure rates, possible causes for failure and treatment-related toxicity.
 

Imaging of prostate cancer: how accurately can prostate cancer be localised?

(C. Allen)
 
  1. To know the examination protocol and the required quality standard of multiparametric MRI.
  2. To recognise opportunities and limits of prostate MRI for cancer localisation and delineation.
  3. To learn about standardised reporting necessary for precise communication with urologists.
 

Image-guided focal treatment using high-intensity ultrasound (HIFU)

(S. Crouzet)
 
  1. To understand the technology of image-guided high-intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU).
  2. To recognise the value of MRI for treatment planning and guidance.
  3. To learn about indications, achievable therapeutic results and side effects.
 

Image-guided focal treatment using irreversible electroporation (IRE)

(F. Collettini)
 
  1. To understand the technology of irreversible electroporation (IRE).
  2. To recognise the value of MRI for treatment planning and guidance.
  3. To learn about indications, achievable therapeutic results and side effects.

Categories and Tags

  • ADVANCED
  • LEVEL II+III