Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC): the role of radiology - ESR Connect

SA 16 - Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC): the role of radiology

  • 3 Lectures
  • 45 Minutes
  • 3 Speakers

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Lectures

1
SA 16_1 - Guidelines and beyond: the non-invasive diagnosis of HCC

SA 16_1 - Guidelines and beyond: the non-invasive diagnosis of HCC

15:25Claude B. Sirlin, San Diego, CA / US

Learning Objectives
1. To understand similarities and differences in the current guidelines for the diagnosis of HCC worldwide.
2. To understand the algorithmic approach to imaging diagnosis: liver imaging reporting and data system (LI-RADS).
3. To review the pros and cons of the different systems.

2
SA 16_2 - How to approach a small lesion in cirrhosis

SA 16_2 - How to approach a small lesion in cirrhosis

15:56Giuseppe Brancatelli, Palermo / IT

Learning Objectives
1. To review typical and atypical forms of small HCC in the cirrhotic liver.
2. To describe the most common lesions and pseudolesions occurring in the cirrhotic liver beyond HCC.
3. To understand strategies to improve diagnosis of small lesions in the cirrhotic liver.

3
SA 16_3 - How imaging can help choose treatment of HCC and the role of interventional radiology

SA 16_3 - How imaging can help choose treatment of HCC and the role of interventional radiology

17:38Valerie Vilgrain, Clichy / FR

Learning Objectives
1. To learn the key factors for the treatment of HCC patients.
2. To understand the role of imaging in choosing treatment.
3. To become familiar with the role of interventional radiology in HCC.

Description

SA 16-1
Guidelines and beyond: the non-invasive diagnosis of HCC
Claude B. Sirlin, San Diego, CA / US
Learning Objectives
1. To understand similarities and differences in the current guidelines for the diagnosis of HCC worldwide.
2. To understand the algorithmic approach to imaging diagnosis: liver imaging reporting and data system (LI-RADS).
3. To review the pros and cons of the different systems.
SA 16-2
How to approach a small lesion in cirrhosis
Giuseppe Brancatelli, Palermo / IT
Learning Objectives
1. To review typical and atypical forms of small HCC in the cirrhotic liver.
2. To describe the most common lesions and pseudolesions occurring in the cirrhotic liver beyond HCC.
3. To understand strategies to improve diagnosis of small lesions in the cirrhotic liver.
SA 16-3
How imaging can help choose treatment of HCC and the role of interventional radiology
Valérie Vilgrain, Clichy / FR
Learning Objectives
1. To learn the key factors for the treatment of HCC patients.
2. To understand the role of imaging in choosing treatment.
3. To become familiar with the role of interventional radiology in HCC.

Abdominal and Gastrointestinal / Genitourinary

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