How radiologists can help the infertile couple - ESR Connect

SF 7b - How radiologists can help the infertile couple

  • 6 Lectures
  • 60 Minutes
  • 5 Speakers

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Lectures

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SF 7b_2  - Andrology expert's view on the role of radiology in infertility

SF 7b_2 - Andrology expert's view on the role of radiology in infertility

11:34D. Jezek, Zagreb / HR

Learning Objectives
1. To learn about male infertility problems and causes.
2. To understand when infertility is reversible and the role of accurate diagnosis, adequate medication when needed, and surgical and interventional radiology procedures in solving infertility problems from a clinical point of view.
3. To become familiar with the role of the andrologist, and the information needed by clinicians in decision making.

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SF 7b_3 - Imaging the infertile men: when and how?

SF 7b_3 - Imaging the infertile men: when and how?

10:59Michele Bertolotto, Trieste / IT

Learning Objectives
1. To learn about the radiological evaluation of infertile men. When, why, and what should be examined.
2. To understand the clinician's expectations and when radiologists can help.
3. To become familiar with the radiological procedures helpful in the diagnosis, and differentiation of infertility causes: radiological signs of varicocele, obstructive and non-obstructive azoospermia, where and how to find cryptorchid testis.

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SF 7b_4 - Imaging the infertile women: when and how?

SF 7b_4 - Imaging the infertile women: when and how?

10:59Rosemarie Forstner, Salzburg / AT

Learning Objectives
1. To learn the various causes of female infertility.
2. To understand the appropriate use of MRI in assessing infertility.
3. To illustrate uterine and extrauterine conditions impairing fertility.

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SF 7b_5 - Interventional radiology in male and female infertility

SF 7b_5 - Interventional radiology in male and female infertility

13:50Raman Uberoi, Oxford / UK

Learning Objectives
1. To learn about the contemporary methods of infertility treatment including in vitro fertilisation.
2. To understand the main differences between radiological methods and other methods applied in infertility. How interventional radiologists can help in female or male infertility.
3. To become familiar with the methodology of interventional radiology procedures applied in the diagnosing and treatment of male and female infertility.

Description

SF 7b-1
17:00
Introduction by the moderator
Raman Uberoi, Oxford / UK
SF 7b-2
17:05
Andrology expert's view on the role of radiology in infertility
Davor Jezek, Zagreb / HR
Learning Objectives
1. To learn about male infertility problems and causes.
2. To understand when infertility is reversible and the role of accurate diagnosis, adequate medication when needed, and surgical and interventional radiology procedures in solving infertility problems from a clinical point of view.
3. To become familiar with the role of the andrologist, and the information needed by clinicians in decision making.
SF 7b-3
17:15
Imaging the infertile men: when and how?
Michele Bertolotto, Trieste / IT
Learning Objectives
1. To learn about the radiological evaluation of infertile men. When, why, and what should be examined.
2. To understand the clinician's expectations and when radiologists can help.
3. To become familiar with the radiological procedures helpful in the diagnosis, and differentiation of infertility causes: radiological signs of varicocele, obstructive and non-obstructive azoospermia, where and how to find cryptorchid testis.
SF 7b-4
17:25
Imaging the infertile women: when and how?
Rosemarie Forstner, Salzburg / AT
Learning Objectives
1. To learn the various causes of female infertility.
2. To understand the appropriate use of MRI in assessing infertility.
3. To illustrate uterine and extrauterine conditions impairing fertility.
SF 7b-5
17:35
Interventional radiology in male and female infertility
Raman Uberoi, Oxford / UK
Learning Objectives
1. To learn about the contemporary methods of infertility treatment including in vitro fertilisation.
2. To understand the main differences between radiological methods and other methods applied in infertility. How interventional radiologists can help in female or male infertility.
3. To become familiar with the methodology of interventional radiology procedures applied in the diagnosing and treatment of male and female infertility.
SF 7b-6
17:45
Live Q&A: What is the role of the radiologist in the workup of infertility?

Abdominal and Gastrointestinal / Genitourinary

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Speakers

Presenter

Davor Jezek

Zagreb, Croatia

Presenter

Michele Bertolotto

Trieste, Italy

Presenter

Rosemarie Forstner

Salzburg, Austria

Presenter

Raman Uberoi

Oxford, United Kingdom