Refresher Courses: Genitourinary

RC 2107 - Imaging in male pelvic trauma

March 5, 16:00 - 17:00 CET

RC 2107-1
5 min
Chairperson's introduction
RC 2107-2
15 min
Bladder trauma
1. To list the classification and the imaging features of bladder injuries.
2. To describe the imaging signs of extra- and intra-peritoneal bladder rupture.
3. To consider the most appropriate CT technique for the diagnosis of bladder injuries.
RC 2107-3
15 min
Scrotal trauma
1. To understand the role of various imaging modalities in scrotal trauma.
2. To illustrate the imaging appearances of the spectrum of intratesticular and extra testicular injuries.
3. To review the current guidelines from different societies.
4. To highlight the position statements prepared by ESUR-SPIWG.
RC 2107-4
15 min
Penile trauma
1. To learn how to perform an US and MRI investigation in patients with penile traumas.
2. To identify different penile injuries using US and MRI.
3. To learn how to distinguish between injuries requiring a different approach.
RC 2107-5
10 min
Panel discussion: What is the current role of conventional imaging in GU trauma?