Imaging of pancreatitis - ESR Connect

RC 1601 - Imaging of pancreatitis

  • 4 Lectures
  • 60 Minutes
  • 4 Speakers

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Lectures

1
RC 1601_1 - A. Focal pancreatitis vs. adenocarcinoma

RC 1601_1 - A. Focal pancreatitis vs. adenocarcinoma

15:43Thomas Bollen, Nieuwegein / NL

Learning Objectives
1. To learn about the prevalence and clinical markers of focal pancreatitis and adenocarcinoma.
2. To understand the difficulties in differentiating these entities and to develop imaging-based problem solving tools.
3. To become familiar with follow-up strategies in non-conclusive cases or when the biopsy is negative.

2
RC 1601_2 - B. IgG4 autoimmune pancreatitis

RC 1601_2 - B. IgG4 autoimmune pancreatitis

16:34Ankur Arora, Worthing / UK

Learning Objectives
1. To know the imaging characteristics of autoimmune pancreatitis compared to other forms of pancreatitis.
2. To learn about the value of different imaging tool including US, CT, and MRI for the diagnosis of autoimmune pancreatitis.
3. To be aware of imaging markers indicating therapeutic success in patients with autoimmune pancreatitis.

3
RC 1601_3 - C. Imaging of chronic pancreatitis

RC 1601_3 - C. Imaging of chronic pancreatitis

16:17Nikolaos Kartalis, Stockholm / SE

Learning Objectives
1. To understand the strengths and weaknesses of different imaging tools for the diagnosis of chronic pancreatitis.
2. To be aware of typical and atypical imaging findings in patients with chronic pancreatitis.
3. To learn about the pitfalls and how to avoid diagnostic mistakes in patients with chronic pancreatitis.

4
RC 1601_4 - D. Interventions in acute pancreatitis

RC 1601_4 - D. Interventions in acute pancreatitis

16:42Michael M. Maher, Cork / IE

Learning Objectives
1. To recognise the techniques of interventions in acute pancreatitis.
2. To understand the indications of transgastral vs percutaneous drainage.
3. To learn how to avoid complications following pancreatic interventions.

Description

RC 1601-1
A. Focal pancreatitis vs. adenocarcinoma
Thomas Bollen, Nieuwegein / NL
Learning Objectives
1. To learn about the prevalence and clinical markers of focal pancreatitis and adenocarcinoma.
2. To understand the difficulties in differentiating these entities and to develop imaging-based problem solving tools.
3. To become familiar with follow-up strategies in non-conclusive cases or when the biopsy is negative.
RC 1601-2
B. IgG4 autoimmune pancreatitis
Ankur Arora, Worthing / UK
Learning Objectives
1. To know the imaging characteristics of autoimmune pancreatitis compared to other forms of pancreatitis.
2. To learn about the value of different imaging tool including US, CT, and MRI for the diagnosis of autoimmune pancreatitis.
3. To be aware of imaging markers indicating therapeutic success in patients with autoimmune pancreatitis.
RC 1601-3
C. Imaging of chronic pancreatitis
Nikolaos Kartalis, Stockholm / SE
Learning Objectives
1. To understand the strengths and weaknesses of different imaging tools for the diagnosis of chronic pancreatitis.
2. To be aware of typical and atypical imaging findings in patients with chronic pancreatitis.
3. To learn about the pitfalls and how to avoid diagnostic mistakes in patients with chronic pancreatitis.
RC 1601-4
D. Interventions in acute pancreatitis
Michael M. Maher, Cork / IE
Learning Objectives
1. To recognise the techniques of interventions in acute pancreatitis.
2. To understand the indications of transgastral vs percutaneous drainage.
3. To learn how to avoid complications following pancreatic interventions.

Abdominal and Gastrointestinal / Genitourinary

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