ECR 2019 TOPIC PACKAGE

Transatlantic Course of ESR and RSNA: Sports Imaging

  • 16 LECTURES
  • 344 MINUTES
  • 8 SPEAKERS
  • ESR MEMBERS €9
  • NON-MEMBERS €19

Learning Objectives:

Sports-related injuries of the knee: what does the orthopaedic surgeon need to know? 

  1. To learn about what to include in knee MRI dictation templates.
  2. To understand the most common sports-related injury patterns in the knee.
  3. To appreciate which specific orthopaedic indications should prompt additional information in the dictation.
 

ACL reconstruction and cartilage repair

  1. To review the common and uncommon ACL reconstruction techniques.
  2. To appreciate the expected and abnormal MR imaging findings after ACL reconstruction.
  3. To understand common cartilage repair techniques, and corresponding normal and abnormal postoperative MRIs.
 

Knee sports injuries and postoperative MRI: Interactive case discussion (Part 1)

  1. To appreciate common patterns of athletic injury in the knee.
  2. To become familiar with the diagnostic features of failed ACL reconstructions, intact and failed cartilage repair.
  3. To consolidate the knowledge gained from the session with interactive cases of pre- and postoperative MRI.
 

Knee sports injuries and postoperative MRI: Interactive case discussion (Part 2)

  1. To appreciate common patterns of athletic injury in the knee.
  2. To become familiar with the diagnostic features of failed ACL reconstructions, intact and failed cartilage repair.
  3. To consolidate the knowledge gained from the session with interactive cases of pre- and postoperative MRI.
 

Soft tissue wrist injury in the athlete

  1. To learn about the patterns of injury seen at the wrist in athletes.
  2. To understand the advantages and disadvantages of different modalities for imaging the athlete's wrist.
  3. To recognise the imaging appearances of cartilage and ligamentous injury at the wrist.
 

Multimodality imaging of foot and ankle injuries in the athlete

  1. To appreciate the different and often contributory roles that imaging modalities have in the foot and ankle.
  2. To recognise the most common ligamentous and tendon injuries in the ankle.
  3. To understand how common patterns of injury relate to the mechanisms involved.
 

Wrist and foot/ankle sports injuries: Interactive case discussion (Part 1)

  1. To become familiar with the techniques available and imaging appearances of wrist athletic injury.
  2. To become familiar with the techniques available and imaging appearances of foot and ankle athletic injury.
  3. To consolidate the knowledge gained from the session with interactive cases of wrist, foot and ankle athletic injury.
 

Wrist and foot/ankle sports injuries: Interactive case discussion (Part 2)

  1. To become familiar with the techniques available and imaging appearances of wrist athletic injury.
  2. To become familiar with the techniques available and imaging appearances of foot and ankle athletic injury.
  3. To consolidate the knowledge gained from the session with interactive cases of wrist, foot and ankle athletic injury.
 

Shoulder injuries in the throwing athlete

  1. To understand the biomechanics of throwing forces as they relate to the shoulder.
  2. To become familiar with rotator cuff and labroligamentous injury patterns caused by overhead sports.
 

Postoperative shoulder MRI after instability surgery

  1. To become familiar with the expected and abnormal MR imaging findings after labral repair.
  2. To learn about the postoperative imaging features after capsular shift/capsulorrhaphy.
  3. To appreciate normal imaging and complications after remplissage and Laterjet/Bristow procedures.
 

Shoulder sports injuries and postoperative MRI: Interactive case discussion (Part 1)

  1. To appreciate pathologic and normal developmental changes in skeletally immature throwing athletes.
  2. To learn how to differentiate normal and failed labral repairs with MRI.
  3. To consolidate the knowledge gained from the session with interactive cases of pre- and postoperative shoulder MRI.
 

Shoulder sports injuries and postoperative MRI: Interactive case discussion (Part 2)

  1. To appreciate common patterns of athletic injury in the shoulder.
  2. To learn how to differentiate normal and failed labral repairs with MRI.
  3. To consolidate the knowledge gained from the session with interactive cases of pre- and postoperative shoulder MRI.
 

Diagnostic and therapeutic injections in the athlete: pearls ant pitfalls

  1. To become familiar with the most common requests and indications for sports-related injections.
  2. To learn about technical considerations for performing MSK injections.
  3. To understand reasons to delay injections or avoid certain injectables.
 

Injectables, percutaneous tendon fenestration and tenotomy

  1. To be aware of the indications and benefits of available injectables used to treat sports-related injuries.
  2. To learn about technical considerations for performing tendon fenestration and tenotomy.
  3. To become familiar with the current evidence on results of MSK procedures in the literature.
 

Musculoskeletal interventional procedures: Interactive case discussion (Part 1)

  1. To learn the targeted approach to injecting joints, ligaments, tendons and tendon sheaths.
  2. To appreciate pitfalls to avoid in MSK procedures for treatment of sports-related injuries.
  3. To understand evidence-based data on various MSK procedures in order to give patients realistic expectations after treatment.
 

Musculoskeletal interventional procedures: Interactive case discussion (Part 2)

  1. To learn the targeted approach to injecting joints, ligaments, tendons and tendon sheaths.
  2. To appreciate pitfalls to avoid in MSK procedures for treatment of sports-related injuries.
  3. To understand evidence-based data on various MSK procedures in order to give patients realistic expectations after treatment.