Interventional breast imaging: the increasing role of the radiologist - ESR Connect

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RC 1502 - Interventional breast imaging: the increasing role of the radiologist

  • 3 Lectures
  • 65 Minutes
  • 3 Speakers
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Lectures

1
RC 1502_1 - A. Fine needle aspiration cytology (FNAC), core needle or vacuum assisted biopsy (VAB): what, when and how?

RC 1502_1 - A. Fine needle aspiration cytology (FNAC), core needle or vacuum assisted biopsy (VAB): what, when and how?

18:43Sarah J. Vinnicombe, Dundee / UK

Learning Objectives
1. To get to know the different needle systems.
2. To become familiar with potential pitfalls.
3. To be able to choose the right needle for the right indication.

2
RC 1502_2 - B. Breast lesion localisation: going beyond wires

RC 1502_2 - B. Breast lesion localisation: going beyond wires

25:56Maja Marolt Music, Ljubljana / SI

Learning Objectives
1. To appreciate the importance of image-guided preoperative wire localisation for non-palpable lesions.
2. To get to know alternative localisation techniques.
3. To become familiar with the limitations of different techniques.

3
RC 1502_3 - C. Percutaneous ablation of breast cancer: a step forward

RC 1502_3 - C. Percutaneous ablation of breast cancer: a step forward

20:22Giovanni Mauri, Milan / IT

Learning Objectives
1. To become familiar with the different techniques for tumour ablation.
2. To acknowledge the value of each technique for the treatment of breast lesions.
3. To identify factors that affect success.

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