E³ - The Beauty of Basic Knowledge: A Survival Guide to Musculoskeletal Imaging

E³ 24E - Is it a bone tumour?

July 16, 12:30 - 13:30 CEST

E³ 24E-2
18 min
The lytic lesion
Ustun Aydingoz, Ankara / Turkey
1. To describe the typical radiographic features of common lytic bone tumours.
2. To explain how the radiographic features of lytic bone tumours relate to their pathophysiology.
3. To explain the principles of characterisation and staging of lytic bone tumours.
E³ 24E-3
18 min
The sclerotic lesion
Johan L. Bloem, Leiden / Netherlands
1. To explain how imaging features of sclerosis reflect pathophysiology.
2. To describe typical features of different types of bone tumour sclerosis.
3. To differentiate benign from malignant sclerotic bone tumours.
E³ 24E-4
18 min
Apostolos H. Karantanas, Iraklion / Greece
1. To present the most common developmental variants that may simulate an osseous tumour.
2. To depict and interpret the mass-like lesions of the bone marrow as shown on MRI.
3. To learn the pros and cons of x-rays, CT, and MRI on common symptomatic and asymptomatic osseous pseudotumours.
E³ 24E-5
6 min
Panel discussion