Special Focus Session

Liver transplantation: imaging and intervention

Lectures

1
SF 12 - Preoperative: what to know

SF 12 - Preoperative: what to know

19:07V. Vilgrain, Clichy / FR

Learning Objectives
1. To learn how imaging impacts on clinical decision making for liver transplantation.
2. To understand the selection criteria for transplantation in HCC patients.
3. To appreciate the role of biopsy and interventional radiology in pre-transplant patient management.

2
SF 12 - Postoperative and follow-up: what to expect and what goes wrong

SF 12 - Postoperative and follow-up: what to expect and what goes wrong

14:32R. Girometti, Udine / IT

Learning Objectives
1. To appreciate the early and late complications of liver transplantation.
2. To understand the role of multimodality imaging for the diagnosis.
3. To understand the prognostic factors that may change patient management.

3
SF 12 - The role of interventional radiology in treating complications

SF 12 - The role of interventional radiology in treating complications

14:11A. Bloom, Jerusalem / IL

Learning Objectives
1. To learn about the complications of liver transplantation that are treatable through interventional radiology.
2. To understand the clinical results emphasising the failure rates of IR techniques.
3. To appreciate the future direction of IR in the liver.

Moderators

Moderator

Andrzej Cieszanowski

Warsaw, Poland

Speakers

Presenter

Valérie Vilgrain

Clichy, France

Presenter

Rossano Girometti

Udine, Italy

Presenter

Allan Bloom

Jerusalem, Israel