E³ - Advanced Courses: Lung, Mediastinum and Pleural Imaging

E³ 1531 - Lung cancer: a multidisciplinary approach in real life

July 15, 14:00 - 15:30 CEST

E³ 1531-1
5 min
Chairperson's introduction
Helmut Prosch, Vienna / Austria
1. To conduct the initial staging of lung cancer.
2. To review the management of patients according to the tumour molecular profile and PDL1 expression.
3. To integrate the indications, contra-indications, and results of thermal ablation techniques in early-stage lung cancer.
E³ 1531-2
10 min
Treatment pathways in advanced stage lung cancer: thoracic oncologist
Nicolas Girard, Paris / France
1. To understand the treatment strategies for advanced non-small-cell lung carcinoma (NSCLC).
2. To approach the clinical endpoints for the decision making.
3. To understand how to approach "oligo", progressive, metastatic, and residual disease.
E³ 1531-3
15 min
Diagnosis, staging, and restaging of lung cancer after immunotherapy
Helmut Prosch, Vienna / Austria
1. To understand the basic principles behind immunotherapies.
2. To become familiar with the treatment responses in immunotherapies.
3. To appreciate the CT manifestations of immune-related adverse events.
E³ 1531-4
15 min
Radiological treatment of lung cancer: interventional oncology
Roberto Iezzi, Rome / Italy
1. To describe the different radiological locoregional treatments for primary and secondary lung tumours.
2. To list the advantages and disadvantages of different techniques.
3. To discuss their role in the multidisciplinary management of patients with pulmonary malignancies.
E³ 1531-5
45 min
Multidisciplinary tumour board: case-based panel discussion
Helmut Prosch, Vienna / Austria