Special Focus Session

SF 24 - Oral and maxillofacial radiology

  • 3 Lectures
  • 56 Minutes
  • 3 Speakers
  • 5 Comments

Lectures

1
SF 24 - Overview of salivary gland imaging with an emphasis on sialo-CBCT

SF 24 - Overview of salivary gland imaging with an emphasis on sialo-CBCT

19:57C. Nadler, Jerusalem / Israel

Learning Objectives
1. To learn about the sialography indications of salivary gland pathosis.
2. To become familiar with sialography’s role in demonstrating the radiographic features of salivary gland pathosis, computer-aided diagnosis, and creating a unique aid for patient assessment and treatment.
3. To obtain an overview of ultrasound and sialaendoscopy for salivary gland diagnosis and interventional treatment.

2
SF 24 - Role of imaging in the diagnosis of temporomandibular joint pathology

SF 24 - Role of imaging in the diagnosis of temporomandibular joint pathology

16:40T. Larheim, Oslo / Norway

Learning Objectives
1. To appreciate normal MRI variations.
2. To become familiar with the most frequent MRI pathology (internal derangement, osteoarthritis, and inflammatory joint diseases).

3
SF 24 - Oral and pharyngeal swallowing dysfunction among snorers, the elderly, and stroke and head and neck cancer patients

SF 24 - Oral and pharyngeal swallowing dysfunction among snorers, the elderly, and stroke and head and neck cancer patients

19:26E. Levring Jäghagen, Umea / Sweden

Learning Objectives
1. To learn about the results from studies of oral and pharyngeal swallowing dysfunction, assessed with videofluoroscopy among snorers and patients after stroke and head and neck cancer treatment.
2. To learn about neuromuscular injuries in the oropharyngeal area among snorers.
3. To learn about the results of neuromuscular training for the improvement of swallowing function in the elderly and patients after stroke.

Comments

Raluca Roman

March 7, 2021 | 13:37 CET

@Eva Kristina Levring Jäghagen - Thank you for this great presentation. Do you recommend or use the same training device in snorers as well, to prevent the developing of swallowing disfunction?

Eva Levring Jäghagen

March 7, 2021 | 22:10 CET

Dear Prof Roman, Thank you for your nice comment and question. For the moment our research group is conducting a randomized controlled study where we assess whether neuromuscular training with the presented device can improve snoring and sleep apnea, and we are assessing the swallowing function among the patients too. We are still including patients so we haven't analysed our results yet. Our intension is of course to publish as soon as we have final results.

Alexandra Borges

March 6, 2021 | 19:32 CET

Prof Jahagen thant you very much for this very interesting and useful lecture! 

Chen Nadler

March 7, 2021 | 12:33 CET

Thank you for your comment and you are very welcome :-) 

Eva Levring Jäghagen

March 7, 2021 | 22:22 CET

Dear Prof Borges, Thank you for your feedback. I am glad you found the lecture interesting and useful.

Categories and Tags

  • LEVEL II

Speakers

Presenter

Chen Nadler

Jerusalem, Israel

Presenter

Tore A. Larheim

Oslo, Norway

Presenter

Eva Kristina Levring Jäghagen

Umeå, Sweden

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