October 11, 2023 | 12:30 CEST



This course is aimed at residents in their 4th and 5th year of training in radiology and recently board-certified radiologists interested in Paediatric Radiology. It is strictly adhered to Level II of the European Training Curriculum and aims to familiarise general radiologists dealing in everyday practice with children suffering from disorders different to those of adult patients.



  • To become familiar with head and neck lesions and the most common malformations of the inner ear
  • To acquire knowledge about stroke and encephalitis in children
  • To learn about biliary disorders and liver tumour



Wednesday, October 11, 2023


Pearls and Pitfalls in Pediatric Head and Neck imaging

F. D’Arco London/ UK

  • To learn of current imaging protocols.
  • To become familiar with pearls and pitfalls, and mimics of pediatric head and neck lesions.
  • To learn about the combination of key radiological findings, clinical presentation, and anatomic localization necessary to correctly interpret the imaging

Imaging pediatric stroke 

M. Argyropoulou Ioannina/ GR

  • To acquire knowledge about the main etiologies & clinical presentation
  • To learn about what imaging to use & imaging protocols
  • To become familiar with imaging findings & the underlying pathophysiology

Liver tumours in children

S. Franchi-Abella Paris/ FR

  • To become familiar with the most frequent paediatric liver tumours according to the age
  • To understand the diagnostic workup
  • To learn about their management
14:30-15:00 Q&A
15:00-15:30 BREAK



Inner ear anatomy and malformations: a beginner’s guide

F. D’Arco London /UK

  • To become familiar with the cross-sectional CT and MRI anatomy of the inner ear
  • To become familiar with a simple classification of inner ear malformations
  • To learn specific radiological phenotypes that can guide genetic or syndromic diagnosis.
16:10 – 16:30

Developing communication between parents and children in Paediatric  Radiology

K. Rosendahl, Tromso/ NO


Imaging pediatric encephalitis 

M.  Argyropoulou, Ioannina/GR

  • To acquire knowledge about the main etiologies & pathophysiology of pediatric encephalitis
  • To learn about the diagnostic imaging workup
  • To be able to recognize imaging findings related to the underlying cause

Biliary disorders in children

S. Franchi-Abella Paris /FR

  • To learn about the most important biliary disorders in infancy and childhood
  • To know about their typical imaging features
  • To understand their management
17:50-18:30 Q&A


On-Demand availability

You will find the on-demand recording of this course in the "My Courses" section of your ESR Connect account. The recording will be available until December 31, 2023. 

How to collect CME credits

A CME certificate will be issued automatically if the following criteria are met: 

- You need to attend the course online via live stream in full length.

- You have to complete the electronic evaluation questionnaire. To do so, please click the “Course Evaluation” button displayed on the right column of the course page or go to the section “My Evaluation” of your ESR Connect account.

Evaluation is open from October 11, 18:00 CET until Ocotber 18, 23:59 CET and CME certificates can be downloaded in your ESR Connect user area under 'My Certificates'.