ECR 2018 TOPIC PACKAGE

Paediatrics: from basic to advanced imaging

  • 9 LECTURES
  • 228 MINUTES
  • 9 SPEAKERS
  • ESR MEMBERS €9
  • NON-MEMBERS €19

Learning Objectives

A. Paediatric neuro imaging

(M. Argyropoulou)
 
  1. To describe the normal development of the brain.
  2. To explain the most common congenital disorders of the brain.
  3. To understand the most common brain tumours in children and adolescents.
 

B. Paediatric chest imaging

(C. Owens)
 
  1. To describe the normal development of the lung and mediastinum.
  2. To explain imaging features of congenital disorders of the lung and mediastinum.
  3. To understand the imaging manifestations of respiratory distress and bronchopulmonary dysplasia in infants.
  4. To describe the most common tumours of the chest in children.
 

C. Paediatric abdominal imaging

(S. G. F. Robben)
 
  1. To understand the imaging features of congenital disorders of the abdomen.
  2. To describe the diagnostic evaluation and imaging presentation of appendicitis in children.
  3. To describe the diagnostic evaluation and imaging presentation of volvulus and intussusception in children.
  4. To understand the imaging presentation of the most common oncologic disorders of the abdomen in children.
 

A. How to distinguish normal variants from pathology on musculoskeletal MRI in children

(D. Avenarius)
 
  1. To discuss MRI protocols for MSK-imaging in children.
  2. To give an overview of normal development and variations in MR anatomy and signal patterns.
  3. To provide an understanding of features indicative of pathology.
 

B. MRI of the temporomandibular joints: findings that can mimic arthritis

(T. von Kalle)
 
  1. To discuss MRI protocols for imaging of the temporomandibular joints (TMJ).
  2. To give an overview of MR imaging finding in arthritis of the TMJ.
  3. To highlight the major differential diagnoses of TMJ arthritis and its MR imaging characteristics.
 

C. Skeletal trauma in children

(I. Barber)
 
  1. To become familiar with the types of injuries seen in children.
  2. To understand the basic mechanisms.
  3. To learn about the diagnostic imaging approach.
 

A. Imaging myelin maturation disorders

(N. Wolf)
 
  1. To learn about normal and pathological patterns of myelination.
  2. To understand the role of imaging with respect to narrowing the differential diagnosis and supporting the clinical diagnosis.
  3. To appreciate the importance of pattern recognition for the diagnosis of myelination disorders in children.
 

B. Imaging of developmental disorders

(B. Ertl-Wagner)
 
  1. To learn about the spectrum of developmental disorders of the brain.
  2. To understand the key imaging features that lead to the correct diagnosis.
  3. To appreciate the importance of making a correct imaging diagnosis.
 

C. Imaging in paediatric neuro-oncology

(E. Vázquez)
 
  1. To learn about the spectrum of neuro-oncological diseases in children.
  2. To understand the role of imaging beyond the diagnostic process.
  3. To appreciate the increasing clinical relevance of advanced imaging techniques in paediatric neuro-oncology.

Upcoming Live Events on ESR Connect

The one where we tackle fibrosis
AI-Use Cases / Reasons to do AI with Friends - Episode 2

The one where we tackle fibrosis

January 22, 2020 | 19:30 CET
The one with the six pack
AI-Use Cases / Reasons to do AI with Friends - Episode 3

The one with the six pack

January 29, 2020 | 19:30 CET
The one that might be renal cancer
AI-Use Cases / Reasons to do AI with Friends - Episode 4

The one that might be renal cancer

February 5, 2020 | 19:30 CET