ESR meets Ukraine

Meets 19 - Practicing a multidisciplinary approach in Ukrainian radiology

July 16, 12:30 - 13:30 CEST

Meets 19-3
2 min
Welcome by the ESR president
Regina G.H. Beets-Tan, Amsterdam / Netherlands
Meets 19-4
7 min
Introduction: Ukrainian radiologists on the way to new achievements as part of multidisciplinary teams
Tetyana Yalynska, Kiev / Ukraine
1. To provide an overview of the current situation in radiology in different regions of Ukraine.
2. To introduce the contribution of Ukrainian radiologists to the development of imaging technologies in Ukraine.
3. To demonstrate how Ukrainian radiologists introduce new possibilities of radiology to doctors of other specialties.
4. To display the main areas of work within the Association of Radiologists of Ukraine, including multidisciplinary and multimodality trends in radiology.
5. To share examples of cooperation between radiologists and other medical professionals.
Meets 19-5
15 min
Radiogenomics of the renal cell carcinoma: a multidisciplinary approach
Yulian Mytsyk, Lviv / Ukraine
1. To demonstrate the trends towards a multidisciplinary and personalised approach to the management of renal cell carcinoma.
2. To explain "radiogenomics", what it is and what its potential clinical applications are.
3. To demonstrate the current trends in radiogenomics of renal cell carcinoma.
Meets 19-6
15 min
Multiparametric ultrasound diagnostic (mp-US) of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) and ist complications
Oleh Dynnyk, Kiev / Ukraine
1. To describe the general concept of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) as an endocrinological problem, as well as the multiaetiological, multidisciplinary, and multi-complication outcomes.
2. To demonstrate the wide spectrum of qualitative and quantitative parameters of US data, including multiparametric ultrasound diagnostic (mp-US).
3. To demonstrate the advantages and disadvantages of mp-US for NAFLD management.
4. To list the advantages of mp-US and multi-organ imaging in the detection of oncological, cardiovascular, cerebrovascular, and digestive complications of NAFLD.
Meets 19-7
15 min
Additive value of hybrid imaging in the multidisciplinary team management of oncologic patients
Mykola Novikov, Kiev / Ukraine
1. To discuss the role of hybrid imaging in important scenarios and timepoints of the multidisciplinary team's management of oncologic patients, including differential diagnosis and biopsy site choice, staging, treatment planning (particularly for radiotherapy planning), and therapy response assessment and prognostication.
Meets 19-8
6 min
Panel discussion: How do the advances in radiology affect the personification of medical care?

CME Information

This session is accredited with 1 CME credit.