21:56Stuart A. Taylor, London / UK
1. To appreciate the embryological development of the small bowel.
2. To learn about the anatomy of the small bowel relevant to radiological imaging.
3. To understand the pitfalls of the normal small bowel appearance during imaging interpretation.
35:54Andras Palko, Szeged / HU
1. To review the normal anatomy of the anorectum.
2. To learn how well depicted the different anatomical landmarks of the anorectum are with different available imaging methods.
3. To discuss the clinical scenarios for which it is necessary to be aware of the anatomy of the anorectum.
21:23Panos K. Prassopoulos, Thessaloniki / GR
1. To review the radiologic anatomy of peritoneal ligaments, mesenteries, and omenta on cross-sectional imaging.
2. To describe the most clinically important peritoneal compartments and fluid collections.
3. To discuss the key role of anatomy in the dissemination of malignancies or the restriction of inflammatory processes in the abdomen.