- 12 LECTURES
- 335 MINUTES
- 12 SPEAKERS
- ESR MEMBERS Free
- NON-MEMBERS Free
- To understand the concept of neck spaces and their boundaries.
- To review the content of each space with emphasis on differential diagnosis.
- To become familiar with pathological findings typical for each space.
- To know which technique is best suited to visualise specific anatomical structures of the temporal bone.
- To recognise the clinically most important anatomical structures of the middle and inner ear.
- To learn how the anatomical structures of the temporal bone look like in the transverse, coronal and double oblique plane.
- To understand the anatomy and signals of the cartilage framework of the larynx.
- To learn the surgical subdivision of the paraglottic space of the larynx into key compartments.
- To learn the anatomy and signals of the muscles within the larynx.
- To review the mediastinal anatomy according to old and new classifications.
- To recap signs useful in localising and characterising mediastinal lesions.
- To know how to choose the most appropriate imaging modality to explore the mediastinum according to the diagnostic question.
- To know how to interpret mediastinal lines and contours in chest radiography.
- To get familiar with "signs" in chest radiography helpful for diagnosis.
- To know the normal appearance of lung parenchyma on CT and to use the anatomy of the secondary lobule for analysis of chest diseases.
- To learn peculiarities of coronary arteries anatomy with specific referral to its implications on myocardial physiology.
- To review anatomic features of pulmonary arteries and thoracic aorta.
- To examine patterns and variants of the venous drainage of both the pulmonary and caval system.
- To appreciate the embryological development of the small bowel.
- To learn about the anatomy of the small bowel relevant to radiological imaging.
- To understand the pitfalls of the normal small bowel appearance during imaging interpretation.
- To review the normal anatomy of the anorectum.
- To learn how well depicted the different anatomical landmarks of the anorectum are with different available imaging methods.
- To discuss the clinical scenarios for which it is necessary to be aware of the anatomy of the anorectum.
Peritoneum and mesentery
- To review the radiologic anatomy of peritoneal ligaments, mesenteries and omenta on cross-sectional imaging.
- To describe the most clinically important peritoneal compartments and fluid collections.
- To discuss the key role of anatomy in the dissemination of malignancies, or the restriction of inflammatory processes in the abdomen.
The medial and lateral epicondyle
- To explain the anatomic considerations and pathophysiology of abnormalities that involve the medial and lateral epicondyles of the humerus.
- To describe the imaging findings of abnormalities that involve the medial and lateral epicondyles of the humerus.
Biceps and triceps
- To explain the anatomic considerations and pathophysiology of abnormalities that involve the biceps and triceps brachii.
- To describe the imaging findings of abnormalities that involves the biceps and triceps brachii.
Plica and cartilage
- To explain the anatomic considerations and pathophysiology of abnormalities that involve the elbow plicae and articular cartilage.
- To describe the imaging findings of abnormalities that involve the elbow plicae and articular cartilage.