Structured reporting: how to provide the key information - application to thoracic imaging - ESR Connect

COFFEE & TALK SESSION

C 19 - Structured reporting: how to provide the key information - application to thoracic imaging

  • 3 Lectures
  • 60 Minutes
  • 3 Speakers

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Lectures

1
C 19_1 - Pulmonary embolism

C 19_1 - Pulmonary embolism

18:51Galit Aviram, Tel Aviv / IL

Learning Objectives
1. To learn how to comment on the quality of computed tomography angiography (CTA).
2. To be able to indicate the level of arterial obstruction.
3. To learn how to report signs of pulmonary embolism severity.

2
C 19_2 - Pulmonary nodules in lung cancer screening

C 19_2 - Pulmonary nodules in lung cancer screening

14:52Mario Silva, Parma / IT

Learning Objectives
1. To learn about which nodule characteristics to report.
2. To be informed of which extranodular findings to report.
3. To understand the importance of mentioning guidelines for management.

3
C 19_3 - Diffuse parenchymal lung disease

C 19_3 - Diffuse parenchymal lung disease

18:44Helmut Prosch, Vienna / AT

Learning Objectives
1. To become familiar with the pivotal patterns.
2. To learn how to assess change in surveillance or therapy response.
3. To consolidate knowledge about quantitative imaging biomarkers.

Cardiovascular / Chest

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  • NON MEMBERS €79