POSTGRADUATE EDUCATION

The abused child: the key role of imaging

July 18, 14:30 - 15:30 CEST

SF 13-1
14:30
Introduction by the moderator
Karl J. Johnson, Birmingham / UK
SF 13-2
14:35
Skeletal injury: should we use radiography or CT?
Rick R. van Rijn, Amsterdam / NL
Learning Objectives
1. To learn about usual aspects of skeletal injury in non-accidental trauma.
2. To learn about appropriate workup and existing guidelines.
3. To discuss respective indications for radiography and CT.
SF 13-3
14:45
Head injury CT and/or MRI?
Arabinda Choudhary, Little Rock, AR / US
Learning Objectives
1. To learn about usual aspects of abusive head injury.
2. To learn about appropriate workup and existing guidelines.
3. To discuss respective indications for CT and MRI.
SF 13-4
14:55
Inflicted abdominal injury
Maria Raissaki, Iraklion / GR
Learning Objectives
1. To learn about typical imaging findings in abdominal trauma.
2. To learn about appropriate radiology workup in suspected inflicted abdominal injuries.
3. To discuss indications for imaging.
SF 13-5
15:05
Testimony in court
Amaka C. Offiah, Sheffield / UK
Learning Objectives
1. To learn about the paediatric radiologist as a medico-legal expert.
2. To describe the role of the paediatric radiologist as part of the multidisciplinary team in suspected child abuse.
3. To learn about the role and the challenges for the paediatric radiologist during testimony in court.
SF 13-6
15:15
Live Q&A: Imaging in non-accidental injury: the role of the paediatric radiologist

Categories and Tags

  • LEVEL I+II
  • Main

Moderators

Presenter

Karl J. Johnson

Birmingham, United Kingdom