Research Presentation Sessions: Chest

The evolution of COVID imaging

Lectures

1
Introduction by the moderator - Eva Kocova, Hradec Kralove / CZ

Introduction by the moderator - Eva Kocova, Hradec Kralove / CZ

02:00

2
Long-term follow-up of pulmonary arterial circulation after hospitalisation for SARS-CoV-2 pneumonia: dual-energy CT angiographic study in 79 patients - Martine Rémy-Jardin, Lille / FR

Long-term follow-up of pulmonary arterial circulation after hospitalisation for SARS-CoV-2 pneumonia: dual-energy CT angiographic study in 79 patients - Martine Rémy-Jardin, Lille / FR

08:00

3
The impact of vaccination on the severity of COVID-19 pneumonia: effectiveness of mRNA and adenovirus vector vaccines and comparison between vaccinated and unvaccinated patients - Simone Vicini, Sora / IT

The impact of vaccination on the severity of COVID-19 pneumonia: effectiveness of mRNA and adenovirus vector vaccines and comparison between vaccinated and unvaccinated patients - Simone Vicini, Sora / IT

08:00

4
Does submillisievert chest CT imaging impair diagnostic value in patients with suspected SARS-CoV-2 infection - Hans-Martin Thieß, Berlin / DE

Does submillisievert chest CT imaging impair diagnostic value in patients with suspected SARS-CoV-2 infection - Hans-Martin Thieß, Berlin / DE

08:00

5
Possible alterations of imaging patterns in computed tomography for Delta-VOC of SARS-CoV-2 - Can Yueksel, Aachen / DE

Possible alterations of imaging patterns in computed tomography for Delta-VOC of SARS-CoV-2 - Can Yueksel, Aachen / DE

08:00

6
Impact of vaccination on COVID-related pneumonia: use of

Impact of vaccination on COVID-related pneumonia: use of "CT severity score" in vaccinated and non-vaccinated patients during SARS-CoV-2 infection - Giorgio Maria Masci, Rome / IT

08:00

7
Diagnostic performance in differentiating COVID-19 from other viral pneumonias on CT imaging: multi-reader analysis compared with an artificial intelligence model - Francesco Rizzetto, Rho / IT

Diagnostic performance in differentiating COVID-19 from other viral pneumonias on CT imaging: multi-reader analysis compared with an artificial intelligence model - Francesco Rizzetto, Rho / IT

08:00

8
A combined risk model using imaging and clinical parameters in COVID-19 patients from a nationwide German cohort to predict disease progression - Rebecca Armbruster, Frankfurt / DE

A combined risk model using imaging and clinical parameters in COVID-19 patients from a nationwide German cohort to predict disease progression - Rebecca Armbruster, Frankfurt / DE

08:00

9
Risk stratification of hospitalised patients with COVID-19 pneumonia by chest radiograph scoring in a tertiary hospital in Johannesburg, South Africa - Hendrik Labuschagne, Johannesburg / ZA

Risk stratification of hospitalised patients with COVID-19 pneumonia by chest radiograph scoring in a tertiary hospital in Johannesburg, South Africa - Hendrik Labuschagne, Johannesburg / ZA

08:00

10
Chest CT characteristics are strongly predictive of mortality in patients with COVID-19 pneumonia: a multicentric cohort study - Damien Geindreau, London / UK

Chest CT characteristics are strongly predictive of mortality in patients with COVID-19 pneumonia: a multicentric cohort study - Damien Geindreau, London / UK

08:00

11
Text mining of radiology reports to calculate

Text mining of radiology reports to calculate "number needed to image" for the detection of pulmonary infection shows seasonality and real-time course of the COVID-19 pandemic - Tobias Heye, Basel / CH

08:00

12
Q&A - Tobias Heye, Basel / CH, Martine Rémy-Jardin, Lille / FR, Simone Vicini, Sora / IT, Hans-Martin Thieß, Berlin / DE, Can Yueksel, Aachen / DE, Giorgio Maria Masci, Rome / IT, Francesco Rizzetto, Rho / IT, Rebecca Armbruster, Frankfurt / DE, Hendrik Labuschagne, Johannesburg / ZA, Damien Geindreau, London / UK

Q&A - Tobias Heye, Basel / CH, Martine Rémy-Jardin, Lille / FR, Simone Vicini, Sora / IT, Hans-Martin Thieß, Berlin / DE, Can Yueksel, Aachen / DE, Giorgio Maria Masci, Rome / IT, Francesco Rizzetto, Rho / IT, Rebecca Armbruster, Frankfurt / DE, Hendrik Labuschagne, Johannesburg / ZA, Damien Geindreau, London / UK

10:00