Hands-on Workshop: Imaging Stroke Patients

HW 3Sa - The imaging dilemma in acute stroke: CT vs MR

February 28, 11:30 - 12:30 CET

Registered participants are requested to arrive at the workshop room 20 minutes before the scheduled start of the session to complete their check-in.

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Please note we will be utilising equipment from certain vendors during the workshop sessions; however, a wide range of alternative options from other vendors is also available.

In this session participants will be able:
1. To become familiar with stroke and therapeutic decisions by investigating the role of MRI and CT in guiding therapeutic decisions related to strokes.
2. To learn about imaging techniques to differentiate stroke mimics from genuine stroke cases.
3. To develop practical skills in identifying stroke mimics by exploring conditions that resemble strokes but have
different underlying causes.
4. To become familiar with identifying stroke mimics by exploring conditions that resemble strokes but have
different underlying causes.
5. To understand the interventional-diagnostic correlation with the aim of a better prognostic outcome.

60 min
Instructors
Jessica Jesser, Heidelberg / Germany
Charlotte S. Weyland, Aachen / Germany

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This workshop will not be streamed, nor will it be available on-demand!