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ECR Online    |    ECR 2018
ECR Online

Watch more than 3,000 lectures from ECR 2017 completely free of charge! Whatever your role in medical imaging is, we’ve got you covered. You will find a huge range of topics, suiting every in interest and level of knowledge!
Just go to ecronline.myESR.org and register free of charge!

ECR 2018

The ESR is already preparing for its next annual meeting, which will be celebrated from February 28 to March 4, 2018 in Vienna! Get more information about the timeline for ECR 2018 here!
ESR Membership    |    In Memoriam    |     EuroSafe Imaging
ESR Membership

Become a member of the ESR before August 31, 2017 and benefit from reduced ECR 2018 fees! Find out more about membership application here

In Memoriam

The ESR Board of Directors and the entire ESR Staff are deeply saddened by the passing of Prof. Helen Carty and Dr. Richard Baron earlier this month. Both will be dearly missed. 

EuroSafe Imaging

Ask EuroSafe Imaging is an initiative aimed at improving information for professionals and patients through concise learning material (Tips & Tricks and FAQs). The newest Tips & Tricks focus on Spectral shaping by tin prefiltration and Dose management in digital radiography.
Learn more about CT, interventional radiology and paediatric imaging by checking the material out here!
Education on Demand    |    ESOR Courses and Activities    |    EDiR
Education on Demand

Free access for ESR members to ESOR & ESOR for EDiR courses, quiz cases, self-assessment test and much more on our e-Learning platform! Find out more here!

ESOR Courses and Activities

ESOR GALEN Advanced Course on Advances in Clinical CT, September 8 – 9, 2017 (Zurich, Switzerland)
This intense, one and a half day course addresses current advances, applied innovations and practices in CT imaging of the whole body. Find out more about this course, aimed at senior residents, board-certified radiologists and fellows, as well as practising radiologists here!

ESOR GALEN Advanced Course on Cardio-Thoracic Cross-Sectional Imaging, September 28 – 29, 2017 (Heidelberg, Germany)
This course, aimed at senior residents and recently board-certified radiologists, focuses on advanced application of CT and MR in chest and cardiac imaging. Check out the full programme and information about registration here!

Other ESOR activities May & June
ESOR Tutorial in Astana (Kazakhstan), Visiting Professorship Programme in Tashkent (Uzbekistan) & Joint CIR-ESR/ESOR Course in Cancún (Mexico)


The upcoming EDiR exams will be taking place on:
September, 11 in Linköping (Sweden) during Röntgenveckan 2017
November, 11 in Istanbul (Turkey)
December, 4 in Paris (France)
Application is still possible via the EBR website (examination places are limited).
Pelvic Floor Dysfunction    |    The Hippocampus    |    Branch-Duct Intraductal Papillary Mucinous Neoplasms    |    Prostate Cancer    |    Hepatocellular Carcinoma
Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

The objective of this paper is to establish guidelines for MR imaging and reporting of pelvic floor dysfunction (PFD). Read more here. (Eur Radiol.)

The Hippocampus

This pictorial essay reviews the normal anatomy of the hippocampus, discusses the optimal imaging strategy for its evaluation and presents an overview of the anatomic variants and pathologic conditions affecting it. Find out more here. (Insights Imaging)

Branch-Duct Intraductal Papillary Mucinous Neoplasms

What are the results of the 5-year-evaluation period of patients with branch-duct intraductal papillary mucinous neoplasms (BD-IPMNs) without worrisome features (WF) and high-risk stigmata (HRS) undergoing non-operative management? Find them out here. (Am. J. Gastroenterol.)

Prostate Cancer

The goal of this article was to analyse the incremental value of preoperative MRI, in addition to clinical variables and clinically-derived nomograms, in predicting the results of radical prostatectomy (RP). Read the full report here! (Eur Urol.)

Hepatocellular Carcinoma

This study compares the advantages of MRI surveillance compared to ultrasonographic screening in a high-risk group of patients with cirrhosis without prior Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC). Find out about the outcomes here. (JAMA Oncol)
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