The enormously popular ‘Coffee & Talk (open forum)’ is back at ECR 2020; a highly interactive session format with a lot of time for discussion and the possibility to enjoy a coffee or tea. In a relaxed atmosphere, delegates discuss topics such as radiation protection, quality and safety in imaging, imaging biobanks, support in imaging research, tips & tricks for manuscript submission and many more.
Transatlantic Course of the ESR and RSNA on stroke imaging
Experience a clear vision of artificial intelligence (AI) in radiology at ECR 2020. From the informative courses dedicated to European Excellence in Education (E³), to the New Horizons, Coffee & Talk and AIX Theatre sessions, you can expect a thorough exploration of the foundations of the field as well as fascinating insights into the latest AI discoveries in radiology.
The GLINT Project: New Insights into GlucoCEST MRI
The GlucoCEST Imaging in Neoplastic Tumours (GLINT) project led by Prof. Xavier Golay from UCL (London/UK) and supported by EIBIR concluded in December 2019. GLINT has significantly contributed to the development of novel, non-invasive CEST-based procedures for cancer imaging. Find out about the results of this ambitious project in the project newsletter and on its website.
EURORAD Teaching Case of the month
A 16-year-old male patient presented with headache and blurring of vision since few months. On examination the patient was afebrile. There was raised cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) pressure with normal CSF analysis.
This month we are featuring a self-assessment on “Endometriosis”, which covers the clinical presentation, anatomy, and some cases of endometriosis. Self-assessments offer a great opportunity to test your knowledge on a number of topics where you will immediately receive an explanation for each question after completing the test.
SRIHER as first Indian institution awarded ETAP Silver Certification of Excellence
The European Board of Radiology is proud to announce that the Radiology Department of Sri Ramachandra Institution of Higher Education and Research (SRIHER) in Chennai, India was awarded the Silver Certification of Excellence in Radiology Education by the European Training Assessment Programme - ETAP 2.0. SRIHER is the first medical institution in Asia and the fifth in the world to be awarded this certificate.
This comprehensive review summarises the current cancer immunotherapy approaches, the imaging manifestations of patterns of disease response and complications, as well as the immune-related response evaluation criteria. (Eur Radiol Exp)
CT/MRI findings in gynaecologic emergencies
These reviews illustrate the cross-sectional imaging appearances of the wide spectrum of acute gynaecologic disorders, enabling the radiologist to accurately diagnose and differentiate uterine, ovarian and pelvic inflammatory diseases from acute gastrointestinal and urologic disorders. Read more here and here. (Insights Imaging)
With shortages of radiologists worldwide, the impact it is having is much more pronounced in developing countries. In countries like Uganda, new artificial intelligence technologies have the potential to fill these gaps and assist radiologists in much needed areas like image interpretation and work requiring ultrasound.
Ultrasound in ulcerative colitis treatment monitoring
This large, prospective, multi-centre study in patients with ulcerative colitis (UC) provides data to support that intestinal ultrasound has the potential to be used in everyday clinical practice for monitoring the course of UC disease and for assessing short-term treatment response. (Gut)
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