This course is aimed at last-year residents, general radiologists as well as neuroradiologists and intends to offer practical insights into head and neck challenging problems encountered in every-day practice.
Hence, it focuses on clinical queries, like "the neck mass in a paediatric or adult patient" or the "long standing unilateral nasal obstruction", as it happens in real-life. These and other challenging questions will be addressed by clear and practical problem-solving approaches. In particular, special consideration will be given to two strategies: how to handle a specific challenge via key anatomy findings and imaging features, and how to build up a report with a checklist suggested by experts. During these one and a half days a unique group of faculty members, well known for their experience in head and neck imaging will offer top quality lectures and case-based interactive panel discussions in small groups.
ESR members in training
Late fee EUR 200
Non-members in training
Late fee EUR 300
Late fee EUR 300
Late fee EUR 400
- to understand the indications, limitations and comparative values of each of the cross-sectional imaging modalities in challenging clinical queries
- to provide the rationale of reporting on the basis of a checklist
- to become familiar with current treatment options in head and neck lesions
- to understand how imaging information impacts treatment choice, planning, and stratification
T. Beale, London/UK; J. Bladowska, Wroclaw/PL; A. Borges, Lisbon/PT; E.E. Deurloo, Amsterdam/NL; D. Farina, Brescia/IT; R. Maroldi, Brescia/IT; B. Schuknecht, Zurich/CH; A. Trojanowska, Lublin/PL; B. Verbist, Leiden/NL