Level II → Paediatric Radiology

ESOR for EDiR Webinars: Paediatric Radiology (part 1) - 2014 (free / no CME) (F-279A)


Description

Video-based course (recorded 2014)

"Basics of CNS imaging in childhood"
Speaker: Maria Argyropoulou (Ioannina, Greece)
Learning objectives:
• to learn which imaging technique to use: US, MRI or US+MRI
• to become familiar with age related normal appearances of the paediatric brain
• to be able to identify the most common congenital malformations of the brain and the spinal cord

"Urinary tract: how imaging answers to the most common questions"
Speaker: Fred Avni (Brussels, Belgium)
Learning objectives:
• to learn about imaging protocols and how best to use contrast media
• to be able to recognise the most frequent congenital malformations
• to gain an understanding in diagnostic imaging approach of the urinary tract infection

"The digestive tract: imaging in the most common abnormalities"
Speaker: Maria Argyropoulou (Ioannina, Greece)
Learning objectives:
• to learn about the current role of conventional contrast media enemas in the era of MRI
• to become familiar with the most common congenital malformations of the digestive tract
• to be informed about possible applications of MR enterography

"The solid organs of the upper abdomen: normal appearances and pathology"
Speaker: Fred Avni (Brussels, Belgium)
Learning objectives:
• to learn about imaging protocols
• to be able to recognise normal appearance on different imaging modalities
• to become familiar with the most common diseases

Content
  • Basics of CNS imaging in childhood
  • Introduction Video
  • Video
  • Literature
  • Test
  • Supplementary Material
  • Urinary tract: how imaging answers to the most common questions
  • Introduction Video
  • Video
  • Test
  • The digestive tract: imaging in the most common abnormalities
  • Introduction Video
  • Video
  • Test
  • Supplementary Material
  • The solid organs of the upper abdomen: normal appearances and pathology
  • Introduction Video
  • Video
  • Test
  • Feedback
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed