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SGR-SSR Official Training and Continuing Education Course

SGR-SSR

Official Training & Continuing Education Course

Things that we all hate to do and like to pass on to our colleagues …and why our colleagues “love” us for this!

Saturday, June 26, 2021

Date: Saturday, June 26, 2021

Time: 08:00-14:15

Venue: Congress Center Davos

Registration will open in February 2021!

The Course is included in all 3-day congress tickets (SGR-SSR, SGNM-SSMN, SVMTRA-ASTRM, Allied societies congress tickets).

You can also register for the course separately.

Attendance to all the sessions is mandatory to receive the certificate of attendance.

Staff members will be present at the entrance of the room to scan participants.

Every participant must be scanned at the beginning of each session.

The Official Training and Continuing Education Course is accredited by the SGR-SSR with 8 CME points (Category 1).

 

Programme

08:00-09:15

Session 1

Musculoskeletal

Moderator:  A. Falkowski, Basel/CH

Hypointense tumor in the fore foot – is this always a Morton neuroma?
M. Zanetti, Zurich/CH

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Time:
08:00-08:25

Speaker:
M. Zanetti , Zurich/CH

Learning objectives:

  1. To learn about mimickers of Morton neuroma in the fore foot
  2. To know when we need more than a standard MRI for fore foot abnormalities

Again and again… the Spring Ligament Complex…
C. A. Agten, Nottingham/UK

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Time:
08:25-08:50

Speaker:
C. A. Agten, Nottingham/UK

Learning objectives:

  1. To learn the anatomy of the ligaments using a real MRI data set
  2. To recognize spring ligament injuries and associated injuries of the collateral ligaments

When is a biceps pulley lesion really a biceps pulley lesion?
U. Grosse, Frauenfeld/CH

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Time:
08:50-09:15

Speaker:
U. Grosse, Frauenfeld/CH

Learning objectives:

  1. To learn the normal anatomy and variants using a real MRI data set
  2. To learn what is normal and what is abnormal

09:30-10:45

Session 2

Neuroradiology

Moderator:  C. Stippich, Zurich/CH

Not again – A post-operative brain: What is it all about?
M.I. Vargas, Geneva/CH

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Time:
09:30-09:55

Speaker:
M.I. Vargas, Geneva/CH

Learning objectives:

  1. To learn when to do post-operative MRI
  2. To understand „what is all that stuff on the image?“

I am not sure – Is it tumor recurrence or just radionecrosis?
I. Barnaure, Aarau/CH

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Time:
09:55-10:20

Speaker:
I. Barnaure, Aarau/CH

Learning objectives:

  1. To learn how to detect recurrence
  2. To understand if MR is enough

Dementia protocols – A booklet to make it easy!
R. Wiest, Bern/CH

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Time:
10:20-10:45

Speaker:
R. Wiest, Bern/CH

Learning objectives:

  1. To understand the differences between a normal old brain and beginning dementia
  2. To learn about the right imaging protocol

12:00-12:50
(Time TBC)

Session 3

Head&Neck/Paediatric

Moderator:  J. Geiger, Zurich/CH

Lumps and bumps in the head and neck region – part I: Children
R. Wolf, Fribourg/CH

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Time:
12:00-12:25

Speaker:
R. Wolf, Fribourg/CH

Learning objectives:

  1. To get an idea of the most common causes for neck swellings in children, their imaging features and differential diagnoses
  2. To learn in which pathologies to perform CT/MRI in addition to sonography

Lumps and bumps in the head and neck region – part II: Adults
D. Tshering Vogel, Bern/CH

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Time:
12:25-12:50

Speaker:
D. Tshering Vogel, Bern/CH

Learning objectives:

  1. To get an idea of the various causes of neck swellings in adults, with their imaging features and differential diagnoses
  2. To learn the key points for staging head and neck cancers

13:00-14:15
(Time TBC)

Session 4

Bowel imaging

Moderator:  A. Platon, Geneva/CH

Intestinal anastomosis: A leak or not a leak? That is the question!
D. Tolan, Leeds/UK

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Time:
13:00-13:25

Speaker:
D. Tolan, Leeds/UK

Learning objectives:

  1. To recognise the range of expected features that are present in the post-operative abdomen and understand which signs can be used to detect an anastomotic leak
  2. To understand the value of positive luminal contrast in the detection of anastomotic leaks

MR-Defecography: From basics to expert level in 20 minutes
C. Reiner, Zurich/CH

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Time:
13:25-13:50

Speaker:
C. Reiner, Zurich/CH

Learning objectives:

  1. To discuss the imaging technique and its difficulties
  2. To recognise normal and common pathological findings

Internal abdominal hernias: All you need to know
E. Merkle, Basel/CH

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Time:
13:50-14:15

Speaker:
E. Merkle, Basel/CH

Learning objectives:

  1. To discuss the different types of internal hernias as seen on multidetector CT in close relationship with the anatomical background
  2. To explain typical CT features of internal abdominal hernias and to learn when immediate surgery is indicated

Questions?