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Satellite Symposia

From March 1 to 3, 2017
Our ECR 2017's Satellite Symposia offer you a variety of topics, focusing on Breast MRI and Gadolinium deposits. We cordially invite you to our Lunch Symposia.

No registration required!

Program

Wednesday March 1: 10:30-12:00
Breast MRI: Current Challenges and New Trends

Location: Studio 2017
Chair: J. Barkhausen, Lübeck/DE

  1. Preoperative breast MRI: A First results from the MIPA study
    F. Sardanelli, Milan/IT
  2. A First clinical experiences with a new 7ch breast imaging and biopsy coil
    E. Wenkel, Erlangen/DE
  3. Gadolinium retention: Impact on breast MRI?
    J. Barkhausen, Lübeck/DE

Wednesday March 1: 12:15-13:45
Dense Breast and How to Overcome the Radiologist’s “Problem Child”

Location: Studio 2017
Chair: L. J. P. Insausti, Pamplona/ SP

  1. Dense breast and how to overcome the radiologist’s “problem child”
    L. J. P. Insausti, Pamplona/ ES
  2. Volumetric breast density analysis in mammography and tomosynthesis: brief overview
    H. Sartor, Malmö/ SE
  3. Current role of MRI in imaging of dense breast tissue
    C. van Gils, Utrecht/ NL
  4. The future of breast cancer screening: where can it help the dense breast?
    M. Golatta, Heidelberg/ DE

Thursday March 2: 12:30-13:30
Update and Understanding on Gadolinium Presence

Location: F1
Chair: V. M. Runge, Bern / CH

  1. What do we know from the clinical research?
    C. Quattrocchi, Rome/ IT
  2. Gd deposits in preclinical perspective
    H. Pietsch, Berlin /DE

Thursday March 2: 12:30-13:30
A Dose of Reality: The Need for Active CT Dose Management

Location: M2
Chair: K. Strasdas, Bayer Reprensentative

  1. A dose of reality: the need for active CT dose management
    R. Smith-Bindman, San Francisco/ US

Friday March 3: 12:30-13:30
Clear Direction in CT. Improved Efficiency for Better Patient Care

Location: E1
Chair:  J. Wildberger, Maastricht/NL

  1. Obtaining the optimal CT image the first time, every time: how to do it?
    J. Wildberger, Maastricht/NL
  2. Lecture 2
    N.N.

Friday March 3: 12:30-13:30
Contrast Enhancement in MRI Clinical Practice: How and Why?

Location: M1
Chair: I. Tyurin, Moscow/ RU

  1. Highlights on contrast application in CNS
    A. Tsoriec, Yekaterinburg/ RU
  2. Ce MRI of prostate: why I do it
    A. Mishchenko, Saint Petersburg/ RU
  3. Avoiding pitfalls in the interpretation of enhanced MR liver imaging with Gadoxetic Acid
    G. Brancatelli, Palermo/ IT

 

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Do not use this site to report unexpected adverse events. Instead, use the current procedure in force in your country.