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FINAL PROGRAMME

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08:30 09:00 09:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:15 13:00 13:30 14:00

New Horizons Session E³ - ECR Academy E³ - The Beauty of Basic Knowledge


NH 1 E³ 221 E³ 24A, E³ 25A
Wednesday, March 2

E³ - ECR Academy
E³ 121 Scientific Sessions (200) Clinical Trials in Radiology 1
E³ - ECR Master Class Satellite Symposium Satellite Symposia
E³ 126 SY 1a SY 1b, SY 2, SY 3, SY 4
Refresher Courses (100)
EuroSafe Imaging Session 1

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New Horizons Session E³ - ECR Academies Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen
NH 5 E³ 621, E³ 622 Honorary Lecture
Professional Challenges Session Andrea G. Rockall; UK
PC 5 Joint Course: ESR and RSNA
Thursday, March 3

Special Focus Session MC 628 E³ - The Beauty of Basic Knowledge


SF 5 E³ 24B, E³ 25B
Scientific Sessions (600)
State of the Art Symposium Clinical Trials in Radiology 2
SA 5 E³ - Rising Stars Programme
E³ - ECR Academies Basic Session 2 Satellite Symposia
E³ 522, E³ 521, E³ 519 SY 5, SY 6, SY 7, SY 8, SY 9, SY 10,
E³ - ECR Master Class SY 11, SY 12
E³ 526 RTF Quiz

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Refresher Courses (500)
Joint Course: ESR and RSNA
MC 528
E³ - Rising Stars Programme
Basic Session 1

Professional Challenges Sessions ESR meets the Nordic Countries Josef Lissner
PC 9a, PC 9b Honorary Lecture
Special Focus Sessions E³ - ECR Academies Valérie Vilgrain; FR
SF 9a, SF 9b, SF 9c E³ 1022, E³ 1021
E³ - The Beauty of Basic Knowledge
Friday, March 4

E³ - ECR Academies Scientific Sessions (1000)


E³ 922, E³ 921, E³ 920, E³ 919 E³ 24C, E³ 25C
EFOMP Workshop EF 2 MIR @ ECR Session MIR 1
Refresher Courses (900)
E³ - Rising Stars Programme Satellite Symposia
EFOMP Workshop EF 1 Student Session 4 SY 13, SY 14, SY 15, SY 16, SY 17, SY 18,
E³ - Rising Stars Programme SY 19, SY 20
Student Session 3

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Special Focus Sessions ESR meets Japan Sven-Ivar Seldinger
SF 13a, SF 13b, SF 13c, SF 13d Honorary Lecture
E³ - ECR Academies E³ - ECR Academy Staffan Holmin; SE
E³ 1421
Saturday, March 5

E³ 1321, E³ 1318
E³ - European Diploma Prep Session E³ - European Diploma Prep Session E³ - The Beauty of Basic Knowledge
E³ 1323 E³ 1423 E³ 24D, E³ 25D
Refresher Course
Refresher Courses (1300) RC 1405 Junior Image Interpretation Quiz

ESR Patient Advisory Group ESR-PAG 1 Scientific Sessions (1400) EIBIR Session 3

E³ - Rising Stars Programme ESR Patient Advisory Group ESR-PAG 2 Satellite Symposia
Basic Session 4 SY 26, SY 27, SY 28, SY 29, SY 30

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RTF Highlighted Lectures
E³ - Rising Stars Programme
Basic Session 5

Special Focus Sessions ESR meets Colombia E³ - The Beauty of Basic Knowledge
SF 17a, SF 17b E³ 24E, E³ 25E
Professional Challenges Session Professional Challenges Session
PC 17 PC 18 E³ - Rising Stars Programme
Sunday, March 6

State of the Art Symposium E³ - ECR Master Class Case-Based Diagnosis Training
SA 17 E³ 1826
E³ - ECR Academy E³ - European Diploma Prep Session
E³ 1721 E³ 1823
E³ - ECR Master Classes Scientific Sessions (1800)
E³ 1726a, E³ 1726b, E³ 1726c, E³ 1726d
Refresher Courses (1700)

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EIBIR Session 4
Joint Session: ESR and ESHI
E³ - Rising Stars Programme
Basic Session 6

The Voice of EPOS • in the EPOS™ Arena


Wednesday – Saturday: hourly between 09:00 and 17:00 • Sunday: hourly between 09:00 and 13:00

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Scientific Sessions (300) New Horizons Session Opening Ceremony


NH 4

Wednesday, March 2
Satellite Symposium E³ - ECR Academy Presentation of Honorary Members:
SY 1c E³ 419 Ronald L. Arenson; US
E³ - ECR Master Classes Hassen A. Gharbi; TN
E³ 426a, E³ 426b Qiyong Guo; CN
Pros & Cons Session
PS 427
Refresher Courses (400)

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EuroSafe Imaging Session 2
Satellite Symposium
SY 1d

E³ - ECR Academies Professional Challenges Sessions


E³ 721, E³ 722 PC 8a, PC 8b
Special Focus Sessions
Scientific Sessions (700) SF 8a, SF 8b, SF 8c, SF 8d

Thursday, March 3
EIBIR Session 1 Multidisciplinary Session
MS 8
ESOR Session E³ - ECR Academies
Joint Course: ESR and RSNA E³ 822, E³ 821, E³ 819
MC 728 Refresher Courses (800)
E³ - Rising Stars Programme Joint Session:
Student Session 1 American College of Radiology Session

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ESR Working Group on Ultrasound
Joint Course: ESR and RSNA
MC 828
E³ - Rising Stars Programme
Student Session 2

EFRS meets Sweden Professional Challenges Sessions


PC 12a, PC 12b
Image Interpretation Quiz E³ - ECR Academies
MIR @ ECR Session MIR 2 E³ 1221, E³ 1220, E³ 1218

Friday, March 4
E³ - ECR Master Classes
EIBIR Session 2 E³ 1226a, E³ 1226b, E³ 1226c
Joint Session: ESR and ESMRMB Refresher Courses (1200)
Satellite Symposia MIR @ ECR Session MIR 3
SY 21, SY 22, SY 23, SY 24, SY 25
EuroSafe Imaging Session 3

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Joint Session: ESR and EANM
EDiR talk
E³ - Rising Stars Programme
Basic Session 3

Special Focus Session Special Focus Session


SF 15 SF 16
State of the Art Symposium Multidisciplinary Sessions

Saturday, March 5
SA 15 MS 16a, MS 16b
E³ - ECR Academies E³ - ECR Academies
E³ 1521, E³ 1520, E³ 1518 E³ 1621, E³ 1620, E³ 1618
E³ - ECR Master Class E³ - ECR Master Class
E³ 1526 E³ 1626
E³ - European Diploma Prep Session E³ - European Diploma Prep Session
E³ 1523 E³ 1623
Refresher Courses (1500) Refresher Courses (1600)

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Joint Session: ESR and ERS EuroSafe Imaging Session 4
Joint Session: ESR and ESTRO
E³ - Rising Stars Programme
Student Final Session Joint Session:
ESR, EFSUMB and ESPR

E³ - European Diploma Prep Session


E³ 1923
Scientific Sessions (1900)
Sunday, March 6

E³ - Rising Stars Programme


Case-Based Diagnosis Training

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28TH EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RADIOLOGY

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Austria Center Vienna English
Bruno Kreisky Platz 1
1220 Vienna, Austria

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Registration Technical Exhibition
Tuesday, March 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12:00–18:00 EXPO Halls and EXPO Foyer D
Wednesday, March 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 07:00–18:00 Thursday, March 3 to Saturday, March 5. . . 10:00–17:00
Thursday, March 3 to Saturday, March 5. . . 07:30–18:00 Sunday, March 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10:00–14:00
Sunday, March 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 07:30–16:00
First Level (Gallery)
Preview Centre Wednesday, March 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14:00–17:00
Tuesday, March 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12:00–18:00 Thursday, March 3 to Saturday, March 5. . . 10:00–17:00
Wednesday, March 2 to Saturday, March 5. . . 07:30–18:00 Sunday, March 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10:00–16:00
Sunday, March 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 07:30–16:00
Travel Service
EPOS™ – Scientific Exhibition Tuesday, March 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12:00–18:00
Wednesday, March 2 to Saturday, March 5. . 08:00–18:00 Wednesday, March 2 to Saturday, March 5. . . 07:30–18:00
Sunday, March 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 08:00–15:30 Sunday, March 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 07:30–15:00

Press Office & Business Centre


Wednesday, March 2 to Sunday, March 6. . 08:00–18:00

SESSIONS IN JOINT SPONSORSHIP WITH

CIRSE Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiological Society of Europe


EFOMP European Federation of Organisations for Medical Physics
EFRS European Federation of Radiographer Societies
ESCR European Society of Cardiac Radiology
ESER European Society of Emergency Radiology
ESGAR European Society of Gastrointestinal and Abdominal Radiology
ESHNR European Society of Head and Neck Radiology
ESMOFIR European Society of Molecular and Functional Imaging in Radiology
ESNR European Society of Neuroradiology
ESOI European Society of Oncologic Imaging
ESPR European Society of Paediatric Radiology
ESSR European Society of Musculoskeletal Radiology
ESTI European Society of Thoracic Imaging
ESUR European Society of Urogenital Radiology
EUSOBI European Society of Breast Imaging
EuSoMII European Society of Medical Imaging Informatics

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INFORMATION FROM A–Z

TABLE OF
CONTENTS

Forewords Scientific Programme


by the ESR President. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 ESR/EFRS meets Sessions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
by the ECR 2016 Congress President. . . . . . . . . . . . 8 New Horizons Sessions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
State of the Art Symposia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
General Information Special Focus Sessions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
Information from A to Z . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Professional Challenges Sessions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
CME at ECR 2016 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Multidisciplinary Sessions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Headline Sessions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 European Excellence in Education (E3) . . . . . . . . 97
(Junior) Image Interpretation Quizzes. . . . . . . . . . 27 Rising Stars Programme. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
EPOS™ – Scientific Exhibition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 European Diploma Prep Sessions. . . . . . . . . . . 105
Green Meeting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 The Beauty of Basic Knowledge . . . . . . . . . . 107
Free Publications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 ECR Academies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
ECR 2016 welcomes its industry partners. . . . . . 33 ECR Master Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115
ESR Journals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Mini Course . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
Underground Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Pros & Cons Session . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121
The Voice of EPOS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
Floor Plans. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Refresher Courses / Scientific Sessions. . . . . . . 143
Abdominal and Gastrointestinal. . . . . . . . . . . 144
ESR Dignitaries Breast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 146
Honorary Member Ronald L. Arenson. . . . . . . . . 50 Cardiac . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147
Honorary Member Hassen A. Gharbi . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Chest. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148
Honorary Member Qiyong Guo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Computer Applications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150
Gold Medallist Gabriel P. Krestin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Molecular Imaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150
Gold Medallist Claude Manelfe. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Genitourinary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151
Gold Medallist Peter Vock. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Head and Neck . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152
Honorary Lecturer Staffan Holmin . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 Interventional Radiology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153
Honorary Lecturer Andrea G. Rockall . . . . . . . . . . 57 Musculoskeletal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155
Honorary Lecturer Valérie Vilgrain. . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Neuro. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 156
Paediatric. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158
Committees Physics in Radiology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 159
ESR Executive Council . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Radiographers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 160
Congress Committee. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 Vascular . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 162
Programme Planning Committee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 Oncologic Imaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 163
Scientific Subcommittees. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Emergency Radiology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 164
Topic Coordinators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 Joint Sessions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 165

Programme Overviews Industry Programme


Wednesday, March 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 Satellite Symposia. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 177
Thursday, March 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 Industry Workshops. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 181
Friday, March 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
Saturday, March 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Sunday, March 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76

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Forewords

FOREWORD BY THE ESR PRESIDENT

DEAR COLLEAGUES,

It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to the European ties together various previous endeavours in the field of
Congress of Radiology (ECR) 2016. As president of the imaging biomarkers and personalised imaging, including
European Society of Radiology (ESR), it is very satisfying close collaboration with the ESR-EORTC and QIBA™.
to see the culmination of all the hard work and dedication
that has gone into preparing this event, which is always the On a similar note, I am pleased to say that the ESR has
biggest highlight of the society’s year. recently signed a memorandum of understanding with the
Biobanking and BioMolecular resources Research Infra-
The ECR is so much more than a scientific meeting; beyond structure – European Research Infrastructure Consortium
the regular programme that forms its basis, there are an (BBMRI-ERIC) with the aim of raising the profile of imaging
ever-increasing number of special sessions and side events biobanks and ultimately establishing a European imaging
that tie in with the ESR’s ongoing activities. More and more, biobank infrastructure. Endeavours such as this and the
the ECR is becoming not only a marker of the current state EIBALL are vital groundwork for ensuring we can make the
of our discipline, via its scientific content, but also a reflec- most of future developments in medical imaging.
tion of the ESR’s progress, as so many of the achievements
from throughout the prior twelve months are represented The EuroSafe Imaging campaign, the ESR’s own initia-
here in one way or another. Naturally, this congress is not tive to promote quality and safety in medical imaging, will
just where we, as individuals, come to discover the latest also be well represented at the congress. The campaign is
in our field; it is also where we, as a society, celebrate and continually growing in scope and this year that is clearly
look back on the steps we have taken over the last year. reflected in the ECR programme, with not only four ded-
icated EuroSafe Imaging sessions, but six other sessions
Some of our proudest recent moments have come in the and workshops centred on various subjects. One of those
field of research. In particular, the European Institute for topics is clinical decision support (CDS), a major issue on
Biomedical Imaging Research (EIBIR), of which the ESR the ESR’s agenda over the last year, during which we have
is the majority owner, saw remarkable success in 2015. Four launched a CDS platform (the ESR iGuide), as well as our
Horizon 2020 projects benefiting from EIBIR’s proposal own basis patient safety standards and the ESR Clinical
preparation services and expertise had grant agreements Audit Tool. Such services are an important part of the ESR’s
signed, meaning EIBIR is now involved in 25% of all projects strategy going forward, as part of a larger commitment to
funded under the imaging-specific call. Considering the suc- providing professional support for the radiological family.
cess rate for Horizon 2020 proposals has been generally low,
this is a real credit to the expertise we have at our disposal The provision of qualifications is yet another form of sup-
in this arena. This success story will form part of one of port we offer to radiologists, and one of the most notable
the four EIBIR sessions at this congress, and EIBIR will also non-programme aspects of recent ECRs is the hosting
feature in an additional session introducing the European of examinations for the European Diploma in Radiology
Imaging Biomarkers Alliance (EIBALL), a new body that (EDiR). This will be the sixth ECR at which an EDiR exam

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has been held and this year it will serve as a platform for the
introduction of a change in format. The European Board of
Radiology (EBR) has been actively reviewing the examina-
tion process with the aim of making sure the exam remains
as accurate a test of candidates’ ability as possible. The
result of this is that a new ‘skills examination’ will be tested
at ECR 2016, developed from what used to be known as the Prof. Luis Donoso Bach is Director of the
oral part of the exam. I would like to wish everyone taking Diagnostic Imaging Department of the Hospital
the exam, which will include the EDiR’s 1000th candidate, Clínic of the University of Barcelona, Spain.
the very best of luck! He is also the Executive Director of the UDIAT
Diagnostic Centre at the Health Corporation
Another educational service that is fundamentally tied in Parc Taulí.
with the ECR is the Electronic Poster Online System, better
known to most of us as EPOS™. The online database serves
as a learning resource all year round, but the posters it programme will match the recent standard and see just as
contains are of course all submitted for the congress. This broad a range of the radiological family joining us in Vienna.
year, EPOS has a new side to it, as submitters have been
able to apply to present their posters in person, under the Finally, I would like to express my thanks to Prof. Katrine
heading The Voice of EPOS. I hope many of you will take the Riklund for masterminding a fantastic programme for ECR
oportunity to attend these presentations, which will bring 2016, along with all members of the Congress Programme
a valuable new dimension to the usual EPOS experience. Planning Committee, the Chairs and members of the Sci-
entific Subcommittees, the Subspecialty Societies and, of
One of the outcomes of this expansion of EPOS may very course, the wonderful team at the ESR office. I hope each
well be that some submitters who may usually stay at home one of you will enjoy the experience, and the amazing city
during the ECR might make their first trip to Vienna, and of Vienna, to the very fullest.
this of course would be a wonderful bonus. By adding more
and more flavours to our congress, we hope to cater for
every taste in the radiological spectrum. One of the largest
growing areas of the ECR in that respect is the programme
for radiographers. We are delighted that the numbers of
radiographers and radiological technicians visiting the con-
gress have been consistently high over recent years, thanks Luis Donoso Bach
largely to the close involvement of the European Federation ESR President
of Radiographer Societies. I am positive that this year’s

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Forewords

FOREWORD BY THE ECR PRESIDENT

DEAR FRIENDS,
DEAR COLLEAGUES,

during last year’s ECR. Even if we are in a transition period,


with an increased use of digital communication and online
participation, a huge number of people still take part on-site
in Vienna, and I hope you will continue to do so. Another
good example of our progress is that, even as time is passing
by, we are getting younger. Between 2008 and 2015 the
average age of attendees has fallen from 47 to 42 years.

At ECR 2016 you will have the chance to find out a lot about
interesting medical imaging in the ‘ESR meets’ sessions,
such as breast radiology in the Nordic countries, state-of-
the-art radiology in Japan, and the transition from practice
to reality in Colombia. You are all invited to these sessions;
they are not intended exclusively for attendees from the
presenting countries, but for everyone else to discover
Prof. Katrine Riklund is a radiologist who is also something new. Radiology will also meet nuclear medicine
licensed in nuclear medicine at Umeå University in a session on hybrid imaging and during ECR 2016 you
Hospital, Sweden. She is deputy head of the can also witness the launch of the new European Society
for Hybrid Medical Imaging (ESHI) by visiting the ESHI
department of radiation sciences and director of
booth in the entrance hall, where you can pick plenty of
the medical school at Umeå University.
information about the new society.

For ECR 2016, the new format introduced to the educational


I am very proud and greatly honoured to welcome you to programme last year will remain, which means you will find
the European Congress of Radiology (ECR) 2016. During sessions with the right level of complexity wherever you
the last 20 years I have seen the congress evolve and grow, are in your professional development. To guide you, the
and every year I love being at this wonderful event. The sessions are marked with the knowledge level they are
first impression when arriving in the entrance hall is always intended for. Also this year, candidates will once again be
fabulous and the feeling of being welcome is always strong sitting examinations for the European Diploma in Radiology
for me, and I hope all of you will feel the same. To meet you (EDiR) during the congress. Interest in the EDiR has been
all in the entrance hall, in lecture rooms, and in the technical increasing every year and I am pleased to say this particular
exhibition, strengthens my confidence of the importance examination was fully booked a long time in advance.
of keeping face-to-face meetings. The number of friends
and colleagues attending the ECR has increased year by This year’s poster shows you a combination of the phe-
year and we ended up with more than 25,000 attendees nomena we have up north, close to the Arctic Circle; the

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FOREWORD BY THE ECR PRESIDENT

northern lights and the midnight sun, but something is radiology beyond our comfort zones, just because our field
wrong. They do not show up simultaneously, not even at is so amazing!
Kebnekajse, which is the mountain on the poster. So the
poster is a hybrid of both summer and winter, and hybrid is This ECR is the result of almost one and a half years of work
a theme that is repeated throughout ECR 2016. These phe- from hundreds of people who have contributed to creat-
nomena are mixed with small objects symbolising people, ing this wonderful congress, and I am so thankful to have
or molecules, or whatever you would like them to be, and the opportunity to be part of this enormous preparation
if you look at the movies you can see them all moving, in team. The enthusiasm and devotion of all collaborators is
some way connected to each other. The ECR 2015 theme the basis for creating a congress which delivers both the
‘radiology without borders’ is more relevant than ever for basics and the front line in imaging. I would like to offer my
most of us and I hope we still can meet at ECR 2016 with- most sincere thanks to the fantastic efforts of the Congress
out borders even if the situation in Europe has changed Programme Planning Committee, the Chairs and members
dramatically during recent months. The ECR is one of the of the Scientific Subcommittees, the Subspecialty Societies
greatest radiological events in the world, with participants and, of course, the dedicated and professional support of
from more than 120 countries, which means you will meet ESR office staff. Progression demands change and, when
friends and colleagues from almost every part of the world. ECR 2016 comes to a close, I will be the last ‘ECR Congress
President’. In the coming year we are moving forward with
ECR 2016 will keep up the good reputation of a programme a re-organisation of the European Society of Radiology
woven from high quality teaching and scientific sessions, (ESR) leadership structure, and the ECR will become the
as well as posters. A new feature this year is the Voice of responsibility of the new combined ESR/ECR President.
EPOS, which consists of poster sessions with short oral
presentations in the EPOSTM area. Interest in this new idea Finally, I would like to warmly welcome you to ECR 2016,
has been great, leading to an all-time high in EPOS abstract and hope you enjoy the congress, meet friends, make new
submissions, with 2,989 abstracts submitted. The Voice of contacts in your network, and take the opportunity to enjoy
EPOS sessions will be held not only in organ-based topic the social events of the congress and also of Vienna.
groups, but also in several different languages, adding a
useful new dimension to the congress.

I am also happy to announce that submission of Clinical


Trials in Radiology abstracts has increased substantially
compared to last year, so I also encourage you to come
and listen to the presentations based on these ongoing Katrine Riklund
trials. I know that sessions with basic radiology are very ECR 2016 Congress President
much appreciated, but I have a wish that, this year, all of
us will challenge ourselves by taking some time to explore

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PROUDLY PRESENTS

JUAN DIEGO FLÓREZ

AN EXCLUSIVE
PERFORMANCE AT THE

ECR 2016
OPENING CEREMONY
© Juan Diego Flórez 2014

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2
17:45–19:00, ROOM A
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ARTS & CULTURE BOOKSTORE


Delegates are encouraged to visit the Arts & Culture Desk This year, for the third time, the ECR is offering delegates an
in the entrance hall for information on Vienna’s cultural outstanding service. The Viennese bookstore Buchkontor
events such as exclusive opera performances, delightful will open a special ECR bookstore in the entrance hall of
concerts, and the fascinating exhibitions in Vienna’s most the congress venue. Browse through a wide range of books,
important and remarkable museums. Pick up your personal from guidebooks on Vienna’s best sights to cookbooks full
Arts & Culture Brochure at this counter to find descriptions of delicious Austrian recipes. For the more discerning reader,
of all cultural places. there will also be a range of Austrian literature so you can
take some of the country’s history and culture home with
BADGES you. The Buchkontor staff look forward to welcoming you
For organisational and security reasons, badges must be and helping you find that page-turner.
worn at the congress venue. Access to the different areas will Buchkontor’s ECR Bookstore, entrance hall.
only be granted upon presentation of an appropriate badge.
BROADCAST ZONES

Lost or Forgotten Badges The ECR features specific Broadcast Zones, where you can
In the case of loss, a replacement badge will only be provided listen to sessions and view the corresponding presentation
on full payment of the applicable onsite registration fee. material in a relaxed atmosphere when the actual lecture
Forgotten badges will be replaced against a deposit of the rooms are overcrowded. Broadcast Zones are located
full onsite fee. In the Austria Center Vienna next to Room B and C
(2nd level), Rooms O and N (1st level), and Room K (lower
BOOK OF ABSTRACTS level)
In keeping with the ESR’s commitment to environmental In the M Building next to Rooms M4 and M5
sustainability, and due to demand from its members, the See Floor Plans on pages 40–48.
Book of Abstracts is only available online.
All abstracts can be accessed at www.i3-journal.org/articles. BUSINESS CENTRE

You can also create your own personal Book of Abstracts with The Press Office & Business Centre, located on the entrance
the help of the popular ECR Interactive Programme Planner level, offers copy facilities for a small charge.
on our new platform ECR Online (ecronline.myESR.org). Opening hours:
Abstracts of EPOS™ presentations no longer appear in the Wednesday, March 2 to Sunday, March 6. . . . 08:00–18:00
Book of Abstracts. Each full EPOS™ presentation can instead
be cited by a Digital Object Identifier (DOI), which appears CAFÉS & RESTAURANTS
with the presentation at www.myESR.org/epos. If you are looking for an ideal meeting point, or if you just
want to take a short break, try one of the various foyer cafés
and restaurants. They are situated throughout the whole
congress venue and on all levels of the building, offering a
variety of tasty hot and cold snacks.
Please see the ‘coffee-cup’ signs on the Floor Plans on pages
40–48 of this programme to locate the various foyer cafés.

CASE-BASED DIAGNOSIS TRAINING


Please refer to the E3 – Rising Stars Programme and see
pages 99–104.

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CASES OF THE DAY CLINICAL TRIALS IN RADIOLOGY


From Wednesday to Saturday, five Cases of the Day cover- For the second time, at ECR 2016, Clinical Trials in Radiol-
ing different sections of radiology are shown on computer ogy (CTiR) sessions are taking place. The CTiR sessions are
stations in the EPOS™ classroom on the 1 level. Participants
st
comprised of presentations on recent trials which are very
are invited to submit their diagnoses. The winners will be likely to have an impact on clinical practice.
announced on the ESR website. Session places are allocated on a first-come, first-served
We would like to acknowledge the contribution of the fol- basis. Please refer to page 167 for the programme of the
lowing authors to the Cases of the Day: sessions.

Wednesday: CME ACCREDITATION SYSTEM


Case 1: M.-A. Weber; Germany The ESR is happy to provide you with a fully digital CME
Case 2: S. Liddy, O. Buckley; Ireland acquisition system for ECR 2016. Please note that we no
Case 3: S. Hanquinet, M. Laurent; Switzerland longer provide printed CME stickers.
Case 4: J. Avsenik, K. Surlan Popovič; Slovenia Evaluation and CME acquisition will be possible via
Case 5: V. Di Paola, R. Pozzi Mucelli; Italy
» The official ECR app, ECR 2016, available via the App Store
Thursday: (iOS) and Google play (Android)
Case 1: G.M. Magnano, M.B. Damasio; Italy » More than 130 laptops in the ECR Online & EPOS Lounge
Case 2: G. Chassagnon, M.-P. Revel; France located on the 1st level
Case 3: Ž. Snoj, J. Regvat, V. Salapura; Slovenia » The registration counters on the entrance level from Friday,
Case 4: F. Iafrate, M. Santoni, C. Cavallini, S. Pontone; Italy March 4, 13:00 onwards
Case 5: E. Loney; United Kingdom » The CME & evaluation terminals located on the 1st level

Friday: Please note that evaluation of the sessions is only possible


Case 1: A. Alcalá-Galiano; Spain March 2–7, 2016.
Case 2: L. Oleaga Zufiría; Spain
Case 3: R. Woitek, T.H. Helbich, H. Ringl, C.J. Herold; Austria CME credits will only be awarded if
Case 4: I. Shrainer, I. Arkhipova, V. Sinitsyn, E. Zorin, N. » You are logged into https://eval.webges.com/ecr2016
Ermakov; Russian Federation with your username (last name) and Personal ID (printed
Case 5: M. Claudon; France on your badge)
» You have fully completed the electronic questionnaire
Saturday: for each session
Case 1: A.C. Tsili, G.V. Mouka, A.A. Ntorkou, D. Giannakis, S.
Stavrou, M.I. Argyropoulou; Greece See pages 22–23.
Case 2: J.A. Gonzalez-Nieto, J. Vizuete del Rio; Spain
Case 3: J. Babar, S. Karia; United Kingdom COAT CHECK
Case 4: P. Martín, A. Ramos, E. Salvador; Spain
The coat check services are located on the entrance level, in
Case 5: E. Vachev, G. Kirova, V. Traykov, E. Ruskova, B. Penev,
Foyers E and F, as well as on the lower level next to Room D1.
G. Kuninski; Bulgaria

COMMUNICATION AREAS
CHURCHES AND RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES IN VIENNA
If you are looking for the perfect place to meet and talk with
Vienna is a multi-denominational, multi-cultural city. We
friends or just to relax and browse through ECR Today, ECR
will be pleased to provide you with information on local
2016 offers areas perfectly equipped for communication and
religious communities and places of worship at the Travel
recreation; the ESR Welcome Lounge right in the middle
Service Desk.
of the entrance hall, and the Rising Stars & RTF Lounge
on the lower level, which welcomes all students, residents
and trainees.

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CONFIRMATION OF PAYMENT AND ATTENDANCE ECR 2016 SMARTPHONE APP


Congress-related confirmation will be available during and The ECR 2016 App gives iPhone, iPad and Android users a
after the congress from the ESR website (www.myESR.org) new way to experience the congress. The app is packed with
via the MyUserArea (login with your last name and your features, including general congress information, scientific
Personal ID as printed on your badge). and educational programme details, top news stories from
ECR Today, full abstracts, and even floor plans of the Austria
CONGRESS LANGUAGE Center. Please make sure you have Bluetooth enabled, as
English the app supports iBeacons™ technology. You can download
the ECR 2016 App from iTunes/Google Play.
CONGRESS VENUE
EFOMP (European Federation of Organisations for Medical
Austria Center Vienna Physics) WORKSHOP
Bruno Kreisky Platz 1
This workshop is the 18th in the series of EFOMP Workshops
1220 Vienna, Austria
on new technology in diagnostic radiology. This year’s work-
Phone: (+43 1) 533 40 64–0
shop is entitled ‘Radiation protection for the female patient
To reach the ACV by public transport from the city centre
and female medical staff’. It has been organised by EFOMP
(Stephansplatz) take the U1 underground line (red line,
in collaboration with the ESR to address the current and
direction Leopoldau). Get off at Kaisermühlen/Vienna Inter-
future technological requirements for radiology imaging
national Centre and take the exit marked Donau-City-Straße.
equipment (please refer to page 169).
Travelling time: approximately eight minutes.

‘EFRS MEETS’ SESSION


‘ECR ONLINE’ (PREVIOUSLY ‘ECR LIVE’)
After the enormous success at previous ECRs, which
After last year’s success, the ESR is once again providing
reflected the good relations between the ESR and the
a live streaming service for ECR 2016, under its new name
European Federation of Radiographer Societies (EFRS),
ECR Online, in an effort to bring the ECR to everyone. All
the EFRS is again hosting a dedicated session. ‘EFRS meets
ECR sessions are being broadcast live via the ESR website,
Sweden’ underlines the essential role of radiographers in
with Facebook and Twitter options integrated into the web
medical imaging. Please refer to page 82 for the programme
interface to provide a fully interactive experience.
of the session.
ECR Online is kindly supported by Bayer HealthCare and
GE Healthcare.
EIBIR BOOTH
Link: ecronline.myESR.org
Visit the EIBIR Booth in the entrance hall for the most recent

ECR ONLINE & EPOS™ LOUNGE news on the European Institute for Biomedical Imaging
Research and to celebrate ten years of EIBIR.
The ECR Online & EPOS™ Lounge has 130 computer termi-
nals where delegates can watch ECR sessions either live or
EMERGENCY INFORMATION/FIRST AID
on demand. Enjoy the Lounge’s relaxing atmosphere while
you catch up with the congress sessions. For fire, medical or police assistance, please contact ACV
Information or the nearest available ECR or ACV staff mem-

ECR TODAY ber. A medical specialist trained in emergency medicine will


be present for the duration of the congress.
ECR Today, the popular daily newspaper of the congress,
See Red Cross sign on the Floor Plan page 41.
is published from Wednesday to Sunday and distributed in
the entrance hall of the congress venue and in the entrance
area of the Technical Exhibition. In addition, all issues are
available online at www.myESR.org

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EPOS™ – SCIENTIFIC EXHIBITION EUROPEAN EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION (E3)


The ECR 2016 electronic scientific exhibition is open The E3 programme emphasises the importance of lifelong
Wednesday to Saturday from 08:00 to 18:00, and Sunday learning. It covers the entire range of educational issues,
from 08:00 to 15:30. EPOS™ can be accessed via the 130 from undergraduate medical education to subspecialised
workstations in the ECR Online & EPOS™ Lounge, which is continuing professional development. For the second time
located on the 1st level. at ECR 2016, the E3 programme is structured according to
Make sure to attend the new The Voice of EPOS sessions, the different levels defined by the ESR European Training
where the authors of the best posters will present those in Curriculum for Radiology.
moderated poster sessions. The E3 programme consists of the following five branches,
See pages 28–29. which reflect the different levels of education in radiology,
as well as the different stages of an individual’s professional
‘ESR MEETS’ SESSIONS career:
The purpose of ‘ESR meets’ is to forge closer ties between Rising Stars Programme, European Diploma Prep Sessions,
the ESR and its guest societies. The guest nations of this The Beauty of Basic Knowledge, ECR Academies, ECR
year’s ECR are the Colombia, Japan and the Nordic Coun- Master Classes.
tries, as a tribute to the home of ECR Congress President
Katrine Riklund from Sweden. There are dedicated ses- The Rising Stars Programme is designed especially for res-
sions for the radiological communities of these nations to idents, students, radiographers and trainee radiographers.
demonstrate the excellence of radiology in their countries. It consists of Basic Sessions, Student Sessions, Case-Based
Places at these sessions are allocated on a first-come, first- Diagnosis Training, and the Radiology Trainees Forum Pro-
served basis. Please refer to pages 81–82 for the programme gramme including the RTF Highlighted Lectures and the
of the sessions. RTF Quiz.

ESR WELCOME LOUNGE The European Diploma Prep Sessions aim to prepare pro-
spective candidates for the European Diploma in Radiology
Visit the ESR Welcome Lounge in the entrance hall! Whether
(EDiR).
you are looking for an ideal meeting point or just want to
They are also suitable for residents who want an overview
take a short break – the ESR Welcome Lounge will suit your
of the various topics relevant to imaging and for those
needs. Free wireless LAN is provided for your convenience.
preparing for their national board examinations.
Watch out for artistic performances from the ‘ESR meets’
The content of the programme reflects Level I European
countries during the lunch breaks.
Training Curriculum for Radiology (ETC) learning objectives
across a two-year cycle. The sessions are held in close
EUROPEAN BOARD OF RADIOLOGY (EBR)
cooperation with the European Board of Radiology (EBR).
Visit the EBR Booth in the entrance hall to learn all about
Each of the six sessions is led by three lecturers and mod-
the European Diploma in Radiology (EDiR), how to apply,
erated by one chairman.
and where and when the next exams will take place.
www.myEBR.org
The Beauty of Basic Knowledge programmes focus on
knowledge essential to the daily practice of radiology. The
EUROPEAN DIPLOMA IN RADIOLOGY (EDIR)
format of these sessions reflects the tradition of conven-
An examination for the European Diploma in Radiology tional teaching sessions, in which experienced teachers
is being held at ECR 2016. The electronic-based written share their insights into a topic of particular relevance with
examination takes place on Tuesday, March 1, in the ECR a group of attendees.
Online & EPOS™ Lounge on the 1st level, whereas the case- Each Beauty of Basic Knowledge session consists of a
based oral examinations take place Wednesday, March 2 in 45-minute lecture or two 25-minute lectures held by one or
various rooms on the entrance level in the M Building (see two speakers plus 10–15 minutes for discussion. The teaching
Floor Plan M Building on page 46). format is usually case-based with some interaction with
Success in the examination certifies a standard of radi- the attendees. The content of the sessions is mostly tied to
ological knowledge deemed appropriate by the ESR for the Level I and Level II European Training Curriculum (ETC)
independent practise in general radiology. learning objectives. The Beauty of Basic Knowledge sessions
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want to refresh their knowledge in basic topics of imaging EUROSAFE IMAGING


and image-guided therapy. EuroSafe Imaging is the ESR’s latest initiative in radiation
The programmes will be concluded with a self-assessment protection. It aims to promote the safe and appropriate
test, published on the platform ‘ESR Education on Demand’. use of medical imaging in Europe and around the world.
ECR delegates can access the platform and the self-assess- Please view the EuroSafe Imaging Poster Exhibition on a
ment tests through the work stations in the ECR Online & dedicated screen in the ECR Online & EPOS™ Lounge on
EPOS™ Lounge (1st level). the 1st level, with submissions from all over Europe. And
stop by the EuroSafe Imaging Booth in the entrance hall
The ECR Academies consist of a series of four to six ses- to learn all about this important initiative.
sions relevant to a particular area of radiology. This may be
a classic organ-based field or a technically oriented area EXPO HALLS & EXPO FOYER D
of another field related to radiology, such as management.
Opening hours:
Each ECR Academy spans several days, in which the differ-
Thursday, March 3 to Saturday, March 5. . . . . . 10:00–17:00
ent facets of the area in question are covered by experts in
Sunday, March 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10:00–14:00
the field. An ECR Academy is a coherent course in which
the different sessions complement one another in order to
Visit the additional technical exhibition area on the 1st level
reflect the entirety of the field.
of the congress venue:
The ECR Academies are particularly suited to general radi-
First Level (Gallery)
ologists or radiologists with a subspecialisation.
Opening hours:
All programmes (apart from Interactive Teaching Sessions)
Wednesday, March 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14:00–17:00
will be concluded with a self-assessment test, published on
Thursday, March 3 to Saturday, March 5. . . . . . 10:00–17:00
the platform ‘ESR Education on Demand’. ECR delegates can
Sunday, March 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10:00–16:00
access the platform and the self-assessment tests through
the work stations in the ECR Online & EPOS™ Lounge
FREE PUBLICATIONS
(1st level).
The ESR again presents the ‘Free Publications’ Booth on the
1st level, integrated into the ECR Online & EPOS™ Lounge.
The ECR Master Classes focus on continuous professional
Pick up free copies of radiology journals and magazines
development and lifelong learning. The classes are designed
(see page 31).
for subspecialised radiologists seeking cutting-edge infor-
mation in their particular fields of interest. They are held by
FUTURE MEETINGS DESK
experts in the field and reflect state-of-the-art knowledge,
as well as emerging trends. This area – located in the ECR Online & EPOS™ Lounge on the
The ECR Master Classes are offered in cooperation with 1stlevel – offers you an overview of future meetings in the
each of the following subspecialty societies: field of radiology and related disciplines, from all over the
CIRSE (one on vascular and one on interventional radiology), world. Feel free to contribute flyers and posters to promote
ESCR, ESER, ESGAR, ESHNR, ESMOFIR, ESNR, ESOI, ESPR, your own meetings and courses.
ESSR, ESTI, ESUR, EUSOBI.
HEADLINE SESSIONS
‘EUROPEAN RADIOLOGY’ For details on the Honorary Lectures by Staffan Holmin,
European Radiology is Europe’s number one journal in gen- Andrea G. Rockall and Valérie Vilgrain see page 25.
eral radiology. And it celebrates its 25 anniversary this year!
th

See page 35. ‘INSIGHTS INTO IMAGING’


Insights into Imaging is the ESR’s online journal for educa-
EUROPEAN SCHOOL OF RADIOLOGY (ESOR) BOOTH tion and guidelines. It is open access and PubMed indexed.
Visit the ESOR Booth in the entrance hall for the latest news See page 35.
on the European School of Radiology. In addition, there is
an ESOR Info Desk in the Rising Stars & RTF Lounge.

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INDUSTRY WORKSHOPS MEETING ROOMS


At ECR 2016 there are various Industry Workshops sched- Meeting rooms at ECR 2016 are to be found here:
uled, organised by Bayer HealthCare, Fujifilm Europe, GE
Healthcare, Hologic, Mammotome and Toshiba Medical In the Austria Center Vienna
Systems. Please note that Industry Workshops are no longer 1st level: Meeting Rooms 1.85, 1.86
CME-accredited. 2nd level: Meeting Rooms 2.11, 2.12, 2.34, 2.41, 2.42, 2.44,
See separate booklet for details. 2.95
3 level:
rd
Meeting Room 3.32
INTERACTIVE PROGRAMME PLANNER
The ESR is again proud to present this popular interactive In the adjoining M Building
tool for ECR 2016. The IPP provides a convenient way to (only available from Wednesday, March 2, to Saturday,
explore and customise the congress programme online, in March 5)
both traditional browser and mobile device versions. Entrance level: Meeting Rooms M6, M7, M8, M10, M21, M22,
Featuring various search and browse functions for sessions M23, M24, M25, M26, M27, M29, M30, M32,
as well as posters, the IPP also includes a ‘basket’ option, M33, M34.
which enables users to collate items from the programme
to create their own personal calendar and even print a You will find them marked on the Floor Plans (see pages
personalised Book of Abstracts. The IPP is integrated into 40–48).
the new platform ECR Online. Please contact the Info Service Desk at the entrance to
Link: ecronline.myESR.org the M Building for onsite booking of meeting rooms; from
Saturday onwards please contact the Meeting Room Service
(JUNIOR) IMAGE INTERPRETATION QUIZ Desk at the right end of the registration desks.

The Image Interpretation Quizzes are two traditional high-


MEMBERSHIP
lights of every ECR. This year’s themes are ‘Imaging with
the Stars’ and ‘Millennials showdown: the next generation For membership application and renewal, please go to the
of radiology’ (see page 27). membership desk in the entrance hall.

LIABILITY MINI COURSE

The ESR and the Austria Center Vienna are free from all ECR 2016 features again the joint course of the ESR and
liabilities that may arise from the delegates’ and presenters’ RSNA (Radiological Society of North America), which will
participation in ECR 2016 and its activities. this year focus again on ‘Emergency Radiology’.
The sessions will be interactive with electronic voting/self
LOST & FOUND assessment.
Places for all courses are allocated on a first-come, first-
Lost and found articles may be picked up or handed in at
served basis. Please refer to pages 119–120 for the course’s
the ACV Information Desk located in the entrance area.
programme.

MEDITATION & PRAYER ZONE


MIR @ ECR
The Meditation & Prayer Zone is located on the lower level
After last year’s success, the ESR Subcommittee on
next to Room K. You will find it marked on the Floor Plan.
Management in Radiology has again organised special
sessions at the ECR on communication and improving
quality and safety, taking place on Friday, March 4, 12:15–
17:30 in Room D2.
See pages 169–171.

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MULTIDISCIPLINARY SESSIONS PREVIEW CENTRE


The concept of these sessions is to promote a multidisci- Speakers are reminded to check in at the cSlide Preview
plinary approach to detection and treatment, integrating Centre’s welcome desk at least three hours prior to their
radiologists and other clinicians to share their expertise. scheduled presentation, even if they have already uploaded
The topics that are covered this year are: pancreatic cancer, their presentation prior to the conference. Three speaker
uterine myomas and sports injuries. registration workstations will be at the speakers’ disposal,
Please refer to pages 95–96 for the programme of the and an additional workstation for last-minute changes and
sessions. uploads is available.
Onsite presentation upload procedure:
NEW HORIZONS SESSIONS » Check in at the cSlide Preview Centre Welcome Desk to
The aim of the New Horizons Sessions is to provide prac- receive your login details and the title of your presentation
titioners with an overview of the new developments in a »
Log into an available computer and upload your
specific area of practice e.g. specialty, technique, or disease. presentation
These developments may become routine within a few years, » Presentations can be checked in presenter mode and
or may indicate a new direction for research and clinical edited onsite
application. There are three New Horizons Sessions at ECR
2016, entitled ‘New frontiers in imaging of vascular wall The Preview Centre is located on the 1st level, next to the
and plaque’, ‘Big data: why should radiologists care?’ and ECR Online & EPOS™ Lounge.
‘Imaging beyond morphology’. Session places are allocated Opening hours:
on a first-come, first-served basis. Please refer to pages Tuesday, March 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12:00–18:00
83–84 for the programme of the sessions. Wednesday, March 2 to Saturday, March 5. . . . 07:30–18:00
Sunday, March 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 07:30–16:00
OPENING CEREMONY
Please note that only digital material will be accepted for
The ECR 2016 Opening Ceremony will take place Wednes-
oral presentations. Presenters may submit their presentation
day, March 2, 17:45–19:00 in Room A. ESR Honorary Mem-
material, with their login details, prior to the congress. All
bership will be awarded to Ronald L. Arenson, Hassen A.
material must be in English and be provided on CD-ROM,
Gharbi and Qiyong Guo. See page 10.
DVD or USB devices. All presentations will be transferred
to the session rooms electronically.
PRESS
The material remains the property of the speakers.
The ECR 2016 Opening Press Conference takes place on
Wednesday, March 2, at 09:30 at the Austria Center Vienna,
PROFESSIONAL CHALLENGES SESSIONS
Room 1.85, 1st level. For press accreditation, please contact
These sessions are intended to communicate and exchange
the Press Office & Business Centre on the entrance level.
issues on radiological training and education, research net-
To obtain a press badge, you must present an international
working, radiological management and professional devel-
press ID or a confirmation letter from the relevant medium.
opments. This year’s topics are ‘Personalised radiology: myth
Delegates and exhibitors may display their press kits in
or reality?’, ‘Clinical decision support (CDS)’, ‘An introduc-
the Press Office & Business Centre. There are also several
tion to European Imaging Biomarkers Alliance (EIBALL)’,
publicly available computer terminals as well as workspace
‘Biobanks meet imaging’, ‘Radiology ten years from now:
and plug points for you to work with your personal laptop.
where will it be?’, ‘Comprehensive cardiothoracic radiology:
Opening hours:
the way to go?’, ‘How to become the undergraduate teacher
Wednesday, March 2 to Sunday, March 6. . . . 08:00–18:00
you always wanted to be’, ‘European variation in imaging:
focus on technology’ and ‘Monitoring safety and quality’.
Places are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
Please refer to pages 91–93 for the sessions’ programme.

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PUBLIC TRANSPORT REFRESHER COURSES


Tickets for public transportation are available online at 73 Refresher Courses have been organised by the various
shop.wienerlinien.at or at any underground station. scientific subcommittees for ECR 2016. Based on the topic
Underground map; see page 37. of the session, some refresher courses are presented in
an ‘integrated’ format with an organised panel discussion,
PUBLISHERS ROW (1ST LEVEL) & similar to Special Focus Sessions.
PARTNER PUBLISHERS (ENTRANCE LEVEL) Places are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
Opening hours: Please refer to pages 143–164 for the programme of the
Wednesday, March 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14:00–17:00 sessions.
Thursday, March 3 to Saturday, March 5. . . . . . 10:00–17:00
Sunday, March 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10:00–16:00 REGISTRATION OPENING HOURS
Browse through a wide range of scientific publications Tuesday, March 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12:00–18:00
displayed by the most important publishers in the field of Wednesday, March 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 07:00–18:00
medicine. Thursday, March 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 07:30–18:00
Friday, March 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 07:30–18:00
RADIOLOGY TRAINEES FORUM (RTF) Saturday, March 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 07:30–18:00
The RTF promotes and coordinates the efforts of radiology Sunday, March 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 07:30–16:00
trainees at a European level in order to improve the progress
of radiology and related sciences. One of the RTF’s most RESTAURANT RESERVATIONS
important goals is to provide an equal level of radiological Our staff at the Dining & Shopping Desk in the entrance
knowledge and skills for radiology trainees all over Europe. hall will be pleased to recommend places to eat close to
Highlighted Lectures organised by the RTF will be given on your hotel or near a certain theatre, and will be happy to
Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00 in Room O (see page 159). reserve a table for you.
The RTF General Assembly takes place on Thursday, March
3, 09:00–10:30, in Meeting Room 2.95 (1st level). For more RISING STARS LOUNGE / RESIDENTS & STUDENTS LOUNGE
detailed information please visit the RTF Meeting Point in
The Rising Stars Lounge for residents and students is located
the Rising Stars & RTF Lounge on the lower level.
on the lower level. In the lounge you will find information on
Don’t miss the Meet & Greet Sessions with ESR President
the European School of Radiology, the European Diploma
Luis Donoso Bach (Thursday, March 3, 15:40–16:00) and
of Radiology and the Radiology Trainees Forum.
ECR 2016 Congress President Katrine Riklund (Thursday,
Don’t miss the Meet & Greet Sessions with ESR President
March 3, 16:00–16:20) in the Rising Stars & RTF Lounge.
Luis Donoso Bach (Thursday, March 3, 15:40–16:00) and
And join us at the RTF Quiz with Quizmaster José Cáceres on
ECR 2016 Congress President Katrine Riklund (Thursday,
Thursday, March 3, 12:30–13:30 in Room Z.
March 3, 16:00–16:20).

RECORDING / PHOTOGRAPHY
RISING STARS PROGRAMME
Video or audio recording of presentations is not allowed
The E³ – Rising Stars Programme is part of the E³ – European
without the speaker’s/exhibitor’s and ECR’s prior permission.
Excellence in Education programme. See pages 99–104.
Flash photography is not permitted during presentations.
Interviews must take place outside the lecture room. For
SATELLITE SYMPOSIA
queries, please contact the ESR Press Office.
Industrial Satellite Symposia are presented by international
companies. Please note that Satellite Symposia are no longer
CME-accredited. Places are allocated on a first-come, first-
served basis.
See separate booklet for details.

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INFORMATION FROM A–Z

SCIENTIFIC PRESENTATION AWARDS SOCIETY BOOTHS


The authors of the best scientific papers and scientific/ More than 50 national and international radiological soci-
educational exhibits will be presented with a certificate and eties present their meetings and societies in the society
given free ECR 2017 registration. booths area, which is located on the entrance level, next to
Scientific Papers: The award will be assigned to the best the registration desks and the coat checks.
paper presentation of each topic based on the evaluation by
session moderators and subcommittee members. Selection SPECIAL ASSISTANCE
criteria comprise quality of presentation, scientific content Delegates with special needs may park on the lower level
and overall impression of the performance. with direct elevator access to the ACV. All lecture rooms
The award winners will be informed after the congress and are accessible by wheelchair.
will be published on the ESR website.
Scientific/educational exhibits: See page 29 (Scientific SPECIAL FOCUS SESSIONS
Exhibition Awards).
Special Focus Sessions deal with a topic at the cutting edge
of development and clinical application. The topics of these
SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS
sessions are presented so as to promote debate and to give
Accepted papers for oral presentation are presented in the an in-depth analysis. The chairman introduces each aspect
Scientific Sessions. of the topic and the panellists then discuss their different
Places are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. perspectives and opinions. The audience is also given the
Please refer to pages 143–164 for the programme of the opportunity to discuss their ideas with the lecturers. Places
sessions. are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Please refer
to pages 87–90 for the programme of the sessions.
SECURITY / SAFETY
The safety of all congress attendees is of utmost importance STATE OF THE ART SYMPOSIA
to the European Society of Radiology. The Austria Center These sessions are intended to inform the audience about
Vienna and the ESR have taken security precautions to the ‘real state of the art’ of a given subject. Each of the lectur-
ensure the maximum possible safety for all ECR participants. ers is an expert on the topic as a whole or on some specific
Please inform our staff, especially our room attendants, aspect of the topic, which will be the subject of the respec-
immediately if security problems occur. tive session. The presentations are followed by a discussion
The ESR reserves the right to check your identification upon conducted by the panellists, led by the chairman. Places are
admission to the congress centre and/or inside the building. allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Please refer to
You may be asked at any time to present adequate proof of page 85–86 for the programme of the sessions.
identity by showing your passport, driver’s licence, national
or military identification, or student ID, all with photograph STUDENTS’ SESSIONS
and signature.
At ECR 2016, students have again the chance to present
their own abstracts in front of a huge audience. The sub-
SMOKING
mitters of the best 32 abstracts have been invited to Vienna
Smoking is not permitted inside the Austria Center Vienna. to present their work in dedicated sessions.
The ECR is a non-smoking congress. Outside the building, See page 102–103.
we kindly ask you to use the ashtrays provided. Please note
that smoking is prohibited in front of the main entrance. TAXI
There is a taxi stand outside the main entrance.
SOCIAL MEDIA
The official congress hashtag for Twitter and Instagram is
#ECR2016.

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TECHNICAL EXHIBITION
Opening hours:
Expo Halls & Expo Foyer D
Thursday, March 3 to Saturday, March 5. . . . . . 10:00–17:00
Sunday, March 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10:00–14:00

First Level (Gallery)


Opening hours:
Wednesday, March 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14:00–17:00
Thursday, March 3 to Saturday, March 5. . . . . . 10:00–17:00
Sunday, March 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10:00–16:00

Detailed information on the Technical Exhibition can be


found in the ‘Industry Programme & On-Show Guide’.

TRAVEL SERVICE
The ESR and ECR are proud to offer their delegates services
that should facilitate their travel arrangements and make
their stay in Vienna as pleasant as possible. The ESR’s Travel
Service Desk is located in the entrance hall of the Austria
Center Vienna. Next to it you can find the ECR’s official
travel agency Mondial.
Opening hours:
Tuesday, March 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12:00–18:00
Wednesday, March 2 to Saturday, March 5. . . . 07:30–18:00
Sunday, March 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 07:30–15:00

WIRELESS LAN
Free wireless LAN access is available throughout the con-
gress venue and all lecture rooms. The name of the public
WiFi is ‘ECR’.

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CME AT ECR 2016

GENERAL INFORMATION CME ACQUISITION PROCEDURE


Each ECR delegate has access to confirmation of all activi- The ESR is happy to provide you with a fully digital CME
ties attended (CME confirmation and record of attendance). acquisition system for ECR 2016. Please note that we no
The event has been accredited by the UEMS/EACCME and longer provide printed CME stickers. Not only will we save
it is possible to claim a maximum of 28 CME points for tons of paper and become an even greener and more sus-
attendance of scientific sessions at the ECR. Please note tainable meeting, but the system provides a lot more flex-
that this number may differ from the maximum number of ibility to delegates in regard to evaluating sessions and
credits your national jurisdiction approves for your contin- obtaining CME credits. At ECR 2016, you will have several
uous medical education. opportunities to complete the electronic questionnaires
for each session.
The Österreichische Ärztekammer (Austrian Medical Cham-
Evaluation and CME acquisition will be possible via
ber) has granted a maximum of 40 DFP (Diplom-Fortbil-
» The official ECR app, ECR 2016, available via the App Store
dungs-Programm der Österreichischen Akademie der Ärzte)
(iOS) and Google play (Android)
credits for ECR 2016.
» More than 130 laptops in the ECR Online & EPOS Lounge
USA located on the first level
Following the agreement on the mutual recognition of » The registration counters on the entrance level from Friday,
credits between the AMA (American Medical Association) March 4, 13:00 onwards
and the UEMS-EACCME, American physicians attending an » The CME & Evaluation terminals located on the first level
event in Europe will have their credits converted to AMA
Please note that evaluation of the sessions is only possible
PRA Category 1 in the USA.
March 2–7, 2016.
Worldwide
CME points claimed at the ECR are accepted by the majority CME credits will only be awarded if
of national CME authorities worldwide, which have manda- » You are logged into https://eval.webges.com/ecr2016 with
tory CME for their physicians. Please consult your national your username and PID (printed on your badge)
jurisdiction for the maximum number of CME points they » You have fully completed the electronic questionnaire
will approve following your attendance at ECR 2016. for each session
The combined participation and evaluation questionnaire is
of great value to the organising committee when selecting
topics for future ECRs. Evaluation forms differ depending
on the type of scientific event.

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GUIDANCE CME CONFIRMATION


Confirmation of participation in the scientific programme Every participant will be able to view and print their own
may be obtained as follows: personal record of attendance via the internet in the MyUs-
erArea on the condition that the above procedures have
Scientific Sessions
been carried out.
1. Attend the session.
2. Log in to https://eval.webges.com/ecr2016 or use the ECR This service will be available from two weeks after
2016 app to evaluate the session. the congress via the MyUserArea on the ESR website
3. Fill out this form completely during or after the session. (www.myESR.org).

Please note that your Personal ID, which is printed on your


If you do not have a smartphone, tablet or laptop with
badge, is required for login.
you, please visit one of the locations mentioned above and
The printout of your record should be submitted to your
evaluate the session(s) you visited on one of the CME &
national jurisdiction (usually responsible for accredita-
Evaluation terminals there.
tion) for approval of your CME points. Please note that the
Scientific Exhibition record of attendance will be issued only to the participant.
1. Enter EPOS™ (Electronic Presentation Online System) on It will not be supplied to any accreditation agency or other
one of the 130 laptops in the ECR Online & EPOS™ Lounge organisation.
and view posters.
Although participants may partially attend multiple con-
2. Log in to https://eval.webges.com/ecr2016 or use the ECR
current sessions, the total number of hours printed at the
2016 app to evaluate the session.
end of the list limits the credit to the equivalent of a single
3. Fill out this form completely after visiting the electronic
session during that time slot.
scientific exhibition.

A maximum of 3 hours of attendance at the scientific For further information, please contact ECR CME Support at
exhibition will be listed if the participant has completed cme@myESR.org.
and submitted the online evaluation form.

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HEADLINE SESSIONS

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OPENING CEREMONY

Wednesday, March 2, 17:45–19:00, Room A

Luis Donoso Bach; Barcelona/ES


ESR President

Katrine Riklund; Umeå/SE


ECR 2016 Congress President

Presentation of Honorary Membership


Ronald L. Arenson; San Francisco, CA/US
Hassen A. Gharbi; Tunis/TN
Qiyong Guo; Shenyang/CN

WILHELM CONRAD RÖNTGEN


HONORARY LECTURE (HL 1)
Imaging the invisible killer:
towards personalisation of ovarian cancer care

Thursday, March 3, 12:15–12:45, Room A


Andrea G. Rockall; London/UK

JOSEF LISSNER
HONORARY LECTURE (HL 2)
Liver imaging: where do we stand now?
Friday, March 4, 12:15–12:45, Room A
Valérie Vilgrain; Clichy/FR

SVEN-IVAR SELDINGER
HONORARY LECTURE (HL 3)
Imaging and micronavigation: time to redraw the map?
Saturday, March 5, 12:15–12:45, Room A
Staffan Holmin; Stockholm/SE

IMAGE INTERPRETATION QUIZ


Imaging with the stars

Friday, March 4, 14:00–15:30, Room A


Moderator: A.G. Rockall; London/UK

JUNIOR IMAGE INTERPRETATION QUIZ


Millennials showdown: the next generation of radiology

Saturday, March 5, 12:55–13:55, Room A


Moderator: F. Arnberg; Stockholm/SE

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(JUNIOR) IMAGE INTERPRETATION QUIZZES

The Image Interpretation sessions, two traditional highlights of every ECR, provide
both education and entertainment. Two panels of distinguished radiologists will share
their knowledge and diagnosis strategies with you.

The slogan for this year’s ‘senior’ quiz is ‘Imaging with the stars’. Radiologists will
challenge each other in an enjoyable and exciting competition where they will face
some tricky cases.

In the ‘junior’ quiz, with its theme ‘Millennials showdown: the next generation of
radiology’, the panellists will compete with each other in teams. While solving a variety
of cases, the moderator will guarantee a scientifically challenging and entertaining
session.

Both quizzes will be interactive with the use of an electronic voting system via one’s
own device (smartphone, tablet or laptop) at no costs.

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March Friday, March 4, 14:00–15:30, Room A
5
March Saturday, March 5, 12:55–13:55, Room A
Image Interpretation Quiz (IIQ) Junior Image Interpretation Quiz (JIIQ)
Imaging with the stars Millennials showdown:
the next generation of radiology
Moderator: A.G. Rockall; London/UK
» Team 1: Moderator: F. Arnberg; Stockholm/SE
N. Grenier; Bordeaux/FR » Team 1:
M. Vernooij; Rotterdam/NL C. Toxopeus; Amsterdam/NL
M. Gardarsdottir; Reykjavik/IS A. Gupta; London/UK
S.A. Taylor; London/UK » Team 2:
» Team 2: F.G. Meinel; Munich/DE
I. Thomassin-Naggara; Paris/FR D. Penha; Lisbon/PT
H.R. Jäger; London/UK » Team 3:
A.R. Larici; Rome/IT J.A. Prat-Matifoll; Barcelona/ES
T.K. Helmberger; Munich/DE O. Urbán; Szeged/HU
» Team 4:
B. Fejér; Budapest/HU
S. Belkacem; Monaco/MC

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EPOS™ – SCIENTIFIC EXHIBITION

OPENING HOURS WHAT’S AVAILABLE IN THE ECR ONLINE & EPOSTM LOUNGE?
Wednesday, March 2 to Saturday, March 5. . . 08:00–18:00 » Over 2,000 new scientific and educational exhibits and
Sunday, March 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 08:00–15:30 scientific paper presentations
» The new feature ‘The Voice of EPOS’ with 350 oral poster
The staff of the EPOS™ Service Desk will be glad to assist presentations
you during these times. » Access to ECR Online and ECR on Demand
» 20 new Cases-of-the-Day (five new cases each day)
LOCATION » eLearning including self assessment modules on ECR
ECR Online & EPOS™ Lounge, 1 level st 2016 courses
» EURORAD – Europe’s largest radiological case database

ESR THANKS ALL REVIEWERS


We cordially thank the members of the Scientific Exhibition Committee (see p.
XX) and the EPOS™ Reviewers who reviewed abstracts and graded electronic
posters in the past months, establishing the basis for presenting the awards.

(in alphabetical order) C Cem Calli; Izmir/TR Birgitta Hansson; Stockholm/SE


A Jose Acosta Batlle; Madrid/ES Fabrizio Calliada; Pavia/IT Johannes Heverhagen; Bern/CH
Emel Ada; Izmir/TR Davide Caramella; Pisa/IT Jérome Hodel; Paris/FR
Helen C. Addley; Cambridge/UK Nelson M.G. Caserta; Campinas/BR Philip Hodnett; Dooradoyle/IE
Angel Alberich-Bayarri; Valencia/ES Francesca Coppola; Bologna/IT
Efthymia Alexopoulou; Athens/GR I Anna Maria Ierardi; Marsala/IT
Hatem Alkadhi; Zurich/CH D John Damilakis; Iraklion/GR
Maria Chiara Ambrosetti; Verona/IT Adelard I. B. De Backer; Ghent/BE J Alan Jackson; Manchester/UK
Takatoshi Aoki; Kitakyushu/JP Pim De Graaf; Amsterdam/NL Jarl A. Jakobsen; Oslo/NO
Paraskevi Argyropoulou; Albert de Roos; Leiden/NL Laura Jimenez-Juan; Toronto, ON/CA
Alexandroupolis/GR Savas Deftereos; Alexandroupolis/GR
Irina Arkhipova; Moscow/RU Stefan Delorme; Heidelberg/DE K Nektarios Kalyvas; Athens/GR
Loukas G. Astrakas; Ioannina/GR Aikaterini Kanavaki; Geneva/CH
E Olle Ekberg; Malmö/SE Panagiotis Kapetas; Vienna/AT
B Mojisola Balogun; Birmingham/UK Georgios Kapsas; Alexandroupolis/GR
Nuria Bargalló Alabart; Barcelona/ES F Eduardo F.C. Fleury; Sao Paulo/BR Ara Kassarjian; Majadahonda, Madrid/ES
Irene Bargellini; Pisa/IT Anastasia Fotiadou; Huntingdon/UK Caroline Keyzer; Brussels/BE
Antonio Barile; L’Aquila/IT Ferdinand Frauscher; Innsbruck/AT Daniela Kienzl-Palma; Vienna/AT
Tommaso V. Bartolotta; Palermo/IT Susan Freeman; Cambridge/UK Friedrich Knollmann; Sacramento, CA/US
Antonio Basile; Catania/IT Paraskevi Kosta; Ioannina/GR
Gorka Bastarrika; Toronto, ON/CA G Matthew T.G. Gaskarth; Cambridge/UK Elmar Kotter; Freiburg/DE
Tobias Baumann; Freiburg/DE Jonn-Terje Geitung; Norbyhagen/NO Karl-Friedrich Kreitner; Mainz/DE
Radu Baz; Constanta/RO Abraham Ghiatas; Ekali-Athens/GR Miltiadis Krokidis; Cambridge/UK
Kunwar S.S. Bhatia; Hong Kong/CN Anastasia Glantzouni; Ioannina/GR
Vasiliki Bizimi; Athens/GR Sofia Gourtsoyianni; London/UK L Andrea Laghi; Latina/IT
Johan G. Blickman; Rochester, NY/US Ali Guermazi; Boston, MA/US Andrea Lakatos; Miskolc/HU
Einat Blumfield; New York, NY/US Marc Lemmerling; Beervelde/BE
Alessandro Bozzao; Rome/IT H Danisia Haba; Iasi/RO Eva Llopis; Alzira-Valencia/ES
Florian M. Buck; Langnau am Albis/CH Andreas Hansch; Jena/DE Roberto Llorens; Valencia/ES

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EPOS™ – SCIENTIFIC EXHIBITION

SCIENTIFIC EXHIBITION AWARDS ATTENDANCE AND EVALUATION


A jury of European radiologists has judged all scientific and Confirmation of participation in the Scientific Exhibition
educational exhibits with regard to their scientific content, may be obtained as follows:
educational value, originality and visual impression. Taking 1. Enter EPOS™ (Electronic Presentation Online System) on
advantage of EPOS™, the rating was carried out online, one of the 132 laptops in the ECR Online & EPOS™ Lounge
prior to the congress, enabling a detailed and considered and view posters.
assessment. On this basis, the Scientific Exhibition Commit- 2. Log in to https://eval.webges.com/ecr2016 or use the ECR
tee has awarded the best posters with Magna Cum Laude, 2016 app to evaluate the session.
Cum Laude and Certificate of Merits. 3. Fill out this form completely after visiting the electronic
Awardees can pick up their certificates at the EPOS™ Service scientific exhibition.
Desk. Each of the Magna Cum Laude awardees will also be
granted free ECR 2017 registration.
Awarded posters are flagged in EPOS™ and will be published
on the ESR website and on myESR.org/epos

Elizabeth Loney; Darlington/UK Tadeusz J. Popiela; Krakow/PL T Denis Tack; Braine-L’Alleud/BE


Ioana Gabriela Lupescu; Bucharest/RO Panos K. Prassopoulos; Adele Taibbi; Palermo/IT
Alexandroupolis/GR Stephen Taylor; Mons/BE
M Andreas Mahnken; Marburg/DE Lorenzo Preda; Milan/IT Stuart A. Taylor; London/UK
Lorenzo Mannelli; New York, NY/US Davide Prezzi; London/UK Gail Thornbury; Belfast/UK
Celso Matos; Lisbon/PT Stefan Puig; Vienna/AT Michael Toepker; Vienna/AT
Josephine McHugo; Birmingham/UK Michael Torkzad; Milford/UK
Elena Mershina; Moscow/RU Q Emilio Quaia; Trieste/IT Ioannis A. Tsalafoutas; Athens/GR
Peter Mildenberger; Mainz/DE Dimitrios K. Tsetis; Iraklion/GR
Manabu Minami; Ibaraki/JP R Christopher Riedl; New York, NY/US Athina Tsili; Ioannina/GR
Saeed Mirsadraee; Edinburgh/UK Soraya Robinson; Vienna/AT
Penelope L. Moyle; Cambridge/UK Janeth Romero; Boston, MA/US U Sara Upponi; Cambridge/UK
Valdair F. Muglia; Ribeirao Preto/BR Alejandro Rovira-Canellas;
Barcelona/ES V Edwin J. Van Beek; Edinburgh/UK
N Stephanie Nougaret; St Clement Reinhard Rzanny; Jena/DE Will J.M. van der Putten; Galway/IE
de Riviere/FR Berit Verbist; Leiden/NL
S Roberto Sanz-Requena; Valencia/ES
O Amaka Offiah; Sheffield/UK Christoph Schaeffeler; Chur/CH W Matthew G. Wallis; Cambridge/UK
Anastasia Oikonomou; Toronto, ON/CA Martina Scharitzer; Vienna/AT Dag Wormanns; Berlin/DE
Yumiko Oishi Tanaka; Tsukuba/JP Karl Schürmann; Aachen/DE Klaus Wörtler; Munich/DE
Mihaela Onu; Bucharest/RO Teik Choon See; Cambridge/UK Ximena Wortsman; Santiago/CL
Nisha Sharma; Leeds/UK Petra Wunderlich; Radebeul/DE
P Leo Pallwein-Prettner; Linz/AT Ashley Shaw; Cambridge/UK
Miguel Palm; Maastricht/NL Martin J. Shelly; Dublin/IE X Vasilis Xydis; Ioannina/GR
Valeria Panebianco; Rome/IT Paul Sijens; Groningen/NL
Gerald Pärtan; Vienna/AT Gustavo N. Simao; Ribeirao Preto/BR Z Giulia Zamboni; Verona/IT
Annie Paterson; Belfast/UK Stephan Skornitzke; Heidelberg/DE Anastasia Zikou; Ioannina/GR
Luis J. Pina Insausti; Pamplona/ES Wolfram Stiller; Heidelberg/DE
Katja Pinker-Domenig; Vienna/AT Misa Sumi; Nagasaki/JP

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GREEN MEETING FREE PUBLICATIONS

Broaden your horizons with


Let’s keep our congress green Free Publications at ECR 2016

The ECR 2016 will be a green meeting designed to meet The Free Publications initiative will run for the 10th consec-
environmental sustainability criteria set by the ‘Federal utive year after attracting increasing levels of attention at
Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water ECR 2015. The Free Publications booth will be located on
Management’ (Austria’s national eco-friendly certificate). the first level of the ACV within the Preview Area (next
to the EPOS™ Lounge). The booth will be richly stocked
We encourage our employees, partners and customers to with a galaxy of fascinating reading material from many of
adopt practices that promote awareness of environmental our associated organisations and publishing houses from
conservation and sustainable use and we endeavour to around the world, such as Globetech, Diagnostic Imaging
adhere to these principles throughout our entire enterprise. and European Hospital.

Here are some ways you can contribute to our goal of About 20 publishers will provide more than 30 different
becoming a green meeting: titles for this initiative, ranging from copies of the ESR’s
» If possible, please choose an environmentally friendly form flagship journals European Radiology and Insights into Imag-
of transport like public transport or car sharing ing, to issues from as far afield as South America. It is a
» Please follow your hotel’s eco-friendly advice (e.g. chang- rare chance to learn from so many diverse medical imaging
ing towels and bed sheets only when necessary) and communities from around the globe, so we encourage you
please switch off all lights and electronic devices when to make the very best of the opportunity.
leaving your hotel room
» Please choose drinks served in glass, food served on reus- We are of course grateful for the enthusiasm of our friends
able dishes and avoid cans, plastic bottles and products in the publishing industry for making the Free Publications
in disposable packaging initiative possible, and allowing us to provide ECR par-
» Please dispose of your waste (PET, glass, paper, residual ticipants with the chance to pick up some literature and
waste, metal) by using the separate bins in your hotel and broaden their medical imaging horizons.
at the congress venue.
» Please use online registration and non-printed media FREE PUBLICATIONS BOOTH:
instead of paper 1st level, within the ECR Online & EPOS™ Lounge.
» Please return your badge to the info point after the con-
gress has ended

We’re not saying it’ll be easy,


but we know that it’ll be worth it.

Thank you for your support!

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ECR 2016 WELCOMES ITS INDUSTRY PARTNERS

The ESR welcomes its


Supporting Members

The ESR gives a warm welcome to all its existing and newly The companies contribute with their active involvement
joined supporting membership companies. to the success of the society and its congress with their
As the ECR puts a special focus on innovation and keeping continuous support for the cause of radiology in Europe.
up to date with recent developments in the field, a close
cooperation with the industry leaders is indispensable.

ESR Supporting Members:


4-STAR: 3-STAR:

Agfa HealthCare HealthCare Mindray

Bayer HealthCare TeraRecon

Bracco

Carestream Health

Esaote 2-STAR:

Fujifilm Europe Alpinion Medical Systems

GE Healthcare Paramed Medical Systems

Guerbet Shimadzu Europa

Hitachi Medical Systems Europe Swissray Medical

Philips Varian Medical Systems

Samsung Vinno Technology

Siemens Healthcare

Toshiba Medical Systems Europe


‘ESR MEETS’ COUNTRIES

Each year the ECR places a special focus on its ‘ESR meets’
countries – in 2016 namely the Nordic Countries (Denmark,
Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden), Japan and Colombia
– with particular emphasis on their scientific and techno-
logical developments. The ESR, industry companies and
the national societies work closely together to highlight
these countries.

Thank you for your involvement!

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LET’S CELEBRATE
YEARS OF

Top radiologists read more than just images


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JOURNALS

EUROPEAN RADIOLOGY INSIGHTS INTO IMAGING


European Radiology at your fingertips! The clearest insights … for all to see!
Carry Europe’s leading radiology journal with you wherever Insights into Imaging is the ESR journal for education and
you go – with the European Radiology App – download strategies in radiology. Besides excellent review articles,
the app from iTunes or via the QR code below. it publishes articles on professional issues, several official
documents and political statements.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of European Radiology,
the official journal of the ESR and official organ of numerous Insights into Imaging is an Open Access journal on the
subspecialty organisations. It acts as a flagship, publishing Springer­Open platform – therefore all articles published are
original scientific papers in the radiological field with an freely available. As benefit for ESR members, ESR covers
Impact Factor of 4.014 for 2014. the Article Processing Charges for all its active members!

Full access to the online version of European Radiology is Links to the journals
included in the ESR membership fee. www.european-radiology.org
ESR members can also arrange subscriptions for the printed www.i3-journal.org
version at special rates in the MyUserArea (www.myESR.
org/MyUserArea under ‘MyJournals’).
Don’t miss another issue of the special cover illustrations
(on all printed issues in 2016), and subscribe to the printed
version now.

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ESR
DIGNITARIES

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ESR Dignitaries

HONORARY MEMBERS

Ronald L. Arenson
San Francisco, CA/US
Honorary Member

His research interest is informatics in radiology. He has also


patented new techniques in interventional radiology. One of
his achievements was the development of a catheter that can
be steered in a magnetic field, enabling interventionists to
reach further into smaller blood vessels. In 2001, he and fellow
researchers filed a patent on the invention, which was selected
for presentation at a national fair on technology.

Although he now dedicates most of his time to being an admin-


istrator and mentor, he is still involved in the development of
novel information system applications.

Prof. Arenson has authored or co-authored more than 110


peer-reviewed scientific articles, four book chapters, three
books and numerous exhibits, abstracts and editorials. He has
also served on the editorial boards of several journals, including
Radiology and Journal of the American College of Radiology.
In recognition of his pioneering work in radiology
and commitment to the advancement of medical He has served on several committees of numerous medical soci-
imaging, Professor Ronald L. Arenson from eties and organisations, such as the American College of Medical
San Francisco, United States, will be awarded Informatics (ACMI), the Association of University Radiologists
Honorary Membership of the European Society (AUR), the Academy of Radiology Research (ARR) and the
of Radiology at ECR 2016. American College of Radiology (ACR). He was also a founding
member of the Radiology Information System Consortium, now
the Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM).
Ronald L. Arenson is the Alexander R. Margulis Distinguished
Professor and chair of the department of radiology and bio- Prof. Arenson holds fellowships in the ACR, ACMI and SIIM, and is
medical imaging at the University of California, San Francisco, past-president of the AUR, ARR and the Society of Chairmen of
where he has worked since 1992. He is the immediate past Academic Radiology Departments (SCARD). In addition he has
president of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA). served on the United States’ National Advisory Council of the
National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering of
Prof. Arenson received his medical degree in 1970 from New York the National Institutes of Health, and the NIH Council of Councils.
Medical College in New York and completed his diagnostic radi- Prof. Arenson has received numerous honours throughout his
ology residency at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. long career, including the Alumni Medal of Honor from New York
Medical College in 2001 and a gold medal from AUR in 2013.
He began his academic career in 1976 at the University of
Pennsylvania, where he successively became associate chair- At ECR 2016, he will receive Honorary Membership of the
man of clinical services in radiology, director of administrative European Society of Radiology.
services, and interim vice provost for information systems and
computing for the campus.

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HONORARY MEMBERS

Hassen A. Gharbi
Tunis/TN
Honorary Member

Hassen A. Gharbi is a professor of radiology and medical bio-


physics from Tunis, Tunisia. He was head of the department of
radiology at Tunis Children’s Hospital and head of the medical
biophysics department at Tunis Medical School. He is the imme-
diate past president of the World Federation for Ultrasound
in Medicine and Biology (WFUMB) and the African Society of
Radiology (ASR).

He obtained his medical degree in 1966 from Paris Medical


School, where he subsequently specialised in radiology, aero-
nautic medicine, medical informatics and medical biophysics.
He completed a PhD in optic physiology at the Orsay Science
Faculty in Paris, and two decades later graduated in Man-
agement of Radiation Accidents from Oak Ridge Associated
Universities, Tennessee, USA.

Prof. Gharbi worked as an assistant professor at the biophysics


department of Paris Medical School between 1966 and 1970,
In recognition of his contribution to the
before being appointed vice dean of Tunis Medical School in 1971. development of paediatric radiology in Africa
In 1970 he created the first paediatric radiology department in and his dedication to strengthening ties between
North Africa at Tunis Children’s Hospital, which he later headed. African and European radiologists, Professor
Hassen A. Gharbi from Tunis, Tunisia, will be
Prof. Gharbi is the founder and the first president of the Medi- awarded Honorary Membership of the European
terranean and African Society of Ultrasound (MASU) and also Society of Radiology at ECR 2016.
founded the Tunisian National Centre of Radiation Protection,
serving as its director between 1971 and 1989.
classification of the hydatid cyst appearance published in Radi-
Between 1975 and 1985 he was president of the Radiological ology in 1981 is still used around the world.
Tunisian Commission of the Ministry of Public Health, to which
he also acted as adviser on radiology, paediatric radiology, bio- He has authored or co-authored more than 20 books on pae-
medical engineering, radiation protection, training and hospital diatric radiology, and tropical and infectious diseases (hydatid
equipment planning. diseases), and has published more than 130 articles in national
He has served the World Health Organization as an expert in and international journals. He also sits on the editorial boards
radiology, radioprotection and paediatric radiology since 1993. of several international journals.

Prof. Gharbi is retired but is still involved in several teaching Prof. Gharbi has received many awards recognising his contri-
programmes, mainly to promote the good use of ultrasound butions to the promotion of radiology in developing countries,
in developing countries around the world. mainly in Africa.

His other main interest was imaging of hydatid diseases and At ECR 2016, he will receive Honorary Membership of the
the study of their epidemiology and treatment. His ultrasound European Society of Radiology.

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HONORARY MEMBERS

Qiyong Guo
Shenyang/CN
Honorary Member

His research interests relate to abdominal imaging, especially of


the liver and biliary tract. He is also an interventional radiologist,
with particular interests in non-vascular interventional radiology
and tumour diagnosis and treatment, and has published more
than 150 papers.

His main activities are hospital management, diagnostic imaging


consultancy, and guidance for graduate and PHD students. He
has mentored more than 100 graduate students and PhD
doctors.

Prof. Guo is chief editor of the China Clinical Medical Imaging


Journal and Contemporary Hospital Management. He is also
in charge of more than ten projects at all levels of academic
research, including national natural science funds. He is chief
editor of three specialised textbooks including Interventional
Radiology and chief editor of several specialised monographs
In recognition of his contributions to the such as Practical Radiology.
advancement of abdominal imaging and his He is president of the Chinese Association of Radiologists and
efforts in strengthening ties between Asian chairman of medical imaging for the China Hospitals Associ-
and European radiologists, Professor Qiyong ation. He is also an executive member of the Asian Oceanian
Guo from Shenyang, China, will be awarded Society of Radiology (AOSR), and a former president of the
Honorary Membership of the European Society Chinese Society of Radiology and the Asian Society of Abdom-
of Radiology at ECR 2016. inal Radiology (ASAR).

In recognition of his work, he has been awarded numerous dis-


Qiyong Guo is a professor of radiology and chairman of the tinctions throughout his career, including honorary membership
radiology department at Shengjing Hospital, China Medical of the Russian Society of Radiology in 2009, the Japan Society
University (CMU). He is also president of Shengjing Hospital, of Radiology in 2011 and the German Society of Radiology in
vice president of CMU, and dean of the radiology faculty. 2013. Last but not least, he received the Gold Medal of ASAR
in 2015.
Prof. Guo graduated from CMU in 1983 and started working as a
radiologist in Shengjing Hospital. He finished his medical studies At ECR 2016, Prof. Guo will receive Honorary Membership of
in Japan, at Nara Medical University, where he specialised in the European Society of Radiology.
abdominal imaging and interventional radiology and majored
in liver research between 1988 and 1993. In 1993 he returned
to Shengjing Hospital, where he took on his current positions.

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GOLD MEDALLISTS

Gabriel P. Krestin
Rotterdam/NL
Gold Medallist

Gabriel P. Krestin is full professor of radiology and chairman of


the Department of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine at Erasmus
MC, University Medical Centre Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

He graduated in medicine from the University of Cologne in


Germany, where he completed his residency in radiology in 1988.
After undertaking fellowship training in abdominal imaging and
MRI, Prof. Krestin completed a PhD on experimental and clinical
applications of fast gradient-echo MR imaging in the abdomen,
in 1990, at the same university.

He was subsequently appointed as a radiologist and head of


the MRI centre at Zürich University Hospital, Switzerland, where
he later became associate professor of radiology and head of
the clinical radiology service. He also served as acting chairman
of the diagnostic radiology department before he moved into
his present position in the Netherlands.
In recognition of his pioneering work in
He was a permanent visiting professor at Stanford University abdominal and molecular imaging, and
Medical School from 1998 to 2009, and the Couch-Kerley Trav- his commitment to the development and
eling Professor to the Royal College of Radiologists in the UK. harmonisation of radiology in Europe, Professor
Gabriel P. Krestin from Rotterdam, the
Prof. Krestin has authored more than 390 original articles and 90 Netherlands, will be awarded the Gold Medal of
book chapters, and is the editor of seven books, some of which the European Society of Radiology at ECR 2016.
have been translated into several languages. His main areas of
research are imaging of abdominal organs and cardio-vascu-
lar diseases, molecular imaging and population imaging. His
research has been supported by numerous grants from Euro- Prof. Krestin currently serves on the editorial and advisory
pean and national research organisations, charities and industry. boards of several international journals including MagMa, Inves-
tigative Radiology, and Abdominal Radiology, and has been a
Prof. Krestin has extensive experience in leadership, manage- member of the editorial boards of Radiology and European
ment and strategic planning. He is the founder of Management Radiology.
in Radiology (MIR) and founder and current Scientific Director
of the European Institute for Biomedical Imaging Research He has been awarded many distinctions for his work, including
(EIBIR). He is also a member of numerous scientific advisory the Albers Schönberg Medal of the German Society of Radiol-
boards for companies, European organisations, and universities. ogy and the Schinz Medal of the Swiss Society of Radiology.
Furthermore he has been awarded honorary membership of
Prof. Krestin recently served as president of the ESR and of the numerous national radiology societies and of the ESMRMB.
International Society for Strategic Studies in Radiology. He is
also the past president of the European Society for Magnetic At ECR 2016, he will receive the Gold Medal of the European
Resonance in Medicine and Biology. Society of Radiology.

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GOLD MEDALLISTS

Claude Manelfe
Toulouse/FR
Gold Medallist

Prof. Manelfe is a founding member, former president and sec-


retary general of the French Society of Neuroradiology, as well
as a former president of the European Society of Neuroradi-
ology (1998 to 2000). He also served as Secretary General
and President of the International Society of Radiology from
2002 to 2008.

He was a visiting professor at the University of California, San


Francisco in 1981–1982, and at the University of British Columbia,
Vancouver in 1982.

He has published more than 235 publications in neurology,


neurosurgery, neuroradiology, and diagnostic and interventional
neuroradiology. Seventy of his articles have been devoted to MR,
mainly to the field of neuroimaging. He also served as Editor in
Chief of Neuroradiology from 1993 to 2004.

In recognition of his service to the discipline, He retired from his activities eight years ago but is still working
French neuroradiologist Professor Claude part time in a general hospital.
Manelfe from Toulouse, France, will be awarded
the Gold Medal of the European Society of Prof. Manelfe has been awarded many distinctions over his
Radiology at ECR 2016. long career, including the Gold Medal of Toulouse Faculty of
Medicine and the scientific prize of the European Society of
Neuroradiology for his medical thesis on vascular supply of the
Claude Manelfe is professor emeritus at Paul Sabatier University human spinal dura mater. He was also laureate of the Medical
in Toulouse, France. He was professor and chairman of diag- Research Foundation for his work on therapeutic endovascular
nostic radiology at Paul Sabatier University for thirty years, occlusions. His achievements have been recognised with various
and head of the diagnostic and therapeutic neuroradiology honours, including the Schinz medal of the Swiss Society of
department at Purpan University Hospital in Toulouse. Radiology, fellowship of the American College of Radiology,
and honorary membership of the American Society of Neuro-
In 1969, Prof. Manelfe received his medical degree from Toulouse radiology, the Radiological Society of North America, and the
University, where he subsequently completed fellowships in European Society of Neuroradiology.
neurology and radiology, and a specialisation in neuropsychiatry.
At ECR 2016, he will receive the Gold Medal of the European
His main interests were interventional neuroradiology and end- Society of Radiology.
ovascular occlusions at the beginning of the 1970s, and MRI and
imaging of the spine and spinal cord later.

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GOLD MEDALLISTS

Peter Vock
Bern/CH
Gold Medallist

Peter Vock is professor emeritus at the University of Bern


and senior consultant radiologist at Bern University Hospital
(Inselspital) in Bern, Switzerland. He chaired the Institute of
Radiology of Bern University from 1989 to 2012.

In 1973 he obtained his medical degree from the University of


Bern, and subsequently did a residency in radiation oncology,
radiology and nuclear medicine at Inselspital, where he started
working as a radiologist after his board certification in 1980.
Before that, he also completed a residency in internal medicine
at Tiefenauspital in Bern. Between 1982 and 1983, he was a vis-
iting research associate in chest imaging at the department of
radiology, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC, USA.

Prof. Vock’s research interests focus on chest imaging, CT and


particularly radiation protection. He has dedicated much of his
work to radiation protection on an institutional, professional,
national and international level, serving as a member of the
In recognition of his lifelong commitment to the
Swiss Federal Commission of Radiation Protection for more than field of radiology, Professor Peter Vock from
twelve years and chairing the commission’s medical subcommit- Bern, Switzerland, will be awarded the Gold
tee for six years. He was also responsible for radiation protection Medal of the European Society of Radiology
within the Swiss Society of Radiology and currently serves as (ESR) at ECR 2016.
chairman of the ESR’s Radiation Protection Subcommittee.

Prof. Vock has also represented the ESR in different radiation


protection projects, such as the European Medical ALARA
Network (EMAN), Medical Radiation Protection Education and
Training (MEDRAPET) and European Diagnostic Reference
Levels for Paediatric Imaging (PiDRL).

Prof. Vock is Deputy Editor of European Radiology and a mem-


ber of the Steering Committee of the EuroSafe Imaging cam-
paign. He has been attending the ECR ever since its creation
in the early 1990s.

At ECR 2016, Prof. Vock will receive the Gold Medal of the
European Society of Radiology.

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HONORARY LECTURERS

Staffan Holmin
Stockholm/SE
Honorary Lecturer

Prof. Holmin leads the research group in neuroradiology at


Karolinska Institutet, working on clinical and experimental
projects in stroke management and endovascular technique
development, and is responsible for the imaging research
facilities in the planning of the new Karolinska Hospital.

After graduating with a medical degree from Karolinska Insti-


tutet in 1995, Prof. Holmin obtained his doctoral degree in 1997
and his physician certification from the same institution in 1999.
In 2006 he did a post-doc and fellowship training at Bicêtre
Hospital in Paris, France, under the supervision of Professor
Pierre Lasjaunias.

In 2005 he passed the Swedish and European specialist neuro-


surgery examinations and two years later the Swedish specialist
neuroradiology examination.

In recognition of his significant expertise in Prof. Holmin is the main inventor of an endovascular device
the field of neurointervention and his great for transvasal passage (Extroducer), a project he developed
achievements in research, Professor Staffan together with Karolinska Institutet Innovations AB between
Holmin from Stockholm, Sweden, has been 2008 and 2014. The project resulted in granted patents in USA,
invited to give the Sven-Ivar Seldinger Honorary Japan and Europe.
Lecture ‘Imaging and micronavigation – time to He has been responsible for human and animal imaging facilities
redraw the map?’ at ECR 2016. in the research building of the New Karolinska Hospital since
March 2013. He is the Karolinska Institutet’s representative for
neuroradiology in the preparation for the New Karolinska Hospi-
Staffan Holmin is the Söderberg professor of clinical neuroim- tal. He is the principal investigator and co-principal investigator
aging at Karolinska Institutet. He is also a consultant in end- for a number of different national and international research
ovascular neurointervention and vice chairman of the neu- projects, and is currently developing additional new applications
roradiology department at Karolinska University Hospital in for endovascular techniques.
Stockholm, Sweden.
At ECR 2016, Prof. Holmin will present the Sven-Ivar Seldinger
Honorary Lecture, titled ‘Imaging and micronavigation – time
to redraw the map?’

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HONORARY LECTURERS

Andrea G. Rockall
London/UK
Honorary Lecturer

Andrea G. Rockall is Consultant Radiologist at the Royal Mars-


den Hospital and Visiting Professor of Radiology at Imperial
College London, UK.

She graduated in neuroanatomy at King’s College London in


1987 and received her medical degree from King’s College
Hospital Medical School in 1990. She was awarded the Royal
College of Radiologists’ (RCR) Rohan Williams Medal, the gold
medal award for the FRCR examination, in 1997.

She chose radiology as a career because of the central role


imaging plays in the diagnostic pathway. After completing her
training in internal medicine, she started working as a registrar
in radiology at St. Mary’s Hospital and then as a senior registrar
in radiology at University College London Hospitals. In 2000,
she was appointed Senior Lecturer and Consultant Radiologist
at St. Bartholomew’s Hospital London, a position she held for
twelve years. During that time, she was appointed Honorary
In recognition of her major contributions to
Professor of Cancer Imaging at Bart’s Cancer Institute, Queen oncologic radiology and her dedication to
Mary University London, before taking up her current position. the advancement of the field in Europe and
beyond, Professor Andrea G. Rockall from
Prof. Rockall is currently chief investigator on three national mul- London, United Kingdom, has been invited to
ti-centre studies: the MAPPING study, which is evaluating diffusion give the Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen Honorary
weighted imaging, FDG and F-ethyl-choline PET/CT in nodal stag- Lecture ‘Imaging the invisible killer: towards
ing in cervix and endometrial cancer (funded by Cancer Research personalisation of ovarian cancer care’.
UK); the MALIBO study, which is developing machine learning in
whole body MRI for detection of metastatic disease (funded by
National Institute for Health Research – NIHR); and the MROC study, In addition, she serves on several committees, including the
which is evaluating multi-parametric MRI in determining treatment European Society of Gynaecologic Oncology’s quality standards
planning and staging of ovarian cancer (also funded by NIHR). in ovarian cancer surgery committee, the RSNA Programme
Committee and the ACR O-RADS steering committee. She has
Prof. Rockall has authored or co-authored more than 100 pub- also served as Chair of the ESR Statutes and Rules Subcommit-
lications in peer-reviewed journals, three books and numerous tee and as a member of the ESR Membership Subcommittee.
book chapters.
Prof. Rockall has received many distinctions for her work, includ-
She was president of the International Cancer Imaging Society ing the Outstanding Teacher Award from the International
for 2015 and is a council member of the British Gynaecologic Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine in 2014.
Cancer Society. She is also currently a member of the RCR
Steering Group for Cancer Imaging and Reporting, and she At ECR 2016, Prof. Rockall will present the Wilhelm Conrad
chairs the Female Pelvic Imaging Working Group for the Euro- Röntgen Honorary Lecture, titled ‘Imaging the invisible killer:
pean Society of Urogenital Radiology. towards personalisation of ovarian cancer care’.

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HONORARY LECTURERS

Valérie Vilgrain
Clichy/FR
Honorary Lecturer

University Hospital, an institution well known for its expertise


and outstanding clinicians in abdominal diseases. She subspe-
cialised in the gastrointestinal tract, with a special focus on liver,
biliary and pancreatic diseases, an area that still fascinates her
to this day.

Her major research interests are diagnostic and interventional


imaging of the liver, pancreas and bile ducts, focusing on multi-
detector CT, MRI, contrast-enhanced ultrasound and functional
imaging.

In addition, Prof. Vilgrain is involved in several on-going research


projects, and she is the principal investigator of the SARAH trial,
which aims to compare SorAfenib, the reference treatment of
advanced hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC), against radioembo-
lisation. She is also involved in a combined academic/company
project on HCC, which aims to develop imaging solutions for
In recognition of her contribution to abdominal better patient management.
imaging and commitment to the advancement
of radiology, Professor Valérie Vilgrain from She has authored or co-authored 332 articles original articles,
Clichy, France, has been invited to give the Josef mainly on abdominal imaging, and co-edited 30 books on
Lissner Honorary Lecture, titled ‘Liver imaging: abdominal imaging.
where do we stand now?’ at ECR 2016. Prof. Vilgrain holds membership of many societies, including
the European Society of Radiology (ESR), the Radiological
Society of North America (RSNA) and the European Society
Valérie Vilgrain is chair of the radiology department at Beaujon of Gastrointestinal and Abdominal Radiology (ESGAR).
University Hospital in Clichy and full professor of radiology at
Paris Diderot University – Paris 7, France. She has served as vice-chairperson of the French Radiological
Society and chairperson of the Education Programme Com-
She obtained her medical degree from René Descartes Univer- mittee for the society’s annual meeting. She serves on several
sity in Paris in 1985. She then did a residency in internal medicine, committees for the European Congress of Radiology and chairs
neurology and radiology at Paris University. the RSNA Regional Committee for Europe.

Prof. Vilgrain chose to subspecialise in chest and abdominal At ECR 2016, Prof. Vilgrain will present the Josef Lissner Hon-
diseases, and completed a fellowship in radiology at Beaujon orary Lecture, titled ‘Liver imaging: where do we stand now?’

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ESR EXECUTIVE COUNCIL

BOARD OF DIRECTORS
President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Luis Donoso Bach; Barcelona/ES
1st Vice-President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Paul M. Parizel; Antwerp/BE
2nd Vice-President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bernd Hamm; Berlin/DE
Past President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lorenzo Bonomo; Rome/IT

COMMITTEE CHAIRS
Communication and External Affairs Committee Chairperson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Boris Brkljačić; Zagreb/HR
ECR 2016 Congress Committee Chairperson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Katrine Riklund; Umeå/SE
ECR 2017 Programme Planning Committee Chairperson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Paul M. Parizel; Antwerp/BE
Education Committee Chairperson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Laura Oleaga; Barcelona/ES
Finance and Internal Affairs Committee Chairperson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Michael Fuchsjäger; Graz/AT
National Societies Committee Chairperson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Deniz Akata; Ankara/TR
Publications Committee Chairperson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lorenzo E. Derchi; Genoa/IT
Quality; Safety and Standards Committee Chairperson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E. Jane Adam; London/UK
Research Committee Chairperson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hans-Ulrich Kauczor; Heidelberg/DE
Subspecialties and Allied Sciences Committee Chairperson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Catherine M. Owens; London/UK

NON-VOTING
Director of the European School of Radiology (ESOR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nicholas Gourtsoyiannis; Athens/GR
Executive Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Peter Baierl; Vienna/AT

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Chairperson (Congress President) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . K. Riklund; Umeå/SE


ESR President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L. Donoso Bach; Barcelona/ES
ESR 1st Vice-President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P.M. Parizel; Antwerp/BE
ESR Executive Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P. Baierl; Vienna/AT
Chairperson of the Finance and Internal Affairs Committee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M.H. Fuchsjäger; Graz/AT
Chairperson of the Publications Committee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L.E. Derchi; Genoa/IT

PROGRAMME PLANNING COMMITTEE

POSTGRADUATE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMME E³ – RISING STARS PROGRAMME

Chairperson: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H.-U. Kauczor; Heidelberg/DE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Szczerbo-Trojanowska; Lublin/PL


Members: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R.G.H. Beets-Tan; Maastricht/NL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J. Camps Herrero; Valencia/ES CASES OF THE DAY
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Dewey; Berlin/DE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J. Vilar; Valencia/ES
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H.B. Eggesbø; Oslo/NO
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A.J. Grainger; Leeds/UK
EFOMP REPRESENTATIVE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Haliloglu; Ankara/TR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D.R. Kool; Nijmegen/NL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A. Torresin; Milan/IT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C. Malamateniou; London/UK
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .R. Pozzi-Mucelli; Verona/IT ESMRMB REPRESENTATIVE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .P. Puech; Lille/FR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E.R. Danielsen; Copenhagen/DK
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D.K. Tsetis; Iraklion/GR

IMAGE INTERPRETATION QUIZ


SCIENTIFIC PAPERS
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A.G. Rockall; London/UK
Chairperson: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B. Brkljačić; Zagreb/HR
Members: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P.E. Andersen; Odense/DK
JUNIOR IMAGE INTERPRETATION QUIZ
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I. Arkhipova; Moscow/RU
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P.-Y. Marcy; Ollioules/FR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .F. Arnberg; Stockholm/SE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A.C. Offiah; Sheffield/UK
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A.P. Parkar; Bergen/NO EVALUATION
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H.-P. Schlemmer; Heidelberg/DE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S. Zackrisson; Malmö/SE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M.H. Fuchsjäger; Graz/AT

EPOS EDITOR ESR EDUCATION COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSON

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M.I. Argyropoulou; Ioannina/GR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L. Oleaga Zufiría: Barcelona/ES

E³ – EUROPEAN EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION E-LEARNING EDITORS


E³ – ECR ACADEMIES: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Maas; Amsterdam/NL
Modern imaging in Colorectal Cancer . L.K. Blomqvist; Stockholm/SE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .S. Barter; Cambridge/UK
Neuroradiology: from Morphology to Function . P.M. Parizel; Antwerp/BE
Modern Cardiac Imaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . V.E. Sinitsyn; Moscow/RU ESR QUALITY, SAFETY AND
Diagnostic Urogenital Radiology . . . . . . . . . . . . H.C. Thoeny; Berne/CH STANDARDS COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSON
Interactive Teaching Sessions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M.G. Mack; Munich/DE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E.J. Adam; London/UK

ESR PUBLICATIONS COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSON

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L.E. Derchi, Genoa/IT

ESR SUBSPECIALTIES AND


ALLIED SCIENCES COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSON

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C. Owens; London/UK

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ABDOMINAL AND GASTROINTESTINAL CARDIAC


The ESR would like to thank ESGAR for their cooperation on this subcommittee The ESR would like to thank the ESCR for their cooperation on this subcommittee

Chairpersons: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M.A. Bali; Brussels/BE Chairperson: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F. Cademartiri; Rotterdam/NL


. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A. Laghi; Latina/IT
Members: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P. Croisille; Saint-Etienne/FR
Abdominal Viscera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .P. Donato; Coimbra/PT
Members: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J.R. Ayuso; Barcelona/ES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A. Kallifatidis; Thessaloniki/GR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A. Blachar; Tel Aviv/IL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . G.I. Kirova-Nedialkova; Sofia/BG
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A. Hatzidakis; Iraklion/GR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C. Loewe; Vienna/AT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S.A. Jackson; Plymouth/UK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .K. Nikolaou; Tübingen/DE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Karcaaltincaba; Ankara/TR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R.J. Perea; Barcelona/ES
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T.C. Lauenstein; Essen/DE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . G. Roditi; Glasgow/UK
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Lewin-Zeitoun; Villejuif/FR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S.D. Rud; St. Petersburg/RU
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R. Manfredi; Verona/IT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P. Stolzmann; Zurich/CH
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . V. Maniatis; Aabenraa/DK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .M. Urbanczyk-Zawadzka; Krakow/PL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S. Phoa; Amsterdam/NL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P.M.A. van Ooijen; Groningen/NL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .M. Staunton; Cork/IE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .J. Venancio; Lisbon/PT CHEST
The ESR would like to thank ESTI for their cooperation on this subcommittee
GI Tract
Chairperson: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M.-P. Revel; Paris/FR
Members: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .S. Aasen; Oslo/NO
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . V. Cappendijk; ‘s Hertogenbosch/NL
Members: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L. Bakon; Warsaw/PL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C. Hoeffel; Reims/FR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . O. Buckley; Dublin/IE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C. Kölblinger; Ried im Innkreis/AT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A. Devaraj; London/UK
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . U. Korman; Istanbul/TR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T. Frauenfelder; Zurich/CH
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Laniado; Dresden/DE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I. Hartmann; Rotterdam/NL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R. Maksimović; Belgrade/RS
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N. Karabulut; Denizli/TR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Ramalho; Almada/PT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E. Mershina; Moscow/RU
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .J. Rimola; Barcelona/ES
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A. Persson; Linköping/SE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S. Terraz; Geneva/CH
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Regier; Hamburg/DE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D.J.M. Tolan; Leeds/UK
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N. Sverzellati; Parma/IT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C. Weninger; Arvika/SE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D. Tack; Baudour/BE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J. Vilar; Valencia/ES
BREAST
The ESR would like to thank EUSOBI for their cooperation on this subcommittee
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
Chairperson: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C.S. Balleyguier; Villejuif/FR The ESR would like to thank EuSoMII for their cooperation on this subcommittee

Chairperson: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D. Regge; Turin/IT


Members: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Bernathova; Vienna/AT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . K. Borbely; Budapest/HU
Members: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I. Bricault; Grenoble/FR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E.J. Cornford; Nottingham/UK
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. de Bruijne; Rotterdam/NL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E.M. Fallenberg; Berlin/DE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E. Kotter; Freiburg/DE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .K. Kinkel; Chêne-Bougeries/CH
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S. Morozov; Moscow/RU
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P. Panizza; Milan/IT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P. Pokieser; Vienna/AT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R.M. Pijnappel; Utrecht/NL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R. Salvador; Barcelona/ES
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L.J. Pina Insausti; Pamplona/ES

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MOLECULAR IMAGING INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY


The ESR would like to thank ESMOFIR for their cooperation on this subcommittee The ESR would like to thank CIRSE for their cooperation on this subcommittee

Chairperson: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . X. Montet; Geneva/CH Chairperson: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D. Filippiadis; Athens/GR

Members: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C. Cyran; Munich/DE Members: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L. Crocetti; Pisa/IT


. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. de Jong; Rotterdam/NL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A. Denys; Lausanne/CH
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S. Fanti; Bologna/IT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A. Dimopoulou; Uppsala/SE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L. Fournier; Paris/FR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C. Georgiades; Nicosia/CY
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T.H. Helbich; Vienna/AT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T.K. Helmberger; Munich/DE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W. Jaschke; Innsbruck/AT
GENITOURINARY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . V. McDermott; Cork/IE
The ESR would like to thank ESUR for their cooperation on this subcommittee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .G.J. Munneke; London/UK
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . O. Pellerin; Paris/FR
Chairperson: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R. Forstner; Salzburg/AT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .B. Peynircioglu; Ankara/TR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M.A.A.J. van den Bosch; Utrecht/NL
Members: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C.D. Alt; Düsseldorf/DE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Wojtaszek; Warsaw/PL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P. De Visschere; Ghent/BE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . O. Donati; Zurich/CH
MUSCULOSKELETAL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M.L. Lobo; Lisbon/PT
The ESR would like to thank the ESSR for their cooperation on this subcommittee
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C. Nicolau; Barcelona/ES
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . O. Nikolic; Novi Sad/RS Chairperson: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Maas; Amsterdam/NL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J. Rørvik; Bergen/NO
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . O. Rouvière; Lyon/FR Members: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A. Alcalá-Galiano; Madrid/ES
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Studniarek; Gdansk/PL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . G. Andreisek; Zurich/CH
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M.R. Torkzad; Milford/UK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A. Barile; L’Aquila/IT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A. Tsili; Ioannina/GR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C. Cyteval; Montpellier/FR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Valentino; Udine/IT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E.E. Drakonaki; Iraklion/GR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .I.-M. Noebauer-Huhmann; Vienna/AT
HEAD AND NECK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A.P. Parkar; Bergen/NO
The ESR would like to thank the ESHNR for their cooperation on this subcommittee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .P. Robinson; Leeds/UK
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .M. Shahabpour; Brussels/BE
Chairperson: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R. Kohler; Sion/CH
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . V. Vasilevska Nikodinovska; Skopje/MK
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A. Vieira; Porto/PT
Members: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J. Frühwald-Pallamar; Vienna/AT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M.-A. Weber; Heidelberg/DE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D. Haba; Iasi/RO
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A. Koltowska; Wroclaw/PL
NEURO
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Lell; Erlangen/DE
The ESR would like to thank the ESNR for their cooperation on this subcommittee
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A. Lo Casto; Palermo/IT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E. Loney; Darlington/UK Chairperson: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T.A. Yousry; London/UK
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S. Steens; Nijmegen/NL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D.-A. Varoquaux; Marseille/FR Members: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C. Calli; Izmir/TR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A. Dörfler; Erlangen/DE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P. Due-TØnnessen; Oslo/NO
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S. Gerevini; Milan/IT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M.A. Lucic; Sremska Kamenica/RS
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L. Pierot; Reims/FR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A. Ramos; Madrid/ES
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B.F. Schuknecht; Zurich/CH
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . K. Surlan Popovič; Ljubljana/SI
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L. van den Hauwe; Antwerp/BE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M.P. Wattjes; Amsterdam/NL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D. Zlatareva; Sofia/BG

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PAEDIATRIC VASCULAR
The ESR would like to thank the ESPR for their cooperation on this subcommittee The ESR would like to thank CIRSE for their cooperation on this subcommittee

Chairperson: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Raissaki; Iraklion/GR Chairperson: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L.P. Lawler; Dublin/IE

Members: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .S. Franchi-Abella; Le Kremlin-Bicêtre/FR Members: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D. Brisbois; Liège/BE


. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S. Hanquinet; Geneva/CH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Burrel; Barcelona/ES
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P.D. Humphries; London/UK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C. Engelke; Göttingen/DE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D. Kljucevsek; Ljubljana/SI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P.N.M. Lohle; Tilburg/NL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . G.M. Magnano; Genoa/IT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F. Melchiorre; Milan/IT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .H.-J. Mentzel; Jena/DE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T. Pfammatter; Zurich/CH
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R.A.J. Nievelstein; Utrecht/NL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R. Uberoi; Oxford/UK
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E. Sorantin; Graz/AT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P. Vilares Morgado; Porto/PT

PHYSICS IN RADIOLOGY ONCOLOGIC IMAGING


The ESR would like to thank EFOMP for their cooperation on this subcommittee The ESR would like to thank ESOI for their cooperation on this subcommittee

Chairperson: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T. Beyer; Vienna/AT Chairperson: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . V.J. Goh; London/UK

Member: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C.J. Caruana; Msida/MT Members: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . K. Coenegrachts; Bruges/BE


. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J. Damilakis; Iraklion/GR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J.J. Fütterer; Nijmegen/NL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .V. Gershan; Skopje/MK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C. Johnston; Dublin/IE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .P. Gilligan; Dublin/IE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I.G. Lupescu; Bucharest/RO
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Kachelrieß; Heidelberg/DE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P.K. Prassopoulos; Alexandroupoli/GR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D.J. Lurie; Aberdeen/UK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A.E. Sundin; Stockholm/SE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A. Trianni; Udine/IT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .G. Zamboni; Verona/IT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F. Zanca; Leuven/BE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C.J. Zech; Basle/CH

RADIOGRAPHERS EMERGENCY RADIOLOGY


The ESR would like to thank the EFRS for their cooperation on this subcommittee The ESR would like to thank ESER for their cooperation on this subcommittee

Chairpersons: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I.M. Björkman-Burtscher; Lund/SE Chairperson: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H. Alkadhi; Zurich/CH


. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C. Malamateniou; London/UK
Members: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .J.M. Artigas; Zaragoza/ES
Members: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P. Bezzina; Msida/MT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R. Basilico; Chieti/IT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S.J. Foley; Dublin/IE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F.H. Berger; Amsterdam/NL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N. Mekiš; Ljubljana/SI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J.B. Dormagen; Oslo/NO
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H. Precht; Odense/DK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H. Eklof; Uppsala/SE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J. Santos; Coimbra/PT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P. Ilves; Tartu/EE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .V. Syrgiamiotis; Athens/GR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E. Schouman-Claeys; Paris/FR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S. Wirth; Munich/DE

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E³ – EUROPEAN EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION MINI COURSE

E³ – Rising Stars Programme: Joint Course of ESR and RSNA


. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Szczerbo-Trojanowska; Lublin/PL (Radiological Society of North America):
Case-Based Diagnosis Training . . . . . . . . . . . . K.M. Friedrich; Vienna/AT Emergency Radiology
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S. Robinson; Vienna/AT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .U. Linsenmaier; Munich/DE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A. Palkó; Szeged/HU
E³ – European Diploma Prep Sessions: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Smits; Rotterdam/NL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B. Ertl-Wagner; Munich/DE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R.J. Zagoria; San Francisco, CA/US

E³ – The Beauty of Basic Knowledge: MULTIDISCIPLINARY SESSIONS


Breast Imaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J. Camps Herrero; Valencia/ES
Sports injuries:
Chest Imaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N. Howarth; Chêne-Bougeries/CH
diagnosis and management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Padrón; Madrid/ES
Pancreatic cancer:
E³ – ECR Academies:
radiological diagnosis and treatment . . . L. Grenacher; Heidelberg/DE
Modern imaging in Colorectal Cancer . L.K. Blomqvist; Stockholm/SE
Uterine myomas:
Neuroradiology:
radiological diagnosis and treatment . . . . . . . . . A.-M. Belli; London/UK
from Morphology to Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . P.M. Parizel; Antwerp/BE
Modern Cardiac Imaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . V.E. Sinitsyn; Moscow/RU
PROS AND CONS SESSION
Diagnostic Urogenital Radiology . . . . . . . . . . . . H.C. Thoeny; Berne/CH
Interactive Teaching Sessions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M.G. Mack; Munich/DE Risks and benefits
of reporting incidental findings . . . . . . . . S. Weckbach; Heidelberg/DE
E³ – Master Classes:
Abdominal and Gastrointestinal CLINICAL TRIALS IN RADIOLOGY
(ESGAR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M.A. Bali; Brussels/BE, A. Laghi; Latina/IT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Dewey; Berlin/DE
Breast (EUSOBI) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C.S. Balleyguier; Villejuif/FR
Cardiac (ESCR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F. Cademartiri; Rotterdam/NL
Chest (ESTI) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M.-P. Revel; Paris/FR
Molecular Imaging (ESMOFIR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . X. Montet; Geneva/CH
Genitourinary (ESUR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R. Forstner; Salzburg/AT
Head and Neck (ESHNR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R. Kohler; Sion/CH
Interventional Radiology (CIRSE) . . . . . . . . . . D. Filippiadis; Athens/GR
Musculoskeletal (ESSR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Maas; Amsterdam/NL
Neuro (ESNR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T.A. Yousry; London/UK
Paediatric (ESPR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Raissaki; Iraklion/GR
Vascular (CIRSE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L.P. Lawler; Dublin/IE
Oncologic Imaging (ESOI) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . V.J. Goh; London/UK
Emergency Radiology (ESER) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H. Alkadhi; Zurich/CH

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E³ 121 RC 101 NH 1 RC 105 EuroSafe RC 110 RC 102 RC 104 RC 113 RC 111 RC 107 RC 106 RC 109 RC 117 E³ 126
08:30- E³ - ECR GI Tract New Horizons Computer Imaging Musculo- Breast Chest Physics in Neuro Genitourinary 08:30- Molecular Interventional Emergency E³ - ECR 08:30-
09:00 Academies: Assessing Session Applications Session 1 skeletal Breast Pneumonia Radiology Toxic brain Pitfalls in 09:00 Imaging Radiology Radiology Master Class 09:00
Interactive inflammation New frontiers Daily use Low-dose The elbow: a ultrasound Single-dual- disorders gynaecologic Molecular Image fusion Abdominal Cardiac CT
Teaching and fibrosis in imaging of of mobile research comprehen- 2016 multi-energy oncologic imaging: for image- trauma: does and new
09:00- Session in Crohn’s vascular wall devices in in medical sive approach CT imaging: how 09:00- what can we guided it bleed, interventions 09:00-
Head
09:30 ‘and neck
disease and plaque radiology radiation to avoid them 09:30 quantify? interventions will it start 09:30
protection and minimise bleeding or
cancer after risks is something
09:30- treatment: 09:30- else leaking? 09:30-
what you
10:00 need to know 10:00 10:00
VoE 1
10:00- The Voice of 10:00- 10:00-
10:30 EPOS™ 10:30 10:30
Abdominal/GI
E³ 221 SS 201a SS 202 SS 206 SS 201b SS 203a SY 1a SS 215 SS 210 SS 211a SS 216a SS 213 SS 204 SS 209 SS 214 SS 207 SS 208 SS 212 SS 203b SS 216b SS 211b
10:30- E³ - ECR Abdominal Breast Molecular Gastro- Cardiac Joint Satellite Vascular Musculo- Neuro Oncologic Physics in Chest Interventional Radiogra- Genitourinary 10:30- Head and Paediatric Cardiac Oncologic Neuro 10:30-
11:00 Academies: Viscera Breast biopsy Imaging intestinal Cardio- Symposium* Vasculopathy: skeletal Paediatric and Imaging Radiology Pulmonary Radiology phers Technical 11:00 Neck Brain and The evolving Imaging Gadolinium 11:00
Interactive Pancreas and PET/CT Tract myopathies form and Trauma and epilepsy Hepatocellular CT imaging: vessels and Ablation Radiog- advances Orbits and neck role of cardiac Advanced deposition
Teaching bile ducts and MR in A guided tour (1) function inflammation cancer: char- effects of perfusion outside the raphers’ VoE 2 olfaction CT imaging and trauma
11:00- Session oncology through the GI acterisation, body size liver education: the The Voice of 11:00- methods (2) 11:00-
11:30 Unexpected tract response and and use of curriculum EPOS™ 11:30 11:30
findings recurrence iterative Breast
on brain MRI reconstruction
11:30- 11:30- 11:30-
12:00 12:00 12:00
VoE 3
12:00- The Voice of 12:00- 12:00-
12:30 SY 1b EPOS™ 12:30 12:30
Joint Satellite Italian
E³ 24A Symposium* E³ 25A CTiR 1
12:30- E³ - The Beauty
SY 2 SY 3 SY 4
E³ - The Beauty Clinical Trials 12:30- 12:30-
Satellite Satellite Satellite
13:00 of Basic of Basic in Radiology 13:00 13:00
Knowledge: Symposium* Symposium* Symposium*
Knowledge:
Breast Imaging Chest Imaging VoE 4
13:00- Breast Useful signs The Voice of 13:00- 13:00-
ultrasound: in chest
13:30 a primer radiology
EPOS™ 13:30 13:30
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SS 301a SS 302 SS 305 SS 301b SS 303a SY 1c SS 315 SS 310 SS 311a SS 316 SS 313 SS 304 SS 309 SS 314 SS 307 VoE 5 SS 308 SS 312 SS 303b SS 311b SS 311c
14:00- Abdominal Breast Computer Gastro- Cardiac Joint Satellite Vascular Musculo- Neuro Oncologic Physics in Chest Interventional Radiogra- Genitourinary The Voice of 14:00- Head and Paediatric Cardiac Neuro Neuro 14:00-
14:30 Viscera Breast Applications intestinal Cardio- Symposium* Peripheral skeletal Cerebral Imaging Radiology Lung MRI Radiology phers Prostate EPOS™ 14:30 Neck Thorax and CT perfusion Dementia Neurovascular 14:30
Liver metas- innovation, Developing Tract myopathies arteries: Ultrasound tumours (1) Dealing with Radiation risk Musculo- CT parame- cancer: French Salivary musculoskeletal interventions
tases: biomarkers tools for Colon (2) imaging and metastatic assessment skeletal ters: juggling targeted glands, neck, (1)
14:30- detection, clinical therapy disease and or struggling? biopsy and 14:30- parathyroid 14:30-
15:00 characteri- workflow awareness” beyond 15:00 15:00
sation and management
treatment VoE 6
15:00- response The Voice of 15:00- 15:00-
15:30 assessment EPOS™ 15:30 15:30
Arabic

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16:00 16:00 16:00
E³ 426a NH 4 RC 412 RC 408 SY 1d RC 410 EuroSafe RC 416 RC 402 RC 404 RC 413 E³ 419 E³ 426b VoE 7 RC 415 RC 403 RC 409 RC 417 PS 427
16:00- E³ - ECR Mas- New Horizons Paediatric Head and Joint Satellite Musculoskel- Imaging Oncologic Breast Chest Physics in E³ - ECR E³ - ECR The Voice of 16:00- Vascular Cardiac Interventional Emergency Pros & Cons 16:00-
16:30 ter Class Session Chest imaging Neck Symposium* etal Session 2 Imaging Radio- Pulmonary Radiology Academies: Master Class EPOS™ 16:30 Basic Imaging of Radiology Radiology Session 16:30
A tour around Big data: in paediatrics Head and Bone trauma EuroSafe Evaluating pathological embolism Artefacts Neuroradiol- MR-targeted Chest principles of cardiac valves: Basic ‘Special Risks and
cholangiopa- why should neck imaging: in the axial Imaging lymph node correlation: - persistent and pitfalls in ogy: focal therapies varicose vein new trends principles of patients’ benefits of
16:30- thies radiologists don’t sell your skeleton: Alliance & involvement: more controversies tomography from Mor- for prostate 16:30- diagnosis and percutaneous in the reporting 16:30-
17:00 care? ultrasound patterns of Campaign - an impossible important phology to cancer 17:00 endovascular tumour emergency incidental 17:00
yet! injury what is new? task? than you Function treatment ablation room: when findings
and how I de- thought Functional MRI and how to
17:00- scribe them of the brain 17:00- image them? 17:00-
opens new
17:30 horizons
17:30 17:30

17:45–19:00 Room A: Opening Ceremony / Presentation of Honorary Members Technical Exhibition: EXPO First Level (Gallery): 14:00–17:00

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TODAY’S
HIGHLIGHTS
E1 E2 F1 F2 ECR Online M1
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E³ 521 RC 501 SF 5 RC 512 RC 508 PC 5 NH 5 RC 510 SA 5 RC 516 RC 504 RC 513 E³ 519 E³ - Rising E³ 526 RC 503 RC 509 MC 528 E³ 522
08:30- E³ - ECR Abdominal Special Focus Paediatric Head and Professional New Horizons Musculo- State of Oncologic Chest Physics in E³ - ECR Stars 08:30- E³ - ECR Cardiac Interventional Joint Course E³ - ECR 08:30-
09:00 Academies: Viscera Session Imaging of Neck Challenges Session skeletal the Art Imaging HRCT - Radiology Academies: Programme 09:00 Master Class Novel ways Radiology of ESR Academies: 09:00

Wednesday, March 2
Interactive The many Taking foetus and Pathways Session Imaging Inflammatory Symposium A multidis- patterns How to Neuroradiol­ Basic 1: Perfusion to assess Imaging and and RSNA: Diagnostic
Teaching faces of imaging to the infant for tumour Personalised beyond arthritis: Abdominal ciplinary in chest assess and ogy: from Neuroradiology: VoE 8 imaging myocardial endovascular Emergency Urogenital
09:00- Session benign cloud spread radiology: morphology beyond the diffusion- approach radiology: communicate Morphology Brain The Voice of 09:00- tissue treatment of Radiology Radiology 09:00-
09:30 Integrating liver lesions myth or radiograph weighted to prostate back to basics examination to Function EPOS™ 09:30 pulmonary Abdominal Retroperi- 09:30
diagnostic reality? imaging cancer: can and beyond risks to Advanced Head and embolism emergencies toneum and
tools (DWI): an we make a patients and imaging tech- Neck adrenals
Room A OPENING CEREMONY 09:30- in breast update difference? referring niques in brain 09:30- 09:30-
17:45–19:00 Prof. Donoso & Prof. Riklund 10:00 imaging physicians? tumours 10:00 10:00
officially open ECR 2016
VoE 9
Presentation of Honorary Members 10:00- The Voice of 10:00- 10:00-
Musical Entertainment by 10:30 EPOS™ 10:30 10:30
Martin Grubinger Emergency
E³ 621 SS 601a SS 602a SS 605 SS 601b SS 603 SS 607a SS 615 SS 610a SS 611 SS 616 SS 617 SS 602b SS 609 SS 610b E³ - Rising SS 608 SS 607b SS 604 MC 628 E³ 622
10:30- E³ - ECR Abdominal Breast Computer Gastro- Cardiac Genitourinary Vascular Musculo- Neuro Oncologic Emergency Breast Interventional Musculo- Stars 10:30- Head and Genitourinary Chest Joint Course E³ - ECR 10:30-
Room O NH 1 New frontiers in imaging of 11:00 Academies: Viscera Breast Applications intestinal Evolving Female pelvis Optimising skeletal Cerebrovascu- Imaging Radiology Breast Radiology skeletal Programme 11:00 Neck New frontiers: Spectral CT, of ESR Academies: 11:00
Interactive Chronic liver MRI: new Image Tract techniques vascular Body compo- lar disease (1) Advanced Cardiothoracic ultrasound Non-vascular Cartilage Basic 2: Pre- and urolithiasis advanced CT and RSNA: Diagnostic
08:30–10:00 vascular wall and plaque Teaching disease and sequences processing Multi- imaging sition imaging emergencies techniques in assessment Head and post-operative and renal analysis and Emergency Urogenital
VoE 10
11:00- Session primary liver and techniques modality techniques methods (1) the abdomen neck imaging The Voice of 11:00- imaging in function emphysema Radiology Radiology 11:00-
11:30 Cardiac CT: tumours applications (1) imaging of EPOS™ 11:30 oncology Chest Kidney 11:30
Room L8 EuroSafe Imaging Session 1 from Crohn’s Genitourinary emergencies
08:30–10:00 Low-dose research in medical stenosis disease
11:30- assessment 11:30- 11:30-
radiation protection to risk
12:00 12:00 12:00
stratification

Room D2 CTiR 1 Clinical Trials in Radiology VoE 11


12:00- The Voice of 12:00- 12:00-
12:30–13:30
12:30 HL 1 EPOS™ 12:30 12:30
Headline Chinese
Session E³ 24B SY 5 SY 6 SY 7 SY 8 E³ 25B CTiR 2 SY 10 SY 9 SY 11 SY 12
Room C NH 4 Big data: why should radiologists care? 12:30- E³ - The Beauty
Satellite Satellite Satellite Satellite E³ - The Beauty Clinical Trials Satellite Satellite 12:30- Satellite Satellite 12:30-
16:00–17:30 of Basic of Basic
13:00 Knowledge: RTF Quiz Symposium* Symposium* Symposium* Symposium* Knowledge: in Radiology Symposium* Symposium* 13:00 Symposium* Symposium* 13:00
Breast Imaging Radiology Chest Imaging
Cracking the Trainees How to avoid VoE 12
Room M 5 PS 427 Risks and benefits of reporting 13:00- mystery of Forum misdiagnosis The Voice of 13:00- 13:00-
13:30 needles and on the chest 13:30 13:30
16:00–17:30 incidental findings gauges x-ray
EPOS™
Oncology

13:30- 13:30- 13:30-


Room E2 EuroSafe Imaging Session 2
14:00 14:00 14:00
16:00–17:30 EuroSafe Imaging Alliance &
Campaign - what is new? E³ 721 SS 701a SS 702 SS 715 SS 701b ESOR EIBIR E³ - Rising SS 710 SS 711 SS 716 SS 713 SS 704 SS 717 SS 714 SS 707 VoE 13 SS 708 SS 701c SS 703 MC 728 E³ 722
14:00- E³ - ECR Abdominal Breast Vascular Gastro- Session Session 1 Stars Musculo- Neuro Oncologic Physics in Chest Emergency Radiogra- Genitourinary The Voice of 14:00- Head and Abdominal Cardiac Joint Course E³ - ECR 14:00-
14:30 Academies: Viscera Breast MRI- Endovascular intestinal Advancing Joint VPH- Programme skeletal Cerebrovascu- Imaging Radiology Lung cancer Radiology phers Prostate EPOS™ 14:30 Neck Viscera Epidemiology, of ESR Academies: 14:30
Interactive Functional DWI (1) therapies: Tract clinical PRISM/ Student Muscles lar disease (2) Whole body Innovations in Trauma of Quality issues cancer: Nordic Temporal Advances in CT prognosis and and RSNA: Diagnostic
Teaching imaging of what’s new? Advanced practice: ASSURE Session 1: imaging radiology the brain and in ultrasound routine and bone trials Emergency Urogenital
14:30- Session liver and imaging of the role of Session - from Breast body and CT novel MRI 14:30- Radiology Radiology 14:30-
15:00 Cardiac spleen oesophagus education screening techniques 15:00 CNS Emergencies 15:00
imaging and stomach to therapy: emergencies
innovative VoE 14
15:00- breast care The Voice of 15:00- 15:00-
15:30 concepts EPOS™ 15:30 15:30
Russian

15:30- 15:30- 15:30-


16:00 16:00 16:00

E³ 821 RC 801 SF 8a ESR Working RC 808 PC 8a E³ - Rising RC 810 MS 8 PC 8b SF 8b SF 8c SF 8d E³ 819 VoE 15 RC 815 RC 803 RC 809 MC 828 E³ 822
16:00- ACR Session 16:00- 16:00-
E³ - ECR GI Tract Special Focus Group on Head and Professional Stars Musculo- Multidiscipli- Professional Special Focus Special Focus Special Focus E³ - ECR Delivering The Voice of Vascular Cardiac Interventional Joint Course E³ - ECR
16:30 Academies: CT Session Ultrasound Neck Challenges Programme skeletal nary Session Challenges Session Session Session Academies: higher value EPOS™ 16:30 Carotid artery Imaging of Radiology of ESR Academies: 16:30
Interactive colonography Common Minimising Paediatric: Session Student Sports injuries Pancreat- Session Assessing Imaging in CT radiation Neuroradiol­ care in radiol- Abdominal/GI disease: heart failure Current trends and RSNA: Diagnostic
Teaching today mistakes in the risk of how we do Clinical Session 2: to the knee: ic cancer: An myocardium obesity dose ogy: from ogy: how to so what’s in transarterial Emergency Urogenital
16:30- Session breast transmitting head and neck decision Neuro improving my radiological introduction at-risk with optimisation: Morphology make it work 16:30- new? chemoemboli- Radiology Radiology 16:30-
17:00 Evaluation of imaging infections imaging in support (CDS) report diagnosis and to European MRI are we doing to Function in clinical 17:00 sation (TACE) General Upper and 17:00
practice -
patients with through children treatment Imaging enough? Cerebral blood and radioem- principles: lower urinary
perspectives
lung ultrasound: Biomarker flow quantifi- from the bolisation for paediatric tract
17:00- emphysema is current Alliance cation American 17:00- HCC and ENT 17:00-
17:30 practice (EIBALL) College of 17:30 emergencies 17:30
sufficient? Radiology

Registration: 07:30–18:00 Technical Exhibition: EXPO First Level (Gallery): 10:00–17:00

EPOS™ – Scientific Exhibition: 08:00–18:00 * Not CME accredited Technical Exhibition: EXPO Halls and EXPO Foyer D: 10:00–17:00

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FRIDAY, MARCH 4 FRIDAY, MARCH 4 FRIDAY, MARCH 4


TODAY’S
HIGHLIGHTS
E1 E2 F1 F2 ECR Online M1
A B C Z O N Studio 2016 L8 L2 D1 D2 G K M2 M3 M4 M5
Room/ Entrance Entrance Entrance Entrance & EPOS™ Room/ Entrance Room/
2nd Level 2nd Level 2nd Level 2nd Level 1st Level 1st Level 1st Level 1st Level 1st Level Lower Level Lower Level Lower Level Lower Level 1st Level 1st Level 1st Level 2nd Level
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E³ 921 RC 901 RC 912 E³ 920 PC 9a E³ - Rising PC 9b SF 9c RC 916 SF 9a RC 904 RC 914 E³ 919 EF 1 RC 906 RC 915 SF 9b RC 917 E³ 922
08:30- E³ - ECR Abdominal Paediatric E³ - ECR Professional Stars Professional Special Focus Oncologic Special Focus Chest Radiogra- E³ - ECR EFOMP 08:30- Molecular Vascular Special Focus Emergency E³ - ECR 08:30-
09:00 Academies: Viscera Hepatobiliary Academies: Challenges Programme Challenges Session Imaging Session Low dose phers Academies: Workshop: 09:00 Imaging Fixing a leaky Session Radiology Academies: 09:00
Radiation

Thursday, March 3
Interactive Hepatocellular imaging Modern Car- Session Student Session Brain hy- Diffusion- Breast and no-dose State-of-the- Neuroradiol­ Preclinical EVAR Imaging in the Acute pain: Diagnostic
Protection for
Teaching tumours in children diac Imaging Biobanks Session 3: Radiology ten persignals weighted density: how chest imaging: art breast ogy: from VoE 16 imaging as a presence of your friend Urogenital
09:00- the female 09:00- 09:00-
Session How to meet imaging Abdominal years from after repeated imaging (DWI) not to be opportunities imaging Morphology patient and The Voice of driver for orthopaedic and enemy in Radiology
09:30 Diagnostic quantify the and Gastroin- now: where gadolinium in oncology: confused? and limitations to Function female medi- EPOS™ 09:30 translational hardware emergency Gynaecology 09:30
evaluation of haemodynam- testinal will it be? administra- how I do it Functional cal staff Head and research: how radiology
bone tumours ic significance tions imaging of the Breast imag- Neck I do it
Room A WILHELM CONRAD RÖNTGEN 09:30- ing modalities 09:30- 09:30-
of coronary spine
12:15–12:45 HONORARY LECTURE 10:00 stenosis and radiation 10:00 10:00
Imaging the invisible killer: towards dose
personalisation of ovarian cancer care VoE 17
Andrea G. Rockall; London/UK 10:00- The Voice of 10:00- 10:00-
10:30 EPOS™ 10:30 10:30
Interventional
Room L8 NH 5 Imaging beyond morphology E³ 1021 EM 1 SS 1002 SS 1015 SS 1001a SS 1003 SS 1011a E³ - Rising SS 1010a SS 1011b SS 1016 SS 1001b SS 1004 SS 1009 SS 1014 EF 2 SS 1008 SS 1012 SS 1006 SS 1010b E³ 1022
10:30- E³ - ECR ESR meets Breast Vascular Gastro- Cardiac Neuro Stars Musculo- Neuro Oncologic Abdominal Chest Interventional Radiogra- EFOMP 10:30- Head and Paediatric Molecular Musculo- E³ - ECR 10:30-
08:30–10:00 11:00 Academies: the Nordic Breast MRI- Thoracic intestinal CT of the Neurovascular Programme skeletal Cerebrovascu- Imaging Viscera Imaging Radiology phers Workshop: 11:00 Neck Abdominal Imaging skeletal Academies: 11:00
Interactive Countries DWI (2) and aorta: novel Tract coronary interventions Student Oncology lar disease (3) Prostate and Hepatocellular methods: Liver ablation High dose Radiation Maxillofacial and foetal Advanced Hip and Diagnostic
Teaching Mammogra- various MRI imaging and Rectal cancer: arteries (2) Session 4: renal tract carcinoma: something antidotes Protection for VoE 18 imaging imaging hybrid shoulder Urogenital
Room E2 SA 5 Abdominal diffusion-weighted 11:00- Session phy in Nordic applications interventions staging and Student cancers: evaluation of old, the female The Voice of 11:00- imaging in Radiology 11:00-
08:30–10:00 imaging (DWI): an update 11:30 Emergency countries: restaging Projects advanced therapeutic something patient EPOS™ 11:30 oncology Prostate 11:30
radiology I screening and detection response new and female Musculo-
new develop- methods medical staff skeletal
Studio 2016 PC 5 Personalised radiology: 11:30- ments Pregnancy 11:30- 11:30-
12:00 and lactation 12:00 12:00
08:30–10:00 myth or reality?
VoE 19
12:00- The Voice of 12:00- 12:00-
Room D2 CTiR 2 Clinical Trials in Radiology
12:30 HL 2 MIR @ ECR EPOS™ 12:30 12:30
12:30–13:30 Headline Session 1 Turkish
Session E³ 24C SY 13 SY 14 SY 15 SY 16 SY 17 E³ 25C Commu- SY 19 SY 18 SY 20
12:30- E³ - The Beauty Satellite Satellite Satellite Satellite Joint Satellite E³ - The Beauty nication in Satellite Satellite 12:30- Satellite 12:30-
Room Z RTF Quiz 13:00 of Basic Symposium* Symposium* Symposium* Symposium* Symposium* of Basic radiology Symposium* Symposium* 13:00 Symposium* 13:00
12:30–13:30 Knowledge: Knowledge:
Breast Imaging Chest Imaging VoE 20
13:00- Breast cancer Reporting The Voice of 13:00- 13:00-
staging: chest radiology
Studio 2016 PC 8a Clinical Decision Support (CDS) 13:30 made easy
EPOS™ 13:30 13:30
why and how Neuro
16:00–17:30
13:30- 13:30- 13:30-
14:00 14:00 14:00
Room F1 PC 8b An introduction to European Imaging
16:00–17:30 Biomarkers Alliance (EIBALL) IIQ EM 4 SY 21 SY 22 SY 23 EIBIR MIR @ ECR SY 24 VoE 21 SY 25 Joint Session
14:00- Image EFRS meets Satellite Satellite Satellite Session 2 Session 2 Satellite The Voice of 14:00- Satellite of the ESR 14:00-
14:30 Interpretation Sweden Symposium* Symposium* Symposium* MITIGATE: Improving Symposium* EPOS™ 14:30 Symposium* and ESMRMB 14:30
Room E2 MS 8 Pancreatic cancer: Quiz The What does quality and Spanish Cardiac MRI
16:00–17:30 radiological diagnosis and treatment Imaging with professional it take to safety
14:30- the stars role of perform in radiology 14:30- 14:30-
15:00 Swedish clinical trials in 15:00 15:00
radiographers interventional
Room O ESR Working Group on Ultrasound in medical radiology? VoE 22
Minimising the risk of transmitting
16:00–17:30  15:00- imaging The Voice of 15:00- 15:00-
infections through ultrasound: 15:30 EPOS™ 15:30 15:30
is current practice sufficient? Japanese

15:30- 15:30- 15:30-


16:00 16:00 16:00

E³ 1221 Joint Session E³ 1218 EDiR talk RC 1212 E³ 1220 RC 1207 EIBIR RC 1210 RC 1216 PC 12a RC 1204 MIR @ ECR RC 1211 E³ - Rising VoE 23 EuroSafe E³ 1226a E³ 1226b E³ 1226c PC 12b
16:00- E³ - ECR of the ESR E³ - ECR What you Paediatric E³ - ECR Genitourinary Session 3 Musculo- Oncologic Professional Chest Session 3 Neuro Stars The Voice of 16:00- Imaging E³ - ECR E³ - ECR E³ - ECR Professional 16:00-
16:30 Academies: and the Academies: should know Key issues Academies: MRI for Gateway to skeletal Imaging Challenges Occupational Improving Cerebrovascu- Programme EPOS™ 16:30 Session 3 Master Class Master Class Master Class Challenges 16:30
Interactive EANM Modern about the in paediatric Modern gynaecologic European Systemic New insights Session lung diseases: radiology lar disease Basic 3: Genitourinary Joint Session Interventional Expanding Whole body Session
Teaching Hybrid Imaging in EDiR imaging Cardiac imaging: how funding for disease: in bone Compre- the known departments Interventional of the ESR radiology for horizons in CT in trauma How to
16:30- Session imaging: Colorectal Imaging I do it research what to look tumour hensive and the less radiology: 16:30- and HERCA: deep venous paediatric patients become the 16:30-
17:00 Use of radiology Cancer Essentials projects for in the imaging cardiothoracic known tumour 17:00 the new EU- thrombosis imaging undergradu- 17:00
staging and and nuclear Rectal cancer: of modern musculoskele- radiology: the ablation BSS Directive (DVT): ready ate teacher
classification medicine update on imaging tal system way to go? - a step for prime you always
17:00- systems organ saving in cardiac 17:00- forward to time? wanted to be 17:00-
17:30 treatments diseases 17:30 patient safety 17:30

Registration: 07:30–18:00 Technical Exhibition: EXPO First Level (Gallery): 10:00–17:00

EPOS™ – Scientific Exhibition: 08:00–18:00 * Not CME accredited Technical Exhibition: EXPO Halls and EXPO Foyer D: 10:00–17:00

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TODAY’S
HIGHLIGHTS
E1 E2 F1 F2 ECR Online M1
A B C Z O N Studio 2016 L8 L2 D1 D2 G K M2 M3 M4 M5
Room/ Entrance Entrance Entrance Entrance & EPOS™ Room/ Entrance Room/
2nd Level 2nd Level 2nd Level 2nd Level 1st Level 1st Level 1st Level 1st Level 1st Level Lower Level Lower Level Lower Level Lower Level 1st Level 1st Level 1st Level 2nd Level
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E³ 1321 RC 1301 E³ 1318 SF 13a RC 1312 RC 1308 RC 1307 ESR-PAG 1 SF 13b SF 13c E³ 1323 RC 1302 SF 13d RC 1314 RC 1311 E³ - Rising
08:30- E³ - ECR Abdominal E³ - ECR Special Focus Paediatric Head and Genitourinary ESR Patient Special Focus Special Focus E³ - European Breast Special Focus Radiogra- Neuro Stars 08:30- 08:30-
09:00 Academies: Viscera Academies: Session Imaging Neck Lessons I Advisory Group Session Session Diploma Prep Tailoring Session phers Reporting the Programme 09:00 09:00

Friday, March 4
Interactive IgG4-related Modern MR/PET: role children with Pitfalls in learned from Patient-centred Cholangio- Non-alcoholic Session breast cancer Severe trauma Enhancing degenerative Basic 4:
Teaching disease: what Imaging in in oncology cancer interpretation mistakes in care in clinical carcinoma: fatty liver Cardiac and screening to patients: research in lumbar spine Musculo- VoE 24
09:00- Session is it and what Colorectal of kidney and radiology: do an update disease vascular risk level myths, radiography: a skeletal: The Voice of 09:00- 09:00-
09:30 MR imaging do I need to Cancer head and neck adrenal we really put (NAFLD) realities and change trauma EPOS™ 09:30 09:30
in sports know? Colon cancer: disease imaging our patients future of culture Neuro
medicine I staging and first?
Room A JOSEF LISSNER HONORARY LECTURE 09:30- restaging of 09:30- 09:30-
12:15–12:45 Liver imaging: where do we stand now? 10:00 local disease 10:00 10:00
Valérie Vilgrain; Clichy/FR
VoE 25
10:00- The Voice of 10:00- 10:00-
10:30 EPOS™ 10:30 10:30
Studio 2016 PC 9a Biobanks meet imaging Breast
08:30–10:00 E³ 1421 EM 2 SS 1402a SS 1406 TF 1 RC 1405 SS 1407 ESR-PAG 2 SS 1410 SS 1411a E³ 1423 SS 1401 SS 1404 SS 1409 SS 1414 E³ - Rising SS 1408 SS 1416 SS 1415 SS 1411b SS 1402b
10:30- E³ - ECR ESR meets Breast Molecular Radiology Computer Genitourinary ESR Patient Musculo- Neuro E³ - European Abdominal Chest Interventional Radiogra- Stars 10:30- Head and Oncologic Vascular Neuro Breast 10:30-
11:00 Academies: Japan Screening Imaging Trainees Applications Multi- Advisory Group skeletal Cerebrovascu- Diploma Prep Viscera Chest CT dose Radiology phers Programme 11:00 Neck Imaging Pulmonary Cerebral Contrast- 11:00
Room E1 PC 9b Radiology ten years from now: Interactive State-of-the- Advanced Forum Will the good parametric MR Mind the gap - Applications lar disease (4) Session Advances in reduction Intra-arterial Safety and Basic 5: Thyroid Pelvic and vasculature: tumours (2) spectral mam-
08:30–10:00 where will it be? Teaching art radiology experimental Highlighted old PACS of prostate data-sharing in CT and MR: Head and abdominal therapies in patient care Neuroradiology: VoE 26 nodules breast cancer new and mography and
11:00- Session imaging Lectures disappear? cancer: an for better something neck MRI the liver in medical spine The Voice of 11:00- improved MRI update in 11:00-
11:30 Skull base update patient old, some- imaging EPOS™ 11:30 background 11:30
lesions outcomes - thing new Paediatric parenchymal
Room B EM1 ESR meets the Nordic Countries
the key issues enhancement
10:30–12:00  Mammography in Nordic countries: 11:30- for patients and 11:30- 11:30-
screening and new developments 12:00 the radiology 12:00 12:00
community
VoE 27
Room B EM 5 EFRS meets Sweden (European 12:00- The Voice of 12:00- 12:00-
14:00–15:30 Federation of Radiographer Societies) 12:30 HL 3 EPOS™ 12:30 12:30
The professional role of Swedish Headline German
Session E³ 24D SY 26 SY 27 SY 28 SY 29 E³ 25D SY 30
radiographers in medical imaging 12:30- E³ - The Beauty
Satellite Satellite Satellite Satellite E³ - The Beauty Satellite 12:30- 12:30-
of Basic of Basic
13:00 Knowledge: Symposium* Symposium* Symposium* Symposium* Symposium* 13:00 13:00
Breast Imaging Knowledge:
Room A IIQ IMAGE INTERPRETATION QUIZ Ductal carci- Chest Imaging VoE 28
13:00- noma in situ Measurements 13:00- 13:00-
14:00–15:30 Imaging with the stars (DCIS): small The Voice of
13:30 in chest EPOS™ 13:30 13:30
tumour but big
problem radiology Musculo-
Room F2 PC 12a Comprehensive cardiothoracic EIBIR skeletal
13:30- Session 4 13:30- 13:30-
16:00–17:30 radiology: the way to go?
14:00 The VPH- 14:00 14:00
DARE@IT
E³ 1521 SF 15 E³ 1518 Project: deliv- E³ 1526 E³ 1520 Joint Session E³ - Rising RC 1510 SA 15 E³ 1523 RC 1502 RC 1504 RC 1514 RC 1511 RC 1513 VoE 29 SS 1503 SS 1501 SS 1515 SS 1511 SS 1502
Room M 5 PC 12b How to become the undergraduate 14:00- E³ - ECR Special Focus E³ - ECR ering a clinical E³ - ECR E³ - ECR of the ESR Stars Musculo- State of E³ - European Breast Chest Radiogra- Neuro Physics in The Voice of 14:00- Cardiac Abdominal Vascular Neuro Breast 14:00-
16:00–17:30 teacher you always wanted to be 14:30 Academies: Session Academies: decision sup- Master Class Academies: and ERS Programme skeletal the Art Diploma Prep Update on Mediastinal phers White spots in Radiology EPOS™ 14:30 Interventional Viscera New Multiple Breast 14:30
Interactive Head Modern port platform Fire and ice Modern Imaging Student Final Shoulder MRI: Symposium Session BI-RADS disease Innovative the brain IT tools for Korean applications Liver fibrosis: observations sclerosis density: an
Imaging in
Teaching and neck for earlier outside the Cardiac of airways: Session mastering Endovascular Gynaeco- revisited education in dose tracking imaging in visceral update
Colorectal
Room B Joint Session of the ESR and the 14:30- Session radiology: Cancer dementia liver Imaging what the technique and abdominal logical and medical and workflow 14:30- assessment imaging and 14:30-
16:00–17:30 EANM (European Association of 15:00 Genitourinary from Colorectal diagnosis Myocardial respirologist making my re- aneurysm obstetrics imaging optimisation 15:00 therapy 15:00
and gastro- symptoms to cancer: syn- charac- needs to know port relevant repair (EVAR):
Nuclear Medicine) intestinal diagnosis chronous and terisation: where do we VoE 30
Hybrid imaging: radiology and nuclear 15:00- radiology metachronous established stand now? The Voice of 15:00- 15:00-
medicine metastases modalities vs
15:30 EPOS™ 15:30 15:30
new ones Portuguese

15:30- 15:30- 15:30-


16:00 16:00 16:00

E³ 1621 RC 1601 E³ 1618 Joint Session Joint Session E³ 1620 MS 16a EuroSafe MS 16b SF 16 E³ 1623 RC 1602 E³ 1626 RC 1614 RC 1611 RC 1613 VoE 31
16:00- E³ - ECR Abdominal E³ - ECR of the ESR of the ESR, E³ - ECR Multidiscipli- Imaging Multidiscipli- Special Focus E³ - European Breast E³ - ECR Radiogra- Neuro Physics in The Voice of 16:00- 16:00-
16:30 Academies: Viscera Academies: and ESTRO EFSUMB and Academies: nary Session Session 4 nary Session Session Diploma Tomosyn- Master Class phers Update on Radiology EPOS™ 16:30 16:30
Interactive The spleen: Modern MRI and ESPR Modern Uterine You too can Sports injuries: Prostate MRI: Prep Session thesis: the Less common Safety issues endovascular MR: artefacts Interventional
Teaching the forgotten Imaging in MR/PET in Contrast Cardiac myomas: definitely do diagnosis increasing Interventional new mam- infiltrative in medical stroke and devices
16:30- Session organ Colorectal radiation enhanced Imaging radiological audits and need? mography lung diseases imaging treatment: 16:30- 16:30-
17:00 Emergency Cancer treatment ultrasound Cardiac diagnosis and management a medical 17:00 17:00
radiology II Rectal cancer: planning - (CEUS) in imaging: treatment breakthrough?
staging and challenges paediatrics to new
17:00- restaging local and horizons 17:00- 17:00-
17:30 disease opportunities 17:30 17:30

Registration: 07:30–18:00 Technical Exhibition: EXPO First Level (Gallery): 10:00–17:00

EPOS™ – Scientific Exhibition: 08:00–18:00 * Not CME accredited Technical Exhibition: EXPO Halls and EXPO Foyer D: 10:00–17:00

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Programme Overviews Programme Overviews Programme Overviews

SUNDAY, MARCH 6 SUNDAY, MARCH 6 NOTES


TODAY’S
HIGHLIGHTS
E1 E2 F1 F2 ECR Online
A B C Z O N Studio 2016 L8 L2 D1 D2 G K
Room/ Entrance Entrance Entrance Entrance & EPOS™ Room/
2nd Level 2nd Level 2nd Level 2nd Level 1st Level 1st Level 1st Level 1st Level 1st Level Lower Level Lower Level Lower Level Lower Level
Time (ACV) (ACV) (ACV) (ACV) (ACV) (ACV) (ACV) (ACV) (ACV)
Level Level Level Level (ACV) (ACV) (ACV) (ACV)
Lounge Time
(ACV) (ACV) (ACV) (ACV) (EPOS™ Arena)

E³ 1721 RC 1701 Joint Session PC 17 E³ 1726a RC 1707 SA 17 SF 17a E³ 1726b E³ 1726c SF 17b RC 1714 E³ 1726d E³ - Rising
08:30- E³ - ECR Abdominal of the ESR Professional E³ - ECR Genitourinary State of Special Focus E³ - ECR E³ - ECR Special Focus Radiogra- E³ - ECR Stars 08:30-
09:00 Academies: Viscera and ESHI Challenges Master Class Prostate the Art Session Master Class Master Class Session phers Master Class Programme 09:00
Challenging

Saturday, March 5
Interactive Differential Medical hybrid Session Characterisa- imaging: how Symposium Neuro Personalised Actionable The magic Imaging in Basic 6:
Teaching diagnosis in imaging European tion of salivary I do it Emergency imaging in medicine questions for pulmonary of excellent dementia Thoracic VoE 32
09:00- breast imag- 09:00-
Session pancreatic variation in gland masses imaging of paediatrics in oncology: nodules: images emergencies The Voice of
ing in 2016:
09:30 MR imaging in imaging imaging: focus the pregnant what can breast density, should we rely EPOS™ 09:30
sports on technology patient imaging offer? how to solve on size only? Vascular
medicine II the non-mass
Room A SVEN-IVAR SELDINGER 09:30- enigma, new 09:30-
12:15–12:45 HONORARY LECTURE 10:00 developments 10:00
in breast MRI
 Imaging and micronavigation:
VoE 33
time to redraw the map? 10:00- The Voice of 10:00-
Staffan Holmin; Stockholm/SE 10:30 EPOS™ 10:30
Oncology
E³ 1826 EM 3 SS 1802 SS 1805 PC 18 SS 1803 SS 1816 SS 1815 SS 1810 SS 1811 E³ 1823 SS 1813 SS 1804 SS 1809 SS 1814 SS 1807
Room B EM 3 ESR meets Japan 10:30- E³ - ECR ESR meets Breast Computer Professional Cardiac Oncologic Vascular Musculo- Neuro E³ - European Physics in Chest Interventional Radiogra- Genitourinary 10:30-
10:30–12:00 State-of-the-art radiology 11:00 Master Class Colombia Digital breast Applications Challenges MR (1) Imaging Abdominal skeletal Spine Diploma Prep Radiology COPD and Radiology phers Tumours of 11:00
MSK and From practice tomosyn- Image Session Gastrointes- aortic Ligaments, Session Practical infiltrative Peri- and Getting the the urinary
intervention to reality: thesis: an processing Monitoring tinal cancer: and other tendons and Paediatric radiation risk lung diseases postprocedur- radiation dose tract and VoE 34
11:00- how we do it update techniques (2) safety and prediction and aneurysms joints management al imaging as low as adrenals The Voice of 11:00-
Room A JIIQ JUNIOR IMAGE INTERPRETATION QUIZ
11:30 quality assessment possible EPOS™ 11:30
12:55–13:55 Millennials showdown: of therapeutic Cardiac
the next generation of radiology response
11:30- 11:30-
12:00 12:00
Room E2 SA 15 Endovascular abdominal aneurysm
14:00–15:30 repair (EVAR): where do we stand now? VoE 35
12:00- The Voice of 12:00-
12:30 EPOS™ 12:30
Chest
Studio 2016 Joint Session of the ESR and ERS E³ 24E E³ 25E
ESR General
14:00–15:30 (European Respiratory Society) 12:30- E³ - The Beauty Assembly
E³ - The Beauty 12:30-
of Basic of Basic
Imaging of airways: what the 13:00 Knowledge: Knowledge: 13:00
respirologist needs to know Breast Imaging Chest Imaging
High-risk CBDT Dose optimisa-
13:00- lesions: tion made easy 13:00-
E³ - Rising in computed
13:30 solving the 13:30
Studio 2016 MS 16a Uterine myomas: radiological dilemma
Stars tomography of
Programme the chest
16:00–17:30 diagnosis and treatment Case-Based
13:30- Diagnosis 13:30-
14:00 Training 14:00
Room E1 MS 16b Sports injuries: Part 1
16:00–17:30 diagnosis and management SS 1902a SS 1901a SS 1902b SS 1905 SS 1901b SS 1903 SS 1916 SS 1907 13:00–14:00 SS 1911 E³ 1923 SS 1913 SS 1904 SS 1909 SS 1914
14:00- Breast Abdominal Breast Computer Abdominal Cardiac Oncologic Genitourinary ––––– Neuro E³ - European Physics in Chest Interventional Radiogra- 14:00-
14:30 Multiparamet- Viscera Preoperative Applications Viscera MR (2) Imaging Imaging of the Cased-Based Movement Diploma Prep Radiology Computer- Radiology phers 14:30
Room Z Joint Session of the ESR and ESTRO ric breast MRI, Benign and imaging, Quality Abdominal Assessment reproductive Training disorders and Session Physics of based Endovascular How to im-
PET malignant neoadjuvant control and surgery: the and prediction Interlude
16:00–17:30 (European Society for Radiotherapy system neurode- Urogenital dual-energy quantification prove image
14:30- pancreatic chemother- safety issues added value of treatment 14:00–14:30 generative CT and breast and texture quality in 14:30-
and Oncology) –––––
15:00 diseases apy, imaging in radiology of radiology response diseases imaging analysis MRI and mam- 15:00
MRI and MR/PET in radiation of the axilla Case-Based mography
treatment planning – challenges and Diagnosis
opportunities 15:00- Training 15:00-
15:30 Part 2 15:30
14:30–15:30
Room O Joint Session of the ESR, EFSUMB
15:30- 15:30-
16:00–17:30 (European Federation of Societies for
16:00 16:00
Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology)
and ESPR (European Society of
Paediatric Radiology) 16:00- 16:00-
Contrast enhanced ultrasound (CEUS) 16:30 16:30
in paediatrics
16:30- 16:30-
17:00 17:00

17:00- 17:00-
17:30 17:30

Registration: 07:30–16:00 Technical Exhibition: EXPO First Level (Gallery): 10:00–16:00

EPOS™ – Scientific Exhibition: 08:00–15:30 Technical Exhibition: EXPO Halls and EXPO Foyer D: 10:00–14:00

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TODAY’S New eLearning Platform
HIGHLIGHTS

Sunday, March 6
Room E1 SA 17 Emergency imaging of the
08:30–10:00 pregnant patient

Room O PC 17 European variation in imaging:


08:30–10:00 focus on technology

Room F1 E3 1726b Personalised medicine in oncology:


08:30–10:00 what can imaging offer?

Room C Joint Session of the ESR and ESHI


08:30–10:00 (European Society for Hybrid Medical
Imaging)
Medical hybrid imaging

Room B EM 4 ESR meets Colombia


10:30–12:00 From practice to reality: how we do it

Room O PC 18 Monitoring safety and quality


10:30–12:00

Room E1 CBDT Case-Based Diagnosis Training


13:00–15:30 Special programme for residents and
general radiologists

EDUCATION ON DEMAND
learn.myESR.org
SCIENTIFIC
PROGRAMME
Please note that sessions are marked with a logo to indicate their
classification according to the European Training Curriculum.

First three years of training

Fourth and fifth years of training


(general radiologist standard)

Subspecialty training standard

ESR/EFRS meets Sessions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81


New Horizons Sessions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
State of the Art Symposia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
Special Focus Sessions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
Professional Challenges Sessions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
Multidisciplinary Sessions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
European Excellence in Education (E3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
Rising Stars Programme. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
European Diploma Prep Sessions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
The Beauty of Basic Knowledge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
ECR Academies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
ECR Master Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115
Mini Course . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
Pros & Cons Session . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121
The Voice of EPOS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
Refresher Courses / Scientific Sessions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143

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ESR/EFRS MEETS
SESSIONS

Once again, the ESR will welcome a number of guest countries to the
ECR as part of the ‘ESR meets’ programme.

The national radiological societies of Colombia, Japan, and the Nordic


countries, will present their most recent scientific developments
in joint sessions with the ESR, and try to strengthen links between
professionals from different countries and disciplines. The European
Federation of Radiographer Societies (EFRS) will also host its own
‘meets’ session for radiographers, in conjunction with representatives
of the Swedish Society of Radiographers.

Both the ESR and the EFRS warmly welcome these societies and hope
to see ECR delegates attend the sessions in large numbers.

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Programme by Session Type

ESR/EFRS MEETS SESSIONS

4
March Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room B
5
March Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room B
ESR meets the Nordic Countries ESR meets Japan
EM 1 Mammography in Nordic countries: EM 2 State-of-the-art radiology
screening and new developments
Presiding: K. Riklund; Umea/SE
Presiding: K. Riklund; Umea/SE H. Honda; Fukuoka/JP
M. Gardarsdottir; Reykjavik/IS » Welcome by the ESR President
G. Hagen; Oslo/NO L. Donoso Bach; Barcelona/ES
K.R. Nielsen; Copenhagen/DK
» Introduction: Radiology today in Japan [A-570]
H. Ståhlbrandt; Eksjö/SE
H. Honda; Fukuoka/JP
R.L. Vanninen; Kuopio/FI
» State-of-the-art of neuroimaging [A-571]
» Welcome by the ESR President
S. Aoki; Tokyo/JP
L. Donoso Bach; Barcelona/ES
» Interlude: Radiologist’s intermission:
» Introduction [A-384]
refreshing photo-stream on our beautiful country (I)
H. Ståhlbrandt; Eksjö/SE
[A-572]
» Mammography screening in Denmark: Y. Miki; Osaka/JP
implementation and results [A-385]
» Advanced liver imaging: improving treatment
I. Vejborg; Copenhagen/DK
decisions [A-573]
» Performing MRI preoperatively in all breast cancer T. Murakami; Osaka/JP
patients in Iceland: is it worthwhile? [A-386]
» Interlude: Radiologist’s intermission:
M. Gardarsdottir; Reykjavik/IS
refreshing photo-stream on our beautiful country (II)
» Breast density, risk for breast cancer and how to [A-574]
personalise screening: what are the future breast T. Taoka; Nagoya/JP
imaging modalities? [A-387]
» Diagnostic imaging of thymic tumours [A-575]
S. Zackrisson; Malmö/SE
N. Tomiyama; Osaka/JP
» Interval cancers in population-based screening
» Panel discussion: Always be a pioneer:
programmes [A-388]
state-of-the-art technologies from Japan
S.R. Hoff; Aalesund/NO
» New developments in MRI and MR image analysis of
breast cancer [A-389] 6
March Sunday, March 6, 10:30–12:00, Room B
J. Hakumäki; Kuopio/FI
ESR meets Colombia
EM 3 From practice to reality:
4
March Friday, March 4, 14:00–15:30, Room B how we do it
EFRS meets Sweden
Presiding: K. Riklund; Umea/SE
(European Federation of Radiographer Societies)
F.G. Lubinus; Bucaramanga/CO
EM 4 The professional role of Swedish
» Welcome by the ESR President
radiographers in medical imaging
L. Donoso Bach; Barcelona/ES
» Introduction [A-779]
Presiding: H
 .H. Hjemly; Oslo/NO
F.G. Lubinus; Bucaramanga/CO
K. Hillergård; Jönköping/SE
» The law of radiology in Colombia:
» Introduction [A-405, A-406]
how we arrived to it [A-780]
H.H. Hjemly; Oslo/NO
R. Restrepo; Medellin/CO
K. Hillergård; Jönköping/SE
» Interlude: The history of radiology in Colombia
» The Swedish radiographer as a professional [A-407]
B.T. Andersson; Lund/SE » Percutaneous biopsies: how do I do it? [A-781]
F. Uriza; Bogota/CO
» Implementation of a caring approach within the
Swedish radiography programme [A-408] » Interlude: Colombia, magical realism
M. Lundén; Gothenburg/SE » Minor interventional procedures in tropical diseases
» Implementation of a research process and quality [A-782]
improvement within the Swedish radiography A. Morillo; Bogota/CO
programme [A-409] » Panel discussion: Minimally-invasive procedures: is
K. Fridell; Stockholm/SE there a place for the non-interventional radiologists?
» Cultural highlights [A-410]
G. Örnberg; Umeå/SE
» Panel discussion

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NEW HORIZONS
SESSIONS

The New Horizons Sessions aim to provide practitioners with an


overview of the new developments in a specific area of practice,
whether it is a subspecialty, a particular technique, or certain diseases.
These developments may become routine within a few years, or may
indicate a new direction for research and clinical application.
Each session is 90 minutes long and features an introduction from a
chairman, followed by three or four brief presentations on different
aspects of the main subject, and concluded by a panel discussion that
will hopefully answer some critical questions.

Places are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

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NEW HORIZONS SESSIONS

2
March Wednesday, March 2, 08:30–10:00, Room O
3
March Thursday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Room L8
NH 1 New frontiers in imaging of vascular NH 5 Imaging beyond morphology
wall and plaque
» Chairman’s introduction [A-149]
» Chairman’s introduction: How to use the tools? [A-007] O. Clément; Paris/FR
C. Loewe; Vienna/AT » MRI fingerprinting: the future? [A-150]
» Molecular imaging for MR [A-008] S. Trattnig; Vienna/AT
M.R. Makowski; Berlin/DE » Receptor-targeted multimodal imaging [A-151]
» New insights using nuclear and hybrid imaging [A-009] M. de Jong; Rotterdam/NL
J. Knuuti; Turku/FI » Radiomics [A-152]
» Ultrasound elastography: how useful can it be? [A-010] L.S. Fournier; Paris/FR
N. Liasis; Athens/GR » Panel discussion: Imaging biomarkers:
» New options with CT [A-011] a key role for radiologists in the future?
A. Persson; Linköping/SE
» Panel discussion: Predictive role of imaging in the
evolution of atherosclerosis: where do we stand?

2
March Wednesday, March 2, 16:00–17:30, Room C
NH 4 Big data: why should
radiologists care?

» Chairman’s introduction [A-065]


M. Dewey; Berlin/DE
» Big data: big science [A-066]
G. Zanetti; Pula/IT
» Big data: big business [A-067]
B.J. Hillman; Charlottesville, VA/US
» Big data: what’s in it for the patient? [A-068]
M.M. Hunink; Rotterdam/NL
» Panel discussion: How to make best use of big data?

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STATE OF THE ART
SYMPOSIA

These sessions will inform the audience about the ‘real state of the art’
of a given subject. Each of the lecturers is an expert on the given topic
as a whole or on a specific aspect of the topic.

The 90-minute sessions are chaired by a moderator who will introduce


three to four speakers addressing various issues within wider subjects
such as anatomical regions, specific diseases, or particular techniques.
The presentations will be followed by a discussion conducted by the
panellists, led by the chairman.

Places are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

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STATE OF THE ART SYMPOSIA

3
March Thursday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Room E2
6
March Sunday, March 6, 08:30–10:00, Room E1
SA 5 Abdominal diffusion-weighted imaging SA 17 Emergency imaging
(DWI): an update of the pregnant patient

» Chairman’s introduction [A-157] » Chairman’s introduction [A-743]


L. Martí-Bonmatí; Valencia/ES R. Basilico; Chieti/IT
» Technical advances: the many faces of DWI [A-158] » Polytrauma: US, CT or MR [A-744]
N. Papanikolaou; Iraklion/GR A. Palkó; Szeged/HU
» Biliary ducts and pancreas: main advantages in » Pulmonary embolism: CT or scintigraphy? [A-745]
clinical practice [A-159] M.-P. Revel; Paris/FR
C. Matos; Lisbon/PT » MRI and contrast media:
» Small bowel: main advantages in clinical practice what are the risks for the foetus? [A-746]
[A-160] M. Wozniak; Lublin/PL
S.A. Taylor; London/UK » Ionising radiation: when should we be concerned?
» Panel discussion: Should we do it qualitative or [A-747]
quantitatively? J. Damilakis; Iraklion/GR
» Panel discussion with sample cases presentation:
5
March Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Room E2
Emergency in pregnancy: what is best for the mother
and baby?
SA 15 Endovascular abdominal
aneurysm repair (EVAR):
where do we stand now?

» Chairman’s introduction [A-631]


T. Rand; Vienna/AT
» Endovascular versus open surgical repair:
what do we know so far? [A-632]
D.K. Tsetis; Iraklion/GR
» The role of imaging in preoperative
planning and follow-up [A-633]
F. Rengier; Heidelberg/DE
» Implantation techniques and long-term results
[A-634]
R. Uberoi; Oxford/UK
» Imaging and treatment of endoleaks [A-635]
M. Gschwendtner; Linz/AT
» Panel discussion: The key role of the radiologist
in endovascular abdominal aortic aneurysm repair

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SPECIAL FOCUS
SESSIONS

The concept of a Special Focus Session is to deal with a topic at the


cutting edge of development and clinical application.
A traditional approach is inappropriate for such a session, which should
reflect the lecturers’ forthright personal views on a developing subject.
The topics of these sessions should be presented in such a
way as to promote debate and give an in-depth analysis.

The chairman will introduce each aspect of the topic and the panellists will
then discuss their different perspectives and opinions. The audience will
have the opportunity to discuss their ideas with the lecturers.
Session length: 90 minutes; three to four speakers.

Places are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

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SPECIAL FOCUS SESSIONS

3
March Thursday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Room C
3
March Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Room D1
SF 5 Taking imaging to the cloud SF 8c Imaging in obesity

» Chairman’s introduction [A-134] » Chairman’s introduction [A-278]


J. Reponen; Raahe/FI S. Lee; Manchester/UK
» How does it work? [A-135] » Epidemiology and current trends in obesity [A-279]
J. Fernandez-Bayó; Sabadell/ES N. Finer; London/UK
» What are the benefits? [A-136] » Fat quantification and advanced body composition
E.R. Ranschaert; ‘s-Hertogenbosch/NL assessment using MRI [A-280]
» What are the applications of cloud O. Dahlqvist Leinhard; Linkoping/SE
in radiology? [A-137] » Imaging of modern surgical procedures and
O. Ratib; Geneva/CH their complications [A-281]
» Panel discussion: Will cloud computing be the future M. Rengo; Latina/IT
of image storage? » Is there a role for bariatric embolisation
in the treatment of the obese patient? [A-282]
C. Weiss; Baltimore, MD/US
3
March Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Room C » Panel discussion: How best to manage obesity and
SF 8a Common mistakes its implications on the radiology department
in breast imaging
3
March Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Room D2
» Chairman’s introduction [A-243]
G. Forrai; Budapest/HU SF 8d CT radiation dose optimisation:
» Common mistakes in mammography [A-244] are we doing enough?
E.J. Cornford; Nottingham/UK
» Common mistakes in second-look ultrasound » Chairmen’s introduction [A-283, A-284]
after MRI [A-245] I.M. Björkman-Burtscher; Lund/SE
P.A.T. Baltzer; Vienna/AT C. Malamateniou; London/UK

» Common mistakes in breast MRI [A-246] » CT radiation dose optimisation: what has been
F. Pediconi; Rome/IT achieved so far? [A-285]
J. Santos; Coimbra/PT
» Panel discussion: How to avoid common mistakes
in breast imaging? » Dose reduction techniques in paediatric CT:
from A to Z [A-286]
E. Sorantin; Graz/AT
3
March Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Room F2 » Challenges and opportunities in CT dose
optimisation: what can we do in the future? [A-287]
SF 8b Assessing myocardium S.J. Foley; Dublin/IE
at-risk with MRI
» Panel discussion: What are the suggested priorities
and actions for CT dose optimisation?
» Chairman’s introduction [A-274]
M. Gardarsdottir; Reykjavik/IS
» T2 imaging [A-275] 4
March Friday, March 4, 08:30–10:00, Room F2
M. Gutberlet; Leipzig/DE
SF 9a Breast density:
» Late gadolinium enhancement [A-276]
how not to be confused?
S. Kozerke; Zurich/CH
» Prognostic value of area-at-risk assessment by T2 and
» Chairman’s introduction [A-343]
late enhancement imaging [A-277]
E. Azavedo; Stockholm/SE
A. de Roos; Leiden/NL
» The mammographic dense breast [A-344]
» Panel discussion: How do we best assess at-risk
F.J. Gilbert; Cambridge/UK
myocardium and how do we best get the correct
information across? » The ultrasound dense breast [A-345]
L.J. Pina Insausti; Pamplona/ES
» The MRI dense breast [A-346]
P.A.T. Baltzer; Vienna/AT
» Panel discussion: How to overcome the dense breast
in screening?

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Programme by Session Type

SPECIAL FOCUS SESSIONS

4
March Friday, March 4, 08:30–10:00, Room M 3
5
March Saturday, March 5, 08:30–10:00, Room Z
SF 9b Imaging in the presence SF 13a MR/PET: role in oncology
of orthopaedic hardware
» Chairman’s introduction [A-514]
» Chairman’s introduction [A-371] G. Cook; London/UK
M. Zanetti; Zurich/CH » Principles and possibilities of MR/PET [A-515]
» Optimising CT for imaging metalwork [A-372] A. Kjaer; Copenhagen/DK
M.-A. Weber; Heidelberg/DE » MR/PET: imaging head and neck cancer [A-516]
» What problems do metalwork cause for MRI and how S. Bisdas; London/UK
can we solve them? [A-373] » MR/PET: imaging prostate cancer [A-517]
J.V. Dehem; Ypres/BE A.J. Beer; Ulm/DE
» Imaging prosthetic joint infection: traditionally » MR/PET: imaging of GI cancer [A-518]
problematic, but do we have the answers now? V.J. Goh; London/UK
[A-374]
» Panel discussion: Which clinical indications have enough
F. Kainberger; Vienna/AT
evidence for routine MR/PET rather than PET/CT?
» Panel discussion: What is the imaging modality
of choice after plain films in the presence of
orthopaedic hardware? 5
March Saturday, March 5, 08:30–10:00, Room E1
SF 13b Cholangiocarcinoma:
4
March Friday, March 4, 08:30–10:00, Room E2 an update
SF 9c Brain hypersignals after repeated
» Chairman’s introduction [A-535]
gadolinium administrations R. Manfredi; Verona/IT
» Classification of cholangiocellular carcinoma (CCC)
» Chairman’s introduction [A-334]
[A-536]
V. Runge; Berne/CH
C. Cantwell; Dublin/IE
» Chemistry of Gd chelates and fundamentals
» Imaging in mass-forming intrahepatic (IH) type [A-537]
in toxicity [A-335]
F. Caseiro-Alves; Coimbra/PT
S. Aime; Turin/IT
» Diagnostic assessment of periductal/infiltrating
» Recent literature review [A-336]
and intraductal-growing types:
A. Radbruch; Heidelberg/DE
the view of the diagnostic radiologist [A-538]
» Hypersignals in the brain: which clinical impact [A-337] R. Kloeckner; Mainz/DE
T. Yousry; London/UK
» Diagnostic assessment of periductal/infiltrating
» Recent FDA and EMA undertakings in the matter [A-338] and intraductal-growing types:
O. Clément; Paris/FR the view of the interventional radiologist [A-539]
» Panel discussion: Gadolinium injections: S. Terraz; Geneva/CH
should we change our practice? » Therapeutic role of interventional radiology
in unresectable patients [A-540]
G. Carrafiello; Varese/IT
» Panel discussion: Can we improve diagnosis and
treatment of cholangiocarcinoma?

5
March Saturday, March 5, 08:30–10:00, Room E2
SF 13c Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
(NAFLD)

» Chairman’s introduction:
Defining the clinical problem [A-541]
C. Bartolozzi; Pisa/IT
» Imaging in diagnosing and quantifying liver fat [A-542]
V. Vilgrain; Clichy/FR
» Imaging in diagnosing and staging liver fibrosis [A-543]
L. Martí-Bonmatí; Valencia/ES
» Early detection of HCC [A-544]
T. Denecke; Berlin/DE
» Panel discussion: How to manage the surveillance
of the population at risk

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Programme by Session Type

SPECIAL FOCUS SESSIONS

5
March Saturday, March 5, 08:30–10:00, Room D1
6
March Sunday, March 6, 08:30–10:00, Room E2
SF 13d Severe trauma patients: SF 17a Neuro imaging in paediatrics
myths, realities and future
» Chairman’s introduction [A-748]
» Chairman’s introduction [A-552] A. Rossi; Genoa/IT
M. Stajgis; Poznan/PL » Imaging of metabolic disorders in children [A-749]
» ‘When time is gold’: whole-body CT in polytrauma B. Ertl-Wagner; Munich/DE
patients [A-553] » Imaging in paediatric epilepsy [A-750]
S. Wirth; Munich/DE T.A.G.M. Huisman; Baltimore, MD/US
» Where is the proper place for fast FAST (focused » Imaging headache in children [A-751]
assessment with sonography for trauma)? [A-554] E. Vázquez; Barcelona/ES
H. Alkadhi; Zurich/CH
» Panel discussion: Can we do without CT in paediatric
» Missed lesions in trauma patients: neuroimaging?
the Damocles’ sword [A-555]
R. Basilico; Chieti/IT
» Geriatric trauma: what is different? [A-556] 6
March Sunday, March 6, 08:30–10:00, Room D1
E. Dick; London/UK
SF 17b Actionable pulmonary nodules:
» Panel discussion: How is the role of the radiologist should we rely on size only?
changing in the management of trauma patients?
» Chairman’s introduction [A-758]
5
March Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Room B
L. Bonomo; Rome/IT
» Limitations of nodule measurements [A-759]
SF 15 Head and neck radiology: A.R. Larici; Rome/IT
from symptoms to diagnosis » Shape and density: predictors of subtypes and
mutations in NSCLC? [A-760]
» Chairman’s introduction [A-608] O.L. Sedlaczek; Heidelberg/DE
B. Verbist; Leiden/NL
» Proliferation tracers and not only [A-761]
» Tinnitus [A-609] R. Boellaard; Amsterdam/NL
M.M. Lemmerling; Ghent/BE
» How necessary is clinical data? [A-762]
» Stuffy and runny nose [A-610] A.A. Bankier; Boston, MA/US
S. Colley; Birmingham/UK
» Panel discussion: How to define an actionable nodule
» Sore throat [A-611] in daily practice?
D. Farina; Brescia/IT
» Lumps of the infrahyoid neck [A-612]
M.G. Mack; Munich/DE
» Panel discussion: To what extent do symptoms guide
your imaging approach and interpretation?

5
March Saturday, March 5, 16:00–17:30, Room E2
SF 16 Prostate MRI: increasing need?

» Chairman’s introduction [A-694]


J.C. Vilanova; Girona/ES
» MRI before the first prostate biopsy:
has the time come? [A-695]
B. Hamm; Berlin/DE
» The role of prostate MRI in active surveillance [A-696]
A.R. Padhani; London/UK
» Is prostate MRI accurate enough for focal treatment
planning? [A-697]
V. Panebianco; Rome/IT
» Panel discussion: Does the use of MRI improve the
outcome in prostate cancer?

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PROFESSIONAL
CHALLENGES
SESSIONS

The idea of these sessions is to communicate and exchange


information on professional issues related to radiology, such as training
and education, research networking, radiological management and
professional developments.

90-minute sessions; introduction by one or two chairmen; three to four


lecturers; panel discussion.

Places are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

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Programme by Session Type

PROFESSIONAL CHALLENGES SESSIONS

3
March Thursday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Studio 2016
3
March Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Room F1
PC 5 Personalised radiology: PC 8b An introduction to European Imaging
myth or reality? Biomarkers Alliance (EIBALL)

» Chairman’s introduction [A-144] » Chairman’s introduction [A-269]


C.J. Herold; Vienna/AT P.M. Parizel; Antwerp/BE
» Personalised imaging in practice: a myth? [A-145] » EIBALL and its mission [A-270]
F.J. Gilbert; Cambridge/UK S. Trattnig; Vienna/AT
» Personalised imaging and standardised protocols: » The potential role of EIBALL for EORTC
a contradiction? [A-146] multicentre trials [A-271]
S.O. Schönberg; Mannheim/DE Y. Liu; Brussels/BE
» En route to personalised imaging: the role of » The organisational role of EIBIR in EIBALL [A-272]
multidisciplinary conferences [A-147] V. Vilgrain; Clichy/FR
J.A. Verschakelen; Leuven/BE » Imaging biomarker development for EIBALL
» From personalised to precision imaging: by subspecialty societies [A-273]
impact on clinical practise [A-148] K. Nikolaou; Tübingen/DE
G.P. Krestin; Rotterdam/NL » Panel discussion:
» Panel discussion: How to enhance personalised What is the role of EIBALL now and in the future?
radiology in clinical routine

4 Friday, March 4, 08:30–10:00, Studio 2016


3
March Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Studio 2016
March

PC 9a Biobanks meet imaging


PC 8a Clinical decision support (CDS)
Moderators: E. Neri; Pisa/IT
» Chairman’s introduction [A-255] M. Pasterk; Graz/AT
L. Donoso Bach; Barcelona/ES » How does Biobanking and BioMolecular resource
» What is a clinical decision support system? Research Infrastructur - European Research
[A-256] Infrastructure Consortium (BBMRI-ERIC) work?
F. Sardanelli; San Donato Milanese/IT [A-324]
J.-E. Litton; Graz/AT
» Imaging referral guidelines in Europe [A-257]
M.G.M. Hunink; Rotterdam/NL » Patient rights: data overprotection? [A-325]
M.T. Mayrhofer; Graz/AT
» An effective clinical decision support system [A-258]
G. Boland; Boston, MA/US » What is the difference between a PACS and a clinical
bank of radiological images? [A-326]
» Cost-effectiveness of clinical decision support
A. van der Lugt; Rotterdam/NL
[A-259]
P. Mildenberger; Mainz/DE » Population-based cohort biobanks:
accessing large European prospective cohorts
» Panel discussion: Is CDS really adding value to
through the biobanking infrastructure BBMRI -
healthcare in addition to radiation safety?
large prospective cohorts (LPC) [A-327]
This session is part of the EuroSafe Imaging campaign. O. Törnwall; Graz/AT
» Population-based cohort: image banks [A-328]
F. Bamberg; Tübingen/DE
» What are ontologies? [A-329]
B. Gibaud; Rennes/FR

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PROFESSIONAL CHALLENGES SESSIONS

4
March Friday, March 4, 08:30–10:00, Room E1
6
March Sunday, March 6, 08:30–10:00, Room O
PC 9b Radiology ten years from now: PC 17 European variation in imaging:
where will it be? focus on technology

» Chairman’s introduction [A-330] » Chairman’s introduction [A-731]


C.D. Becker; Geneva/CH G. Frija; Paris/FR
» Expanding radiology with new multidisciplinary » PACS and eHealth [A-732]
competencies [A-331] D. Caramella; Pisa/IT
J.A. Reekers; Amsterdam/NL » Reporting and communication [A-733]
» Potential synergies between radiology and pathology O. Ratib; Geneva/CH
[A-332] » Procedure codes and lexica in radiology for
R.H. Oyen; Leuven/BE supporting workflow improvements [A-734]
» The beauty of general radiology [A-333] P. Mildenberger; Mainz/DE
G.H. Mostbeck; Vienna/AT » Equipment and innovation [A-735]
» Panel discussion: What are the leadership challenges B. Brkljačić; Zagreb/HR
for the next decade? » Panel discussion:
What is the European vision on imaging technology?
4
March Friday, March 4, 16:00–17:30, Room F2
PC 12a Comprehensive cardiothoracic
6
March Sunday, March 6, 10:30–12:00, Room O
radiology: the way to go? PC 18 Monitoring safety and quality

» Chairman’s introduction: A perspective from both » Chairmen’s introduction [A-783, A-784]


worlds: cardiac and thoracic imaging [A-465] G. Frija; Paris/FR
E.J.R. van Beek; Edinburgh/UK A. Torresin; Milan/IT
» Challenges and opportunities [A-466] » Experience of total management of quality
A. de Roos; Leiden/NL and safety [A-785]
» Perspectives from thoracic imaging [A-467] L. Oleaga Zufiría; Barcelona/ES
M. Rémy-Jardin; Lille/FR » Dose monitoring systems in CT [A-786]
» Perspectives from cardiac imaging [A-468] D. Caramella; Pisa/IT
J. Bremerich; Basle/CH » Experience from a group of imaging centres [A-787]
» Panel discussion: How to best increase our impact on A. Palkó; Szeged/HU
this interdisciplinary field? » Dose monitoring systems in interventional
radiology [A-788]
A. England; Salford/UK
4 Friday, March 4, 16:00–17:30, Room M 5
March » Panel discussion: What are the bottlenecks in safety
PC 12b How to become the and quality management?
undergraduate teacher you This session is part of the EuroSafe Imaging campaign.
always wanted to be

» Chairmen’s introduction [A-499, A-500]


S.J. Golding; Oxford/UK
M. Maas; Amsterdam/NL
» The undergraduate curriculum: how to get the
balance right [A-501]
B. Ertl-Wagner; Munich/DE
» Teaching methods’ top tips: how you can capture and
maintain your students’ attention [A-502]
C. Nyhsen; Sunderland/UK
» Online resources: how to find the best case material
and tutorials for your medical students [A-503]
P. Pokieser; Vienna/AT
» Using social media for undergraduate education:
this generation’s communication [A-504]
N. Pyatigorskaya; Paris/FR
» Panel discussion: Teaching the undergraduate:
in what ways is this similar to teaching radiology to
other groups and in what ways does it differ?

= Interactive session with electronic voting/self assessment

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Activities 2016

Visiting Schools
Visiting Seminars
ESOR Courses for EDiR
Scholarship Programmes
Fellowship Programmes
Visiting Professorship
Programmes
Online Courses
Tutorials
myESR.org/esor

Education in partnership
MULTIDISCIPLINARY
SESSIONS

The concept of these sessions is to promote a multidisciplinary


approach to detection and treatment, integrating radiologists and
other clinicians to share their expertise.

Places are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

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Programme by Session Type

MULTIDISCIPLINARY SESSIONS

3
March Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Room E2
MS 8 Pancreatic cancer: radiological
diagnosis and treatment

» Chairman’s introduction [A-264]


L. Grenacher; Munich/DE
» Surgical oncological management [A-265]
J. Werner; Munich/DE
» Medical oncological management [A-266]
D. Jäger; Heidelberg/DE
» Radiology oncological management [A-267]
L. Grenacher; Munich/DE
» Radiation oncological management [A-268]
F. Sterzing; Heidelberg/DE
» Multidisciplinary case presentation and discussion

5
March Saturday, March 5, 16:00–17:30, Studio 2016
MS 16a Uterine myomas: radiological
diagnosis and treatment

» Chairman’s introduction [A-681]


A.-M. Belli; London/UK
» Imaging of fibroids [A-682]
R. Das; London/UK
» Epidemiology, clinical presentation and non
radiological therapeutic options for the treatment
of fibroids [A-683]
I. Manyonda; London/UK
» Radiological treatments for fibroids [A-684]
A.-M. Belli; London/UK
» Multidisciplinary case discussion

5
March Saturday, March 5, 16:00–17:30, Room E1
MS 16b Sports injuries:
diagnosis and management

» Chairman’s introduction [A-689]


M. Padrón; Madrid/ES
» What does the radiologist offer? [A-690]
C. Faletti; Turin/IT
» How I face a sport injury:
the sport physician’s approach [A-691]
J.-M. Alonso; Doha/QA
» The physiotherapist’s view [A-692]
A. Zerolo; Madrid/ES
» The surgeon’s perspective [A-693]
M. Leyes; Madrid/ES
» Multidisciplinary case presentation and discussion:
Which practice help and which hinder the team
approach to managing the injured athlete?
How can we improve on this?

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EUROPEAN
EXCELLENCE IN
EDUCATION (E³)

The E³ programme emphasises the importance of lifelong learning.

It covers the entire range of educational issues, from undergraduate


medical education to subspecialised continuing professional
development.

For the second time at ECR 2016, the E³ programme is structured


according to the different levels defined by the European Training
Curriculum for Radiology.

The E³ programme consists of the following five branches, which


reflect the different levels of education in radiology, as well as the
different stages of an individual’s professional career:

Rising Stars Programme


European Diploma Prep Sessions
The Beauty of Basic Knowledge
ECR Academies
ECR Master Classes

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European Board of Radiology

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European Diploma in Radiology

EDiR
YOUR PASSPORT
TO A BETTER CAREER
Next Exam:
July 1, 2016 (Barcelona, Spain)

First EDiR with the new examination structure!

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diploma@myEBR.org
E3
RISING STARS
PROGRAMME

The Rising Stars Programme is designed especially for residents,


students, radiographers and trainee radiographers.

It consists of Basic Sessions, Student Sessions,


Case-Based Diagnosis Training sessions, and the
Radiology Trainees Forum Programme including the
RTF Highlighted Lectures and the RTF Quiz.

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Programme by Session Type

E3 – RISING STARS PROGRAMME

BASIC SESSIONS
Special sessions suitable for residents, students,
radiographers and radiographers-in-training

3
March Thursday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Room K
5
March Saturday, March 5, 08:30–10:00, Room K
Basic Session 1: Basic Session 4:
Neuroradiology: brain Musculoskeletal: trauma

» White matter disorders [A-174] » Shoulder [A-562]


A. Rovira-Cañellas; Barcelona/ES M. Zanetti; Zurich/CH
» Tumours [A-175] » Knee [A-563]
J. Walecki; Warsaw/PL K. Verstraete; Ghent/BE
» Stroke [A-176] » Ankle [A-564]
E.T. Tali; Ankara/TR J. Kramer; Linz/AT

3
March Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room K
5
March Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room K
Basic Session 2: Basic Session 5:
Head and neck imaging Neuroradiology: spine

» Orbit [A-202] » Anatomy and congenital disorders [A-593]


P.C. Maly Sundgren; Lund/SE A. Rossi; Genoa/IT
» Ear [A-203] » Tumours [A-594]
B. Verbist; Leiden/NL M.M. Thurnher; Vienna/AT
» Sinuses [A-204] » Degenerative disease of the spine [A-595]
R. Maroldi; Brescia/IT M. Sasiadek; Wroclaw/PL

4
March Friday, March 4, 16:00–17:30, Room K
6
March Sunday, March 6, 08:30–10:00, Room K
Basic Session 3: Basic Session 6:
Interventional radiology: tumour ablation Thoracic emergencies

» Kidney [A-477] » Vascular [A-768]


K. Katsanos; London/UK R. Morgan; London/UK
» Liver [A-478] » Pulmonary [A-769]
L. Crocetti; Pisa/IT C.M. Schaefer-Prokop; Amersfoort/NL
» Bones [A-479] » Cardiac [A-770]
A. Gangi; Strasbourg/FR C. Loewe; Vienna/AT

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STUDENT SESSIONS
Students will present their work

3
March Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room L8
3
March Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Room L8
Student Session 1: Student Session 2:
Breast Neuro

» Magnetic resonance spectroscopy and its potential to » Altered brain activation in cortical-subcortical and
identify neoadjuvant chemotherapy non-responders pyramydal white matter stroke patients during hand
in triple negative breast cancer patients motion: functional MRI study
M.A. Chiorean; Cluj-Napoca/RO O. Omelchenko; Kyiv/UA
» What’s lurking in the corner? Extra-mammary » Diffusion tensor imaging as a potential biomarker
findings on breast MRI, frequency and relevance in prognosticating neurocognitive outcome in mild
R. Hayden; Dublin/IE traumatic brain injury: evidence of altered structural
» The challenge of breast imaging in young: connectivity
when to proceed to biopsy? V. Veeramuthu; Kuala Lumpur/MY
A. Hatw; Cairo/EG » Diagnostic accuracy of MR imaging techniques for
» Results of quality control of three digital breast treatment response assessment in patients with high
tomosynthesis systems in the clinical environment grade glioma: a systematic review and meta-analysis
A. Rodriguez Ruiz; Madrid/ES B.R.J. van Dijken; Winsum/NL

» Incidentally detected enhancing lesions found » Osseous pseudoprogression in vertebral bodies


in preoperative breast MRI: analysis of apparent treated with stereotactic radiosurgery
diffusion coefficient and T2 signal intensity C. Beaman; TX/US
significantly improves classification accuracy » CSF flow quantification by MRI: a diagnostic tool
O.H. Arponen; Kuopio/FI in normal pressure hydrocephalus
» Background parenchymal enhancement and breast J. Shanks; Uppsala/SE
density on preoperative breast MRI: correlation with » Alcohol consumption during adolescence
tumour characteristics and size estimation is associated with reduced volumes of anterior
M. Pizzato; Turin/IT cingulate cortex and insula
» Is a one-year follow-up an efficient method for better N. Heikkinen; Kuopio/FI
management of MRI BI-RADS® 3 lesions? » Cerebellum enlargement in 4-6-month-old infants
C. Ziadé; Bordeaux/FR at high familial risk of autism spectrum disorders
» Stereotactic vacuum-assisted breast biopsy: I. Pote; London/UK
comparison between 11- and 8-gauge needles » Do genetic effects really influence frequent anatomic
I. Ruggirello; Florence/IT variations of intra- and extracranial arteries?
B. Forgo; Budapest/HU

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STUDENT SESSIONS
Students will present their work

4
March Friday, March 4, 08:30–10:00, Room L8
4
March Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room L8
Student Session 3: Student Session 4:
Abdominal and Gastrointestinal Student Projects

» Abdominal tumours beyond the classical framework » Flipping our learning: a blended story about
A.S. Yancheva; Varna/BG alternative methods to improve study skills among
» Multiparametric magnetic resonance in the medical students
assessment of the normal pancreas T.I. Adam; Cluj-Napoca/RO
N. Gennaro; Perugia/IT » Sharing my passion for neuroradiology through
» Age dependence of spleen- and muscle-corrected a workshop for medical students interested in
hepatic signal enhancement on hepatobiliary phase neurosurgery
gadoxetate MRI S. Abu Arif; Cluj-Napoca/RO
S. Matoori; Zurich/CH » A new educational project in Radiology:
» Detection of appendicitis using 99mTc- the concept of cross-sectional knowledge
antigranulocyte antibodies F. Serpi; Milan/IT
J. Petrovic; Belgarde/RS » Involving medical students in the Breast Unit:
» Transarterial drug-eluting beads chemoembolization a university project aiming healthcare quality and
for patients with liver tumours, single center educational achievements
experience M. Morellá; Murcia/ES
R. Skumbiņš; Riga/LV » Beyond images: a radiology educational platform
» Diffusion-weighted MRI in rectal cancer: for medical students
apparent diffusion coefficient for discriminating M. Saftencu; Cluj-Napoca/RO
recurrence from scar-tissue » The H.E.A.R.T. Project: a students’ approach on
S. Grosu; Freiburg/DE providing support for personal and professional
» Measurement of interstitial volume to assess development of European medical students
abdominal organ amyloid burden using quantitative S. Curcean; Agnita/RO
equilibrium contrast enhanced CT » A review of thyroid sonographic features and
S. Sivarajan; London/UK international guidelines: ability to differentiate
» Measuring two target lesions: how representative benign and malignant nodules
are selected target lesions of all liver metastases? A. Weir; Limerick/IE
F.O. Hofmann; Munich/DE » Internship dissertation: comparative study
of integrative neural networks implemented
in modal and tonal auditory stimulation of brain with
functional MRI of activation and diffusion tensor
J.-B. Billaud; Villejuif/FR

5
March Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Room L8
Student Final Session

Programme to be announced

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E3 – RISING STARS PROGRAMME

RADIOLOGY TRAINEES CASE-BASED DIAGNOSIS TRAINING


FORUM PROGRAMME Special programme for residents and general radiologists

3
March Thursday, March 3, 12:30–13:30, Room Z
6
March Sunday, March 6, 13:00–14:00, Room E1
RTF Quiz CBDT I Case-Based Diagnosis Training - Part I

Moderator: J. Cáceres; Barcelona/ES
Moderators: K.M. Friedrich; Vienna/AT
S. Robinson; Vienna/AT
5 Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room O
March » Liver [A-796]
 TF Highlighted Lectures
R L. Martí-Bonmatí; Valencia/ES
» Neuro [A-797]
Moderators: M. Basta-Nikolic; Novi Sad/RS D. Prayer; Vienna/AT
D. Berritto; Naples/IT
» Maxillofacial [A-798]
» Imaging of prostate cancer [A-576] S. Robinson; Vienna/AT
S. Stojanovic; Novi Sad/RS
» Musculoskeletal [A-799]
» Rectal cancer: tips for a better staging [A-577] F. Kainberger; Vienna/AT
L. Curvo-Semedo; Coimbra/PT
» Breast [A-800]
» Intestinal ischaemia: key points for the radiologist [A-578] M.H. Fuchsjäger; Graz/AT
R. Grassi; Naples/IT

6
March Sunday, March 6, 14:00–14:30, Room E1
Interlude: Know your calcifications!
[A-801, A-802]

W. Drahanowsky; Vienna/AT
S. Robinson; Vienna/AT

6
March Sunday, March 6, 14:30–15:30, Room E1
CBDT II Case-Based Diagnosis Training - Part II


Moderators: K.M. Friedrich; Vienna/AT


S. Robinson; Vienna/AT
» Head and neck [A-807]
C. Czerny; Vienna/AT
» Chest [A-808]
H. Prosch; Vienna/AT
» Spine [A-809]
K.M. Friedrich; Vienna/AT
» Gastrointestinal [A-810]
W. Schima; Vienna/AT
» Genitourinary [A-811]
M. Toepker; Vienna/AT

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EUROPEAN DIPLOMA
PREP SESSIONS

The European Diploma Prep Sessions aim to prepare prospective


candidates for the European Diploma in Radiology (EDiR).

They are also suitable for residents who want an overview of the
various topics relevant to imaging and for those preparing for their
national board examinations.

The content of the programme reflects Level I European Training


Curriculum (ETC) learning objectives across a two-year cycle. The
sessions are held in close cooperation with the European Board of
Radiology (EBR).

Each of the six sessions is led by three lecturers and moderated


by one chairman.

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5
March Saturday, March 5, 08:30–10:00, Room F1
6
March Sunday, March 6, 10:30–12:00, Room F1
E³ 1323 Cardiac and vascular E³ 1823 Paediatric

» Chairman’s introduction [A-545] » Chairman’s introduction [A-789]


R. Vliegenthart; Groningen/NL V. Donoghue; Dublin/IE
A. Cardiovascular imaging: the basics [A-546] A. Paediatric neuro imaging [A-790]
M. Gutberlet; Leipzig/DE M.I. Argyropoulou; Ioannina/GR
B. Cardiovascular imaging: valves, endocardium B. Paediatric chest imaging [A-791]
and aorta [A-547] C. Owens; London/UK
C. Loewe; Vienna/AT C. Paediatric abdominal imaging [A-792]
C. Cardiovascular imaging: myocardium and pericardium S.G.F. Robben; Maastricht/NL
[A-548]
J. Bogaert; Leuven/BE
6
March Sunday, March 6, 14:00–15:30, Room F1
5
March Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room F1
E³ 1923 Urogenital

E³ 1423 Head and neck » Chairman’s introduction [A-803]


D. Akata; Ankara/TR
» Chairman’s introduction [A-589] A. Renal and adrenal imaging [A-804]
M.G. Mack; Munich/DE L.E. Derchi; Genoa/IT
A. Temporal bone and skull base [A-590] B. Imaging of the ureter and bladder [A-805]
A. Trojanowska; Lublin/PL J.-M. Correas; Paris/FR
B. Nose, paranasal sinuses and nasopharynx [A-591] C. Prostate imaging [A-806]
C. Czerny; Vienna/AT H.C. Thoeny; Berne/CH
C. Oral cavity, oro- and hypopharynx and larynx [A-592]
M. Becker; Geneva/CH

5
March Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Room F1
E³ 1523 Gynaecological and obstetrics

» Chairman’s introduction [A-636]


C.D. Alt; Düsseldorf/DE
A. Imaging of the uterus [A-637]
R.A. Kubik-Huch; Baden/CH
B. Disorders of the adnexa [A-638]
E. Sala; New York, NY/US
C. Fundamentals of foetal imaging [A-639]
D. Prayer; Vienna/AT

5
March Saturday, March 5, 16:00–17:30, Room F1
E³ 1623 Interventional

» Chairman’s introduction [A-698]


M. Szczerbo-Trojanowska; Lublin/PL
A. Basic principles of angiography and image-guided
interventions [A-699]
T.K. Helmberger; Munich/DE
B. Interventions of the hepatobiliary system [A-700]
J.I. Bilbao; Pamplona/ES
C. Vascular interventions [A-701]
J.A. Reekers; Amsterdam/NL

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THE BEAUTY OF
BASIC KNOWLEDGE

The Beauty of Basic Knowledge programmes focus on knowledge


essential to the daily practice of radiology. The format of these
sessions reflects the tradition of conventional teaching sessions,
in which experienced teachers share their insights into a topic of
particular relevance with a group of attendees.

A Beauty of Basic Knowledge session either consists of 45-minute


lectures held by one or two speakers (plus 10–15 minutes of discussion
per lecture), or two 25-minute lectures and a general discussion. The
teaching format is usually case-based, and features some interaction
with the attendees.

The content of the sessions is mostly tied to the Level I and Level II
European Training Curriculum (ETC) learning objectives. The Beauty of
Basic Knowledge sessions are suited to residents and board-certified
radiologists who want to refresh their knowledge of basic topics in
imaging and image-guided therapy.

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BREAST IMAGING CHEST IMAGING


The programme will be concluded with a self-assessment test, The programme will be concluded with a self-assessment test,
published on ‘ESR Education on Demand’. published on ‘ESR Education on Demand’.

Moderator: J. Camps Herrero; Valencia/ES Moderator: N. Howarth; Chêne-Bougeries/CH

2
March Wednesday, March 2, 12:30–13:30, Room B
2
March Wednesday, March 2, 12:30–13:30, Room D1
E³ 24A Breast ultrasound: E³ 25A Useful signs in chest radiology
a primer [A-058]
A. Lung parenchyma [A-059]
A. Tardivon; Paris/FR G.R. Ferretti; Grenoble/FR
B. Mediastinum and chest wall [A-060]
3
March Thursday, March 3, 12:30–13:30, Room B
J. Cáceres; Barcelona/ES

E³ 24B Cracking the mystery of needles


and gauges [A-213]
3
March Thursday, March 3, 12:30–13:30, Room D1
E³ 25B How to avoid misdiagnosis
R.M. Pijnappel; Utrecht/NL
on the chest x-ray

4
March Friday, March 4, 12:30–13:30, Room B
A. Neoplastic lesions [A-214]
J. Vlahos; London/UK
E³ 24C Breast cancer staging: B. Non neoplastic lesions [A-215]
why and how [A-402] A.R. Larici; Rome/IT

K. Kinkel; Chêne-Bougeries/CH
4
March Friday, March 4, 12:30–13:30, Room D1
5
March Saturday, March 5, 12:30–13:30, Room B E³ 25C Reporting chest radiology
made easy
E³ 24D Ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS):
small tumour but big problem
A. Interstitial lung disease: 5 golden rules [A-403]
[A-597]
S.R. Desai; London/UK
G. Forrai; Budapest/HU B. Pleural disease [A-404]
C. Beigelman; Lausanne/CH

6
March Sunday, March 6, 12:30–13:30, Room B 5
March Saturday, March 5, 12:30–13:30, Room D1
E³ 24E High-risk lesions:
solving the dilemma [A-793] E³ 25D Measurements
in chest radiology
A. Linda; Udine/IT
A. Heart and great vessels: how, why, when? [A-598]
G. Fassa-Ashrafpoor; Chêne-Bougeries/CH
B. Lung nodules: is volume better than size? [A-599]
M. Prokop; Nijmegen/NL

6
March Sunday, March 6, 12:30–13:30, Room D1
E³ 25E Dose optimisation made easy
in computed tomography
of the chest

A. Dose descriptors [A-794]


D. Tack; Baudour/BE
B. CT angiography and CT of lung disease [A-795]
X. Montet; Geneva/CH

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ECR ACADEMIES

The ECR Academies consist of a series of four to six sessions relevant


to a particular area of radiology. This may be a classic organ-based field
or a technically oriented area of another field related to radiology, such
as management. Each ECR Academy spans several days, in which the
different facets of the area in question are covered by experts in the field.
An ECR Academy is a coherent course in which the different sessions
complement one another in order to reflect the entirety of the field.

The ECR Academies are particularly suited to general radiologists or


radiologists with a subspecialisation.

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MODERN IMAGING NEURORADIOLOGY:


IN COLORECTAL CANCER FROM MORPHOLOGY TO FUNCTION
The programme will be concluded with a self-assessment test, The programme will be concluded with a self-assessment test,
published on ‘ESR Education on Demand’. published on ‘ESR Education on Demand’.

4
March Friday, March 4, 16:00–17:30, Room C
2
March Wednesday, March 2, 16:00–17:30, Room G
E³ 1218 Rectal cancer: update E³ 419 Functional MRI of the brain
on organ saving treatments opens new horizons
» Chairman’s introduction [A-106]
Moderator: L.K. Blomqvist; Stockholm/SE
T.A. Yousry; London/UK
A. The surgical perspective [A-431] A. No function without structure: challenges in diffusion
G.L. Beets; Amsterdam/NL MRI and fiber tractography for clinical research [A-107]
B. The oncological perspective [A-432] A. Leemans; Utrecht/NL
V. Valentini; Rome/IT B. Clinical utility of fMRI for pre-operative brain
C. The radiological perspective [A-433] mapping [A-108]
R.G.H. Beets-Tan; Amsterdam/NL H. Urbach; Freiburg/DE
C. Introduction to resting state fMRI and functional
connectomics [A-109]
5
March Saturday, March 5, 08:30–10:00, Room C L. Nyberg; Umea/SE

E³ 1318 Colon cancer: staging and


3 Thursday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Room G
restaging of local disease March

E³ 519 Advanced imaging techniques


Moderator: P. Lefere; Roeselare/BE
in brain tumours
A. Computed tomography for staging [A-511]
» Chairman’s introduction [A-177]
E. Rollven; Stockholm/SE
P.C. Maly Sundgren; Lund/SE
B. Imaging for restaging after neoadjuvant A. Clinical utility of perfusion imaging for differentiating
treatment [A-512] brain tumours [A-178]
M. Maas; Maastricht/NL I.N. Pronin; Moscow/RU
C. Assessment of vasculature prior to laparoscopic B. Hybrid imaging with MRI/PET of brain tumours [A-179]
resection [A-513] N.L. Albert; Munich/DE
A. Laghi; Latina/IT C. Assessment of brain tumour perfusion and abnormal
vascular structure using arterial spin-labelling [A-180]
5
March Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Room C
P. Hales; London/UK

E³ 1518 Colorectal cancer: synchronous 3


March Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Room G
and metachronous metastases
E³ 819 Cerebral blood flow
Moderator: T.K. Helmberger; Munich/DE quantification
A. Clinical management: » Chairman’s introduction [A-291]
what needs to be improved? [A-613] T. van der Zijden; Edegem/BE
T. Holm; Stockholm/SE A. Functional imaging of cerebral perfusion [A-292]
B. Optimal diagnostic algorithm [A-614] A. Krainik; Grenoble/FR
A. Ba-Ssalamah; Vienna/AT B. Cerebral blood flow measurements with arterial
spin-labelling [A-293]
C. PET/CT vs MR/PET: which and when? [A-615]
X. Golay; London/UK
P. Veit-Haibach; Zurich/CH
C. Cerebrovascular reserve imaging and the
consequences of neurovascular uncoupling [A-294]
5
March Saturday, March 5, 16:00–17:30, Room C
D. Mikulis; Toronto, ON/CA

E³ 1618 Rectal cancer: staging and 4 Friday, March 4, 08:30–10:00, Room G


restaging local disease March

E³ 919 Functional imaging of the spine


Moderator: D.-M. Koh; Sutton/UK » Chairman’s introduction [A-359]
A. Transrectal ultrasonography [A-664] M. Muto; Naples/IT
J.E.R. Waage; Hillerød/DK A. Measuring CSF flow: technique and clinical usefulness
B. Emerging MR-techniques [A-665] [A-360]
D.M. Lambregts; Amsterdam/NL B. Ertl-Wagner; Munich/DE
C. Multiparametric assessment of treatment response B. Diffusion tensor imaging of the spinal cord in the
[A-666] assessment of intramedullary changes [A-361]
N. Papanikolaou; Iraklion/GR M. Sasiadek; Wroclaw/PL
C. Functional and quantitative MRI of symptomatic
stenoses of the lumbar spine [A-362]
K. Eberhardt; Werneck/DE

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MODERN CARDIAC IMAGING

The programme will be concluded with a self-assessment test,


published on ‘ESR Education on Demand’.

4
March Friday, March 4, 08:30–10:00, Room N
5
March Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Room N
E³ 920 How to quantify the haemodynamic E³ 1520 Myocardial characterisation:
significance of coronary stenosis established modalities
vs new ones
Moderator: C. Loewe; Vienna/AT
A. CT-angiography: new tools (TAFE, TAG, CT-FFR) [A-321] Moderator: J. Bremerich; Basle/CH
G. Pontone; Milan/IT A. Hybrid systems in the assessment
B. Myocardial perfusion: what can be done of myocardial perfusion and viability [A-620]
with MR and CT [A-322] D.V. Ryzhkova; St. Petersburg/RU
R. Vliegenthart; Groningen/NL B. T1 and T2-mapping: new items in the radiology
C. New players on the field: toolbox [A-621]
SPECT/CT, PET/CT, MR/PET [A-323] P. Croisille; Saint-Etienne/FR
S.G. Nekolla; Munich/DE C. Cardiac spectroscopy: is it ready for clinical practice?
[A-622]
M. Beer; Ulm/DE
4
March Friday, March 4, 16:00–17:30, Room N
E³ 1220 Essentials of modern imaging 5 Saturday, March 5, 16:00–17:30, Room N
in cardiac diseases March

E³ 1620 Cardiac imaging:


Moderator: G.I. Kirova-Nedialkova; Sofia/BG to new horizons
A. Major challenges in diagnostic imaging of cardiac
diseases [A-447] Moderator: E. Mousseaux; Paris/FR
M. Oudkerk; Groningen/NL A. New approaches for coronary atherosclerotic plaque
B. Backbone of cardiac imaging: CT and MRI [A-448] characterisation [A-678]
M. Gutberlet; Leipzig/DE E.J.R. van Beek; Edinburgh/UK
C. Hybrid systems for cardiac applications: B. Imaging of microvascular disease [A-679]
essentials [A-449] R. Manka; Zurich/CH
J. Knuuti; Turku/FI C. Tracking of stem cells in cardiac repair:
role of MR and hybrid imaging [A-680]
L. Natale; Rome/IT

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DIAGNOSTIC UROGENITAL RADIOLOGY

The programme will be concluded with a self-assessment test,


published on ‘ESR Education on Demand’.

3
March Thursday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Room M 5
3
March Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Room M 5
E³ 522 Retroperitoneum and adrenals E³ 822 Upper and lower urinary tract

Moderator: J. Venancio; Lisbon/PT Moderator: V. Logager; Copenhagen/DK


A. Anatomy and imaging techniques of the A. CTU and MRU of the upper urinary tract [A-309]
retroperitoneum [A-197] N.C. Cowan; Portsmouth/UK
F.M. Danza; Rome/IT B. Imaging of kidney and ureter [A-310]
B. Differential diagnoses of retroperitoneal masses M.A. Cova; Trieste/IT
[A-198] C. Imaging of bladder and urethra [A-311]
M.-F. Bellin; Le Kremlin-Bicêtre/FR J. Lopes Dias; Lisbon/PT
C. Differential diagnoses of adrenal lesions [A-199]
G. Heinz-Peer; St. Pölten/AT
4
March Friday, March 4, 08:30–10:00, Room M 5
3
March Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room M 5
E³ 922 Gynaecology

E³ 622 Kidney Moderator: T.M. Cunha; Lisbon/PT


A. MR imaging techniques and normal anatomy
Moderator: H.C. Thoeny; Berne/CH of the female pelvis [A-379]
A. Differential diagnoses of cystic renal masses [A-209] C.S. Balleyguier; Villejuif/FR
M. Claudon; Vandoeuvre-les-Nancy/FR B. Staging of cervical cancer [A-380]
B. Differential diagnoses of solid renal masses [A-210] R. Forstner; Salzburg/AT
R.H. Oyen; Leuven/BE C. Differential diagnoses of adnexal masses [A-381]
C. Acute and chronic renal infection [A-211] S. Swift; Leeds/UK
N. Grenier; Bordeaux/FR

4 Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room M 5


3
March Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room M 5
March

E³ 1022 Prostate
E³ 722 Emergencies
Moderator: J.J. Fütterer; Nijmegen/NL
Moderator: M.M. Otero-García; Vigo/ES A. Ultrasound of the prostate [A-394]
A. Male pelvis emergencies [A-234] T. Fischer; Berlin/DE
M. Bertolotto; Trieste/IT B. Multiparametric MRI of the prostate [A-395]
B. Gynaecological emergencies [A-235] G.M. Villeirs; Ghent/BE
R.A. Kubik-Huch; Baden/CH C. Staging of prostate cancer [A-396]
C. Imaging of obstetric and puerperal emergencies A.R. Padhani; London/UK
[A-236]
M. Weston; Leeds/UK

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INTERACTIVE TEACHING SESSIONS

2
March Wednesday, March 2, 08:30–10:00, Room A
3
March Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Room A
E³ 121 Head and neck cancer after treatment: E³ 821 Evaluation of patients
what you need to know with lung emphysema

A. Imaging after surgical treatment [A-001] A. Pretherapeutic evaluation of lung emphysema


M. Lell; Erlangen/DE [A-237]
B. Imaging after radiotherapy/chemotherapy [A-002] C.P. Heussel; Heidelberg/DE
G. Madani; London/UK B. Diagnostic work-up after treatment of lung
emphysema [A-238]
N. Sverzellati; Parma/IT
2
March Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room A
E³ 221 Unexpected findings 4
March Friday, March 4, 08:30–10:00, Room A
on brain MRI
E³ 921 Diagnostic evaluation
A. Large ventricles: normal or abnormal? [A-056] of bone tumours
S. Langner; Greifswald/DE
B. Incidental lesions on a brain MRI [A-057] A. Bone tumours: benign or malignant? [A-312]
E.T. Tali; Ankara/TR H.-J. van der Woude; Amsterdam/NL
B. Pseudotumours: mimic bone tumours [A-313]
F.M.H.M. Vanhoenacker; Antwerp/BE
3
March Thursday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Room A
E³ 521 Integrating diagnostic tools 4
March Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room A
in breast imaging
E³ 1021 Emergency radiology I
A. Multimodality breast imaging [A-128]
K. Kinkel; Chêne-Bougeries/CH A. Abdominal vascular emergencies [A-382]
A. Palkó; Szeged/HU
B. Multiparametric breast MRI [A-129]
J. Camps Herrero; Valencia/ES B. Chest trauma [A-383]
J.D. Dodd; Dublin/IE

3
March Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room A 4
March Friday, March 4, 16:00–17:30, Room A
E³ 621 Cardiac CT: from stenosis assessment
to risk stratification E³ 1221 Use of staging and
classification systems
A. CT in stable chest pain [A-200]
R. Marano; Rome/IT A. RECIST 1.1 training [A-423]
A. Graser; Munich/DE
B. Cardiac CT in the emergency room [A-201]
G. Feuchtner; Innsbruck/AT B. Gastrointestinal-abdominal masses [A-424]
A. Ba-Ssalamah; Vienna/AT

3
March Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room A
E³ 721 Cardiac imaging

A. Patterns of delayed enhancement [A-216]


P. Hunold; Lübeck/DE
B. Cardiomyopathies: from diagnosis to prognosis
[A-217]
A. Jacquier; Marseille/FR

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5
March Saturday, March 5, 08:30–10:00, Room A
6
March Sunday, March 6, 08:30–10:00, Room A
E³ 1321 MR imaging in sports medicine I E³ 1721 MR imaging in sports
medicine II
A. Muscle injury in sports [A-505]
M.G. Mack; Munich/DE A. Sports injuries of the ankle [A-719]
B. Knee trauma [A-506] P. Robinson; Leeds/UK
M.O. De Maeseneer; Brussels/BE B. Shoulder injury [A-720]
M. Zanetti; Zurich/CH

5
March Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room A
E³ 1421 Skull base lesions

A. Imaging of the cavernous sinus and the anterior


skull base [A-568]
D. Farina; Brescia/IT
B. Imaging of the central skull base [A-569]
D.-A. Varoquaux; Marseille/FR

5
March Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Room A
E³ 1521 Genitourinary and
gastrointestinal radiology

A. Prostate MRI using PI-RADS [A-606]


H.C. Thoeny; Berne/CH
B. New aspects of renal tumours [A-607]
N. Grenier; Bordeaux/FR

5
March Saturday, March 5, 16:00–17:30, Room A
E³ 1621 Emergency radiology II

A. Brain trauma [A-658]


M. Smits; Rotterdam/NL
B. Peripheral vascular injury [A-659]
J. Ferda; Plzen/CZ

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ECR MASTER
CLASSES

The ECR Master Classes focus on continuous professional development


and lifelong learning. The classes are designed for subspecialised
radiologists seeking cutting-edge information in their particular fields
of interest. They are held by experts in the field and reflect state-of-
the-art knowledge, as well as emerging trends.

ECR Master Classes are offered in cooperation


with each of the following subspecialty societies:

CIRSE (one on vascular and one on interventional radiology), ESCR,


ESER, ESGAR, ESHNR, ESMOFIR, ESNR, ESOI, ESPR, ESSR, ESTI,
ESUR, EUSOBI.

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2
March Wednesday, March 2, 08:30–10:00, Room M 5
3
March Thursday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Room M 1
Cardiac Molecular Imaging
E³ 126 Cardiac CT and new interventions E³ 526 Perfusion imaging

» Chairman’s introduction [A-052] » Chairman’s introduction [A-181]


A. Jankauskas; Kaunas/LT X. Montet; Geneva/CH
A. CT before and after transcatheter aortic valve A. Perfusion imaging: how I do it - by CT and/or by MRI?
interventions (TAVI) [A-053] [A-182]
J.-N. Dacher; Rouen/FR C.C. Cyran; Munich/DE
B. CT before and after transcatheter mitral valve B. Liver perfusion [A-183]
interventions (TMVI) [A-054] V.J. Goh; London/UK
P. Blanke; Vancouver, BC/CA C. Lung perfusion [A-184]
C. CT before and after electrophysiology interventions M. Rémy-Jardin; Lille/FR
[A-055] D. Cerebral perfusion [A-185]
R. Salgado; Antwerp/BE H.R. Jäger; London/UK
» Discussion: » Panel discussion:
How can CT best facilitate cardiac interventions? The pros and cons of perfusion imaging

2 Wednesday, March 2, 16:00–17:30, Room B 4


March
March Friday, March 4, 16:00–17:30, Room M 2
Abdominal and Gastrointestinal Vascular
E³ 426a A tour around cholangiopathies E³ 1226a Interventional radiology for deep
venous thrombosis (DVT):
» Chairman’s introduction [A-061]
ready for prime time?
C. Matos; Lisbon/PT
A. Clinical scenarios [A-062] Moderator: J.I. Bilbao; Pamplona/ES
M. Arvanitaki; Brussels/BE A. Imaging of DVT [A-490]
B. Which imaging modalities? [A-063] P. Haage; Wuppertal/DE
J.M. Lee; Seoul/KR B. Declotting in the emergency room: why not? [A-491]
C. Treatment: which and when [A-064] R. de Graaf; Maastricht/NL
E. Jonas; Stockholm/SE C. Filter indications 2016: new oral anticoagulants
» Multidisciplinary panel discussion and other developments [A-492]
M.J. Lee; Dublin/IE

2 Wednesday, March 2, 16:00–17:30, Room K


March
4 Friday, March 4, 16:00–17:30, Room M 3
Genitourinary March

E³ 426b MR-targeted focal therapies for Paediatric


prostate cancer E³ 1226b Expanding horizons in paediatric
imaging
» Chairman’s introduction:
the rationale for focal therapy [A-101] Moderator: S. Franchi-Abella; Le Kremlin-Bicêtre/FR
F. Cornud; Paris/FR A. Elastography in paediatrics [A-493]
A. The role of multiparametric MR in the planning phase M. Anooshiravani-Dumont; Geneva/CH
of focal therapy [A-102] B. Diffusion-weighted imaging: toy or solution? [A-494]
V. Panebianco; Rome/IT P.D. Humphries; London/UK
B. MR-targeted high intensity focused ultrasound [A-103] C. Contrast-enhanced ultrasound in children [A-495]
M.C. Roethke; Heidelberg/DE D. Kljucevsek; Ljubljana/SI
C. MR-guided cryoablation and focal laser therapy [A-104]
J.J. Fütterer; Nijmegen/NL
D. MR-targeted intensity-modulated radiotherapy with
focal boost [A-105]
V. Fonteyne; Gent/BE
» Panel discussion:
What are the challenges in providing focal treatment
in prostate cancer?

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4
March Friday, March 4, 16:00–17:30, Room M 4
6
March Sunday, March 6, 08:30–10:00, Room N
Emergency Radiology Head and Neck
E³ 1226c Whole body CT in trauma patients E³ 1726a Characterisation of salivary
gland masses
Moderator: H. Alkadhi; Zurich/CH
A. Improving the triage: which patients should undergo Moderator: A. Trojanowska; Lublin/PL
whole-body CT (WBCT)? [A-496] A. Ultrasound [A-736]
D.R. Kool; Nijmegen/NL C.Z. Karaman; Aydin/TR
B. How can we improve our WBCT protocol? [A-497] B. CT, MR/PET and PET/CT [A-737]
B. Leidner; Ekerö/SE N.J.M. Freling; Amsterdam/NL
C. Optimising the value of radiologists in trauma care C. MRI diffusion and perfusion [A-738]
[A-498] S. Espinoza-Boireau; Paris/FR
K.H. Nieboer; Brussels/BE

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5
March Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Room O
March Sunday, March 6, 08:30–10:00, Room F1
Oncologic Imaging
Interventional Radiology E³ 1726b Personalised medicine in oncology:
E³ 1526 Fire and ice outside the liver what can imaging offer?

» Chairman’s introduction [A-616] Moderator: R.G.H. Beets-Tan; Amsterdam/NL


M. Bezzi; Rome/IT A. Personalised medicine in oncology:
A. Lung ablation: update and level of evidence [A-617] hope or reality? [A-752]
W. Prevoo; Amsterdam/NL E.E. Voest; Amsterdam/NL
B. Renal ablation: update and level of evidence [A-618] B. Radiogenomics: can this assist personalised
C.M. Sommer; Heidelberg/DE medicine? [A-753]
C. Bone and soft tissues ablation: update and level V.J. Goh; London/UK
of evidence [A-619] C. Hybrid MRI/PET: the next step in personalised
A. Gangi; Strasbourg/FR cancer care? [A-754]
» Panel discussion: A. Kjaer; Copenhagen/DK
How to strengthen the role of ablation beyond the » Panel discussion:
liver in everyday clinical practice and how to prove Can imaging facilitate a personalised medicine
the value of what we do approach in oncology?

5
March Saturday, March 5, 16:00–17:30, Room D1
6
March Sunday, March 6, 08:30–10:00, Room F2
Chest Breast
E³ 1626 Less common infiltrative lung diseases E³ 1726c Challenging questions for breast
imaging in 2016: breast density,
Moderator: M. Regier; Hamburg/DE
how to solve the non-mass enigma,
A. Pleuroparenchymal fibro elastosis [A-705] new developments in breast MRI
A. Devaraj; London/UK
B. Alveolar proteinosis [A-706] Moderator: R.M. Mann; Nijmegen/NL
W.F.M. De Wever; Leuven/BE A. Breast density: what the breast radiologist
C. Lymphangioleiomyomatosis [A-707] needs to know [A-755]
A. Oikonomou; Toronto, ON/CA S.J. Vinnicombe; Dundee/UK
B. How can we manage the non-mass breast (enigma)
pattern? [A-756]
F. Pediconi; Rome/IT
C. New developments in breast MRI [A-757]
L. Umutlu; Essen/DE

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E3 – ECR MASTER CLASSES

6
March Sunday, March 6, 08:30–10:00, Room G
Neuro
E³ 1726d Imaging in dementia

Moderator: D. van Westen; Lund/SE


A. The neurochemistry of the Alzheimer’s continuum
[A-771]
S. Engelborghs; Antwerp/BE
B. MR contribution to diagnosis and differential
diagnosis [A-772]
F. Barkhof; London/UK, Amsterdam/NL
C. PET imaging in dementia [A-773]
K. Herholz; Manchester/UK

6
March Sunday, March 6, 10:30–12:00, Room A
Musculoskeletal
E³ 1826 MSK and intervention

» Chairman’s introduction [A-774]


A. Gangi; Strasbourg/FR
A. How to biopsy soft tissue and bone tumours [A-775]
G.K.O. Åström; Uppsala/SE
B. Lower back pain: what can I do? [A-776]
D.J. Wilson; Oxford/UK
C. Injectables - steroids and platelet-rich plasma (PRP):
how and when? [A-777]
M.J.C.M. Rutten; ‘s-Hertogenbosch/NL
D. Painful solitary bone lesions:
what is the most appropriate approach? [A-778]
F. Arrigoni; L’Aquila/IT

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MINI
COURSE

The Joint Course of the ESR and RSNA (Radiological Society of North
America) focuses on emergency radiology.

Places are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

Please note that you can only take part in electronic voting via your
own device (smartphone, tablet, laptop) by connecting to the WiFi
network of the lecture room you are in. Once connected, you will be
automatically directed to the voting website. No app required.

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JOINT COURSE OF THE ESR AND RSNA


(RADIOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF NORTH AMERICA):
EMERGENCY RADIOLOGY

3
March Thursday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Room M 4
3
March Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room M 4
MC 528 Abdominal emergencies MC 728 CNS emergencies

Moderators: A. Palkó; Szeged/HU Moderators: A. Palkó; Szeged/HU


R.J. Zagoria; San Francisco, CA/US R.J. Zagoria; San Francisco, CA/US
A. Abdominal injuries [A-193] A. CNS trauma and neurovascular injury [A-230]
A. Palkó; Szeged/HU H.A. Rowley; Madison, WI/US
B. The enemy within: non-traumatic abdominal B. CNS non-traumatic emergencies [A-231]
emergencies [A-194] M. Smits; Rotterdam/NL
R.J. Zagoria; San Francisco, CA/US C. Interactive case discussion [A-232, A-233]
C. Interactive case discussion [A-195, A-196] H.A. Rowley; Madison, WI/US
A. Palkó; Szeged/HU M. Smits; Rotterdam/NL
R.J. Zagoria; San Francisco, CA/US

3 Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Room M 4


3 Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room M 4
March
March MC 828 General principles: paediatric
MC 628 Chest emergencies and ENT emergencies
Moderators: A. Palkó; Szeged/HU Moderators: A. Palkó; Szeged/HU
R.J. Zagoria; San Francisco, CA/US R.J. Zagoria; San Francisco, CA/US
A. Thoracic injuries [A-205] A. Imaging of polytrauma patients [A-306]
J.A. Soto; Boston, MA/US U. Linsenmaier; Munich/DE
B. Non-traumatic thoracic emergencies [A-206] B. Challenges of imaging paediatric abdominal
C.M. Schaefer-Prokop; Amersfoort/NL emergencies [A-307]
C. Interactive case discussion [A-207, A-208] C.J. Sivit; Cleveland, OH/US
J.A. Soto; Boston, MA/US C. Imaging in ENT emergencies [A-308]
C.M. Schaefer-Prokop; Amersfoort/NL D. Nunez; New Haven, CT/US

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PROS & CONS
SESSION
The Pros & Cons Session will examine the controversial topic:
‘Risks and benefits of reporting incidental findings’
The session will be split into one interactive and
one non-interactive part.

2
March Wednesday, March 2, 16:00–17:30, Room M 5
PS 427 Risks and benefits of
reporting incidental findings

Moderator: S. Weckbach; Heidelberg/DE


Teaser: J. Sellors; London/UK
A. Good reasons to ignore incidental findings [A-124]
L. Berlin; Skokie, IL/US
B. Good reasons to report incidental findings [A-125]
A. van der Lugt; Rotterdam/NL
» Questions and answers [A-126, A-127]
S. Weckbach; Heidelberg/DE
J. Sellors; London/UK

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EPOS™
SCIENTIFIC EXHIBITION
More than 2,000 new scientific and educational exhibits
and scientific paper presentations

EURORAD
Learn from more than 5,500 case reports

EUROSAFE IMAGING POSTER EXHIBITION


The ESR’s latest initiative in radiation protection
with submissions from all over Europe

ECR ONLINE & EPOSTM LOUNGE


WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2 TO SATURDAY, MARCH 5: 08:00–18:00
SUNDAY, MARCH 6: 08:00–15:30

TRADEMARK OF
THE VOICE
OF EPOS

ECR 2016 proudly presents The Voice of EPOS, a unique opportunity


for a direct scientific exchange between poster authors and their
audience.

Located in the ECR Online & EPOS Lounge, the EPOS™ Arena will offer
a stage for the best posters submitted for ECR 2016, presented by
their authors in moderated poster sessions.

In addition to sessions comprising organ-based topics, there will be


foreign language sessions to provide a platform for an international
and multilingual scientific community.

All presentations will also be broadcast online via the ECR Online
streaming service.

Sessions will be held at the following times in the EPOS™ Arena.

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2
March Wednesday, March 2, 10:00–11:00
2
March Wednesday, March 2, 11:00–12:00
VoE 1 Abdominal/GI VoE 2 Breast

Moderator: M. Torkzad; Milford/UK Moderator: L.J. Pina Insausti; Pamplona/ES


» Assessment of kidney iron accumulation as a cause of » Descriptors of malignant non-mass enhancement of
renal dysfunction in patients with sickle cell disease breast MRI: their correlation to clinical prognostic
(SCD) using MRI- R2* relaxometry (C-0940) factors (C-0226)
S. Keller; Hamburg/DE Y. Machida; Chuo City, Tokyo/JP
» Educating medical students and junior doctors » Shear-wave elastography for the differential
through an ‘abdominopelvic imaging’ multimedia diagnosis of breast papillary lesions (C-0339)
radiology application (C-1122) W.K. Lee; Seoul/KR
C. Ní Leidhin; Dublin/IE » Quantitative shear wave elastography in the
» Characterisation of liver nodules with Gd-EOB- evaluation of breast cancer metastatic axillary lymph
DTPA-enhanced MRI and contrast-enhanced nodes (C-0494)
ultrasound (CEUS) in a transgenic mouse model of V.V. Kapustin; Moscow Oblast/RU
hepatocellular carcinoma (C-1187) » Radar imaging of breast lesions – a clinical evaluation
P. Marra; Milano/IT and comparison (C-0521)
» Transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt (TIPS) M. Shere; Bristol/UK
– what radiologists should know (C-1508) » Dual-energy contrast enhanced spectral
E. Nagaya; Sao Paulo/BR mammography. One step beyond BI-RADS score, by
» Can magnetic resonance enterocolonography reflect adding the power of iodinated contrast media
the presence of partial mucosal healing in patients (C-0756)
with Crohn’s disease? (C-1853) C. Gkali; Athens/GR
Y. Kitazume; Tokyo/JP » Radiation-induced angiosarcoma of the breast –
» Contrast enhanced ultrasonography is safe in a 15-year retrospective review (C-1143)
paediatric patients: a 10-year retrospective study I.P. Alves; Funchal/PT
(C-2070) » Liponecrosis after autologous lipofilling: Which is the
A. Torres; Stockholm/SE best imaging modality for evaluating it? (C-1224)
» Abdominal wall lesions: a pictorial review (C-2181) A. Jarre; Valencia/ES
K. Nam; Seoul/KR » Invasive breast cancer in young Korean women
» MRI in the evaluation of pancreatic tumour treated under 35 years of age: clinical, radiological, and
with irreversible electroporation (IRE) (C-2196) histopathological characteristics (C-1591)
M. Studniarek; Gdansk/PL S. Lee; Seoul/KR
» Age dependence of spleen- and muscle-corrected » Prognostic importance of SWE on breast cancer:
hepatic signal enhancement on hepatobiliary phase lysyl oxidase gene study (C-2150)
gadoxetate MRI (C-2342) Y.K. Kayadibi; Istanbul/TR
S. Matoori; Salzburg/AT » Comparison of full-field digital mammography
» Acute gastro-intestinal bleeding (AGB), diagnostic (FFDM) with synthesised 2D mammography and
and interventional management: a preliminary digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) in Chinese women
retrospective single centre experience (C-2372) (C-2332)
E. Puglielli; Teramo/IT H.Y.L. Sinn; Hong Kong/HK

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2
March Wednesday, March 2, 12:00–13:00
2
March Wednesday, March 2, 13:00–14:00
VoE 3 Italian VoE 4 Cardiac

Moderator: I. Bargellini; Pisa/IT Moderator: A. Alberich-Bayarri; Valencia/ES


» Accuracy of integrated imaging techniques in » Size of hypertrophic myocardium or myocardial
paediatric airway diseases (C-0729) fibrosis by LGE and cine in patients with hypertrophic
N. Stagnaro; Genova/IT cardiomyopathy: correlation with the New York Heart
» Role of interventional radiology in the treatment of Function Assessment (NYHA) (C-0037)
pancreatitis complications (C-1029) J. Zhao; Chongqing/CN
F. Corvino; Naples/IT » CT perfusion imaging of the myocardium vs. coronary
» MRI patterns of brain toxicity in children (C-1297) CT angiography for the assessment of hemodynamic
M.C. Rossi Espagnet; Rome/IT relevant coronary artery stenosis (C-0066)
A.S. Straeter; Munich/DE
» Clinical, functional and imaging results after one year
from intrarticular injection of platelet rich plasma » T1 mapping of the myocardium: what a resident
(PRP) versus hyaluronic acid (HA) in patients with needs to know (C-0385)
osteoarthritis of the knee (OA) (C-1699) F.M. Caballeros; Pamplona/ES
S. Quarchioni; Teramo/IT » The relationship between coronary artery stenosis
» Unexplained chronic cough (UCC) in children: can using non-invasive computed tomography coronary
chest computed tomography (CCT) help in making a angiography and invasive fractional flow reserve in
diagnosis? What about radiation exposure? (C-2027) patients with ischemic heart disease (C-0615)
M. Cellina; Milan/IT I. Anan; Tokyo/JP

» MR thermometry: ex-vivo model assessment using » Radiologic and clinicopathologic findings of


three fast T1-weighted sequences during laser eosinophilic heart diseases: assessment with cardiac
ablation procedures (C-2042) MRI and MDCT (C-1326)
F. Giurazza; Rome/IT J.Y. Yoo; Seoul/KR

» Role of STIR and T2-weighted TSE MR sequences for » Diagnostic, therapeutic and economic implications
recognising occult inflammatory breast cancer of FFRCT-adoption in the non-invasive assessment of
(C-2152) CAD: a retrospective study (C-1518)
M. Moschetta; Bari/IT K. De Smet; Oostduinkerke/BE

» Digital breast tomosynthesis-guided biopsy: » Everything you need to know about congenital
preliminary experience (C-2207) anomalies involving the coronary sinus on CT
F. Pipan; Udine/IT (C-1534)
A. Goienetxea Murgiondo; Donostia/ES
» A new MR follow-up algorithm for a proper
management of ‘small’ adrenal adenomas (AA) » Take a look at the heart: Role of cardiovascular CT
(C-2245) and MRI in cardioembolic stroke (C-1788)
R. Faletti; Turin/IT A. Ugarte; San Sebastian/ES
» The impact of alcohol intake on the presence of
coronary artery disease (C-2212)
D. Danicska; Budapest/HU
» Inferior insertion points delayed enhancement and
right ventricular dilation in patients with congenital
heart disease (C-2357)
P.M. Cannao; San Donato Milanese/IT

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2
March Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:00
2
March Wednesday, March 2, 15:00–16:00
VoE 5 French VoE 6 Arabic

Moderator: S. Nougaret; St. Clement de Riviere/FR Moderator: T. El-Diasty; Mansoura/EG


» Imaging of the complications of middle ear surgery: » Value of subtracted magnetic resonance images in
how do I keep my favourite surgeon away from jail? diagnosis of different non vascular lesions of the
(C-0658) body (C-0039)
A. Venkatasamy; Strasbourg/FR A.M. Abougabal; Alexandria/EG
» Selective arterial embolisation of renal tumour » Detection of uterine vascular malformations using
in a hybrid operating room at the same time as 4D-CT angiography: initial experience (C-0553)
laparoscopic partial nephrectomy: a new approach in A.M.H. El-Sharkawy; Tanta/EG
renal surgery (C-0905) » Imaging appearances of stromal fibrosis (C-1134)
L. Besnier; Angers/FR L. Nassar; Beirut/LB
» Updated prostate imaging reporting and data system » MRI defecography signs in obstructed defecation
(PI-RADS) 2.0 versus 1.0: detection accuracy of (C-1906)
prostate clinically significant and insignificant cancer M. A. Alkubeyyer; Riyadh/SA
(C-1203)
» Meningeal thickening in MRI: from signs to etiologies
S. Peslerbe; Angers/FR
(C-1979)
» Automatic detection of prostate cancer using A. Hssine; Soussa/TN
quantitative perfusion parameters in contrast-
» Endovascular treatment of distal basilar artery
enhanced ultrasound (C-1798)
aneurysms (C-2019)
M. Skendi; Paris/FR
M. Zaitoun; Zagazig/EG
» 320-row CT transcatheter aortic valve implantation
» Radiology reports evaluation by University of
planning using a single reduced contrast media bolus
Rochester Medical Center (URMC) emergency
injection: a prospective study on 50 patients
department (ED) (C-2102)
(C-2034)
W.A. Abdellatif; Zagazig/EG
M. Ohana; Strasbourg/FR
» Utility of intra-arterial cone beam CT angiography
» Assesment of comparative accuracies of ultrasound
in detection of intracranial micro-arteriovenous
and fluoroscopic steroid injections into the
malformations (C-2304)
subacromial bursa (C-2068)
A. Elmokadem; Mansoura/EG
S. Charlon; Paris/FR
» Image defined risk factors using MDCT: are they a
» Greater occipital nerve MR tractography: feasibility
good predictor of surgical outcomes in abdominal
and anatomical considerations (C-2088)
neuroblastoma regardless of the disease stage?
A. Kastler; Grenoble/FR
(C-0413)
» Post-traumatic neuroma after surgery of the carpal O. Kamal; Asyut/EG
tunnel: MRI study (C-2291)
» RENAL nephrometry score value in approach and
J.-L. Drapé; Paris/FR
outcomes of partial nephrectomy (C-1395)
» Radiation dose and acquisition time for CT H.S. Gaber; Mansoura/EG
transaortic valve implantation (TAVI) planning
examinations with new-generation 256 multi-detector
CT (MDCT) (C-2376)
L. Macron; Saint-Denis/FR
» Brain cysts (C-2385)
A. Krainik; Grenoble/FR

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2
March Wednesday, March 2, 16:00–17:00
3
March Thursday, March 3, 09:00–10:00
VoE 7 Chest VoE 8 Head and Neck

Moderator: M. Toepker; Vienna/AT Moderator: E. Ada; Izmir/TR


» Assessment of primary pulmonary malignancy: » A pilot feasibility study of 99mTc-EC-DG SPECT/
comparison of CT and MR imaging with radial 3D CT imaging in the treatment response evaluation in
T1-weighted gradient echo and radial 3D ultrashort patients with locally advanced head and neck cancer 
TE sequences at 3.0 Tesla using a high-density coil (C-0200)
(C-0582) C.W. Westin; Chicago, IL/US
H. Lee; Wonju/KR » Salivary gland tumours: a pictorial review (C-0317)
» A type of future virtual 3D microscope and its 3D A.R. Ramírez; Madrid/ES
image printing to make realized magnified model of » “Necrotic lymphadenopathy” in the neck:
the peripheral lung, based on micro CT of the lung how many diagnostic keys do you have? (C-0411)
specimen (C-0716) J.S. Kim; Seoul/KR
H. Natori; Sapporo/JP
» Thyroid FNA guidelines; a comparison of the six
» CT lung subtraction for assessment of regional internationally recognised guidelines (C-0441)
pulmonary perfusion in patients with chronic A. Weir; Limerick/IE
thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension (C-0926)
» Usability of exposure dose reduction using volume
T. Kariyasu; Tokyo/JP
scan in the auditory-ossicle CT scan (C-0653)
» 80 kV low contrast volume CT pulmonary K. Nagamoto; Fukuoka/JP
angiography for the diagnosis of acute pulmonary
» Compliance of British thyroid ultrasound «U»
embolism: improving patient safety (C-1152)
guidelines - are we all speaking the “Unified”
J. Bell; Bradford/UK
thyroid language? (C-1158)
» MR imaging of mediastinal tumours (C-1156) S. Singh; Leeds/UK
A. Matos; Lisbon/PT
» Are we requesting PET-CT scans in line with current
» Lung sonography; a valuable contributor in the NICU guidance at the Edinburgh Cancer Centre in the
(C-1323) diagnostic work-up of head and neck cancers?
E. Manoli; Marousi/GR (C-1272)
» The use of hyperpolarised xenon (HP 129Xe-MRI) for A. Vibhakar; Edinburgh/UK
assessing collateral ventilation (C-1541) » Parathyroid glands: so small but yet so big (C-1520)
M. Chen; Oxford/UK M. Pérez Dávila; Madrid/ES
» MDCT signs of acute thoracic compartment » Retropharyngeal calcific tendinitis of the musculus
syndrome (TCS): a pictorial review (C-1757) longus colli tendon - a clinical mimicker (C-1744)
C. Liguori; Naples/IT E.C. Schubert; Munich/DE
» Individualised CTPA injection protocol optimises » Labyrinthine hemorrhage detected on magnetic
contrast use and increases arterial attenuation resonance image as a cause of sudden profound
(C-2235) sensorineural hearing loss (C-1837)
H.-J. Raatschen; Hannover/DE D.-W. Park; Guri-si/KR
» CT-guided needle biopsy of lung lesions: is there the
possibility of reducing the dose? (C-2317)
G. Coppola; Rome/IT

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3
March Thursday, March 3, 10:00–11:00
3
March Thursday, March 3, 11:00–12:00
VoE 9 Emergency VoE 10 Genitourinary

Moderator: S. Nougaret; St. Clement de Riviere/FR Moderator: N. Caserta; Campinas/BR


» Traumatic adrenal hematoma: clinical and imaging » Vesical artery embolization in hemorragic cystitis in
findings (C-0193) children, a case series of 3 patients (C-0380)
A.S. Kahraman; Malatya/TR D. Barnés Navarro; Montornés del Vallés/ES
» Magnetic resonance imaging evaluation of spinal cord » Multifocal renal solid tumours: radiological approach
injury with out radiographic abnormality (SCIWORA). (C-0781)
(C-0640) M.Á. Corral de la Calle; Ávila/ES
D. Rajgopal; Manglore/IN » Preliminary results of prostate artery embolisation as
» Major trauma CTs: how reliable are trainee final treatment in selected BPH patients (C-0888)
radiologists reports? (C-0822) F. Imani; Rotterdam/NL
E. Lagha; London/UK » Imaging findings of various uterine and extrauterine
» Radiologic patterns of hepatic injuries following leiomyomas with unusual appearance or location
cardiopulmonary resuscitation (C-0941) (C-0915)
A. Dixit; St. John’s/CA R. Dosho; Tokyo/JP
» Pearls and pitfalls in the diagnosis of ectopic » Postpartum period: uncommon emergent
pregnancy (C-1251) complications (C-0922)
S. Ramanathan; Doha/QA M. Certo; Santo Tirso/PT
» Brain attack: imaging of non traumatic neuro » Comparison of ADC of normal uterine zones between
emergencies, what radiologists should know (C-1563) postmenopausal and reproductive age women  
R. Gautam; Manila/PH (C-1267)
» CT pulmonary angiography in pregnancy: to do or A. Tsili; Ioannina/GR
not to do? Role of minimally invasive CTPA (C-2058) » Technical pitfalls in prostate MRI - insights into
A. Lemos; Milan/IT eliminating artifacts in your prostate protocol
» Reliability and time effectivity of an assisted bone (C-1392)
reading software for the analysis of CT trauma cases M. Czarniecki; Warsaw/PL
(C-2280) » Differentiation of adrenal nodular hyperplasia and
S.M. Anton; Lübeck/DE lipid-poor adenoma by clinical manifestation and
» MDCT signs accuracy in detection of acute perforated advance virtual monoenergetic technique on CT
appendicitis (C-2354) (C-2047)
P. P. Saturnino; Naples/IT W. Shu xian; Zhengzhou/CN
» Diffusion magnetic resonance in cervical carcinoma:
the role of ADC in the evaluation of treatment
response (C-2114)
G.M. Barelli; Rome/IT
» Value of MRI features of acute adnexal torsion in
pregnant women (C-2216)
D. Kang; Dong-gu, Ulsan/KR

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3
March Thursday, March 3, 12:00–13:00
3
March Thursday, March 3, 13:00–14:00
VoE 11 Chinese VoE 12 Oncology

Moderator: V. Chong; Singapore/SG Moderator: O. Tanaka; Tsukuba/JP


» Resting-state functional magnetic resonance imaging » Increased incidence of pancreatic cancer in
study on amplitude of low-frequency fluctuate of hepatocellular carcinoma cohort (C-0038)
somatoform disorder (C-0137) W. Gonoi; Tokyo/JP
L. Wei; Chongqing/CN » A web-based and user friendly planning tool to
» Quantitative spectral CT evaluation of kidney predict outcome for percutaneous cryoablation of
tumours with the stretched-exponential nonlinear renal tumours including validation of the simulation
regression analysis model (C-0256) model (C-0451)
X. Yang; Shenyang/CN J.J. Futterer; Nijmegen/NL
» Safety and efficacy of high-dose adenosine stress » Dual energy CT quantification of lipiodol
cardiac MR   (C-0718) deposition after transarterial chemoembolization in
Y.Y. Kwong; Hong Kong/CN patients with hepatocellular carcinoma (C-0608)
» The experimental study of diffusion kurtosis imaging Y. Yoshiyasu; Nagoya/JP
combined with dynamic contrast-enhanced magnetic » Y90-radioembolization of hypovascular liver lesions:
resonance imaging in the prediction of post- role of cone-beam CT (C-0698)
traumatic epilepsy (C-0971) A. Grigolini; Pisa/IT
W. Li; Shanghai/CN » Response assessment of response to treatment in the
» Differentiation of angiomyolipoma with minimal fat cancer patient: a tutorial for the radiologist (C-0755)
and common non-clear cell renal cell carcinoma on A. Nunziata; Ercolano/IT
MDCT (C-1104) » Dose modulation in low dose lung cancer screening:
X. Li; Tianjin/CN how low can we go? (C-0920)
» The combination of shear wave elastography and N. Verma; Gainesville, FL/US
contrast-enhanced ultrasound for diagnosing breast » Comparative analysis of multi-parametric positron
lesions: a mutiple logistic regression analysis (C-1371) emission tomography, diffusion weighted imaging
H. Wu; Chengdu/CN and diffusion tensor imaging values in lung
» Dynamic functional connectivity patterns of the adenocarcinoma patients (C-1249)
subgenual anterior cingulate cortex in patients S. Lucic; Sremska Kamenica, Novi Sad/RS
with refractory and nonrefractory major depressive » Low-dose computed tomography for lung cancer
disorders (C-2173) screening: comparison of performance between
B. Cheng; Chengdu/CN annual and biennial screen (C-1544)
» Cortico-striatal connectivity in drug-naive patients M. Silva; Parma/IT
with obsessive-compulsive disorder (C-2349) » Pre-treatment ADC histogram-analysis at whole body
X. Hu; Chengdu/CN diffusion-weighted MRI predicts disease free survival
in ovarian cancer (C-2122)
K.L.M. Michielsen; Leuven/BE
» Five year follow up of indeterminate pulmonary
nodules in osteosarcoma patients: how do they
behave? (C-2190)
M. Iqbal; Lahore/PK

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VoE 13 Nordic VoE 14 Russian

Moderator: M. Torkzad; Milford/UK Moderator: I. Arkhipova; Moscow/RU


» Assessment of effective dose in a series of CT of the » Assessment of dynamic pelvic floor MRI (MR-
knees, time to revise the guidelines? (C-0205) defecography) (C-0069)
J.M.E. Torsvik; Bergen/NO K.S. Petrov; Moscow/RU
» Magnetic resonance imaging of hyperacute tissue » Cervical spine MRI in Hirayama disease: practical
injury and regional cerebral blood flow in clinically aspects (C-0189)
relevant ischemic stroke model in the rat (C-0320) E.I. Kremneva; Moscow/RU
P. Little; Stockholm/SE » Ultrasound diagnostics simulators for students and
» Measuring mammographic density: comparing a fully residents: implementation experience (C-0239)
automated volumetric assessment versus European D. Venidiktova; Smolensk/RU
radiologists’ qualitative classification (C-0383) » Opposed phase (out-of-phase) imaging. Resident
H. Sartor; Malmö/SE guide   (C-0472)
» MRI changes after the implantation of percutaneous T. Movsisyan; Moscow/RU
interspinous device Aperius in spinal stenosis - » Proton MR spectroscopy of ischemic rat brain:
a retrospective cohort study (C-0469) dynamic changes of metabolites in infarct zone in
W. Witwit; Gothenburg/SE deferent normalisations (C-0518)
» Dynamic contrast enhanced computed tomography: D. Namestnikova; Moscow/RU
effects of non rigid motion correction on image » Evaluation of the radiation-induced brain injury: MRI
quality and reproducibility (C-0564) follow-up study (C-0707)
K.R. Brow; Glostrup/DK Z. Savintseva; Saint-Petersburg/RU
» PGMI score of baseline mammograms before interval » Localization of Broca’s and Wernicke’s areas with
cancers in a population-based screening programme resting state fMRI (C-1673)
(C-0675) E. Pechenkova; Moscow/RU
R. Gullien; Oslo/NO
» The comparison between coronary CT angiography
» Emerging role of functional brain MRI in low-grade and intravascular ultrasound for assessment of
glioma surgery (C-0873) coronary plaque components in patients with acute
A. Friismose; Odense/DK coronary syndrome (C-1696)
» Protocol for evaluation of radiologist’s active role M. Shabanova; Moscow/RU
in the diagnostic assessment of patients with vague » Brain CT-perfusion: correlation between
symptoms suspected of serious illness that can be completeness of the circle of Willis and
cancer  (C-1687) haemodynamic changes in cases of not-acute
N. Lapitskaya; Silkeborg/DK atherosclerotic occlusion of main brachiocephalic
» Semi-automatic quantification of exocrine pancreatic arteries (C-2366)
function by secretin-stimulated MRI in chronic A. Vishnevskaia; Moscow/RU
pancreatitis and healthy subjects (C-1921)
A. Madzak; Aalborg/DK
» The natural history of non-resected intraductal
papillary mucinous neoplasms (IPMN) of the
pancreas: a single institution experience (C-2387)
N. Kartalis; Stockholm/SE

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VoE 15 Abdominal/GI VoE 16 Head and Neck

Moderator: I. Arkhipova; Moscow/RU Moderator: K. Bhatia; Hong Kong/CN


» Radiofrequency ablation following transarterial » Correlation between sonographic features and
chemoembolization for patients with BCLC B, C stage nuclear morphometric parameters in parotid gland
hepatocellular carcinoma (C-0067) tumours (C-0079)
T. Jianfei; lishui/CN D. Obad Kovacevic; Zagreb/HR
» Peritoneal cavity anatomy in CT peritoneography: » Nodular (N) and non-nodular (non-N) configuration
a comprehensive description (C-0401) of subacute granulomatous thyroiditis (SAT):
J. Calvo Blanco; Oviedo/ES characteristics and interval change (IC) using follow-
» Part II - Video animation of anomalies of rotation of up (FU) ultrasonography (US) (C-0129)
gut (C-0580) Y.J. Lee; Busan/KR
M.D. Rahalkar; Pune/IN » Head and neck manifestation of aarcoidosis:
» The role of MRCP in a hospital with a 24/7 a pictorial review of findings at CT and MR (C-0253)
experienced ultrasound service: when is MRCP J. Rogers; Knoxville, TN/US
indispensable and when could it be avoided? » Ultrasound for the diagnosis of carotidynia (C-0261)
(C-0789) M.A. Abrahamy; Zerifin/IL
V. Moustakas; Rodos/GR » Differential diagnosis of non-traumatic lesions of the
» Imaging of ALPPS procedure: what the radiologist scalp: a pictorial review (C-0284)
should know (C-0818) R. Morcillo; Toledo/ES
M. Zerial; Udine/IT » Cystic fibrosis sinus score (CFSS) for the evaluation
» Reproducibility of relative liver enhancement of the paranasal sinuses complications of cystic
(C-0836) fibrosis using cone beam CT (C-2007)
K.A. Schelz; Kogarah/AU M.C. Firetto; Milan/IT
» Evaluation of the scan timing for CT during arterial » Thyroglossal duct cyst: imaging characteristics and
portography using two different bolus tracking clinical correlation (C-2132)
methods (C-0856) I.H. Lee; Daejeon/KR
A.Chiba; Sapporo, Hokkaido/JP » Evaluation of shear wave elastography with
» Primary solid tumours of the liver: a pictorial transverse and longitudinal scans: differentiation
review (C-1424) between benign and malignant thyroid nodules
P. Brown; Leeds/UK (C-2383)
» Linitis plastica of the rectum: an unusual type of Y.J. Choi; Seoul/KR
rectal cancer (C-1723)
D.M. Angulo; Palma de Mallorca/ES
» Predictive value of the target appearance on the
hepatobiliary phase of GD-EOB-DTPA MRI in the
patients of breast cancer hepatic metastasis: the first
step for the personalised radiology (C-2030)
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March Friday, March 4, 11:00–12:00
VoE 17 Interventional VoE 18 Musculoskeletal

Moderator: I. Bargellini; Pisa/IT Moderator: E. Llopis; Alzira-Valencia/ES


» Out of sight, out of mind? A three point plan to » Tarsal tunnel syndrome: evaluation on MRI (C-0022)
optimize IVC filter follow-up (C-0231) Y. Kobashi; Chiba/JP
C. C. Logan; Dublin/IE » Dynamic MRI scan in osteosarcoma and Ewing
» Liver regeneration: comparison of portal vein sarcoma (C-0295)
embolization versus radio-frequency-assisted liver O. M. Albtoush; Vienna/AT
partition with portal vein ligation (RALPP) (C-0471) » An optimal protocol for full-spine radiography
M. Tsakok; London/UK (C-0649)
» Minimally invasive treatment of osteoid osteoma C. Ernst; Brussels/BE
(OO): MR guided focused ultrasound surgery » Scaphoid imaging with digital tomosynthesis as
(MRgFUS) and radiofrequency thermal ablation (RFA) an adjunct to radiography: a single department’s
(C-0473) experience (C-1036)
F. Arrigoni; L’Aquila/IT B. Gibney; Dublin/IE
» The use of fluoroscopy and ultrasound guidance in » Anatomy and non-traumatic pathology of the atlanto-
placement of peritoneal dialysis catheter (C-0911) axial joint (C-1260)
A.M.K. Abdel Aal; Birmingham, AL/US G. Retnasingam; Leicester/UK
» Evaluation of sclerotherapy for the treatment of » The diagnostic challenge of groin pain in adults:
infected postoperative lymphocele (C-1013) review of imaging modalities and differential
S.H. Kang; Seongnam-si/KR diagnoses (C-1291)
» Key points of successful percutaneous ethanol A. Zaidi; Ariana/TN
sclerotherapy (PEST) procedure – long term results of » Radiographic signs predicting rotator cuff tears
PEST treatments in patients with symptomatic liver (C-1443)
and splenic cysts (C-1553) J.J. van der Reijden; Deventer/NL
A. Kollár; Budapest/HU
» MR imaging in the post-therapeutic/post-surgical
» Variant hepatic arterial anatomy and extra-hepatic follow-up of malignant musculoskeletal neoplasms:
arterial supply in hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) pearls and pitfalls (C-1781)
and colorectal metastases: impact on transarterial N.S. Sideri; Chaidari/GR
chemoembolization (TACE) planning and technique
» Cyclops lesions do not worsen clinical outcome two
(C-1686)
years after anterior cruciate ligament surgery
S. Aquilina; Msida/MT
(C-2026)
» Correlation of peak skin dose with geometrical L. Facchetti; San Francisco, CA/US
and dosimetric parameters from interventional
» Radiation dose of lumbar spine CT: analysis and
procedures (C-1835)
comparison between different modes of acquisition
N. Fitousi; Leuven/BE
in two European imaging centers (C-2386)
» A new classification of stent graft-induced distal A. Papachristodoulou; Thessaloniki/GR
complications (SIDCs) after repair with stainless
steel-based device for aortic dissection (C-2062)
Y. Xue; Beijing/CN
» Checklist use in radiology: an Australia-wide cross-
sectional study (C-2209)
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March Friday, March 4, 13:00–14:00
VoE 19 Turkish VoE 20 Neuro

Moderator: C. Calli; Izmir/TR Moderator: E. Ada; Izmir/TR


» Value of dynamic MR imaging using the Ktrans » T2*-weighted perfusion MRI imaging biomarkers
technique for assessment of native kidneys in pre- obtained at the peritumoural area of high-grade
emptive renal transplantation (C-0033) gliomas relate to patients survival (C-0599)
R. Sade; Erzurum/TR L. Marti-Bonmati; Valencia/ES
» Evaluation of bone marrow via diffusion-weighted » Hypertrophic olivar degeneration: review of literature
imaging in adult patients with acute leukemia and presentation of a 7 case series (C-0728)
(C-0062) J.P. Martínez Barbero; Jaen/ES
A. Kocyigit; Denizli/TR » 3D arterial spin labelling: as a part of routine MRI
» The view from the mastoid fontanel of the neonatal brain protocols (C-0792)
brain (C-0974) M. R. Verma; Mumbai/IN
F.C. Sarioglu; Izmir/TR » High resolution MRI of the intracranial arterial wall:
» MRI findings in paediatric acquired brown syndrome utility and imaging findings in a variety of disease
with various etiological factors (C-0983) states (C-0878)
C.Z. Karaman; Aydin/TR S. Power; Toronto, ON/CA
» Decreased bilateral insula volume and widespread » Diffusion tensor imaging of spinal cord as an
white matter dysintegrity in schizophrenia (C-1033) emerging tool in neuroradiology (C-1049)
A. Onay; Istanbul/TR K. Agawane; Mumbai/IN
» Efficiency and utility of strain elastography in the » Gender related peculiarities of amygdala deactivation
diagnosis and staging of acute appendicitis in during movements (C-1342)
patients in paediatric age group (C-1103) O. Omelchenko; Kyiv/UA
H. Arslan; Van/TR » Middle cerebral artery anatomy: do you know yours?
» Extraarticular lateral ankle impingement (C-1282) (C-1360)
C. Cevikol; Antalya/TR D.P. Mitchell; Dublin/IE
» Evaluation of optic nerve head biomechanical » Ultra-high field MRI of the substantia nigra in patients
properties in pseudoexfoliation glaucoma with real- with atypical parkinsonisms (C-1366)
time ultrasound elastography (C-1412) D. Frosini; Pisa/IT
Ö. Ünal; Ankara/TR » Intrinsic brain abnormalities in drug-naive patients
» Rhabdomyosarcoma everywhere: differential with obsessive-compulsive disorder: a resting-state
diagnosis on imaging (C-1675) functional MRI study (C-2361)
A. Güneş; Ankara/TR X. Hu; Chengdu/CN
» Evaluation of iron accumulation in choroid plexus » Diffusion MR imaging using multi-band EPI in brain:
in patients with beta-thalassaemia major by using basics and its clinical application (C-0595)
susceptibility weighted imaging (SWI) (C-2254) M. Hori; Tokyo/JP
E. Üre; Istanbul/TR

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VoE 21 Spanish VoE 22 Japanese

Moderator: A. Alberich-Bayarri; Valencia/ES Moderator: Y.O. Tanaka; Tsukuba/JP


» Multi-task paradigm in functional magnetic resonance » Proposal of quantitative identification method of
imaging (fMRI) (C-0011) a small-type OSL dosimeter: conditions that the
A. Granados; Cali/CO dosimeter is not identified in the medical image
» Diagnostic errors: understanding the concepts (C-0010)
through spine examples (C-0444) K. Takegami; Tokushima/JP
R. Mirón Mombiela; Valencia/ES » Comparison of shear wave velocity measurement
» Prognostic value of early diffusion weighted using VTQ and VTIQ: phantom and cervical lymph
MRI in full-term newborns with hypoxic ischemic node studies (C-0290)
encephalopathy (C-0795) R. Kishimoto; Chiba/JP
E.-M. Heursen; Cádiz/ES » Evaluation of energy dependence of nanoDot
» Ultrasound of the lumbar spine: what should the optically stimulated luminescence (OSL) dosimeter
radiologist know to perform interventional spine using characteristic x-ray induced by medical x-ray
procedures? Technique, normal anatomy, and equipment (C-0338)
anatomic variant with radiologic correlation (C-1327) T. Okazaki; Tsukuba, Ibaraki/JP
M. Squarcia; Barcelona/ES » Imaging of pulmonary nontuberculous mycobacterial
» Imaging findings of paediatric intestinal, liver- infection: variations, sequential changes, and
intestinal, and multivisceral transplantation (C-1358) differential diagnoses (C-0584)
M. Parrón; Madrid/ES S. Noguchi; Tenri/JP

» Detection of bone metastases through diffusion- » Image quality evaluation of turbo-spin echo diffusion
weighted whole-body imaging with background body weighted image (TSE-DWI): a phantom study
signal suppression (DWIBS) (C-1601) (C-0631)
H. Barragán-Campos; Queretaro/MX T. Yoshida; Shizuoka/JP

» Retained surgical sponge in chest and abdomen: » Evaluation of myocardial fibrosis using T1 mapping
CT imaging appearance and complications (C-1614) in dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) compared with
S. Ramirez; Medellin/CO endomyocardial biopsy (EMB) (C-0651)
Y. Morita; Suita, Osaka/JP
» Post-treatment imaging in primary and secondary
brain tumours: a diagnostic challenge (C-1672) » Consideration of reliability in the diagnosis of acute
D.D.J. De la Rosa Porras; Madrid/ES ischemic cerebrovascular disorders about MRI in iPad
air (C-1280)
» Aorto-caval space: a forgotten retroperitoneal space
H. Hattori; Toyoake/JP
(C-1925)
C. Varela Ubilla; Santiago/CL » Research and development of tumour response
observation system for dose-volume delivery guided
» MRI: the technique of choice in the study of
particle therapy (TROS-DGPT) (C-1362)
pleomorphic adenoma (C-2211)
T. Nishio; Hiroshima/JP
B. Brea Alvarez; Majadahonda/ES
» Development of activity pencil beam algorithm using
measured distribution data of positron emitter nuclei
generated by target nuclear fragmentation reaction
for innovative proton therapy (C-1364)
A. Nishio-Miyatake; Yokohama/JP
» A predictive factor of delayed neurological sequelae
following carbon monoxide intoxication (C-1695)
Y. Kubo; Tokyo/JP

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VoE 23 Genitourinary VoE 24 Neuro

Moderator: V.F. Muglia; Ribeirao Preto/BR Moderator: Moderator: C. Calli; Izmir/TR


» Postsurgical complications of the urinary diversion » Incidence, risk factors and clinical significance
after radical cystectomy (C-0678) of contrast staining areas after mechanical
B. Garcia Martinez; Santander/ES thrombectomy in patients with acute ischaemic
» MRI of benign and malignant lesions of prostate stroke (C-1082)
(C-0964) M. Rusina; Trnava/SK
A. Bangaragiri; Singapore/SG » Grey-white matter ratio of the brain: a candidate
» Emergency imaging of acute abdomen of marker for the duration of the terminal phase based
gynecologic origin: spectrum of MDCT findings on post-mortem CT-scans (C-1141)
(C-1213) P.A.M. Hofman; Maastricht/NL
V.S. Teran Pareja; Madrid/ES » Extra-axial hyperdense lesions in head CT scan
» Benign mimics of gynecologic malignancies (C-1523) without contrast: systematic guide of differential
D. Ballah; San Francisco, CA/US diagnosis (C-1273)
A. Pacheco; Valencia/ES
» MRI findings of placental invasion without placental
previa (C-1594) » Stroke imaging – time is brain (C-1743)
S. Kitai; Tokyo/JP R. Rege; Mumbai/IN

» Contribution of magnetic resonance imaging of » Fiber tractography of the brachial plexus in patients
pelvic floor to de novo stress urinary incontinence with avulsion trauma (C-1851)
post vaginal delivery (C-2180) M. Amelin; Novosibirsk/RU
N. Li; Tianjin/CN » Understanding microstructure of the brain with
» Low dose multidetector CT for the initial detection of advanced diffusion tensor imaging and comparing
urolithiasis: a local clinical audit (C-2239) with pathological findings (C-1967)
Y.A.R.M. Selim; Nizwa/OM K. Sato; Tokyo/JP

» Radiologic percutaneous interventions for ureter » The outcome of fMRI language mapping is affected
disease (C-0966) by patient fatigue (C-2314)
H. Lee; Anyang/KR M. Kiss; Budapest/HU

» Prostate cancer: correlation of intravoxel incoherent » Comparison of quantitative susceptibility mapping at


motion MR parameters with Gleason score (C-0918) 1.5- and 3.0-Tesla (C-2355)
D.M. Yang; Seoul/KR O. Solyanik; Hanover/DE
» Neuroimaging of the sciatic nerve high division
causing Piriformis syndrome (C-2379)
S.A. Jengojan; Vienna/AT
» Stent-retriever thrombectomy of small caliber
intracranial vessels using pREset LITE - safety and
efficacy (C-2381)
W. Kurre; Stuttgart/DE

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VoE 25 Breast VoE 26 Paediatric

Moderator: E. Fleury; Sao Paulo/BR Moderator: M. Argyropoulou; Ioannina/GR


» Real-time elastography: impact of strain ratio on » Gastro-intestinal anomalies in infants with congenital
diagnostic performance of solid breast lesions diaphragmatic hernia: prenatal diagnosis and
(C-0731) postnatal complications (C-0372)
K. Bojanic; Osijek/HR K. Minkner; Neuchâtel/CH
» Importance of anatomopathological-imaging » Which serum biochemical markers could predict
correlations for the validation of a breast biopsy radiologic metabolic bone disease in preterm infants?
results (C-1182) (C-0890)
A. Jalaguier-Coudray; Marseille/FR J.W. Park; Daejeon/KR
» MRI in high cancer-risk patients with BIRADS-3 » CT and MRI imaging features of paediatric
lesions: is short-interval follow-up the answer? rhabdomyosarcomas (RMS) (C-1441)
(C-1211) L. A. Fowkes; London/UK
G. Bar On; Beer Yaakov/IL » Imaging evaluation of the thyroid gland in children:
» Health-related quality of life, anxiety and what radiologists should know (C-1616)
depression in women related to mammography in B.F. Corgosinho; São Paulo/BR
Greece (C-1325) » Assessment of the quality of portable x-ray
A. Zisakis; Athens/GR examinations at a level 3 neonatal intensive care unit
» The European Commission Initiative on Breast Cancer (NICU) (C-1769)
(ECIBC) and the development of the person-centered J. Deakin; London/UK
new European guidelines (C-1470) » The role of diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) in
A. Uluturk Tekin; Varese/IT developmental brain anomalies in pediatric age
» Reduction mammoplasty: what radiologists should group of Egyptian patients (C-2097)
know (C-1558) D.H.F.H. Haroun; Cairo/EG
S. Plaza Loma; Valladolid/ES » Patient size and radiation dose: a grid too far?
» Is there a place for dual-energy contrast enhanced (C-2129)
digital mammography in daily practice? (C-1746) J. Shur; London/UK
I. Garkalne; Merchtem/BE » Serial flow-sensitive 4D MRI in paediatric patients
» The accuracy of MRI in evaluating residual tumour with Marfan syndrome for early risk stratification of
size and complete response post neoadjuvant progressive aortic disease (C-2156)
chemotherapy in patients with non metastatic breast J. Geiger; Zurich/CH
cancer (C-1869)
H.A. Fleming; Cork/IE
» Can breast cancer biopsy influence sentinel lymph
node status? (C-2149)
R. Rella; Rome/IT
» Quantitative 1HMR spectroscopy as a predictive
biomarker of pathological complete response
during neoadjuvant chemotherapy for localy
advanced breast cancer: results from early response
assessement (C-2382)
S. Drisis; Brussels/BE

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VoE 27 German VoE 28 Musculoskeletal

Moderator: S. Delorme; Heidelberg/DE Moderator: A. Guermazi; Boston, MA/US


» A web-based and user friendly planning tool to » Referring physicians’ experiences of outsourcing
predict outcome for percutaneous microwave radiological examinations (C-0447)
ablation of liver tumours including validation of the P. Tavakol Olofsson; Stockholm/SE
simulation model (C-0241) » Fat suppression techniques for MR imaging of the
C. Schnedl; Graz/AT musculoskeletal system (C-0585)
» Flip-angle and compliance assessment of the median C. Tsiotsios; Haidari/GR
nerve as diagnostic tools in CTS? (C-0439) » Beyond ulcers and osteomyelitis: imaging of less
L. Gruber; Innsbruck/AT common musculoskeletal complications in diabetes
» Development of an analogue decision aid for (C-0775)
mammographic mass lesions based on a naive Bayes A. Rao; Bangalore/IN
network (C-0704) » Clinical evaluation of a new x-ray imaging system
M. Benndorf; Freiburg/DE based on Talbot-Lau interferometry: comparison of
» Radial volumetric interpolated breath-hold patients with RA to healthy volunteers (C-0953)
examination of the liver: clinical impact of self- J. Tanaka; Iruma-County/JP
gated 3D isotropic contrast-enhanced late-phase MR » Calcific tendonitis affecting the linea aspera: a case
imaging (C-1032) series and systematic narrative review (C-1310)
J. Weiß; Tübingen/DE S.B.L. Low; Norwich/UK
» MRI-derived regional biventricular function in » Diagnostic benefit of susceptibility weighted
patients with chronic thromboembolic pulmonary magnetic resonance imaging for the assessment of
hypertension (CTEPH) before and after pulmonary subacromial spur formation causing subacromial
endarterectomy (PEA) (C-1677) impingement syndrome (SAIS) (C-2039)
S. K. Maschke; Hanover/DE D. Nörenberg; Munich/DE
» Cloud-based teleoncology system for interactive » “Fat brook” of posteromedial popliteal fossa:
evaluation of new software tools through common pathologic correlation between cadaver and MR
web browsers and its application to multi-disciplinary imaging (C-2172)
treatment planning (C-1829) Y. Song; Seoul/KR
J. Woetzel; Bremen/DE
» Can we predict fracture in pathologic altered bone
» Breast cancer detection and tumour characteristics of the proximal femur using only plain radiographs?
differ in BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutation carriers (C-2131) (C-2194)
J. Knaudt; Mannheim/DE M. Simunovic; Zagreb/HR
» Flow velocity determination by magnetic » Low-energy laser therapy efficacy assessment by MRI
particle imaging: phantom validation and in vivo in patients with herniated intravertebral discs
measurements in a mouse model (C-2215) (C-2281)
M. Kaul; Hamburg/DE A. Tkachev; Volgograd/RU
» In vivo visualisation of tumour-mediated immune » Predicting poor outcome from simple ankle injuries
remodelling in premetastatic tissue - target-specific (C-2371)
imaging of S100A8/A9 reveals premetastatic niche S. Bullock; Oxford/UK
establishment (C-2334)
M. Eisenblatter; Münster/DE

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VoE 29 Korean VoE 30 Portuguese

Moderator: J.M. Goo; Seoul/KR Moderator: V.F. Muglia; Ribeirao Preto/BR


» Adenovirus pneumonia: thin-section CT findings in » CT role in distinguishing GIST from non-GIST
104 immunocompetent patients (C-0224) mesenchymal gastric tumours (C-0686)
C. Park; Daejeon/KR N. Almeida Costa; Porto/PT
» Abnormalities in intrahepatic periportal space: » Borderline breast lesions: Correlation between
multimodality imaging findings (C-0541) imaging, epidemiology and histology - 7 years of
J.Y. Oh; Busan/KR experience (C-1121)
» Guideline for repeat imaging studies: nationwide G.G.N. Mello; São Paulo/BR
result of pilot project for application of the guideline » Do not fall on your knees - recognizing common and
(C-0544) uncommon pitfalls that may simulate meniscal tears
S.E. Jung; Seoul/KR (C-1146)
» Role of CT in siting and post procedural following P. Musa Aguiar; São Paulo/BR
of central venous catheter: anatomical review and » Prognostic value of baseline MRI in glioblastoma
strategy for preventing complication (C-0952) multiforme patients:  a survival analysis of
E.-J. Kang; Busan/KR morphological, volumetric and diffusion MRI
» Corrosive esophageal cancer: esophagographic and predictors (C-1179)
computed tomography (CT) findings (C-1154) D.J. Pereira; Coimbra/PT
S.Y. Noh; Seoul/KR » Breast fibromatosis: the great pretender (C-1238)
» Distinct pattern of recurrence of lung mucinous C. Salvador; Lisbon/PT
adenocarcinoma after surgical resection: implication » The role of ultrasonography with colour Doppler in
for postoperative surveillance strategy (C-1697) the acute scrotum (C-1509)
D.H. Lee; Daegu/KR A.L. Amado Costa; Lisbon/PT
» Ankle after Brostrom operation: MR imaging findings » The immediate effect of sildenafil on right ventricular
in individuals without lateral instability - a pilot study function in patients with heart failure measured by
(C-2171) cardiac magnetic resonance: a randomized controlled
J. Yi; Bucheon-si/KR trial (C-1586)
» Reproducibility and diagnostic performance of shear S.M. Borges; Salvador/BR
wave elastography in evaluating breast solid mass » Imaging findings after breast implant removal
(C-2176) (C-1888)
H.S. Shin; Seoul/KR E. Francolin; São Paulo/BR
» Fluoroscopic-guided artificial pneumoperitoneum » Radioprotection in paediatric CT examinations:
formation for the management of air leak after application of a dose reduction protocol (C-2363)
pulmonary resection (C-2299) B.P.M. Morgado; Vila Real de Santo António/PT
H.Y. Choi; Seoul/KR
» Evaluation of the antiperistaltic effect of intravenous
butylscopolamine in pediatric magnetic resonance
enterography (C-2368)
S. Jang; Seoul/KR

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VoE 31 Interventional VoE 32 Vascular

Moderator: A. Basile; Catania/IT Moderator: I. Bargellini; Pisa/IT


» Evidence-based levels, guidelines and » Anomalies and normal variants of the intracranial
recommendations in interventional spine treatments arteries: proposed workflow for classification and
according to clinical diagnoses (C-0324) significance (C-0199)
H. Brat; Sion/CH A. Hakim; Bern/CH
» Percutaneous embolization in pelvic congestive » Anomalous pulmonary venous connection:
syndrome. Does it really improve symptoms? the journey from theory to practice (C-1245)
(C-0708) C. Schiau; Cluj-Napoca/RO
M.D. Ferrer-Puchol; Alzira/ES » All clogged up: spectrum of venous thrombosis in the
» Creating a larger zone of safety versus “livin’ on the abdomen and pelvis (C-1597)
edge”-a review of rare complications of microwave E. Zalaquett; Santiago/CL
ablation (C-0712) » MRI assessment of vascular age:
Y. Zhang; Valhalla, NY/US principles, techniques and applications (C-1909)
» Preoperative thrombus volume predicts sac M.N. Sicaja; Zagreb/HR
enlargement after EVAR (C-1419) » Isolated cortical vein thrombosis: a review of imaging
R. Müller-Wille; Regensburg/DE features and diagnostic pitfall (C-1975)
» Percutaneous transhepatic intraductal biopsy in K.H. Lee; Deajeon/KR
biliary stricture differentiation (C-2029) » Dual source dual energy CT: optimising performance
D. Frantsev; Moscow/RU of routine contrast enhanced chest CT for detection
» Comparison of lesion conspicuity between of pulmonary embolus (C-2054)
conventional ultrasonography and Sonazoid D. Caruso; Rome/IT
contrast enhanced ultrasonography as pretreatment » Distinguishing high-flow from low-flow vascular
evaluation for percutaneous radiofrequency ablation malformations using maximum intensity projection
of small hepatocellular carcinomas (C-2112) images in dynamic magnetic resonance angiography
J.W. Seo; Goyang/KR (C-2297)
» Safety and survival in the management of N.K. Majewska; Poznan/PL
complicated tunneled and non-tunneled catheters: a » Comparison imaging findings in patients with
comparison of over-the-wire catheter exchange and internal carotid artery dissection and vertebral artery
catheter removal and replacement (C-2120) dissection (C-2340)
Y. Yim; Seoul/KR M. Dreval; Moscow/RU
» Radiation exposure to interventional radiologists » Dynamic CT angiography in native kidneys using
during endovascular procedures (C-2124) a multiphase CT protocol - potential of significant
A.M.H. Sailer; Maastricht/NL reduction of contrast medium (C-2389)
» Transarterial embolisation of type II endoleaks after A. Helck; Munich/DE
EVAR with the use the embolic polymer Onyx
(C-2146)
M. Wojtaszek; Warsaw/PL

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6
March Sunday, March 6, 10:00–11:00
6
March Sunday, March 6, 11:00–12:00
VoE 33 Oncology VoE 34 Cardiac

Moderator: S. Delorme; Heidelberg/DE Moderator: E. Mershina; Moscow/RU


» Pain palliation in metastatic bone disease: » Syntax score in patients with high computed
interventional radiology is a “key player” among tomography coronary calcium score (C-0243)
equals (C-1299) M. Hegde; Bengaluru/IN
D.K. Filippiadis; Marousi, Athens/GR » Assessment of left ventricular dissipative energy loss
» PET/CT in diagnosis of synchronous and by vector flow mapping in end stage senal disease
metachronous tumours (C-1528) patients (C-0670)
D. Zlatareva; Sofia/BG Y. Zhong; Chengdu/CN
» Elastofibroma dorsi: diagnosis and follow-up (C-1640) » Feasibility of low-concentration iodinated contrast
M. Bartocci; Rome/IT medium with lower-tube-voltage dual-source
» The copycat - an illustrative review of benign entities CT aortography using iterative reconstruction:
that may mimic malignancy from head to toe (C-1719) comparison with automatic exposure control CT
C. Azzopardi; Birkirkara/MT aortography (C-0702)
D.M. Choo; Daejeon/KR
» Compare multiparametric 3TMRI to clinical
parameters to characterise single lesion of prostate » Vessel flexibility index as a potential new marker for
cancer, using three different scores: Likert scale, cardio-vascular disease - a pilot study (C-1535)
PIRADS v1 and v2 (C-2157) E. Nagy; Graz/AT
L. Zantedeschi; Verona/IT » Dynamic CT cardiac perfusion protocol at 70 kV:
» Diffusion weighted MRI; can it help in differentiation impact on radiation and contrast agent dose (C-2073)
of abdomino-pelvic lymphadenopathy; comparative N. Buls; Brussels/BE
study (C-2266) » Relation between left atrial appendage morphology
M. Essam; Cairo/EG and left atrial volume in patients with atrial
» Impact of structuring a computed tomography fibrillation (C-2082)
(CT) report on radiological practice and clinicians’ R. Faletti; Turin/IT
perception: a study on lymphoma patients (C-2271) » Rationale and design of the PERFECTION (C-2083)
R. Girometti; Udine/IT G. Pontone; Milan/IT
» Increased reproducibility of semiautomatic » Occult coronary artery disease in asymptomatic
3D-segmentation over 2D-measurements for patients: utility of coronary computed tomography
quantification of specific iodine uptake of hepatic angiography as a screening tool (C-2164)
colorectal metastases in dual-energy CT (C-2308) L. Patriarca; L’Aquila/IT
K.S. Winter; Munich/DE » Determination of scan delay time in coronary CT
» Increased abdominal visceral adiposity is associated angiography: utility of ECG gated bolus tracking
with unsuspected pulmonary embolism in technique (C-2221)
hospitalised patients with malignant digestive tract J. Chang; Seoul/KR
tumours (C-2325) » Peri-aortic fluid after surgery of the ascending aorta:
L. Lin; Guangzhou/CN range of normal findings on early postoperative CT
(C-2331)
S. Boccalini; Genova/IT

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6
March Sunday, March 6, 12:00–13:00
VoE 35 Chest

Moderator: M. Toepker; Vienna/AT


» Value of expiratory chest x-rays in diagnosing
pneumothorax (C-0314)
M. Imran; Middlesborough/UK
» Mixed convolution kernel in thoracic computed
tomography images (C-0875)
J. Neubauer; Freiburg/DE
» Pulmonary imaging in ANCA-associated vasculitides
(C-1473)
M. Affes; Ariana/TN
» Complications of tuberculous mediastinal
lymphadenitis in HIV-positive patients: CT findings
(C-1525)
I. Sokolina; Moscow/RU
» A quantitative CT analysis in the evaluation of lymph
node involvement of pulmonary tuberculosis and
sarcoidosis (C-1721)
H. Choi; Seoul/KR
» A novel classification system for thoracic gallstones
(C-2155)
A.J.S. Lott; Tromso/NO
» Influence of computed tomography dose reduction
and iterative reconstruction on computer-aided
detection of pulmonary nodules (C-2186)
R. W. van Hamersvelt; Utrecht/NL
» Influence of arterial input function placement on CT
lung dynamic perfusion maps (C-2229)
N.S. Paul; Toronto, ON/CA
» Subclinical pulmonary tuberculosis and airway
obstruction: correlation of HRCT findings with
pulmonary function test and immunologic diagnostic
test of tuberculosis (C-2327)
D.H. Lee; Ansan/KR
» When fat is good news: lipoid pneumonia, an
overlooked differential diagnosis (C-2384)
A.L. Popirtac; Paris/FR

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SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS

Refresher Courses, as the name suggests, aim to refresh knowledge, reviewing and
updating the more basic subjects for those who have not kept up to speed with certain
developments, or who just need a reminder – something of interest not only to young
radiologists but also experienced doctors.

The length of each course is 90 minutes (classic Refresher Course: three parts of
30 minutes each, including the introduction and time for discussion; integrated
Refresher Course: three parts of 23 minutes each, leaving enough time for the
introduction by the chairpersons and the panel discussion).

The course will be given by two or three lecturers and led by one or two moderator(s)
on a defined subject of clinical imaging, imaging technique, interventional radiology and
related subjects.

Accepted papers for oral presentation are presented in the Scientific Sessions. Places
are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

The authors of the best scientific papers will be presented with a certificate and given
free ECR 2017 registration.

The award will be assigned to the best paper presentation of each topic based on
the evaluation by session moderators and subcommittee members. Selection criteria
comprise quality of presentation, scientific content and overall impression of the
performance. The award winners will be informed after the congress and will be
published on the ESR website.

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Abdominal and Gastrointestinal

2
March Wednesday, March 2, 08:30–10:00, Room B
3
March Thursday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Room B
RC 101 Assessing inflammation and fibrosis RC 501 The many faces of
in Crohn’s disease benign liver lesions

» Chairman’s introduction [A-003] » Chairman’s introduction [A-130]


A. Laghi; Latina/IT M. Karcaaltincaba; Ankara/TR
A. Is sonography (CEUS and elastography) A. Vascular [A-131]
the right tool? [A-004] F. Caseiro-Alves; Coimbra/PT
E. Quaia; Trieste/IT
B. Cystic-Biliary [A-132]
B. Is there space for MDCT (spectral imaging, G. Brancatelli; Palermo/IT
iodine map)? [A-005]
C. Hepatocellular [A-133]
J. Podgorska; Warsaw/PL
R.L. Baron; Chicago, IL/US
C. Will MRI (DWI and perfusion) solve the problem?
» Panel discussion: How do I manage an incidental and
[A-006]
potentially benign liver lesion?
S.A. Taylor; London/UK
» Panel discussion: How do I approach a case
in my routine clinical practice? 3
March Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room B
SS 601a Chronic liver disease and primary liver
2
March Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room B
tumours
[B-0408 – B-0417]
SS 201a Pancreas and bile ducts
[B-0001 – B-0011] Moderators: D.E. Malone; Dublin/IE
P. Rodríguez; Madrid/ES
Moderators: B.I. Choi; Seoul/KR
G. Zamboni; Verona/IT
3
March Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room O
2
March Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room O
SS 601b Multimodality imaging of Crohn’s
disease
SS 201b A guided tour through the GI tract
[B-0441 – B-0451]
[B-0035– B-0044]
Moderators: S. Gourtsoyianni; London/UK
Moderators: K. Skrobisz-Balandowska; Gdansk/PL
C. Hoeffel; Reims/FR
B.E. Van Beers; Clichy/FR

2 3
March Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room B
March Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Room B
SS 701a Functional imaging of liver and spleen
SS 301a Liver metastases: detection,
[B-0591 – B-0601]
characterisation and treatment
response assessment Moderators: P. Leander; Malmö/SE
[K-05, B-0206 – B-0215] A. Wibmer; Vienna/AT

Moderators: E. Kasatkina; Heidelberg/DE


A.M. Riddell; London/UK 3
March Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room O
SS 701b Advanced imaging of the oesophagus
2
March Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Room O
and stomach
[B-0623 – B-0633]
SS 301b Colon
[K-06, B-0238 – B-0247] Moderators: O. Ekberg; Malmö/SE
M.A. Mazzei; Siena/IT
Moderators: R. Maksimović; Belgrade/RS
T. Mang; Vienna/AT
3
March Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room M 2
SS 701c Advances in CT
[B-0729 – B-0739]

Moderators: E. Akchurina; Moscow/RU


H. Ringl; Vienna/AT

This session is part of the EuroSafe Imaging campaign.

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Abdominal and Gastrointestinal

3
March Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Room B
5
March Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room F2
RC 801 CT colonography today SS 1401 Advances in abdominal MRI
[B-0974 – B-0984]
» Chairman’s introduction [A-239]
M. Hellström; Gothenburg/SE Moderators: K. Coenegrachts; Bruges/BE
A.J. van der Molen; Leiden/NL
A. How I perform it [A-240]
P. Lefere; Roeselare/BE
B. How I interpret it [A-241] 5
March Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Room M 2
T. Mang; Vienna/AT
SS 1501 Liver fibrosis: imaging assessment
C. Screening with CTC [A-242]
[B-1083 – B-1093]
D. Regge; Turin/IT
» Panel discussion: Challenging cases Moderators: F. Caseiro-Alves; Coimbra/PT
from clinical practice S.K. Venkatesh; Rochester, MN/US

4
March Friday, March 4, 08:30–10:00, Room B
5
March Saturday, March 5, 16:00–17:30, Room B
RC 901 Hepatocellular tumours RC 1601 The spleen:
the forgotten organ
» Chairman’s introduction [A-314]
C. Bartolozzi; Pisa/IT » Chairman’s introduction [A-660]
A. The revised adenoma classification [A-315] L.H. Ros Mendoza; Zaragoza/ES
C.J. Zech; Basle/CH A. Acute and chronic splenic disease [A-661]
B. HCC staging: what is new in imaging and can predict G. Zamboni; Verona/IT
prognosis [A-316] B. The incidental splenic lesion [A-662]
C. Ayuso; Barcelona/ES M. Laniado; Dresden/DE
C. Equivocal nodules in cirrhotic patient: how to solve C. Malignant lesions [A-663]
the puzzle [A-317] S. Gourtsoyianni; London/UK
Y. Menu; Paris/FR
» Panel discussion: How to manage incidental findings
» Panel discussion: Impact of imaging on classification in clinical routine practice
and differentiation of hepatocellular lesions

6
4
March Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room O
March Sunday, March 6, 08:30–10:00, Room B
RC 1701 Differential diagnosis
SS 1001a Rectal cancer: staging and restaging in pancreatic imaging
[K-20, B-0773 – B-0782]
» Chairman’s introduction [A-721]
Moderators: L. Curvo-Semedo; Coimbra/PT
B. Marincek; Cleveland, OH/US
A. Plumb; London/UK
A. Pancreatic cancer or pancreatitis [A-722]
R. Manfredi; Verona/IT
4
March Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room F2 B. Cystic tumours vs pseudocysts [A-723]
SS 1001b Hepatocellular carcinoma: M.A. Bali; Brussels/BE
evaluation of therapeutic response C. Incidental findings [A-724]
[B-0835 – B-0845] C. Stoupis; Männedorf/CH
» Panel discussion: How do we manage difficult cases
Moderators: D. Akata; Ankara/TR and incidental findings?
L. Crocetti; Pisa/IT

6
5
March Saturday, March 5, 08:30–10:00, Room B
March Sunday, March 6, 14:00–15:30, Room B
SS 1901a Benign and malignant pancreatic
RC 1301 IgG4-related disease: what is it and diseases [K-33, B-1263 – B-1272]
what do I need to know?
Moderators: J.M. Lee; Seoul/KR
» Chairman’s introduction [A-507] M. Spirovski; Sremska Kamenica/RS
S.A. Jackson; Plymouth/UK
A. Pancreatic manifestations [A-508] 6
March Sunday, March 6, 14:00–15:30, Room O
R. Pozzi-Mucelli; Verona/IT
B. Hepatobiliary manifestations [A-509]
SS 1901b Abdominal surgery:
M. Ronot; Clichy/FR the added value of radiology
[B-1295 – B-1304]
C. Systemic manifestations [A-510]
G. Morana; Treviso/IT
Moderators: I. Dudás; Budapest/HU
» Panel discussion: Tips and tricks in clinical practice D. Vorwerk; Ingolstadt/DE

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Breast

2
March Wednesday, March 2, 08:30–10:00, Room F2
3
March Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room C
RC 102 Breast ultrasound 2016 SS 702 Breast MRI-DWI (1)
[B-0602 – B-0612]
Moderator: A. Athanasiou; Athens/GR
A. Evidence for screening in dense breasts [A-024] Moderators: F. Pediconi; Rome/IT
V. Girardi; Brescia/IT F. Thibault; Paris/FR
B. Elastosonography: true advances or false hope? [A-025]
C.S. Balleyguier; Villejuif/FR 4
March Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room C
C. Nodal staging of breast cancer: still needed? [A-026]
F. Kilburn-Toppin; Cambridge/UK SS 1002 Breast MRI-DWI (2) and various MRI
applications
[B-0751 – B-0761]
2
March Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room C
Moderators: M. Di Matteo; Rome/IT
SS 202 Breast biopsy
S.H. Heywang-Köbrunner, Munich/DE
[B-0012 – B-0022]

Moderators: S. Allen; Sutton/UK 5


March Saturday, March 5, 08:30–10:00, Room F2
V. Girardi, Brescia/IT
RC 1302 Tailoring breast cancer screening
to risk level
2
March Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Room C
Moderator: R.M. Pijnappel; Utrecht/NL
SS 302 Breast innovation, biomarkers
[B-0216 – B-0226] A. Calculating, using and improving individual risk
estimates [A-549]
Moderators: C.S. Balleyguier; Villejuif/FR S.W. Duffy; London/UK
M.H. Fuchsjäger; Graz/AT B. Intermediate risk: the grey zone [A-550]
S.H. Heywang-Köbrunner; Munich/DE

2
March Wednesday, March 2, 16:00–17:30, Room F2
C. High risk: MRI alone? [A-551]
F. Sardanelli; San Donato Milanese/IT
RC 402 Radio-pathological correlation:
more important 5 Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room C
than you thought March

SS 1402a Screening
» Chairman’s introduction [A-089] [B-0920 – B-0930]
F.J. Gilbert; Cambridge/UK
Moderators: S. Perez Rodrigo; Madrid/ES
A. Pre-treatment planning [A-090]
R.M. Pijnappel; Utrecht/NL
C.K. Kuhl; Aachen/DE
B. Intra-operative specimen evaluation [A-091]
J. Camps Herrero; Valencia/ES 5
March Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room M 5
C. The breast radiologist sitting down with
the pathologist [A-092]
SS 1402b Contrast-spectral mammography and
T. Tot; Falun/SE MRI update in background parenchymal
» Panel discussion: How to enhance the interaction
enhancement
between radiologists and pathologists? [B-1061 – B-1071]

Moderators: M. Bernathova; Vienna/AT


3
March Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room C
L.J. Pina Insausti; Pamplona/ES

SS 602a Breast MRI: new sequences and


applications 5
March Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Room F2
[B-0419 – B-0429] RC 1502 Update on BI-RADS
Moderators: A. Sever; Maidstone/UK Moderator: G. Esen; Istanbul/TR
I. Thomassin-Naggara; Paris/FR
A. Mammography [A-640]
U. Bick; Berlin/DE
3
March Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room D1 B. Ultrasound [A-641]
A. Evans; Dundee/UK
SS 602b Breast ultrasound
C. MRI [A-642]
[K-12, B-0526 – B-0535]
M.H. Fuchsjäger; Graz/AT
Moderators: B. Brkljačić; Zagreb/HR
A. Domingo; Tarragona/ES

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Breast Cardiac

5
March Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Room M 5
2
March Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room N
SS 1502 Breast density: an update SS 203a Cardiomyopathies (1)
[B-1116 – B-1126] [B-0045 – B-0055]

Moderators: I. Baglio, Verona/IT Moderators: F. Bamberg; Tübingen/DE


R. Schulz-Wendtland; Erlangen/DE R. Dore; Pavia/IT

5
March Saturday, March 5, 16:00–17:30, Room F2
2
March Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room M 3
RC 1602 Tomosynthesis: SS 203b The evolving role of cardiac CT
the new mammography [K-01, B-0174 – B-0183]

Moderator: D. Bernardi; Trento/IT Moderators: F. Cademartiri; Rotterdam/NL


A. Should we abandon 2D mammography? [A-702] G. Feuchtner; Innsbruck/AT
S. Zackrisson; Malmö/SE
B. Clinical validation and results in the last 5 years: 2
March Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Room N
where do we stand? [A-703]
P. Skaane; Oslo/NO SS 303a Cardiomyopathies (2)
C. The future of mammography: my predictions [A-704] [B-0248 – B-0258]
E.M. Fallenberg; Berlin/DE
Moderators: J. Broncano; Cordoba/ES
A. de Roos; Leiden/NL
6
March Sunday, March 6, 10:30–12:00, Room C
SS 1802 Digital breast tomosynthesis: an update 2
March Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Room M 3
[K-27, B-1127 – B-1136]
SS 303b CT perfusion
Moderators: T. Knogler; Vienna/AT [B-0376 – B-0386]
A. Selim; Cairo/EG
Moderators: R. Fischbach; Hamburg/DE
M. Francone; Rome/IT
6
March Sunday, March 6, 14:00–15:30, Room A
SS 1902a Multiparametric breast MRI, PET 2
March Wednesday, March 2, 16:00–17:30, Room M 2
[K-34, B-1253 – B-1262]
RC 403 Imaging of cardiac valves:
Moderators: E.M. Fallenberg; Berlin/DE new trends
G. Forrai; Budapest/HU
Moderator: G. Roditi; Glasgow/UK
A. Echocardiography remains the reference technique
6
March Sunday, March 6, 14:00–15:30, Room C [A-113]
F. Knebel; Berlin/DE
SS 1902b Preoperative imaging, neoadjuvant
B. MRI is the best comprehensive approach [A-114]
chemotherapy, imaging of the axilla
M. Francone; Rome/IT
[B-1273 – B-1283]
C. Does CT have a role in diagnosing valvular disease?
Moderators: C. Dromain; Villejuif/FR [A-115]
P. Panizza; Milan/IT G. Feuchtner; Innsbruck/AT

3
March Thursday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Room M 2
RC 503 Novel ways to assess
myocardial tissue

Moderator: G. Bastarrika; Pamplona/ES


A. T1 mapping: technical considerations [A-186]
M.R. Makowski; Berlin/DE
B. T2 mapping: technical considerations [A-187]
C. Tessa; Lido di Camaiore/IT
C. Clinical use of T1 and T2 mapping [A-188]
A. de Roos; Leiden/NL

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Cardiac Chest

3
March Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room N
2
March Wednesday, March 2, 08:30–10:00, Room D1
SS 603 Evolving techniques RC 104 Pneumonia
[B-0452 – B-0462]
» Chairman’s introduction [A-027]
Moderators: A.J.B.S. Madureira; Porto/PT I.E. Tyurin; Moscow/RU
M. Meyer; Mannheim/DE
A. Community-acquired pneumonia [A-028]
I. Hartmann; Rotterdam/NL
3
March Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room M 3
B. Tuberculosis [A-029]
E. Castañer; Sabadell/ES
SS 703 Epidemiology, prognosis and trials C. Fungal pneumonia in immunocompromised hosts
[B-0740 – B-0750] [A-030]
J. Mayer; Heidelberg/DE
Moderators: C. Colantoni; Milan/IT
K. Gruszczynska; Katowice/PL » Panel discussion: What is the role of radiologists in
the diagnosis and management of lung infections?

3
March Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Room M 2 2
March Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room D1
RC 803 Imaging of heart failure
SS 204 Pulmonary vessels and perfusion
» Chairman’s introduction [A-298] [B-0109 – B-0119]
C. Loewe; Vienna/AT
Moderators: E.E.J.G. Coche; Brussels/BE
A. Current ESC and AHA guidelines: how to choose J. Dinkel; Munich/DE
imaging techniques in heart failure patients? [A-299]
J.T. Ortiz-Pérez; Barcelona/ES
B. Differentiating the causes for heart failure: 2
March Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Room D1
is MRI the indisputable gold standard? [A-300]
SS 304 Lung MRI
T. Leiner; Utrecht/NL
[B-0312 – B-0322]
C. SPECT as an alternative imaging technique [A-301]
F. Caobelli; Hannover/DE Moderators: P. Ciet; Rotterdam/NL
» Panel discussion: What is the preferred W.F.M. De Wever; Leuven/BE
comprehensive imaging test in heart failure?

2 Wednesday, March 2, 16:00–17:30, Room D1


4 Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room N
March
March RC 404 Pulmonary embolism -
SS 1003 CT of the coronary arteries persistent controversies
[K-21, B-0783 – B-0792]
» Chairman’s introduction [A-093]
Moderators: D. Brisbois; Liège/BE M. Rémy-Jardin; Lille/FR
J.M. Kerl; Darmstadt/DE
A. Subsegmental PE, incidental PE: diagnosis and
management [A-094]
5
March Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Room M 1
C.M. Schaefer-Prokop; Amersfoort/NL
B. CT not available, contraindicated, or inconclusive:
SS 1503 Interventional applications what to do? [A-095]
[B-1072 – B-1082] E.J.R. van Beek; Edinburgh/UK
C. Can we predict outcome from imaging? [A-096]
Moderators: D. Maintz; Cologne/DE
B. Ghaye; Brussels/BE
E. Pershina; Moscow/RU
» Panel discussion: How to optimise patient
management?
6
March Sunday, March 6, 10:30–12:00, Room N
SS 1803 MR (1)
[B-1148 – B-1158]

Moderators: A. Jacquier; Marseille/FR


K. Pagonidis; Iraklion/GR

6
March Sunday, March 6, 14:00–15:30, Room N
SS 1903 MR (2)
[B-1305 – B-1315]

Moderators: A. Esposito; Milan/IT


C. Herzog; Munich/DE

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Chest

3
March Thursday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Room D1
4
March Friday, March 4, 16:00–17:30, Room D1
RC 504 HRCT - patterns in chest radiology: RC 1204 Occupational lung diseases:
back to basics and beyond the known and the less known

» Chairman’s introduction [A-165] » Chairman’s introduction [A-469]


H. Prosch; Vienna/AT N. Karabulut; Denizli/TR
A. Secondary pulmonary lobule anatomy: A. Silicosis and coal workers’ pneumoconiosis [A-470]
essential to tackle with the nodular pattern [A-166] K. Marten-Engelke; Göttingen/DE
T. Frauenfelder; Zurich/CH B. Asbestos-related disease [A-471]
B. Linear and reticular pattern [A-167] S.J. Copley; London/UK
F. Molinari; Lille/FR C. Hypersensitivity pneumonitis [A-472]
C. Ground glass opacities (GGO) and consolidation P.-Y. Brillet; Bobigny/FR
[A-168] » Panel discussion: What are the key findings for
J. Vogel-Claussen; Hannover/DE diagnosing occupational lung diseases?
» Panel discussion: Is it always easy to detect
a pattern? Tips for success 5
March Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room D1
SS 1404 Chest CT dose reduction
3
March Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room M 3
[K-25, B-0985 – B-0994]

SS 604 Spectral CT, advanced CT analysis and Moderators: T. Henzler; Mannheim/DE
emphysema D. Tack; Baudour/BE
[B-0580 – B-0590]
This session is part of the EuroSafe Imaging campaign.
Moderators: F. Molinari; Lille/FR
M. Silva; Parma/IT
5
March Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Room D1
RC 1504 Mediastinal disease revisited
3
March Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room D1 Moderator: A. Persson; Linköping/SE
SS 704 Lung cancer A. The crucial role of chest x-ray:
[K-16, B-0676 – B-0685] mediastinal lines and stripes [A-643]
E.E.J.G. Coche; Brussels/BE
Moderators: G. Aviram; Tel Aviv/IL B. Mediastinal masses: role of CT [A-644]
E. Jon; Vitoria/ES M. Occhipinti; Rome/IT
C. A new look at the mediastinum:
4
March Friday, March 4, 08:30–10:00, Room D1
role of MRI and PET/CT [A-645]
F.L. Giesel; Heidelberg/DE
RC 904 Low dose and no-dose chest imaging:
opportunities and limitations
6
March Sunday, March 6, 10:30–12:00, Room D1
SS 1804 COPD and infiltrative lung diseases
Moderator: A.P. Parkar; Bergen/NO
[K-28, B-1211 – B-1220]
A. Low-dose CT [A-347]
O. Buckley; Dublin/IE Moderators: D. Kienzl-Palma; Vienna/AT
B. MRI [A-348] A. Oikonomou; Toronto, ON/CA
J. Dinkel; Munich/DE
C. US [A-349]
6
March Sunday, March 6, 14:00–15:30, Room D1
F. Gleeson; Oxford/UK SS 1904 Computer-based quantification and
texture analysis
4
March Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room D1
[B-1358 – B-1368]

SS 1004 Imaging methods: Moderators: R. Cesar; Golnik/SI


something old, something new M. Regier; Hamburg/DE
[B-0846 – B-0856]

Moderators: E.J. Stern; Seattle, WA/US


M. Toepker; Vienna/AT

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Computer Applications Molecular Imaging

2
March Wednesday, March 2, 08:30–10:00, Room N
2
March Wednesday, March 2, 08:30–10:00, Room M 1
RC 105 Daily use of mobile devices RC 106 Molecular imaging:
in radiology what can we quantify?

» Chairman’s introduction [A-012] Moderator: T.H. Helbich; Vienna/AT


O. Ratib; Geneva/CH A. Advanced MRI techniques [A-042]
A. What did mobile devices change in radiology C.A. Cuénod; Paris/FR
education? [A-013] B. Advanced PET imaging techniques [A-043]
E. Kotter; Freiburg/DE T. Beyer; Vienna/AT
B. Is it appropriate to read a study on a smartphone or a C. Clinical applications of quantitative hybrid imaging
tablet? [A-014] in oncology [A-044]
E. Neri; Pisa/IT L. Umutlu; Essen/DE
C. Security and ethical issues of mobile device
technology [A-015]
E.R. Ranschaert; ‘s-Hertogenbosch/NL 2
March Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room Z
» Panel discussion: Will mobile technology overcome SS 206 PET/CT and MR in oncology
stationary technology in radiology?
[B-0023 – B-0033]
2
March Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Room Z Moderators: S. Chatziioannou; Athens/GR
SS 305 Developing tools for clinical workflow E. Lopci; Rozzano/IT
management
[B-0227 – B-0237]
4
March Friday, March 4, 08:30–10:00, Room M 1
Moderators: L. Faggioni; Pisa/IT
B. Gibaud; Rennes/FR RC 906 Preclinical imaging as a driver
for translational research:
3 Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room Z
March how I do it
SS 605 Image processing techniques (1)
[B-0430 – B-0440] » Chairman’s introduction [A-363]
J. Hodler; Zurich/CH
Moderators: S. Bickelhaupt; Heidelberg/DE
M. de Bruijne; Rotterdam/NL A. Preclinical MR/PET imaging of cancer [A-364]
C. Kuntner-Hannes; Seibersdorf/AT
5
March Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room N B. What about nano-technology? [A-365]
F.M.A. Kiessling; Aachen/DE
RC 1405 Will the good old
PACS disappear? C. View of the young researcher [A-366]
D. Berritto; Acerra/IT
» Chairman’s introduction [A-579] D. View of the radiographer [A-367]
D. Regge; Turin/IT R. Harris; London/UK
A. It’s time for PACS replacement: how-to guide, » Panel discussion: How to set-up an attractive
recommendations and pitfalls [A-580] programme
S. Morozov; Moscow/RU
B. Enterprise-based vendor-neutral archiving:
is this the future of PACS? [A-581] 4
March Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room M 3
J. Fernandez-Bayó; Sabadell/ES
SS 1006 Advanced hybrid imaging in oncology
C. Does PACS into the cloud means PACS evaporates? [A-582] [K-22, B-0899 – B-0908]
J. Schillebeeckx; Knokke/BE
» Panel discussion: How will increased interconnection Moderators: A.M. Herneth; Vienna/AT
affect radiologist’s day-to-day life? N.N.

6 Sunday, March 6, 10:30–12:00, Room Z


March
5 Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room Z
SS 1805 Image processing techniques (2) March

[B-1137 – B-1147] SS 1406 Advanced experimental imaging


Moderators: A. Alberich-Bayarri; Valencia/ES [B-0931 – B-0941]
U. Bick; Berlin/DE
Moderators: S. Walker-Samuel; London/UK
6
March Sunday, March 6, 14:00–15:30, Room Z
B. Wängler; Mannheim/DE

SS 1905 Quality control and 


safety issues in radiology
[K-35, B-1284 – B-1293]
Moderators: R. Salvador; Barcelona/ES
P.M.A. van Ooijen; Groningen/NL

This session is part of the EuroSafe Imaging campaign.

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Genitourinary

2
March Wednesday, March 2, 08:30–10:00, Room K
4
March Friday, March 4, 16:00–17:30, Studio 2016
RC 107 Pitfalls in gynaecologic oncologic RC 1207 MRI for gynaecologic imaging:
imaging: how to avoid them and how I do it
minimise risks
» Chairman’s introduction [A-450]
» Chairman’s introduction [A-035] C.D. Alt; Düsseldorf/DE
E. Sala; New York, NY/US A. Basics of patient preparation and T2W-imaging
A. Mistakes in assessment of cervical cancer [A-036] [A-451]
K. Downey; London/UK N.M. deSouza; Sutton/UK
B. Mistakes in assessment of endometrial cancer [A-037] B. Contrast agents [A-452]
T.M. Cunha; Lisbon/PT R.A. Kubik-Huch; Baden/CH
C. Mistakes in assessment of ovarian masses [A-038] C. Diffusion and ADC [A-453]
I. Thomassin-Naggara; Paris/FR E. Sala; New York, NY/US
» Panel discussion: How can we improve » Panel discussion: Multiparametric MRI of the female
interdisciplinary communication and avoid pelvis - should it replace tailored protocols?
misunderstanding in our reports?

5 Saturday, March 5, 08:30–10:00, Studio 2016


2
March Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room K
March

RC 1307 Lessons I learned from mistakes


SS 207 Technical advances in kidney and adrenal imaging
[B-0131 – B-0141]
» Chairman’s introduction [A-525]
Moderators: U.G. Mueller-Lisse; Munich/DE S.M. Dudea; Cluj-Napoca/RO
R. Turkay; Istanbul/TR
A. Renal cancer [A-526]
T. Bäuerle; Erlangen/DE
2
March Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Room K
B. PET/CT in nephrourology [A-527]
P.A.T. Baltzer; Vienna/AT
SS 307 Prostate cancer: C. Common mistakes in tumour percutaneous
targeted biopsy and beyond radiofrequency ablation [A-528]
[B-0334 – B-0344] J.-M. Correas; Paris/FR
» Panel discussion: How to manage small lesions of the
Moderators: K. Downey; London/UK
kidneys incidentally detected in abdominal imaging
M. Meissnitzer; Salzburg/AT

3 5
March Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Studio 2016
March Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Studio 2016
SS 1407 Multi-parametric MR of prostate cancer:
SS 607a Female pelvis
an update
[K-13, B-0463 – B-0472]
[K-26, B-0942 – B-0951]
Moderators: O. Nikolic; Novi Sad/RS
K. Pyra; Lublin/PL Moderators: D. Junker; Innsbruck/AT
J.C. Vilanova; Girona/ES

3
March Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room M 2
SS 607b New frontiers:
urolithiasis and renal function
[B-0569 – B-0579]

Moderators: M.-F. Bellin; Le Kremlin-Bicêtre/FR


J. Lopes Dias; Lisbon/PT

3
March Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room K
SS 707 Prostate cancer:
routine and novel MRI techniques
[B-0697 – B-0707]

Moderators: D. Bonekamp; Hirschberg/DE


N.C. Cowan; Portsmouth/UK

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Genitourinary Head and Neck

6
March Sunday, March 6, 08:30–10:00, Studio 2016
2
March Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room M 1
RC 1707 Prostate imaging: how I do it SS 208 Orbits and olfaction
[K-02, B-0153 – B-0162]
» Chairman’s introduction [A-739]
H.-P. Schlemmer; Heidelberg/DE Moderators: L.S. Politi; Worcester, MA/US
T. Rodt; Hannover/DE
A. Detection and assessment of aggressiveness [A-740]
P. Puech; Lille/FR
B. Image-guided biopsy and staging [A-741]
2
March Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Room M 1
J.J. Fütterer; Nijmegen/NL SS 308 Salivary glands, neck, parathyroid
C. Role of imaging in active surveillance and detection [B-0355 – B-0365]
of recurrence [A-742]
V. Logager; Copenhagen/DK Moderators: G. Conte; Milan/IT
» Panel discussion: Multiparametric MRI: what are the C. Czerny; Vienna/AT
challenges and strategies to solve these?
2
March Wednesday, March 2, 16:00–17:30, Room N
6
March Sunday, March 6, 10:30–12:00, Room K
RC 408 Head and neck imaging:
don’t sell your ultrasound yet!
SS 1807 Tumours of the urinary tract and
adrenals Moderator: D.-A. Varoquaux; Marseille/FR
[B-1232 – B-1242] A. Salivary gland imaging with ultrasound [A-072]
S. Colley; Birmingham/UK
Moderators: G. Heinz-Peer; St. Pölten/AT
B. Masses of the soft parts of the neck [A-073]
R. Huzjan Korunić; Zagreb/HR
S. Robinson; Vienna/AT
C. Lymph nodes: differential diagnosis and
6
March Sunday, March 6, 14:00–15:30, Room L8
fine-needle aspiration [A-074]
R. Maroldi; Brescia/IT
SS 1907 Imaging of the reproductive system
[B-1326 – B-1335] 3
March Thursday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Room N
Moderators: G. Masselli; Rome/IT RC 508 Pathways for tumour spread
K.B. Puzakov; Moscow/RU
Moderator: R. Hermans; Leuven/BE
A. Pathways for oral cavity and oropharynx
tumour spread [A-141]
A. Borges; Lisbon/PT
B. Pathways for nasopharyngeal tumour spread
including perineural spread [A-142]
V. Chong; Singapore/SG
C. Pathway for laryngeal and hypopharyngeal
tumour spread [A-143]
R. Kohler; Sion/CH

3
March Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room M 1
SS 608 Pre- and post-operative imaging
in oncology
[B-0558 – B-0568]

Moderators: A. Borges; Lisbon/PT


S. Steens; Nijmegen/NL

3
March Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room M 1
SS 708 Temporal bone
[K-17, B-0719 – B-0728]

Moderators: S. Kösling; Halle a.d. Saale/DE


K. Markiet; Gdansk/PL

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Head and Neck Interventional Radiology

3
March Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Room N
2
March Wednesday, March 2, 08:30–10:00, Room M 3
RC 808 Paediatric: how we do head and neck RC 109 Image fusion for image-guided
imaging in children interventions

Moderator: N.J.M. Freling; Amsterdam/NL » Chairman’s introduction [A-045]


A. Temporal bone [A-252] A. Adam; London/UK
B. De Foer; Antwerp/BE A. Cone-beam CT in vascular and non-vascular
B. Oral, paranasal sinuses and orbit [A-253] interventional procedures [A-046]
M. Lell; Erlangen/DE T.F. Jakobs; Munich/DE
C. Cysts and lumps in the neck [A-254] B. US image fusion [A-047]
A. Ailianou; Geneva/CH G.H. Mostbeck; Vienna/AT
C. How can we improve targeting in image-guided
4
March Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room M 1
interventions: stereotaxis, robotics and advanced
techniques [A-048]
SS 1008 Maxillofacial imaging L.A. Solbiati; Rozzano/IT
[B-0877 – B-0887] » Panel discussion: Practical and economic issues in
using high-end guidance for interventional radiology
Moderators: N.I. Traykova; Plovdiv/BG
G. Widmann; Innsbruck/AT
2
March Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room D2
5
March Saturday, March 5, 08:30–10:00, Room N
SS 209 Ablation outside the liver
[B-0120 – B-0130]
RC 1308 Pitfalls in interpretation of head and
neck disease Moderators: G. Carrafiello; Varese/IT
M. Tsitskari; Athens/GR
Moderator: J. Frühwald-Pallamar; Vienna/AT
A. Anatomical variants without clinical consequence
[A-522]
2
March Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Room D2
F.A. Pameijer; Utrecht/NL SS 309 Musculoskeletal
B. Anatomical variants posing surgical risks [A-523] [B-0323 – B-0333]
D. Farina; Brescia/IT
C. Distinct head and neck disease or systemic disease? Moderators: A. Diamantopoulos; London/UK
[A-524] S. Marcia; Cagliari/IT
B.F. Schuknecht; Zurich/CH
2 Wednesday, March 2, 16:00–17:30, Room M 3
5
March

March Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room M 1 RC 409 Basic principles of percutaneous


SS 1408 Thyroid nodules tumour ablation
[B-1017 – B-1027]
» Chairman’s introduction [A-116]
Moderators: K.S.S. Bhatia; Shatin/HK T. de Baère; Villejuif/FR
R.K. Lingam; London/UK A. Thermal ablation with RF [A-117]
F. Orsi; Milan/IT
B. Microwave ablation: what is the difference? [A-118]
P.L. Pereira; Heilbronn/DE
C. Cryoablation: ice can be better than heat [A-119]
D.J. Breen; Southampton/UK
D. Irreversible electroporation: principles, technique and
clinical applications [A-120]
A. Nilsson; Uppsala/SE
» Panel discussion: Selection of ablation modalities:
operator’s preference or evidence-based?

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Interventional Radiology

3
March Thursday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Room M 3
4
March Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room D2
RC 509 Imaging and endovascular treatment of SS 1009 Liver ablation
pulmonary embolism [B-0857 – B-0865]

» Chairman’s introduction [A-189] Moderators: T. Albrecht; Berlin/DE


B. Peynircioglu; Ankara/TR J. Garnon; Strasbourg/FR

A. Imaging algorithm for pulmonary embolism [A-190]


B. Ghaye; Brussels/BE 5
March Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room D2
B. What is new in the recently published guidelines for
pulmonary embolism treatment? [A-191] SS 1409 Intra-arterial therapies in the liver
R. Uberoi; Oxford/UK [B-0995 – B-1005]
C. Updates on the endovascular treatment of massive
Moderators: R.F. Dondelinger; Liège/BE
and submassive pulmonary embolism [A-192]
C. Schmid-Tannwald; Munich/DE
S.C. Spiliopoulos; Patras/GR
» Panel discussion: Appropriate diagnosis and risk
stratification in the management of acute massive 6
March Sunday, March 6, 10:30–12:00, Room D2
and acute sub-massive pulmonary embolism
SS 1809 Peri- and postprocedural imaging
[B-1222 – B-1231]
3
March Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room D2
Moderators: A. Bharadwaz; Aarhus/DK
SS 609 Non-vascular techniques in the A.D. Kelekis; Athens/GR
abdomen
[B-0536 – B-0546]
6
March Sunday, March 6, 14:00–15:30, Room D2
Moderators: O. Akhan; Ankara/TR
D. Kuhelj; Ljubljana/SI SS 1909 Endovascular
[K-36, B-1369 – B-1378]

3
March Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Room M 3
Moderators: V. Bérczi; Budapest/HU
M. Krokidis; Cambridge/UK
RC 809 Current trends in transarterial
chemoembolisation (TACE) and
radioembolisation for HCC

» Chairman’s introduction [A-302]


A. Denys; Lausanne/CH
A. Imaging in therapy planning and follow-up [A-303]
L. Crocetti; Pisa/IT
B. TACE and TAE for HCC: new agents, new schedules,
new combinations [A-304]
K. Malagari; Athens/GR
C. Radioembolisation: critical appraisal of techniques
and guidelines for treatment [A-305]
J.I. Bilbao; Pamplona/ES
» Panel discussion: The intermediate HCC patient: how
can we stratify patients and allocate them to different
therapies?

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Musculoskeletal

2
March Wednesday, March 2, 08:30–10:00, Room E1
3
March Thursday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Room E1
RC 110 The elbow: RC 510 Inflammatory arthritis:
a comprehensive approach beyond the radiograph

» Chairman’s introduction [A-020] » Chairman’s introduction [A-153]


A. Alcalá-Galiano; Madrid/ES M. Reijnierse; Leiden/NL
A. The tendons: anatomy, pathology and intervention A. Rheumatoid arthritis: what does MRI show and how
[A-021] do I do it? [A-154]
P. Peetrons; Brussels/BE I. Sudoł-Szopińska; Warsaw/PL
B. Ligament injury and instability: what to look for and B. The axial skeleton in spondyloarthritis: conventional
what to say [A-022] radiograph to MRI [A-155]
M.C. De Jonge; Amsterdam/NL R. Campbell; Liverpool/UK
C. Nerve entrapment at the elbow [A-023] C. Ultrasound in inflammatory arthritis:
L.M. Sconfienza; San Donato Milanese/IT what does it show and what does it mean? [A-156]
» Panel discussion: US, CT, conventional MR, high field A. Klauser; Innsbruck/AT
MR: what to choose when? » Panel discussion: How practical is it for radiologists
to support ultrasound and MRI for clinical
rheumatology? Is it something the rheumatologists
2
March Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room E1 should undertake themselves?

SS 210 Trauma and inflammation


[K-03, B-0067 – B-0076] 3
March Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room E1
Moderators: R. Hemke; Amsterdam/NL SS 610a Body composition
I.-M. Noebauer-Huhmann; Vienna/AT [B-0484 – B-0494]

Moderators: G. Guglielmi; Andria/IT


2
March Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Room E1
A.S. Issever; Berlin/DE

SS 310 Ultrasound
[B-0270 – B-0280]
3
March Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room G
SS 610b Cartilage assessment
Moderators: P. Peetrons; Brussels/BE
[B-0547 – B-0557]
L.M. Sconfienza; San Donato Milanese/IT
Moderators: E.H.G. Oei; Rotterdam/NL
2
March Wednesday, March 2, 16:00–17:30, Room E1
S. Trattnig; Vienna/AT

RC 410 Bone trauma in the axial skeleton: 3 Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room E1
patterns of injury and how I March

describe them SS 710 Muscles


[B-0634 – B-0644]
Moderator: D. Spira; Heidelberg/DE
Moderators: J. Oudeman; Amsterdam/NL
A. Thoracic and lumbar spine [A-075]
D.J. Wilson; Oxford/UK
V.N. Cassar-Pullicino; Oswestry/UK
B. Pelvis [A-076]
K. Verstraete; Ghent/BE 3
March Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Room E1
C. Acetabulum [A-077] RC 810 Sports injuries to the knee:
A. Kassarjian; Majadahonda/ES
improving my report

» Chairman’s introduction [A-260]


V. Vasilevska Nikodinovska; Skopje/MK
A. Reporting meniscal tears: pitfalls and how I
avoid them [A-261]
G. Andreisek; Zurich/CH
B. The collateral ligaments and posterolateral corner:
what are they, why do they matter and how do I
assess them? [A-262]
U. Aydingoz; Ankara/TR
C. Imaging the reconstructed ACL in athletes:
how to assess and what to report [A-263]
A.P. Parkar; Bergen/NO
» Panel discussion: How will the patient and clinician
be most helped by our report, and is there a role
for structured reporting?

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Musculoskeletal Neuro

4
March Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room E1
2
March Wednesday, March 2, 08:30–10:00, Room G
SS 1010a Oncology RC 111 Toxic brain disorders
[K-24, B-0804 – B-0812]
Moderator: P. Due-Tønnessen; Oslo/NO
Moderators: S. Boudabbous; Geneva/CH A. Alcohol-related changes in the brain [A-039]
K. Wörtler; Munich/DE M. Knauth; Goettingen/DE
B. Recreational drugs and occupational hazards [A-040]
4
March Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room M 4
L. Reneman; Amsterdam/NL
C. Treatment-induced effects on the brain parenchyma
SS 1010b Hip and shoulder [A-041]
[B-0909 – B-0918] J. Alvarez-Linera; Madrid/ES

Moderators: S.E. Anderson; Baden/CH


T. Geith; Munich/DE 2
March Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room E2
SS 211a Paediatric and epilepsy
4
March Friday, March 4, 16:00–17:30, Room E1
[B-0077 – B-0087]

RC 1210 Systemic disease: what to look for Moderators: N. Bargalló; Barcelona/ES
in the musculoskeletal system I. Koerte; Munich/DE

Moderator: A. Cotten; Lille/FR


A. Imaging the diabetic foot [A-458]
2
March Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room M 5
J. Kramer; Linz/AT SS 211b Gadolinium deposition and trauma
B. MSK manifestations of non-malignant [B-0195 – B-0205]
haematological disease [A-459]
A.H. Karantanas; Iraklion/GR Moderators: H. Hanelore; Cluj-Napoca/RO
C. MSK manifestations of renal disease [A-460] A. Rovira-Cañellas; Barcelona/ES
G. Guglielmi; Andria/IT
2
March Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Room E2
5
March Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room E1 SS 311a Cerebral tumours (1)
SS 1410 Applications in CT and MR: something [K-07, B-0281 – B-0290]
old, something new Moderators: A. Falini; Milan/IT
[B-0952 – B-0962] F.P. Kuhn; Zurich/CH

Moderators: A. Cotten; Lille/FR


J. Fereirra, Lisbon/PT 2
March Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Room M 4
SS 311b Dementia
5
March Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Room E1 [B-0387 – B-0397]

RC 1510 Shoulder MRI: mastering technique and Moderators: N. Pyatigorskaya; Paris/FR
making my report relevant M.A. van Buchem; Leiden/NL

» Chairman’s introduction [A-627]


M. Maas; Amsterdam/NL 2
March Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Room M 5
A. The normal MRI: techniques and anatomy [A-628] SS 311c Neurovascular interventions (1)
E. Llopis; Valencia/ES [K-08, B-0398 – B-0407]
B. Rotator cuff tears: what are they and what
do they look like? [A-629] Moderators: A. Biondi; Besançon/FR
K.-F. Kreitner; Mainz/DE H.P. Schemuth; Essen/DE
C. Patterns of instability: what does the MRI show? [A-630]
A.J. Grainger; Leeds/UK 3
March Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room E2
» Panel discussion: How are the indications for MR
arthography in the shoulder changing? SS 611 Cerebrovascular disease (1)
[K-14, B-0495 – B-0504]

6
March Sunday, March 6, 10:30–12:00, Room E1
Moderators: K.M. Thierfelder; Munich/DE
P. Vilela; Almada/PT
SS 1810 Ligaments, tendons and joints
[K-29, B-1180 – B-1189]

Moderators: A.H. Karantanas; Iraklion/GR


A. Sachs; Vienna/AT

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Neuro

3
March Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room E2
5
March Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room M 4
SS 711 Cerebrovascular disease (2) SS 1411b Cerebral tumours (2)
[B-0645 – B-0654] [B-1050 – B-1060]

Moderators: U. Lamot; Ljubljana/SI Moderators: J.H. Gillard; Cambridge/UK


Z. Merhemic; Sarajevo/BA S. Looby; Dublin/IE

4 Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Studio 2016


5
March March Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Room G
SS 1011a Neurovascular interventions (2) RC 1511 White spots in the brain
[B-0793 – B-0803]
Moderator: E.T. Tali; Ankara/TR
Moderators: T. Kau; Klagenfurt/AT A. White spots and blots in the brain: what are they?
S. Haller; Geneva/CH [A-655]
T.A. Yousry; London/UK
4 Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room E2
B. How can I improve my reporting of T2-hyperintense
March lesions? [A-656]
SS 1011b Cerebrovascular disease (3) A. Rovira-Cañellas; Barcelona/ES
[B-0813 – B-0823] C. Is there a need for quantitative reporting of white
matter lesions? [A-657]
Moderators: M. Buruian; Targu-Mures/RO F. Barkhof; London/UK, Amsterdam/NL
T. Rostovtseva; St. Petersburg/RU
5
March Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Room M 4
4
March Friday, March 4, 16:00–17:30, Room G SS 1511 Multiple sclerosis
RC 1211 Cerebrovascular disease [B-1105 – B-1115]

Moderator: M. Vernooij; Rotterdam/NL Moderators: K.-O. Løvblad; Geneva/CH


R. Woitek; Vienna/AT
A. Vascular distribution territories: arterial and venous
[A-480]
A. Dörfler; Erlangen/DE
5
March Saturday, March 5, 16:00–17:30, Room G
B. Detecting microhaemorrhages: why are they RC 1611 Update on endovascular stroke treatment:
important? What are they? Should we use GRE T2* or a medical breakthrough?
SWI or both? [A-481]
H.R. Jäger; London/UK Moderator: S. Rohde; Dortmund/DE
C. Cerebral perfusion studies in cerebrovascular disease: A. A critical appraisal of the current literature [A-716]
techniques, indications and applications [A-482] W. van Zwam; Maastricht/NL
P.M. Parizel; Antwerp/BE
B. Which techniques can we use to reopen an occluded
cerebral blood vessel? [A-717]
5
March Saturday, March 5, 08:30–10:00, Room G
T. van der Zijden; Edegem/BE
C. Endovascular stroke treatment: ethical and
RC 1311 Reporting the degenerative economical concerns [A-718]
lumbar spine K.-O. Løvblad; Geneva/CH

Moderator: D. Zlatareva; Sofia/BG 6


March Sunday, March 6, 10:30–12:00, Room E2
A. Disc nomenclature: how I make my report [A-565]
J. Rankine; Leeds/UK SS 1811 Spine
B. Don’t forget the facet joints and posterior elements [K-30, B-1190 – B-1199]
[A-566]
L. van den Hauwe; Antwerp/BE Moderators: S. Morozova; Moscow/RU
J. Van Goethem; Antwerp/BE
C. What to say and not to say in your report [A-567]
M.M. Thurnher; Vienna/AT
6
March Sunday, March 6, 14:00–15:30, Room E2
5 SS 1911 Movement disorders and
March Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room E2 neurodegenerative diseases
SS 1411a Cerebrovascular disease (4) [B-1337 – B-1347]
[B-0963 – B-0973]
Moderators: L. Haider; Vienna/AT
Moderators: D. Bos; Rotterdam/NL S. Lehéricy; Paris/FR
C. Calli; Izmir/TR

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Paediatric

2
March Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room M 2
4
March Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room M 2
SS 212 Brain and neck SS 1012 Abdominal and foetal imaging
[B-0163 – B-0173] [B-0888 – B-0898]

Moderators: P. Gulino; Florence/IT Moderators: G. Kasprian; Vienna/AT


D. Prayer; Vienna/AT G. Papaioannou; Athens/GR

2
March Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Room M 2
4
March Friday, March 4, 16:00–17:30, Room O
SS 312 Thorax and musculoskeletal RC 1212 Key issues in paediatric
[K-09, B-0366 – B-0375] imaging

Moderators: C. Balassy; Vienna/AT » Chairman’s introduction [A-443]


Z. Yazici; Bursa/TR J. Portelli; Msida/MT
A. Key issues in the x-ray department [A-444]
2
March Wednesday, March 2, 16:00–17:30, Room O
E. Sorantin; Graz/AT
B. Dose reduction and image quality in paediatric CT
RC 412 Chest imaging in paediatrics [A-445]
R.A.J. Nievelstein; Utrecht/NL
Moderator: W. Hirsch; Leipzig/DE
C. Patient compliance and motion-free protocols
A. Congenital anomalies of the chest [A-069] in general paediatric MRI [A-446]
M. Haliloglu; Ankara/TR G.K. Schneider; Homburg a.d. Saar/DE
B. Lung infection and its complications [A-070] » Panel discussion: What are the essentials in education
M.L. Lobo; Lisbon/PT and training for paediatric imaging?
C. Imaging interstitial lung disease in children:
update 2016 [A-071]
M.P. García-Peña; Barcelona/ES 5
March Saturday, March 5, 08:30–10:00, Room O
RC 1312 Imaging children with cancer
3
March Thursday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Room O Moderator: P. Tomà; Rome/IT
RC 512 Imaging of foetus and infant A. Imaging of abdominal masses at diagnosis:
clues for benignity vs malignancy [A-519]
Moderator: A.M. Taylor; London/UK A.M.J.B. Smets; Amsterdam/NL
A. Foetal neuro imaging [A-138] B. From whole body MRI to MR/PET [A-520]
A. Rossi; Genoa/IT J. Schäfer; Tübingen/DE
B. Foetal body imaging [A-139] C. Imaging of complications of therapy [A-521]
F.E. Avni; Lille/FR K. McHugh; London/UK
C. Neonatal urinary tract imaging [A-140]
M. Riccabona; Graz/AT

4
March Friday, March 4, 08:30–10:00, Room O
RC 912 Hepatobiliary imaging
in children

Moderator: M. Raissaki; Iraklion/GR


A. Imaging of liver masses [A-318]
H. Woodley; Leeds/UK
B. Imaging of biliary disorders [A-319]
S.G.F. Robben; Maastricht/NL
C. Intervention in the hepatobiliary system [A-320]
S. Franchi-Abella; Le Kremlin-Bicêtre/FR

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Physics in Radiology

2
March Wednesday, March 2, 08:30–10:00, Room D2
3
March Thursday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Room D2
RC 113 Single-dual-multi-energy CT RC 513 How to assess and communicate
examination risks to patients and
» Chairman’s introduction [A-031] referring physicians?
J. Damilakis; Iraklion/GR
A. Basics of diagnostic dual energy CT [A-032] » Chairman’s introduction [A-169]
T. Klinder; Hamburg/DE A. Torresin; Milan/IT
B. Photon counting detector technology for A. Radiation risk: a patient’s perspective [A-170]
diagnostic CT [A-033] E. Briers; Hasselt/BE
M. Danielsson; Stockholm/SE B. Radiation risks for patients and staff [A-171]
C. Do we really need multi-energy CT? [A-034] P. Gilligan; Dublin/IE
S.T. Schindera; Basle/CH C. Risk in MRI [A-172]
» Panel discussion: How many energies do R. Peeters; Leuven/BE
we need in CT? D. Communicating risks to patients and the public [A-173]
N. Leitgeb; Graz/AT
2
March Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room F2
» Panel discussion: How real are the risks and how do
we communicate them?
SS 213 CT imaging: effects of body size and
This session is part of the EuroSafe Imaging campaign.
use of iterative reconstruction
[K-04, B-0099 – B-0108]
3
March Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room F2
Moderators: B.M. Gramer; Munich/DE
A. Jahnen; Esch-sur-Alzette/LU SS 713 Innovations in radiology
[B-0665 – B-0675]

2
March Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Room F2 Moderators: Y. Bouchareb; London/UK
R. Raupach; Forchheim/DE
SS 313 Radiation risk assessment 
and awareness
[K-10, B-0302 – B-0311] 5
March Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Room K
Moderators: N. Buls; Brussels/BE RC 1513 IT tools for dose tracking
O. Ciraj-Bjelac; Belgrade/RS and workflow optimisation
This session is part of the EuroSafe Imaging campaign.
» Chairman’s introduction [A-651]
A. Trianni; Udine/IT
2
March Wednesday, March 2, 16:00–17:30, Room D2
A. Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine
(DICOM) standard and Integrating the Healthcare
RC 413 Artefacts and pitfalls Enterprise (IHE) [A-652]
in tomography D. Peck; Detroit, MI/US
B. Patient dose index tracking: a must have? [A-653]
» Chairman’s introduction [A-097] F. Zanca; Leuven/BE
V. Tsapaki; Athens/GR
C. Optimising technique using patient dose index
A. CT [A-098] tracking software: tips and tricks [A-654]
M. Kachelrieß; Heidelberg/DE R.W.R. Loose; Nürnberg/DE
B. PET/CT [A-099] » Panel discussion: Dose index tracking in clinical
T. Beyer; Vienna/AT practice
C. MR/PET [A-100]
H.H. Quick; Essen/DE
» Panel discussion: Imagine imaging without artefacts:
dos and don’ts in your clinical practice

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Physics in Radiology Radiographers

5
March Saturday, March 5, 16:00–17:30, Room K
2
March Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room G
RC 1613 MR: artefacts and devices SS 214 Radiographers’ education:
the curriculum
» Chairman’s introduction [A-712] [B-0142 – B-0152]
M. Tosetti; Pisa/IT
A. Image artefacts in MRI and their mitigation [A-713] Moderators: P.H. Hogg; Manchester/UK
D.J. Lurie; Aberdeen/UK Y. Menu; Paris/FR

B. Imaging around metal implants: artefact reduction


in MRI [A-714] 2
March Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Room G
C. McGrath; Belfast/IE
C. Artefacts in perfusion and diffusion MRI [A-715] SS 314 CT parameters: 
I. Tsougos; Larissa/GR juggling or struggling?
» Panel discussion: Clinically applicable tools/ [K-11, B-0345 – B-0354]
strategies to minimising/avoiding MR imaging
artefacts Moderators: E. Agadakos; Athens/GR
E. Sorantin; Graz/AT

This session is part of the EuroSafe Imaging campaign.


6
March Sunday, March 6, 10:30–12:00, Room F2
SS 1813 Practical radiation  3
risk management March Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room G
[B-1200 – B-1210] SS 714 Quality issues in ultrasound and CT
[B-0708 – B-0718]
Moderators: M. Koutalonis; Colchester/UK
R.W.R. Loose; Nürnberg/DE Moderators: C. Beardmore; London/UK
K. Lang; Malmö/SE
This session is part of the EuroSafe Imaging campaign.

6 4
March Friday, March 4, 08:30–10:00, Room D2
March Sunday, March 6, 14:00–15:30, Room F2
RC 914 State-of-the-art breast imaging
SS 1913 Physics of dual-energy CT and
breast imaging
» Chairmen’s introduction [A-350, A-351]
[B-1348 – B-1357] V. Syrgiamiotis; Athens/GR
S. Zackrisson; Malmö/SE
Moderators: H. de las Heras Gala; Zorneding/DE
I.A. Tsalafoutas; Athens/GR A. Current status of digital mammography [A-352]
C.E. Mercer; Manchester/UK
B. Developments in digital mammography [A-353]
C. Reis; Lisbon/PT
C. Breast MRI and the future [A-354]
G. Podobnik; Ljubljana/SI
» Panel discussion: The role of multimodality
imaging in breast imaging

4
March Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room G
SS 1014 High dose antidotes
[B-0866 – B-0876]

Moderators: I. Arkhipova; Moscow/RU


S. Brandão; Porto/PT

This session is part of the EuroSafe Imaging campaign.

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Radiographers

5
March Saturday, March 5, 08:30–10:00, Room D2
5
March Saturday, March 5, 16:00–17:30, Room D2
RC 1314 Enhancing research in radiography: RC 1614 Safety issues in medical imaging
a change of culture
Moderators: C. Leidecker; Forchheim/DE
J. Santos; Coimbra/PT
» Chairmen’s introduction [A-557, A-558]
I.M. Björkman-Burtscher; Lund/SE A. Safeguarding patients and staff in MRI [A-708]
J. McNulty; Dublin/IE T. Owman; Lund/SE
A. Radiography research updates: new collaborations B. Safety aspects in an interventional
and initiatives in Europe [A-559] radiology setting? [A-709]
J. McNulty; Dublin/IE D. Catania; Milan/IT
B. FoRRM: a Formal Radiography Research Mentorship C. An introduction to mammography safety:
scheme as an instrument for change [A-560] what can be done? [A-710]
C. Malamateniou; London/UK D. O’Leary; Hertfordshire/UK
C. Translating research evidence into clinical practice D. Safety in CT: dose minimisation and beyond [A-711]
[A-561] R. Booij; Rotterdam/NL
G. Paulo; Coimbra/PT
This session is part of the EuroSafe Imaging campaign.
» Panel discussion: Research: the key to advancing the
profession of radiography?
6
March Sunday, March 6, 08:30–10:00, Room D2
5
March Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room G
RC 1714 The magic of excellent images

SS 1414 Safety and patient care in medical » Chairmen’s introduction [A-763, A-764]
imaging N. Mekiš; Ljubljana/SI
[B-1006 – B-1016] A.P. Parkar; Bergen/NO
A. Image quality optimisation in MRI:
Moderators: A. Henner; Oulu/FI
a radiographer’s perspective [A-765]
D. Miletić; Rijeka/HR
M. Kiss; Miskolc/HU
B. Fine tuning of image quality in computed
5
March Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Room D2
tomography, the role of the radiographer [A-766]
D. Pekarovic; Ljubljana/SI
RC 1514 Innovative education in medical C. X-ray radiography: tips and tricks for high quality
imaging imaging on the frontline [A-767]
E. Constantarogianni; Athens/GR
» Chairmen’s introduction [A-646, A-647] » Panel discussion: The importance of excellent images
P. Bezzina; Msida/MT for advancing the quality of healthcare
M. Bachmann Nielsen; Copenhagen/DK
A. Is there a role for smartphones and tablets in medical
imaging education? [A-648] 6
March Sunday, March 6, 10:30–12:00, Room G
F. Girard; Pont de Roide/FR
SS 1814 Getting the radiation dose 
B. Using simulators as an innovative teaching tool
as low as possible
in medical imaging [A-649]
P. Cosson; Teeside/UK [K-31, B-1243 – B-1252]

C. Beyond eye candy: developing effective interactive Moderators: H. Ståhlbrandt; Eksjö/SE
animations to enhance MRI learning [A-650] F. Zarb; Msida/MT
D. Koumarianos; Athens/GR
This session is part of the EuroSafe Imaging campaign.
» Panel discussion: What is the value of innovation
in advancing clinical practice and education in
radiography? 6
March Sunday, March 6, 14:00–15:30, Room G
SS 1914 How to improve image quality in MRI
and mammography
[B-1379 – B-1389]

Moderators: B. Bougias; Ioannina/GR


E. Szabó; Szeged/HU

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Vascular

2
March Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room L8
4
March Friday, March 4, 08:30–10:00, Room M 2
SS 215 Vasculopathy: form and function RC 915 Fixing a leaky EVAR
[B-0056 – B-0066]
Moderator: R. Morgan; London/UK
Moderators: M. Reiter; Vienna/AT A. The role of US: Doppler, 3D US, CEUS [A-368]
A. van der Lugt; Rotterdam/NL P. Ricci; Rome/IT
B. 2D and 3D CTA: current concepts [A-369]
2
March Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Room L8
A. Bücker; Homburg a.d. Saar/DE
C. Endovascular management [A-370]
SS 315 Peripheral arteries: imaging and R. Uberoi; Oxford/UK
therapy
[B-0259 – B-0269]
4
March Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room Z
Moderators: M. de Bucourt; Berlin/DE
SS 1015 Thoracic aorta: novel imaging and
J.T. Ortiz-Pérez; Barcelona/ES
interventions
[B-0762 – B-0772]
2
March Wednesday, March 2, 16:00–17:30, Room M 1 Moderators: A. Contegiacomo; Rome/IT
RC 415 Basic principles of varicose H. Hoppe; Berne/CH
vein diagnosis and
endovascular treatment
5
March Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room M 3
Moderator: D. Karnabatidis; Patras/GR
SS 1415 Pulmonary vasculature:
A. Diagnostic cross-sectional imaging [A-110] new and improved
H. Hoppe; Berne/CH
[B-1039 – B-1049]
B. Saphenous vein ablation [A-111]
M. Akesson; Höllviken/SE Moderators: K. Nikolaou; Tübingen/DE
C. Ultrasound guided sclerotherapy [A-112] M. Prokop; Nijmegen/NL
P.F. Sousa; Ermesinde/PT

5 Saturday, March 5, 14:00–15:30, Room M 3


3
March Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room L8
March

SS 1515 New observations in visceral imaging


SS 615 Optimising vascular imaging techniques and therapy
[B-0473 – B-0483] [B-1094 – B-1104]

Moderators: A.L.J. Bojanovic; Nis/RS Moderators: J.I. Bilbao; Pamplona/ES


T. Rand; Vienna/AT K. Katsanos; London/UK

3
March Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room Z
6
March Sunday, March 6, 10:30–12:00, Room L8
SS 715 Endovascular therapies: what’s new? SS 1815 Abdominal aortic and other aneurysms
[K-18, B-0613 – B-0622] [K-32, B-1170 – B-1179]

Moderators: F. Fanelli; Rome/IT Moderators: I. Bargellini; Pisa/IT


D.K. Tsetis; Iraklion/GR E. Brountzos; Athens/GR

3
March Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Room M 1
RC 815 Carotid artery disease:
so what’s new?

Moderator: T. Jargiello; Lublin/PL


A. The diagnostic assessment of carotid arteries [A-295]
R. Iezzi; Rome/IT
B. Carotid stenting vs endarterectomy:
is the jury back yet? [A-296]
S. MacDonald; Newcastle upon Tyne/UK
C. Carotid interventions in the setting of acute CVA
[A-297]
S. Sencer; Istanbul/TR

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Oncologic Imaging

2
March Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room F1
3
March Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room F1
SS 216a Hepatocellular cancer: characterisation, SS 616 Advanced imaging methods (1)
response and recurrence [B-0505 – B-0515]
[B-0088 – B-0098]
Moderators: V. Panebianco; Rome/IT
Moderators: M.A. Bali; Brussels/BE B.M. Schaarschmidt; Düsseldorf/DE
A. Fohlen; Caen/FR

3 Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room F1


2
March Wednesday, March 2, 10:30–12:00, Room M 4
March

SS 716 Whole body imaging


SS 216b Advanced imaging methods (2) [K-19, B-0655 – B-0664]
[B-0184 – B-0194]
Moderators: J. Sosna; Jerusalem/IL
Moderators: C. Ayuso; Barcelona/ES T.D. Westwood; Manchester/UK
O.V. Kucheruk; Moscow/RU

4 Friday, March 4, 08:30–10:00, Room F1


2
March Wednesday, March 2, 14:00–15:30, Room F1
March

RC 916 Diffusion-weighted imaging (DWI)


SS 316 Dealing with metastatic disease in oncology: how I do it
[B-0291 – B-0301]
» Chairman’s introduction [A-339]
Moderators: D.M. Lambregts; Amsterdam/NL D.-M. Koh; Sutton/UK
A. Sohaib; London/UK
A. DWI: how to optimise protocols [A-340]
N. Papanikolaou; Iraklion/GR
2
March Wednesday, March 2, 16:00–17:30, Room F1
B. DWI in abdominal oncology:
ready for clinical practice? [A-341]
RC 416 Evaluating lymph node involvement: D.M. Lambregts; Amsterdam/NL
an impossible task? C. DWI: whole body imaging [A-342]
V. Vandecaveye; Leuven/BE
» Chairman’s introduction [A-085] » Panel discussion: How to optimise DWI for clinical
D.-M. Koh; Sutton/UK practice?
A. The current criteria for nodal involvement MRI/CTI
[A-086]
W. Schima; Vienna/AT 4
March Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room F1
B. Advanced MRI techniques: what do they contribute? SS 1016 Prostate and renal tract cancers:
[A-087]
advanced detection methods
H.C. Thoeny; Berne/CH
[B-0824 – B-0834]
C. PET and other nuclear medicine techniques [A-088]
T. Barwick; London/UK Moderators: J. Rørvik; Bergen/NO
» Panel discussion: Will imaging ever make diagnostic W. Sommer; Munich/DE
biopsy unnecessary?

4 Friday, March 4, 16:00–17:30, Room F1


3 Thursday, March 3, 08:30–10:00, Room F1
March
March RC 1216 New insights in bone
RC 516 A multidisciplinary approach tumour imaging
to prostate cancer:
can we make a difference? » Chairman’s introduction [A-461]
D. Vanel; Bologna/IT
» Chairman’s introduction [A-161] A. New insights in treatment-associated changes
B. Hamm; Berlin/DE in patients with bone tumours [A-462]
A. The urologist: evidence-based clinical decision C.R. Krestan; Vienna/AT
making [A-162] B. New insights in staging and restaging
B.A. Hadaschik; Heidelberg/DE musculoskeletal tumours [A-463]
B. The radiologist: evidence-based use of J.L. Bloem; Leiden/NL
multiparametric MRI [A-163] C. New insights in imaging for multiple myeloma
H.-P. Schlemmer; Heidelberg/DE [A-464]
C. The interventional radiologist [A-164] G. Sommer; Basle/CH
C. Catalano; Rome/IT » Panel discussion: The future of bone tumour imaging
» Panel discussion: Prostate cancer: evidence-based
multidisciplinary approach to imaging and treatment

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Oncologic Imaging Emergency Radiology

5
March Saturday, March 5, 10:30–12:00, Room M 2
2
March Wednesday, March 2, 08:30–10:00, Room M 4
SS 1416 Pelvic and breast cancer RC 117 Abdominal trauma:
[B-1028 – B-1038] does it bleed, will it start bleeding or
is something else leaking?
Moderators: O. Abeyakoon; Cambridge/UK
B.D. Klumpp; Tübingen/DE Moderator: S. Wirth; Munich/DE
A. Liver and spleen [A-049]
6
March Sunday, March 6, 10:30–12:00, Studio 2016
M. Scaglione; Castel Volturno/IT
B. Pancreas, bowel and mesentery [A-050]
SS 1816 Gastrointestinal cancer: prediction and M.A. Patak; Zurich/CH
assessment of therapeutic response C. Urogenital tract [A-051]
[B-1160 – B-1169] R.H. Oyen; Leuven/BE

Moderators: S. Battisti; Rome/IT


L.K. Blomqvist; Stockholm/SE 2
March Wednesday, March 2, 16:00–17:30, Room M 4
RC 417 ‘Special patients’
6
March Sunday, March 6, 14:00–15:30, Studio 2016 in the emergency room:
when and how to image them?
SS 1916 Assessment and prediction of
treatment response Moderator: U. Linsenmaier; Munich/DE
[K-37, B-1316 – B-1325]
A. Children [A-121]
V. Miele; Rome/IT
Moderators: L.S. Fournier; Paris/FR
A. Gogbashian; Middlesex/UK B. Pregnant patients [A-122]
H. Alkadhi; Zurich/CH
C. Elderly patients [A-123]
K. Katulska; Poznan/PL

3
March Thursday, March 3, 10:30–12:00, Room F2
SS 617 Cardiothoracic emergencies
[K-15, B-0516 – B-0525]

Moderators: F. Carbonetti; Rome/IT


J.B. Dormagen; Oslo/NO

3
March Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room D2
SS 717 Trauma of the brain and body
[B-0686 – B-0695]

Moderators: J.M. Artigas; Zaragoza/ES


F. Mrakic Sposta; Milan/IT

4
March Friday, March 4, 08:30–10:00, Room M 4
RC 917 Acute pain: your friend and enemy
in emergency radiology

» Chairman’s introduction: patients with acute pain -


management and therapeutic pathways [A-375]
J. Walecki; Warsaw/PL
A. Head [A-376]
P.C. Maly Sundgren; Lund/SE
B. Chest [A-377]
C.N. De Cecco; Charleston, SC/US
C. Abdomen [A-378]
R. Basilico; Chieti/IT
» Panel discussion: Where does radiology fit
in the pathway?

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2
March Wednesday, March 2, 08:30–10:00, Room L8
2
March Wednesday, March 2, 16:00–17:30, Room E2
EuroSafe Imaging Session 1 EuroSafe Imaging Session 2
Low-dose research in medical EuroSafe Imaging Alliance & Campaign -
radiation protection what is new?

Moderator: L. Rainford; Dublin/IE Moderator: G. Frija; Paris/FR


» Developing a strategic research agenda for  » An overview of the EuroSafe Imaging 
medical radiation protection: a chance for achievements over the past year [A-078]
advancing research in radiology [A-016] G. Frija; Paris/FR
W. Stiller; Heidelberg/DE » Update on the concept of Diagnostic
» Do iodinated contrast media enhance DNA damage Reference Levels [A-079]
after exposure to ionising radiation? [A-017] P. Vock; Spiegel/CH
G. Frija; Paris/FR » Establishing European Diagnostic Reference Levels
» Dose reduction in modern digital plain-radiography for paediatric imaging: an update on the EC tender
on the basis of indication-specific, standardised project PiDRL [A-080]
quality criteria [A-018] J. Damilakis; Iraklion/GR
D. Spira; Heidelberg/DE » The European paediatric imaging project [A-081]
» Paediatric imaging: are risks of ionising radiation C. Owens; London/UK
exposure established? [A-019] » The EuroSafe Imaging dose management project
H. Ducou le Pointe; Paris/FR [A-082]
This session is part of the EuroSafe Imaging campaign. D. Caramella; Pisa/IT
» AFROSAFE Imaging Alliance and Campaign [A-083]
M.G. Kawooya; Kampala/UG
2
March Wednesday, March 2, 12:30–13:30; Room D2 » Image Wisely and Image Gently: an overview [A-084]
Clinical Trials in Radiology (CTiR) 1 D. Frush; Durham, NC/US
» Panel discussion
Moderators: R.L. Arenson; San Francisco, CA/US Chair: J. Griebel; Neuherberg/DE (HERCA, BfS)
M. Dewey; Berlin/DE Panellists:
» The Swedish CArdioPulmonary BioImage Study M. Perez; Geneva/CH (WHO)
(SCAPIS): objectives and design D. Paez; Vienna/AT (IAEA)
G. Bergström; Gothenburg/SE G. Simeonov; Luxembourg/LU (EC)
Discussant: G. Krombach; Giessen/DE N. Denjoy; Brussels/BE (COCIR)
G. Paulo; Coimbra/PT (EFRS)
» NSsaFe study: observational study on the incidence
of nephrogenic systemic fibrosis in renal impaired This session is part of the EuroSafe Imaging campaign.
patients following gadoteric acid administration
A. Gottschalk; Frankfurt a. Main/DE
Discussant: G. Heinz-Peer; St. Pölten/AT 3
March Thursday, March 3, 12:30–13:30, Room D2
» Computed tomography angiography vs Agatston
Clinical Trials in Radiology (CTiR) 2
score for diagnosis of coronary artery disease:
results from the international Collaborative Meta- Moderators: R.L. Arenson; San Francisco, CA/US
Analysis of Cardiac CT (COME-CCT) M. Dewey; Berlin/DE
V. Wieske; Berlin/DE
» MR-targeted vs TRUS-guided prostate biopsy
Discussant: L. Saba; Cagliari/IT
in patients with high PSA values:
» Efficient use of medical imaging in Belgium: a randomized controlled trial
where does it go wrong in prescribing imaging D. Regge; Candiolo/IT
studies for the lumbar spine and abdomen? Discussant: P. Asbach; Berlin/DE
A national multicentric study
» The multicentre DISCHARGE trial pilot study:
N. Stichelbaut; Ghent/BE
Image quality and protocol adherence results
Discussant: F.J. Gilbert; Cambridge/UK
G. De Rubeis; Rome/IT
Discussant: R. Vliegenthart; Groningen/NL
» Dynamic stress perfusion CT for detection
of inducible myocardial ischemia:
rationale and design of the SPECIFIC-trial
F. Bamberg; Tübingen/DE
Discussant: S. Kajander; Turku/FI
» The impact of breast MRI on surgical planning and
reoperation rate: first results from the MIPA study
G. Di Leo; San Donato Milanese/IT
Discussant: E.M. Fallenberg; Berlin/DE

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3
March Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Studio 2016
3
March Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Room K
EIBIR Session 1 ACR Session (American College of Radiology)
(European Institute for Biomedical Imaging Delivering higher value care in radiology:
Research) how to make it work in clinical practice –
Joint VPH-PRISM/ASSURE Session - perspectives from the American College
from screening to therapy: of Radiology
innovative breast care concepts
Chairpersons: B. Allen, Jr.; Birmingham, AL/US
Moderator: H.K. Hahn; Bremen/DE H.-U. Kauczor; Heidelberg/DE
» Introduction: challenges and innovative approaches » Awareness to accountability: coping with the
in image-based breast care [A-224] mandates for documenting higher-value care [A-288]
H.K. Hahn; Bremen/DE B. Allen, Jr.; Birmingham, AL/US
» Density patterns, breast cancer risk and masking » Radiologists’ role in delivering higher-value care
in screening mammograms [A-225] through population health management [A-289]
C. van Gils; Utrecht/NL W.T. Thorwarth; Reston, VA/US
» Novel ultrasound and MRI technologies for breast » Involving patients in their radiological care:
cancer screening [A-226] radiologist visibility, personalised care and improving
N. Karssemeijer; Nijmegen/NL outcomes [A-290]
D.C. Kushner; Norfolk, VA/US
» Breast cancer risk and masking risk-based
stratification protocols: key drivers of » Questions and answers
cost-effectiveness [A-227]
E. Gray; Manchester/UK
3 Thursday, March 3, 16:00–17:30, Room O
» Histopathology images: the new kid on the block March

of clinical multimodality imaging [A-228] ESR Working Group on Ultrasound


J. van der Laak; Nijmegen/NL Minimising the risk of transmitting
» Quantitative treatment planning, response prediction, infections through ultrasound:
and monitoring [A-229] is current practice sufficient?
K. Pinker-Domenig; New York, NY/US
» Chairman’s introduction [A-247]
3
March Thursday, March 3, 14:00–15:30, Room N
L.E. Derchi; Genoa/IT
» Why is it important to consider infection control
ESOR Session issues in ultrasound? Low- vs high-risk examinations
(European School of Radiology) [A-248]
Advancing clinical practice: C. Nyhsen; Sunderland/UK
role of education » Current accepted practice of ultrasound probe
decontamination in endocarvitary and interventional
Moderators: L. Donoso Bach; Barcelona/ES radiology [A-249, A-250]
N. Gourtsoyiannis; Athens/GR N. Grenier; Bordeaux/FR
» Introduction [A-218] M. Claudon; Vandoeuvre-les-Nancy/FR
L. Donoso Bach; Barcelona/ES » Why current practice may not be safe: main risks of
» ESOR in action 2016 [A-219] infection transmission and published evidence
N. Gourtsoyiannis; Athens/GR [A-251]
H. Humphreys; Dublin/IE
» Role of remodelling in delivering of learning [A-220]
P.R. Ros; Cleveland, OH/US » Panel discussion: Safer practice vs considerable cost
implications: are changes needed and feasible?
» Role of referral guidelines and clinical decision
support systems [A-221]
L. Donoso Bach; Barcelona/ES
» MDTs and patient outcomes [A-222]
R.H. Reznek; London/UK
» Role of research and innovation: essential ingredients
for our professional advancement [A-223]
H. Hricak; New York, NY/US

Awards
During the session, scholars and fellows will be
awarded certificates for successfully completing
the 2015 ESOR Scholarship and Fellowship Programmes.

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4
March Friday, March 4, 08:30–10:00, Room K
4
March Friday, March 4, 12:15–13:45, Room D2
EFOMP Workshop: MIR @ ECR Session (Management in Radiology)
Radiation protection for the female patient and MIR 1 Communication in radiology
female medical staff
Moderators: B. Hamm; Berlin/DE
(European Federation of
S. Morozov; Moscow/RU
Organisations for Medical Physics)
A. Communication and conflict resolution in radiology:
EF 1 Breast imaging modalities and
how to recruit and retain the best team [A-398]
radiation dose P.R. Ros; Cleveland; OH/US
Moderators: J. Damilakis; Iraklion/GR B. Impact of structured reporting on communication
T. Beyer; Vienna/AT with referring physicians [A-399]
D.P. dos Santos; Mainz/DE
» Chairman’s introduction [A-355]
J. Damilakis; Iraklion/GR C. Informed consent in the radiology department:
when and how? [A-400]
» Breast CT: technology and patient dose
L.H.R. Mendoza; Zaragoza/ES
[A-356]
I. Sechopoulos; Nijmegen/NL D. Patients’ expectations in communication
with radiologists [A-401]
» Digital mammography for screening and diagnosis
E. Briers; Hasselt/BE
of breast cancer: breast doses and radiogenic risks
[A-357] » Discussion
O. Morrish; Cambridge/UK
Management in Radiology is a subcommittee
» Digital breast tomosynthesis: physical principles and
of the ESR Professional Organisation Committee.
radiation dose levels [A-358]
G. Gennaro; Padua/IT Those involved in the field of healthcare are experiencing
a time of increasing pressure, stress and change. The de-
This session is part of the EuroSafe Imaging campaign. mand for efficiency and effectiveness in all business and
administrative matters is constantly growing. MIR addresses
current challenges and provides a forum for education and
4
March Friday, March 4, 10:30–12:00, Room K the exchange of ideas and concepts.
EFOMP Workshop:
Radiation protection for the female patient 4
March Friday, March 4, 14:00–15:30, Room M 4
and female medical staff
(European Federation of Joint Session of the ESR and ESMRMB
Organisations for Medical Physics) (European Society for Magnetic
EF 2 Pregnancy and lactation Resonance in Medicine and Biology)
Cardiac MRI
Moderators: P. Sharp; Aberdeen/UK
V. Tsapaki; Athens/GR Moderators: E.R. Danielsen; Copenhagen/DK
J. Bremerich; Basle/CH
» Chairman’s introduction [A-390]
P. Sharp; Aberdeen/UK » Overview of cardiac MR methods [A-420]
S. Kozerke; Zurich/CH
» Radiation protection of pregnant and
lactating patients in nuclear medicine » Clinical use of MR in congenital cardiac disease [A-421]
[A-391] V. Muthurangu; London/UK
S. Mattsson; Malmö/SE » Clinical use of MR in acquired cardiac disease [A-422]
» Dose management of pregnant patients in x-ray T. Leiner; Utrecht/NL
imaging [A-392]
J. Damilakis; Iraklion/GR
» Occupational radiation protection: protecting
pregnant or potentially pregnant workers in
interventional radiology [A-393]
A. Trianni; Udine/IT

This session is part of the EuroSafe Imaging campaign.

= Interactive session with electronic voting/self assessment

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4
March Friday, March 4, 14:00–15:30, Room L8
4
March Friday, March 4, 16:00–17:30, Room M 1
EIBIR Session 2 EuroSafe Imaging Session 3
(European Institute for Biomedical Imaging Joint Session of the ESR and HERCA
Research) (Heads of the European Radiological protection
MITIGATE: What does it take to perform clinical Competent Authorities):
trials in interventional radiology? the new EU-BSS Directive -
a step forward to patient safety
» Introduction [A-411, A-412]
S.O. Schönberg; Mannheim/DE » Chairmen’s introduction [A-483, A-484]
W.R. Jaschke; Innsbruck/AT G. Frija; Paris/FR
» Overview on clinical trials in interventional radiology S. Ebdon-Jackson; Didcot/UK
in Europe [A-413] » Overview of EU radiation protection
A. Gangi; Strasbourg/FR legislation [A-485]
» How to implement investigator-initiated or J. Griebel; Neuherberg/DE
industry-sponsored trials in interventional oncology: » Regulators’ expectations [A-486]
SORAMIC vs SIRFLOX [A-414] S. Ebdon-Jackson; Didcot/UK
W. Richter; Berlin/DE
» Tools to support implementation of the BSS Directive:
» Design of a clinical trial in oligometastatic GIST: ESR perspective [A-487]
results from the MITIGATE consortium [A-415] G. Frija; Paris/FR
C. Decristoforo; Innsbruck/AT
» Tools to support implementation of the BSS Directive:
» Discussion medical physicists’ perspective [A-488]
J. Damilakis; Iraklion/GR

4 Friday, March 4, 14:00–15:30, Room D2


» Tools to support implementation of the BSS Directive:
March radiographers’ perspective [A-489]
MIR @ ECR Session (Management in Radiology) S.J. Foley; Dublin/IE
MIR 2 Improving quality and safety » Discussion: Regulators’ vs practitioners’ perspective:
in radiology two sides of the same coin

Chairs:  . Frija; Paris/FR (ESR)


G
Moderators: E.J. Adam; London/UK
S. Ebdon-Jackson; Didcot/UK (HERCA)
D.A. Koff; Hamilton, ON/CA
A. How to run a safe department? [A-416] Panellists:  . Griebel; Neuherberg/DE (HERCA)
J
P. Cavanagh; Taunton/UK J. Damilakis; Iraklion/GR (EFOMP)
S.J. Foley; Dublin/IE (EFRS)
B. Patient satisfaction with radiology
N. Denjoy; Belgium/BE (COCIR)
departments: are we doing our best? [A-417]
G. Paulo; Coimbra/PT
C. Is there any evidence for decision support? [A-418] This session is part of the EuroSafe Imaging campaign.
G. Boland; Boston, MA/US
D. Dose monitoring and benchmarking: 4 Friday, March 4, 16:00–17:30, Room Z
opportunities to improve radiation protection [A-419] March

D. Caramella; Pisa/IT EDiR Talk


» Discussion (European Diploma in Radiology)
What you should know about the EDiR
This session is part of the EuroSafe Imaging campaign.

» Chairmen’s introduction: 
4
March Friday, March 4, 14:00–15:30, Room A
The story of the European Diploma
in Radiology (EDiR) [A-434, A-435]
Image Interpretation Quiz (IIQ) J. Vilar; Vale