October 4 - 5, 2019
NH Collection Roma Giustiniano
Via Virgilio, 1 E/F/G
The workshop will be held in English.
Prof. Andrea Laghi (ESGAR)
S. Andrea University Hospital
Dr. Gabriele Capurso (EPC)
S. Andrea University Hospital
Dr. Marc Zins, Paris/FR (ESGAR)
Prof. Mathias Löhr, Stockholm/SE (EPC)
ESGAR (European Society of Gastrointestinal and Abdominal Radiology) and EPC (European Pancreatic Club) aim to join forces in the organization of a multidisciplinary course on pancreatic diseases. The course aims to provide knowledge on an integrated approach of imaging in the diagnosis, management and treatment of pancreatic diseases. In expert lectures and interactive workshops, the attendees will learn about currently used and emerging imaging methods, the clinically relevant questions and how the answers impact the clinical decision-making.
This workshop takes place in collaboration with SIGE (Società Italiana di Gastroenterologia ed Endoscopia Digestiva).
The course format encourages interaction with teachers in an open welcoming atmosphere. Lectures will be followed by case-based interactive multidisciplinary discussions.
The target group consists of senior residents and junior specialists/consultants with particular interest in the diagnosis and management of patients with pancreatic diseases.
P. G. Arcidiacono/IT
F. Caseiro Alves/PT
R. De Robertis/IT
M. Del Chiaro/US
|08:50||Welcome and opening remarks||M. Zins (ESGAR), M. Löhr (EPC), D. Alvaro (SIGE)|
Anatomy and Imaging modalities
|09:00||Pancreas anatomy and normal variants|
M. Zins, Paris/FR
|09:15||US and CEUS: How to do it||R. De Robertis, Peschiera del Garda/IT|
|09:30||MDCT: How to do it||N. Kartalis, Stockholm/SE|
MRI: How to do it
|M.A. Bali, London/UK|
|10:00||PET-CT: How to do it||A. Chiti, Milan/IT|
|10:15||Questions and Answers|
|11:15||Clinically relevant questions for imaging||L. Frulloni, Verona/IT|
|11:30||Imaging aims and challenges||G. Zamboni, Verona/IT|
|12:00||The endoscopist's perspective||M. Arvanitaki, Brussels/BE|
|12:20||Case-based interactive multidisciplinary discussion|
|Chronic Pancreatitis and related diseases|
|14:00||Evidence based guidelines on the diagnosis and treatment of chronic pancreatitis||M. Löhr, Stockholm/SE |
|14:30||Imaging patterns||C. Matos, Lisbon/PT|
|15:00||The role of ERCP and EUS|
|15:30||Questions and Answers|
|16:15||Case-based interactive multidisciplinary discussion|
|Solid pancreatic tumours|
|09:00||Challenges in pancreatic adenocarcinoma surgery||M. Del Chiaro, Stockholm/SE|
|09:20||Challenges in pancreatic adenocarcinoma diagnosis & staging||F. Caseiro Alves, Coimbra/PT|
|09:40||Challenges in pancreatic adenocarcinoma staging after neoadjuvant chemoradiation therapy||M. Zins, Paris/FR|
|10:00||Differential diagnosis of solid pancreatic tumours||M. D’Onofrio, Verona/IT|
|10:20||Questions and answers|
|11:00||Which are the clinically relevant questions from the surgeon?||M. Falconi, Milan/IT |
|11:20||Imaging patterns and management implications||N. Kartalis, Stockholm/SE|
|11:50||Role of nuclear medicine and radiopharmaceuticals||A. Signore, Rome/IT|
|12:15||Case-based interactive multidisciplinary discussion|
|Cystic pancreatic tumours|
|14:00||Diagnostic accuracy of cross-sectional imaging for characterizing cystic pancreatic lesions||R. Manfredi, Rome/IT|
|14:20||The evolving role of EUS: can we improve characterization of cystic pancreatic lesions?||P. Arcidiacono, Milan/IT|
|14:40||The evolving role of pathology: can we improve patient stratification?||E. Pilozzi, Rome/IT|
|15:30||Are current management recommendations appropriate?||G. Capurso, Rome/IT|
|16:00||Case-based interactive multidisciplinary discussion|
|Radiologists, Physicians |
Radiologists in Training (Residents)
The number of participants per workshop is limited and registrations will be accepted on a first come first served basis. Together with the registration payment is necessary. Registrations as radiologist in training (Residents) must be accompanied by a confirmation of the head of the department confirming the status as Resident.
The registration deadline is 05.09.2019.
ESGAR offers the possibility of ensuring the registration with our partner “Europäische Reiseversicherung”. Thus, ESGAR will not refund any amount after a cancellation of registration itself. All requests have to be issued to the “Europäische Reiseversicherung” directly. Refunds will be given within the terms and conditions of the “Europäische Reiseversicherung”. All cancellations have to be made in writing (e-mail, fax or letter) to the Central ESGAR Office and confirmed.
By the course organiser: in case the minimum number of participants (less than 50 % of the expected number) has not been reached, ESGAR reserves the right to cancel a course at the latest 4 weeks prior its beginning. Registration fees will be refunded in full.
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Time zone: CET
Closest airport: Airport Roma Fiumcino