April 4 - 5, 2019
ADEIT Congress Centre
Plaza Virgen de la Paz 3
The workshop will be held in English.
Prof. Luis Martì-Bonmatì
La Fe University and Polytechnic Hospital
Avda Fernando Abril Martorell 106
Regina Beets-Tan (ESGAR)
Jean Luc Van Laethem (ESDO)
The European Society of Abdominal and Gastrointestinal Radiology (ESGAR) and the European Society of Digestive Oncology (ESDO) are organising together a multidisciplinary course on hepatobiliary, pancreatic and gastrointestinal tract neoplasms.
The course aims to provide knowledge on an integrated approach of imaging in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer. In expert lectures and interactive workshops held by a renowned European multidisciplinary faculty, the attendees learn about new imaging methods, the clinically relevant questions and how the answers impact treatment decision making in hepatic, pancreatic and gastrointestinal cancer.
The target group consists of senior residents and specialist involved in the diagnosis and management of patients with hepatic, pancreatic and GI tract neoplasms (such as radiologists, nuclear medicine specialists, surgeons, oncologists, gastroenterologists and radiotherapists), who are interested to learn and improve their knowledge on an optimal approach to multidisciplinary treatment management exploiting the use of imaging.
Hepatocellular carcinoma and cholangiocarcinoma
|09:00||Pretreatment assessment of hepatocellular carcinoma|
|09:25||Surgical treatment of HCC|
|09:50||TACE, TARE or systemic therapy?|
|10:15||Treatment effect evaluation|
Imaging diagnosis and staging of cholangiocarcinoma
|11:10||Imaging diagnosis and staging of cholangiocarcinoma|
Cholangiocarcinoma: a surgical perspective
|12:00||Cholangiocarcinoma: oncological approaches|
|12:25||Treatment effect evaluation and follow-up|
Multidisciplinary Workshops (2 x 70 min)
|13:50||Hepatocellular carcinoma workshop: clinical case based discussions|
|15:05||Cholangiocarcinoma workshop: clinical case based discussions|
|16:20||Diagnosis and staging of pancreatic adenocarcinoma|
|16:45||Surgical treatment and problems|
|17:35||Treatment effect evaluation and follow-up|
|Multidisciplinary Workshop |
|08:30||Pancreatic tumours: clinical case based discussions|
GI Tract Cancer
|10:30||Imaging diagnosis and staging of cholangiocarcinoma|
|10:55||Rectal cancer organ saving treatment – a paradigm shift|
|11:20||Organ saving treatment – the role of MR imaging|
|Rectal cancer workshop: clinical case based discussions|
Valencia is the third biggest city in Spain, inhabits 790.000 people and is seen as the cultural centre of the country. The main sights of the city are its churches, mainly the cathedral de Santa Maria de Valencia, the “Lonja de la Seda” also known as Silk Exchange which is an UNESCO landmark and considered to be one of the most significant secular Gothic buildings in Europe and the City of Arts and Sciences (Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias). “Las Fallas” are Spain’s most spectacular fire festivals is held at the end of February every year which is definitely worth a visit.
Time Zone: CET
Currency: Euro (EUR)
Closest airport: Aeropuerto de Valencia