ECR 2023: European Congress of Radiology

ECR 2023: European Congress of Radiology

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Exhibit

Expo X3

Symposia

Satellite Symposium (Ultrasound)

Date: Wednesday, March 1

 

Time: 11:30-12:30

 

Location: Room N

 

Title: Ultrasound Liver Analysis: What’s New

 

Subtitle: From Early Detection and Diagnosis to Treatment

 

The prevalence of diffuse liver disease is increasing and is now a worldwide problem. In addition to alcohol abuse or chronic hepatitis, other causes are emerging such as metabolic syndrome leading to a higher prevalence of fatty liver or liver-related diseases. The wide variety of these causes and their impact on the liver require the combination of conventional ultrasound with new advanced diagnostic techniques to provide adequate staging of the patient. This symposium will review the use and diagnostic performance of these techniques such as elastography for the quantification of liver stiffness, fibrosis using Shear wave technology (SWE), the new tissue attenuation parameter (ATI) for the quantification of steatosis or the inflammatory dispersion of liver tissue (SWD).

 

5 min | Introduction - Prof. Valérie Vilgran, Paris, France (moderator)
20 min | Liver Shear Wave Elastography: SRU Consensus/Attenuation Imaging: Toward Standardization of Measurements - Dr. Giovanna Ferraioli, Pavia, Italy
20 min | Are We Ready for Global Ultrasound Analysis for Chronic Liver Diseases? - Dr. Marco Dioguardi Burgio, Paris, France
15 min | Summary and Perspective - Prof. Valérie Vilgran, Paris, France (moderator)

Satellite Lunch Symposium (CT/MRI/HIT)

Date: Friday, March 3

 

Time: 12:30-13:30

 

Location: Room M

 

Title: CT & MRI Screening and Follow-up: What’s New

 

Subtitle: Clinical Experience with New AI Technologies

 

5 min | Introduction - Prof. Stefan Markus Niehues, (moderator), Berlin, Germany
20 min | Harnessing the Power of Automation in CT to Serve Screening Purposes - Dr. Russell Bull, Bournemouth, UK
20 min | AI in prostate MRI: current applications and perspectives (MRI)- Dr. Pierre Leyendecker, Strasbourg, France
15 min | Summary and perspective - Prof. Stefan Markus Niehues, Berlin, Germany

 

 

 

Workshops

ECR 2023: European Congress of Radiology

Meant to inspire you, a wide range of specialized Workshops will be delivered by Key Opinion Leaders from all over Europe.

 

Stay Tuned: Registration is opening soon.
 

Wednesday, March 1

10.00 – 11.00Interventional Radiology
Latest Dose Reduction Tools in Interventional X-Ray (Room 0.16)
Mr. Jacques van Steijn, Zoetermeer, the Netherlands
14.30 – 15.30CT
Cerebral Brain Perfusion: Fundamentals for Radiographers (Room 0.16)
Mr. Cees Verlooij, Zoetermeer, the Netherlands
15.00 – 16.00Ultrasound
Quantitative Assessment of NASH Using Ultrasound: From Research to Routine Practice (Room 0.14)
Prof. Jean Michel Correas, Paris, France

 

Thursday, March 2

10.00 – 11.00Healthcare IT
Spectral Analysis of Gouty Arthritis: Practical Approach (Room 0.16)
Dr. Torsten Diekhoff, Berlin, Germany
10.30 – 11.30Ultrasound
Ultra-High-Resolution Ultrasound of the Fingers: Approaching the Limit before Microscopy (Room 0.14)
Prof. Carlo Martinoli, Genoa, Italy
11.30 – 12.30MRI
Advanced MR Imaging Of Inner Ear (Hydrops Protocol): How to Explore Cochleovestibular Disorders in 2023? (Room 0.16)
Dr. Guillaume Poillon, Paris, France
12.00 – 13.00Ultrasound
Ultrasound of Small Nerves of the Head and Neck - The Anatomy (Room 0.14)
Prof. Alexander Loizides, Innsbruck, Austria
13.00 – 14.00Healthcare IT
Improve Your PE Reading: Combining Advanced Visualization and AI (Room 0.16)
Prof. Stefan Markus Niehues, Berlin, Germany
13.30 – 14.30Ultrasound
Kidney Cysts - Bosniak Classification with CEUS (Room 0.14)
Dr. Markus Lerchbaumer, Berlin, Germany
14.30 – 15.30CT
Subtraction CT for Pulmonary Iodine Maps (Room 0.16)
Dr. Russell Bull, Bournemouth, UK
16.00 – 17.00CT
Super-Resolution Deep Learning Reconstruction (PIQE) for Cardiac CT (Room 0.16)
Prof. Mickaël Ohana, Strasbourg, France

 

Friday, March 3 

10.00 – 11.00MRI
Advanced MR Imaging of Inner Ear (Hydrops Protocol): How to Explore Cochleovestibular Disorders in 2023? (Room 0.16)
Dr. Guillaume Poillon, Paris, France
10.30 – 11.30Ultrasound
Nerves and Structures of the Pelvic Region & Lower Extremities (Room 0.14)
Prof. Hannes Gruber, Innsbruck, Austria
11.30 – 12.30Healthcare IT
Spectral Analysis of Gouty Arthritis: Practical Approach (Room 0.16)
Dr. Torsten Diekhoff, Berlin, Germany
12.00 – 13.00Ultrasound
Focal Liver Lesions with mpUS (Room 0.14)
Prof. Thomas Fischer, Berlin, Germany
14.30 – 15.30CT
Super-Resolution Deep Learning Reconstruction (PIQE) for Cardiac CT (Room 0.16)
Prof. Mickaël Ohana, Strasbourg, France
15.00 – 16.00Eye Care
Your Eyes are the Windows to Your Health (Room 0.14)
Prof. Patrick De Boever, Antwerp, Belgium

 

Saturday, March 4 

10.00 – 11.00MRI
Prostate in MRI: How to Use PIRADS 2.1 and What Is Next? (Room 0.16)
Dr. Pierre Leyendecker, Strasbourg, France
10.30 – 11.30Ultrasound
Ultrasound of Small Nerves of the Head and Neck - Live Demo (Room 0.14)
Prof. Alexander Loizides, Innsbruck, Austria
11.30 – 12.30CT
Advanced intelligent Clear-IQ Engine (AiCE) - AI Heralds a New Era in CT (Room 0.16)
Dr. Richard Hawkins, Crewe, UK
12:00 – 13:00Ultrasound
Ultrasound of Small and Special Nerve Anatomy and Topography in the Pelvic Region and Lower Extremities – Live Demo (Room 0.14)
Prof. Hannes Gruber, Innsbruck, Austria
13.00 – 14.00Healthcare IT
Improve Your PE Reading: Combining Advanced Visualization and AI (Room 0.16)
Prof. Stefan Markus Niehues, Berlin, Germany
14.30 – 15.30CT
Pediatric CT from radiographer perspective- Tips, tricks and optimization (Room 0.16)
Mr. Jonathan Green, Bristol, United Kingdom
16.00 – 17.00Interventional Radiology
Interventional x-ray High definition, a decisive tool for clinical decision (Room 0.16)
Mr. Andreas Patz, Zoetermeer, the Netherlands

 

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The Cycle of Life


The ECR 2023 poster takes its inspiration from the congress slogan, ‘The Cycle of Life’ and from the beautiful country of Ireland, which is home to ECR 2023 President, Dr. Adrian Brady.


The foundation of the poster is based on the tri-spiral (triskelion), or ‘Spiral of Life’, an ancient motif carved in the Irish neolithic passage tomb at Newgrange, built around 3200 BC, and represented at the apex of the poster. It has been ascribed many different meanings in different usages; one suggestion is that the spiral of life represents the cycle of life, death, and rebirth.


We see the various stages of life depicted on our own poster: a foetus represents the beginning of life, while the roses and the beautiful harp (another nod to Ireland) symbolise melodic growth and blossoming into adulthood. The sun at the 6 o’clock position represents the zenith of life, with a human couple standing together and reaching for the moon. The inclusion of the sun and moon also serve to represent another constant cycle in nature – that of night and day. The images of the heart and kidney represent vital organs necessary to sustain our life cycle, as well as indicating the importance of radiology in enabling us to observe anatomy and pathology throughout life. The later stage of life is represented by an image of disease, a tumour growing in the kidney. One life ends and another begins – the cycle goes on.

The clock on which all these elements are mounted is shown at 20.23 hrs, the year of our congress.


Finally, all of these elements are connected together through an intricate array of cogs and wheels, powered by one man on a bicycle, keeping all the elements turning by the strength and capacity of his body. This acts as a reminder that each person’s cycle of life is unique, sustained as much as possible by their own abilities and efforts.


European Congress of Radiology (ECR)

ECR in General

  • The ECR is an international meeting and one of the leading events in radiology.
  • The ECR is one of the largest medical meetings in Europe and the second-largest radiological meeting in the world.
  • ECR attendees span all areas of the radiology arena including: radiology professionals, radiographers, physicists, industry representatives, and press reporters for both the medical and consumer press.

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