• Dear friends and colleagues,

    In light of the ongoing, worldwide effects of COVID-19, holding an onsite course in October 2020 is no longer possible. The local organizing committee in agreement with the ESPR Board has decided to do it virtually.

    Dates for a rescheduled course are June 21-23, 2021.

    The topic will be Paediatric Musculoskeletal Imaging. The 2021 ECPR will be included in the 3-year European Paediatric Radiology Educational Curriculum. An European Diploma in Paediatric Radiology can be obtained after a final assessment at the ESPR annual meeting.

    Shortly we will send you all information about new program.

    We look forward to seeing you in the 2021. Until then, stay safe and healthy!

About

Welcome note

- June 2021, Virtual

Dear friends and colleagues,

In light of the ongoing, worldwide effects of COVID-19, holding an onsite course in October 2021 is no longer possible. The local organizing committee in agreement with the ESPR Board has decided to do it virtually.

Dates for the virtual course are June 21-23, 2021.

The topic will be Paediatric Musculoskeletal Imaging. The 2021 ECPR will be included in the 3-year European Paediatric Radiology Educational Curriculum. An European Diploma in Paediatric Radiology can be obtained after a final assessment at the ESPR annual meeting.

See you virtually in June!





Information

New Dates: June 21 to 23, 2021
Official language: The official language of the course is English
Audience: Radiologists, imaging specialists, radiographers, pediatricians and all specialists interested in imaging


CME credits

The European Course Paediatric Radiology, Barcelona (ONLINE), Spain, 21/06/2021-23/06/2021 has been accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME®) with 18 European CME credits (ECMEC®s). Each medical specialist should claim only those hours of credit that he/she actually spent in the educational activity. “Through an agreement between the Union Européenne des Médecins Spécialistes and the American Medical Association, physicians may convert EACCME® credits to an equivalent number of AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Information on the process to convert EACCME® credit to AMA credit can be found at www.ama-assn.org/education/earn-credit-participation-international-activities. Live educational activities, occurring outside of Canada, recognised by the UEMS-EACCME® for ECMEC®s are deemed to be Accredited Group Learning Activities (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.

Organizers



Organizers

Local Organizers

Ignasi Barber Emilio Inarejos


Scientific Committee


Ignasi Barber MD PhD
Clinical Chief
Paediatric Radiology Department
Sant Joan de Déu Barcelona Children's Hospital


Emilio Inarejos MD
Paediatric Radiology Department
Sant Joan de Déu Barcelona Children's Hospital


María Navallas Irujo MD
Paediatric Radiology Department
Hospital 12 de Octubre, Madrid


Lluis Riera Soler MD
Paediatric Radiology Department
Vall d'hebron Hospital, Barcelona

Organized by

ECPR2019

European Society of Paediatric Radiology ESPR
www.espr.org

ECPR2019

Speakers

Karl Johnson (UK)

Radiology Department, Birmingham Children's Hospital, Steelhouse Lane, Birmingham, B4 6NH, UK

JCarmen Gallego (SP)

Claudio Martinoli (IT)

Department of Radiology, DISSAL, Università di Genova, Genova, Italy

E. Inarejos (SP)

Hospital Sant Joan de Déu, Barcelona, Spain

I. Barber (SP)

Hospital Sant Joan de Déu, Barcelona, Spain

I. Roca (SP)

J. Munuera

Hospital Sant Joan de Déu, Barcelona, Spain

Jaramillo (US)

Katherine Adamsbaum (FR)

L. Riera (SP)

M. Raissaki (GR)

Maura Valle (IT)

Radiologia, IRCCS Gaslini Children Hospital, Genoa, Italy

Navallas (SP)

Navarro (CA)

Nievelstein (NL)

Offiah (UK)

Ording Muller (NO)

Pablo Caro (SP)

Riera (SP)

Hospital Sant Joan de Déu, Barcelona, Spain

Karen Rosendhal

Yolanda Ruiz (SP)

Aranu Valls

Marta Ayats





Clinical cases


Short questions about clinical cases




Schedule

PROGRAM

MONDAY 21 JUNE 2021

Welcome to the ECPR 2021

E.Inarejos (SP)/ I.Barber (SP)/ M.Raissaki (GR)

IMAGING TECHNIQUES

| 1. Ultrasound of the MSK system - technique & indications
C. Martinoli (IT)
Level I & II
Learning objectives
Identify how & when to perform MSK ultrasound, including elastography and contrast-enhanced US

| 2. CT & MRI of the MSK system - indications & protocols
Joan Carles Vilanova (SP)
Level I & II
Learning objectives
Identify how & when to perform CT and MRI of the MSK system, including technique and protocols

| 3. Nuclear Medicine of the MSK system - indications & protocols
I. Roca (SP)
Level III
Learning objectives
Identify how & when to perform nucleair examinations of the MSK system, including technique and protocols

| 4. Interventional radiology of the MSK system
C. Gallego (SP)
Level III
Learning objectives
Identify interventional procedures of the MSK system, such as drainages, biopsies, intra-articular injections and embolisations

| Q&A
I. Barber (SP)

Break

GENERAL

| 5. Normal bone development (including bone age assessment)
K. Rosendahl (NO)
Level I

| 6. Common normal variants and do not touch lesions
I. Barber (SP)
Level I

| 7. Imaging scholiosis and non-traumatic spine abnormalities
J.L. Vazquez Castelo (SP)
Level I & II
Learning objectives
Imaging strategies, scoliosis, osteochondrosis, Scheuermann, spondylolysis/listhesis, …

| 8. Imaging the paediatric knee
Jennifer Stimec (CA)
Level I & II

| Q&A
E. Inarejos (SP)

Break

TRAUMA

| 9. Skeletal trauma - extremities
JA. Prat (SP)
Level I
Learning objectives
Nomenclature, common pediatric fractures, common mimickers, healing process/remoddeling, when to think of non-accidental injury?

| 10. Skeletal trauma - spinal column
P. Caro (SP)
Level I & II
Learning objectives
Identify imaging strategies, protocols and imaging features of spinal column trauma in children, including cervical trauma

| 11. Sports injuries of the upper extremities
R. Sanchez (USA)
Level II
Learning objectives
Identify most common pediatric traumatic lesions of the upper limb related to sports, including imaging strategies and protocols

| 12. Sports injuries of the lower extremities
Miguel Rasero (SP)
Level II
Learning objectives
Identify most common pediatric traumatic lesions of the lower limb related to sports, including imaging strategies and protocols

| Q&A
L. Riera (SP)

| 13. Interactive cases
Barber / Riera (SP)
Level II
Learning objectives
Identify most common pediatric traumatic lesions of the lower limb related to sports, including imaging strategies and protocols

TUESDAY 22 JUNE 2021

| 14. Skeletal trauma - child abuse
M. Raissaki (GR)
Level II
Learning objectives
Imaging strategies and protocols, imaging characteristics, legal issues

| 15. Skeletal dysplasias
A. Offiah (UK)
Level I
Learning objectives
to understand what imaging to perform, to develop a structured approach, to review radiological findings of common dysplasias

| 16. Metabolic bone disease
A. Offiah (UK)
Level I
Learning objectives
Identify imaging features of metabolic diseases in children, such as rickets, osteomalacia, including imaging strategies and protocols

| 17. Child Abuse: Real and Imagined Differential Diagnosis
I. Barber (SP)
Level II & III
| Q&A
I. Barber (SP)

Break

CONGENITAL / SYSTEMIC DISEASES

| 18. Hip Dysplasia
K. Rosendahl (NO)
Level II & III
Learning objectives


| 19. Congenital limb malformations
K. Adamsbaum (FR)
Level II & III
Learning objectives
Image protocol, How to evaluate, Pathogenesis, PFFD, fibular agenesis, pre-/post-axial congenital malformations, coalition

| 20. The limping child
R. Sanchez (USA)
Level II & III
Learning objectives
Imaging techniques, X-ray, US, MRI (transient synovitis, perthes, slipped capitalepiphysis, hip impingement)

| Q&A
M. Navallas (SP)

Break

BONE MARROW IMAGING

| 21. Bone marrow imaging - techniques & normal development
LS. Ording Muller (NO)
Level II
Learning objectives
Identify technique and imaging features of normal bone marrow, physiologic bone marrow conversion, and pathologic bone marrow imaging (including bone infarction)

| 22. Imaging of growth disorders
Diego Jaramillo (US)
Level II

| 23. Malignant bone marrow diseases
RJ. Nievelstein (NL)
Level II
Learning objectives
Idenitify imaging strategies, protocols and features of malignant bone marrow abnormalities including leukaemia, lymphoma, metastatic disease, LCH,…

| Q&A
M. Navallas (SP)
Level II

| 24. 3D in the MSK system
I Barber, M Ayats (SP)

| 25. 3D workshop
J. Munuera (SP), A. Valls (SP), M. Ayats (SP)

WEDNESDAY 23 JUNE 2021

INFECTION / INFLAMMATION

| 26. MSK Infection
D. Sanchez (SP)
Level II
Learning objectives
Identify imaging features of (different types of) paediatric septic arthritis and osteomyelitis, including imaging strategies and protocols

| 27. Myo-inflammatory disorders
M. Navallas (SP)
Level II
Learning objectives
Identify imaging features of paediatric myo-inflammatory disorders, such as myositis/dermatomyositis, including differential diagnosis and imaging strategies and protocols

| 28. Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis - Large joints
L. Tanturri de Horatio (IT)
Level II
Learning objectives
Identify imaging features of JIA with the focus on large joints, including imaging strategies and protocols

| 29. Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis - TMJ
M. Navallas (SP)
Level II
Learning objectives
The learning objectives of this talk are:
  1. To Discuss what JIA is and understand the importance of the TMJ in this entity
  2. To Describe the MRI technique to evaluate the TMJ in patients with JIA
  3. To Identify the MRI features of TMJ arthritis in patients with JIA


| Q&A
L. Riera

Break

TUMORS

| 31. Soft tissue tumours - non-vascular
E. Inarejos (SP)
Level II & III
Learning objectives
Identify imaging features of paediatric soft tissue tumours (non-vascular) and mimickers, including imaging strategies and protocols

| 30. Bone tumors Imaging in children
I. Barber / L. Riera (SP)
Level II & III
Learning objectives
Identify imaging features of paediatric benign bone tumours and mimickers, including imaging strategies and protocols

| 32. Bone tumors Imaging in children
I. Barber / L. Riera (SP)
Level II & III
Learning objectives
Identify imaging features of paediatric malignant bone tumours and mimickers, including imaging strategies and protocols
| 33. Vascular malformations - diagnosis and therapy
Barnacle / Gómez (SP)
Level II & III
Learning objectives
Identify imaging features of common vascular malformations in children, including imaging strategies, protocols and interventional procedures of pediatric vascular malformations


| Q&A


Break

Exam




REGISTRATION



REGISTRATION



REGISTRATION FEES

  • EARLY REGISTRATION 310€

  • LATE REGISTRATION 410€

  • (VAT included)


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