This two-day neuroradiology course, to be held in St. Savvas Anticancer Hospital in Athens, 10th and 11th of October 2014 led by experienced clinical neuroradiologists and MRI physicists, embraces the role of MRI in neuro-oncology. The material will be exclusively centered on advanced MR application techniques and the teaching sessions will be accompanied by interactive discussions with case material. Short lectures will introduce you to the main advanced MR applications (MR spectroscopy, MR perfusion imaging, Diffusion Tensor Imaging, and functional MRI) for diagnostic purposes in neuro-oncology and lay the groundwork for clinically orientated lectures devoted to review the indications for advanced MRI and clarify the interpretation of the findings. Attendees can participate in hands-on sessions including acquisition and post-processing techniques in order to get familiar with the techniques or to remedy perceived weaknesses.

Benefits of attending

  • Revise the fundamental principles and appraise the importance of advanced MR techniques in neuro-oncology
  • Identify indications for application of advanced MR techniques in neuro-oncology
  • Interpret imaging findings and discuss clinical cases
  • Practice and improve your skills in acquiring and post-processing data sets of advanced MR applications

Who should attend

  • Radiologists and neuroradiologists
  • Neurologists with focus on neuro-oncology
  • Neurosurgeons with focus on imaging-guided tumor resection
  • MR technologists
  • MR application specialists
  • MR physicists
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Temos: Neuroradiologija