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Thu 09 Nov 2023 Fri 10 Nov 2023 Online
This new Masterclass in Head & Neck Imaging will be delivered online, over two half-days, as a workstation-based teaching course, highlighting the range of tumoural lesions occurring in this complex body region.
- To discuss the patterns of spread of primary head and neck tumours on imaging studies
- To illustrate some diseases potentially mimicking the appearance of a primary head and neck neoplasm
- To discuss the value of post- treatment imaging in distinguishing expected findings, treatment complications and tumour recurrence
- To discuss the imaging findings in salivary and thyroid gland disease
The ICIS Interactive series is designed as an advanced cancer imaging course for Radiologists, who would like to gain deeper understanding into the imaging of specific cancer areas. The courses in this series have been rated excellent by many participants.
The course is limited to 24 participants per class.
Each session will commence with a lecture followed by a stimulating, interactive and often lively mentored case review of 8 to 10 cases on the workstation. By the end of the course, each participant will have reviewed 35 to 40 cases, each chosen with specific learning points. A comprehensive workbook is provided to guide the participants through the cases.
This new Masterclass in Head & Neck Imaging is a workstation based teaching course that will be delivered online over two half-days and provide an overview of the different tumoural lesions occurring in this complex body region. The relative value of different available imaging modalities will be addressed, with examples of atypical appearing lesions demonstrated alongside more typical imaging patterns seen in different subsites.
Attention will be paid to pertinent findings that may change patient management, and the role of imaging in patient surveillance after treatment of head and neck cancer will be reviewed. Our expert faculty have extensive clinical knowledge and experience, and delegates will benefit from mentored case-based learning enhanced by direct access to individually review between 35-40 brand new cases, each chosen to illustrate specific learning points. The detailed workbook summarising all the cases, delivered directly to you for use during the course, will provide a valuable resouce of information relating to imaging in this complex body region.
Participants must have access to two screens for the duration of the course. As this is an interactive course, limited to 24 participants, we ask that you join using a device with a camera to achieve the optimum experience. Please refer to the joining instructions for full details of screen requirements.
Please note that spaces are limited to 24 participants and will be sold on a first come first served basis. Book early to avoid disappointment!
Online: Click (here) to register
Please complete all registration details. Full payment must be received by 8 November 2023. Registration will not be confirmed until full payment has been received.
Reservations are subject to availability and will be confirmed within one week from receipt of completed booking form and full payment.
Please note that your name, email address and country of residence will be shared with Collective Minds [cmrad.com] to facilitate access to the online platform for reviewing cases. You will be at liberty to unsubscribe from the CMRAD platform on completion of the course should you wish to.
Refunds (minus an administration charge of £70) will only be made if written notification is received by 8 November 2023. Thereafter no refunds will be made.
Please direct any questions to Louise Mustoe at [email protected]
Please read our Booking Terms and Conditions: https://www.icimagingsociety.org.uk/index.cfm?task=booking_terms
Prof. Robert Hermans - Dept of Radiology, University Hospitals Leuven, Belgium
Prof. Ann King - Chinese University of Hong Kong & Prince of Wales Hospital, Hong Kong
Prof. Davide Farina - Dept of Radiological Sciences, University of Brescia, Italy
Dr. Steve Connor - King’s College Hospital and Guy’s & St Thomas’ Hospital, London, UK
Dr. Kunwar Bhatia - Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London, UK
Attendees will receive a certificate showing 7 CPD credits awarded according to the CPD scheme of the Royal College of Radiologists.