Broadening the MRI Spectrum
October 7 – 9
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Clinical Optimisation in MRI:
Contrast Agents Refresher Course
October 6, 2021, online
16:00 – 18:45
This course is offered on occasion of the ESMRMB 2021 online congress and requires a registration.
If you would like to register, please use the online registration form provided by Conventus Congressmanagement.
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Link to Online Course
After registration you will receive a link to sign-up in order to create your personal join link.
All with an interest in clinical MR contrast agents and examination optimisation including MRI radiographers / MRI technologists, radiologists, medical physicist, researchers.
The aim of the Clinical Optimisation in MRI: Contrast Agents Refresher Course is to provide participants with an overview and update on the essential considerations and strategies related to the safe and effective use of contrast agents to optimise clinical MRI examinations.
- To gain or advance your knowledge of issues associated with the use of MR contrast agents.
- To learn about current best practice in the contexts of MR contrast agent use.
- To explore expert tips and tricks on contrast agent use.
- To discuss the impact of appropriate, evidence0based, contrast agent use on diagnosis and clinical findings.
Moderator: Jonathan McNulty (ESMRMB and University College Dublin/IE)
Introduction to the course
Administering gadolinium-based contrast agents: updates on what you need to know
Assistant Professor Andrea Cradock (School of Medicine, University College Dublin/IE)
Adverse events linked to MR contrast agents: rates and management
Associate Professor Jennifer McDonald (Department of Radiology, Mayo Clinic, Rochester/USA)
Questions and Answers
A guide to using liver-specific and superparamagnetic contrast agents
Associate Professor Dania Cioni (Department of Surgical, Medical, Molecular Pathology and Emergency Medicine, University of Pisa/IT)
Contrast agents in MSK MRI: when essential and doing it right
Let’s talk about Gadolinium-based contrast agents: where do we stand on safety?
Assistant Professor Carlo Quattrocchi (Departmental Faculty of Medicine and Surgery, Università Campus Bio-Medico di Roma/IT)
Questions and Answers
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