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International Day of Radiology (IDoR)

November 8th marks the day that Wilhelm Röntgen discovered the existence of X-rays in 1895. Since 2012, a joint initiative of ESR, RSNA and ACR celebrates this day as the INTERNATIONAL DAY OF RADIOLOGY. Let’s celebrate together!

This year, the IDoR theme is cardiac radiology.

 


MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION / RENEWAL

The European Society of Cardiovascular Radiology (ESCR) would like to cordially thank you for your support of the society in the past years. We are happy to inform you that the application/renewal system for 2018 is still open. To apply as a new member of ESCR/renew your membership, you are kindly asked to use the link below:


    ESCR MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION/RENEWAL   

For more information about membership benefits and fees, please click here.

We are looking forward to welcoming you again as a society member in the year 2018!

 


ESCR EDUCATIONAL WEBINAR
"The oncological heart"

Join us on Wednesday, October 17, 2018, at 17:00 CEST.

Details of the webinar
Speaker: Prof. Antonio Esposito, Milan/IT
Moderator: Prof. Tim Leiner, Utrecht/NL
Title: "The oncological heart"

Description
The heart is an underestimated site of distant metastasis of different solid tumours. The diffusion of very fast CT scanners, which provide flawless images of the heart also without cardiac synchronization, together with the increased use of hybrid imaging (PET/CT, PET/MR) in the staging and follow-up of different solid cancer, have improved our capability to detect cardiac metastasis. Primary cardiac tumours are rare and more frequently benign. Cardiac MR and CT imaging have a fundamental role in the differential diagnosis of cardiac masses and in the characterization of primary cardiac tumours. Particularly, the non-invasive differentiation of the benign or malignant nature and the accurate definition of the relationship of the mass with the different cardiac structures and tissues, represent fundamental information for the most appropriate management of the single patient. This lecture will explore the MR and CT role and capability in this setting.

For more information about the webinar, please visit: ESCR Webinars.

Registration is open and free for all active ESCR members.


    ESCR Educational Webinar 08 - Registration  


 

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