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MS 9 - Primary bone tumours

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on Mar 3rd
08:30 - 10:00
Friday, March 3, 08:30 - 10:00 Room: D Session Type: Multidisciplinary Session Topics: Oncologic Imaging, Musculoskeletal Add session to my schedule In your schedule (remove)

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Chairman's introduction

A. M. Davies; Birmingham/UK

Learning Objectives

1. To recognise the importance of a multidisciplinary approach to the diagnosis of bone tumours.
2. To appreciate the challenges faced by pathologists in making a diagnosis.
3. To appreciate the role of imaging from diagnosis to surgical planning.

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Fundamental imaging

S. L. J. James; Birmingham/UK

Learning Objectives

1. To appreciate the diverse radiographic appearances of bone tumours.
2. To understand the importance of reviewing all imaging when making a diagnosis.
3. To become familiar with local and distant imaging strategies for staging.

Abstract

In this session, the fundamental requirements for bone tumour imaging will be discussed. The importance of radiographs will be stressed along with the important radiographic features to describe within a report. Local, regional and distant staging will also be described including a review of the current literature regarding the optimal modalities to perform this.

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Why I need the radiologist: the pathologist's perspective

L. Kindblom; Billdal/SE

Learning Objectives

1. To provide a reasoned differential diagnosis based on imaging findings.
2. To communicate the precise anatomical location and origin of the tumour.
3. To correlate imaging features of malignancy with histological findings.

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The surgeon's perspective

L. Jeys; Birmingham/UK

Learning Objectives

1. To orchestrate the multidisciplinary discussion of management based on combined imaging and histological findings.
2. To appreciate the significance of local and distant extent on management.
3. To learn about the imaging requirements for robotic surgery.

Abstract

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Multidisciplinary case presentation and discussion

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