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E³ 1921 - Imaging of abdominal tumours
GI Tract Oncologic Imaging
Sunday, March 4, 14:00 - 15:30
Room: A

A-967
14:00
A. Liver tumours
T. Denecke; Berlin/DE
Learning Objectives

1. To become familiar with the differential diagnosis.
2. To identify the key imaging findings.

Abstract

Besides the top three malignant (HCC, CCC, metastases) and the top three benign liver tumours (haemangioma, FNH, adenoma), there is a large variety of rare entities and subtypes, which can be demanding regarding their imaging diagnostics. In this session, a number of cases will be presented to illustrate the typical and also some challenging findings of focal liver lesions, which the radiologist should know, always keeping in view the potentially severe consequences of the radiologist’s judgement for patient management.

A-968
14:45
B. Pancreatic tumours
C. Matos; Lisbon/PT
Learning Objectives

1. To become familiar with the differential diagnosis.
2. To identify the key imaging findings.

Abstract

Differential diagnosis and management decisions of pancreatic tumours are based on a mixture of clinical and laboratory information and imaging findings involving multiple modalities. The lecture will familiarize the delegates with the main challenges and future trends in the diagnosis of pancreas tumours, differential diagnosis with pancreas inflammation, and in identifying features that may help to select surgical candidates.

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