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Small bowel MRI - When, how and why 30 Apr 2018

Small bowel MRI: When, how and why?
Professor Stuart Taylor
This talk summarises the state of the art MRI protocols. A particular emphasis is placed on the utility of emerging sequences, notably diffusion weighted imaging and motility assessment. The role of MRI is reviewed, with a particular emphasis on the role activity assessment and in therapeutic monitoring.

Educational aims:
• To learn about MRI protocols
• To understand the role of diffusion weighted imaging and motility quantification
• To appreciate the role of MRI in disease activity assessment and treatment follow up

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Duration:30 mins

Speaker info

Stuart Taylor

Stuart Taylor is Professor of medical Imaging at University College London. He chaired the European Congress of Radiology GI committee in 2012 and was the 2009 RCR Roentgen Professor. He delivered the 2012 BIR Sir Godfrey Hounsfield lecture on the development of CT colonography. His research interests include the use of MRI in cancer staging, and the imaging of Crohn’s disease and he holds significant grant income in both these areas. He is a trustee of the British Institute of Radiology and deputy editor of the BJR. He chairs the pelvic section of the current ESGAR/ECCO committee developing imaging guidelines in inflammatory bowel disease