The BIR Gynaecology imaging update

25th January 2019  09:00 AM - 05:30 PM (GMT+00:00) GMT

This event will help bring radiologists up to date with modern imaging techniques in gynae cancer imaging. In particular the topics will move beyond simple staging and will deal more with functional imaging techniques and how they can provide prognostic information and allow assessment of disease response.

Who should attend: Both DGH radiologists who report gynae as a subspecialist interest and teaching hospital radiologists as well as trainees. Radiographers performing Gynae MRI will also find this helpful.

Educational aims:

  • To learn how to review and report CT and MRI in ovarian cancer staging
  • To excplore the role of FDG PET CT in common gynaecological cancers
  • To understand the characterisation of adnexal masses using the ESUR Guideline update
  • To learn about MRI imaging in endometriosis using ESUR Guideline update
  • To gain knowledge on MRI imaging placental disorders

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Registration Fees
BIR Member Plan 1 £165
BIR Member Plan 2 £125
BIR Trainee member £75
BIR Retired/Student member £65
Non member £275

The BIR Gynaecology imaging update: Part 2
This one-day course is a follow-up event to Part 1 and will take place on 13 September 2019 in London. Please note if you attend Part 1, you are eligible for a 15% discount for Part 2 in September. Register for Part 2 here





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