The BIR Gynaecology imaging update: Part 2

13th September 2019  09:00 AM - 05:20 PM (GMT+01:00) Europe/London

CPD: 6 credits

Part 2 of this series will provide an update on both benign and oncological topics will be covered providing a comprehensive ‘A to Z’ of the major subjects encountered in everyday practice and will bring together a high calibre of speakers at the forefront of gynaecology imaging. This will be supplemented by talks from oncologists and surgeons providing cutting edge modern treatments.

Who should attend: Both district general and teaching hospital radiologists with an interest in gynaecology. Radiology trainees and radiographers regularly performing gynaecology MRI. Gynaecologists will also find this comprehensive imaging review helpful.

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Educational aims:

  • To be able to accurately stage the major gynaecology cancers
  • To understand the role of functional imaging in prognostication and assessment of disease response
  • To be able to characterise with confidence adnexal masses according to the latest ESUR guidelines
  • To illustrate the role of MRI in benign disease including infection, endometriosis, placental and uterine disorders

Registration Fees
BIR Member Plan 1 £185
BIR Member Plan 2 £125
BIR Trainee member £125
BIR Retired/Student member £65
Non member £295

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