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Rostock Summer School

2nd ESSR Rostock Summer School on Musculoskeletal Cross Sectional Imaging from July 5th to 6th, 2019

Programme – Focus in 2019: “The knee and emergency radiology”

Day 1 (July 5th ):

08:00 Registration

09:00 Short introduction (Weber-MA, Rostock / Germany)

09:05 Welcome address (Reisinger-E, Rostock / Germany)

Session 1 – The Knee – I

09:15 MRI of the knee with focus on cartilage (Weber-MA, Rostock / Germany)

09:45 Menisceal tears (Alcala-Galiano-A, Madrid / Spain)

10:15 Acute and chronic ACL tear - primary and secondary signs (Vasilevska Nikodinovska-V, Skopje / Macedonia)

10:45-11:15                       Coffee break

Session 2 – The Knee – II

11:15 Osteoarthritis after untreated ACL tear and postoperative evaluation of ACL graft (Vasilevska Nikodinovska-V, Skopje / Macedonia)

11:45 Posterolateral and posteromedial corner, what you should report to the surgeon? (Regier-M, Munich / Germany)

12:15 Assessment of Loosening and Rotational Malalignment Following Knee Endoprosthesis or Other Surgical Components (Thierfelder-KM, Rostock / Germany)

12:45-14:00                       Lunch break and buffet

Session 3 – The Knee – III

14:00 Rupture of the Posterior Cruciate Ligament: Preoperative and Postoperative Assessment (Alcala-Galiano-A, Madrid / Spain)

14:30 MRI findings of lesions involving cartilage and bone in the paediatric knee (Bazzocchi-A, Bologna / ltaly)

15:00 MR and CT arthrography of the knee – when to do it? (Klaan-B, Rostock / Germany)

15:30-16:00                       Coffee break

Session 4 – Arthritis

16:00 Arthritis-related fracture risk (Mester-A, Budapest / Hungary)

16:30 Imaging spondyloarthritis: Tips and tricks (Jurik-A, Aarhus / Denmark)

17:00 Imaging sacroiliitis: Update 2019 (Sudol-Szopinska-I, Warsaw / Poland)

17:30                       End of lectures at day 1 

17:40                       Guided tour of the treasure chamber and University church

  

Day 2 (July 6th ):

09:00 Short Introduction and Welcome address (Weber-MA, Rostock / Germany)

Session 5 – Emergency – I

09:05 Hand and wrist trauma (Kainberger-F, Vienna / Austria)

09:35 MR of vertebral fractures, how to discern benign from malignant (Baur-Melnyk-A, Munich / Germany)

10:05 Polytrauma imaging (Wirth-S, Deggendorf / Germany)

10:35-11:00            Coffee break

Session 6 – Emergency – II

11:00 Thoracic cage trauma (Kauczor-HU, Heidelberg / Germany)

11:30 Acute injuries to the quadriceps femoris muscle - a common sports trauma (Pedersen-R, Oslo / Norway)

12:00 Emergency room imaging – the ESR/ESER concept (Wirth-S, Deggendorf / Germany)

12:30-13:30                Lunch break and buffet

Session 7 – Miscellaneous, Image interpretation pearls and pitfalls

13:30 Calcified soft tissue tumors - imaging spectrum (Baur-Melnyk-A, Munich / Germany)

14:00 Bone marrow edema in arthritis: What have we learned and why do they matter? (Roemer-F, Erlangen / Germany, Boston / USA)

14:30 Imaging of insufficiency fractures (Thierfelder-KM, Rostock / Germany)

15:00 Everyday MSK diagnoses that are easy to miss on MRI studies (Pedersen-R, Oslo / Norway)

15:30 Closing remarks (Weber-MA, Rostock / Germany)

15:35  End of lecture programme

 

 

After the session 4, four posters with 12 quiz cases will be on display during the breaks.

 

Venue:

The symposium will take place at the old auditorium ("Alte Aula") in the main building of the University of Rostock, which is situated at the Universitätsplatz in the city center. Catering will be provided next to the lecture room.

Address:
Universitätsplatz 1
D-18055 Rostock/Germany

  

Registration and further information:

Mrs. Diana Röhner
Management assistant of the Institute of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology,
Pediatric Radiology and Neuroradiology
University Medicine Rostock
Ernst-Heydemann-Str. 6
D-18057 Rostock/Germany
Phone: +49 (0)381 494-9203
E-mail: diana.roehner@med.uni-rostock.de

 

Course Director:

Prof. Dr. Marc-André Weber, MSc
Chairman
Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology. Pediatric Radiology and Neuroradiology
University Medicine Rostock