18:09 CET
RC 115 - Visceral arteries
Vascular Imaging Methods Interventional Radiology
Wednesday, February 27, 08:30 - 10:00
Type of session: Refresher Course
Topic: Vascular, Imaging Methods, Interventional Radiology
Moderator: J. A. Reekers (Amsterdam/NL)

08:30
Chairperson's introduction
J. A. Reekers; Amsterdam/NL
Learning Objectives

1. To learn about incidence and aetiology of visceral arteries diseases.
2. To become familiar with clinical symptoms and evaluation in visceral arteries diseases.
3. To indicate the role of radiology in diagnosis and treatment of the visceral arteries.

08:35
A. Diagnosis of vascular compression syndromes
B. E. Cil; Istanbul/TR
Learning Objectives

1. To become familiar with abdominal arterial and venous compression syndromes.
2. To learn about functional imaging techniques in assessment of vascular compression syndromes.
3. To become familiar with the typical imaging findings in abdominal compression syndromes and their clinical relevance.

08:58
B. Acute and chronic mesenteric ischaemia
M. Zins; Paris/FR
Learning Objectives

1. To become familiar with occlusive and non-occlusive, mesenteric ischaemia.
2. To understand the differences between acute and chronic ischaemia.
3. To learn about the importance of fast and correct diagnosis in acute mesenteric ischaemia.

09:21
C. Endovascular treatment of mesenteric ischaemia
R. Morgan;
Learning Objectives

1. To review indications for endovascular treatment of mesenteric ischaemia.
2. To become familiar with the technical possibilities of endovascular repair of visceral arteries.
3. To learn about risks and complications of endovascular treatment of mesenteric ischaemia.

09:44
Panel discussion: Radiologists as the best case managers in acute and chronic mesenteric ischaemia
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