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- What information does CEM provide?
- In which clinical scenario does CEM make sense?
- What are the problems of CEM?
Preparation and image acquisition
- What to consider before and during CEM?
- How to integrate CEM into your breast unit?
- Tips and tricks in practical implementation
Case discussion 1
- Typical findings
- Typical limitations
Coffee break 1
- Learn semantic BI-RADS criteria.
- Assess contrast enhancement.
- Are there decision rules?
Case discussion 2
- Apply structured reporting according to BI-RADS
- Distinguish typical benign from malignant lesions
- Understand the potential timing of image acquisition
Case discussion 3
- Integrate low energy and high energy image information
- See variations of malignant breast disease
- Recognize variations of benign breast disease
- Understand background parenchymal enhancement
Specific clinical scenarios
- Learn the potential value of CEM in specific clinical scenarios
- Understand the underlying evidence for CEM
- Management of CEM findings
Coffee break 2
Case discussion 4
- Value of CEM in specific clinical indications
- Typical findings in specific clinical indications
- Multimodal case interpretation in the clinical context
End of the event
K. Coffey, M.S. Jochelson, Contrast-enhanced mammography in breast cancer screening, European Journal of Radiology. 156 (2022) 110513. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejrad.2022.110513
C.H. Lee, J. Phillips, J.S. Sung, J.M. Lewin, M.S. Newell, CONTRAST ENHANCED MAMMOGRAPHY (CEM) (A supplement to ACR BI-RADS® Mammography 2013), (2022). https://www.acr.org/-/media/ACR/Files/RADS/BI-RADS/BIRADS_CEM_2022.pdf
M.S. Jochelson, M.B.I. Lobbes, Contrast-enhanced Mammography: State of the Art, Radiology. 299 (2021) 36–48.
Venue: Online (Zoom)
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