Mammography 2023 Spring Edition: Symposium


26 April 2023, Online Symposium

Special guests:
László Tabar, MD, FACR.(Hon)
Peter Dean, MD

Pascal Baltzer and Matthias Dietzel

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Dear colleagues,

With more than 450 registrants from 50+ countries around the globe our previous “Mammography Symposium” with László Tabar was a huge successover.

Many of you have since expressed your wish for a follow-up symposium to us.

We are very pleased that our friends László Tabar and Peter Dean agreed to participate again as key note speakers in the upcoming version of our “Mammography Symposium” series.

Attendance is again free of charge.

You will find all necessary information and background on this page.

See you soon! 

Pascal Baltzer and Matthias Dietzel



Compact, interactive online symposium

Wednesday evenings, 90 minutes, 2 CME points (applied)

Engaging and motivating learning atmosphere

Lectures: Comprehensive overview by top experts

Interactive discussion sessions: We answer your questions directly (chat, audio, video)


Miscellaneous calcifications on the mammogram

  • Most calcifications on the mammogram are caused by benign processes
  • Determining the site of origin (outside the TDLUs and lactiferous ducts) is the first step toward the diagnosis
  • Understanding the underlying pathophysiology is needed to arrive at the correct differential diagnosis
  • The majority of miscellaneous calcifications are so characteristic that they do not need to be biopsied
  • The wide variety of miscellaneous calcifications shown in the lecture will raise the attendees’ competence in recognizing and dealing with these nuisances.

Target audiences


Professionals involved in breast cancer care



Breast imaginers





Miscellaneous calcifications on the mammogram


Key note lecture

Interactive discussion


Interactive discussion

Auditorium, Baltzer, Dean, Dietzel, Tabar


End of the event


László Tabár, Peter B. Dean et al. (2022) László Tabár “A new approach to breast cancer
terminology (…)” European Journal of Radiology,

Matthias Dietzel, … Francesco Sardanelli and Pascal A. T. Baltzer (2022) “The potential of predictive and prognostic breast MRI” European Radiology Experimental

Venue: Online (Zoom)

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CME Accreditation


CME points (category A, applied for at the BLÄK)

Quality assurance


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