Mammography 2023 Winter Edition: Symposium


20 December 2023, 19:15-20:45 CET
Online Symposium

Key note speaker:
László Tabár

Pascal Baltzer and Matthias Dietzel

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Dear colleagues,
Dear friends,

With over 1400 registrations from 75 countries, the previous editions of our mammography symposia have been a huge success.

We are happy and honored to announce that our friend László Tabar will join us again as a key note speaker for our upcoming Mammography symposium. At December 20th our topic will be “multifocal and diffuse breast cancers”.

László Tabar certainly does not any introduction here. He stands as one of the authorities in our field. Arguably no other breast imager has influenced our daily work more than Doctor Tabar.

At the School of Radiology we are committed to deliver cutting edge teaching to anybody. So – of course – this symposium will again be free of charge.

So, get your ticket soon and check out the recording of the previous editions of our series!

See you soon at the School of Radiology!

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)



To understand classical imaging phenotypes of multifocal and diffuse breast cancers

To demonstrate the superior value of imaging biomarkers as prognostic biomarkers of breast cancer

To outline that breast cancer deaths are more likely to occur in the minority of breast cancers, namely the multifocal and diffuse breast malignancies

To review and to discuss challenging cases

Note: Cases will include multifocal acinar adenocarcinoma of the breast, diffusely infiltrating breast cancers originating in the major lactiferous duct and in the mesenchymal hybrid cells.

Target audiences


Professionals involved in breast cancer care



Breast imaginers

What our par­tic­i­pants say





Multifocal and diffuse breast cancers – the most difficult in breast imaging


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)

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