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Summer School 2023: Video Edition

Original price was: 299,00 €.Current price is: 239,20 €.

Summer School 2023: Breast Imaging
including exclusive bonus material
with Dr. László Tabár

A unique learning experience video course

Description

Trailer

Want to learn more about our Summer School?

• Watch here the full trailer of László Tabár! Here you will:
• Learn the concept of the course
• Understand the objectives of each session
• Grasp the passion of Doctor Tabar´s which drives his unparalleled breast imaging teaching.

Please also have a look on the flyer for this years Summer School 2023!

Trailer about the Summer School 2023
László Tabár

Dear colleagues,

With 65+ live attendees from 25+ countries around the globe our “Summer School with László Tabár“ was a huge success.

You missed the live course?

We are more than happy to announce that our friend László Tabár agreed to share the video edition of his course!

This 5.5h video course is specifically designed to improve your skills in reading and interpreting breast images.

In addition to the core program László Tabár has included exclusive bonus material in the video edition: Here you will learn from his additional great teaching cases and watch exclusive lectures.

This course by THE authority in the field of breast imaging, will provide you a unique learning experience.

Just like in the live version you will receive extensive knowledge about breast imaging, differential diagnosis of breast diseases, and their implications for patient management.

You will find all necessary information and background on this page. Please check also our flyer and the trailer video by Doctor Tabár.

In case of any questions, reach out to us anytime. We will be happy help!

See you soon

Yours,
Pascal Baltzer and Matthias Dietzel

Directors, School of Radiology, organizers

Outline

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5.5 hour e-learning course providing a perfectly balanced mix of impulse lecture and interactive case reading: Lectures on each major subject will be mixed with interactive sessions. These consist of questions relevant to the subject and a mixture of normal and early cancer cases presented as they appear on a viewing station.
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During the course you will progressively improve your skills in reading and interpreting breast images.
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You will learn the full spectrum of normal breast images, with all important findings explained with the help of 3-dimensional histology images.
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Our course aims at helping you to reduce unnecessary call-backs and increase your confidence in reading mammograms.
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You will receive immediate feedback and histologic confirmation using large format histology.
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The multimodality approach will be emphasized throughout the course.
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Special emphasis will be placed on finding early phase breast cancers.

Concept

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Engaging and motivating learning atmosphere
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The multimodality approach will be emphasized throughout the course
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Special emphasis will be placed on finding early phase breast cancers
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Latest e-learning technology using HD-videos

Objectives

This course provides extensive knowledge about diagnostic breastimaging. Key objectives are to …

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Improve skills in reading and interpreting breast images
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Identify normal examinations
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Understand typical patterns of malignant findings
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Practice efficient and effective reporting techniques
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Use multimodal breast imaging in a rational way
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Apply differential diagnosis of breast diseases
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Approach Implications for patient management

Target audiences

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Our course aims at all professionals involved in breast cancer care such as:
Radiologists, Surgeons, Pathologists, Gynecologists, and Radiology Technologists
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Our course is designed for all levels of expertise in breast imaging:
Ranging from Level 1 (beginners), 2 (Intermediate), 3 (advanced), and 4 (experts).

What our par­tic­i­pants say

Day 1

Topic
Content & Speaker

Welcome

Didactic lectures

Tabár, moderators: Baltzer, Dietzel

A new era in the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer. A short history.

  • Correlating 3-dimensional, subgross anatomy with mammography of the normal breast results in increased confidence in reading a mammogram and finding small abnormalities.
  • Special training in large format thin and thick section (3D) histopathologic correlation enables the radiologist to account for every linear and nodular density on the mammogram.

Finding invasive breast cancer when it is still small

  • Malignant stellate and circular/oval-shaped lesions originating from the TDLUs (AAB):
  • Clinical presentation, histology, mammographic – MRI – ultrasound appearance and outcome.

A systematic method for viewing mammograms

  • Areas on the mammogram where most breast cancers will be found.
  • Viewing dense breasts
  • Viewing relatively easy to-read breasts

The multimodality approach

The role of hand-held ultrasound / 3D automated ultrasound / MRI in the detection and workup of the findings.

Algorithm for classifying breast diseases according to their site of origin

Interactive session

Tabár, moderators: Baltzer, Dietzel

Cases reading

  • Each participant will assess a mixture of normal and early cancer cases using an interactive online voting system
  • Results will appear instantly for discussion and evaluation.
  • All abnormal cases are fully worked up
  • Complete imaging workup will be presented in detail, including ultrasound, MRI and large section histopathology.

Day 2

Topic
Content & Speaker

Welcome

Didactic lectures: Calcification on the mammogram

Tabár, moderators: Baltzer, Dietzel

Algorithm for classifying breast diseases according to their site of origin

  • Breast diseases originating in the major ducts
  • Benign type calcifications originating in the major ducts
  • Secretory disease type calcifications
  • Malignant type calcifications originating in the major ducts

Interactive session

Tabár, moderators: Baltzer, Dietzel

Cases reading

  • Each participant will assess cases using an interactive online voting system
  • Results will appear instantly for discussion and evaluation.
  • All abnormal cases are fully worked up
  • Complete imaging workup will be presented

Day 3

Topic
Content & Speaker

Welcome

Didactic lectures

Tabár, moderators: Baltzer, Dietzel

Algorithm for classifying breast diseases according to their site of origin

  • Benign breast diseases originating in the TDLU and associated with calcifications on the mammogram:
  • Fibrocystic change
  • Fibroadenoma
  • Different types of adenosis
  • Understanding pathophysiology leading to calcified and non-calcified hyperplastic breast changes.
  • The morphologic analysis of calcifications representing a less aggressive carcinoma: Grade 1 / well differentiated CIS
  • Mammographic / histopathologic correlation of pleomorphic calcifications representing Grade 2 CIS within the TDLU

Interactive session

Tabár, moderators: Baltzer, Dietzel

Cases reading

  • Each participant will assess cases using an interactive online voting system
  • Results will appear instantly for discussion and evaluation.
  • All abnormal cases are fully worked up
  • Complete imaging workup will be presented

Literature

Tabár L, Dean PB, Tucker FL, et al (2022) A new approach to breast cancer terminology based on the anatomic site of tumour origin: The importance of radiologic imaging biomarkers. European Journal of Radiology 149: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejrad.2022.110189

Tabár L, Dean PB, Tucker FL, et al (2022) Breast cancers originating from the terminal ductal lobular units: In situ and invasive acinar adenocarcinoma of the breast, AAB. European Journal of Radiology 152: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejrad.2022.110323

Tabár L, Dean PB, Tucker FL, et al (2022) Breast cancers originating from the major lactiferous ducts and the process of neoductgenesis: Ductal Adenocarcinoma of the Breast, DAB. European Journal of Radiology 153: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejrad.2022.110363

Tabár L, Dean PB, Tucker FL, et al (2022) Imaging biomarkers of breast cancers originating from the major lactiferous ducts: Ductal adenocarcinoma of the breast, DAB. European Journal of Radiology 154: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejrad.2022.110394

Tabár L, Dean PB, Tucker FL, Vörös A (2023) Can we improve breast cancer management using an image-guided histopathology workup supported by larger histopathology sections? European Journal of Radiology 161: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejrad.2023.110750

Tabár L, Dean PB, Tucker FL, et al (2023) The challenging imaging and histopathologic features of diffusely infiltrating breast cancer. European Journal of Radiology 161: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejrad.2023.110754

Sponsorship / Conflicts of Interest

Our mission is: Continued medical education by radiologists for radiologists. We do not receive financial contributions from third parties (sponsoring, industry, etc.). This course is financed exclusively by the fees of the participants.

Costs

Ticket
Price

Full price

299,00 € 239,20 €

Discounts

Resident

-30%

Technician, radiographer

-75%

Bundle discount

-20%

You will automatically receive your bundle discount after placing an order containing more than one paid content.
Bundle discount may be combined with discounts for “Radiographer” and “Resident”.

Video only version

Access links and technical instructions will be emailed to the participants by us after purchase.

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