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Dear colleagues,

with more than 450 registrants from 50+ countries around the globe our “Mammography Symposium” was a huge success.

Together with our friends László Tabar and Peter Dean we exchanged ideas on the future of breast imaging in a truly engaging atmosphere.

Find out more about the program and the background of our symposium on this page.

You will also find the videos of the event. Certainly the lecture of László Tabar is a highlight. A must see, we think!

Sincerely,

Yours,
Pascal Baltzer and Matthias Dietzel

Videos

Recording Part 1

Recording Part 2

Recording Part 3

Concept

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Compact, interactive online symposium
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Wednesday evenings, 90 minutes, 2 CME points (applied)
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Engaging and motivating learning atmosphere
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Lectures: Comprehensive overview by top experts
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Interactive discussion sessions: We answer your questions directly (chat, audio, video)

Objectives

The many “facets” of breast cancer

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Dietzel

  • Imaging phenotypes reflect the aggressiveness and prognosis of the disease.
  • Imaging phenotypes can be detected by breast MRI.
  • Imaging phenotypes may guide clinical decisions in the future.
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Tabar

  • Detect differences between unifocal, multifocal, and diffuse phenotypes of breast carcinoma.
  • Understand importance of multimodality imaging in determining extent of disease.
  • Diagnose typical imaging patterns of unifocal, multifocal, and diffuse infiltrating subtypes.

Target audiences

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Professionals involved in breast cancer care
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Radiologists

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Breast imaginers

Programme

Time
Topic

19:15

Welcome

The many “facets” of breast cancer

19:25

Potential of breast cancer phenotyping

19:45

Potential of multimodal imaging, including large format histopathology and interdisciplinary teamwork

Tabar, Dean
Interactive discussion

Interactive discussion

20:30

Interactive discussion

Auditorium, Baltzer, Dean, Dietzel, Tabar

20:45

End of the event

Literature

László Tabár, Peter B. Dean et al. (2022) László Tabár “A new approach to breast cancer
terminology (…)” European Journal of Radiology, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejrad.2022.110189

Matthias Dietzel, … Francesco Sardanelli and Pascal A. T. Baltzer (2022) “The potential of predictive and prognostic breast MRI” European Radiology Experimental https://eurradiolexp.springeropen.com/articles/10.1186/s41747-022-00291-z

Venue: Online (Zoom)

Access links and technical instructions will be emailed to participants 3 days prior to the start of the event.

CME Accreditation

In our one day courses you will achieve optimal learning success and maximum CME points in the shortest possible time!

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