Siemens Healthineers at ECR 2019

European Congress of Radiology

ECR 2019
Siemens Healthineers at ECR 2019
 
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European Society of Radiology Congress 2019
27 February - 3 March 2019
Austria Center Vienna, Vienna, Austria

Ultrasound Lunch Symposium

Ultrasound Room M2
12:30 - 13:30 pm | 1 March 2019

SpeakerTitle
Anders NilssonPrecision Ultrasound for an increasingly XXL population using image Fusion, CEUS and improved ultrasound penetration

As an increasingly large proportion of our patient population can be classified as obese, finding, characterizing and potentially treating focal lesions is routinely becoming more difficult. Diagnostic tools, such as high quality contrast enhanced ultrasound and multi-modality fusion, in conjunction with improved ultrasound penetration, can help us personalize ultrasound to meet this challenge.
Martin Stenzel

CEUS diagnostic imaging in the paediatric population

An overview of current best practice of ultrasound in infants and children referencing adult patients where appropriate. Sonography is the imaging modality of choice in paediatrics because it provides a cross-sectional depiction of anatomical structures with high spatial and temporal resolution and is relatively robust handling restless and active patients. No other method can provide comparable diagnostic information. Indications for paediatric sonography include: screening, diagnosis and follow up exams. Contrast enhanced ultrasound can be used to enhance diagnostic possibilities. The two main indications for contrast enhanced ultrasound in children are the assessment of vesicoureteral reflux disease and the characterization of focal lesions, particularly in the liver.

Martin DaniauxNew Horizons in Breast Ultrasound

In conjunction with the superb spatial resolution of high frequency B-mode ultrasound and highly sensitive colour Doppler, advanced applications like Strain and Shear Wave Elastography provide clinicians with the tools necessary to deliver precision medicine. Strain Elastography can be used to classify a lesion according to specific recognized patterns. Shear Wave Elastography allows for the quantification of tissue stiffness by providing a velocity map which allows comparison of the shear wave velocities at multiple points. Using these three imaging modes (B-mode, Colour and Elastography) improves diagnostic confidence and may reduce the costs associated with unnecessary biopsies and improve the patient experience.

 

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9th Breast Care Day

Team up with the leaders in breast care

Are you passionate about delivering excellent mamma diagnostics? Then join us for the 9th Breast Care Day at ECR 2019.
Wednesday, February 27, 2019
Austria Center Vienna (ACV) Studio 2019


As Siemens Healthineers and together with our partner Bayer, we welcome you to the 9th Breast Care Day at ECR 2019. Join our multimodality symposium and explore the future of screening from a variety of angles with leading breast imaging experts. You’ll have valuable opportunities to discuss future developments and explore how these innovations can truly transform care delivery.

This symposium is free of charge for all registered ECR participants. Not able to come in person? Don't miss out on the opportunity to see the BCD live wherever you are in the world (except USA). Click here for live streaming - the link will follow shortly

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Results from the Breast Care Day 2019 are restricted and not for use in the US.

The statements by Siemens Healthineers' customers described herein are based on results that were achieved in the customer's unique setting. Since there is no "typical" hospital and many variables exist (e.g., hospital size, case mix, level of IT adoption) there can be no guarantee that other customers will achieve the same results.The speakers receive or are employed by an institution that receives financial support from Siemens Healthineers for collaborations.

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