Level I → Chest Radiology

ESOR for EDiR Webinars: Chest Imaging (part 3) - 2014 (106C)


Description
Video-based course (recorded 2014)

Speaker: Edwin Van Beek (Edinburgh, United Kingdom)

"Imaging Lung Cancer - A multimodality approach"
Learning objectives:
• to know the typical radiological features of lung cancer and the imaging appearances, which indicate disseminated disease
• to understand the role and limitations of all imaging tests (chest radiography, CT, PET-CT, MRI and ultrasound) in the modern staging of lung cancer
• to appreciate the significance of subsolid nodules in the context of the new classification of lung adenocarcinoma

"Pleural Disease"
Learning objectives:
• to learn the common causes of pleural pathology/disease
• to know the imaging features which help to differentiate between malignant and benign pleural thickening
• to understand the value of different imaging (in particular ultrasound) in the investigation of intervention of pleural disease

eCME credits: 2

Content
  • Imaging Lung Cancer - A multimodality approach
  • Introduction video
  • Video
  • Literature
  • Test
  • Pleural Disease
  • Introduction video
  • Video
  • Literature
  • Test
  • Feedback
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certification with a duration: Forever