MASTERCLASS PROGRAMME

23 JULY 2020 - THURSDAY


MASTERCLASS - CHEST

Speakers:
  • Professor Dr Jonathan Dodd, Ireland.
  • Professor Dr Sudhakar Pipavath, USA.
  • Professor Dr Carol Wu, USA.
Learning Objectives:
  1. As a refresher course revisiting various common but important selected groups of lung diseases on HRCT.
  2. As a revision course on identifying distinctive HRCT features and approach to common differential diagnosis of selected groups of lung diseases.
  3. As exposure to rare / new pathology in current practice.
Time Programme
0830 - 0900 Pulmonary Nodule
0900 - 0930 Cystic Lung Disease
0930 - 1000 Fibrosing Lung Disease
1000 - 1030 Tea Break
1030 - 1100 Small Airway Disease
1100 - 1130 Large Airway Disease
1130 - 1200 Incidental Findings In The Chest
End Of Session

MASTERCLASS – NEURORADIOLOGY & HEAD & NECK

Speakers:
  • Professor Dr Meng Law, Australia.
  • Professor Dr David Yousem, USA.
  • Professor Dr Robert Hermans, Belgium.
Learning Objectives:
  1. Neuroanatomy: To review the neuroanatomy and imaging pitfalls of the brain sulcation, lobular anatomy, medical temporal lobe and location of eloquent brain like Broca’s and Wernicke’s.
  2. Cognitive decline: To identify MRI imaging patterns that suggest a specific diagnosis for reversal of neurologic cognitive decline.
  3. Middle ear disease: To learn the radiological anatomy, imaging features of its diseases, the value of MR imaging and post operative imaging feature.
Time Programme
0830 - 0930 Neuroanatomy Common Variants And Pitfalls
0930 - 1030 Treatable Causes Of Cognitive Decline: Pattern Recognition
1030 - 1100 Tea Break
1100 - 1200 Imaging Of Chronic Middle Ear Disease
End Of Session

MASTERCLASS – RADIATION PROTECTION 1

Speakers:
  • Professor Dr Madan Rehani, USA.
  • Professor Dr John Damilakis, Greece.
  • Dr Colin J Martin, UK.
  • Mr Zunaide B. Kayun @ Farni, Malaysia.
Learning Objectives:
  1. To identify the radiation risks in the practice of radiology
  2. To be familiar with the radiation doses and potential cancer risks in computed tomography
  3. To implement good clinical practice in the aspect of dose management of patients and staffs in interventional radiology
Time Programme
0830 - 0900 The ICRP Report On Protection Dose Quantities
0900 - 0930 Radiation Worries Versus Real Risks In Practice Of Radiology
0930 - 1000 Assessment Of Cancer Risks Potentially Related To CT
1000 - 1030 Tea Break
1030 - 1100 Are We In Era Of Low Or High Radiation Doses In CT Imaging?
1100 - 1130 Dose Management Of Patients And Staff In Interventional Radiology
1130 - 1200 Quality Assurance Program Management In Malaysia
End Of Session

MASTERCLASS – RADIATION PROTECTION 2

Speakers:
  • Professor Dr Madan Rehani, USA.
  • Professor Dr John Damilakis, Greece.
  • Dr Colin J Martin, UK.
Learning Objectives:
  1. To learn the radiation protection strategies for pregnant women
  2. To relate radiation dose with the risks of cataract and skin injuries
  3. To enhance awareness of radiation protection for paediatric patients
  4. To review examples of incidents and accidents in diagnostic radiology
Time Programme
1400 - 1430 Developing A Strategy For Optimization In Radiology Department
1430 - 1500 Radiation Usage In Pregnancy And Protection In Pregnancy
1500 - 1530 Radiation And Cataract: Real Risk Or Unnecessary Worry
1530 - 1600 Tea Break
1600 - 1630 Radiation Induced Skin Injuries: Creating A Rational Awareness
1630 - 1700 Radiation Protection Of Children
1700 - 1730 Incidents And Accidents In Diagnostic Radiology
End Of Session

MASTERCLASS – CARDIAC 1

Learning Objectives:
  1. Learn to manipulate the workstation and using the softwares.
  2. To discuss the basic, intermediate and advance cases.
Time Programme
0830 - 0915 CT Anatomy Of The Heart
0915 - 1000 Cardiac CT – Calcium Score, Coronary CTA And Plaque Imaging Aorta
1000 - 1030 Tea Break
1030 - 1045 Great Vessel Imaging
1045 - 1200 Peripheral Vascular Imaging
End Of Session

MASTERCLASS – MSK

Learning Objectives:
  1. As a refresher course for MRI anatomy / normal variants.
  2. As a revision course for features of common pathology, diagnosing it and improving the list of differential diagnoses.
  3. As an exposure to new / rare pathology not common in current practice.
Time Programme
0830 - 1000 MRI / MRA Wrist Joint And Hand
1000 - 1030 Tea Break
1030 - 1200 MRI Ankle Joint And Foot
End Of Session

MASTERCLASS – MOLECULAR IMAGING / NUCLEAR MEDICINE

Learning Objectives:
  1. To understand molecular imaging of prostatic malignancy /brain imaging / neuroendocrine malignancy.
  2. To appreciate the concept of theranostics in prostatic malignancy / neuroendocrine malignancy
  3. To understand the potential use of molecular imaging for neurodegenerative disorders.
  4. To explore potential use of other radiopharmaceuticals for prostatic malignancy / brain imaging / neuroendocrine malignancy.
Time Programme
1400 - 1500 Functional Imaging Of Prostate
1500 - 1600 Functional Imaging Of Brain
1600 - 1630 Tea Break
1630 - 1730 Functional Imaging Of Neuroendocrine Malignancy
End Of Session

MASTERCLASS – CARDIAC 2

Learning Objectives:
  1. Learn to manipulate the workstation and using the softwares.
  2. To discuss the basic, intermediate and advance cases.
Time Programme
1400 - 1430 MRI Anatomy Of The Heart
1430 - 1500 Cardiac MRI – Imaging Of Ischaemic Heart Disease And Myocardial Viability
1500 - 1530 MR Volumetric Assessment And Perfusion Study
1530 - 1600 Tea Break
1600 - 1630 Imaging Of Non-Ischaemic Cardiomyopathy
1630 - 1700 Myocarditis, HOCM And Thalassemia Imaging
1700 - 1730 Aorta – Great Vessel Imaging
End Of Session

MASTERCLASS – ABDOMEN 1

Speakers:
  • Professor Dr Tan Cher Heng, Singapore.
  • Professor Dr Chang-Hee Lee, Korea.
  • Dr Tang Teck Nguong, Singapore.
Time Programme
0830 - 0930 HCC Patient’s Journey
0930 - 1000 Tea Break
1000 - 1045 Contrast Application In Patient’s Journey To HCC
1450 - 1130 Guideline Update On Safety And Effective Use Of Iodine / Gd Contrast Media
1130 - 1200 Panel Discussion / Q&A

MASTERCLASS – ABDOMEN 2

Learning Objectives:
  1. A course to provide doctors ultrasound total solutions for both liver diagnosis and liver therapy.
  2. To introduce the application of Shear Wave Elastography in assessing fibrosis in chronic liver disease.
  3. As a refresher course on the ultrasound guided interventional procedures and introduce the technique and steps of using fusion imaging technology to better support this procedure.
  4. To create awareness on role of Contrast Enhanced Ultrasound Imaging and introduce the typical clinical cases.
Time Programme
0830 - 0915 The Application Of Shear Wave Elastography In Liver Diseases Diagnosis
0915 - 0930 Liver Shear Wave Elastography Live Demo
0930 - 1000 Ultrasound Guided Interventional Procedures And Fusion Imaging With Case Study
1000 - 1030 Tea Break
1030 - 1115 Contrast Enhancement Ultrasound Imaging In Liver Diseases
1115 - 1200 Hands-On

MASTERCLASS – ABDOMEN 3

Learning Objectives:
  1. As a refresher course on the basic B-mode liver ultrasound and sonographic appearance of common liver pathology.
  2. To create awareness on role of Shear Wave Electrography in assessing fibrosis in chronic liver disease and liver pathology, complimented with Shearwave to enhance diagnosis.
  3. Technique and steps in acquiring optimal SWE & interpretation of results of METAVIR Score.
Time Programme
1400 - 1430 Basic B-Mode Liver Ultrasound And Sonographic Appearance Of Common Liver Pathology
1430 - 1500 Role Of Shear Wave Electrography In Assessing Fibrosis In Chronic Liver Disease And Liver Pathology,
Complimented With Shearwave To Enhance Diagnosis
1500 - 1530 Case Studies Presentation
1530 - 1600 Tea Break
1600 - 1630 Technique And Steps In Acquiring Optimal SWE & Interpretation Of Results Of METAVIR Score
1630 - 1730 Hands-On Session

MASTERCLASS – PAEDIATRICS

Speakers:
  • Professor Dr Lane F. Donnelly, USA.
  • Associate Professor Dr Supika Kritsaneepaiboon, Thailand.
  • Dr Noryati Mohammad, Malaysia.
  • Dr Erica Yee Hing, Malaysia.
  • Dr Hasyma Abu Hasan, Malaysia.
Learning Objectives:
  1. To revisit the basic yet important X-Ray interpretation in common paediatric diseases.
  2. To understand the limitation of radiograph and acknowledge correlation with other imaging modalities in diagnosing challenging paediatric cases.
Time Programme
0830 - 0900 How To Read Abdominal Radiograph In Children
0900 - 0930 The Lines And Tubes In Paediatric Radiograph
0930 - 1000 Tea Break
1000 - 1030 The Roles Of Imaging In Children With Pneumonia
1030 - 1100 Radiograph In Suspected Non-Accidental Skeletal Injury (NAI)
1100 - 1200 Challenging X-Ray Cases – From Emergency Room
End Of Session

MASTERCLASS – ABDOMEN 4

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MASTERCLASS – BREAST

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MASTERCLASS – INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY

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