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Technical Focus
Moderators
  • P. L. Pereira (Heilbronn, DE)
  • P. Haage (Wuppertal, DE)
Date
Mon, Apr 8, 2019
Time
10:30 - 12:00

202.1 - Ultrasound fusion guidance

Presenter:
  • L. Solbiati (Rozzano, IT)
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about the latest developments in fusion imaging technology
2. To understand the limitations of ultrasound fusion imaging for the monitoring of ablation
3. To appreciate the current evidence of ultrasound fusion imaging in IO for HCC and metastases

202.2 - I have a CBCT and I do all the procedures

Presenter:
  • M. J. Van Strijen (Nieuwegein, NL)
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the basic techniques of CBCT for TACE, TARE and ablation
2. To learn how CBCT may enhance vascular and non-vascular IO interventions
3. To appreciate the current evidences of CB-CT in vascular and non-vascular IO procedures

202.3 - I have an angio plus CT and I do all the procedures

Presenter:
  • F. G. Irani (Singapore, SG)
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the basic techniques of Angio + CT in vascular and non-vascular IO
2. To learn which IO procedures might benefit from combining Angio + CT
3. To appreciate the current evidences of combining Angio + CT in IO procedures

202.4 - MR guided interventions: where are we?

Presenter:
  • R. L. Cazzato (Strasbourg, FR)
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the basic concepts of MR imaging for IO
2. To understand advantages of MR imaging in comparison with other imaging techniques in IO interventions
3. To learn about the current clinical evidences of MR guided IO in comparison to other image guidance techniques

202.5 - Robotic and stereotaxic assistance in IO

Presenter:
  • B. J. Wood (Bethesda, US)
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn the different technical aspects of robotic assistance in IO interventions
2. To learn which dedicated IO procedures might benefit from robotic and stereotactic assistance
3. To appreciate the current evidences of robotic and stereotactic assistance in IO

202.6 - Augmented reality

Presenter:
  • A. Gangi (Strasbourg, FR)
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn how augmented reality could be implemented in image-guided IO
2. To understand which techniques are under development and might change IO procedures
3. To learn how augmented reality may influence indication to and performance of IO procedures