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Technical Focus Session
Moderator/s:
  • R. Bale (Innsbruck, AT)
  • I. Bargellini (Pisa, IT)
Date:
Sat, Apr 10, 2021
Time (in CEST):
14:30 - 16:00

401.1 - Safety margin in ablation is a must

EBIR
Yes
Presenter:
  • C. Sofocleous (New York, US)
Learning Objectives:

1. To understand the relationship between safety margin and local recurrence

2. To learn how to achieve the safety margin in liver ablation

3. To learn about literature regarding the importance of safety margin

401.2 - What we should know about confirmation software for liver ablation: limitations

Presenter:
  • L. Solbiati (Busto Arsizio, IT)
Learning Objectives:
1. To know about market-available confirmation software and how they work
2. To learn the clinical impacts of confirmation software in ablation
3. To understand the main advantages and limitations of ablation confirmation software

401.3 - Lung ablation: how to define endpoints

EBIR
Yes
Presenter:
  • J. Palussière (Bordeaux, FR)
Learning Objectives:

1. To learn how to plan percutaneous lung ablation for maximising the results

2. To understand which intra-procedural imaging findings can predict the results

3. To learn about the literature regarding the expected results of lung ablation

401.4 - Introduction of the dosimetry models available for TARE

EBIR
Yes
Presenter:
  • C. Pettinato (Milan, IT)
Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the importance of dosimetry in TARE
2. To know about the different dosimetry models available for TARE
3. To understand the advantages and limitations of each dosimetry model

401.5 - AI and radiomics in IO

Presenter:
  • M. Krokidis (Athens, GR)
Learning Objectives:
1. To know about the possible applications of AI and radiomics in IO
2. To understand how both AI and radiomics could help IO in the standardisation process
3. To learn about literature on AI and radiomics in IO

401.6 - Robots in ablation: future tool in IO?

Presenter:
  • R. Kassamali (Doha, QA)
Learning Objectives:
1. To learn about robotic technology market available for the IO field
2. To learn the main advantages and limitations of robot-assisted IO procedures
3. To learn about the literature regarding robotics and IO