2021 UPDATES COURSE
- Adverse Reactions to Contrast Media. What to do: Guide for Dummies.
- Contrast Media Extravasation: Prevention and Treatment.
- Effective Communication with the Emergency Service.
- Current Management of Severely Polytraumatized Patient. Protocols and Modalities.
- Radiology in Catastrophes. How to Proceed: An Expert’s Advice.
- Craniocerebral Trauma. Evident and Not-So-Evident Injuries.
- Maxillofacial Trauma. A Guide for General Radiologists.
- Penetrating Neck Trauma. How Should You Approach the Diagnosis?
- Cervical Fracture. Review and Update.
- Thoracolumbar Spine Fracture. Stable or Unstable?
- Suspicion of Spinal Cord Injury. What Should You Look for and How?
- Rib Fracture: Ultrasound Scanning, X-Rays, CT Scan or MRI?
- Pulmonary Trauma. Contusions, Lacerations. Are They Relevant?
- Traumatic Aortic Injury. Not So Rare.
- Traumatic Injuries to the Diaphragm and their Consequences, Diaphragmatic Hernias.
- Complications of Thoracic Trauma. How to Detect Complications and Recognize Them Early.
- A Pregnant Polytrauma Patient. Which Radiological Tests Can You Do? Consensus Guidelines.
- Traumatic Injuries to Liver and Spleen. Classification Review and Procedure Guidelines.
- Traumatic Injuries to Retroperitoneum: Pancreas, Duodenum and Suprarenal Glands. Typical Findings and Erroneous Diagnosis.
- Traumatic Injuries to Intestine and Mesentery. What Really Matters.
- Traumatic Injuries to Kidneys and Urinary Tracts. Diagnostic Challenges.
- CT Scan in Abdominal and Pelvic Trauma: Diagnostic Challenges and Errors.
- Collaboration Between the Emergency Radiologist and the Vascular Interventionist for an Integrated Treatment.
- Pelvic Ring Fractures: XR and CT Scan. From Simple to Complex.
- Stress Fracture.
- Emergency Ultrasound Scanning in Musculoskeletal Traumas.
- Complex Hand and Wrist Fractures. Common Errors.
- Complex Foot and Ankle Fractures. X-Rays and CT Scan.
- MRI of Traumatized Knee. Practical Guide.
- Fractured Elbows in Children. How Not to Get Tangled.
- Non-Accidental Traumas in Children. The Radiologist’s Role. The Typical Traumatic Injury to Metaphysis. What Else Should You Look For?
- How to Treat Blunt Abdominal Trauma in Children.