The Abdominal/Pelvic MRI fellowship I., offered by TMC Academy, includes a systematic review of the MRI diagnostics of liver, biliary system and pancreas conditions in the form of interactive lectures, followed by individual reporting and group discussion and a common reading session of the cases of selected cases from the TMC Academy teaching file, allowing for direct feedback from the mentor. The Q&A sessions provide opportunity to further clarify whatever deems necessary. The overall aim is to solve problems in various clinical scenarios and learn how to write a useful and meaningful report.
Participation in this fellowship with a small group of radiologists ensures a personal learning environment where you will enhance and strengthen your own and each other’s knowledge in structured MRI reading. The successfully completed course will provide participants with practical knowledge that will be helpful to address everyday clinical challenges, and future pursuits.
Maximum number of seats: 15
- Understanding of relevant common and less common pathologies
- Understanding advantages and problems of different sequences
- Understanding in depth differential diagnosis based on findings
- Discriminate common variants from pathology
Programme will include
- Lectures on common pathology of the liver, biliary system and pancreas
- Individual case reading and interpretation on provided cases
- Group case discussion
Level II - General radiologist
Radiologists with little or early advanced knowledge in abdominal/pelvic pathology, who would like to become more confident on reporting abdominal/pelvic MRI, will benefit most from the fellowship.
The training platform runs entirely in the browser but the online PACS places a considerable load on the hardware and internet connection when viewing and loading cases.
||Dual core 1.85 Ghz
||Dual core 2 Ghz
||Quad core 2.5 Ghz
* Tested with Safari on iPad 9.7 (2017), should also work on Android with Chrome. User interface not optimized for smaller screens. Large cases (more than 600 images) are not able to be opened on tablet or mobile devices due to memory constraints.
** Firefox, Edge and Safari also work but might not provide an equally smooth experience. Internet Explorer is not supported.