Pediatric Neuroradiology is a subspecialty of both Neuroradiology and Pediatric Radiology. Neuroimaging studies in infants and children are often reported by radiological specialists who have little background or experience in this specific field. Through the recreation of real-life scenarios, the Fellow will be exposed to, and guided through a broad range of common and less-common clinical problems, and will thus consolidate his/her experience and build new knowledge that will turn useful when reporting pediatric examinations in the everyday clinical practice.
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- To become familiar with the peculiar features of neuroimaging studies in the pediatric age group as compared with adults
- To learn how to report MRI and CT studies performed in children with a broad range of neurological disorders
- To understand how the normal appearance of the infant’s brain changes with age
- To become able to recognize normal and abnormal neuroimaging features, and to avoid pitfalls
Programme will include
- Lectures on basic pediatric neuroimaging features, common queries for imaging studies, malformations of the brain and spinal cord, and pediatric brain tumors
- Individual case reading and interpretation on provided cases
- Group case discussion of the selected cases
Level II - General radiologist
The programme is designed for levels II (4th-5th radiology residents) and III (specialists in radiology and neuroradiology).
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.
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* 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.