Brain tumours are encountered commonly by radiologists who are dealing with General Radiology during their routine real life work up. Sometimes it is easy to establish the right diagnosis, but sometimes it is challenging.
This course will cover almost all tumours inside the skull and especially intends to give Radiologists the right tools to make the differential and correct diagnosis of a tumour. Follow-up imaging in glial tumours may also be troublesome in many cases and this topic will be discussed in all aspects to build a guide for all attendees when reporting the follow-up of brain tumour cases.
The advantages of each imaging technique in the differential diagnosis of brain tumours will be presented in detail. The case discussions will help attendees to understand how to approach brain tumour cases and will improve their skills for the future when reporting real –life daily cases. The case discussions will include some common and uncommon cases, but each one of them will have a message for the attendees in order to help them improve their experience on brain tumour imaging.
At the completion of the course each attendee will for sure feel more confident in reporting brain tumours.
The fellow will be provided with the reporting templates and referring questionnaire, developed by the mentor. Up-to-date international recommendations, protocols, patient information and some newest, practical scientific articles would also be shared with the participants.
TMC Academy fellowships are held in a virtual classroom environment on Zoom. Participants are encouraged to engage in discussions making use of their camera and microphone in order to recreate the face-to-face experience.
In this small group environment among your peers, you are free to ask questions, make mistakes, and learn together with the support of the radiologist mentor.
TMC Academy is an EACCME Trusted Provider.
"An extremely useful course with an excellent and kind mentor, who gave an invaluable summary of brain tumors and was always keen to answer any question regarding this rather difficult topic of neuroradiology. Cem also provided a light and cheerful atmosphere, in which it was easier to learn.”
Dr. Georgina Gati, Consultant Radiologist, Telemedicine Clinic (Fellow, Oct 2022)
"Online learning has really changed how we acquire knowledge in today's practice.”
Phillipe Ray S.M. Chionglo, MD. Philippines (Fellow, Oct 2022)
"Great course, a must for every radiologist. Brain tumors are always a problematic area even for a specialist neuroradiologist. Missing a brain tumor or giving a wrong diagnosis can have serious consequences. Attending this course enhances very much our ability to deal with such cases.”
Dr. Anees Jwad, Radiologist, United Kingdom (Fellow, Oct 2022)
Maximum number of seats: 15
- To become familiar with imaging findings of posterior fossa and supratentorial tumours
- To be able to make the differential diagnosis in brain tumours
- To understand the advantages of different kinds of imaging modalities in the diagnosis and differential diagnosis of brain tumours.
- To identify the different types of changes in brain tumour patients after postoperative / posttreatment follow-up
Programme will include
- Lectures on imaging techniques in different kinds of brain tumours
- Individual practice interpretation and reading provided cases.
- Group case discussion
- Question and answer session with specialised radiologist mentor
- Lifetime access to presentation slides, session recordings, and other course materials
Level II - General radiologist
Interested in attending?
If you have any questions about seats available or have doubts about whether this fellowship is right for you, feel free to send us an email
and we are happy to help!
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.