Practical Approach to Neuroradiology

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Date(s) - 07/06/2021 - 08/06/2021
All Day

The Dean Hotel, Dublin



Accredited Neuroradiology Course for Radiologists, Neurologists, Radiologists in Training (Registrars) and clinicians/researchers with an interest in this area of clinical practice.

This medical, cpd event will take place in the beautiful city of Dublin, Ireland, offering an  opportunity to learn, discuss & understand some of the practical approaches, relating to neurological conditions. This course is also ideal for those preparing to take their FRCR exams.

This 2-day course, taught by consultant neuroradiologists, provides an analytical approach to the differential diagnoses commonly encountered in adult & paediatric neuroradiological practice, including:

  • Space occupying lesions
  • Stroke & brain haemorrhage
  • White matter disease
  • Phakomatoses

Index imaging studies will be linked with pertinent companion cases to provide a depth of diagnoses. The accompanying practical neuroradiological approach will help to narrow down the differentials and guide patient management.

Clinical leads and faculty: Stuart Currie and Ian Craven.

Gain 10 CPD Points accordance with the CPD Scheme of the Royal College of Radiologists

Neuroradiology Course Programme


08:30   Registration
09:00   What’s causing this brain haemorrhage?
10:30   Break
11:00   Is this a stroke or something else?
12:30   Lunch
13:30   What’s this white matter abnormality?
15:00   Break
15:30   What’s causing the patients delirium?
17:00   Summary & Close

DAY 2 

09:00   What’s this enhancing brain lesion?
10:30   Break
11:00   Cerebral tumour – what’s my differential?
12:30   Lunch
13:30   Posterior fossa tumour – what’s my differential?
15:00   Break
15:30   The sella-based lesion – tumour or something else?
16:15   What connects the abnormalities? – phakomatoses
17:00   Summary & Close


Ticket Type Price Spaces
Registrars/Radiologists in Training/Radiographers £585.00
Consultants/Radiologists/Neuroradiologists £625.00

Practical Approach to Neuroradiology
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