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ESCR 2017

European Society of Cardiac Radiology Conference 2017

  • 12 Oct 2017 to 14 Oct 2017
  • Università Vita – Salute San Raffaele
  • Milano / Italy

Whats About

Come visit the glamorous city of Milan in Italy for an incredible medical journey of 4 days filled with educational and scientific sessions covering all aspects of cardiac radiology at the European Society of Cardiac Radiology Conference (ESCR) 2017 by medical experts, scientific researchers and highly acclaimed doctors to help provide the best medical care for the well being and support of patients suffering from numerous heart diseases and more. The ESCR 2017 Conference will help all attendees get acquainted with latest cutting edge technology, scientific innovations and developments made for better diagnosis, treatment and recovery options in cardiology. The ESCR 2017 Conference will take place at Milan, Italy from 12th October to 14th October 2017 with the theme for this year’s conference being ‘Imaging in arrhythmias and Heart Failure’. This conference will benefit all attendees by broadening their horizons of professional knowledge in fields of cardiomyopathy, nuclear cardiology, cardiac surgery, myocardial ischemia, cardiac imaging guidelines, etc. Scientific sessions, symposias, meet the expert sessions, case reading sessions, workshops and other educational programs will help in the progress of learning, developing and incorporating the new and advanced techniques and methods in cardiac and cardiovascular imaging, vascular science and advanced cardiology for the bright future of the field of cardiac radiology.

Program Highlights of the Events

  • Day 1 (12 October)
  • Day 2 (13 October)
  • Day 3 (14 October)

  • State of the art I : Multimodality imaging of atherosclerosis
  • Opening session: Money for nothing? A cost and effectiveness sessions
  • ESCR meets ESTI
  • State of the art II: ESCR meets ASCI- The test of choice for evaluation of myocardial ischemia
  • Quiz
  • Proffered paper session I
  • Educational I : essential cardiology for radiologists
  • Proffered paper session II
  • Proffered paper session III
  • Educational II: Ventricular arrhythmias
  • TAVI Workshop I : Evaluation of CT TAVI cases
  • Case reading session I: Coronary artery disease
  • Perfusion MRI workshop I: evaluation of perfusion MRI Cases
  • Anatomy and functional workshop I: Workshops on measurement and normal cardiac anatomical/functional values in adults and children

  • State of the art III: cardiac imaging: What the guidelines suggest
  • State of the art IV: ESCR meets NASCI
  • Educational IV: T1-, T2-mapping and ECV
  • State of the art V: ESCR meets EACVI: Is imaging mandatory in arrhythmias?
  • Industry symposium
  • State of the art VI: Imaging the dilated ventricle in heart failure- Too late for recovery?
  • Educational III: Imaging in new endovascular treatment and devices
  • EPOS Highlight session
  • Best abstract session
  • Educational V: Multimodality imaging in inflammation
  • Educational VI: Role of Imaging in ACS
  • Case reading session II: Etiology of heart failure
  • 3D Printing workshop I
  • Perfusion CT workshop I: Evaluation of perfusion CT cases
  • Case reading session III: Arrhythmia
  • Perfusion MRI workshop II: Evaluation of perfusion MRI cases
  • T1/T2 mapping workshop I: How to evaluate T1 and T2 mapping

  • State of the art VII: ESCR meets Switzerland
  • State of the art VIII: the heart of trained athletes- Bigger and healthier or underestimated target of disease?
  • State of the art IX: Resuscitating the dysfunctional left ventricle
  • State of the art X: Pro-contra session- CT and MRI in acute Chest pain
  • Special focus session: Closing session- the battle of giants: Cardiac CT versus Cardiac MRI
  • Educational VII: Diagnostic imaging of arterial diseases- What’s new
  • Educational VIII: Technical improvements in imaging of arrhythmias
  • Proffered paper session VI
  • Educational IX: What you need to know about cardiomyopathy
  • 3D printing workshop II
  • Anatomy and functional workshop II: Workshop on measurement and normal cardiac anatomical / functional values in adults and children
  • T1/T2 mapping workshop I: How to evaluate T1 and T2 mapping