Thursday, June 4

07:30 – 08:00

WELCOME COFFEE

08:00 – 09:30
Auditorium

ABDOMINAL GU/GI: SCIENTIFIC SESSION
Moderators: Giulia PERUCCA, Stéphanie FRANCHI ABELLA
08:00Keynote lecture: Work-up of congenital portocaval fistula, Sociedad Latino Americana de Radiologia Pedriatica / José LIPSICH
08:54 – Gadoxetate disodium-enhanced MRI in differentiating focal nodular hyperplasia from hepatocellular adenoma in children / Basak Gulleroglu Nadide
09:02 – Ultrasound liver stiffness is a good biomarker of graft condition at the early phase following paediatric liver transplantation / David Missud
09:10 – First report of the International Registry for Congenital Portosystemic Shunts / Stéphanie Franchi-Abella
09:18 – The role and technique of fluoroscopic proctography in the investigation of rectal disorders in children / Mark Phillips
09:24 – The Impact of Contrast Enhanced Ultrasound (CEUS) assessment on the management of abdominal solid organ injuries in children / Terry Humphrey
09:32 – Intra-abdominal lymphatic malformations management in the light of the updated 2014 ISSVA classification / Josee Dubois

08:00 – 09:30
Room 2

MSK SCIENTIFIC SESSION
Moderators: Susan SHELMERDINE, Rick VAN RIJN
08:00 – Multiparametric MRI evaluation of Bone Sarcomas in Children / Clemente Emilio J Inarejos
08:08 – Whole-body MRI (wbMRI) in children, a better knowledge of artefacts / Solène Le Cam
08:16 – Enthesopathy Prevalence In Children With Familial Mediterranean Fever / Merter Keçeli
08:24 – Diagnostic utility of “black bone” MRI for evaluation of the facial skeleton / Josef Michael Kupka
08:32 – Patterns of infantile hypophosphatasia (HPP) and follow-up under new treatment / Inès Mannes
08:40 – Diffusion-weighted imaging in differentiating mid-course responders to chemotherapy for long bone osteosarcoma : an update / Céline Habre
08:48 – Diagnostic utility of “black bone” MRI for evaluation of the facial skeleton / Christian Kellenberger
08:54 – Do internal calcifications on perinatal post-mortem radiographs signify the cause of fetal loss? / Catriona Reid
09:02 – Bilateral parietal skull fractures in infants attribuable to accidental falls: a case series and literature review / Leticia Schaefer Abu Hana
09:10 – Avoiding skull radiographs in infants with suspected inflicted injury who also undergo head CT: “a no-brainer?” / Michael Paddock
09:18 – Skelettal Survey in suspected Child abuse – the German way / Mark Born

09:40 – 10:20
Auditorium

THE BOARD CHALLENGES THE jESPeR
Moderators: RAISSAKI Maria, CARO-DOMINGUEZ Pablo
Voting session

10:20 – 10:50

COFFEE BREAK

10:50 – 12:20
Auditorium

FETAL: TF SESSION
Moderators: Marie CASSART, Catherine GAREL
10:50 – Tubulinopathies / Liat BEN-SIRA
11:20 – Fetal CT: technique, indications and diagnostic contribution / Pascale BACH-SEGURA
11:50 – MRI of abdominal masses in the fetus / Pablo CARO-DOMINGUEZ

10:50 – 12:20
Room 2

OUTREACH: SCIENTIFIC SESSION – Value of ultrasound in paediatric imaging
Moderators: Joanna KASZNIA-BROWN, Savvas ANDRONIKOU
10:50 – Introduction / Joanna KASZNIA-BROWN
11:05 – Ultrasound in emergency conditions / Jeevesh KAPUR
11:20Lung ultrasound – yes, we can see it / Jovan LOVRENSKI
11:35 – Ultrasound of small bowel – make it easy / Joanna KASZNIA-BROWN
11:50Ultrasound of tropical infections / Jaishree NAIDOO
12:05Point-of-care ultrasound – pitfalls, tips and tricks / Savvas ANDRONIKOU

12:20 – 12:50
Auditorium

JACQUES LEFEBVRE LECTURE
12:20Imaging of skeletal dysplasias. Where are we going?

12:50 – 13:20
Auditorium

Industry symposium

13:20 – 14:20

LUNCH BREAK

14:20 – 15:50
Auditorium

ONCOLOGY: SCIENTIFIC SESSION
Moderators: Audrey ASCHERO, Kieran McHUGH
14:20 – Keynote lecture: Whole Body MRI / Jürgen SCHAEFER
14:50 – Diffusion-weighted imaging in paediatric, adolescent and young adult osteosarcoma patients: preliminary data and invitation to join our retrospective international multi-centre study / Roelof Van Ewijk
14:58 – Quantitative MRI assessment of bone marrow in children with leukaemia / Nataliia Strumila
15:06 – Diagnostic utility of image-defined risk factors (IDRFs) to predict successful treatment and prognosis of neuroblastoma / Polina Pavicevic
15:14 – Contrast enhanced ultrasound is a promising modality for characterisation of benign incidental liver nodules in post-treatment Neuroblastoma patients / Trevor Gaunt
15:22 – Feasibility and value of quantitative semi-automated diffusion weighted imaging volumetry of neuroblastic tumors / Sebastian Gassenmaier
15:30 – Whole-body MRI versus an FDG-PET/CT-based reference standard for early response assessment and restaging of paediatric Hodgkin lymphoma: a prospective multicentre study / Suzanne Spijkers
15:38 – MRI of post intra-arterial chemotherapy changes in retinoblastoma / Liesbeth Cardoen

14:20 – 15:50
Room 2

JESPeR SESSION
Moderators: Susan SHELMERDINE, Pablo CARO-DOMINGUEZ
14:20Outreach opportunities for junior members of the ESPR / Joanna KASZNIA-BROWN
14:35How to publish your first manuscript: tips from the editor / Oystein OLSEN
14:55Results of the survey of European centers that offer pediatric rad fellowships / Pablo CARO-DOMINGUEZ
Presentation of European pediatric radiology fellowship programs to attract young radiologists
15:10Gabrielle COLLERAN
15:18Ignasi BARBER
15:26Alexia DABADIE
15:34Seema TOSO
15:42Daniel GRÄFE

15:50 – 16:20

COFFEE BREAK

16:20 – 17:50
Auditorium

INNOVATION SESSION
Moderators: Owen ARTHURS, Seema TOSO
Guy Sebag awards:
16:20Awardee 2017 : Results PRACTICAL – PeRinatal Autopsy Conducted with Targeted Imaging Core-biopsy triAL / Susan SHELMERDINE
16:27Awardee 2019: Results real time cardiac MRI / Daniel GRÄFE
16:36 – Faster than ultrasound? The new world of real-time MRI / Wolfgang HIRSCH
16:54Communications
16:54 – Low-dose CT scanning of the clavicula for forensic age estimation: loss of confidence? / Sebastian Gassenmaier
17:02 – Comparison of two different CT scanners in clinical routine – reduction of radiation dose in thorax computed tomography examinations in pediatric radiology / Michael Kimmeyer
17:10 – Split-bolus Single-pass Contrast CT-protocol in 179 Paediatric Trauma Patients: Feasibility and Enhancement Cohort Study in Different Weight Groups / Martin Koci
17:18 – Challenges of Introducing Split-bolus Single-pass Contrast CT into Clinical Practice: Focus on Paediatric Trauma in a Major Trauma Center / Martin Koci
17:24 – Pitfalls and Limitations of Deep Learning in Radiology / Ozgür Koska Ilker
17:32 – Diagnostic qualities and dosimetric parameters of a dual bolus IV injection on pediatric trauma body CT / Morgane Quemeneur
17:40 – Sclerotherapy in the treatment of common lymphatic malformations “Myth or Reality “: a 23-year single center experience / Josee Dubois
17:48 – New enema technique for acute ileocolic intussusception’s treatment under ultrasound control with a solution of warm isotonic saline serum and ultrasound contrast medium / Alexandre Malakhia
17:56 – Radiation exposure during central venous catheters insertion in children / Mariana Pereira
18:04 – Entrance skin dose and gonadal dose in neonates and infants undergoing micturating cystourethrography: the effect of transition from analogue to digital equipment / Kostas Perisinakis

16:20 – 17:50
Room 2

CT & DOSE AND INTERVENTIONAL : SCIENTIFIC SESSION
Moderators: Catherine OWENS, Erich SORANTIN
16:20 – Split-bolus Single-pass Contrast CT-protocol in 179 Paediatric Trauma Patients: Feasibility and Enhancement Cohort Study in Different Weight Groups / Martin Koci
16:28 – Diagnostic qualities and dosimetric parameters of a dual bolus IV injection on pediatric trauma body CT / Morgane Quemeneur
16:36 – Challenges of Introducing Split-bolus Single-pass Contrast CT into Clinical Practice: Focus on Paediatric Trauma in a Major Trauma Center / Martin Koci
16:44 – Low-dose CT scanning of the clavicula for forensic age estimation: loss of confidence? / Sebastian Gassenmaier
16:52 – Pitfalls and Limitations of Deep Learning in Radiology / Ozgür Koska Ilker
17:h00 – Comparison of two different CT scanners in clinical routine – reduction of radiation dose in thorax computed tomography examinations in pediatric radiology / Michael Kimmeyer
17:08 – Radiation exposure during central venous catheters insertion in children / Mariana Pereira
17:16 – New enema technique for acute ileocolic intussusception’s treatment under ultrasound control with a solution of warm isotonic saline serum and ultrasound contrast medium / Alexandre Malakhia
17:24 – Sclerotherapy in the treatment of common lymphatic malformations “Myth or Reality “: a 23-year single center experience / Josee Dubois
17:32 – Entrance skin dose and gonadal dose in neonates and infants undergoing micturating cystourethrography: the effect of transition from analogue to digital equipment / Kostas Perisinakis

18:00 – 19:30
Auditorium

GI-GU: TF SESSION
Moderators:  Lil-Sofie ORDING-MULLER, Philippe PETIT
18:00 – Imaging congenital malformations of female genitalia in adults – what pediatric radiologists should know about late clinical manifestations, complications and imaging approaches / Rosemarie FORSTNER
18:20 Liver pathology in children with Fontan work-up and follow-up why, when and whom / Giulia PERUCCA,  Stéphanie FRANCHI ABELLA, Charlotte DE LANGE
18:50 – Urinary tract dilatation – an update on terminology and consistency / Michael RICCABONA
19:10 – Pelvic ultrasound in children – additional benefit of perineal approach / Magdalena WOZNIAK

18:00 – 19:30
Room 2

NEURO: TF SESSION
Moderators: Maria ARGYROPOULOUI, David GREVENT
18:00Pediatric stroke: the role of the radiologist in diagnosis and treatment / Grégoire BOULOUIS
18:20 – Use of brain age prediction models to predict clinical behavioral scores / Susan Sotardi
18:28 – Epidemiology, outcomes and imaging protocols in intracranial empyema complicating sinusitis in childhood / Sara Agouzoul
18:36 – Is low-grade intraventricular hemorrhage in very preterm babies an innocent condition? Structural and functional evaluation of the brain reveals regional neurodevelopmental abnormalities / Vasileios Xydis
18:44 – Resting-state functional MRI for epileptic focus detection in children / Volodia Dangouloff-Ros
18:52 – Is rupture/thrombosis of bridging veins (RTBV) observed at birth? / Catherine Adamsbaum
19:00 – Incidental Findings on Brain MR Imaging in Low Risk Term Neonates in the Developing Human Connectome Project / Olivia Carney
19:08 – Ultrasound shear wave elastography of preterm neonatal brain / Marianne Alison

19:30

ADJOURNMENT

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