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 Webinar | 26th October 2023

Liver imaging is one of the regular tasks in our everyday workload. To maintain and improve our performance in evaluating these examinations, it requires becoming familiar with the latest developments in the field.

In this webinar we will have the opportunity to listen to presentations from internationally renowned experts on liver imaging, giving us updates on the most up-to-date, practical knowledge of imaging differential diagnostics of focal liver lesions, with special focus on the use of hepatobiliary contrast agents.

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Scientific Programme

(time zone CET)

03.00 pm – Welcome & Opening | Alessandro Roncacci & Rosana Santos :: Alessandro Roncacci & Rosana Santos

03.05 pm – Opening :: András Palkó

03.10 pm – Differential Diagnosis of focal liver lesions :: G. Brancatelli

03.40 pm – Hepatobiliary contrast agents in liver diseases :: A. Ba-Ssalamah

04.10 pm – Q&A

04.25 pm –Closing remarks




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Target Audience

The webinar is organized for radiologists, radiographers, other roles with interest in liver imaging


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Prof Ahmed Ba-Ssalamah MD, Professor of Radiology, Medical University of Vienna, MedUni Vienna · Department of Biomedical Imaging and Image-guided Therapy, Austria
Prof András Palkó Professor Emeritus, Department of Radiology, University of Szeged, Hungary
Prof Giuseppe Brancatelli  Professor and Chairman of the Department of Radiology at the University of Palermo, Italy,  Chairman of the Membership Committee of the European Society of Gastrointestinal and Abdominal Radiology (ESGAR)


Organizing Committee

András Palkó  Subspecialty Group Expert for GI & Abdo Imaging, Affidea Group
Alessandro Roncacci Senior Vice President CMO, Affidea Group
Inês Ferreira
 Clinical Education Projects Coordinator, Affidea Group
Marina Gerszewska Clinical Education Projects Coordinator, Affidea Group
Rosana Santos Clinical Education Scientific Leader, Affidea Group

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