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  • MONDAY JUNE 3
    08:45-09:00
    WELCOME
    ROOM: GIRALDA
    09:00-10:30
    IMAGING PEDIATRIC EMERGENCIES
    ROOM: GIRALDA
     
    Gastrointestinal emergencies

    Moderator:
    Juan Hernández. Tenerife
    09:00-09:20 Acute neonatal abdomen
    Alan Daneman. Toronto
    09:20-09:40 Ultrasound road of gastrointestinal emergencies from stomach to rectum
    Jovan Lovrenski. Novi Sad
    09:40-10:00 Acute diseases of the liver, biliary tree, and pancreas
    Stéphanie Franchi-Abella. Paris
    10:00-10:20 Interventional radiology in the emergency department
    Carmen Gallego. Madrid
    10:20-10:30 Discussion

    09:00-10:30
    IMAGING CONGENITAL ANOMALIES
    ROOM: SANTA CRUZ

    Brain malformations
     
    Moderator:
    Monica Rebollo. Geneva
     
     09:00-09:20 3D models of human development
    Karl Jacobs. Amsterdam
    09:20-09:40 Normal and abnormal brain development
    Beth Kline-Fath. Cincinnati
    09:40-10:00 Post-mortem imaging of the normal fetal brain
    Christian Mitter. Vienna
    10:00-10:20 Fetal neuroimaging. Clues for pattern recognition
    Elida Vazquez. Barcelona
    10:20-10:30 Discussion
    10:30-11:00 Coffee Break
    11:00-12:30
    IMAGING PEDIATRIC EMERGENCIES
    ROOM: GIRALDA
    Genitourinary emergencies
     
    Moderator:
    Marta Tijerin. Gijón.
     
    11:00-11:20 Acute hydronephrosis
    Fred Avni. Brussels
    11:20-11:40 Complicated urinary tract infections
    Lil-Sofie Ording Müller. Oslo
    11:40-12:00 Testicular torsion, manual detorsion
    José Luis Vázquez. Vigo
    12:00-12:20
    Rapid-fire cases abdomen
    Seema Toso. Geneva
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    12:20-12:30 Discussion
    11:00-12:30
    IMAGING CONGENITAL ANOMALIES
    ROOM: SANTA CRUZ
     
    Brain malformations

    Moderator:
    Elida Vázquez. Barcelona
     
    11:00-11:20 Imaging of supratentorial malformations
    Elka Miller. Toronto
    11:20-11:40 Imaging of posterior fossa malformations
    Catherine Garel. Paris
    11:40-12:00 Post-mortem imaging of brain malformations
    Stacy Goergen. Melbourne
    12:00-12:20
    Rapid-fire cases brain malformations
    Monica Rebollo. Geneva
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    12:20-12:30 Discussion

    12:30-13:30 Lunch Break
    13:30-15:00
    IMAGING PEDIATRIC EMERGENCIES
    ROOM: GIRALDA
     
    Musculo-skeletal emergencies
     
    Moderator:
    Emilio Inarejos. Barcelona
     
    13:30-13:50 Apendicular fractures and dyslocations
    Marta Tijerin. Gijón
    13:50-14:10 Non-accidental injury
    Ignasi Barber. Barcelona
    14:10-14:30 Sport injuries of the adolescent
    Luis Cerezal. Santander
    14:30-14:50 Osteomyelitis and arthritis
    Amaka Offiah. Sheffield
    14:50-15:00 Discussion
    13:30-15:00
    IMAGING CONGENITAL ANOMALIES
    ROOM: SANTA CRUZ
    Congenital cardio-thoracic anomalies
     
    Moderator:
    Roberto Llorens. Valencia
     
    13:30-13:50 Imaging of congenital lung anomalies
    Marie Cassart. Brussels
    13:50-14:10 Fetal cardiac MRI
    Davide Curione. Roma
    14:10-14:30 Postmortem imaging of cardiothoracic anomalies
    Owen Arthurs. London
    14:30-14:50
    Rapid-fire cases congenital chest anomalies
    Teresa Victoria. Boston
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    14:50-15:00 Discussion
    15:00-15:30 Coffee break
    15:30-17:00
    IMAGING PEDIATRIC EMERGENCIES
    ROOM: GIRALDA
     
    Chest emergencies
     
    Moderator:
    Jovan Lovrenski. Novi Sad
     
    15:30-15:50 Complicated lung Infections
    Luis Riera. Barcelona
    15:50-16:10 Foreign bodies: aspirated and ingested
    Ola Kvist. Stockholm
    16:10-16:30 Lung ultrasound in the Emergency Department
    Maria Raissaki. Heraklion
    16:30-16:50
    Rapid-fire cases chest
    Juan Hernandez. Tenerife
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    16:50-17:00 Discussion
    15:30-17:00
    IMAGING CONGENITAL ANOMALIES
    ROOM: SANTA CRUZ
     
    Congenital abdominal anomalies
     
    Moderator:
    Fred Avni. Brussels
     
    15:30-15:50 Congenital gastrointestinal anomalies
    Leonor Alamo. Laussane
    15:50-16:10 Congenital genitourinary anomalies
    Roberto Llorens. Valencia
    16:10-16:30 Imaging of anorectal malformations
    Angel Lancharro. Madrid
    16:30-16:50 Post-mortem imaging of congenital abdominal anomalies
    Susan Shelmerdine. London
    16:50-17:00 Discussion
  • TUESDAY JUNE 4
    08:30-10:30
    IMAGING PEDIATRIC EMERGENCIES
    ROOM: GIRALDA
     
    Neuroimaging emergencies

    Moderator:
    Julie Hurteau. Ottawa.

    08:30-08:50
    Acute neonatal brain
    Jordi Roldán. Mallorca
    08:50-09:10
    Diagnosis and treatment of pediatric stroke
    Prakash  Muthusami. Toronto
    09:10-09:30
    Mimickers of pediatric stroke
    Yolanda Ruiz. Madrid
    09:30-09:50
    Demyelinating Diseases
    Li-tal Pratt. Tel Aviv
    09:50-10:10
    Hydrocephalus: from fetus to adolescent
    Gabrielle Colleran. Dublin
    10:10-10:30
    Rapid-fire cases brain
    Felice D’Arco. London
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    10:20-10:30 Discussion

    08:30-10:30
    NEW IMAGING TECHNIQUES: TIPS AND TRICKS
    ROOM: SANTA CRUZ
    Body Imaging

    Moderator:
    Govind Chavhan. Toronto
     
     08:30-08:50 Photon counting CT
    Pierluigi Ciet. Rotterdam
    08:50-09:10 Whole body MRI
    Emilio Inarejos. Barcelona
    09:10-09:30 MR urography
    Hansel Otero. Philadelphia
    09:30-09:50 Advanced MRI of the liver, biliary tree and pancreas
    Andrew Trout. Cincinatti
    09:50-10:10 Lung MRI
    Pierluigi Ciet. Rotterdam
    10:10-10:30 Real Time MRI
    Franz Wolfgang Hirsch. Leipzig
    10:20-10:30 Discussion
    10:30-11:00 Coffee Break
    11:00-12:30
    IMAGING PEDIATRIC EMERGENCIES
    ROOM: GIRALDA
    Emergencies of the brain, spine, head and neck

    Moderator:
    Felice D'Arco. London
     
    11:00-11:20 Brain infections
    Claudia Lazarte. Lima
    11:20-11:40 Acute spinal emergencies
    José Miguel Escudero. Barcelona
    11:40-12:00 Head and neck emergencies
    Elka Miller. Toronto
    12:00-12:20
    Rapid-fire cases Head & Neck
    Julie Hurteau. Ottawa
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    12:20-12:30 Discussion
    11:00-12:30
    NEW IMAGING TECHNIQUES: TIPS AND TRICKS
    ROOM: SANTA CRUZ
     
    Cardiovascular imaging
     
    Moderator:
    Carlos Marín. Madrid
     
    11:00-11:20 3D quantitative cardiovascular CT
    Hyun Woo Goo. Seoul
    11:20-11:40 Cardiac 3D modelling and printing
    Shi-Joon Yoo. Toronto
    11:40-12:00 4D-flow cardiovascular MRI
    Julia Geiger. Zurich
    12:00-12:20 MR lymphangiography
    Govind Chavhan. Toronto
    12:20-12:30 Discussion
    12:30-13:30 Lunch Break
    13:30-15:00
    IMAGING PEDIATRIC EMERGENCIES
    ROOM: GIRALDA
    Cardiovascular emergencies
     
    Moderator:
    Chris Lam. Toronto
     
    13:30-13:50 Thoraco-abdominal trauma: Interesting cases
    Dr. Samantha Gerrie. Toronto
    13:50-14:10 Acute anomalies of the pulmonary vessels
    Carlos Marin. Madrid
    14:10-14:30 Acute complications in patients with congenital heart disease
    Charlotte de Lange. Gothenburg
    14:30-14:50
    Rapid-fire cases cardiovascular
    Chris Lam. Toronto
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    14:50-15:00 Discussion
    13:30-15:00
    NEW IMAGING TECHNIQUES: TIPS AND TRICKS
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    New neuroimaging techniques
     
    Moderator:
    Jordi Roldán. Mallorca
     
    13:30-13:50 Arterial Spin Labelling
    Volodia Dangouloff-Ros. Paris
    13:50-14:10 Imaging in the intraoperative - MRI setting
    Dr. Shivaram Avula. Liverpool
    14:10-14:30 Brain connectomics
    Maria I. Argyropoulou. Ioannina
    14:30-14:50 Pediatric brain MRI with 7 Tesla
    Camilo Jaimes. Boston
    14:50-15:00 Discussion
    15:00-15:30 Coffee break
    15:30-17:00
    IMAGING PEDIATRIC EMERGENCIES
    ROOM: GIRALDA
    Emergencies in Immunocompromised children
     
    Moderator:
    Kamaldine Oudjhane. Toronto
     
    15:30-15:50 Acute brain pathology in immunocompromised children
    Camilo Jaimes. Boston
    15:50-16:10 Acute lung pathology in immunocompromised children
    David Manson. Toronto
    16:10-16:30 Acute abdominal anomalies in immunocompromised children
    Rutger Jan Nievelstein. Utrecht
    16:30-16:50 Imaging the bone marrow in immunocompromised children
    Sara Sirvent. Madrid
    16:50-17:00 Discussion
    15:30-17:00
    NEW IMAGING TECHNIQUES: TIPS AND TRICKS
    ROOM: SANTA CRUZ
     
    Body ultrasound

    Moderator:
    Ángel Lancharro. Madrid
     
    15:30-15:50 Ultrasound elastography
    Teresa Cañas. Madrid
    15:50-16:10
    Contrast-enhanced Voiding Urosonography
    Aurélie D’Hondt. Brussels
    16:10-16:30 Doppler ultrasound of the abdomen revisited
    Govind Chavhan. Toronto
    16:30-16:50 Intravascular contrast-enhanced ultrasound
    Carmelo Sofia. Messina
    16:50-17:00 Discussion

  • WEDNESDAY JUNE 5
    08:00-08:15
    OPENING CEREMONY
    ROOM: GIRALDA

    Presenters:
    Maria I. Argyropoulou, Ioannina
    Pablo Caro Domínguez, Sevilla
    08:15-09:45
    ABDOMINAL IMAGING TASKFORCE SESSION
    ROOM: GIRALDA
     
    Moderator:
    Philippe Petit. Marseille
    Lil-Sofie Ording Muller. Oslo

    08:15-08:45 Procedural recommendations for Intussusception reduction. What's the evidence?
    Giulia Perucca. Turin
    08:45-09:15 Abdominal imaging in precocious puberty. Can imaging determine onset of puberty?
    Anne Smets. Amsterdam
    09:15-09:45 Approach to renal cysts in children. When and how to image and can we use the Bosniak classification?
    Carmelo Sofia. Messina

    08:15-09:45
    SCIENTIFIC SESSION NEUROIMAGING
    ROOM: SANTA CRUZ
     
    Moderator:
    Felice D’Arco. London
     
     08:15-08:35 Keynote lecture: Neuroimaging approach for the diagnosis of mitochondrial disorders
    Cesar Alves. Philadelphia
    08:35-09:45 Scientific oral presentations

    SC-01
    IMPACT OF INTRAOPERATIVE MRI IN A PEDIATRIC EPILEPSY SURGERY PROGRAM. DOES IT MAKE A DIFFERENCE?
    Jordi Muchart1, Santiago Candela1, Marta Gómez-Chiari1, Jordi Rumià2, Mariana Planells1, Jarek Smiechowicz1, Javier Aparicio1, Mª Alejandra Climent1, Manuel Gómez1, Laura Palau1, Victoria Becerra1, José Hinojosa1. 1Hospital Universitari Sant Joan de Déu, Barcelona, Spain; 2Hospital Clínic, Barcelona, Spain.

    SC-02
    FETAL MR IMAGING ANATOMY OF THE TRANSVERSE TEMPORAL GYRUS (HESCHL GYRUS)
    Eleonora Piccirilli1, Chiara Marchetti2, Valentina Panara2, Claudio Celentano3, Francesco D’antonio4, Stefano Sensi5, Andrea Righini6, Massimo Caulo7. 1Department of Neuroscience, Imaging and Clinical Sciences, University of Chieti - Oncological and Advanced Neuroradiology Unit, Department of Imaging, Bambino Gesù Children's Hospitall, Chieti/Rome, Italy; 2Department of Radiology, Santissima Annunziata Hospital, Chieti, Italy; 3Obstetrics and Gynaecology Unit, Santo Spirito Hospital, Pescara, Italy; 4Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Chieti, Chieti, Italy; 5Department of Neuroscience, Imaging and Clinical Science, Chieti, Italy; 6Neuroradiology Unit, Pediatric Radiology Department, Vittore Buzzi Children's Hospital,, Milan, Italy; 7Department of Neuroscience, Imaging and Clinical Sciences, University of Chietii, Chieti, Italy.

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    THE MYELIC LIMITED DORSAL MALFORMATION: PRENATAL ULTRASONOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS OF AN INTERMEDIATE FORM OF DYSRAPHISM
    Saskia Vande Perre1, Lucie Guilbaud2, Timothée De Saint-Denis3, Paul Maurice2, Pauline Lallemant-Dudek4, Emeline Maisonneuve5, Ferdinand Dhombres5, Eléonore Blondiaux1, Hubert Ducou Le Pointe1, Michel Zerah3, Jean-Marie Jouannic5, Catherine Garel1. 1Service de Radiopédiatrie, Hôpital Armand-Trousseau, AP-HP, Médecine Sorbonne Université, Paris, France; 2Service de Médecine Fœtale, Centre de Référence Maladies Rares MAVEM, Hôpital Armand-Trousseau, AP-HP, Médecine Sorbonne Université, Paris, France; 3Service de Neurochirurgie Pédiatrique, Centre de Référence Maladies Rares MAVEM, Hôpital Necker, AP-HP, Paris, France; 4Service de Médecine Physique et Réadaptation Pédiatrique, AP-HP, Médecine Sorbonne Université, Paris, France; 5Service de Médecine Fœtale, Centre de Référence Maladies Rares MAVEM, Hôpital Armand-Trousseau, AP-HP, Paris, France.

    SC-04
    IMAGING PATTERNS OF NEONATAL SUBPIAL HEMORRHAGE AND ASSOCIATIONS WITH NEUROLOGICAL PHENOTYPE
    Santiago Martinez-Correa, Jatin Sharma, Patricia Rafful, Sonika Agarwal, Sara Reis Teixeira. Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, United States.

    SC-05
    PRENATAL DIAGNOSIS OF VERMIAN CYST: A NEW TYPE OF POSTERIOR FOSSA CYST
    Justine Chanclud, Stéphanie Valence, Saskia Vande Perre, Lucie Guilbaud, Marie-Laure Moutard, Jean-Marie Jouannic, Hubert Ducou Le Pointe, Eléonore Blondiaux, Catherine Garel. Armand Trousseau Hospital, Paris, France.

    SC-06
    VEIN OF GALEN ANEURYSMAL MALFORMATIONS (VOGMS), FROM FETAL DIAGNOSIS TO NEONATAL ENDOVASCULAR MANAGEMENT/TREATMENT: WHAT THE PEDIATRIC NEURORADIOLOGIST NEEDS TO KNOW.
    Chiara Carducci1, Giulia Lucignani1, Alessia Carboni1, Maria Camilla Rossi-Espagnet1, Sara Savelli2, Carlo Gandolfo1. 1Diagnostic and Interventional Neuroradiology Unit, Bambino Gesù Children's Hospital, Roma, Italy; 2Imaging Department, Bambino Gesù Children's Hospital, Roma, Italy.

    SC-07
    IMAGING FINDINGS IN CHILDREN WHO ARE CANDIDATES FOR COCHLEAR IMPLANTATION
    Daniel Moreno Real, Teresa Busquier Cerdán, Marina Rodríguez Yanes. Hospital Universitario Virgen Macarena, Sevilla, Spain.

    SC-08
    LEARNING PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE AND THEIR IMPACT ON NEURODEVELOPMENT AND BRAIN PLASTICITY IN CHILDREN
    Caroline Cesário Jordão1, João Miguel Seabra Castelhano1, Ana Pina Rodrigues1, Maria Emilia De Oliveira Santos Costa Bigotte Almeida2, Ana Rita Assunção Teixeira1, Henrique Santos Do Carmo Madeira1, Inês De Sousa Bernardino1, João Durães1, Miguel De Sá E Sousa De Castelo Branco1, Ricardo Almeida2, Isabel Catarina Duarte1, Sónia Gomes Afonso1, Susana Isabel Simão Mouga1. 1University of Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal; 2CASPAE, Coimbra, Portugal.

    SC-09
    EVALUATION OF REGRESSION OF NEURODEGENERATIVE LESIONS IN CHILDREN WITH REFRACTORY LANGERHANS CELL HISTIOCYTOSIS, AFTER MAPK INHIBITOR OPTIMIZATION
    François Chalard1, Aurélie O'keane1, Mohamed Aziz Barkaoui1, Alexandra Salmon2, Nathalie Aladjidi3, Sébastien Héritier1, Hubert Ducou Le Pointe1, Jean Donadieu1. 1Hôpital Armand Trousseau, Paris, France; 2University Hospital of Strasbourg, Strasbourg, France; 3Bordeaux University Hospital, Bordeaux, France.

    09:45-10:30
    AWARDS CEREMONY
    ROOM: GIRALDA
     
    Presenters:
    Catherine Owens. London
    Stéphanie Franchi Abella. París
    Pilar García Peña. Barcelona
    María I. Argyropoulou. Ioannina
     
    Gold Medal:
    Karen Rosendahl. Tromso
     
    Honorary Membership:
    Philippe Petit. Marseille
    Elida Vazquez. Barcelona
    Andrea Rossi. Genoa
    10:30-11:00 Coffee Break
    11:00-12:30
    NEUROIMAGING TASKFORCE SESSION
    ROOM: GIRALDA
     
    Moderator:
    Maria I. Argyropoulou. Ioannina
     
    11:00-11:30 Innovative imaging-guided neurosurgery
    Thomas Blauwblomme & Kevin Beccaria Paris
    11:30-12:00 Brain tumors: postoperative imaging from day 1 to long-term follow up
    Volodia Dangouloff-Ros. Paris
    12:00-12:30 Tumor predisposition syndromes: what are we looking for?
    Ulrike Löbel. London
    11:00-12:30
    SCIENTIFIC SESSION ONCOLOGY
    ROOM: SANTA CRUZ
     
    Moderator:
    Govind Chavhan. Toronto
     
    11:00-11:20 Keynote lecture: Ultrasound of Pediatric Thyroid Nodules
    Alan Daneman. Toronto
    11:20-12:30 Scientific Oral presentations

    SC-10
    PREDICTIVE VALUE OF EARLY RADIOLOGIC TUMOR VOLUME RESPONSE IN IRS GROUP III RHABDOMYOSARCOMA; RESULTS OF THE EUROPEAN PAEDIATRIC SOFT TISSUE SARCOMA STUDY GROUP RMS 2005
    Isabelle De Vries1, Carlo Morosi2, Gianni Bisogno3, Veronique Minard-Colin4, Beatrice Coppadoro5, Ilaria Zanetti6, Andrea Ferrari7, Daniel Orbach8, Salma Moalla9, Myriam Ben-Arush10, Christine Devalck11, Roelof Van Ewijk1, Kieran Mchugh12, Meriel Jenney13, Julia Chisholm14, Gabriela Guillen15, Henry Mandeville16, Johannes Merks17, Rick Van Rijn18. 1Princess Maxima Center for Pediatric Oncology, Utrecht, Netherlands; 2Department of Radiology, Fondazione IRCCS Istituto Nazionale dei Tumori di Milano, Milan, Italy; 3Department of Women’s and Children’s Health, University of Padua and Pediatric Hematology Oncology Division, University Hospital of Padua, Padua, Italy; 4Department of Pediatric and Adolescent Oncology, Gustave-Roussy, Université Paris-Saclay, Villejuif, France; 5Department of Women’s and Children’s Health, University of Padua, Padua, Italy; 6Pediatric Hematology Oncology Division, University Hospital of Padua, Padua, Italy; 7Pediatric Oncology Unit, Fondazione IRCCS Istituto Nazionale dei Tumori di Milano, Milan, Italy; 8SIREDO Oncology Center (Care, Innovation and Research for Children, Adolescents and Young Adults with Cancer), PSL University, Institut Curie, Paris, France; 9Department of Pediatric and Adolescent Oncology, Gustave-Roussy, Université Paris-Saclay,, Paris, France; 10Rambam Medical Center, Joan and Sanford Weill Pediatric Hematology Oncology and Bone Marrow Transplantation Division, Ruth Rappaport Children's Hospital, Haifa, Israel; 11Department Hematology Oncology, HUDERF, ULB, HUB, Brussels, Belgium; 12Department of Radiology, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust, London, United Kingdom; 13Department of Paediatric Oncology, Children's Hospital for Wales, Heath Park, Cardiff, United Kingdom; 14Children and Young Peoples Unit, Royal Marsden Hospital and Institute of Cancer Research,, Sutton, United Kingdom; 15Department of Pediatric Surgery, Hospital Infantil Universitari Vall d'Hebron, Barcelona, United Kingdom; 16Department of Radiotherapy, Royal Marsden Hospital and The Institute of Cancer Research, Sutton, United Kingdom; 17Princess Maxima Center for Pediatric Oncology and Division of Imaging and Oncology, University Medical Center Utrecht, University of Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands; 18Department of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, Amsterdam UMC – Emma Children’s Hospital, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

    SC-11
    MULTIMODALITY DETECTION OF TUMOUR RUPTURE IN CHILDREN WITH WILMS TUMOUR
    Kristina Dzhuma1, Minou Oostveen2, Tom Watson1, Mark Powis3, Gordan Vujanic4, Daniel Saunders5, Reem Reem Al-Saadi6, Tanzina Chowdhury1, Angela Lopez6, Jesper Brok7, Sabine Irtan8, Richard Williams9, Suzanne Tugnait6, Susan Shelmerdine1, Oystein Olsen1, Kathy Pritchard-Jones6. 1Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust, London, United Kingdom; 2Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester, United Kingdom; 3Leeds Teaching Hospitals, Leeds, United Kingdom; 4Sidra Medicine, Doha, Qatar; 5Christie Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester, United Kingdom; 6University College London Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health, London, United Kingdom; 7Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen, Denmark; 8Trousseau Hospital, Paris, France; 9Imperial College London, London, United Kingdom.

    SC-12
    IMAGING FEATURES OF PATHOLOGICALLY PROVEN PEDIATRIC ANGIOSARCOMAS: CLINICAL AND RADIOLOGICAL REVIEW.
    Musab Almushayqih, Govind Chavhan, Rose Chami, Afsaneh Amirabadi. SickKids Hospital, Toronto, Canada.

    SC-13
    ACCURACY OF 18F-FDG PET/CT AND PET/MRI IN PREDICTING LYMPH NODE INVOLVEMENT IN PEDIATRIC RHABDOMYOSARCOMAS
    Dana Alkhulaifat1, Alejandra Alfonso Trujillo2, Naomi Balamuth1, Lisa States1. 1Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, United States; 2University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico, United States.

    SC-14
    IMAGING FEATURES OF POSTTRANSPLANT LYMPHOPROLIFERATIVE DISORDERS DEVELOPING AFTER LIVER AND KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION IN PEDIATRIC PATIENTS
    Hande Özen Atalay, Hakan Dogan, Evren Uzer, Evrim Özmen. Koc University, Istanbul, Turkey.

    SC-15
    NEPHRON-SPARING SURGERY IN PAEDIATRIC RENAL TUMOURS: INTRA-OPERATIVE ULTRASOUND AND MARGIN POSITIVITY RATE
    Riwa Meshaka, Quynh Tran, Fariba Williams, Carolina Bebi, Alexander Cho, Naima Smeulders, Tom Watson. Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, London, United Kingdom.

    SC-16
    INFERIOR VENA CAVA PATCH RECONSTRUCTION (IVC-PR) FOLLOWING TUMOUR THROMBUS RESECTION (TTR) – OUR IMAGING EXPERIENCE.
    Emma Allan1, Kristina Dzhuma2, Alexander Cho2, Naima Smeulders2, Tom Watson1. 1Great Ormond Street Hospital, Department of Radiology, London, United Kingdom; 2Great Ormond Street Hospital, Department of Urology, London, United Kingdom.

    SC-17
    SURVEILLANCE WHOLE BODY MRI (WBMRI) IN PATIENTS WITH LI FRAUMENI SYNDROME (LFS) – A REVIEW OF OUR EXPERIENCE FROM A QUATERNARY CENTRE
    Emma Allan1, Naomi Stagemen2, Mette Jorgensen2, Tom Watson1. 1Great Ormond Street Hospital, Department of Radiology, London, United Kingdom; 2Great Ormond Street Hospital, Department of Oncology, London, United Kingdom.

    SC-18
    ASSESSING O-RADS UTILITY IN PEDIATRIC OVARIAN MASSES FOR EFFECTIVE IMAGING CLASSIFICATION AND HISTOPATHOLOGICAL CORRELATION
    Eirini Katirtzidou, Meryle Laurent, Celine Habre, Seema Toso. HUG, Geneva, Switzerland.


    12:30-13:00
    JACQUES LEFEBVRE LECTURE
    ROOM: GIRALDA
     
    Moderator:
    Maria I. Argyropoulou. Ioannina
     
    Imaging Spinal Dysraphism.
    Andrea Rossi. Genoa

    13:00-14:00 Lunch Break
    14:00-15:30
    FETAL IMAGING TASKFORCE SESSION
    ROOM: GIRALDA
     
    Moderators:
    Monica Rebollo. Geneva
    Marta Gómez Chiari. Barcelona
     
    14:00-14:20 Early detection of cortical malformations. The 22 weeks challenge
    Andrea Righini. Milan
    14:20-14:40 MRI of fetal vascular malformations
    Willemjin Klein. Nijmegen
    14:40-15:00 Fetal MRI: physiology to function and artificial intelligence
    Trevor Gaunt. London
    15:00-15:20 Fetal therapy. How the radiologist can help
    Teresa Victoria. Boston
    15:20-15:30 Discussion
    14:00-15:30
    SCIENTIFIC SESSION ABDOMEN
    ROOM: SANTA CRUZ
     
    Moderator:
    Philippe Petit. Marseille
     
    14:00-14:20 Keynote lecture: Dual energy CT applications in pediatric patients
    Michael Gee. Boston
    14:20-15:30 Scientific oral presentations

    SC-19
    RADIOGRAPHIC AND SONOGRAPHIC FINDINGS IN NEWBORNS AND INFANTS WITH NECROTIZING/ISCHEMIC ENTEROCOLITIS - AN INSTITUTIONAL REVIEW
    Magdalena Sophie Schmidt, Christian Kellenberger, Irmhild Altmann. University Children`s Hospital Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland.

    SC-20
    INCREASED RENAL ECHOGENICITY? A PILOT STUDY ON QUANTITATIVE ULTRASOUND OF RENAL ECHOTEXTURE IN CHILDREN WITH ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY AND CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE
    Laura De Leon Benedetti1, Laith Sultan1, Hansel Otero1, Joya Sims1, Kate Fitzpatrick2, Julie Fitzgerald3, Susan Furth1, Benjamin Laskin1, Bernarda Viteri1. 1Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, United States; 2Sidney Kimmel Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, United States; 3Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, United States.

    SC-21
    FEATURES OF SUCCESSFUL ENEMA TECHNIQUE FOR DISTAL INTESTINAL OBSTRUCTION SYNDROME IN CYSTIC FIBROSIS
    Rebecca Dennis, Julian Lopez-Rippe, Mary Bridget Kastl, Laura Shanley, Wondwossen Lerebo, Maria Mascarenhas, Rosara Bass, Summer Kaplan. Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, United States.

    SC-22
    OVARIAN-ADNEXAL REPORTING AND DATA SYSTEM IN MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING (O-RADS MRI) RISK STRATIFICATION SYSTEM IN THE PEDIATRIC POPULATION: A PILOT STUDY
    Gianluca Folco1, Alice Munari2, Caterina Beatrice Monti1, Francesco Rizzetto1, Salvatore Zirpoli2. 1University of Milan, Milan, Italy; 2Children's Hospital VIttore Buzzi, Milan, Italy.

    SC-23
    SHEAR WAVE ELASTOGRAPHY OF KIDNEYS IN CHILDREN: UTILITY IN DISTINGUISHING STEROID-RESISTANT AND STEROID-SENSITIVE NEPHROTIC SYNDROME
    Anmol Bhatia, Harshith Gowda, Karalanglin Tiewsoh, Akshay Saxena, Lesa Dawman, Kushaljit Sodhi. PGIMER, Chandigarh, India.

    SC-24
    GALLBLADDER POLYPS IN CHILDREN: RADIOLOGICAL FEATURES AND CLINICAL CHARACTERISTICS FROM A 20-YEAR EXPERIENCE AT A TERTIARY PAEDIATRIC CENTRE
    Fatemeh Hadian, Pattamon Sutthatarn, Cathy Macdonald, Augusto Zani, Mary-Louise Greer. The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada.

    SC-25
    VISIBILITY AND SIZE OF THE PANCREATIC DUCT AND COMMON BILE DUCT IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS WITHOUT PANCREATIC DISEASE
    Murat Kocaoglu, Nadeen Abu Ata, Alexander Towbin, Andrew Trout. Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Department of Radiology, Cincinnati, United States.

    SC-26
    CONTRAST-ENHANCED ULTRASOUND COMPARED TO LIVER-SPECIFIC MRI IN PEDIATRIC LIVER LESIONS: WHICH PERFORMS BETTER?
    Lauramay Davis, Tatiana Morales, Wondwossen Lerebo, Aikaterini Ntoulia, Rebecca Dennis, Sudha Anupindi, Kassa Darge, Susan J. Back. Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, United States.

    SC-27
    FREE-BREATHING NON-CONTRAST-ENHANCED MR ANGIOGRAPHY: A FEASIBILITY STUDY FOR THE DETECTION OF ANATOMICAL VARIANTS OF ABDOMINAL VESSELS IN PEDIATRIC PATIENTS.
    Jakob Spogis, Michael Esser, Ilias Tsiflikas, Jürgen Schäfer. University Hospital Tübingen, Tübingen, Germany.

    15:30-16:00 Coffee break
    16:00-17:30
    POSTMORTEM IMAGING TASKFORCE SESSION
    ROOM: GIRALDA
     
    Moderator:
    Owen Arthurs. London
     
    16:00-16:20 Fetal brain abnormalities: is antenatal or post mortem imaging best?
    Stacy Goergen. Melbourne
    16:20-16:40 What does a pathologist need from fetal post mortem imaging
    Silvia Planas. Barcelona
    16:40-17:00 Forensic post mortem CT: basics to advanced
    Sharon Gould. Orlando
    17:00-17:20 Micro CT for fractures in suspected physical abuse: what are we missing?
    Owen Arthurs. London
    17:20-17:30 Discussion
    16:00-17:30
    SCIENTIFIC SESSION MUSCULOSKELETAL IMAGING
    ROOM: SANTA CRUZ
     
    Moderator:
    Laura Tanturri de Horatio. Rome
     
    16:00-16:20 Keynote lecture: State of the art US in Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis
    Emilio Inarejos. Barcelona
    16:20-17:30 Scientific oral presentations

    SC-28
    ASSESSMENT OF RELIABILITY OF THE OMERACT JUVENILE IDIOPATHIC ARTHRITIS MRI SCORING SYSTEM (OMERACT JAMRIS-SIJ)
    Dilek Sağlam, Hasan Emin Kaya, Başak Erdemli Gürsel, Kübra Zora, Bartu Barlas, Gökhan Gökalp, Sara Şebnem Kılıç Gültekin, İ̇lke Ercan, Zeynep Yazıcı. Uludag University, Bursa, Turkey.

    SC-29
    ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN CLINICAL JUVENILE IDIOPATHIC ARTHRITIS DISEASE STAGES AND MRI FINDINGS IN THE KNEE JOINT. PRELIMINARY RESULTS.
    Sílvia Costa Dias1, Diogo Costa Carvalho2, Miguel Castro2, Bac Nguyen3, Vitor Silva2, Isabel Ramos4, Iva Brito5, Karen Rosendahl6. 1Department of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine of the University of Porto (FMUP), Porto, Portugal. Department of Radiology, University Hospital Center of São João Porto (CHUSJ), Portugal, Porto, Portugal; 2Department of Radiology, University Hospital Center of São João Porto (CHUSJ), Portugal, Porto, Portugal; 3Division of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, Oslo University Hospital, Rikshospitalet, Oslo, Norway, Oslo, Norway; 4Department of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine of the University of Porto (FMUP), Porto, Portugal, Porto, Portugal; 5Department of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine of the University of Porto (FMUP), Porto, Portugal. Paediatric and young adult Rheumatology unit, University Hospital Center of São João (CHUSJ), Porto, Portugal, Porto, Portugal; 6Department of Clinical Medicine, Faculty of Health Sciences, UiT the Arctic University of Norway, Tromsø, Norway. Section of Paediatric Radiology, University Hospital of North Norway, Tromsø, Norway, Tromsø, Norway.

    SC-30
    MRI PREVALENCE OF TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINT (TMJ) INVOLVEMENT AT INITIAL DIAGNOSIS OF JUVENILE IDIOPATHIC ARTHRITIS (JIA).
    Lisa Ludes, Christian Kellenberger, Camilla Saladin, Silke Schroeder-Kohler. Kinderspital Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland.

    SC-31
    CRYOABLATION FOR ANEURYSMAL BONE CYSTS IN PAEDIATRIC PATIENTS: A TREATMENT OUTCOME REPORT
    Michael Zellner1, Christian Kellenberger1, Sarah Pistorius1, Thomas Dreher1, Thomas Pfammatter2, Patrick Knüsel3, Ralph Gnannt1. 1University Children's Hospital Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland; 2University Hospital Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland; 3Cantonal Hospital Graubünden, Chur, Switzerland.

    SC-32
    PERCUTANEOUS SCLEROTHERAPY OF LYMPHATIC MALFORMATIONS IN CHILDREN – THE KANTHA BOPHA CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL, CAMBODIAN EXPERIENCE
    Sithaung Ung1, Saosophal Kuy1, Raksmey Hun1, Santy Ky1, Christian Kellenberger2, Ralph Gnannt2. 1Kantha Bopha Children's Hospital, Phnom Penh, Cambodia; 2University Children's Hospital Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland.

    SC-34
    AI AUTOMATIC SEGMENTATION OF 2D AND 3D US WRIST IMAGES IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF PEDIATRIC DISTAL RADIAL FRACTURES
    Fatima Alves Pereira1, Jessica Knight2, Yuyue Zhou2, Christopher Keen2, Abhilash Hareendranathan2, Stephanie Wichuk2, Alan Brilz2, Jacob Jaremko2. 1Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals, Norwich, United Kingdom; 2University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada.

    SC-35
    HOW DO PARANASAL SINUSES APPEAR ON WHOLE-BODY MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING IN HEALTHY CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS?
    Torgrim Lysen Skiaker1, Rikard Bjørgve1, Pia Karin Zadig1, Elisabeth Von Brandis2, Lill Sofie Ording Müller2, Karen Rosendahl1, Derk Avenarius1. 1University Hospital of North Norway, Tromsø, Norway; 2Oslo University Hospital, Oslo, Norway.

    SC-36
    ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI) IN RADIOLOGICAL PAEDIATRIC FRACTURE ASSESSMENT: AN UPDATED SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
    Emma Allan1, Emily Ashworth1, Harsimran Laidlow-Singh2, Susan C Shelmerdine1. 1Great Ormond Street Hospital, London, United Kingdom; 2Evelina London Children's Hospital, London, United Kingdom.

    17:30-17:45
    HISTORY OF SPANISH PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY AND ESPR.
    ROOM: GIRALDA
    Javier Lucaya, Barcelona.
    17:45-19:00
    GENERAL ASSEMBLY
    ROOM: GIRALDA
  • THURSDAY JUNE 6
    08:30-10:00
    MUSCULOSKELETAL IMAGING TASKFORCE SESSION
    ROOM: GIRALDA
     
    Moderator:
    Karen Rosendhal. Tromsø

    08:30-08:50
    Revisiting Osteopenia
    Karen Rosendhal. Tromsø.
    08:50-09:10 New therapies, new imaging appearances
    Janina Patsch- Vienna.
    09:10-09:30 Whole Body MRI: can T2 DIXON replace T1 for bone marrow assessment?
    Laura Tanturri de Horatio. Rome
    09:30-09:50 Incidence of fractures in children under 2 years
    Ola Kvist. Stockholm
    09:50-10:00 Discussion

    08:30-10:00
    SCIENTIFIC SESSION CARDIO-THORACIC IMAGING
    ROOM: SANTA CRUZ
    Moderator:
    Christian Kellenberger. Zurich
     08:30-08:50
    Keynote lecture: State of the art imaging of vascular anomalies.
    Oscar Navarro. Toronto
    08:50-10:00 Scientific oral presentations

    SC-37
    CARDIAC MRI STRAIN CHANGE AFTER TRANSCATHETER PULMONARY VALVE REPLACEMENT IN SURGICALLY CORRECTED TETRALOGY OF FALLOT
    Sercin Ozkok. Basaksehir Cam and Sakura City Hospital; Koc University Biomedical Science and Engineering, Istanbul, Turkey.

    SC-38
    A DEEP LEARNING AUTOMATIC REGION OF INTEREST MODEL FOR 4D-FLOW MRI BLOOD FLOW VOLUME MEASUREMENT IN CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE
    Fraser Callaghan, Barbara Burkhardt, Julia Geiger, Emanuela Valsangiacomo Büchel, Christian Kellenberger. University Children's Hospital Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland.

    SC-39
    ARTERY OF ADAMKIEWICZ EVALUATION BY CTA PRIOR TO POSTEROLATERAL DESCENDING AORTOPEXY
    Jordan B Rapp1, Ammie M White1, Hansel J Otero1, Angel Velazquez Guzman1, Mintu Alexander2, Seth E Vatsky1, Abass Noor2, Thomas E Hamilton2, Rosa Hwang2, Erfan Akbari2, Karen I Ramirez-Suarez2, David M Biko2. 1Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, United States; 2Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, United States.

    SC-40
    DIAGNOSIS OF RESTRICTED FLOW IN BRANCH PULMONARY ARTERY STENOSIS USING BRANCH-TO-TOTAL PULMONARY ARTERY RATIO: A CARDIAC MRI STUDY
    Sercin Ozkok, Yigit Can Kartal, Ali Fuat Tekin, Tuba Banaz, Omer Altun, Berk Tutuncuoglu. Basaksehir Cam and Sakura City Hospital, Department of Radiology, Istanbul, Turkey.

    SC-41
    DISCORDANT PRENATAL US AND MRI MEASURES IN CONGENITAL DIAPHRAGMATIC HERNIA – DOES OBSERVED/EXPECTED LHR OR OBSERVED/EXPECTED TLV CORRELATE BETTER WITH POSTNATAL SURVIVAL?
    Edward Oliver, Leny Mathew, Sabrina Flohr, Cara Katterman, Riti Jupudi, Juliana Gebb, Tom Reynolds, Natalie Rintoul, Anne Ades, Beverly Coleman, Holly Hedrick. Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, United States.

    SC-42
    PREFUL MRI: SAFETY AND FEASIBILITY IN PEDIATRIC CARDIOTHORACIC ASSESSMENT FOR COMPREHENSIVE LUNG FUNCTION AND ANOMALY EVALUATION
    Teresa Santangelo1, Alessandra Ottavianelli2, Davide Curione1, Paolo Ciancarella1, Veronica Bordonaro1, Carmela Napolitano1, Adriano Carotti3, Aurelio Secinaro1. 1Advanced Cardiothoracic Imaging Unit and Multimodality Research Unit, Bambino Gesù Children’s Hospital, Rome, Italy; 2Radiology and Bioimaging Unit, Bambino Gesù Children’s Hospital, Rome, Italy; 3Unit of Complex Cardiac Surgery, Bambino Gesù Children’s Hospital, Rome, Italy.

    SC-43
    ACCELERATED CARDIAC MRI USING DEEP LEARNING FOR CARDIAC VOLUMETRICS IN CHILDREN
    Melina Köchli1, Fraser Callaghan1, Barbara Burkhardt1, Maélène Lohézic2, Xucheng Zhu3, Beate Rücker4, Emanuela Valsangiacomo1, Christian Kellenberger1, Julia Geiger1. 1University Children's Hospital, Zurich, Switzerland; 2GE Healthcare, Zurich, Switzerland; 3GE Healthcare, California, United States; 4University Children's Hospital, Zurich, Swaziland.

    SC-44
    ANOMALOUS PULMONARY VENOUS RETURN – RADIOLOGIC SPECTRUM AND ASSOCIATED ANOMALIES
    Vesna Topic1, Sasa Popovic2, Ivan Dizdarevic3. 1Department of Radiology, Institute for Mother and Child Health Care of Serbia “Dr Vukan Cupic”, Belgrade, Serbia; 2Department of Cardiology, Institute for Mother and Child Health Care of Serbia “Dr Vukan Cupic”, Belgrade, Serbia; 3Department of Paediatric Cardiothoracic Surgery, Institute for Mother and Child Health Care of Serbia “Dr Vukan Cupic”, Belgrade, Serbia.

    10:00-10:30 Coffee Break
    10:30-12:00
    CT-DOSE TASKFORCE SESSION
    ROOM: GIRALDA
    Moderator:
    Catherine Owens. London
     
    10:30-10:50
    Artificial Intelligence and dose optimisation in pediatric radiology
    Claudio Granata. Trieste
    10:50-11:10
    Photon counting CT: preliminary experience in children
    Juergen Schaefer. Tubingen
    11:10-11:30
    Radiation protection of children with cancer
    Joanna Kasznia-Brown. Bristol
    11:30-12:00
    Communication of risks and informed consent in paediatric imaging in Western and Eastern European Countries
    Sergio Salerno. Palermo
    Ilze Apine. Riga
    10:30-12:00
    JUNIOR ESPR SESSION
    ROOM: SANTA CRUZ
    Moderator:
    Julian Juergens. Germany
     
    10:30-10:35
    Chairperson's introduction
    Julian Juergens. Germany
    10:35-11:00
    Reducing errors in the paediatric radiology department
    Stephanie Franchi-Abella. Paris
    11:00-11:10
    Take home messages from an error I made
    Greg Chambers. Leeds
    11:10-11:30
    Take home messages from an error I made
    Philippe Petit. Marseille
    11:30-11:40
    Does learning from errors have to be painful?
    Aisling Fagan. Dublin
    11.40-11.50 Closing comments and audience Q+A.
    12:00-12:30
    JUNIOR ESPR LECTURE
    ROOM: GIRALDA
    Moderator:
    Julian Juergens. Germany
     
    Imaging Pediatric Ovaries
    Monica Epelman. Orlando

    12:30-13:30 Lunch Break
    13:30-15:00
    CARDIOTHORACIC IMAGING TASKFORCE SESSION
    ROOM: GIRALDA
    Moderator:
    Pierluigi Ciet. Rotterdam
     
    13:30-13:50 Pathophysiological, clinical, and therapeutical aspects of pulmonary hypertension in children
    Shahin Moledina. London
    13:50-14:10 Radiography and CT imaging of pulmonary hypertension
    Alistair Calder. London
    14:10-14:30 MR imaging of pulmonary hypertension
    Christian Kellenberger. Zurich
    14:30-14:50 Lessons learned from MRI-catheterization in children with pulmonary hypertension
    Davide Curione. Rome
    14:50-15:00 Discussion
    13:30-15:00
    SCIENTIFIC SESSION CHILD ABUSE AND POST-MORTEM IMAGING
    ROOM: SANTA CRUZ
    Moderator:
    Owen Arthurs. London
     
    13:30-13:50 Keynote lecture: Abusive head trauma
    Felice D’Arco. London
    13:50-15:00 Scientific oral presentations

    SC-46
    VARIATION IN USE OF NEUROIMAGING IN THE CARE OF INFANTS UNDERGOING SUBSPECIALTY EVALUATIONS FOR ABUSE: A MULTICENTER STUDY
    Emily Alpert1, Joanne Wood2, Justine Shults3, Daniel Lindberg4, Kristine Campbell5, Aashim Bhatia6, James Anderst7, Angela Bachim8, Rachel Berger9, Farah Brink10, Lori Frasier11, Nancy Harper12, John Melville13, Jan Leonard6, M. Katherine Henry2. 1Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, United States; 2Children's Hospital of Philadelphia / Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, United States; 3University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, United States; 4University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Aurora, United States; 5University of Utah, Salt Lake City, United States; 6Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, United States; 7Children's Mercy Kansas City / University of Missouri Kansas City School of Medicine, Kansas City, United States; 8Baylor College of Medicine / Texas Children's Hospital, Houston, United States; 9UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, United States; 10Nationwide Children's Hospital / The Ohio State University College of Medicine, Columbus, United States; 11Penn State Hershey Medical Center, Penn State Hershey College of Medicine, Hershey, United States; 12University of Minnesota School of Medicine, Minneapolis, United States; 13Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, United States.

    SC-47
    HOSPITAL-LEVEL STANDARDS OF CARE OF IMAGING IN SUSPECTED NON-ACCIDENTAL TRAUMA: A SURVEY OF SELECT U.S. CHILDREN’S HOSPITALS
    M. Katherine Henry1, Solrubi Cortes2, Cindy Christian1, Michael Francavilla3, Michelle Nagtegaal4, Rick Van Rijn5, Arastoo Vossough1, Joanne Wood1. 1Children's Hospital of Philadelphia / University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, United States; 2Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, United States; 3Whiddon College of Medicine, University of South Alabama, Mobile, United States; 4Netherlands Forensic Institute, The Hague, Netherlands; 5University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam UMC / Netherlands Forensic Institute, Amsterdam & The Hague, Netherlands.

    SC-48
    COMMUNICATING RADIATION RISK IN PATIENT DECISION AIDS INVOLVING IMAGING: A SCOPING REVIEW OF PRESENTATION FORMAT
    Shireen Hayatghaibi1, Trey Baird2, Melissa Previtera2, Sam Brady1, Davene Wright3, Andrew Trout1. 1Cincinnati Children's Hospital, Cincinnati, United States; 2University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, United States; 3Harvard Medical School, Boston, United States.

    SC-49
    PERFORMANCE OF FAST AND ULTRAFAST T2-WEIGHTED MRI SEQUENCES FOR COMMON CEREBRAL LESIONS IN CHILDREN
    Daniel Gräfe1, Rebecca Marie Anders1, Jens Frahm2, Dirk Voit2, Stefan-Horia Simion3, Andreas Merkenschlager4, Franz Wolfgang Hirsch1. 1Department of Pediatric Radiology, University Hospital, Leipzig, Germany; 2Biomedical NMR, Max Planck Institute for Multidisciplinary Sciences, Göttingen, Germany; 3Department of Radiology, Municipal Hospital, Dessau, Germany; 4Department of Pediatrics, University Hospital, Leipzig, Germany.

    SC-50
    INTRAVENOUS ADMINISTRATION OF ULTRASOUND CONTRAST TO CRITICALLY ILL PEDIATRIC PATIENTS.
    Becky Riggs1, Santiago Martinez-Correa2, Luis Tierradentro-Garcia2, Sophie Haddad2, Sudha Anupindi2, Susan J. Back2, Kassa Darge2, Misun Hwang2. 1OHSU Doernbecher Children's Hospital, Marquam Hill, Portland, United States; 2Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, United States.

    SC-51
    DOES THE POPULARITY OF PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY EDUCATIONAL CONTENT DIFFER ACROSS SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS?
    Michael D'alessandro, Donna D'alessandro. University of Iowa, Iowa City, United States.

    SC-52
    GLOBAL REVIEW OF CURRENT PRACTICES IN PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY FELLOWSHIP TRAINING: IDENTIFYING GAPS AND ENHANCING EDUCATIONAL QUALITY
    Charlotte Bitter, Eirini Katirtzidou, Meryle Laurent, Seema Toso. HUG, Geneva, Switzerland.

    SC-53
    RADIOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF COMPLICATIONS IN EXTREME PREMATURE NEWBORNS: PREVALENCE, PATTERNS, AND CLINICAL CORRELATIONS
    Eirini Katirtzidou, Meryle Laurent, Seema Toso, Francisca Barcos Muniz, Mónica Rebollo Polo. Hôpitaux Universitaires de Genève, Geneva, Switzerland.

    SC-54
    OPTIMISATION OF PAEDIATRIC BRAIN CT PERFUSION SCANS
    Amanda Perdomo, Fiona Ramanauskas, Mark Mackay, Cristina Mignone. The Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne, Australia.

    15:00-15:30 Coffee break
    15:30-17:00
    CHILD ABUSE TASKFORCE SESSION “MOVING TOWARDS CONSENSUS IN THE IMAGING OF SUSPECTED PHYSICAL ABUSE”
    ROOM: GIRALDA
    Moderators:
    Amaka Offiah. Sheffield
     
    15:30-15:45
    Evidence for a lack of consensus in imaging guidelines
    Flora Blangis. Paris
    15:45-15:55
    Introducing the International Guidelines for Imaging in Suspected Physical Abuse Consensus Group (IGISPA)
    Jai Sidpra. London
    15:55-16:10
    Gaps in our Knowledge - Skeletal Imaging
    Maria Olsen Fossmark. Tromsø
    16:10-16:25
    Gaps in our Knowledge - Visceral Imaging
    Anna van Kroonenburgh. Maastricht
    16:25-16:40
    Gaps in our Knowledge – Neuroimaging
    Aisling Fagan. Dublin
    16:40-16:55
    Considerations for low- and lower-middle-income countries
    Amal Saleh. Addis Ababa
    15:30-17:00
    RESEARCH COMMITTEE SESSION
    ROOM: SANTA CRUZ
    Moderator:
    Owen Arthurs. London
     
    15:30-16:00
    Platforms & data sharing
    Rutger J Nievelstein. Utrecht
    16:00-16:30
    European Cancer Imaging Initiative
    Luis Marti-Bonmati. Valencia
    16:30-17:00
    ESPR research committee projects
    Aurélie D’Hondt. Brussels
  • FRIDAY JUNE 7
    08:30-10:00
    ONCOLOGY TASKFORCE SESSION “TUMOR RUPTURE IN PEDIATRIC RENAL TUMORS – HOW TO DETECT AND HOW TO TREAT?”
    ROOM: GIRALDA
     
    Moderator:
    Rutger Jan Nievelstein. Utrecht

    08:30-08:50 Radiological perspective
    Herve Brisse. Paris
    08:50-09:10 Pathological perspective
    Ellen D'hooghe. Oslo.
    09:10-09:30 Surgical perspective
    Israel Fernández-Pineda. Dublin
    09:30-09:50 Radiotherapeutical perspective
    Patrick Melchior. Saarbrucken

    08:30-10:00
    SCIENTIFIC SESSION
    ROOM: SANTA CRUZ
     
    Moderator:
    Maria Navallas. Madrid
     
    08:30-08:50 Keynote lecture: Ultrasound of the palatine tonsils
    Ramon Sanchez-Jacobs. Washington
    08:50-10:00 Scientific Session

    SC-55
    AI AUTOMATIC SEGMENTATION OF 2D AND 3D US ELBOW IMAGES IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF PEDIATRIC SUPRACONDYLAR FRACTURES
    Fatima Alves Pereira1, Jessica Knight2, Yuyue Zhou2, Christopher Keen2, Abhilash Hareendranathan2, Jacob Jaremko2. 1Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals, Norwich, United Kingdom; 2University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada.

    SC-56.
    CLINICAL APPLICATION OF AN AI-BASED 3DSEGMENTATION TOOL FOR PEDIATRIC MR UROGRAPHY
    Nadja Maria Kocher, Christian Kellenberger, Fraser Callaghan. University Children‘s Hospital - Eleonore Foundation, Zurich, Switzerland.

    SC-57
    NEUROBLASTOMA OVERALL SURVIVAL MODELS BASED ON MAGNETIC RESONANCE RADIOMICS AND DEEP FEATURES
    Diana Veiga-Canuto1, Leonor Cerdá Alberich2, María Beser Robles2, Matías Fernández Patón2, Luis Martí-Bonmatí1. 1Hospital Universitari i Politècnic La Fe, Valencia, Spain; 2Instituto de Investigación Sanitaria La Fe, Valencia, Spain.

    SC-58
    CT-BASED RADIOMIC FEATURES OF BILATERAL AND UNILATERAL WILMS TUMORS
    Nazli Gulsum Akyel1, Sena Azamat2, Tuba Nur Tahtakesen Güçer3, Ali Ayçiçek3. 1Department of Pediatric Radiology, Basaksehir Cam and Sakura City Hospital, Istanbul, Turkey; 2Department of Radiology, Basaksehir Cam and Sakura City Hospital, Istanbul, Turkey; 3Department of Pediatric Hematology-Oncology, Basaksehir Cam and Sakura City Hospital, Istanbul, Turkey.

    SC-59
    REPRODUCIBILITY ANALYSIS OF RADIOMICS FEATURES ON T2 MR IMAGE AFTER PROCESSING AND SEGMENTATION CHANGES IN NEUROBLASTOMA TUMORS
    Diana Veiga-Canuto1, Matías Fernández Patón2, Leonor Cerdá Alberich2, José Miguel Carot Sierra3, Luis Martí-Bonmatí1. 1Hospital Universitari i Politècnic La Fe, Valencia, Spain; 2Instituto de Investigación Sanitaria La Fe, Valencia, Spain; 3Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Valencia, Spain.

    SC-60
    PEDIATRIC KIDNEY LENGTH AND VOLUME: TIME FOR NEW PERCENTILES? FIRST MACHINE LEARNING APPROACH USING NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING
    Tatiana Morales-Tisnés1, Joey Logan1, Erum Hartung1, Gregory Tasian1, Madhura Pradhan1, Lisa Guay-Woodford1, Susan J Back1, Summer Kaplan1, Jarcy Zee2, Hansel J Otero1, Sandra Amaral1, Bernarda Viteri1. 1Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, United States; 2University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, United States.

    SC-61
    WHICH PAEDIATRIC FRACTURES LACK RESEARCH EVIDENCE REGARDING THEIR DIAGNOSIS USING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE? A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
    Samuel Evans, Amaka Offiah. University of Sheffield Medical School, Sheffield, United Kingdom.

    SC-62
    ADVANCING PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF AI-BASED BONE AGE ASSESSMENT WITH VUNO AND BONEXPERT IN TURKISH CHILDREN
    Hande Özen Atalay, Evren Uzer, Evrim Özmen. Koc University Hospital, Istanbul, Turkey.

    SC-63
    ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE-AIDED FRACTURE DETECTION IN A PAEDIATRIC EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT: THE END OF MISDIAGNOSES?
    Irmhild Altmann-Schneider, Christian Kellenberger, Fraser Callaghan, Michelle Seiler. University Children's Hospital Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland.

    10:00-10:30 Coffee Break
    10:30-12:00
    ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TASKFORCE SESSION
    ROOM: GIRALDA
     
    Moderator:
    Susan Shelmerdine. London
     
    10:30-10:40 Introduction
    Susan Shelmerdine. London
    10:40-11:00 Guardians of the Digital Galaxy: Keeping Our Pediatric Patients Safe in the New Age of Radiology AI
    Marla Sammer. Texas
    11:00-11:20 How to Apply Evidence Based Practice to the use of AI in Radiology
    Brendan Kelly. Dublin
    11:20-11:40 How I did it: Choosing and Implementing AI for my Department
    Seema Toso. Geneva
    11:40-12:00 How and why AI validation is necessary for paediatric imaging
    • Ami Gokli. Philadelphia
    • Jeevesh Kapur. Singapore
    • Jaishree Naidoo. Johannesburg
    10:30-12:00
    BEST EDUCATIONAL POSTERS SESSION
    ROOM: SANTA CRUZ
     
    Moderator: Maria Raissaki. Heraklion
    10:30-10:50 Keynote lecture: MRI of the temporo-mandibular joints
    Maria Navallas. Madrid
    10:50-12:00  Best educational posters

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    RADIOLOGICAL FINDINGS IN NEONATAL CONGENITAL DIAPHRAGMATIC HERNIAS UNDER EXTRACORPOREAL MEMBRANE OXYGENATION.
    Audena María García Kempf, Claudia Moreno Lavín, Irene Navas Fernández-Silgado, Clara De Arriba Heras, María Pont Vilalta, Elisa Aguirre Pascual, Sylvia Belda Hofheinz, María Del Carmen Gallego Herrero. Hospital Universitario 12 de Octubre, Madrid, Spain.

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    DIVING DEEP INTO MEDULLARY VEINS
    Sean Booth, Ranil Fernando. Alder Hey Children's Hospital, Liverpool, United Kingdom.

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    RECOMMENDATIONS FOR NEURORADIOLOGICAL EXAMINATIONS IN CHILDREN LIVING WITH ACHONDROPLASIA: A EUROPEAN SOCIETY OF PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY AND EUROPEAN SOCIETY OF NEURORADIOLOGY OPINION PAPER
    Jenny Wright1, Moira Cheung2, Ata Siddiqui3, Jonathan Lucas4, Alistair Calder2, Maria Argyropoulou5, Owen Arthurs2, Pablo Caro-Dominguez6, Dominic Thompson2, Mariasavina Severino7, Felice D'arco2, Volodia Dangouloff-Ros (on Behalf Of The Espr Neuroradiology Taskforce Collaborative Author Group)8, Ana Filipa Geraldo (on Behalf Of The Esnr Pediatric Subcommittee Collaborative Author Group)9. 1Salford Royal Hospital, Manchester, United Kingdom; 2Great Ormond Street Hospital, London, United Kingdom; 3Guy's and Saint Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, London, United Kingdom; 4Evelina London Children's Hospital, London, United Kingdom; 5Medical School, University of Ioannina, Ioannina, Greece; 6Hospital Universitario Virgen del Rocio, Sevilla, Sevilla, Spain; 7IRCCS Istituto Giannina Gaslini, Genoa, Italy; 8European Society of Pediatric Radiology Neuroradiology Taskforce, Paris, France; 9European Society of Neuroradiology Pediatric Subcommittee, Libson, Portugal.

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    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS OF PEDIATRIC DEEP NECK SPACE LESIONS: PART 2
    Samantha Gerrie1, Ayat Yousef2, Oscar Navarro3, Helen Branson3. 1BC Children's Hospital, Vancouver, Canada; 2McGill University Health Center, Montreal, Canada; 3The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada.

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    THE CHILD'S VIEW THROUGH THE EYES OF THE RADIOLOGIST: EXPLORING THE SPECTRUM OF RETINOBLASTOMA.
    Ana Mayol, José Miguel Escudero, Ignacio Delgado, Ángel Sánchez-Montañez, María Ibnoulkhatib, Élida Vázquez. Hospital Vall d’Hebron, Barcelona, Spain.

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    LESIONS OF THE PEDIATRIC VISUAL PATHWAY: MANY DIFFERENT PRESENTATIONS
    Vivek Pai1, Shivaprakash Hiremath2, Carmen Parra-Farinas1, Manohar Shroff1, Prakash Muthusami1, Pradeep Krishnan1, Elka Miller1. 1The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada; 2London Health Sciences Centre - Victoria Hospital, London, Canada.


    12:00-13:00 Lunch Break
    13:00-14:30
    INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY TASKFORCE SESSION
    ROOM: SANTA CRUZ
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    Moderator:
    Stéphanie Franchi-Abella. Paris
     
    13:00-13:30 Imaging guided liver biopsy in children
    Marta Gonzalo. Barcelona
    13:30-14:00 Musculoskeletal interventional oncology in children
    Ralph Gnannt. Zurich
    14:00-14:30 Tumor ablation in children
    Giulia Cassanelli. Rome
    13:00-14:30
    WFPI SESSION
    ROOM: GIRALDA
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    Moderator:
    Joanna Kasznia-Brown. Bristol
     
    “Diagnostic challenges in paediatric radiology - around the word in 80 cases”
    • Timothy Cain. Melbourne
    • Kish Mankad. London
    • Olubukola Omidiji. Lagos
    • Andrés García Bayce. Montevideo
    • Monica Epelman. Orlando
    14:30-15:00 Coffee break
    15:00-16:30
    OUTREACH TASKFORCE SESSION: ESPR MEETS SLARP “IMAGING OF PEDIATRIC INFECTIONS”
    ROOM: GIRALDA
     
    Moderator:
    Joanna Kasznia-Brown. Bristol
     
    15:00-15:20 Cerebral tuberculosis
    Claudia Lazarte. Lima
    15:20-15:40 Osteoarticular tuberculosis
    Tamara Ramírez. Santiago de Chile
    15:40-16:00 Imaging in the evaluation of leishmaniasis
    Mónica Galeano. Buenos Aires
    16:00-16:20 Stingy tropic: clinical cases
    Lina Cadavid. Medellin
    16:20-16:30 Discussion
    16:30-16:45
    CLOSING CEREMONY
    ROOM: GIRALDA