Description

A two day fully interactive case-based webinar on spine imaging, for Consultants and Senior Trainees in Radiology, Spinal Surgery, Rheumatology, Emergency Medicine. Sports Medicine and those undertaking spinal intervention. Attendees will be provided with individual, secure access to the cases and advanced image viewing PACS software so that they can simultaneously review cases with the faculty. There will be Q&As throughout the day and attendees will be able to access course recordings for revision and reflection.

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS

  • Faculty of Consultant Musculoskeletal Radiologists, Neuroradiologists and Spinal Surgeons who are experts in their fields and from different hospitals in the UK
  • a greater appreciation – through collaborative discussion – of issues relating to spinal intervention
  • Cases reviewed by session leads whom will provide tips, pitfalls, interactive questions and take home messages
  • Stimulating, interactive, challenging cases, and very importantly, immediate feedback with around 100 cases to interpret.

Topics covered include:

  • Degenerative spine
  • Spondyloarthritis and infection
  • Post-operative spine
  • Spinal canal abnormalities part 1
  • Brachial plexus
  • Thoracolumbar trauma
  • Cervical trauma
  • Spinal pathology in elite sports
  • Surgical procedures and implants
  • Non-vascular spinal intervention
  • Spinal canal abnormalities part 2: extramedullary and epidural
  • Paediatric spine
  • Spinal tumours

By the end of the course, the delegate will have:

  • A comprehensive understanding of spinal pathology in both specialist and district general settings;
  • Improved skills in interpreting emergency spine pathology;
  • A more in-depth understanding of both routine and complex chronic spine abnormalities;
  • Learned tips and tricks to avoid common misses and pick up on subtle abnormalities, particularly in relation to topics that are often inconsistently reported;
  • A greater appreciation – through collaborative discussion – of issues relating to spinal intervention