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We have THREE FREE places at ECR 2019 to give away to our fantastic followers.
To be entered into our draw, all you need to do is:
1) Follow the European Society of Radiology’s Twitter account, @myESR (existing followers also qualify)
2) Either like, comment, or re-tweet one of our tweets between now and June 10 (deadline: 23:00 CEST).
All personal* Twitter accounts meeting those two simple criteria will be entered into our random draw for free ECR 2019 registration.
Thanks for following us and good luck!
*Accounts representing companies, societies, institutions or other organisations will not be eligible. Anyone found to use multiple accounts to enter will also be ineligible.
Full terms and conditions of this competition can be found here.
This week I am presenting images of a 49-year-old woman with abdominal pain and moderate distension. Examine the images below, leave your thoughts in the comments section, and come back on Friday for the answer.
What would be your diagnosis?
2. Subpulmonary fluid
3. Diaphragmatic eventration
4. None of the above
Presenting liver MR images of a 63-year-old diabetic woman with mild pain in the RUQ over the last few weeks.
1. Hepatocellular carcinoma
2. Hepatocellular adenoma
3. Liver angiomyolipoma
4. Liver metastases
Welcome to the fifth installment of our series introducing our Rising Stars, who submitted the best student abstracts and have been invited to present their work at ECR 2012 in front of a real congress audience. Each speaker will be announced individually on the Rising Stars Facebook page, with a more detailed look, including their full abstracts, here on the ESR Blog. Our next three speakers are Kázmér Kovács, Vladislavs Kopitkovs and Walaa M. Al.Sharif:
More on the ESR Rising Stars…