Dr. Pepe’s Diploma Casebook: Case 38 – SOLVED!

Diploma_casebook_case38

Dear Friends,

This week I’m showing screening mammograms of a 39-year-old woman in whom an abnormality was found.

Diagnosis:
1. Radial scar
2. Carcinoma
3. Surgical scar
4. All of the above

Read more…

New faces on the ESR Executive Council

blog_kopfbanner_1000x300px

As every year, the ESR presidency changed hands at the European Congress of Radiology in March, with the new president, Prof. Guy Frija, from Paris, taking the reins from Prof. Gabriel P. Krestin. At the same time, the ECR 2014 Congress President, Prof. Valentin E. Sinitsyn, from Moscow, took over from Prof. José I. Bilbao as chairman of the Congress Committee.

In addition to these regular changes, a number of other positions on the Executive Council have been filled by new faces. First, Prof. Bernd Hamm, from Berlin, has moved up the chain into Prof. Sinitsyn’s position as 1st Vice-Chairperson of the Congress Committee, with Prof. Katrine Åhlström Riklund, from Umea, Sweden, elected to the role of 2nd Vice-Chairperson.
Read more…

Caceres’s Corner Case 70 (Update: Solution)

ESR_2012_Blog-CaceresCorner-590-CASE70

Dear Friends,

Showing images of a pre-operative chest for inguinal hernia in a 72-year-old male.

Diagnosis:

1. Thyroid mass
2. Thymoma
3. Lymphoma
4. None of the above

Read more…

05
Jun 2013
POSTED BY
POSTED IN Caceres' Corner
DISCUSSION 13 Comments

Dr. Pepe’s Diploma Casebook: Case 37 – SOLVED!

Diploma_casebook_case37

Dear friends,

Presenting images of a 65-year-old asymptomatic woman with left parotid mass.

Possible diagnosis:

1. Benign mixed tumor
2. Non-Hodgkin lymphoma
3. Carcinoma
4. None of the above

Read more…

Caceres’s Corner Case 69 (Update: Solution)

ESR_2011_Blog-CaceresCorner-590-CASE69neu

Dear friends,

Muppet is delighted to present a case provided by Dr. Vilar. The radiographs are of a 57-year-old woman with a chronic cough and mild fever who also suffered from TB in the past.

Diagnosis:
1. TB, bronchogenic spread
2. Hypersensitivity pneumonitis
3. Sarcoid
4. None of the above

Read more…

29
May 2013
POSTED BY
POSTED IN Caceres' Corner
DISCUSSION 33 Comments

Dr. Pepe’s Diploma Casebook: Case 36 – SOLVED!

Diploma_casebook_case36
Dear friends,

Presenting liver MR images of a 63-year-old diabetic woman with mild pain in the RUQ over the last few weeks.

Possible diagnoses:

1. Hepatocellular carcinoma
2. Hepatocellular adenoma
3. Liver angiomyolipoma
4. Liver metastases

Read more…

Caceres’s Corner Case 68 (Update: Solution)

ESR_2012_Blog-CaceresCorner-590-CASE68

Dear Friends,

Summer is near and Muppet wants to relax and show easy cases. The present one relates to an 80-year-old male with RUQ pain after embolisation of a liver tumour.

Diagnosis:

1. Pulmonary embolism
2. Pneumonia
3. Subpulmonary fluid
4. None of the above

Read more…

22
May 2013
POSTED BY
POSTED IN Caceres' Corner
DISCUSSION 9 Comments

Dr. Pepe’s Diploma Casebook: Case 35 – SOLVED!

Diploma_casebook_case35

Dear Friends,

Today I’m presenting a 55-year-old male with pain in the right hemithorax.

Diagnosis:

1. Pulmonary infarction
2. Pneumonia
3. Carcinoma
4. None of the above

Read more…

New York schools celebrate day of awareness for radiology

Following the launch of the first International Day of Radiology in November last year, the field of radiology now has another special day to celebrate. During the opening session of an annual science day in New York, USA, marking its tenth anniversary, organiser Prof. Hedvig Hricak and her colleagues were presented with a proclamation officially declaring April 19, 2013, Radiology/Science Careers Awareness and Exploration Day for High School Juniors.

Proclamation certificate presented to Dr. Hedvig Hricak and colleagues

Proclamation certificate presented to Dr. Hedvig Hricak and colleagues

Read more…

16
May 2013
POSTED BY
POSTED IN Community News
DISCUSSION 0 Comments

Caceres’s Corner Case 67 (Update: Solution)

ESR_2012_Blog-CaceresCorner-590-CASE67

Dear Friends,

After spending a long weekend with Miss Piggy, Muppet is at peace with the world and has chosen an easy case: 41-year-old male with cough, mild fever and left chest pain.

Diagnosis:

1. Pneumonia
2. Infected bronchiectasis
3. Pulmonary infarction
4. None of the above

Read more…

16
May 2013
POSTED BY
POSTED IN Caceres' Corner
DISCUSSION 13 Comments