The best submissions for the “Just a cyst?” interlude at ECR 2019

Dear Friends,

Over the last couple of years, one of the last sessions at the ECR has always covered 20 interesting cases from various subspecialties, which the audience is asked to solve in an interactive way to broaden and update their knowledge.

In between, the very best submissions from the global radiological community have been presented in an interlude lecture. The best submission has always been awarded with a prize and a certificate.

Due to time limits, not all submitted cases can actually be shown onsite, but the session’s rising popularity has resulted in increasing numbers of submissions of excellent quality and didactic value. This is why we would like to give our submitters the opportunity to reach a broader audience by posting the best cases here on the ESR Blog.

We all use the term “cyst” a great many times every day. It comes in handy, when we are dealing with something roundish and not solid. Mostly, we want to convey the message to clinician and patient: “nothing to worry about, just fluid”. But is it always that simple? What does the location tell us and are there any additional findings useful to report? Are they “leave me alone” lesions by definition or should we sharpen our awareness to separate the needle in the haystack? When you start to think about it, you might run into the risk of seeing danger everywhere.

Below, we are pleased to present the best submissions for the “Just a cyst” interlude at ECR 2019:

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