ESNR Teaching Cases is a collection of tricky and interesting cases.

The goal of this section is to learn through cases. Both difficult and easy cases will be accepted as any case can be useful for learning purposes.


  • All cases will be evaluated by Teaching Cases Editors, who will then forward their decision to the Author(s).
  • All images must be anonymized. Editors will check pictures metadata.
  • We suggest to limit each case to 2 authors.
  • All submissions must follow the PowerPoint template (downloadable here).
    • Slide 1: Title of case and author(s)' affiliation(s).
    • Slide 2: Brief clinical history
    • Slide 3: Images
    • Slide 4: Findings
    • Slide 5: Teaching Points
    • Slide 6: References
    • Slide 7: Two multiple choices questions

The accepted cases will be published on ESNR Social Media channels with a shortened version; the complete version will be available on the ESNR website.


Cases must be submitted via email ( using the PowerPoint template.