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PML detection and differentiation from residual MS activity
10/01/2016

PML detection and differentiation from residual MS activity

PML detection and differentiation from residual MS activity - a free online interactive resource


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President's New Years Message
22/12/2015

President's New Years Message

Dear Friends,

Dear Colleagues,

 

2015 is coming to a successful close ….

In just a couple of years the ESNR has grown ten-fold. Now we are much better prepared to adapt to socio-economic changes and professional challenges in the future with agility. 

The guiding principles of the ESNR are education, curriculum, certification, and cooperation. ESNR focuses on education as we all ardently believe in fully integrating and embedding teaching activities into everything our Society does. Ultimately, our goal is to do much more than train well-educated, clinical neuroradiologists; we need and will train outstanding practitioners who can serve our patients’ best interests.

Our courses welcome all radiologists: those who need to acquire basic knowledge, those who are in training to become ‘true’ neuroradiologists, and those whose ambition it is to advance in certain subfields of Neuroradiology. We can all be proud of the Pierre Lasjaunias Course in Neuroradiology. It is clearly a success story!

We have witnessed a steady increase in the numbers of participants, which reached 300. At every one of our courses and meetings, we can celebrate a common achievement in increasing the number of non‐European participants. In a few short years, the ESNR has truly become an international society.

We have reached a new milestone: our European Board of Neuroradiology was founded. The Board is responsible for all examinations, certifications, and diplomas in Neuroradiology in Europe. The standards protect our discipline from those who may acquire a smattering of knowledge, yet do not have profound expertise and experience. The European Board of Neuroradiology has a vital mission: to establish the European Diploma in Neuroradiology as an internationally recognized certificate of neuroradiological excellence.

The ESNR will continue to increase cooperation with other scientific societies, both within and beyond Europe. Our firmly established collaboration with the American Society of Neuroradiology , the American Society of Spine Radiology, and the American Society for Pediatric Neuroradiology have clearly shown that we can learn from each other, and have much to gain from developing joint projects.

Our Society is inclusive and will keep encouraging all those who want to join our welcoming family. We will continue to be progressive and will seek to drive innovation to advance Neuroradiology in the future. We will continue to support young colleagues who want to become neuroradiologists.

We have overcome challenges in the past and will together master new ones. Let us not forget that ESNR defends the best interests of neuroradiologists. This is necessary now because we confront a worrisome trend. Other disciplines are appropriating certain aspects of our discipline.  These aspects cannot be separated from the whole without the loss of knowledge, expertise and quality in diagnosis and care. Quality medical care depends upon the full contribution of our discipline. We must close our ranks to prevent outsourcing and to sustain this discipline.  Our field has been and will remain at the very cutting edge of what is exciting in medicine today.

We are now more than 3,000 professionals pursuing a single goal: to ensure the very best neuroradiological practice. I am confident we will succeed in our mission. Thank you for your trust as we are aware of this great responsibility

I wish you all Happy Holidays and a successful 2016

Majda M Thurnher
President, ESNR

More than 1,000 candidates have taken the European Diploma in Radiology (EDiR) examinations
18/11/2015

More than 1,000 candidates have taken the European Diploma in Radiology (EDiR) examinations

 

 

The European Board of Radiology is pleased to inform you that more than 1,000 candidates have taken the European Diploma in Radiology (EDiR) examinations since its creation. 

The EBR was founded in 2011 as an organisation dedicated to organising exams and issuing certificates. The first examination took place at the European Congress of Radiology (ECR) in Vienna in 2011, with 41 candidates. At ECR 2015, 145 candidates sat the EDIR examination. 

In these four years, several examinations have been held in countries such as Spain, France, Poland, Sweden, Turkey and the United Arab Emirates. EDiR examinations have usually taken place within the framework of national congresses, such as the Journées Françaises de Radiologie (JFR) and the Turkish Congress of Radiology (TURKRAD), in order to give the attendees the chance to take the exam during the congress. Further EDiR exams have been held at ESR Learning Centres. 

The EBR aims to serve patients and medical professionals by certifying that its diploma holders have reached and demonstrated a standard of knowledge and skills as laid out in the ESR European Training Curriculum for Radiology. 

Within the next few years, the European Diploma in Radiology will be an internationally recognised certificate of radiological competence. It will become an accepted additional qualification, helping health institutions in Europe to recognise the skills and competences of medical professionals from other jurisdictions. 

The EBR will work further towards the transnational harmonisation of radiological standards throughout Europe. 

 

 

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08008 Barcelona, SPAIN
www.myEBR.org

 

 
Phone: +34 93 67 64 169
Mobile: +34 627 859 646
Email:   diploma@myEBR.org

 

 

 

 

 

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International Day of Radiology 2015
13/10/2015

International Day of Radiology 2015

Please remember: on November 8, 2015 we are celebrating the 4th International Day of Radiology.

 

38th Annual Meeting of the ESNR, Naples, Italy
26/08/2015

38th Annual Meeting of the ESNR, Naples, Italy

Interview with Mario Muto, President of the 38th Annual Meeting of the ESNR.

Dr. Yelda Ozsunar, a member of the ESNR Publication Committee, made an interview with Dr. Mario Muto, who is President of the 38th Annual Meeting of the ESNR which will be starting on 17 of september and last till 20 of September 2015, in Naples.  

To inform neuroradiologists about the details of this meeting, Dr. Ozsunar asked the following questions to Dr. Muto.

Y. Ozsunar: Could you tell us about interesting features and highlight topics of the scientific programme in this congress?

M.Muto: All the meeting is characterized by the presence of excellent speakers able to bring and transmit their knowledge to the partecipants. Based on my previous meeting organization, I invited not only neuroradiologist as speakers but also different specialist such as neurosurgeons,  oncologist and orthopedics to understand their clinical diagnostic therapeutic need. I can identify four  major  topic: cerebral tumors, degenerative brain disease, AVM and stroke diagnosis and treatment.

The whole interview can be found here.

In memoriam Massimo Gallucci (18/2/1956 - 15/5/2015)
19/05/2015

In memoriam Massimo Gallucci (18/2/1956 - 15/5/2015)

Massimo Gallucci (18/2/1956 - 15/5/2015), farewell to a great neuroradiologist.

Mechanical thrombectomy has become a recommended therapy in acute stroke patients with large vessel occlusion
28/02/2015

Mechanical thrombectomy has become a recommended therapy in acute stroke patients with large vessel occlusion

With the publications of three additional positive trials on endovascular stroke treatment at the ISC 2015 in Nashville the mechanical thrombectomy has now become a recommended therapy in acute stroke patients with large vessel occlusion.

ESNR together with ESO (European Stroke Organization) and ESMINT (European society on Minimal Invasive Neurological therapy) has prepared a common press release and – what is very important for all neuroradiologists – a Consensus statement on mechanical thrombectomy in acute ischemic stroke. This consensus statement is not a guideline, but a strong support for the endovascular stroke therapy and new stroke guidelines for stroke diagnosis and treatment are in preparationand are planned to be published very soon.

 

 

 

 


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The American Society of Spine Radiology Presents 2015 Gold Medal to Victor M. Haughton, M.D. during 2015 Annual Symposium
28/02/2015

The American Society of Spine Radiology Presents 2015 Gold Medal to Victor M. Haughton, M.D. during 2015 Annual Symposium

 

PRESS RELEASE

The American Society of Spine Radiology

Presents 2015 Gold Medal to Victor M. Haughton, M.D. during 2015 Annual Symposium

 

The American Society of Spine Radiology (ASSR) presented the Society’s 2015 Gold Medal to Victor M. Haughton, M.D. from the University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics in Madison on February 7, 2015 during the ASSR 2015 Annual Symposium, February 5-8, 2015 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada. Dr. Haughton is the third recipient of the ASSR Gold Medal, which was established in 2013.  The ASSR Gold Medal is awarded annually in recognition of outstanding contributions to the Society and to spine radiology.

Dr. Haughton was born in Willimantic, Connecticut in 1939.  He received his undergraduate degree from Harvard University in 1961. He graduated from medical school at Yale University in 1967.  His radiology residency and neuroradiology fellowship training were both performed at Peter Bent Brigham Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, completing his fellowship training in 1973.

Dr. Haughton’s research interests include the lumbar intervertebral disc, MR contrast agents, functional MRI, and cerebrospinal fluid dynamics.  He established a formal research structure within the Neuroradiology Section at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, enhancing its productivity.  Dr. Haughton has contributed to 432 journal publications and 92 books and chapters.

Dr. Haughton established an exchange program which brought European radiologists from many countries such as Norway, Sweden, France, Czechoslovakia, and Switzerland to the Medical College of Wisconsin.  He has also contributed to the annual meetings of European radiologic societies.

Dr. Haughton served as President of the American Society of Neuroradiology (ASNR) in 2004-2005.  He has had an extremely productive career in academic neuroradiology, making important contributions that have advanced medical knowledge and enhanced the profile of the ASSR.

For more information on the ASSR Gold Medal, or the society in general, contact Business Manager Ken Cammarata atASSR, 800 Enterprise Drive, Oak Brook, IL 60523-4216, Phone: 630-574-0220, ext. 226, Fax: 630-574-0661, Email: kcammarata@asnr.org.

Results of the MR CLEAN trial published
23/12/2014

Results of the MR CLEAN trial published

Dear Members,

The prospective, randomized trial from the Netherlands on the efficiency of neurothrombectomy— MR CLEAN—has now been published:

http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa1411587#t=article.

This important trial for all neuroradiologists has already been discussed intensively during the last several meetings, and will be an exciting milestone in the general acceptance of endovascular stroke-therapy. There are more studies expected to be published with similar results within the next few weeks. These studies will have an important impact on the future structure of how patients with acute stroke should be treated, and neuroradiologists (diagnostic and interventional) play an important role in selecting and treating patients with stroke, one of the major diseases in our time. The use of neurothrombectomy requires trained neurointerventionalists, a sufficient stroke network, and neurovascular centers. However, the number of neurointerventionalists in Europe and worldwide is too small, at the moment, to provide all patients these new treatment options.

The ESNR—and some of our members who contributed actively in the MR CLEAN trial—puts itself under the obligation to develop a general education and certification system, which will be able to “produce” enough neurointerventionalists, but will also ensure that these clinicians will be adequately qualified. To address these tasks in the very near future will require the collaboration and effort of all who are involved in the care and treatment of stroke patients.

 

Prof. Olav Jansen
Chairperson of the ESNR Subspeciality Committee Interventional Neuroradiology
and ESNR Executive Committee


http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa1411587#t=article
Download the Book on Brain Imaging !!!
08/11/2014

Download the Book on Brain Imaging !!!

To promote the International Day of Radiology (IdOR), the European Society of Radiology (ESR) and European Society of Neuroradiology have produced a beautiful booklet on brain imaging: "Brainwatch – Detecting and diagnosing brain diseases with medical imaging". 

This booklet can be downloaded from the website of IdOR


http://www.internationaldayofradiology.com