Back to basics: 50 shades of grey of thoracic and abdominal radiology

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About the course

Speaker: Sally Birch

Fees: BSAVA Member £246.00 Inc VAT
         Non Member £369.00 Inc VAT

This one-day interactive course is intended for general practitioners who are returning to work after a break and those who simply want to brush up on their radiology skills. The course will focus predominantly on interpretation of thoracic lung patterns and radiology of the gastrointestinal tract with a particular emphasize on intestinal conditions that are considered to be surgical emergencies. In addition, delegates will also be given the opportunity to practice their radiology skills during film-reading sessions in a relaxed and informal environment.

Learning objectives

  1. differentiate between the various lung patterns  
  2. generate a realistic list of differentials for each pattern
  3. identify typical radiological features associated with gastric dilation and volvulus and pneumoperitoneum
  4. diagnose common conditions of the small intestine including intestinal obstruction and neoplasia

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