The European School of Radiology (ESOR) will hold its first GALEN Advanced Course on Head & Neck Cross-Sectional Imaging on June 28-29 at Geneva University Hospital.
Presentations will focus on imaging of facial pain, facial palsy, reflex otalgia, tinnitus and vertigo, dysphagia, salivary gland swelling, rhinorrhea, hoarseness, and lower neck masses.
The course is designed to give participants an in-depth exposure to applications of advanced imaging techniques in evaluating common clinical symptoms in the head and neck, according to the organizers. It's relevant to senior residents and recently board-certified radiologists, the ESOR said. Didactic lectures will be followed by practical teaching during workshops.