ECR 2018 News
Waking the dead: Forensic imaging requires different mindset
February 28, 2018 -- To document vascular lesions linked with possible cause of death, radiologists will need to be familiar with the specific questions that the pathologist wants answered. While postmortem CT angiography is simple, fast, and reliable, the signs associated with motor vehicle accidents, homicides, and medical liabilities are numerous and subtle. Radiographers, too, will need to step outside their comfort zone, delegates will hear at today's session on forensic imaging.  Discuss
Safety issues linger over gadolinium-based contrast agents
February 28, 2018 -- Conclusive research into the safety of gadolinium-based contrast agents could take about a decade to emerge because of the huge difficulties of obtaining enough valuable and objective data. In the meantime, radiologists will be dependent on newly released guidelines from the world's health watchdogs and other reports, ECR 2018 delegates will learn at today's Special Focus Session.  Discuss
Big data, AI look set to come under scrutiny at ECR 2018
August 28, 2017 -- Big data, artificial intelligence (AI), and radiomics will be among the hot topics at ECR 2018. The meeting is only six months away, and ESR President Dr. Bernd Hamm looks ahead to the central themes on the agenda for Vienna.  Discuss
ECR 2018 aims to promote unity and show diversity
March 6, 2017 -- "Diverse and United" is the motto for ECR 2018, which runs from 28 February to 4 March. Dr. Bernd Hamm, from Berlin, is returning as congress president, after presiding over ECR 2015. In this interview, he speaks about his ideas and plans for next year's meeting.  Discuss