|ECR 2018 / C-1522|
|Computed Tomography Angiography in Aortic Disease: what the surgeon needs to know.|
To provide the radiology resident, in peripheral hospitals with no specialized cardiothoracic units, important diagnostic skills to diagnose acute aortic syndrome.
To describe CT Angiography technique and intravenous Contrast Media optimization.
To identify the really important findings and how to translate these in a structured report.
To perform a proper differential diagnosis in order to establish an optimal therapeutic approach.
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