|ECR 2019 / C-1683||
|Minimally invasive surgery for early rectal cancer - what the radiologist needs to know|
- To better understand current conservative surgical techniques used for resection of malignant rectal lesions with curative intent.
- Learn the anatomy of both rectal MRI and endoscopic ultrasound (EUS) which is required for appropriate patient selection prior to minimally invasive surgery.
- Understand what the surgeon wants to know, with reference to the specific surgical techniques and suggestions for structured reporting.
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