The Neuroradiology module was organized by the Brazilian coordinators, Drs. Lázaro Luís Faria do Amaral, Luis Filipe de Souza Godoy, and Renato Hoffmann Nunes, along with the RSNA coordinator, Dr. Timothy Amrheim. The first conversations started at RSNA 2018, extended to ASNR 2019 and ended at RSNA 2019.
The program will present some highlights. On Thursday afternoon, as in the past year, a hands-on theoretical-practical module will be presented in a separate room, which will take place in parallel to the traditional program.
“On Friday, we will have a very special event, which will be the Spine Symposium. It will take place inside the neuro room, inserted in its program, but will focus on reviewing and updating all participants on the subject, including addressing issues related to spine image-guided intervention. Subsequently, this subject, in particular, will be further developed in a hands-on planned for Sunday, within the Intervention Meeting. In addition to the participation of Brazilian professors, other ‘latinos’ and our guests from RSNA in the symposium, we will have the participation of two professors from the ESNR (European Society of Neuroradiology), one of whom is Prof. Dr. Luigi Manfré, international reference in spine image-guided intervention ”, say the coordinators.
On Saturday morning, also as last year, GENE Highlights will be held, which consists of short and objective presentations, led by Drs. Antônio Rocha and Felipe Torres Pacheco, with a focus on New Imaging Techniques, such as advanced magnetic resonance sequences.
“We highlight the participation of Dr. Armhein and also Dr. Carlos Torres, from the University of Ottawa, Canada, also a guest by RSNA”, they point out.