A Joint Venture

This is an unique joint venture between Dr. I. Gielen and Prof.dr. H. Van Bree from the Ghent University, the "Arbeidtsgruppe CT der DGK-DVG" and the German Veterinary Association DVG that resulted in the organisation of the 3rd International- and 10th CT-user Meeting 2022, scheduled for 2 and 3 December 2022 in an superb historic venue of the Augustijnen Monastery in the City Center of Ghent - Belgium

Programme

The sessions on Friday will start with a plenary session, followed by 3 parallel rooms with a separate programme for the section " Small Animals", The Section "Equine" and one for the section "Technicians and Nurses programme". On Saturday the programme consists of 2 parallel scientific sessions: one for the section "Small Animals" and one for the section " Equine".

Friday 2 December

08h30

Welcome and Opening of the CT-user Meeting
I. Gielen, H. van Bree, M. Mihaljevic

09h00

Artificial intelligence, visions of the future
E. Ranschaert

09h45

Brain CT versus MRI in Men
V. van Driessche

10h30

PACS and viewers
A. Brühschwein

11h00

Coffee Break

11h30

Picture archiving, DICOM and PACS-solutions
A. Brühschwein

11h45

The Development and Evolution of 3D Patient Specific Models for Decision Support
D. Rasenberg

12h30

Optimal surgical planning through Virtual Reality and AI.
C. Hordijk

13h00

Walking Lunch

More options then Computed Tomography in thoracic and orthopaedic diseases
and in the patient with endocrine dysfunction?

Thorax

14h00

Thoracic computed tomographic angiography - what's it all about?
S. Stieger

14h30

The beating heart - echocardiography versus computed tomography, is there a reason to do both?
S. Stieger

15h00

Pulmonary computed tomography - is it giving us all the answers?
S. Stieger

15h30

Coffee Break and Poster session
Orthopeadics

16h00

Stifle disorders: which modality when?
K. von Pückler
Endocrinology

16h35

Thyroid glands
K. von Pückler

16h55

Pancreas
Y. Vali

17h15

WETLAB: case discussion
A. Brühschwein, S. Stieger, K.von Pückler

18h15

Annual meeting German CT Association
6. Jahreshauptversammlung der Arbeitsgruppe CT der DGK-DVG

14h00

Imaging the equine head: CT or MRI?
Gabriel Manso Diaz

14h30

Imaging the brain, CT?!
Gabriel Manso Diaz

15h00

Vestibular syndrome, cranial nerve deficits, what to choose, pros and cons, CT vs MRI
Gabriel Manso Diaz

15h35

Imaging TMJ, tympanic bull and guttural pouches: CT or MRI?
Maren Hellige

16h05

Coffee Break

16h35

Sino nasal disorders: CT vs other modalities
Maren Hellige

17h10

Equine teeth problems: CT vs other modalities
Maren Hellige

17h40

WEBLAB: Film reading
Maren Hellige and Gabriel Manso Diaz

18h15

Annual meeting German CT Association
6. Jahreshauptversammlung der Arbeitsgruppe CT der DGK-DVG

14h00

How to manage and manipulate the visual appearance of the images produced by a CT machine, such as enhancing the contrast or increasing details.
A. Brühschwein

14h30

Scanning very small regions: What about kVp and mAs? Is there a specific reconstruction algorithm or image filter? What about slice thickness?
A. Brühschwein

15h15

What do you need to know about brain CT?
Y. Vali

15h45

Coffee break

16h15


Care and cleaning of my CT device, daily maintenance to avoid damage. Temperature in the CT room and the influence of air-conditioning.

I. Gielen

16h35

Communication with tele-radiology service
I. Gielen

17h00

Cervical CT in Equine: Technique and Anatomy Quiz
M. Hellige

17h30

Biopsy equipment, what do we need and maintenance
H. van Bree

18h00

WETLAB: cross sectional anatomy
Y. Vali

Saturday 3 December

Computer Tomography in abdominal and neurologic diseases, compared to other modalities…

Abdomen

08h30

Gastrointestinal tract - what can we learn from a intravenous and oral CT contrast study after we did an ultrasound?
S. Stieger

09h00

Computed tomography in genito-urinary imaging.
S. Stieger

09h30

CT of portosystemic shunt: hot or not? Compared to other modalities…
K. von Pückler

10h05

Hepatic ultrasonography versus computed tomography in tumor staging
S. Stieger

10h35

Coffee Break and Poster session
Neurology

11h10

MRI versus CT in spinal disorders
K. von Pückler

11h45

Imaging periphereral nerves
K. von Pückler

12h20

Preferred modality to examine the brain: CT versus MRI?
K. von Pückler

12h30

Research Award

13h15

Discussion and Adjourn

13h30

Snack

08h30

The use of cervical radiography as a primary imaging modality in horses.
C. Crijns

09h00

Possibilities and limitations of CT of the cervical spine, including CT Myelography.
M. Hellige

09h45

Standing CT in equine limb disease.
[ Hallmarq]

10h15

Coffee Break and Poster session

10h45

CT vs MRI for evaluating osseous pathology in horses.
Gabriel Manso Diaz

11h15

CT vs ultrasound and MRI for evaluating ligament and tendinous structures.
M. Hellige

11h45

Visibility of equine cartilage, is CT the solution?
M. Hellige

12h15

Wetlab/Film reading
M. Hellige and Gabriel Manso Diaz

13h15

Discussion and Adjourn

13h30

Snack
Our Faculty
I. Gielen
H van Bree
M. Mihaljevic
E. Ranschaert
V. van Driessche
A. Brühsschwein
D. Rasenberg
C. Hordijk
Y. Vali
M. Hellige
S. Stieger
K. von Pückler
Gabriel Manzo Diaz
C. Crijns