International Imaging Symposium 2017

ISUOG World Congress 2015

International CT Symposium 2015

 

International Imaging Symposium 2017

 

Our International Imaging Symposium took place in Niagara Falls, Canada on June 9-10th. CT and MR had the spotlight at this year’s event as we celebrate 10 Years of Area Detector CT medical imaging, in addition to our newest MR technologies. Our theme for 2017 was “Together we transform diagnostic imaging, CT-MR.” Renowned guest speakers from North America and around the world shared the latest advances and techniques in both modalities.

 

GENESIS – FIRST Experiences

Dr. Russell Bull

Royal Bournemouth Hospital, Bournemouth, UK

Dual Energy CT: Implementation Experience in a Regional Hospital

Dr. Bruno Morin

University of Montreal, Montreal, Canada

CT Enterography and Crohn’s Disease: Where Do We Stand?

Dr. Luis Guimaraes

University Health Network, Toronto, Canada

Vantage Galan 3T Highlights

Mr. Guy Poloni

Toshiba Medical Systems Corporation, Otawara, Japan

Role of Multiparametric MRI in Diagnostic-Approach to Prostate Cancer

Dr. Tahir Durmus

Radiologie.Berlin, Berlin, Germany

Kinematic CT of Joints: Technical Bases and Clinical Practice

Dr. Pedro Teixeira

CHU, Nancy, France


Role of Advanced Imaging in Diagnosis of Carpal Instability: Emphasis on 4D CT and High-Resolution MRI

Dr. Shadpour Demehri

Johns Hopkins Medicine, Maryland, USA

Advancements in CT Technology Improving Benefit vs. Risk

Dr. Larry Filipow

University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada

Clinical Applications of CT Subtraction Imaging

Dr. Ewoud Smit

Radboud University Medical Center, Nijmegen, Netherlands

Insights on Hip MRI

Dr. António Matos

Hospital Beatriz Ângelo, Loures, Portugal

Wide Volume Ultra-Low Dose Chest CT

Dr. Narinder Paul

Toronto General Hospital, Toronto, Canada

Advancements in 3D Printing

Dr. Frank Rybicki

The Ottawa Hospital, Ottawa, Canada

Advancements in Susceptibility MRI

Dr. Ferdinand Schweser

University at Buffalo, Buffalo, USA

Cardiac MRI

Dr. Cesar Nomura

University of São Paulo Medical School, São Paulo, Brazil

Vascular Flow Dynamics and Virtual FFR

Dr. Dimitri Mitsouras

Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, USA

Fatty Liver Disease – the Case for Ultrasound and CT

Dr. Patrik Rogalla

University Health Network, Toronto, Canada

 

 

2015 ISUOG World Congress

 

Toshiba invited internationally renowned experts in obstetrics and gynecology to share in-depth knowledge and skills at the ISUOG World Congress. This online resource is developed to provide access to the presentations and hands-on workshops which showcase the latest advances and cutting-edge imaging technologies in this field.

 

First  trimester scan – Practical experience with Superb Micro-vascular Imaging (SMI)
Dr. Jader Cruz, , Centro Hospitalar de Lisboa Central, Portugal

An imaging template for developing brain parenchyma
Dr. Denise Pugash, BC Women's Hospital, Canada
Advanced Transvaginal Scanning:  Ultrasound Hysteroscopy and Fly Thru Imaging
Dr. Bill Smith, Clinical Diagnostic Services, United Kingdom
MRI and Ultrasound of the Fetal Brain – Etiology of Ventriculomegaly
Prof. Laurent Guibaud, University of Lyon, France
Tissue Doppler Imaging and Speckle Tracking of Fetal Myocardium – What can we expect from a clinical perspective?
Dr. Monique Haak, Leiden University Medical Center, The Netherlands
The first trimmest scan, beyond dating and NT assessment: A practical approach
Prof. Richard Brown, McGill University Health Center, Canada
Experimental approach to assess Fetal Myocardial function
Prof. Roland Axt-Fliedner, UKGM, Germany
   


2015 International CT Symposium

 

Toshiba's International CT Symposium 2015 "Computed Tomography at the Heart of Integrated Diagnostic Imaging" explored a wide range of clinical topics, from the perspective of the radiologist, cardiologist, technologist and physicist. We have built this online resource to ensure the presentations of our highly regarded and internationally renowned speakers are converted into accessible educational tools. A special thank you to the speakers for sharing their wealth of knowledge and engaging participants in every element of modern CT imaging.

 

4D MSK Imaging - Movement Analysis and SEMAR
Prof. Alain Blum
C.H.U. Central Hospital, Nancy, France

Cardiac CT: The New Frontier, CT Lung Perfusion Techniques and Applications
Dr. Narinder Paul
University Health Network, Toronto, Canada
AIDR 3D Enhanced with the PUREViSION Detector
Dr. Russell Bull
Royal Bournemouth Hospital, UK
Applications of Multidetector CT in other Cerebro-vascular Diseases
Dr. Almudena Perez
Montreal Neurological Institute, Montreal, Canada
Cardiac Imaging with Coronary Subtraction
Dr. Marcus Chen
National Heart, Lung and
Blood Institution, Bethseda, USA
Pediatric Imaging
Dr. Daniel Podberesky
Nemours Children's Health
System, USA
Multidetector CT in the Management Acute Ischemic Stroke
Dr. Maria Cortes
Montreal Neurological Institute, Montreal, Canada
Rogalla Dual-Energy Imaging
Prof. Patrik Rogalla
University Health Network, Toronto, Canada
Protocols and Techniques using 320 Multislice Scanner in Cerebrovascular Disease
Mme. Katia Kirpa
Montreal Neurological Institute, Montreal, Canada
Face Transplant Imaging with Wide Area Detector CT
Dr. Frank Rybicki
The Ottawa Hospital, Ottawa, Canada
Clinical approach to Stroke: Ischemic and Hemorrhagic Stroke
Dr. Catherine Legault
Montreal Neurological Institute, Montreal, Canada
The Physics of CT from the Dose Perspective
Mr. Nagi Sharoubim
Radiation Protection and
Quality Control, Quebec, Canada
The Emergence of CT Angiogram to Lesion Hemodynamic Significance
Dr. Dimitris Mitsouras
Harvard Medical School
Brigham & Women's Hospital, Boston, USA
Combined Use of 320 Detectors CT and Bi-plane Angiography in Cerebro-Vascular Diseases, Multidetector CTA in the Management of Hemorrhagic Stroke
Dr. Donatella Tampieri
Montreal Neurological Institute, Montreal, Canada

 

2014 International CT Symposium Webinars

 

An internationally renowned faculty from various leading hospitals was invited to share best practices related to Toshiba's state-of–the-art CT systems. These presentations provided an essential opportunity for the expert and newcomer alike to be taught by practicing experts on a wide range of topics from improvements in lowering dose to clinical CT applications from brain and abdominal imaging to lung, cardiac and MSK dynamic joint imaging.

 

Hoppel Clinical Research and Validation
Dr. Bernice Hoppel
Toshiba Medical Research Institute, USA
CT_symposium_presenter_Russel_Bull Dose Reduction Technologies
Dr. Russell Bull
Royal Bournemouth Hospital, UK
CT_symposium_presenter_David_McDougall

"Finding the Balance"
Maximizing 64-Slice Technology

Mr. David McDougall
Toshiba Medical Canada

Rogalla CT Fluoroscopy
Professor Patrik Rogalla
Univ. Hosp. Network,
Toronto Canada
CT_symposium_presenter_Cupido_Daniels The Focus of the Physicist
Dr. Cupido Daniels
Dalhousie University
Paul Ultra Low Dose Chest CT
Dr. Narinder Paul
Univ. Hosp. Network, Toronto, Canada
Chen Cardiac Imaging
Dr. Marcus Chen
Nat. Heart, Lung & Blood Inst.,
Bethseda, USA
Rogalla Abdominal Imaging & Liver Perfusion
Professor Patrik Rogalla
Univ. Hosp. Network,
Toronto Canada
Blum

Dynamic CT scan of the joints / Impact of single energy...

Professor Alain Blum 
C.H.U Central Hospital, Nancy, France

 

CT_symposium_presenter_Kate_Clough

The Impact of New CT Technology on Workflow

Ms. Kate Clough
Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS, UK

CT_symposium_presenter_Mark_Kon Initial Experience Using 160 Slice CT Technology
Dr. Mark Kon
Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS, UK
 Podberesky Volume CT Imaging in Children
Dr. Daniel Podberesky
Cincinnati Children's Hospital
Med. Ctr., USA
CT_symposium_presenter_Donatella_Tampieri Role of 320 Multidetector CT in Neurological Diseases
Dr. Donatella Tampieri
Montreal Neurological Institute
   

2013 International CT Symposium Webinars

The following presentations explore the clinical impact of volumetric and helical CT imaging. The program covered a wide range of clinical topics from dose acquisition techniques to various advanced applications.

Session A

Physics - Basic Helical vs. Volumetric CT
Dr. Bernice Hoppel
Toshiba Medical Research Institute, USA
Brain Perfusion
Professor Mathias Prokop
Univ. Med. Ctr., Nijmegen, Netherlands
Lung Imaging and Nodule Characterization
Dr. John Mayo
University of British Columbia, Vancouver Hospital, B.C., Canada
Helical CT Scanning
Dr. Steven Wolff
Carnegie Hill Radiology, New York, USA
Volume Imaging of Airways
Dr. John Troupis
Monash Medical Centre, Australia

Session B

Tracheomalacia
Dr. Narinder Paul
Univ. Hosp. Network, Toronto, Canada
Abdominal Imaging & Liver Perfusion
Professor Patrik Rogalla
Univ. Hosp. Network, Toronto, Canada
Dynamic CTA for Evaluation of Neuro-vascular Disease
Dr. Cheemun Lum
The Ottawa Hospital, Ontario, Canada
Cardiac Imaging
Dr. Marcus Chen
Nat. Heart, Lung & Blood Inst., Bethesda, USA
MSK Imaging
Professor Alain Blum
C.H.U. Central Hospital, Nancy, France

Session C

Initial Experience Using High Speed True Volume CT
Dr. John Troupis
Monash Medical Ctr., Australia
The Impact of Dose Reduction in CT Scanning
Dr. Russell Bull
Royal Bournemouth Hospital, UK
CT Scanning: What does the future hold?
Panel Discussion chaired by Dr. Bernice Hoppel,
Toshiba Medical Research Institute
The Role of CT in Oncology
Dr. Catherine Coolens
Univ. Hosp. Network, Toronto, Canada
Pediatric CT
Dr. Daniel Podberesky
Cincinnati Children's Hosp. Med. Ctr., USA
 
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