Level 3: High End Courses

Post-Operative Skeleton 2020

May 28-29, 2020
ESMIT Learning Centre
Vienna, Austria

An application has been made to the UEMS EACCME for CME accreditation of this event.

 

COURSE CONTENT

  • Orthopaedical aspects of arthroplasty and arthrodesis: Operative indications, surgical devices and techniques, uneventful post-operative course, acute vs delayed complications of instrumented skeleton, challenging scenarios of the painful instrumented joint, clinical, X-rays examinations, and biological tests role
  • Bone SPECT/CT: Image acquisition workflow dedicated to metalwork, image post-processing, integrative reading grid, caveats, complications displayed, undecidable, or invisible on a bone scan, diagnostic performances (Se, Sp, PPV, NPV)
  • Non-bone seeking tracers hybrid imaging: radiolabelled leucocytes, FDG PET: clinical rationale in hematogenous infection, test ordering sequence, integrative reading grid, pitfalls

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. To frame orthopedics essentials: painful arthroplasty and arthrodesis referrals (emergencies included), surgical devices and techniques (primary and revision), pathophysiology, pathology and natural history of failing arthroplasty and arthrodesis
  2. To master gamut of delayed complications imageable by bone SPECT/CT
  3. To be cognizant with key clinical syndromes of the painful structure
  4. To be able to assess technical quality and (re)interpret plain X-rays and high-end CT of arthroplasty and arthrodesis
  5. To tailor image acquisition workflows, optimized to skeletal metalwork SPECT/CT and PET/CT imaging
  6. To set up image post-processing software routine dedicated to skeletal metalwork, qualitative and quantitative analysis
  7. To identify main SPECT+CT patterns related to prevalent delayed complications of arthroplasty (loosening and differentials) and arthrodesis (pseudoarthrodesis and differentials)
  8. To disclose main SPECT+CT patterns pointing to loco-regional or remote bone and joint conditions unrelated to prosthesis or arthrodesis
  9. To manage tests requesting flow chart rooted on bone SPECT/CT
  10. To be apt to design and/or to scrutinize a diagnosis- or therapy-oriented trial focusing on prosthesis or arthrodesis issues

TARGET AUDIENCE

  • Nuclear Medicine Residents and Fellows needing to be acquainted with hybrid imaging applied to Orthopedics in clinical routine and/or research
  • Nuclear Medicine Practitioners working in hospital or private practice receiving a regular patients caseload of bone SPECT/CT referred by Orthopaedic ward

PREPARATORY MATERIAL

  1. EANM Congresses CMEs
    1. 2014 Gothenburg
      SPECT/CT in Orthopedics, Klaus Strobel
    2. 2015 Hamburg
      JOINT SYMPOSIUM: Evaluation of the Painful Knee Arthroplasty Hybrid imaging
      Painful knee arthroplasty, HK Mohan
    3. 2016 Barcelona
      CME 13 (Interactive) – Bone & Joint/ ESSR: The Post-Operative Spine
      Radionuclide Imaging of the Post-Operative Spine, Tim Van den Wyngaert
      Interactive cases, Frédéric Paycha
    4. 2017 Vienna
      JOINT SYMPOSIUM
      Painful Hip Arthroplasty
      Hybrid Imaging: Role and limits, Frédéric Paycha
  2. Articles published by lecturers
    1. Évaluation de critères d’interprétation de la TEMP au 99mTC-HMDP pour le diagnostic des complications des arthrodèses rachidiennes. Edmond Rust, et al., Méd Nucl 39(2) · March 2015
    2. Special issue of Seminars in Nuclear MedicinePost-operative SPECT/CT in Orthopedics
      Edited by Frederic Paycha, Gopinath Gnanasegaran, Tim Van den Wyngaert
      Volume 48, Issue 5, Pages 393-482 (September 2018)from the Guest Editors Frederic Paycha, Gopinath Gnanasegaran, Tim Van den Wyngaert, Page 395SPECT/CT in Postoperative Hand and Wrist Pain Klaus Strobel, Wouter van der Bruggen, Urs Hug, Gopinath Gnanasegaran, … Tim van den Wyngaert, Pages 396-409SPECT/CT in Postoperative Painful Hip Arthroplasty, Tim Van den Wyngaert, Frédéric Paycha, Klaus Strobel, Willm Uwe Kampen, … Gopinath Gnanasegaran, Pages 425-438SPECT/CT in the Postoperative Painful Knee, Wouter van der Bruggen, Michael T. Hirschmann, Klaus Strobel, Willm Uwe Kampen, … Frédéric Paycha, Pages 439-453SPECT/CT in Postoperative Foot and Ankle Pain, Willm Uwe Kampen, Florian Westphal, Tim Van den Wyngaert, Klaus Strobel, … Frédéric Paycha, Pages 454-468SPECT/CT in Postoperative Shoulder Pain, Mathilde Thélu-Vanysacker, Paycha Frédéric, Thélu Charles-Edouard, Bailliez Alban, … Blaire Tanguy, Pages 469-482

FACULTY

Teachers (Nuclear Medicine Physicians)

Frédéric Paycha
Edmond Rust
Mathilde Thélu (tbc)


PROGRAMME

download Curriculum (to be revised)

icon_question_pur HOW TO REGISTER

The course allows a maximum of 20 participants. Registrations will be accepted on a first come
first serve basis.

Online registration

In case you would like to sign in for the waiting list, please send an e-mail to esmit@eanm.org.


icon_ticket_pur REGISTRATION FEE

Course Fee               € 950.-

Registration Fee includes:

  • Electronic Course Book including all Slides
  • Coffee & Lunch Breaks on each Course Day

Registration Fee does NOT include:

  • Travel to the Venue
  • Accommodation

icon_payment_pur MODE OF PAYMENT

Registration fees need to be paid 4 weeks prior to the event. In case the payment is not received by this deadline, the registration needs to be cancelled. Payment can be settled by

  • Credit Card
  • Cheques will not be accepted

Bank Transfer to:

Bank Name: Die ERSTE Bank
Banking Code: 20111
Account Number: 28120039900
IBAN Code: AT602011128120039900
SWIFT Code: GIBAATWW

icon_cancellation_pur CANCELLATION POLICY

Cancellations must be notified in writing to the EANM Office. Telephone cancellations cannot be accepted. Substitutions will be accepted and can be made at any time. Name and e-mail address of substitutes need to be sent to the EANM Office 4 weeks prior to the event. In the case of cancellation 4 weeks before the course, we will refund you the fee less a € 100,- administration charge.
After this date we cannot grant any refund for cancellations. Any refund will take place after the respective course. EANM will not be held liable for cancellation fees of hotels, airlines or other means of transportation.

HOTELS

Hotel Ruby Marie (ESMIT Headquarter Hotel)

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Please note that it is highly recommended to book your accommodation at Ruby Marie´s as quick as possible due to the strong demand of bookings!


The Vienna Hotel

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Austria Trend Hotel

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Intercity Hotel Vienna

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Mercure Hotel Raphael

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Mercure Hotel Westbahnhof 

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DIRECTIONS

Int. Airport Vienna to the ESMIT Learning Centre

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ESMIT HQ Hotel Ruby Marie to the ESMIT Learning Centre

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Railway Station “Westbahnhof” to the ESMIT Learning Centre

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U3 Metro Station “Zieglergasse” to the ESMIT Learning Centre

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