2nd Edition of MRI & Ultrasound in Veterinary Medicine

10-12 May, 2024

Sardinia (Italy)

Friday, May 10th


  Small animal stream Equine stream
9:00 Welcome and Introduction
9:15 MRI: Vet-MR system over the last 24 years: clinical capability and improvement in image quality
M. Herrtage
US: How ultrasound can help explore the skull and head structures
V. Busoni
10:00 MRI: MRI options in orthopedic disorders: when it makes the difference
N. Ondreka-Eley
US: Ultrasound & Wounds – Debunking the Myths
M. B. Whitcomb
10:45 Coffee break
11:00 MRI: MRI in metabolic encephalopathies: a straightforward diagnosis?
C. Falzone
US: Interventional Ultrasound & Minimally Invasive Procedures in horses
M. B. Whitcomb
11:45 MRI: Disc disease beyond classification with Supreme Vet-MR
M. Baroni
US: If you can't avoid it, make it your ally: dealing with uncertainty in equine ultrasound
V. Busoni
12:30 Lunch break
13:45 US: Embryology and genetics of cardiac conditions
A. Pelosi
MRI: A review of standing MRI using G-scan Equine
G. Myhre
14:30 US: Congenital heart diseases in small animals: morphological features and management
C. Bussadori
MRI: MRI of the Digital Flexor Tendon Sheath – Are there any benefits?
M. Waselau
15:15 Coffee break
15:30 US: Vascular rings: characteristics and treatment
A. Pelosi
MRI: Tarsal MRI – When? How to? Limitations?
M. Waselau
16:15 US: Management of the patient with congenital heart disease: case discussion
C. Bussadori
MRI: What are common and not so common MR findings in the tarsus/metatarsus
K. Selberg
17:00 US: Pathophysiology and characteristics of chronic mitral valve disease
C. Bussadori
MRI panel All Speakers
17:45 Adjourn
19:00 Welcome Reception

Saturday, May 11th


9:00 Welcome and Introduction
9:15 US: Diagnosing peritoneal diseases: pros and cons of ultrasound
F. Rossi
MRI: Stifle MRI – How to? – Technical Requirements, Set Up and Expectations
M. Waselau
10:00 US: Diagnosing thromboembolism with Doppler ultrasound
L. Gaschen
MRI: Stifle MRI – When? – Indications and Findings
M. Waselau
10:45 Coffee break
11:00 US: Update on small intestinal ultrasound with histopathology comparisons in dogs and cats
L. Gaschen
MRI: Is it profitable to own a G-scan equine in private practice?
G. Myhre
11:45 US: Imaging of the adrenals: ultrasound versus CT
F. Rossi
MRI: What is a minimum data base for an MR exam and how we can use limited screening sequences
K. Selberg
12:30 Lunch break
13:45 MRI: Cerebral Microbleeds with Supreme Vet-MR
M. Baroni
MRI: MRI of the Equine Skull – How to and is it Worth…?
M. Waselau
14:30 MRI: MRI application in peripheral nerve diseases
N. Ondreka-Eley
MRI: Case based learning focus on foot-fetlock,
K. Selberg
15:15 Coffee break
15:30 MRI panel All Speakers US: Meniscal injuries in horses - Where Ultrasound fits into our Clinical Examination
M.B. Whitcomb
16:15 MRI panel All Speakers US: Foot ultrasound: what is worthwhile in equine field practice?
V. Busoni
17:00 Adjourn
19:30 Social Event and Dinner
 

Sunday, May 12th


  MRI US
9:15 MRI: MRI imaging of patients with cerebellar disease
S. Cizinauskas
US: Challenging clinical cases
F. Rossi
10:00 MRI: MRI and spinal tumors: a tricky diagnosis
C. Falzone
US: Ultrasound of the stomach and pancreas in dogs and cats with vomiting
L. Gaschen
10:45 Coffee break
11:00 MRI: Interactive Clinical Cases All Speakers US: Canine cardiomyopathies: primary and secondary
A. Pelosi
11:45 MRI: Interactive Clinical Cases All Speakers US: Transesophageal echocardiographic exam
C. Bussadori
12:30 Conclusion in plenary session
 

2nd Edition of MRI & Ultrasound in Veterinary Medicine