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BSPR 2007 Programme

The British Society of Paediatric Radiology

Scientific Meeting 2007

 

 

 

Sponsored by:                                    6 RCR CME CREDITS AWARDED

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FINAL PROGRAMME

 

0.90-09.30            Registration & Welcome

 

09.30-10.10            Paediatric Sports Medicine            Dr Andrew Newton, Weston s Mare

 

10.10-11.15       Scientific Papers

 

11.15-11.30       Coffee Break/Posters

 

11.30-14.10            Changing attitudes to radiation 1896-2007            Dr Bob Bury Leeds

 

14.10-15.15       Scientific Papers

 

15.15-15.30       Tea Break

 

15.30-16.10       Role of MDCT in vascular and infectious diseases of childhood

Dr Cathy Owens, GOS

 

16.15-17.20       Scientific Papers

 

17.20-17.30       Meeting Close

 

17.45     Drinks in the bar

 

18.45     Annual dinner Leigh Court

 

 


SCIENTIFIC PAPERS

 

Session 1 – 10.10-11.15

 

Chair   Dr Susan King, Weston Area Health Trust

 

10.10     Treatment of hypertension due to segmental renal artery disease.  McLaren C, Tullus K, Hamilton G, Marks S, Roebuck D. Great Ormond Street Hospital, London.

 

10.20     Radiologists satisfaction with training and support in suspected physical abuse.  Pervaiz A, Offiah AC. Great Ormond Street Hospital, London.

 

10.30     Introduction and validation of a new classification system for vertebral anomalies and scoliosis.  Offiah AC, Alman B, Cornier AS, Dunwoodie SL, Giampetro P, Tassey O, Turnpenny P. Great Ormond Street Hospital, London.

 

10.40     Dating infant fractures.  Halliday K, Broderick N, Somers J. Nottingham City Hospital.

 

10.50     Does MRE flat your boat?  Harave S, Fairhurst, J. Southampton Children’s Hospital.

 

11.0        NAI:  a retrospective analysis of sets of twins.  Ferguson J, Chapman S, Johnson K, Birmingham Children’s Hospital.

 

11.10     Retroversion as a marker of uterine maturation.  Leung R, Allan R., St George’s Hospital, London.

 

11.15     Break

 

Session 2 – 14.10 – 15.15

 

Chair  Dr Patricia Woodhead, Weston Area Health Trust

 

14.10     Antenatal ultrasound and fetal MRI of non CMS abnormalities, a comparison.  Jaffe S, Miller C, Birmingham Children’s Hospital.

 

14.20     Imaging tarsal coalition.  Dimond D. Bristol Children’s Hospital.

 

14.30     DDH screening protocols.  McDonnell O, Turner J. Ulster Hospital Dundonald.

 

14.40     Ultrasound screening of DDH : revelations from a DGH.  Mankad K, Tirukonda P, Cham K, Huddersfield Royal Infirmary.

 

14.50     Significance of femoral head flattening in sonographic investigation for DDH.  Choi EH, Naji M, Wilkinson AG, Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Edinburgh

 

15.0        CO2  angiography in children : safety and technical spects, McLaren C, Roebuck D.  Great Ormond Street Hospital, London.

 

15.10.1                  An unusual cause of leg pain.  Gomez AC, Arthurs OJ, Nicholson JC, Set P. Cambridge University Hospital.

 

15.15     Break

 

 

Session 3 – 16.10-17.20

 

Chair  Dr Cathy Owens, Great Ormond Street Hospital

 

16.10     Computer aided detection for the identification of pulmonary nodules in paediatric oncology.  Helm E, Roberts H, Silva C, Babyn P.  Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto.

 

16.20     Splenic nodules in paediatric Gaucher’s disease.  Chippington S, McHugh K, Vellodi A.  Great Ormond Street Hospital, London.

 

16.30     Whole body STIR MRI at Birmingham Children’s Hospital.  JelBert A, Atkin K, Johnson K.  Birmingham Children’s Hospital.

 

16.40     What happens to the thymic remnant in children who have undergone cardiac surgery?  MacDonald K, MacKenzie S. Bristol Children’s Hospital.

 

16.50     Imaging of complications of haemolytic uraemic syndrome – a 5 year experience in a tertiary centre.  Sudigali V, Inward C, Mackenzie S, Grier D.  Bristol Children’s Hospital.

 

17.0        MRI estimation of liver iron load.  Thomas O, Watt A, Foster J.  Glasgow Children’s Hospital.

 

17.10     Booth Hall Hospital Radiology Museum.  Wilson B, Manchester Children’s Hospital.