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Fujifilm Online Academy

Select Your Course and Take Your Mammography Skills to the Next Level

The workshops are presented by distinguished clinicians from around Europe, introducing best practices utilizing the latest technologies and tools for breast screening and diagnostic use.

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Prof. Laurie Fajardo
University of Utah, US
3.00 pm CET

Leveraging DBT to Improve Screening and Diagnostic Outcomes in Your Practice

This educational program provides an opportunity to learn about the benefits of digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) for detecting & diagnosing breast cancer. A review of the clinical trials validating DBT’s performance with respect to cancer detection rate and optimizing recall rate will be presented.

Learning Objectives:

Discuss the evidence basis for DBT’s impact on clinical performance metrics – cancer detection rate and recall rate

  1. Review DBT interpretation
  2. Illustrate the value that DBT can add to your practice by reviewing interesting clinical cases
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Dr. Eugenio Oliboni
Negrar, ITALY
3.45 pm CET

Clinical use of dual angle DBT

Dr.Eugenio Oliboni MD is Radiologist since 2015 at the IRCCS Sacro Cuore-Don Calabria Hospital, Negrar di Valpolicella (Verona).
He is working in Clinical Mammography and tomosinthesis, Contrast enhanced mammography, breast US and Breast MR imaging, Breast biopsies (DBT, US and MRI guided).
As well he is working in Interventional radiology,- Abdomen MRI/CT &  Neuroradiology.
He studied and specialized on radiology at the University of Verona. Faculty of medicine 2003 – 2015.
He is member of the Italian society of medical radiology (SIRM) from 2010, SIRM’s mammography section from 2015 & member of European Society of Radiology (ESR) from 2015

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Dr. Mechthild Schulze-Hagen
Moenchengladback, GERMANY
4.30 pm CET

Invasive lobular carcinoma in the diagnostic process

Because of their special growth pattern, the detection of ILC in FFDMis particularly difficult. DBT improves the detection of ILC comparedto FFDM. This webinar wants to show you the characteristic signs ofinvasive breast lobular breast cancers in DBT.

Breast US specialist since 1986, DEGUM II since 2008, since 2011 Tutor/Trainer in Mammo US
Since 2003 Certified for Mammography reading
Cooperation with Prof.Mueller-Leisse  since 2006 and Reader in German Mamma Screening
Since 2013 user of dual angle tomosynthesis
Working in primary diagnostic as well as post-surgery follow up
Worldwide lectures (Vienna,Warshaw, Istanbul, Stockholm, Nagoya,…)

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Prof. Rasha Kamal
Cairo University, EGYPT
5.00 pm CET

Contrast enhanced mammography, work flow and economics in breast cancer institutes

Prof. Rasha Kamal Fouad, Professor of Radiology, Head of the Women’s Imaging Unit – Cairo University and the Chief Consultant Breast Imaging in Baheya Breast Cancer Foundation. Prof. Kamal graduated from Cairo University Medical School in 1987 and was granted the Doctor Degree in Radiology in 1998. Cairo University is one of the largest, oldest, and most prestigious Medical Schools in Africa and the Middle East. Dr. Kamal is also the President of the Egyptian Society of Breast Imaging (EGSBI) and the head of the Radiology scientific team in the Breast Gynecological & Immuno-oncology International Cancer Society (BGIICC). Dr. Kamal was the former Deputy Manager of the “Women’s Health Outreach Program”.
She has carried out many research work and has given many lectures in the field of Women’s Imaging in National and International Conferences.

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Dr. Mechthild Schulze-Hagen
Moenchengladback, GERMANY
4.00 pm CET

Fujifilm AMULET Innovality Harmony introduction

What is Innovality HARMONY and how can it help reading your tomosynthesis images?
We will share with you important information about our Innovality HARMONY launch in Europe.
New designs and new image quality based on the combination of new ISR reconstruction and Dynamic Visualisation II for Mammography, resulting in a new level of reconstructed tomosynthesis slices and synthetic 2D image (S-View Plus).
Clinical feedback was given by Dr Schulze-Hagen talking about the image quality and comparison to screening reading

Breast US specialist since 1986, DEGUM II since 2008, since 2011 Tutor/Trainer in Mammo US
Since 2003 Certified for Mammography reading
Cooperation with Prof.Mueller-Leisse  since 2006 and Reader in German Mamma Screening
Since 2013 user of dual angle tomosynthesis
Working in primary diagnostic as well as post-surgery follow up
Worldwide lectures (Vienna,Warshaw, Istanbul, Stockholm, Nagoya,…)

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Dr. Anna Russo
Negrar, ITALY
4.00 pm CET

Contrast-enhanced digital mammography: A NEW TOOL IN BREAST IMAGING

Dr. Anna Russo has been working at the Sacro Cuore – Don Calabria hospital in Negrar di Valpolicella, Verona (Italy) for 10 years.
She is member of Italian Society of Radiology (SIRM) and its senology section as well as the European Society of Radiology (ESR).
She is mainly involved in clinical mammography, with particular focus on Tomosynthesis, Tomobiopsy, Contrast mammography and breast MRI.
She has participated as a speaker in a numbers of national and international congresses.

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Prof. Rasha Kamal
Cairo University, EGYPT
4.40 pm CET

CEM and MRI: which is right for whom

Prof. Rasha Kamal Fouad, Professor of Radiology, Head of the Women’s Imaging Unit – Cairo University and the Chief Consultant Breast Imaging in Baheya Breast Cancer Foundation. Prof. Kamal graduated from Cairo University Medical School in 1987 and was granted the Doctor Degree in Radiology in 1998. Cairo University is one of the largest, oldest, and most prestigious Medical Schools in Africa and the Middle East. Dr. Kamal is also the President of the Egyptian Society of Breast Imaging (EGSBI) and the head of the Radiology scientific team in the Breast Gynecological & Immuno-oncology International Cancer Society (BGIICC). Dr. Kamal was the former Deputy Manager of the “Women’s Health Outreach Program”.
She has carried out many research work and has given many lectures in the field of Women’s Imaging in National and International Conferences.

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Prof. Laurie Fajardo
University of Utah, US
3.00 pm CET

Interesting & challenging cases – Part II

Program Summary:

This educational program provides an opportunity to learn about the benefits of digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) for detecting and diagnosing breast cancer.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Discuss improvements in synthetic 2D (S-View) images to reduce radiation dose while increasing lesion conspicuity
  2. Discuss DBT workflow and “data load”
  3. Illustrate the value that DBT can add to your practice by reviewing interesting clinical cases
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Sally Cope / Jill Vickory
Fujifilm UK
3.30 pm CET

Full course with certificate
The CPD radiographer course

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Prof. Federico Zamboni
Negrar, ITALY
4.00 pm CET

DBT in clinical setting: instruction for use

Federico Zamboni, born in Verona Italy 30/09/1986, graduated in medicine in 10/10/2012 and specialized in Radiology in 28/08/2017. I work in the Ospedale Sacro Cuore Don Calabria at Negrar di Valpolicella (Verona) since September 2017 mainly dealing with breast diagnostics and breast interventional procedures (ultrasound-guided biopsy and Tomo-guided biopsy).

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Dr. Mechthild Schulze-Hagen
Moenchengladback, GERMANY
4.45 pm CET

Interesting & challenging cases

Breast US specialist since 1986, DEGUM II since 2008, since 2011 Tutor/Trainer in Mammo US
Since 2003 Certified for Mammography reading
Cooperation with Prof.Mueller-Leisse  since 2006 and Reader in German Mamma Screening
Since 2013 user of dual angle tomosynthesis
Working in primary diagnostic as well as post-surgery follow up
Worldwide lectures (Vienna,Warshaw, Istanbul, Stockholm, Nagoya,…)

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Prof. Laurie Fajardo
University of Utah, US
5.00 pm CET

Repeat recorded session
Interesting & challenging cases – Part I

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Dr. Anna Russo
Negrar, ITALY
4.00 pm CET

Interesting and challenging cases – Part II

Dr. Anna Russo has been working at the Sacro Cuore – Don Calabria hospital in Negrar di Valpolicella, Verona (Italy) for 10 years.
She is member of Italian Society of Radiology (SIRM) and its senology section as well as the European Society of Radiology (ESR).
She is mainly involved in clinical mammography, with particular focus on Tomosynthesis, Tomobiopsy, Contrast mammography and breast MRI.
She has participated as a speaker in a numbers of national and international congresses.

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Prof. Laurie Fajardo
University of Utah, US
5.00 pm CET

Repeat recorded session
Interesting & challenging cases – Part II

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Prof. Laurie Fajardo
University of Utah, US
3.00 pm CET

Tomosynthesis and synthetic 2D

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Sally Cope / Jill Vickory
Fujifilm UK
4.30 pm CET

Full course with certificate
NEW radiographer course

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Dr. Eugenio Oliboni
Negrar, ITALY
4.00 pm CET

DBT & CEDM: new techinques in modern breast imaging

Dr.Eugenio Oliboni MD is Radiologist since 2015 at the IRCCS Sacro Cuore-Don Calabria Hospital, Negrar di Valpolicella (Verona).
He is working in Clinical Mammography and tomosinthesis, Contrast enhanced mammography, breast US and Breast MR imaging, Breast biopsies (DBT, US and MRI guided).
As well he is working in Interventional radiology,- Abdomen MRI/CT &  Neuroradiology.
He studied and specialized on radiology at the University of Verona. Faculty of medicine 2003 – 2015.
He is member of the Italian society of medical radiology (SIRM) from 2010, SIRM’s mammography section from 2015 & member of European Society of Radiology (ESR) from 2015

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Prof. Rasha Kamal
Cairo University, EGYPT
4.45 pm CET

Multimodality approach to inflammatory breast disorders

Prof. Rasha Kamal Fouad, Professor of Radiology, Head of the Women’s Imaging Unit – Cairo University and the Chief Consultant Breast Imaging in Baheya Breast Cancer Foundation. Prof. Kamal graduated from Cairo University Medical School in 1987 and was granted the Doctor Degree in Radiology in 1998. Cairo University is one of the largest, oldest, and most prestigious Medical Schools in Africa and the Middle East. Dr. Kamal is also the President of the Egyptian Society of Breast Imaging (EGSBI) and the head of the Radiology scientific team in the Breast Gynecological & Immuno-oncology International Cancer Society (BGIICC). Dr. Kamal was the former Deputy Manager of the “Women’s Health Outreach Program”.
She has carried out many research work and has given many lectures in the field of Women’s Imaging in National and International Conferences.

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Prof. Laurie Fajardo
University of Utah, US
5.00 pm CET

Repeat recorded session
Tomosynthesis and synthetic 2D

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Prof. Laurie Fajardo
University of Utah, US
3.00 pm CET

Breast density and breast cancer risk assessment. Will AI add value?

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Dr. Eugenio Oliboni
Negrar, ITALY
4.45 pm CET

Interesting and challenging cases – Part II

Dr.Eugenio Oliboni MD is Radiologist since 2015 at the IRCCS Sacro Cuore-Don Calabria Hospital, Negrar di Valpolicella (Verona).
He is working in Clinical Mammography and tomosinthesis, Contrast enhanced mammography, breast US and Breast MR imaging, Breast biopsies (DBT, US and MRI guided).
As well he is working in Interventional radiology,- Abdomen MRI/CT &  Neuroradiology.
He studied and specialized on radiology at the University of Verona. Faculty of medicine 2003 – 2015.
He is member of the Italian society of medical radiology (SIRM) from 2010, SIRM’s mammography section from 2015 & member of European Society of Radiology (ESR) from 2015

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Prof. Laurie Fajardo
University of Utah, US
5.00 pm CET

Repeat recorded session
Breast density and breast cancer risk assessment. Will AI add value?

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Dr. Anna Russo
Negrar, ITALY
4.00 pm CET

Tomosynthesis guided biopsy: a new era in interventional mammography

Dr. Anna Russo has been working at the Sacro Cuore – Don Calabria hospital in Negrar di Valpolicella, Verona (Italy) for 10 years.
She is member of Italian Society of Radiology (SIRM) and its senology section as well as the European Society of Radiology (ESR).
She is mainly involved in clinical mammography, with particular focus on Tomosynthesis, Tomobiopsy, Contrast mammography and breast MRI.
She has participated as a speaker in a numbers of national and international congresses.

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Sally Cope / Jill Vickory
Fujifilm UK
4.45 pm CET

Full course with certificate
NEW radiographer course

If you missed the last webinars, you can watch the recording anytime

Lecture 16

Presenter 8

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