Although congenital lung abnormalities are relatively rare, pediatric pulmonologists are often confronted with issues relating to proper diagnosis, management and long-term follow-up. Congenital lung abnormalities can be detected during pregnancy, in the neonatal period or even later in childhood. The collaboration between pediatric radiologists and pulmonologists is essential for a correct interpretation of radiological findings, management decisions and planning of the long-term follow up.
Learn about the close collaboration between pediatric radiologists and pulmonologists in the diagnosis, management and long-term follow-up of children with congenital lung abnormalities. Overview and classification from a clinicians and radiologists point of view. What are the best radiological modalities in the investigation of congenital lung abnormalities.
In this webinar, we like to highlight the clinical and radiological presentation of examples of congenital lung abnormalities and interdisciplinary collaboration.
Lecture based panel discussion.
Following this webinar, participants will :
- have an overview the classification and clinical presentation of congenital lung abnormalities from a clinician’s and a radiologist’s point of view.
- gain knowledge about the best radiological modalities for diagnosis and long-term-follow-up.
An application for accreditation of this webinar has been made to the European Board for Accreditation in Pneumology (EBAP) for 1 CME credit per 1-hour attendance. If accredited, the CME credit will be granted upon attendance of at least 60 minutes during the live webinar only.
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Diseases / methods
- Paediatric respiratory diseases
- Congenital malformations