Pulmonary hypertension: clinical-radiological-pathological case series


11 April 2022 – 31 March 2023

18:00–19:00 CEST

Chairs: Robin Condliffe, Marion Delcroix, Anton Vonk Noordegraaf, Olivier Sitbon
Radiologist: Deepa Gopalan; Pathologist: Peter Dorfmüller

Fees: Different fees for single/multiple sessions. See below.

Information: ERS Statement on COVID-19 and upcoming ERS events

The pulmonary hypertension clinical-radiological-pathological case series is a 6-part series that will cover each of the PH classification groups. Each case will cover:

  • Clinical background
  • Review of imaging of patient
  • Review of pathology pertaining to that patient (if applicable, either from the patient or from similar patient)
  • Review of other imaging demonstrating important features of that disease area
  • Review of other pathology (if applicable) demonstrating important features of that disease area

The sessions are as follows:

  • Session 1: PH – PAH (11 April, 2022)
  • Session 2: PH – PVOD (13 June, 2022)
  • Session 3: PH – PH-LHD (12 September, 2022)
  • Session 4: PH – PH associated with respiratory diseases (November 2022)
  • Session 5: PH – CTEPH (January 2023)
  • Session 6: PH – Sarcoidosis and other diseases (March 2023)

An application will be submitted to EBAP (European Board for Accreditation in Pneumology) for CME accreditation of this event. The number of credits that you will receive will correspond to the time you spend viewing the sessions live.

Video recordings of each session will be made available to registered participants within two weeks after each session.

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Below you can register for each session individually or benefit from reduced fees by registering for multiple sessions or the full series.

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Session 1Took place on 11 April, 2022
Session 2Took place on 13 June, 2022
Session 3Took place on 12 September, 2022
Session 4Registration coming soon
Session 5Registration coming soon
Session 6Registration coming soon

Session 1: Clinical-radiological-pathological correlation of PH – PAH

11 April 2022
18:00-19:00 CEST

Centre: Sheffield, United Kingdom
Chairs: Robin Condliffe (Sheffield, United Kingdom), Anton Vonk Noordegraaf (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Radiologist: Deepa Gopalan (London, United Kingdom); Pathologist: Peter Dorfmüller (Paris, France)
Local faculty: Abdul Hameed, Rob Lewis, Charlotte Durrington

Topics: 1. SSc; 2. CHD; 3. PoPH

Session 2: Clinical-radiological-pathological correlation of PH – PVOD

13 June 2022
18:00-19:00 CEST

Centre: Paris, France
Chairs: Robin Condliffe (Sheffield, United Kingdom), Olivier Sitbon (Paris, France), David Montani (Paris, France)
Radiologist: Deepa Gopalan; Pathologist: Teodora Radonic (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Local faculty: David Montani, Athénaïs Boucly, Benoit Lechartier

Topics: 1. Idiopathic; 2. Drug-related; 3. CTD-related

Session 3: Clinical-radiological-pathological correlation of PH – LHD

12 September 2022
18:00-19:00 CEST

Centre: Amsterdam, Netherlands
Chairs: Robin Condliffe, Anton Vonk Noordegraaf
Radiologist: Deepa Gopalan; Pathologist: Peter Dorfmüller
Local faculty: Esther Nossent, Elizabeth Roosma, Pia Trip, Marielle van der Veerdonk

Topics: 1. IpcPH; 2. CpcPH

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Session 4: Clinical-radiological-pathological correlation of PH associated with respiratory diseases

November 2022 (tbc)
18:00-19:00 CET

Centre: Haifa, Israel
Chairs: Robin Condliffe
Radiologist: Deepa Gopalan; Pathologist: Peter Dorfmüller

Topics: 1. PH-Emphysema; 2. PH-ILD; 3. CFES

Session 5: Clinical-radiological-pathological correlation of PH – CTEPH

January 2023 (tbc)
18:00-19:00 CET

Centre: Leuven, Belgium
Chairs: Robin Condliffe, Marion Delcroix (Leuven, Belgium)
Radiologist: Deepa Gopalan; Pathologist: Peter Dorfmüller

Topics: 1. Proximal/Operable; 2. Distal/Inoperable

Session 6: Clinical-radiological-pathological correlation of PH – Lung

March 2023 (tbc)
18:00-19:00 CET

Centre: Zurich, Switzerland
Chairs: Robin Condliffe
Radiologist: Deepa Gopalan; Pathologist: Peter Dorfmüller
Local faculty: Mona Lichtblau, Silvia Ulrich

Topics: 1. Sarcoid; 2. Other including haemolytic anaemia


Single sessionMore than 1 session*
Full series€100€160€360
Session 1€25€40€60€15€24
Session 2€25€40€60€15€24
Session 3€25€40€60€15€24
Session 4€25€40€60€15€24
Session 5€25€40€60€15€24
Session 6€25€40€60€15€24


*Registering for multiple sessions: a discount will be applied automatically after the first registration.

Terms and conditions

Registering for someone else ? Contact registration@ersnet.org

Five ERS bursaries covering the registration fee are available if registering for full series.

To be eligible to apply, you must be:

  • Under 40 years old
  • A member of ERS

Please note that only one bursary may be allocated per person, per calendar year.

To apply, sign in to your myERS account when registering for the full case series. If you meet the criteria listed above, you will have the option to apply for the bursary at the time of registration.

You will be prompted to complete a digital form as part of the bursary application and to upload your CV. Please complete the form, attach your CV and then submit.

Please note that only completed application forms with an attached CV will be considered.

  • Bursary application deadline: 3 April 2022
  • Bursary application notification: 7 April 2022