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Multiparametric ultrasound assessment of diffuse liver disease

 

Canon Medical Systems

 

Tuesday 31st January
12:30 - 13:30

Sheikh Maktoum Hall A

 

Summary

 

Prevalence of diffuse liver disease is increasing globally and is now a worldwide problem. In addition to alcohol abuse or chronic hepatitis, other causes such as metabolic syndrome or liver-related conditions are emerging. The wide variety of these causes and their impact on the liver require the combination of conventional ultrasound with dedicated techniques to deliver appropriate staging of the patient. This workshop will review the use and diagnostic performance of techniques such as elastography for fibrosis or attenuation imaging for steatosis, including the last updates.

Learning objectives

 

  • Get practical tips from the examples discussed to increase your diagnostic confidence.
  • We will learn how to evaluate multiple aspects of diffuse liver disease using ultrasound imaging techniques on Canon Medical devices.

Company bio


Our commitment to our Made for Life philosophy has been on-going for over 100 years. At Canon Medical we work hand in hand with our medical, academic and research partners to create industry-leading solutions that deliver fast and accurate diagnoses, improve treatment and enhance patient care while enriching quality of life. We build long-term relationships based on transparency, trust and respect. Our mission is to provide medical professionals with solutions that support their efforts in contributing to the health and well-being of patients worldwide. Patients are at the heart of everything we do. At Canon Medical we are dedicated to delivering patient-centric solutions that contribute to the quality of patient outcomes while maximizing comfort.

Presenter

 

Kamal Hachem, MD
Director of the Radiology Department
Hôtel Dieu de France, Beirut/Lebanon

He received his diploma in General Medicine from the School of Medicine of Saint-Joseph University in Beirut in 1991 and his specialty in medical imaging from the same faculty in 1994. For three years, he did his sub-specialty in the field of ultrasound at the University’s hospitals of Paris with renowned professors. He is a graduate in general ultrasound from the University of Paris Sud and in vascular Doppler ultrasonography from the University of Paris VI. Full-time radiologist at the Hôtel-Dieu de France Hospital-Beirut since 1999. Head of the medical imaging department since September 2022. Associate professor of radiology at Saint Joseph University medical school. Author of a book in neurovascular Doppler ultrasound and several publications. He made several workshops and presentations in various international meetings. He is member of the Lebanese Society of Radiology and the French Society of Radiology and member of the board of the French Society for Ultrasound.