The 69th Annual Meeting of the Taiwan Radiological Society

Asia Pacific Emergency Radiology

International Prostate Imaging Educational Program and Symposium

NTUH International Convention Center, Taipei, Taiwan
Asia Pacific Emergency Radiology - Artificial intelligence: seamless revolution in Emergency Radiology
March 7, 2020
Room 401, NTUH International Convention Center, Taipei, Taiwan
Time Topic Speaker
Session 1. New diagnostic and intervention radiology for trauma patients
Rathachai Kaewlai (Thailand), Yon-Cheong Wong (Taiwan)
08:30~08:50 MRI of closed head injuries Dinesh Varma (Australia)
08:50~09:10 CTA of thoracic injuries Rathachai Kaewlai (Thailand)
09:10~09:30 Dynamic CT of abdominopelvic injuries Junichi Matsumoto (Japan)
09:30~09:50 Dual Energy CT: How It Works, and How it Adds Clinical Value Aaron Sodickson (USA)
09:50~10:00 Panel discussion  
10:00~10:30 Break
Session 2. Imaging techniques of cutting edge technology for non-trauma patients
Dinesh Varma (Australia), Hwan Jun Jae (Korea)
10:30~10:50 MRI and CTA protocols of acute stroke Wendy Cheong (Singapore)
10:50~11:10 Non-vascular intervention radiology for acute diseases Umarani (Malaysia)
11:10~11:30 Angioembolization and angioplasty of traumatic vascular injuries Hwan Jun Jae (Korea)
11:30~11:50 MRI of acute abdominal diseases Yon-Cheong Wong (Taiwan)
11:50~12:00 Panel discussion  
12:00~13:30 Lunch
Session 3. Asian perspectives of the impact of artificial intelligence on Emergency Radiology
Yon-Cheong Wong (Taiwan), Wing P. Chan (Taiwan)
13:30~13:50 How can artificial intelligence add value to a timely service in emergency radiology? Wing P. Chan (Taiwan)
13:50~14:10 Errors in radiology – would AI be the savior for radiologists? Dinesh Varma (Australia)
14:10~14:30 How can artificial intelligence add value to research in emergency radiology? Gil-Sun Hong (Korea)
14:30~14:50 Will radiologists be replaced by “robots” in emergency radiology? Aaron Sodickson (USA)
14:50~15:00 Panel discussion  

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