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Milan Cardiac Imaging 2018

12-13 aprile 2018


DIRETTORI:
FRANCESCO DE COBELLI (Università Vita – Salute, Ospedale S. Raffaele, IRCCS, Milano)
GIANLUCA PONTONE (Centro Cardiologico, Monzino, IRCCS, Milano)

Programma



Giovedì 12 Aprile 2018

13.00-13.30 Registrazione dei partecipanti
13.30–13.50 Benvenuto
Prof. Elena Tremoli
Direttore Scientifico
Centro Cardiologico Monzino

13.50-14.00 Introduction
Prof. Francesco De Cobelli (Milano)
Dr Gianluca Pontone (Milano)


HIGHLIGHTS 1.
Great Debate 1: when 2nd level cardiac imaging provides additional value
Gianluca Pontone (Milano) - Carlo Catalano (Roma)
14.00-14.30 Imaging in cardiotoxicity
Is Echo enough ? - Daniela Cardinale (Milano)
Are CMR and CT mandatory ? - Francesco De Cobelli (Milano)
14.30-15.00 Myocarditis:
How to perform CMR and what to look for - Giovanni Donato Aquaro (Pisa)
Biopsy … in which patients - Simone Sala (Milano)

15.00-15.30 CMR imaging in acute myocardial infarction
Not at all - Mauro Pepi (Milano)
Yes, absolutely to improve therapeutic management and outcome - Jan Boagert (Leuven, BE)

15.30-16.00 Discussion
16.00-16.30 Coffee Break


HIGHLIGHTS 2.
Plaque imaging in 2018
Antonio Bartorelli (Milano) – Gianpaolo Carrafiello (Milano)
16.30-16.50 Role of plaque characteristics in cardiac imaging - Riccardo Marano (Roma)
16.50-17.10 Role of computational fluid dynamic to detect the plaque stress - Gianluca Pontone (Milano)
16.10-17.30 Role of imaging to detect the plaque inflammation - Danilo Neglia (Pisa)
17.30-17.50 Can plaque imaging guide the therapy – Andrea Guaricci (Bari)
17.50-18.10 Discussion
18.10-18.30 Lecture:
“The bill, please” a cardiac imaging cost-effectiveness analysis

Maurizio Centonze (Trento)


Venerdì 13 Aprile 2018

HIGHLIGHTS 3: “Great Debates”
Claudio Tondo (Milano) – Luigi Lovato (Bologna)

08.30-09.00 CMR versus Echo in cardiomyopathy
Pro Echo – Nicola Gaibazzi (Parma)
Pro CMR - Guido Ligabue (Modena)
09.00-09.30 Endocarditis: echocardiography is enough ?
Pro - Yes, absolutely – Paolo Colonna (Bari)
Con - Not at all – Vincenzo Russo (Bologna)
09.30-10.00 Ventricular arrhythmias: the invasive evaluation is enough ?
Pro - Yes, absolutely – Antonio Dello Russo (Milano)
Con - Not at all – Antonio Esposito (Milano)
10.00-10.30 Discussion
10.30-11.00 Coffee Break


HIGHLIGHTS 4: Mini-invasive procedure in structural cardiac disease:
role of CT and MR in planning, treatment and follow-up
Mauro Pepi (Milano) – Daniele Andreini (Milano)
11.00-11.25 TAVI – Marco Francone (Roma)
11.25-11.40 Mitral and tricuspidal interventions – Anna Palmisano (Milano)
11.40-12.00 Left atrial interventional procedures – Alberto Clemente (Massa Carrara)
12.00-12.30 Discussion
12.30-13.30 Lunch
13.30-14.30 Lecture:
The role of machine learning in the cardiac imaging – James K. Min (New York)



HIGHLIGHTS 5: Last updates before closing
Marco Guazzi (Milano) – Jacopo Carbone (Roma)
14.00-14.20 Quantitative perfusion imaging with CT: where we are – Alexia Rossi (Milano)
14.20-14.40 Mapping in CMR – Viviana Maestrini (Roma)
14.40-15.00 3D printing in cardiac imaging – Riccardo Faletti (Torino)
15.00-15.20 4D flow: toy horse or realistic tool ? – Luigi Natale (Roma)
15.20-15.40 Discussion
15.40-17.00 WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE
Introduction: Francesco De Cobelli (Milano), Gianluca Pontone (Milano)
Presenter
Team 1:
Silvia Castelletti (Milano), Saima Mushtaq (Milano),Edoardo Conte (Milano), Nicola Galea (Roma)
Team 2:
Francesco Secchi (Milano), Marco Guglielmo (Milano), Sara Seitun (Genova), Giulia Benedetti (Milano)
Team 3:
Paola Maria Cannaò (Milano), Giuseppe Muscogiuri (Milano), Andrea Baggiano (Milano), Carlo Liguori (Napoli)
17.00 Conclusions - Francesco De Cobelli - Gianluca Pontone