Renal cell carcinoma (RCC) is the 3rd most common urological malignancy in adults and has become one of the top five solid cancers in men and women.* Advances in imaging technology allow for early detection and facilitate optimal management of this disease. How can imaging help in the detection, staging and differentiation of renal masses?

FEATURE PRESENTATION

Imaging in Renal Mass: Diagnostic and Local Staging
By: Prof. Pilar Laguna, the Netherlands

Join us online this week as we feature Prof. Pilar Laguna’s eSeries on imaging in renal masses. In this eSeries, Prof. Laguna discusses the utility of the different imaging tests available in the diagnosis and local staging of renal masses, the indications and contraindications of each based on current guidelines, as well as the limitations and pitfalls.

Click here to view a short clip of her presentation.To watch the complete eSeries, log in to SIU Academy and click on the Latest eSeries’ banner in the What’s Trending tab.

You can also test your knowledge of the subject by completing the pre- and post-test questions that complement this presentation.


*According to US solid cancer 2013 estimates
 



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