2017 Prize Winners

Congratulations to the following ESPR 2017 Prize Winners:


Scientific Session: Abdominal (GI & GU) Imaging
New sonographic features useful in differentiating congenital duodenal anomalies from malrotation: Gastric and duodenal wall thickening and hyperechogenicity
Pablo Caro Dominguez, Sevilla/ES

Scientific Session: Cardiac and thoracic
Cardiac MRI: Differences of myocardial strain assessed by feature tracking between pectus excavatum patients and healthy volunteers
André Lollert, Mainz/DE

Scientific Session: CT and radiation dose
Fluoroscopy in pediatric radiology – how important is an individual impact to radiation exposure of children?
Jovan Lovrenski, Novi Sad/RS

Scientific Session: Fetal and postmortem
First experiences and diagnostic utility of micro-CT for fetal autopsy
John Ciaran Hutchinson, London/UK

Scientific Session: MSK
Temporomandibular joint MRI findings in adolescents with primary disk displacement in comparison to those in juvenile idiopathic arthritis
Jeannine Bucheli, Ebikon/CH

Scientific Session: Neuro
T1 signal intensity changes of deep brain nuclei after multiple gadobenate dimeglumine injections: Comparison of children and adults
Sonja Kinner, Essen/DE

Scientific Session: Oncology and whole body imaging
Pulmonary Nodule Detection and Characterisation in Children with Wilms Tumours: Do Radiologists Agree?
Susan Cheng Shelmerdine, London/UK

Best scientific poster
Liver Intravoxel incoherent motion diffusion-weighted imaging for hepatic steatosis and fibrosis in children
Hyun Joo Shin, Seoul/KR

Best educational poster
Imaging of cancer therapy related toxicities in children: A pictorial essay
Marirosa Cristallo Lacalamita, Geneva/CH

Jacques Lefébvre Award
Diagnostic accuracy of ultrasound, computed tomography and wedge portography in the work-up for mesenterico-rex bypass in children with extrahepatic portal hypertension
Seema Toso, Geneva/CH

Young Researcher Award
Pulmonary Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis in children
Valeria Della Valle, Paris/FR

President’s Award
Increased Risk of Venous Thrombosis of the Arm with Multiple Peripherally Inserted Central Catheters Insertion in Paediatric patients
Ralph Gnannt, Zurich/CH