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W5 Leveraging noninvasive imaging and computational analyses to improve our understanding of pelvic anatomy and function
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Leveraging noninvasive imaging and computational analyses to improve our understanding of pelvic anatomy and function

  • Workshop 5
  • Wednesday 7th September 2022
  • 09:00 - 10:30 CEST
  • Hall K1. Capacity: 220
  • In-Person and online attendees
  • ICS Members OnlyRestricted Video
26/01/2023 05:26:04

Workshop Schedule

Marianna Alperin
All
Milena M Weinstein
All
Paul Hodges
All
Megan R Routzong
All
Marianna Alperin
Milena M Weinstein
Paul Hodges
Megan R Routzong

Aims & Objectives

Basic
90 minutes
Imaging
Pure and Applied Science / Translational
functional anatomy imaging image analysis
Urology, Urogynaecology and Female & Functional Urology, Pure and Applied Science

Imaging is used to assess anatomy and function of pelvic soft tissues and the impact of surgical interventions. Too frequently, imaging is not utilized to its full potential to evaluate anatomic variation or robustly quantify functionally-relevant tissue properties. Imaging, particularly dynamic imaging, provides important information beyond simple morphological assessments to enhance clinical decision making. Additionally, while radiological measures are commonplace, computational analyses of rich imaging data have the power to detect subtle but relevant phenotypic variations. This workshop will highlight techniques and analyses that facilitate identification of novel diagnostic and therapeutic targets relevant to pelvic floor disorders.