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Detection of COVID-19 on CT Scans: BerlinCaseViewer as a Training Tool during the Current Coronavirus Pandemic

The novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 currently presents medical professionals in many countries with an unprecedented challenge. It can lead to pneumonia in a considerable proportion of cases with a serious clinical course or even death in some cases. Many questions have arisen, of which not nearly all can be answered at the time. Some are: What […]

Remote Learning: BerlinCaseViewer Streaming Live

Due to the current situation regarding the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) we are facing certain constraints in public life. Legislators took steps to protect people, and the measures introduced call for solidarity – at a distance. The aim of for instance curfews is to limit the number of people infected with COVID-19. Taking its natural course, […]

BerlinCaseViewer at the Annual Meeting of the ASAS International Society: Early Detection of Spondyloarthritis

From January 17th to 18th Kay G. Hermann and Denis Poddubnyy headed to Houston, Texas, USA. At the annual meeting of the ASAS (Assessment of SpondyloArthritis – International Society) everything revolved around early diagnosis of and improved treatment strategies for axial Spondyloarthritis (axSpA), because grievous disease progressions with stiffenings and deformities are less common if […]

Our iPads

Our iPads are polished, branded and waiting to be shipped to our next workshop, which will take place in Oberwiesenthal, Germany, with the support of Bayer Pharmaceuticals. 32 radiologists will receive hands-on training in the imaging of rheumatic diseases of the peripheral joints. A further 15 workshops are planned for this year! Stickers created by […]

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Impressions of the workshop

Impressions of the workshop “Modern Imaging of Rheumatic Diseases” as part of the symposium “New Horizons in Radiology”. This year’s topic was peripheral joint diseases. In addition to short lectures, ample time was allocated for working with cases presented on iPads. Tutors from Rheumaimaging.de were available to help the participants solve the cases.