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TRANSBRONCHIAL CRYOBIOPSY IN DIFFUSE PARENCHYMAL LUNG DISEASE - 4th Edition

Data da 10-10-2017 a 11-10-2017
Crediti15
Responsabile Scientifico STEFANO GASPARINI, VENERINO POLETTI
Sede Biblioteca Classense, Sala Muratori - RAVENNA IT
Regione Emilia Romagna
Figura Professionale Medico chirurgo (Discipline: Anatomia patologica, Chirurgia toracica, Malattie dell'apparato respiratorio, Oncologia)
Costo 550,00€; ERS/AIPO Members 495,00€

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Durata 15 ore
Tipologia Evento Corso Teorico-Pratico
Numero Max Partecipanti 60
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Provider AIPO - Associazione Italiana Pneumologi Ospedalieri (5079)
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The diagnostic work-up of diffuse parenchymal lung disease needs identification of the morphological aspects in a significant minority of patients. Surgical lung biopsy is considered the most efficient method to reach the goal so far. However it is associated to a significant incidence of morbidity and mortality mainly when the definite diagnosis will result to be Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF) or in elderly.

Transbronchial cryobiopsy is a new bioptic approach in this clinical scenario that is gaining an ever increasing consideration in the scientific community. Its safety profile is significantly better than that of surgical lung biopsy and its sensitivity and specifity appear very good especially in patients with IPF. Standardization of the method and its clinical role in the diagnostic work-up of patient with diffuse parenchymal lung disease are still under evaluation.

In this Course the technical aspects of transbronchial cryobiopsy, a proposal of standardization, its diagnostic role -as documented by recent studies or by experience accumulated in specialized Centers- will be presented and discussed.

Stefano Gasparini, Venerino Poletti