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Japan Society of Interventional Radiology, General Incorporated Association 53rd Annual General Meeting of Ja pan Society of Interventional Radiology Public lecture held – “Do you know about IVR?” (Free participation)

Japan Society of Interventional Radiology, General Incorporated Association [53rd Japan Interventional Radiology Society General Meeting] Public lecture held – “Do you know about IVR?” (Participation fee is free) ……
The Japan Society of Interventional Radiology (Japan Society of Interventional Radiology) (Higashi Matsuyama City, Saitama Prefecture, President: Koichiro Yamakado) will hold an IVR conference on Saturday, May 25, 2024 during the 53rd General Meeting of the Japan Society of Interventional Radiology. We will be holding a public lecture titled “Do you know?” in a hybrid format (on-site + live streaming).  IVR is an abbreviation for interventional radiology and is also called image-guided treatment. IVR treatment, which uses catheters and needles while looking inside the body using images such as X-ray fluoroscopy and CT, is a minimally invasive treatment that places less stress on the patient’s body.
[Image: https://prtimes.jp/i/89395/4/resize/d89395-4-293c2205b658cf1cf3f0-0.jpg&s3=89395-4-9edcad27b7c163142fcad3ea1a804b3e-1654×2339.jpg] 53rd Annual General Meeting of Japanese Interventional Radiology Society Public lecture “Do you know about IVR?”
[Sponsor] Japan Society of Interventional Radiology (Japan
Interventional Radiology Society)
[Date and time] May 25, 2024 (Sat) 14:30-15:30
[Event format] Hybrid format (on-site event + LIVE distribution) [Participation fee] Free
[Venue] Wakayama Castle Hall 3F Small Hall (25-1 Seventh Street, Wakayama City, 640-8156)
【program】
Moderator: Shingo Kaketa (Hirosaki University, Department of Diagnostic Radiology)
1. What is IVR?
Shiro Onozawa (Radiology, Kyorin University Hospital)
2. IVR for women ~ Focusing on obstetric bleeding and uterine fibroids ~ Keigo Osuga (Department of Diagnostic Radiology, Faculty of Medicine, Osaka Medical and Pharmaceutical University)
3. What IVR can do for cancer treatment Yasunori Arai (Department of Diagnostic Radiology, National Cancer Center Hospital East)
[Contact information for public lectures]
53rd Japan Interventional Radiology Society General Meeting Management Office Japan Convention Service Co., Ltd. Kansai Branch
2nd floor, Keihanshin Yodoyabashi Building, 4-4-7 Imabashi, Chuo-ku, Osaka 541-0042
E-mail: 53jsir2024@convention.co.jp
[About IVR]
IVR (IVR) is an abbreviation for Interventional Radiology, and it is a treatment method that is spreading in various medical settings. This treatment is performed by inserting thin medical instruments (catheters and needles) while looking through the body with diagnostic imaging equipment such as X-rays, CT, and ultrasound, and there is no need to cut into the abdomen or chest as in surgery. , which is characterized by less burden on the patient’s body.
[About the Japanese Society of Interventional Radiology]
The Japanese Society of Interventional Radiology (Japan Society of Interventional Radiology) was established on January 1, 1995, and became a general incorporated association in 2005, and is a
subcommittee of the Japanese Medical Association. The main objectives of our activities are the development of IVR technology, research collaboration both domestically and internationally, and awareness raising.
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