IVRA

IVRA Best Oral & Poster Presentations

Previous Recipients of IVRA Rhodes Presentation Awards
for Best Oral and Poster Presentations


2018

Oral Presentation

Drs Kuan-Sheng Chen, Kuan-Yo Chen, Tzu-Yi Ma, Chieh-Fan Chen, Hsien-Chi Wang. National Chung Hsing University Taiwan. Title of presentation: Clinical correlation between ultrasonographical renal dimensional indices and renal function in feline chronic kidney disease.       

Poster Presentation

Drs Jin woo Jung, Sang-Kwon Lee, Seungio Park, Jihye Choi. Chonnam National University, South Korea. Title of poster: Computed Tomography for evaluation of mass lesions originated from the reproductive system in bitches.

2015

Oral Presentations - Joint Winners

Drs C R Gordon, K Marioni-Henry, P Amengual, D Shaw and T Liuti. Royal Dick School of Veterinary Studies, United Kingdom. Title of presentation: MRI-based morphometric analysis of the canine caudal fossa in relation to Chiari-like malformation in brachycephalic breeds

Drs S Schaub, A Hartman, T Schwarz, K Amort and M Schneider, Justus Liebig-University, Giessen, Germany. Title of presentation: Comparison of contrast enhanced multidetector computed tomography angiography and conventional angiography for the evaluation of portosystemic-shunt occlusion via cellophane-banding.

Poster Presentation

Drs A Anson and S Kneisel, University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna, Austria. Title of presentation: Prevalence of occupational injury symptoms among veterinary radiologists and evaluation of the reporting environment ergonomics.

2012

Oral presentation - Drs. P Pey, F. Rossi, M. Vignoli, O. Travetti, L. Marescaux, JH Saunders. Ghent University, Belgium. Title of presentation: Assessment of contrast-enhanced ultrasonography and contrast-enhanced computed tomography for the evaluation of adrenal tumors in dogs.

Poster presentation - Drs. Y Vali, M. Molazem, S. Madani. Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Tehran, Iran. Title of presentation: Three-dimensional ultrasonographic evaluation of an ovarian tumor with concurrent hepatomegaly in a common mynah (Acridotheres tristis).

2009

Oral presentation - Drs B. Bosch, I. Kiefer, E. Ludewig, A. Hause, G. Oechtering. University of Leipzig, Germany. Title of presentation: Multiphasic contrast-enhanced multidetector row CT: correlation of the peak attentuation in the aorta abdominalis and portal vein with easy detectable clinical parameters.

Poster presentation – Drs C. Stahl, C. Wacker, F. Forterre, J. Lang, P. Hecht, D. Gorgas, University of Berne, Switzerland. Title of presentation: MRI findings of musculotendinopathy of the lateral head of the gastrocnemius muscle in herding dogs.

2006

Oral presentation - Drs F. Audigie, D. Didierlaurent, D. Carnicer, J.M. Denoix, National Veterinary School of Alfort, France. Title of presentation: Radiographic and ultrasonographic examination of synovial intervertebral joints of the equine cervical spine.

Poster presentation - Dr M. Spriet, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, USA. Title of presentation: The "magic angle" effect, a possible cause of increased magnetic resonance imaging signal intensity in the collateral ligament of the distal interphalangeal joint in horses.

2003

Oral presentation - Dr J. Kinns, Bell Equine Veterinary Clinic, United Kingdom. Title of presentation: Diagnosis of deep digital flexor tendonitis in the foot using MRI in the standing horse.

Poster presentation - Drs K. Miyahara, J.Ilintai, S. Hashiyama, H. Ueno, K. Yamada, A Honma, H. Ishikawa, M. Sato, T. Hirose. Obihiro University of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine, Japan. Title of presentation: Normal radiographic parameters of the caudal vena cava in dairy cattle.

2000

Oral presentation - Drs I. Gielen, B. van Ryssen and H. van Bree, Department Medical Imaging, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Ghent, Belgium. Title of presentation: The use of computerized tomography in tarsocrural osteochondrosis in the lateral trochlear ridge of the dog.

Poster presentation - Drs C. Erichsen, H. Uhlhorn and M. Berger, Department of Clinical Radiology, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden. Title of presentation: The effect of soft tissue attenuation in the dorsal projection of the equine pelvis quantified by a post mortem specimen.

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