European Conference on Embolotherapy

June 16-19 | Nice, France

June 16-19 | Nice, France

ET 2020

June 16-19 | Nice, France

June 16-19 | Nice, France

June 16-19 | Nice, France

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Watch expert interviews and presentations on selected topics from past ET congresses below or browse all CIRSE videos on the society’s YouTube channel and at the CIRSE Library.

The future of embolotherapy

We caught up with some of the key people who made ET 2019 possible, as well as representatives from some of the conference’s most important industry partners to get their take on where the field of embolotherapy is heading.

Arteriovenous malformations

Although AVMs are relatively rare, most IRs are bound to encounter them in the course of their career. It is therefore important to know the intricacies of this difficult-to-treat condition, including treatment approaches, technical challenges and follow-up.

Embolotherapy in women’s health

Embolotherapy is still strongly underutilised for the treatment of uterine fibroids, adenomyosis and postpartum haemorrhage. We caught up with three experts at ET 2019 to find out more about patient selection, techniques and how to get the word out about embolotherapy.

Relive the spirit of ET 2019

More than 800 medical experts came to Valencia for a fantastic first European Conference on Embolotherapy – ET 2019 – to discuss techniques, materials and the latest advances in embolisation procedures.

ET 2019 Lecture: Haemorrhoid: Anatomy and catheterisation

Listen to Dr. Alberto Rebonato’s lecture “Haemorrhoid: Anatomy and catheterisation.” This is one of just 120 educational lectures presented at ET 2019.

ET 2019 Lecture: Bilateral varicocele

Watch Dr. Raman Uberoi’s ET 2019 presentation on “Bilateral varicocele: what is different about the right side.”