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Fri, Dec 09



DTV Course at the University Hospital Basel, OMF Surgery 29./30. April 2022

Interdisciplinary Radiation Protection - Expert Course for Training in Cone Beam CT (CBCT) / Digital Volume Tomography (DVT) ORL / OMF with Certification and BAG Recognition, on April 29 / 30, 2022, University Hospital Basel OMF Surgery (Preliminary Course ENT on April 29, afternoon).

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DTV Course at the University Hospital Basel, OMF Surgery 29./30. April 2022

Time & Location

Dec 09, 2022, 2:00 PM GMT+1 – Dec 10, 2022, 6:00 PM GMT+1

Basel, Spitalstrasse 21, 4031 Basel, Schweiz

About the event

Flyer for the event with all information (PDF Document, german)


Dear Colleagues

Great technological advances have been made in the field of radiological imaging in recent years. In addition to improvements in the field of fan beam tomography (CT), these advances have resulted in multiple innovations in the field of cone beam computed tomography / digital volume tomography (CBCT/DVT). This also includes numerous positive aspects relevant to radiation protection. The widespread use of DVT imaging requires extended and well-founded training. In addition to the recommendations drawn up by the Federal Commission for Radiation Protection and Monitoring of Radioactivity, the adjustments to the requirements for expert knowledge and expertise are now being implemented as part of the revision of the ordinances in radiation protection by the BAG. For medical specialists who work with ionizing radiation, it is now obligatory to acquire the necessary expertise within the framework of a corresponding course recognized by the BAG.

We are pleased to offer an interdisciplinary BAG-recognized expert course for training in Cone Beam CT (CBCT) / Digital Volume Tomography (DVT) of the Swiss Society for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery SSOMFS and the Swiss Society for Oto-, Rhino-, Laryngology SGORL.




President SGORL

Prof. Dr. Philippe Pasche


President SSOMFS

 Dr. Dr. Robert E. Weber

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