Bone Marrow Edema is a confusing term. It describes different conditions that have a similar imaging appearance. Although this condition is very common, there is no consensus
about the terminology and causes of pathology. Although treatment options have been suggested, guidelines have not yet been agreed upon. This meeting will
focus on all the aspects of bone marrow edema syndromes and the relationship with the subchondral bone unit. After aiming for consensus in terminology on the first day, Treatment options and future directions will be discussed on the second day of the meeting. The meeting will be held in Tel-Aviv, on the Mediterranean Sea shore, close to old Jaffa, and colorful markets and surrounded by great restaurants and bars. Tel-Aviv, also called the white city, is a protected site by UNESCO due to the unique historical architecture style. The weather in January is around 18 degrees.