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    3D Ultrasound in Gynecology

    During this one-hour video presentation, Dr. Pretorius discusses current clinical applications of 3D ultrasound in the pelvis. 
     

    Presenter: Dolores H. Pretorius, MD, Professor, Department of Radiology, University of California, San Diego.

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    Fetal Abdominal Abnormalities

    Fetal Abdominal Abnormalities will cover the multiple anomalies that can occur in the fetal abdomen. Sonographic descriptions will be provided, and a variety of associated anomalies will be explored. Attention will also be given to laboratory values that may present with specific anomalies....

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    Gynaecological Ultrasound - Infertility

    This session considers the role of ultrasound in the assessment and treatment of infertility. It reviews common pathology and imaging techniques, including the role of contrast and 3D ultrasound. Diagnostic pitfalls and reporting will be discussed.

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    Gynaecological Ultrasound - Normal and Abnormal Early Pregnancy

    The session on Normal Early Pregnancy considers the sonographic appearances of normal early pregnancy. It will include appearances at different gestational ages and describe pitfalls to avoid. Abnormal Early Pregnancy Tips will discuss the ultrasound appearances of common early pregnancy...

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    Gynaecological Ultrasound - The Menstrual Cycle and Postmenopausal Pelvis

    This session will consider the effect of the menstrual cycle on the ovaries and uterus and the associated changes in their appearance demonstrated by ultrasound imaging. The 2nd  session considers the sonographic appearance of the postmenopausal pelvis. It will include an overview of normal...

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    Image Interpretation - Gynaecological Ultrasound The Uterus

    This session considers the sonographic appearance of the adult premenopausal uterus. It will include an overview of normal appearances and common pathology, and discuss common pitfalls to avoid. Tips on reporting will be offered.

     

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    Image Interpretation - Gynaecological Ultrasound: The Ovaries and Adnexa

    This session considers the sonographic appearance of the adult premenopausal ovaries and adnexa. It will include an overview of normal appearances and common pathology, and discuss common pitfalls to avoid. Tips on reporting will be offered.

     

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    Image Interpretation - Head and Neck Ultrasound: Cranial

    Ultrasound is the primary modality for imaging the brain in neonates and young infants. This session will cover the technique, normal anatomy, normal variants and pathology. It will also give advice on potential imaging pitfalls.

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    Obstetric Ultrasound – Fetal Spine and Skeleton

    This session considers the ultrasound appearance of the fetal spine and skeleton. It will include an overview of normal appearances and common pathologies and discuss difficulties in imaging these areas. Tips on reporting will be offered.

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    Obstetric Ultrasound - Abdomen, Heart and Chest

    The first session will describe the normal ultrasound appearances of the fetal abdomen and the appearances of some major pathologies, which can be detected by an ultrasound scan. Session 2 will focus upon the fetal heart and chest. Anatomy and physiology will be discussed alongside ultrasound...

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    Obstetric Ultrasound - Abnormal First Trimester

    This session will discuss the ultrasound appearances of common early pregnancy complications including subchorionic haemorrhage, miscarriage, pregnancy of unknown location, ectopic pregnancy and gestational trophoblastic disease.

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    Obstetric Ultrasound - Applications of Doppler Ultrasound and Interventional Procedures

    Obstetric Ultrasound: Applications of Doppler Ultrasound reviews the use of Doppler ultrasound to investigate and monitor those pregnancies at risk of perinatal morbidity and mortality due to utero-placental insufficiency. Obstetric Ultrasound:...

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    Obstetric Ultrasound - Fetal Spine and Skeleton

    This session considers the ultrasound appearance of the fetal spine and skeleton. It will include an overview of normal appearances and common pathologies and discuss difficulties in imaging these areas. Tips on reporting will be offered.

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    Obstetric Ultrasound - Head and Face

    This session will consider the normal ultrasound appearances of the fetal head, brain and face and the appearances of some major pathologies.

     

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    Obstetric Ultrasound - Introduction

    This course considers the role of ultrasound in investigating obstetric conditions and discusses its value alongside other imaging modalities. Tips on equipment use, technique and reporting will be offered.

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    Obstetric Ultrasound - Normal Fetal Anomaly Scan

    This session will discuss the ultrasound appearances of common early pregnancy complications including subchorionic haemorrhage, miscarriage, pregnancy of unknown location, ectopic pregnancy and gestational trophoblastic disease. Portions of the content refer to UK exam requirements and...

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    Obstetric Ultrasound - Placental and Cervical Assessment in Pregnancy

    This session will discuss the role of ultrasound in the assessment of the placenta and cervix during pregnancy. Portions of the content refer to UK exam requirements and organization standards (FASP, RCOG), which may differ from U.S. standards. Please consult the AIUM or SDMS for the U.S. exam...

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    Obstetric Ultrasound - Third Trimester Scanning

    This session will discuss the reasons for scanning a singleton pregnancy in the third trimester, and the techniques involved. The various patterns of fetal growth that may be encountered are illustrated by graphs.

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    Obstetric Ultrasound: Normal First Trimester

    This session considers the sonographic appearances of normal early pregnancy. It will include appearances at different gestational ages and describe pitfalls to avoid. Tips on reporting will be offered.

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    Sonographic Imaging in the Fetal Brain, Face and Spine

    Neural tube defects - malformations of the brain and spine - are second only to cardiac defects underscoring the importance of prenatal diagnosis.  Modern uses of laboratory testing coupled with sonography increases our ability diagnose neural tube fusion failure. Early diagnosis of neural tube...

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    The Abnormal Female Pelvis

    This tutorial contains information on benign and malignant neoplasms of the uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, and cervix. This overview of the most common forms of neoplasms, epidemiology, signs and symptoms, treatment and prognosis of malignant disease.

     

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    The Abnormal First Trimester Pregnancy

    This tutorial contains information on abnormal findings within the first trimester to include the many facets of the impending pregnancy failure to the development of gestational trophoblastic disease and findings with an ectopic pregnancy.

     

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    Vaginal Ultrasonography in Preterm Labor and Birth Risk Assessment

    This tutorial on Vaginal Ultrasonography in Preterm Labor and Risk Assessment provides a comprehensive overview of the utility of vaginal sonography in the management of the patient at risk for preterm labor and delivery. The advantages and disadvantages of vaginal and abdominal ultrasound...

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