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Overview / Abstract
Sharpen your imaging and diagnostic skills at this annual advanced OB-GYN ultrasound three-day CME conference. Hone your ability to accurately detect anomalies in a variety of screening scenarios, including complicated and high risk situations. Offering 18.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. This course is designed for Radiologists, OB-GYNs and Sonographers.
Upon completion of this conference, the participant will be able to:
• Identify the ultrasound appearance of gynecological anomalies including adenomyosis, fibroids and pelvic masses
• Understand the genetic basis of fetal anomalies and the rationale for first trimester genetic screening
• Identify ultrasound anatomy of the fetal heart and cardiac physiology.
• State the normal and abnormal imaging characteristics of fetal kidneys, thorax and genitalia and differentiate commonly seen pathology.
• Demonstrate routine scan protocols for performing first trimester scans
• Demonstrate normal fetal anatomy and apply appropriate measurement techniques for a biophysical profile to assess fetal dates and appropriate fetal development during 2nd & 3rd trimester obstetrical ultrasound examinations.
• List the indications and ultrasound findings for fetal CNS, abdominal or vascular abnormalities.
• Recognize genetic syndromes and fetal anomalies when performing fetal MRI.
Credits / Hours
LIVE Activity Location Details
The Westin Riverwalk - Enjoy the weekend in the center of downtown San Antonio at The Westin Riverwalk. Located on San Antonio’s world famous Paseo del Rio, The Westin Riverwalk is in the perfect location to relax and recharge. Stroll along the pedest
420 W Market St.
United States of America
01-24-2014 - 01-26-2014
18.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)
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Presenters / Authors / Faculty
Program Director: Dolores H. Pretorius, MD, FACR
Ruth B. Goldstein, MD; John C. Kingdom, MD; Sherelle Laifer-Narin, MD; Wesley Lee, MD; Anna S. Lev-Toaff, MD; Danielle Taysom, MD; Thomas Shipp, MD, RDMS
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