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Sandra J. Allison, MD
Ultrasound of the Ankle and Foot
#541 Released On : 01/22/2017 | Time : 17 min
The speaker discusses normal anatomy and pathology of the foot and ankle.
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Objective :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will list ankle and foot structures that can be imaged with ultrasound, recognize sonographic appearance of the normal ankle tendons and ligaments and describe sonographic features of common ankle and foot pathology. X

Suzanne Ryan, MBBS
Imaging Management of Incidental Focal Liver Lesions
#542 Released On : 01/22/2017 | Time : 22 min
The speaker discusses the management of liver lesions found incidentally.
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Objective :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will discuss how to determine and manage incidental focal liver lesions, both cystic and solid. X

Carol E. Barnewolt, MD
Pediatric Renal Tumors: Usual and Unusual
#540 Released On : 01/15/2017 | Time : 31 min
The speaker discusses the spectrum of common and uncommon fetal, neonatal and pediatric renal masses.
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Objective :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will describe the spectrum of common and uncommon fetal, neonatal and pediatric renal masses and comprehend age-specific clues, tricks of the trade and pitfalls in the diagnosis of pediatric renal masses with sonography. X

Michael A. Di Pietro, MD, FAIUM
Ultrasound in the Evaluation of the Brachial Plexus
#538 Released On : 01/08/2017 | Time : 23 min
The speaker discusses imaging the neonatal brachial plexus with brachial plexopathy for potential nerve repair.
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Objective :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will list the scan planes used to image the brachial plexus, discuss anatomical landmarks that identify the nerves and review the differences between direct and indirection evaluation of the brachial plexus. X

Adrian Lim, MD
Potential Conundrums of Hypervascular Lesions
#539 Released On : 01/08/2017 | Time : 29 min
The speaker discusses how CEUS aids in the diagnosis of atypical liver lesions.
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Objective :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will Topics X

Oksana H. Baltarowich, MD
The Term "Cornual Pregnancy" Should be Abandoned
#535 Released On : 01/01/2017 | Time : 18 min
The speaker discusses five types of pregnancies that occur in the cornual region of the uterus and their sonographic appearance.
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Objective :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will list the five types of pregnancies that occur in the cornual region of the uterus and explain their sonographic differences. X

Fabio Piscaglia
Hepatocellular Carcinoma: Current Imaging Guidelines
#536 Released On : 01/01/2017 | Time : 36 min
The speaker discusses the guidelines from various societies for CEUS in the management of nodular liver lesions in cirrhotic patients.
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Objective :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will consider the reasons why CEUS has been added to the European and Asian guidelines for management of nodular liver lesions in patients with cirrhosis as well as list reasons why CEUS has not removed from the American guidelines. X

David Cosgrove, MD
EFSUMB Guidelines and Recommendations on CEUS
#533 Released On : 12/25/2016 | Time : 22 min
The speaker discusses the use of contrast agents in liver lesion detection and characterization.
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Objective :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will recognize the role that CEUS plays in the detection and characterization of liver lesions, as well as adverse events that may occur with contrast agent use. X

Arthur C. Fleischer, MD
Theranostic Applications of Microbubble Sonography: An Overview
#530 Released On : 12/25/2016 | Time : 16 min
A discussion about therapeutic applications of microbubble sonography.
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Objective :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will comprehend new potential therapeutic applications of targeted microbubbles that traverse the blood-brain barrier such as drug delivery in patients with metastatic cancer and Alzheimer’s. X

Katherine Fong, MBBS, FRCPC, ABR
First Trimester Anatomic Scan
#529 Released On : 12/18/2016 | Time : 31 min
The speaker discusses fetal anomalies and classifies them as detectable, potentially detectable and undetectable by ultrasound.
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Objective :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will review the early evaluation of fetal anomalies and potential diagnostic pitfalls, establish a protocol to improve detection of fetal anomalies in the first trimester, recognize methods of improving detection, such as proper operator education and list benefits of an early anatomic scan. X

HP Weskott, MD
Benign Focal Liver Lesions
#532 Released On : 12/18/2016 | Time : 29 min
The speaker discusses the use of sonographic contrast in imaging benign liver lesions.
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Objective :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will list benign hepatic lesions and describe their appearance pre and post contrast. X

Peter Frinking, PhD
Ultrasound Contrast Agents: Basic Principles and Imaging
#534 Released On : 12/11/2016 | Time : 12 min
The speaker discusses the role of CEUS, including imaging features and imaging techniques.
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Objective :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will list examples of anatomical and functional information that CEUS can provide, discuss important features of ultrasound contrast agents, such as bubble oscillation, resonance frequency and non-linear oscillation and examine contrast-specific imaging techniques used to manipulate non-linear oscillations. X

HP Weskott, MD
Malignant Focal Liver Lesions
#531 Released On : 12/11/2016 | Time : 25 min
The speaker discusses the use of sonographic contrast in imaging malignant liver lesions.
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Objective :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will describe how malignant hepatic lesions act differently from benign lesions under CEUS, describe what causes differences in tumor enhancement, and list the contrast characteristics of metastatic liver lesions X

Richard G. Barr, MD, PhD
Contrast-Enhanced Ultrasound: The Nuts and Bolts
#528 Released On : 12/04/2016 | Time : 30 min
The speaker discusses the use of contrast in liver and renal sonography.
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Objective :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will list the advantages and disadvantages of CEUS, explain the protocol for contrast agent use, recognize other uses of the agent, such as diagnosing endovascular leaks or organ laceration in trauma and identify contraindications and adverse events of the agent. X

Laurence Needleman, MD
Peripheral Vascular Disease
#527 Released On : 11/27/2016 | Time : 32 min
The speaker presents updated information on assessing the lower extremity for peripheral vascular disease.
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Objective :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will recognize the importance of an ABI, list the criteria in grading arterial stenosis, identify the three components of Duplex mapping, and discuss the spectral Doppler protocol, as well as post-operative evaluation of the lower extremity. X

Thomas C. Winter, MD
The Fetal Genitourinary System
#526 Released On : 11/20/2016 | Time : 46 min
The speaker discusses normal anatomy and anomalies of the fetal GU tract as well as in utero therapy.
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Objective :
The speaker discusses normal anatomy and anomalies of the fetal GU tract as well as in utero therapy. X

Michael Williamson, MD
Ultrasound of Hernias
#525 Released On : 11/13/2016 | Time : 19 min
The speaker discusses the various types of hernias and how to best diagnose them.
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Objective :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will list the different types of hernias, discuss how to differentiate direct form indirect hernias, and review scanning techniques as well as repair complications. X

Dolores Pretorius, MD, FACR, FAIUM, FSRU
Abnormal Obstetrical Numbers: A Case Based Approach
#524 Released On : 11/06/2016 | Time : 27 min
Using case analysis, the speaker discusses how to interpret abnormal obstetrical measurements.
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Objective :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will better comprehend how to evaluate fetal biometry for intrauterine growth restriction and macrosomia, differentiate symmetrical IUGR from asymmetrical IUGR, identify false positives such as incorrect measurement techniques and discuss how diagnoses such as Beckwith Wiedemann Sydrome and posterior urethral valves affect fetal biometry. X

Leslie M. Scoutt, MD
Ultrasound Examination of the Anal Sphincter
#521 Released On : 10/30/2016 | Time : 32 min
The speaker discusses the normal and abnormal anatomy of the anal sphincter, including staging rectal cancer.
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Objective :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will recognize normal anatomy of the anal sphincter, review the technique used in sonographically evaluating the anal sphincter, especially with abscess or fistula formation and finally discuss how to accurately stage rectal cancer. X

Nirvikar Dahiya, MD
Ultrasound Evaluation of Complications - Post Arterial Interventions
#520 Released On : 10/23/2016 | Time : 21 min
A presentation about the sonographic diagnosis of post catheterization complications.
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Objective :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will describe the sonographic appearance of common post catheterization complications, such as PSA, hematoma and AVF, as well as treatment options for these entities. X

Edward A. Lyons, OC, MD, FRCP (C), FACR
Postpartum Bleeding a Minefield! What You See & What To Do
#519 Released On : 10/16/2016 | Time : 46 min
The speaker discusses the various causes and treatments for post partum bleeding.
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Objective :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will list various causes of post partum bleeding such as delayed endometrial regeneration, retained products of conception and endometritis, and discuss treatments options such as methotrexate and embolization. X

Carol Benson, MD
Anomalies of the Fetal Thorax
#518 Released On : 10/09/2016 | Time : 35 min
The speaker discusses the normal and abnormal fetal thorax.
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Objective :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will be able toevaluate the fetal thorax to determine if internal organs are positioned correctly and sonographically, normal, as well as determine if there are any masses, cysts or fluid. X

Hanh Vu Nghiem, MD
Ultrasound Guided Intervention in the Abdomen and Pelvis
#517 Released On : 10/02/2016 | Time : 38 min
The speaker discusses both the traditional and unique advantages of ultrasound as an image guidance tool in biopsies and aspirations.
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Objective :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will list the traditional and unique advantages of ultrasound as an image guidance tool and describe how to best utilize these advantages in percutaneous ultrasound guided biopsies and aspirations of intrabdominal and pelvic masses and fluid collections. X

Deborah J. Rubens, MD
Ultrasound of Diffuse Liver Disease
#516 Released On : 09/25/2016 | Time : 44 min
The speaker discusses the sonographic presentation of diffuse liver disease, such as cirrhosis, HCC and steatosis.
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Objective :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will review general pathophysiology of cirrhosis, identify the sequelae of cirrhosis, such as portal hypertension, and discuss the specific features of steatosis and Budd-Chiari. X

Jon A. Jacobson, MD
Peripheral Nerve Ultrasound
#515 Released On : 09/18/2016 | Time : 15 min
The speaker discusses the sonographic appearance of normal nerves, as well as the appearance of entrapped nerves such as seen with carpal tunnel syndrome.
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Objective :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will recognize the sonographic appearance of a normal nerve, describe the sonographic appearance of nerve entrapment, and list the various nerve entrapment syndromes. X

Martin Krix, MD, MSc
Introduction to Contrast Enhanced Ultrasound - Technical and Clinical Basics
#522 Released On : 09/17/2016 | Time : 51 min
Technical and clinical basis of CEUS for application in daily practice
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Objective :
This lecture reviews the principles of ultrasound contrast and the techniques used in application of CEUS. X

Harriet J. Paltiel, MD
Ultrasound of the Vomiting Infant
#514 Released On : 09/11/2016 | Time : 38 min
The speaker discusses various causes of vomiting in infants
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Objective :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will review the role of ultrasound and imaging findings in the evaluation of the vomiting infant, such as pyloric stenosis, volvulus and intussusception X

Margarita Revzin, MD, MS
Complications of Endovascular Stent Graft Repair
#513 Released On : 09/04/2016 | Time : 40 min
The speaker discusses AAA repair using EVAR prosthesis, evaluation of the prosthesis post op and potential complications that may be encountered
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Objective :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will review anatomy, physiology and management of AAA, describe types of EVAR prostheses, describe the US protocol for patients status post EVAR, and finally review management of EVAR complications X

Deborah Levine, MD
Sonography of Twins
#512 Released On : 08/28/2016 | Time : 44 min
The speaker discusses the risks associated with twinning.
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Objective :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will review the risks associated with twinning, including growth restriction, twin-twin transfusion, congenital abnormalities, conjoined twins and cord entanglement. X

Kathryn A Robinson, MD
Ultrasound Imaging of Complicated Inflammatory Gallbladder Disease
#511 Released On : 08/21/2016 | Time : 33 min
The speaker discusses the sonographic presentation of complicated inflammatory gallbladder disease, as well as gallbladder carcinoma and porcelain gallbladder.
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Objective :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will review the sonographic features of inflammatory gallbladder disease, as seen with gangrenous cholecystitis, perforated cholecystitis and hemorrhagic cholecystitis, as well as gallbladder cancer and porcelain gallbladder. X

 
 
 
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