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The Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine (JUM) provides up to 4 CME self-study tests in every issue. The AIUM designates each JUM CME test for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. AIUM members may submit their tests online for free; nonmembers are charged a fee of $30.00 for sonographers, or $60.00 for physicians. CME tests are valid for 3 years after the publication date, offering access to more than 100 CME credits at anytime. CME certificates may be printed for all passing tests without delay.

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View the Article and TestJUM1.0Assessment of the Nasal Bone by 2-Dimensional Ultrasound in 2 Different Planes: Do They Give the Same Results?

Issue: Vol. 39, No. 04, Test 1

Objective:
After completing this activity, the participant should be able to measure the nasal bone in both midsagittal and coronal planes and to determine whether there is compatibility between the measurements.
View the Article and TestJUM1.0Ultrasound (US) Changes in the Median Nerve Cross-sectional Area After Microinvasive US-Guided Carpal Tunnel Release

Issue: Vol. 39, No. 04, Test 2

Objective:
After completing this activity, the participant should be able to determine the change in the proximal median nerve cross-sectional area after ultrasound-guided carpal tunnel release.
View the Article and TestJUM1.0Evaluation of Cervical Elastography for Prediction of Spontaneous Preterm Birth in Low-Risk Women: A Prospective Study

Issue: Vol. 39, No. 04, Test 3

Objective:
After completing this activity, the participant should be able to determine whether cervical elastographic parameters in addition to cervical length during the 3 trimesters of pregnancy would be predictive of spontaneous preterm birth among low-risk women.
View the Article and TestJUM1.0Ultrasound Doppler Flow in Patients With Chronic Midportion Achilles Tendinopathy: Is Surface Area Quantification a Reliable Method?

Issue: Vol. 39, No. 04, Test 4

Objective:
After completing this activity, the participant should be able to evaluate the interobserver reliability of the modified Öhberg score and a surface area quantification (SAQ) method for Doppler flow in patients with chronic midportion Achilles tendinopathy.
View the Article and TestJUM1.0Performance of First-Trimester Fetal Echocardiography in Diagnosing Fetal Heart Defects: Meta-analysis and Systematic Review

Issue: Vol. 39, No. 03, Test 1

Objective:
After completing this activity, the participant should be able to evaluate the overall accuracy of first-trimester echocardiography in detecting overall congenital heart defects and major congenital heart defects.
View the Article and TestJUM1.0Natural History of Ventriculomegaly in Fetal Agenesis of the Corpus Callosum

Issue: Vol. 39, No. 03, Test 2

Objective:
After completing this activity, the participant should be able to assess the natural evolution of the size of the fetal lateral ventricles throughout pregnancy in fetuses with callosal anomalies.
View the Article and TestJUM1.0Using Ultrasound Measurement of the Achilles Tendon in Asymptomatic Runners to Assist in Predicting Tendinopathy

Issue: Vol. 39, No. 03, Test 3

Objective:
After completing this activity, the participant should be able to identify asymptomatic athletes with abnormal tendons and characterize baseline characteristics of elite runners using ultrasound.
View the Article and TestJUM1.0Accuracy of Resident-Performed Point-of-Care Lung Ultrasound Examinations Versus Chest Radiography in Pneumothorax Follow-up After Tube Thoracostomy in Rwanda

Issue: Vol. 39, No. 03, Test 4

Objective:
After completing this activity, the participant should be able to evaluate the accuracy and timeliness of resident-performed point-of-care lung ultrasound examinations for the follow-up of pneumothorax after tube thoracostomy.
View the Article and TestJUM1.0Prognostic Implications of a Point-of-Care Ultrasound Examination on Hospital Ward Admission

Issue: Vol. 39, No. 02, Test 1

Objective:
After completing this activity, the participant should be able to evaluate whether cardiopulmonary limited ultrasound examination signs on admission would be associated with hospital outcomes of the length of stay and mortality and to observe point-of-care ultrasound practice by recently trained physicians.
View the Article and TestJUM1.0Semiautomatic Fetal Intelligent Navigation Echocardiography Has the Potential to Aid Cardiac Evaluations Even in Less Experienced Hands

Issue: Vol. 39, No. 02, Test 2

Objective:
After completing this activity, the participant should be able to investigate the interobserver and intraobserver variability and corresponding learning curve in a semiautomatic approach for a standardized assessment of the fetal heart.
View the Article and TestJUM1.0The Hyperechoic Appearance of the Deltoid Muscle on Shoulder Ultrasound Imaging as a Predictor of Diabetes and Prediabetes

Issue: Vol. 39, No. 02, Test 3

Objective:
After completing this activity, the participant should be able to evaluate whether the ultrasound appearance of the deltoid muscle in diabetic patients differs from that in an obese nondiabetic patient.
View the Article and TestJUM1.0Second-Trimester Ultrasound-Measured Umbilical Cord Insertion–to–Placental Edge Distance: Determining an Outcome-Based Threshold for Identifying Marginal Cord Insertions

Issue: Vol. 39, No. 02, Test 4

Objective:
After completing this activity, the participant should be able to compare perinatal outcomes by ultrasound measured cord insertion-to-placental edge distances to evaluate potential outcome-based thresholds for identifying marginal cord insertions.
View the Article and TestJUM1.0Evaluation of Scoliosis With a Commercially Available Ultrasound System

Issue: Vol. 39, No. 01, Test 1

Objective:
After completing this activity, the participant should be able to prove the reliability and validity of this 3-dimensional ultrasound imaging system in evaluating the curvature in individuals with scoliosis.
View the Article and TestJUM1.0Increased Stiffness of Rotator Cuff Tendons in Frozen Shoulder on Shear Wave Elastography

Issue: Vol. 39, No. 01, Test 2

Objective:
After completing this activity, the participant should be able to evaluate the stiffness and morphologic characteristics of the capsule, rotator cuff tendons and muscles, coracohumeral ligament, and long head of the biceps in patients with frozen shoulder using shear wave elastography with B-mode ultrasound.
View the Article and TestJUM1.0Ultrasound Measurements of Frontal Horns and the Cavum Septi Pellucidi in Healthy Fetuses in the Second and Third Trimesters of Pregnancy

Issue: Vol. 39, No. 01, Test 3

Objective:
After completing this activity, the participant should be able to determine the range of frontal horn sizes in healthy fetuses during gestation, to determine which plane is optimal for visualizing the frontal horns, to determine the relationship of the frontal horns with the cavum septum pellucidi, to determine how often the cavum septum pellucidi is visualized, and to determine whether the maternal body mass index affects rates of visualized and nonvisualized cavum septum pellucidi.
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