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Video1.0Atypical Findings in Pregnancy: An Interactive Course

Objective:
At the completion of this activity, learners should walk away with an understanding of unexpected ultrasound findings in pregnancy, anomalies that can present in the late 1st trimester, and imaging characteristics of common anomalies identified at the anatomy survey.

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Video1.0Fetal Abdominal and Thoracic Abnormalities: Features and Diagnosis

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At the completion of this activity, learners should walk away with an understanding of common thoracic and abdominal abnormalities that may present on prenatal sonography, common sonographic features as well as differential diagnosis, and the subset of these lesions that may be amenable to intervention and how to make the appropriate pre-intervention evaluation.

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Video1.0Fetal Neurosonology: Diagnostic Approach to Common Malformations

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At the completion of this activity, learners should be aware of the common types of fetal brain malformations encountered in screening; learn the diagnostic features that are helpful to distinguish variants and help provide prognostic information; and identify areas where magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can be complementary to ultrasound and be aware of limitations for both technologies.

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Video1.50Pelvic Ultrasound: Taking it to the Next Level

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Learn the components of the sonographic examination of the infertile woman including: 1. The appearance of the uterus, inside and out, by using 3D ultrasound as well as sonohysterography and evaluation of tubal patency. This includes fibroids, polyps, and other endometrial abnormalities. 2. The appearance of the ovaries, tubes (adnexa), presence of endometriosis, hydrosalpinges, etc. 3. The presence of any abnormal mass or unexpected pathology using Doppler if necessary. 4. The relationships between the uterus, ovaries, and bowel, including whether to not there are adhesions.
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Video0.50How to Perform a Detailed Anatomic Ultrasound Examination in the First Trimester

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After completing this activity, the participant should be able to carry out a systematic evaluation of the fetus in the first trimester; interpret an 11–14 week anatomic assessment; determine the value of the mid-sagittal view of the fetus; list the latest markers that may be utilized to screen for various structural abnormalities at 11–14 weeks; and recite the limitations and safety concerns of assessment at 11–14 weeks.
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Video0.25How to Perform a Standard OB Ultrasound Examination in the Second and Third Trimester

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This video provides an overview of the fetal biometry and basic anatomy that should be visualized during a 2nd-trimester basic anatomical survey. Images of fetal and maternal anatomy are demonstrated using obstetrical models in the second and third trimesters of pregnancy. Real-time challenges and imaging tips are also provided. After watching this video, viewers should be able to accurately acquire fetal measurements for correlation with gestational age; assess the fetal and maternal anatomy that should be evaluated in a basic obstetrical sonogram; and demonstrate the components a biophysical profile.
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Video1.03D Ultrasound of the Uterus and Adnexa: How Does it Make a Difference?

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Upon completion, participants will be able to: list indications where the addition of 3-dimensional (3D) ultrasound is useful and often the optimal imaging modality; describe the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) and European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE) classification systems of Mullerian duct anomalies; and learn how 3D ultrasound volumes are manipulated to obtain clinically relevant information.
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Video1.0MSK Ultrasound: The Five Most Prevalent Pathologies in Each Joint: Upper Limb

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Upon completion, participants will be able to understand the relevant anatomy, imaging technique, and basic pathology of the hand and wrist with utilization of dynamic ultrasound techniques; and recognize and interpret the top 5 most prevalent pathologies in the shoulder from both a clinical and ultrasound perspective.
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Video1.25Nail Conditions, Benign Cutaneous Tumors, and Cosmetic Fillers

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Upon completion, participants will be able to review the normal anatomy of the nail and the sonographic appearance of the most common conditions that affect the ungula and periungual regions; identify and illustrate with ultrasound the main benign tumors of the skin; and identify sonographic patterns of the most common cosmetic fillers and its complications.
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Video1.0MSK Ultrasound: The Five Most Prevalent Pathologies in Each Joint: Lower Limb

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Upon completion, participants will be able to categorize hip pain etiology as anterior, lateral, and posterior locations and to recognize normal anatomy and common pathology with ultrasound; describe the sonographic appearance of commonly encountered pathology in the ankle as well as the important role of ultrasound-guided procedures in the treatment of these pathologies; and describe the sonographic appearance of commonly encountered pathology in the knee.
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Video1.25Cutting Edge Ultrasound-Guided Interventional MSK Techniques

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Upon completion, participants will be able to discuss the indications and techniques for percutaneous tendon treatments; provide an overview of applications of tenex other than in the elbow; demonstrate the pathologic anatomy of trigger finger and carpal tunnel syndrome; and discuss techniques and outcomes of ultrasound-guided micro-invasive treatment of these conditions.
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Video1.25Advancements in Liver Ultrasound Including Elastography, CEUS, and LI-RADS

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This course will cover advancements in liver ultrasound including elastography, CEUS, and LI-RADS as well as recent advances in image quality and new imaging tools that continue to enhance the use of liver ultrasound.
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Video1.25Adult Urologic Imaging

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Upon completion, participants will be able to identify common indications and imaging for the urinary bladder; differentiate different pathologies that occur in the bladder and how to approach imaging of the bladder; and describe current contrast-enhanced ultrasound (CEUS) applications for diagnosis of renal masses.
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Video1.25Contrast-Enhanced Ultrasound for the Point-of-Care Sonographer

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Upon completion, participants will be able to describe basic principles and requirements for contrast-enhanced ultrasound (CEUS) and benefits ultrasound contrast offers in the evaluation of the acute cardiac and trauma patient; understand basic concepts and workflow of CEUS as they apply to point-of-care ultrasound in trauma care; and apply of CEUS in the care of the acute trauma patient.
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Video1.50Basic Fetal Echo: Getting Started with Fetal Echocardiography

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After completing this activity, the participant should be able to identify basic views and components of basic systemic and pulmonary venous systems; identify normal and abnormal 2D and color Doppler features in the three-vessel/three-vessel trachea view; understand the importance of evaluating the outflow tracts; recognize the key anatomic landmarks in the evaluation of the outflow tracts; understand how to image the outflow tracts; and recognize the major cardiac abnormalities that may be identified.
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