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A presentation about diagnosing peripheral arterial disease.
Learning Objectives
Learning Objectives :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to list techniques and protocols for duplex examination of peripheral arteries, discuss diagnostic criteria for arterial stenosis and occlusion and review evaluation of pseudoaneurysm and arteriovenous malformation. X
Keywords
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ABI, ankle brachial index, aorta, arterial occlusion, arterial stenosis, arterio-venous fistula, AVF, axillary artery, brachial artery, bruit, CFA, claudication, collateralization, collaterals, color aliasing, color bruit, color Doppler, color mosaic pattern, common femoral artery, common iliac artery, external iliac artery, femoral artery, PAD, peripheral arterial disease, popliteal artery aneurysm, popliteal artery, popliteal entrapment syndrome, post stenotic turbulence, power Doppler, PRF, PSA, pseudoaneurysm, pulse repetition frequency, pulse volume recordings, PVR, segmental pressures, SFA, spectral broadening, spectral Doppler, subclavian artery, superficial femoral artery, tardus parvus waveform, triphasic waveform, yin yang pattern, X

Maitray D. Patel, MD
Acute Pelvic Pain in the Non-Pregnant Woman
#590 Released On : 08/13/2017 | Time : 36 min
Topics Covered: Differential diagnosisOvarian torsionOvarian hemorrhagePID/TOC
The speaker discusses acute pelvic pain in the non-pregnant female patient.
Learning Objectives
Learning Objectives :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to recognize the sonographic appearance of ovarian torsion, discuss why the presence of arterial and venous flow does not exclude ovarian torsion, list key features of ovarian hemorrhage and discuss why color Doppler is helpful in diagnosing PID. X
Keywords
Keywords :
color Doppler, gynecologic imaging, ovarian hemorrhage, ovarian torsion, pelvic inflammatory disease, Pelvic Ultrasound, PID, spectral Doppler, TOC, transvaginal ultrasound, tubo-ovarian complex, TVUS, X

The speaker discusses common pediatric GU anomalies.
Learning Objectives
Learning Objectives :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to review the four important categories of pediatric GU disorders where US plays a critical role in both diagnosis and treatment and discuss the role of off-label use of US contrast in diagnosing pediatric GU abnormalities. X
Keywords
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ambiguous genitalia, Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome, ceVUS, cloacal malformation, congenital adrenal hyperplasia, congenital hydronephrosis, contrast-enhanced voiding urosonography, Denys-Drash syndrome, dermoid cyst, hydrometrocolpos, intrarenal reflux, juvenile granulosa cell tumor, Leydig cell tumor, mesoblastic nephroma, mixed gonadal dysgenesis, mullerian duct, ovarian teratoma, pediatric cervix, pediatric kidney, pediatric uterus, pediatric vagina, pelvicalyceal dilatation, posterior urethral valves, PUV, pyelonephritis, renal length, renal ultrasound, rhabdomyosarcoma, Seminoma, teratoma, testicular epidermoid cyst, testicular germ cell tumor, testicular stromal tumor, Turner syndrome, undescended testis, UPJ obstruction, ureteral dilatation, ureteropelvic obstruction, ureterovesicle obstruction, urinary tract dilatation, urogenital sinus, UTD, UVJ obstruction, VCUG, vesicoureteral reflux, voiding cystourethrography, VUR, Wilms’ tumor, yolk sac carcinoma, X

The speaker discusses the importance of determining the chorionicity of twin pregnancies.
Learning Objectives
Learning Objectives :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to recognize how to reliably determine chorionicity, list monochorionic syndromes, discuss the sonographic appearance of the five stages of twin to twin transfusion syndrome (TTTS), identify treatment options for TTTS and discuss PART and TRAP syndromes. X
Keywords
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abdominal cord insertion, acardiac twin, ACI, amnion, chorionicity, color Doppler, dichorionic, dichorionic-diamniotic pregnancy, dichorionic-monoamniotic pregnancy, dizygotic pregnancy, donor twin, ductus venosus, eccentric cord insertion, fetal hydrops, fetal stomach, fetal urinary bladder, intrauterine growth restriction, IUGR, marginal cord insertion, monoamniotic, monochorionic, monozygotic, oligohydramnios, PART, PLACENTA, polyhydramnios of the recipient like twin, polyhydramnios, pump twin, recipient twin, spectral Doppler, stuck twin, TRAP, TTTS, twin peak sign, twin pregnancy, twin reversed arterial perfusion, twin to twin transfusion, umbilical artery Doppler, umbilical artery, umbilical vein, unequal placental sharing, velementous cord insertion, yolk sac, X

The speaker discusses the role of ultrasound in diagnosing neuropathies.
Learning Objectives
Learning Objectives :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to discuss the technique used in nerve imaging, list ultrasound criteria for carpal tunnel syndrome and report the sonographic appearance of ulnar and radial nerve neuropathy, as well as peroneal nerve entrapment. X
Keywords
Keywords :
anterior interosseous nerve entrapment, arcuate ligament, bifid median nerve, brachial plexus traction injury, brachial plexus, Carpal tunnel syndrome, carpal tunnel, color Doppler, Cubital tunnel syndrome, cubital tunnel, femoral neuropathy, fibular nerve, flexor retinaculum, ganglion cyst, Guyon’s canal, lateral antebrachial cutaneous nerve, lateral femoral cutaneous nerve, median artery, median nerve neuropathy, median nerve, Morton’s neuroma, Mulder maneuver, muscle atrophy, myositis, nerve bundle, nerve ultrasound, neurofibroma, neurofibromatosis, neuropathy, peroneal ganglion, peroneal nerve entrapment, peroneal nerve laceration, peroneal nerve, peroneal neuropathy, posterior interosseous nerve entrapment, pronator quadratus, pronator syndrome, radial nerve, sciatic nerve transection, sciatic nerve, snapping triceps syndrome, stump neuroma, sural nerve, tarsal tunnel syndrome, Tenosynovitis, tibial neuropathy, ulnar nerve subluxation, ulnar nerve, ulnar neuropathy, X

John P. McGahan, MD
Examination of the Fetal Heart with Ultrasound
#586 Released On : 07/16/2017 | Time : 26 min
Topics Covered: BasicDetailedPASSThree vessel viewAbnormal vessel view
The speaker discusses the new guidelines for examining the fetal heart.
Learning Objectives
Learning Objectives :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to list the anatomy examined in both a basic and advanced exam of the fetal heart, discuss what the acronym PASS stands for, recognize the causes of fetal cardiomegaly and review the importance of the three vessel view examination. X
Keywords
Keywords :
3 vessel view, aorta, aortic arch, AV canal, bicaval view, cardiac axis, cardiac circumference, cardiac failure, cardiac rhabdomyoma, cardiomegaly, chest circumference, color Doppler. spectral Doppler, ductus arteriosus, duplicated SVC, Ebstein’s anomaly, endocardial cushion defect, fetal cardiac arrhythmia, fetal echocardiography, fetal heart, fetal spine, fetal stomach, four chamber heart, heterotaxy, hypoplastic left heart, inferior vena cava, IVC, left ventricular outflow tract, LVOT, myocardial-cardiomyopathy, outflow tracts, pulmonary artery, pulmonic stenosis, right ventricular outflow tract, RVOT, situs ambiguous, situs inversus, situs solitus, superior vena cava, SVC, Tetralogy of Fallot, TGA, transposition of great arteries, tricuspid atresia, ventriculo-septal defect, VSD, X

The speaker discusses various hepatic vascular complications.
Learning Objectives
Learning Objectives :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to describe in detail the characteristics of congenital and acquired hepatic shunts, recognize the hemodynamics of hepatic venous thrombosis and offer clues to the diagnosis of typical and atypical hepatic vascular neoplasms. X
Keywords
Keywords :
Abernathy malformation, arterioportal fistula, arterio-venous malformation, ascites, AVM, azygous vein, bland portal venous thrombosis, Budd Chiari syndrome, caput Medusa, caudate lobe hypertrophy, caudate lobe, caudate vein, caval stenosis, cavernomas, cavernous transformation of main portal vein, CHA, cirrhosis, color Doppler, common hepatic artery, esophageal varices, extrahepatic porto caval shunt, fatty liver, FNH, focal nodular hyperplasia, gallbladder varices, HA, HCC, hepatic adenoma, hepatic angiosarcoma, hepatic artery stenosis, hepatic artery thrombosis, hepatic artery, hepatic hemangioma, hepatic steatosis, hepatic ultrasound, hepatic vein thrombosis, hepatic vein, hepatocellular carcinoma, hepatofugal flow, hepatomegaly, hepatopetal flow, Hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia, HHT, HVT, inferior vena cava, intrahepatic hepatic ongestion, IVC webs, IVC, left hepatic artery, left hepatic vein, left portal vein, LFTs, LHA, LHV, liver fibrosis, liver function tests, liver ultrasound, LPV, main hepatic artery, main portal vein, MHA, MHV, middle hepatic vein, MPV, OLT, orthotopic liver transplant, Osler-Webber-Rendu, PAN, pericholecystic varicosities, PHT, polyarteritis nodosa, porta hepatus, portal hypertension, portal vein stenosis, portal vein thrombosis, portal vein tumor invasion, portal vein, portal venous aneurysm, porto biliopathy, portosystemic shunt, power Doppler, pulse Doppler, PVT, recanalized paraumbilical vein, regenerative nodules, resistive index, RHA, RHV, RI, right hepatic artery, right hepatic vein, right portal vein, RPV, spectral Doppler, TIPS malfunction, TIPS occlusion, TIPS stenosis, TIPS, transjugular portosystemic shunt, tumor portal venous thrombosis, tumor thrombus, vitelline vein, X

The speaker presents a new paradigm for re-invention of sonography’s role in managing patients clinically.
Learning Objectives
Learning Objectives :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to effectively answer the clinical question at hand for a requested ultrasound examination, recognize the importance of focusing on the patient and not the image, review the importance of radiologist accessibility to the clinical team and clearly define the sonographer’s role in answering the clinical question. X
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adenomyosis, appendicitis, cholecystitis, cine loop, endometrial polyp, endometriosis, endometritis, endometrium, epigastric pain, ESSURE IUCD, hematometra, Hepatitis, Mirena IUCD, myometrium, ovarian cyst, ovarian torsion, paraovarian cyst, pelvic pain, pyelonephritis, RUQ pain, scrotal pain, SONOGRAPHY, subcutaneous abscess, Ultrasound, urethral diverticulum, X

The speaker presents an update on thyroid nodule management.
Learning Objectives
Learning Objectives :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to recognize sure signs of thyroid malignancy, list sonographic features associated with malignancy, describe the sonographic appearance of papillary micro-carcinoma, recognize predictors of benignity and discuss guideline suggested by the American Thyroid Association. X
Keywords
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American Thyroid Association, ATA, cervical lymph node, colloid cyst, comet tail artifact, extrathyroidal extension, fine needle aspiration, FNA, medullary thyroid carcinoma, papillary lesions of indolent pseudodisease, papillary micro-carcinoma, papillary thyroid carcinoma, PLIC, PMC, spongiform nodule, thyroid adenoma, thyroid cancer, thyroid imaging reporting and data system, thyroid macrocalcifications, thyroid microcalcifications, thyroid nodule, thyroid ultrasound, TIRADS, X

The speaker discusses the spectrum of fetal skeletal dysplasias.
Learning Objectives
Learning Objectives :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to discuss the importance of the fetal femur to foot ratio, abdominal circumference and chest circumference in diagnosing fetal skeletal dysplasia, list the five lethal skeletal dysplasias and recognize the difference between thanatophoric dysplasia Types I and II. X
Keywords
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abdominal circumference, AC, achondrogenesis, achondroplasia, amniotic bands, biparietal diameter, BPD, chest circumference, clover leaf skull, demineralization, femoral diaphysis, femur to foot ratio, fetal dysplasia, fetal femur length, fetal fibula, fetal frontal bossing, fetal hydrops, fetal ossification, fetal thorax, fetal tibia, FL, GA, gestational age, hypophosphatasia, limb reduction defect, lumbar kyphosis, micromelia, obstetrical ultrasound, OI, osteogenesis imperfecta, platyspondyly, proximal femoral diaphyseal-metaphyseal angle, short rib polydactyly, thanatophoric dysplasia, X

The speaker discusses novel uses of CEUS in the pediatric population.
Learning Objectives
Learning Objectives :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to discuss the bedside use of CEUS in a variety of acute pediatric medical problems, recognize the transcatheter uses of CEUS and review examples of novel IV and intracavitary uses of CEUS in chest, biliary, bowel and testicular applications. X
Keywords
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biliary drain, CEUS, contrast enhanced ultrasound, empyema, IBD, inflammatory bowel disease, microbubbles, necrotizing pneumonia, pseudopapillary tumor, Sonovue®, testicular torsion, X

Robert A. Kane, MD
Gallbladder Polyps: What To Do, When To Do It
#579 Released On : 06/11/2017 | Time : 14 min
Topics Covered: GB polypsBenign vs. malignant“Vanishing” GB polypsStudy results
The speaker discusses management of gallbladder polyps.
Learning Objectives
Learning Objectives :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to describe US appearance of gallbladder polyps, discuss ways to distinguish benign from malignant polyp lesions and finally, provide an effective, cost-efficient algorithm for following gallbladder polyps. X
Keywords
Keywords :
Cholelithiasis, cholesterol polyp, gallbladder carcinoma, gallbladder polyp, gallbladder ultrasound, inflammatory gallbladder polyp, reverberation artifact, ring down artifact, sludgeball, twinkle artifact, X

The speaker discusses the use of CEUS in interventional ultrasound.
Learning Objectives
Learning Objectives :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to recognize how CEUS aids in biopsy of viable tissue areas and poorly visualized targets, review how CEUS aids in the optimization of needle visualization during interventional procedures and list emerging applications such as CEUS nephrostogram as well as post procedure bleeding and pseudoaneurysm detection. X
Keywords
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AV fistula, CEUS nephrostogram, CEUS tubogram, CEUS, contrast enhanced ultrasound, contrast extravasation, fusion imaging, post procedure bleeding, post procedure complications, pseudoaneurysm, renal abscess, renal calyx, ultrasound guided biopsy, X

Keshthra Satchithananda, MD
Sentinel Node Detection in Breast Malignancy
#577 Released On : 06/04/2017 | Time : 23 min
Topics Covered: Background and anatomyTechniqueUnresolved issues
The speaker discusses the role of CEUS in sentinel node detection in the setting of breast cancer.
Learning Objectives
Learning Objectives :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able discuss why detection of the sentinel lymph node is so important in breast cancer management, explain the technique used in detecting the SLN with CEUS and list unresolved issues regarding CEUS and the SLN. X
Keywords
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axilla, axillary lymph node, breast cancer, breast malignancy, breast ultrasound, CEUS, contrast enhanced ultrasound, lymph node, lymphedema, mechanical index, MI, Micrometastases, sentinel lymph node, SLN, sonomammography, X

The speaker discusses imaging of the temporomandibular joint.
Learning Objectives
Learning Objectives :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to list disorders of the temporomandibular joint, including pain, articular noises, and restricted jaw function, recall ultrasound technique for scanning the TMJ and identify normal and abnormal anatomy. X
Keywords
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glenoid fossa, mandible, squamous temporal bone, temporomandibular joint, TMJ, zygomatic bone, X

Aya Kamaya, MD
Hepatobiliary: Unusual but Instructive Cases
#575 Released On : 05/28/2017 | Time : 32 min
Topics Covered: Case 1Case 2Case 3
The speaker presents some instructive hepatobiliary cases.
Learning Objectives
Learning Objectives :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to offer differential diagnoses in cases that presented with either echogenic portal triad, echogenic material in the gallbladder or biliary duct dilatation. X
Keywords
Keywords :
acalculous cholecystitis, ampulla of Vater adenocarcinoma, biliary ductal dilatation, biliary gas, biliary sonography, biliary tract intraductal papillary mucinous neoplasm, biliary ultrasound, CBD, color Doppler, common bile duct, dengue fever, gallbladder cancer, gallbladder sludge, hemobilia, hemorrhagic cholecystitis, hepatic artery calcification, hepatic artery pseudoaneurysm, hepatic artery, hepatic ultrasound, hepatolithiasis, IPMN, liver fibrosis, liver ultrasound, LIVER, pericholecystic abscess, pericholecystic fluid, pneumatosis intestinalis, porcelain gallbladder, portal hypertension, portal triad, portal vein, portal venous gas, Quincke’s triad, recurrent pyogenic cholangitis, schistosomiasis, Sjögren’s syndrome, tumefactive sludge, twinkling artifact, X

The speaker discusses the role of CEUS in evaluating the thyroid and salivary glands.
Learning Objectives
Learning Objectives :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to list quantitative and qualitative parameters in CEUS of the thyroid, discuss how elastography and CEUS combined aid in the diagnosis of thyroid nodules and describe the CEUS features of salivary gland tumors. X
Keywords
Keywords :
CEUS, contrast enhanced ultrasound, Elastography, fine needle aspiration, FNA, mechanical index, MI, microbubbles, mucoepidermoid carcinom, papillary carcinoma, papillary cystadenoma lymphomatosum, parotid gland, parotid hemangioma, parotid tumor, pleomorphic adenoma, salivary gland, Sonovue®, thyroid biopsy, thyroid cancer, thyroid imaging reporting and data system, thyroid nodule, TIRADS, Warthin’s tumor, X

The speaker discusses the use of CEUS in pediatric liver disease.
Learning Objectives
Learning Objectives :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to list the benefits of CEUS to evaluate the pediatric liver, discuss how CEUS aids in the characterization of focal liver lesions and describe the CEUS appearance of both benign and malignant liver lesions. X
Keywords
Keywords :
arterial phase, CEUS, contrast enhanced ultrasound, fibrolamellar HCC, FNH, focal fatty sparing, focal nodular hyperplasia, HCC, hepatic adenoma, hepatoblastoma, hepatocellular carcinoma, hepatosteatosis, liver abscess, liver adenoma, liver hemangioma, liver metastases, liver sarcoma, mesenchymal hamartoma, microbubbles, tyrosinemia, venous phase, X

The speaker discusses the sonographic role in evaluating the parotid, submandibular and sublingual glands.
Learning Objectives
Learning Objectives :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to list the indications for ultrasound of the salivary glands, describe normal anatomy, describe the ultrasound appearance of inflammation and tumors, and appreciate the role of new technologies, such as elastography and CEUS, in evaluating the salivary glands. X
Keywords
Keywords :
acute sialoadentitis, adenoid cystic carcinoma, CEUS, chronic sialoadentitis, contrast enhanced ultrasound, ECA, Elastography, external carotid artery, lymphadentitis, mandible, massester muscle, mastoid, mucoepidermoid carcinoma, parotid gland, parotitis, pleomorphic adenoma, ranula, retromandibular vein, salivary gland, sialectasis, sialolithiasis, sialosis, Sjögren syndrome, sublingual gland, submandibular gland abscess, submandibular gland, Warthin’s tumor, zygomatic arch, X

The speaker discusses the use of CEUS in pediatric abdominal trauma.
Learning Objectives
Learning Objectives :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to list the advantages of CEUS in pediatric abdominal trauma, discuss techniques for performing pediatric CEUS and recognize the appearance of traumatic abdominal injuries imaged with CEUS. X
Keywords
Keywords :
abdominal trauma, adrenal hematoma, CEUS, contrast enhanced ultrasound, cortical necrosis, FAST scan, focused assessment with sonography in trauma, hemoperitoneum, hepatic hematoma, liver laceration, liver pseudoaneurysm, microbubbles, pancreatic pseudocyst, Pancreatitis, pediatric abdominal trauma, renal contusion, renal hematoma, renal laceration, SonoVue, splenectomy, splenic laceration, splenic pseudoaneurysm, splenic trauma, X

Mindy M. Horrow, MD, FACR, FSRU, FAIUM
Advancing Age, Cholecystectomy and the Bile Duct Diameter
#572 Released On : 05/14/2017 | Time : 17 min
Topics Covered: AgePost cholecystectomyDilated duct without cause on imaging
The speaker discusses the appearance of the common bile duct.
Learning Objectives
Learning Objectives :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to recognize the normal diameter of the common bile duct, discuss why there is slight dilatation of the duct with age and discuss the appearance of the CBD post cholecystectomy. X
Keywords
Keywords :
CBD stricture, CBD, CHD, cholecystectomy, choledochal cyst, Choledocholithiasis, Cholelithiasis, common bile duct, common hepatic duct, endoscopic ultrasound, EUS, fusiform common bile duct, gallstones, intrahepatic ductal dilatation, juxta-ampullary diverticulum, Pancreatitis, X

Mirko D'Onofrio, MD
Spleen: Focal Lesions
#569 Released On : 05/07/2017 | Time : 12 min
Topics Covered: TraumaCharacterization of solid lesionsAccessory spleen
The speaker discusses the use of CEUS in splenic evaluation.
Learning Objectives
Learning Objectives :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to list the applications of splenic CEUS especially in suspected splenic infarct, splenic parenchymal inhomogeneity or suspected lesions and finally suspected accessory spleen or splenosis. X
Keywords
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accessory spleen, CEUS, contrast enhanced ultrasound, microbubbles, splenic echinococcus, splenic hemangioma, splenic lymphoma, splenic metastases, splenic trauma, splenic ultrasound, splenosis, X

The speaker discusses the role of US in screening patients for HCC.
Learning Objectives
Learning Objectives :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able discuss evidence to support screening for HCC, describe the appearance of HCC on US, CT and MR, explain what LI-RADS is and finally discuss how US screening fits in LI-RADS. X
Keywords
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AFP, alpha fetoprotein, ascites, B color, CEUS, chronic liver disease, cirrhosis, color Doppler, compound imaging, contrast enhanced ultrasound, hamartoma, harmonic imaging, HCC, hepatic ultrasound, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, hepatocarcinogenesis, hepatocellular carcinoma, hepatoma, hyperplastic liver nodule, LI-RADS, liver cancer, liver cyst, liver fibrosis, liver hemangioma, Liver Imaging Reporting and Data System, liver ultrasound, NAFLD, NASH, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, nonalcoholic steatohepatitis, portal vein, regenerative liver nodule, spectral Doppler, TACE, transarterial chemoembolization, X

The speaker presents an updated overview of the measurements used in obstetrical ultrasound and offers his professional opinion on those considered most important.
Learning Objectives
Learning Objectives :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will be able to recognize the value of obstetrical measurements in assigning fetal age, diagnosing early pregnancy failure, intrauterine growth restriction, macrosomia and estimating fetal weight. X
Keywords
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abdominal circumference, abdominal diameter, AC, AFI, amniotic fluid index, aneuploidy, biparietal diameter, BPD, cerebral lateral ventricles, cervical funneling, cervical length, chromosomal abnormality, corrected BPD, CRL, crown rump length, Down syndrome, early pregnancy failure, EFW, embryonic heart rate, estimated fetal weight, femur length, fetal anemia, fetal biometry, fetal heart rate, fetal renal pelves, FL, gestational age, HC, head circumference, hydrocephalus, intrauterine growth restriction, IUGR, macrosomia, MCA, mean sac diameter, middle cerebral artery, nasal bone, nuchal fold, nuchal translucency, obstetrical ultrasound, occipital-frontal diameter, OFD, oligohydramnios, placenta previa, polyhydramnios, trisomy 13, trisomy 18, trisomy 21, ventriculomegaly, yolk sac diameter, X

The speaker discusses the use of CEUS in testicular evaluation.
Learning Objectives
Learning Objectives :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to identify the role of CEUS in confirming benignity and discuss its role in characterizing vascularity of any testicular lesions. X
Keywords
Keywords :
CEUS, color Doppler, contrast enhanced ultrasound, epidermoid cyst, epididymitis, epididymo-orchitis, Leydig cell tumor, orchitis, primary testicular lymphoma, segmental testicular infarction, Seminoma, testicular abscess, testicular cancer, testicular capillary hemangioma, testicular germ cell tumor, testicular hematoma, testicular torsion, testicular trauma, testicular tumor, testicular ultrasound, X

Mirko D'Onofrio, MD
Pancreas: Tumour and Inflammation
#565 Released On : 04/16/2017 | Time : 31 min
Topics Covered: Grading acute pancreatitisImaging pancreatic massesPancreatic CEUSCystic pancreatic lesions
The speaker discusses the use of CEUS in pancreatic evaluation.
Learning Objectives
Learning Objectives :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to recognize the role that CEUS plays in diagnosing pancreatitis and pancreatic masses, such as pancreatic adenocarcinoma, neuroendocrine tumors and pseudocyst. X
Keywords
Keywords :
acute pancreatitis, CEUS, chronic pancreatitis, contrast enhanced ultrasound, intraductal papillary mucinous neoplasm, IPMN, microbubbles, mucinous cystadenoma, mucinous cystic tumor, pancreas ultrasound, pancreatic adenocarcinoma, pancreatic cyst, pancreatic mass, pancreatic pseudocyst, Pancreatitis, serous cystadenoma, X

The speaker discusses normal anatomy and pathology of the aorta and its branches.
Learning Objectives
Learning Objectives :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to able to recognize normal anatomy of the aorta and its branches, identify pathology of the aorta, such as aneurysm and dissection, and identify pathology of the aortic branches such as acute vs. chronic mesenteric ischemia, splenic artery aneurysm and renal artery stenosis. X
Keywords
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AAA rupture, AAA, abdominal Doppler, aorta, Aortic aneurysm, aortic dissection, aortic estasia, aortic pseudoaneurysm, aortic stent graft, celiac artery, color Doppler aliasing, color Doppler, endoleak, false lumen, fusiform aneurysm, iliac artery, IMA, inferior superior mesenteric artery, MAR, median arcuate artery syndrome, mesenteric artery to aorta ratio, post prandial pain, RAR, RAS, Renal Artery Stenosis, renal artery to aorta ratio, renal artery, resisitive index, RI, sacular aneurysm, SMA, spectral Doppler, splenic artery, stenosis, superior mesenteric artery, tardus parvus waveform, tortuous aorta, true lumen, X

The speaker discusses the normal and abnormal sonographic appearance of both the fetal and postnatal urinary tract as well as the new urinary tract dilatation (UTD) classification used in the diagnosis and management of hydronephrosis.
Learning Objectives
Learning Objectives :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to identify normal fetal and postnatal anatomy of the urinary system as well as the sonographic appearance, describe the new urinary tract dilatation (UTD) classification, and list management and follow up options in antenatal and postnatal UTD X
Keywords
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ANH, antenatal hydronephrosis, anterior posterior renal pelvic diameter, APRPD, caliectasis, color Doppler, ectopic ureter, fetal kidneys, fetal ultrasound, fetal ureter, fetal urinary bladder, MCDK, megaureter, multi-cystic dysplastic kidney, obstetrical ultrasound, oligohydramnios, pediatric kidney, pediatric urinary bladder, pelviectasis, posterior urethral valves, PUV, renal calyces, renal calyx, renal pelvis, spectral Doppler, transient hydronephrosis, UPJ obstruction, ureterocele, ureteropelvic obstruction, ureterovesical obstruction, urethral atresia, urinary tract dilatation classification, UTD, UVJ, VCUG, vesicoureteral reflux, voiding cystourethrography, VUR, X

Konrad Friedrich Stock, MD
Renal Disease: Transplantation
#564 Released On : 04/09/2017 | Time : 25 min
Topics Covered: The basicsNew featuresEFSUMB guidelinesCase reports
A presentation about the use of contrast in performing ultrasound of renal transplants.
Learning Objectives
Learning Objectives :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to identify the normal CEUS appearance of a renal transplant, discuss the EFSUMB guidelines for contrast use in renal transplantation and review case reports. X
Keywords
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3D ultrasound, CEUS, color Doppler, contrast enhanced ultrasound, contrast wash out, cortical enhancement phase, late phase, mechanical index, medullary enhancement phase, MI, microbubbles, power Doppler, pulsed wave Doppler, reanl allograft, renal artery, renal cortex, renal medulla, renal transplant, renal ultrasound, renal vein, resistive index, RI, spectral Doppler, subcapsular renal hematoma, sulfurhexafluoride, time to peak, TTP, X

Ricardo Faingold, MD
Hypertrophic Pyloric Stenosis: Technical Aspects of Ultrasound of the Abdomen
#559 Released On : 04/02/2017 | Time : 9 min
Topics Covered: HPS overviewUS criteriaTechniqueClinical examples
The speaker discusses the use of ultrasound in diagnosing hypertrophic pyloric stenosis.
Learning Objectives
Learning Objectives :
Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will describe the clinical aspects of hypertrophic pyloric stenosis, list the criteria for HPS diagnosis and describe the technical aspects of US of the pylorus in infants with projectile vomiting. X
Keywords
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gastro-esophageal junction, GE junction, HPS, hypertrophic pyloric stenosis, projectile vomiting, pylorus, SMA, SMV, superior mesenteric artery, superior mesenteric vein, X