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Anne Kennedy, MD, BCh
Early First Trimester Pitfalls
Anne Kennedy, MD, BCh
05/20/2018 | Time : 26 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker discusses pitfalls in first trimester ultrasound and how to avoid them. Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to list potential sonographic pitfalls in first trimester pregnancies, recall causes of vaginal bleeding in early pregnancy, review the sonographic signs of IUP and recognize the correct equipment parameters to use to best enhance the ultrasound exam.

Topics mentioned in this video : Case #1, Case #2, Vaginal bleeding in pregnancy, Useful terms and recommended terminology, Sonographic signs of IUP, Mean sac diameter and CRL, Viability, Anatomic pitfalls, Tubal ectopic, Pregnancy of unknown location

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Keywords : color Doppler, corpus luteum, CRL, crown rump length, ectopic pregnancy, embryonic demise, failed IUP, failed pregnancy, intrauterine pregnancy, IUP, mean sac diameter, obstetrical ultrasound, perigestational hemorrhage, pregnancy of unknown location, pseudosac, ring of fire, Society of Radiologists in Ultrasound, SRU, subchorionic hemorrhage, transabdominal pelvic ultrasound, transvaginal ultrasound, tubal ectopic

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