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Update Course in Diagnostic Radiology: Findings at Ultrasound--What Do They Mean?: Obstetrics I

  DATE: Sunday, November 30 2003
  START TIME: 02:00 PM
  END TIME: 03:30 PM
  LOCATION: Room E451A
  CODE: RC110
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PRESENTER
Peter Cooperberg MD
Vancouver , BC
 
J. Charboneau MD
Rochester , MN
 
Thomas Winter MD
Madison , WI
 
Peter Callen MD
San Francisco , CA
 

MOC
Genitourinary Radiology
Obstetrics/Gnyecology
Ultrasound
Credit Categories
Ultrasound Credit
Keywords
Fetus, US
Pregnancy, US
Walks Thru Week
Ultrasound
Genitourinary
 

 
RC110A - The Cord Looks Funny: What Does That Mean?
Learning Objectives: The umbilical cord can now be readily identified sonographically as early as the first trimester of pregnancy. A number of normal and pathological states can be identified which may impact further diagnosis and management. The following umbilical cord abnormalities will be discussed: single umbilical artery, persistent right umbilical vein, umbilical vein varix, nuchal cords, hypo- and hypercoiled cords and umbilical cord cysts.

 
RC110B - It Looks Like There's More than One Fetus: What Does That Mean?
Learning Objectives: 1) Assess chorionicity and amnionicity of twins. 2) Diagnose complications of twin pregnancies, including twin-twin transfusion syndrome and acardiac anomaly. 3) Understand the use of fetal measurements in multiple gestations.

 
RC110C - The Patient Is Positive for Beta-Human Chorionic Gonadotropin and No Intrauterine Pregnancy Is Found: What Does That Mean?
Learning Objectives: 1) To recognize whether a small intrauterine fluid collection is an intradecidually implanted gestational sac, or a pseudosac associated with an ectopic pregnancy. 2) To evaluate the spectrum of B-scan findings that can occur with ectopic pregnancy. 3) To learn the benefits (and limitations) of Doppler analysis in patients with suspected ectopic pregnancy., 4) To understand the relationship of hCG and sonography not only for diagnosing ectopic pregnancy, but also for managing patients with ectopic pregnancy.