January 14-16, 2022
18.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
19 Cognate Credits
21.25 Category A CE credits
“This year our faculty will discuss pertinent tips and pearls about many obstetrical and gynecologic ultrasound conditions, and faculty will be asked what pearls they learned listening to their colleagues. Placenta accreta spectrum continues to be on the rise so information regarding diagnosis, both in first and second trimesters, will be given. Congenital heart disease remains a challenge for screening so talks (including a luminary speaker from Europe) will be given on the ultrasound exam of the fetal heart (in the first and second trimesters), assessing the 4-chamber view and outflow tracts, including the 3-vessel view, and unknown cases
of congenital heart disease will test audience skills. Congenital anomalies of the abdomen, abdominal wall, brain and chest will be covered. Genetics advances for congenital anomalies will also be discussed. A panel discussion will be presented regarding education, learning and new protocols in clinical practice.
Gynecology ultrasound will cover how to use the O-RADS classification of adnexal masses – the most requested topic for this meeting. Tips will be offered for assessing first-trimester pregnancy visits and gynecologic visits to the emergency room. You will learn about ultrasound tips on scanning patients with possible endometriosis and when to consider using MRI. A talk will be given on how to use the coronal plane of the uterus on 3D since this has been added by the AIUM for accreditation." - Dolores Pretorius
Physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurse midwives, nurses, sonographers and radiologic technologists who work in a clinical practice setting using maternal-fetal ultrasound for diagnosis and screening.