The American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM) will host Ultrasound: The Complete Perspective, led by course director Peter Doubilet, MD, PhD, October 1617, 2004, at the Le Centre Sheraton, Montral, Canada. Take advantage of early registration (prior to August 13, 2004) and SAVE.
The course will provide an update of current ultrasound and Doppler practices and techniques in abdominal, gynecologic, and vascular applications. Upon completion of the course, the attendees will be able to make more accurate diagnoses and be able to better understand how to use ultrasound in conjunction with other imaging tests.
Register online at www.aium.org for this course, which is designed to meet the needs of those who order, perform, or interpret diagnostic ultrasound studies, and benefit from a broad range of discussion topics. Hear nationally recognized experts discuss their techniques and approaches, tricks, and tips, while earning up to 13 category 1 AMA PRA continuing medical education (CME) credits.
Key topics include
Ultrasound and Doppler of the Native Kidney
Doppler of the Liver
Ultrasound Contrast Agents: Use in Liver Masses
Ectopic Pregnancy: Diagnosis
Image-Guided Tumor Ablation
Acute Abdomen of Hollow Visceral Origin: Sonographic Assessment
Sonography and Sonohysterography of the Nongravid Uterus
Postcatheterization Groin Ultrasound
The complete faculty and course list is available online at www.aium.org.
Contact: Brenda Kinney
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