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The AIUM celebrates 50 years at the 2005 AIUM Annual convention and preconvention

LAUREL, MD-The American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM) will be holding its 2005 AIUM Annual Preconvention and Convention and 50th Anniversary Celebration in Orlando, Florida, June 1822, at the WALT DISNEY WORLD SWAN AND DOLPHIN Hotel. Whether you are new to the field of ultrasound or a seasoned professional, there's sure to be plenty of educational activities that cater to all levels of expertise.

Meet-the-Professor sessions, film panel sessions, and an exhibit hall filled with the latest ultrasound technology are just some of the educational offerings that will be available to participants. Convention attendees are eligible to earn up to 17 CME credits, and those attending the Meet-the-Professor sessions are eligible to earn up to 7 credits. An additional 11 CME credits are available, if you arrive at the convention early and attend courses at the Preconvention Program, June 1819. There, you can design your own program by choosing 1 or 2 of the following continuing education options:

Diagnostic Ultrasound Principles and Instruments: Fundamentals and Advances This course addresses how modern ultrasound imaging and Doppler ultrasound work, including the fundamentals and technological advances. The objectives are to provide an introduction for those new to the field; an update on technological advances for practicing physicians, sonographers, and other health care professionals; and assistance for those preparing for certification examinations.

Challenging Diagnoses in Obstetrics and Gynecology This interactive multimedia course covers differential diagnoses of anatomic and congenital anomalies. Twelve difficult cases from leading experts in the field will be presented to the audience through images and video clips of each case, along with a set of questions for the audience to answer. After attendees have expressed their opinions, the experts will discuss each case. The objective of the course is to present the audience with cha
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Contact: Adam Freestone
afreestone@aium.org
301-498-4100
American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine
17-May-2005


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