Imaging is gaining a key role in the understanding of pelvic floor disorders. Three-dimensional endovaginal ultrasonography is increasingly used in clinical practice to rapidly confirm a suspected pathology as well as helping to diagnose patient’s symptoms. These noninvasive techniques not only provide a superior depiction of the pelvic anatomy but also yield unique dynamic information.
This course is designed to give participants an overview of the techniques and image interpretation of pelvic floor ultrasonography and let them to understand the potential roles of ultrasonography in improving the diagnosis and management of the transabdominal and transvaginal pelvic disorders.
This course aims to enable participants perform a transabdominal and transvaginal ultrasound exam properly in patients who present with pelvic pain, adnexal masses, infertility, and other complaints. The practical session of the course with live ultrasound will provide participants with hands-on experience in the basic use of ultrasound and is designed to closely discuss specific details of the techniques.
Upon successful completion of this course it is expected that the participant will be able to:
This course serves as a comprehensive review for the practicing urogynaecologist, other clinician and sonographers.
This 3-day, clinically oriented, interactive, hands-on training course offers advanced lectures complemented hands-on activities and discussion with experts.
CME credits: 21.0