ASUM in conjunction with the Early Pregnancy & Gynaecological Scanning Foundation Theoretical Courses
The team at OMNI is dedicated to ongoing medical education. We have set up the “Early Pregnancy & Gynaecological Scanning Foundation” which is a charitable organization dedicated to teaching and clinical research. In conjunction with the Australasian Society for Ultrasound in Medicine (ASUM), the “Early Pregnancy & Gynaecological Scanning Foundation” will run Theoretical Courses in 2008.
- Why perform an ultrasound in the first trimester?
- Miscarriage; diagnosis and management. Is there a role for 3D/4D ultrasound of the uterous?
- Tubal ectopic pregnancy; diagnosis and management
- Non-tubal ectopic pregnancy; diagnosis and management
- Pregnancies of unknown location; what does it mean and what do we do?
- Gestational trophoblastic disease; how good is ultrasound in the diagnosis?
- Ovarian cysts in early pregnancy; do we really need to see the ovaries in the first trimester?
- Acute pelvic pain; how important is ultrasound in such women?
- Chronic pelvic pain; what information does ultrasound provide?
- Ovarian pathology; can ultrasound be the basis of triaging adnexal pathology?
- Abnormal uterine bleeding; what role does ultrasound & sonohysterography play?
- Post menopausal bleeding; what do we really need to know?
- How do we perform HyCo Sy and is it a useful diagnostic tool in the work-up of women with fertility?