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This is the fourth in the “East meets West” Obstetrics and Gynaecology Ultrasound Webinar Series 2021 – supported by Samsung and brought to you by experts from Imperial College London, through Imperial Consultants.
Programme: from 12 noon (UK) – 2pm
- Prof. Christoph Lees, Imperial College London (UK) – Moderator, Opening and Introduction
- Prof Liona Poon, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong) – Evidence-based practice for laser in complicated MCDA twins
- Prof. Hye-Sung Won, Asan Medical Centre (Korea) – Fetal growth after laser surgery in TTTS
- Dr Gowrishankar Paramasivam, Chennai Fetal Care, India – Radiofrequency ablation in complex MCDA pregnancy
- Dr Caroline Shaw, Imperial College London (UK) – Novel HIFU treatment for TTTS
- All speakers – Panel discussion and Q&A
The webinar is approved by the ISUOG.
During this interactive session, you will hear about the latest research on managing complex MCDA twins from European and Asian experts. Fetoscopic laser will be described, as will other established techniques such as radiofrequency ablation for selective FGR or twins discordant for anomalies. We will also spend a little time on ‘blue sky’ technologies that could enter clinical practice soon, such as non invasive ablation using high intensity focused ultrasound. All the speakers are highly experienced in their fields and have an infectious enthusiasm to teach, debate and discuss.
This webinar will be suitable for fetal medicine experts, radiologists, obstetricians, sonographers, specialist midwives, neonatologists and trainees in these fields.
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