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This is the sixth 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.
And it’s ISUOG approved.
Programme: 12 noon (UK) – 2pm
- Prof Tom Bourne, Imperial College London (UK) and Prof Thierry Van den Bosch, KU Leuven (Belgium) – Moderator, Opening and Introduction
- Dr Tina Tellum, University of Oslo (Norway) – The diagnosis and clinical implications of adenomyosis
- Prof Thierry Van den Bosch, KU Leuven (Belgium) – Standardising reporting for endometriosis – the IDEA consensus
- Prof George Condous University of Sydney (Australia) – Using ultrasound to diagnose endometriosis in clinical practice. Case examples linking ultrasound to the surgical findings in patients with endometriosis
- Dr Regina Rosario Panlilio-Vitriolo, University of the Philippines Manila (Philippines) – The sonographic features of abdominopelvic tuberculosis and differential diagnosis
- Mr Ahmad Sayasneh, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Trust (UK) – The potential for point-of-care ultrasound to rationalise management for women with acute pelvic pain
- All speakers – Panel discussion and Q&A
The webinar is designed for both trainees as well as experienced radiologists, sonographers, gynaecologists and sonologists. It aims to provide insights and best practice on the use of ultrasound in the management of women presenting with pelvic pain. In particular it will focus on the clinical application of current knowledge on the diagnosis of deep endometriosis.
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