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15 - 18 June 2020

Pelvic Ultrasound

Overview & Introduction

Ippokratis Sarris, Chair

Ultrasound is an essential tool in the investigation and management of women with fertility problems. Delegates attending the course will gain a comprehensive overview, starting with basic principles through to advanced techniques, of how to use and optimize ultrasound as a tool essential in the practise of reproductive medicine and fertility. Delegates will understand how to best use 2D, 3D and Doppler modes to extract relevant information for the diagnosis and management of fertility problems and treatment cycles. Delegates will also learn how ultrasound
can be used to perform diagnostic and operative procedures relevant to fertility. This course represents the mandatory Study Day for the BFS certification module in Pelvic Ultrasound.

Target audience
• Trainees currently registered, or considering completion of the BFS certification module in Pelvic
• All trainees wishing to acquire gynaecological ultrasound skills targeted specifically to fertility assessment
• Practising gynaecologists, nurses and allied health professional who wish to improve their fertility scanning skills

Session Speaker
HyCoSy / Hysterosonography Gidon Lieberman
Early Pregnancy Scanning Tommy Tang
Follicle Tracking/Endometrium Measuring Mostafa Metwally
Ultrasound Guided Procedures in Fertility Treatments Harish Bhandari
Pelvic Pathology Shyamaly Sur
Transvaginal scanning: Anatomy, physiology and technique Nazar Amso
Image Optimisation, Ultrasound Artefacts and Safety Neil Pugh
Diagnostic Ultrasound & Applications of Doppler Geeta Nargund
3D ultrasound Kanna Jayaprakasan