An online assessment will be sent to Symposium participants (that have registered for the Symposium and also registered their interest in the certificate course), after 18 April 2021. Participants will need to achieve a mark of 70% or more to be issued a certificate. Certificates will be issued if the conditions are met, in May 2021. For full conditions and to register your interest, please see here: https://www.isuog.org/events/international-symposia/international-symposium-2021/scientific-program/certificate-courses.html
Please note this does not constitute a certificate of competency in gynecological imaging.
Sample questions are prepared below:
▼ Making sense of ovarian tumor algorithms (O-RADS, GI-RADS, IOTA) in routine clinical practice
▼ Diagnosis and management of ovarian tumours during pregnancy
▼ Assessing the endometrium in a post-menopausal patient
▼ The endometrium after a pregnancy: Tips and tricks for everything from retained products to enhanced myometrial vascularity
▼ Pattern recognition part 1: Clinical cases - putting you to the test
▼ How to identify the many ultrasounds features of adenomyosis
▼ A practical guide to 3D ultrasound in gynecology in routine clinical practice
▼ Scan demonstration: The gynaecological scan. The basics and beyond.
▼ Pattern recognition part 2: Clinical cases - putting you to the test
▼ Endometriosis on ultrasound: Simplifying this complex disease
▼ Diagnosing miscarriage and markers predicting pregnancy failure
▼ Pregnancy of unknown location (PUL): a practical guide in routine clinical practice
▼ Assessing the uterine niche as a source of abnormal bleeding and precursor to Caesarean scar EP
▼ Tips and tricks on how to be certain about a diagnosis of Caesarean Section Scar EP
▼ Diagnosing and determining where your patient exists on the placenta accreta spectrum
▼ Pattern recognition part 3: Clinical cases - putting you to the test
▼ A primer on pelvic floor ultrasound
▼ Polycystic ovaries: What every clinician needs to know
▼ Ultrasound evaluation of fallopian tubes and their diseases
▼ The gynecological ultrasound in North America: What should our standard be and what do gynecologists need?
▼ Pattern recognition part 4: Clinical cases - putting you to the test