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Ultrasound Update 2009
Hilton Sacramento Inn
2200 Harvard St
Sacramento , CA
http://www.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/cme/conferences/
Ultrasound Update 2009
University of California, Davis

Schedule of Presentations:

Saturday, September 12, 2009
07:30:00 Registration, Continental Breakfast, Visit Exhibits
08:20:00 Welcome and Course Objectives John McGahan
08:25:00 OBSTETRICAL IMAGING
08:30:00 Sonoembryology and First Trimester Ultrasound Mary K O'Boyle,
09:00:00 The Role of Genetic Ultrasound Following 1st and 2nd Trimester Screening for Down Syndrome Greggory R. DeVore
09:50:00 Non-Hydronephrotic Fetal Renal Abnormalities Roy A. Filly
10:40:00 Break, Visit Exhibits
11:00:00 Ultrasound in the Assessment of Fetal Growth Restriction Dena R. Towner
11:30:00 Fetal Hydronephrosis Roy A. Filly
12:00:00 Lunch (included in tuition)
13:10:00 How to Optimize B-mode and Color Doppler Ultrasound to Evaluate the Fetal Heart Greggory R. DeVore
14:00:00 Ovarian Masses: Emphasis on Benign Masses Roy A. Filly
15:00:00 Break, Visit Exhibits
15:20:00 Pulsed Doppler of the Fetal Heart: What You Should Know Greggory R. DeVore
15:50:00 Imaging Non OB Causes of Pain in Pregnancy John McGahan
16:20:00 OB/GYN Causes of Pain in Pregnancy Mary K O'Boyle,
17:10:00 Question and Answer Panel
17:30:00 Adjourn for the day
Sunday, September 13, 2009
07:30:00 Registration, Continental Breakfast, Visit Exhibits
08:30:00 Sonographic Evaluation of Hernias Cynthia L. Rapp
09:00:00 Pearls in Pediatric Ultrasound Sandra W. Gorges
09:30:00 Appendiceal Ultrasound Cynthia L. Rapp
10:00:00 Break, Visit Exhibits
10:20:00 Scrotal Sonography Update Eugenio O. Gerscovich
11:10:00 Breast ­ What you Should Know Cynthia L. Rapp
12:00:00 Question and Answer Panel
12:10:00 Adjourn, turn in evaluation and pickup certificate of attendance.
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