9th Annual Biomarkers Congress
Advanced Sonography Symposium in OB/GYN
Boston Marriott Long Wharf
296 State Street, Boston, MA 02109
Boston, Massachusetts
http://cme.hms.harvard.edu/index.asp?SECTION=CLASSES&ID=00301523&SO=N
This advanced sonography course will provide OB/GYN ultrasound practitioners with insights into the screening, diagnosis, and management of fetal anomalies via 2-D, 3-D, 4-D, Doppler, & invasive testing. There will be in-depth focus on fetal echocardiography, Doppler and fetal neurosonology. In addition, one morning session will be devoted to advances in gynecologic ultrasound including the evaluation of patients with pelvic pain and bleeding.

Schedule of Presentations:

Friday, October 1, 2010
07:00:00 Registration & Continental Breakfast
07:55:00 Advances In Gyn Sonography Beryl Benacerraf
08:00:00 Incidental Findings in GYN Ultrasound STEVEN R. GOLDSTEIN
08:30:00 The Sonographic Evaluation of the Patient with Pelvic Pain Beryl Benacerraf
09:00:00 What is the Normal Width of the Endometrial Echo? STEVEN R. GOLDSTEIN
09:30:00 Ectopic Pregnancy Peter M. Doubilet
10:00:00 Questions and Answer Period
10:15:00 Coffee Break & Exhibits
10:45:00 Adnexal Masses and Cysts – What's Important and How to Arrive at a Diagnosis MARY C. FRATES
11:20:00 3D in GYN Including Ovarian Sonoangiography Ilan E. Timor-Tritsch
12:00:00 Questions and Answer Period
12:15:00 Lunch & Visit Exhibits
13:25:00 The Fetal Heart CAROL B. BENSON
13:30:00 Fetal Cardiac Anatomy Normal and Abnormal ALFRED ABUHAMAD
14:05:00 Pulse and Color Doppler of the Fetal Heart Greggory R. DeVore
14:40:00 Cardiac Arrhythmias JOSHUA COPEL
15:15:00 Coffee Break & Exhibits
15:45:00 1st Trimester Fetal Echocardiography ALFRED ABUHAMAD
16:20:00 3D/4D of the Fetal Heart (Cases Presentations) Greggory R. DeVore
16:55:00 Questions and Answer Period
Saturday, October 2, 2010
07:00:00 Continental Breakfast
07:55:00 Fetal Brain BRYANN S. BROMLEY
08:00:00 The Central Nervous System at 11-13 Weeks GIANLUIGI PILU
08:40:00 Posterior Fossa Anomalies BRYANN S. BROMLEY
09:10:00 Agenesis of the Corpus Callosum and Absent Septum Pellucidum GIANLUIGI PILU
09:40:00 Can 3D Help for the Evaluation of the Brain? Ilan E. Timor-Tritsch
10:15:00 Questions and Answer Period
10:30:00 Coffee Break & Visit Exhibits
11:00:00 Abnormalities of the Fetal Face - 2D and 3D Beryl Benacerraf
11:30:00 Coding and Getting Paid for Doing Ultrasound JOSHUA COPEL
12:00:00 Questions and Answer Period
12:15:00 Lunch & Visit Exhibits
13:30:00 Doppler in the Assessment of IUGR GIANCARLO MARI
14:00:00 Invasive Procedures in Obstetrics with Emphasis on in Utero Treatment of Fetuses with Cardiac Anomalies CAROL B. BENSON
14:30:00 Cardiovascular Changes in the Anemic Fetus GIANCARLO MARI
15:00:00 Questions and Answer Period
15:15:00 Coffee Break & Visit Exhibits
15:45:00 1st and 2nd Trimester Ultrasound Screening for Down Syndrome – Can They be Combined? BRYANN S. BROMLEY
16:15:00 Debate: Should Patients be told about an Echogenic Intracardiac Focus on an Otherwise Normal Ultrasound? Beryl Benacerraf, Peter M. Doubilet
16:45:00 Genetic Screening Including Serum Testing and Genetic Counseling – The Brigham Experience LOUISE WILKINS-HAUG
17:15:00 Questions and Answer Period
Sunday, October 3, 2010
07:00:00 Continental Breakfast
07:55:00 Fetal Anomalies THOMAS D. SHIPP
08:00:00 Twins and Higher Multiples – The Trouble with Sharing Peter M. Doubilet
08:40:00 Fetal Skeletal Malformations CAROL B. BENSON
09:20:00 Borderline Findings Including Two-Vessel Cord, Nuchal Cord, Umbilical Venous Varix, Chorioamniotic Separation, Intra-abdominal Calcifications, among Others BRYANN S. BROMLEY
10:00:00 Questions and Answer Period
10:15:00 Coffee Break & Visit Exhibits
10:45:00 Abnormalities of the Genitourinary Tract THOMAS D. SHIPP
11:15:00 Just Images – Interesting Cases – Pitfalls – Interactive Beryl Benacerraf, THOMAS D. SHIPP
12:00:00 Questions and Answer Period
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