10 Day Small Parts scanning workshop (October)

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Event:
10 Day Small Parts scanning workshop (October)
Start:
October 30, 2017 9:00 am
End:
November 10, 2017 4:30 pm
Organizer:
AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL OF MEDICAL IMAGING
Updated:
September 29, 2016
Venue:
ASMI
Address:
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616/1c Burdett St, Hornsby, NSW, 2077, Australia

This is a 10 day introductory  “hands on”  course for anyone at the beginning of their ultrasound training.  The course will cover scanning the breast, scrotum, thyroid, salivary glands and the neck.

Curriculum

·         Physical principals and artifacts associated with Breast, Scrotum and Neck      scanning

·         Anatomy and some pathology

·         Scanning techniques

·         Protocols and documentation

·         Worksheets

Objectives:

  •         This course will provide detailed anatomy of the breast ,scrotum , thyroid and salivary glands
  •         It will provide an introduction to the scanning techniques involved in scanning the breast,the scrotum and the neck
  •        To provide participants with the knowledge and  scanning skills required to complete an ultrasound examination of the breast, breast augmentations, testis, epididymis, scrotal sac thyroid , salivary glands and the neck.
  •         To provide the participants with the scanning protocols and documentation for scanning small parts.

Upon completion of this course participants should have the knowledge and scanning skills to complete an examination of the breast ,scrotum and neck.

PREVIOUS SCANNING EXPERIENCE IS REQUIRED FOR THIS SEMINAR.

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