GYN Ultrasound Nonmalignant Adnexal Conditions Advanced Clinical Training

Learn to evaluate adnexal masses using ultrasound, including imaging techniques used in sonographic evaluation of nonmalignant adnexal conditions. Understand the implications of ultrasound findings for specific gynecological conditions. Learn to identify and evaluate nonmalignant adnexal conditions, such as hydrosalpinx, tubo-ovarian abscess, and adnexal torsion, using ultrasonography.
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How it Works

Each SonoSim module contains:

  • A Didactic, Cloud-Based, Multimedia Course
  • Real-Time Knowledge Checks & a Mastery Test
  • A Series of Hands-On, Real Patient Scanning Cases Accessed with the SonoSimulator® Ultrasound Probe

The SonoSimulator Ultrasound Probe is a one-time purchase and is your access key to the SonoSim modules you license annually. License to each module is purchased in the first year, and maintained with an annual membership fee. Keep scanning and maintain all your member benefits, including annual access to all your modules, with your low annual membership fee of $295 (complimentary in your first year).

Course Highlights

SonoSim cloud-based, multimedia, didactic courses are created by leading ultrasound experts, and are internet accessible immediately after purchase, on any device. There are knowledge checks with real-time feedback throughout each course, as well as a Mastery Test that is automatically graded.

The course in this module covers topics including:

  • Introduction to Ultrasound of Nonmalignant Adnexal Conditions
  • Adnexal Anatomy Overview
  • Various Types of Ovarian Cysts, including Dermoid, Ovarian Fibroma, Hemorrhagic, and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
  • Case Studies of Pedunculated Leiomyoma, Hydrosalpinx, Tubo-Ovarian Abscess, Peritoneal Inclusion Cyst, Paraovarian Cyst and Adnexal Torsion

SonoSimulator Scanning Cases

The SonoSimulator® helps develop and maintain the critical visuomotor and visuospatial skills that are central to image acquisition and interpretation with real patient imagery, expert tutorials on-demand, and real-time feedback on success.

The 10 real patient scanning cases in this module include and cover:

  • Patient Types: Adult Only, Female
  • Relevant Findings/Pathology: Simple & Complex Ovarian Cysts, Hemorrhagic Cysts, Endometriomas, Dermoid Cysts, Hydrosalpinx
  • Doppler & Imaging Modes: Color-Flow Doppler
  • Scanning Approaches: Transabdominal, Transvaginal
  • Transducer Types: Curvilinear, Transvaginal
  • Special Case Features: Anatomic Layer Removal

Continued Medical Education

Ultrasound is preferred as the first imaging modality used when patient symptoms suggest uterine or other pelvic organ abnormalities. The GYN Ultrasound Nonmalignant Adnexal Conditions Advanced Clinical Module teaches medical professionals how to use sonography to evaluate the adnexa, which includes the ovaries, fallopian tubes, and supporting ligaments, in the adult female. The focus of the module is on nonmalignant adnexal conditions, which includes ovarian cysts, ovarian fibromas, polycystic ovaries, pedunculated leiomyomas, tubo-ovarian abscess, peritoneal inclusion cysts, and adnexal torsion. The real-patient scanning cases in this module include both transabdominal and transvaginal scanning approaches and cover simple ovarian cysts, multiple types of complex adnexal cysts (such as hemorrhagic cysts, endometriomas, and dermoid cysts), and hydrosalpinx.

This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of the American College of Emergency Physicians, the Illinois College of Emergency Physicians, and SonoSim, Inc. The American College of Emergency Physicians is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The American College of Emergency Physicians designates this enduring material for a maximum of 5.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Approved by the American College of Emergency Physicians for a maximum of 5.25 hours of ACEP Category I credit.