This module offers procedural tasks and clinical cases presenting various findings relevant to the ultrasound examination of the abdomen. Complete clinical cases provide an unrestricted training environment with various scenarios such as trauma, abdominal pain, flank pain, back pain, palpable abnormalities, follow-up on suspected or known abnormalities, and more. Pathologies include fatty liver, kidney stones, bladder mass, gallbladder pathologies, liver cirrhosis, and more.
This module complements the Abdominal module and includes a focused examination of the liver segments, a full step-by-step practice of the scanning protocol, and an educational label task, which is compliant with AIUM guidelines.
- To practice and gain confidence in obtaining meaningful ultrasound images while performing an ultrasound examination of the abdomen
- To identify, understand and capture ultrasound images of organs in the abdominal cavity such as liver, kidneys, spleen, abdominal aorta, gallbladder, pancreas and appendix in a healthy patient
- To identify, understand and capture ultrasound images of the liver and its segments
- To demonstrate and evaluate diverse abdominal findings such as abdominal aortic aneurism, renal abnormalities, liver abnormalities, gallbladder abnormalities and more
- To practice the diagnostic workflow and reporting of the clinical findings for various virtual patient cases
- To demonstrate competency in systematic performance of a comprehensive abdominal ultrasound examination
Critical Care, Internal Medicine, Urology, Emergency Medicine, Radiology, Interventional Radiology, and Pediatrics.
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