Overview

Course Directors:

Jorge Soto, MD
Professor of Radiology,
Boston University School of Medicine

O. Clark West, MD, FACR
Professor and Vice Chair,
Diagnostic and Interventional Imaging,
The University of Texas Health Science Center at
Houston Medical School

Manickam “Nicks” Kumaravel, MD
Director, Musculoskeletal Imaging,
Sports, Orthopedic and Emergency Imaging,
The University of Texas Health Science Center at
Houston Medical School

Douglas S. Katz, MD, FACR
Director, Body CT and
Vice Chair, Department of Radiology,
Winthrop-University Hospital
Professor of Clinical Radiology,
SUNY at Stony Brook


Continuing Education


3 Days


Radiologists


Basic


Classroom




Course Overview

This 3-day Vascular Ultrasound course is designed for sonographers, echocardiographers, interventional technologists and physicians seeking intensive training on the essential aspects of vascular ultrasound. This course provides an opportunity to complement the professional’s existing skills with non-invasive vascular examination techniques. The course begins with a review of the basic ultrasound physics and instrumentation gray scale and Doppler principles, and fluid dynamics. Additional discussions include methods for optimizing the quality of diagnostic data obtained during an ultrasound examination. Specific applications are then addressed beginning with a review of the relevant anatomy and physiology followed by in-depth presentations on examination techniques, protocols and diagnostic criteria. The specific applications that will be addressed include: extra-cranial and intracranial cerebrovascular, abdominal and retroperitoneal (including large vessels as well as organs), and peripheral arterial and venous imaging and non-imaging assessments.


Target Attendees:

  • Physicians

  • Sonographers

  • Nurses

  • Interventional Technologists

  • Echocardiographers

  • Technologists

# of participants:
Maximum 20

Language:
English