GCUS Venous Case Studies 2022 (Videos)

Written by | 17/06/2022 | 0 comments

29 Videos
File Size = 234.00 MB
$330 ~ $35
350 Points

Venous Case Studies Online Course has been designed to provide a large variety of cases in order to improve competence in the diagnosis/interpretation of venous ultrasound pathologies. Recorded during a live Vascular Case Review program, our expert faculty presents 29 cases in a “double-read” format. The patient history/physical examination is provided along with the corresponding ultrasound case documentation.

OBJECTIVES

  • Demonstrate the participants’ knowledge and competence to interpret venous ultrasound examinations.
  • State routine scan protocols and analyze normal duplex/color ultrasound characteristics seen in normal venous vascular examinations.
  • Recognize normal/abnormal spectral/color Doppler findings seen with venous Doppler disease.
  • Apply diagnostic criteria for evaluation of venous disease.
  • Interpret routine and complex arterial Doppler case studies in an interactive “double-read” format.
  • Apply diagnostic criteria for interpretation of vascular examinations.
  • Cite the key elements to include in a structured final report.

AUDIENCE

Physicians, PA’s, sonographers and other medical professionals who will be involved with performing and/or interpreting venous duplex/color flow imaging examinations. Physicians may include (but is not limited to) radiology, general surgery, vascular surgery, cardiology, internal medicine, and primary care.

TOPICS

  • Vein Conduit Stenosis
  • Proximal Venous Obstruction
  • Tricuspid Insufficiency
  • Elevated Central Venous Pressure
  • Valvular Incompetence
  • Venous Recanilization
  • May-Thurner Syndrome
  • Common Femoral Vein Incompetence
  • Thrombosis
  • Venous Ablation
  • Baker’s Cyst
  • Arteriovenous Fistula
  • Extrinsic Compression
  • Abdominal Venous Duplex
  • Venous Duplex Ultrasound-CAT Scan-Retroperitoneal Fibrosous
  • Renal Vein Thrombosis
  • Compromised Flow-Anastomotic Stenosis
  • Steal Syndrome
  • Venous Compression
  • Plus More…

Reviewed for content accuracy: 4/10/2022

This edition valid for credit through: 4/10/2025

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