virtual course
6 of July⋅2024
EXPERT FETAL
ULTRASOUND

Target audience: Specialists in feto-maternal medicine interested in new technologies as 2D, color Doppler, and 3D and in dealing with common and rare fetal anomalies and syndromes.
Modern prenatal diagnosis relies on high resolution ultrasound and the detection of details in addition to the knowledge on a large number of fetal diseases and syndromes. This course has several parts, the morning part will be discussing new aspects of neurosonography, and first trimester ultrasound and the afternoon part will discuss cardiac anomalies and 3D of the vessels. In addition, ideas and trends as the metaverse will be discussed.
Moderator
  • Prof. Rabih Chaoui
    Professor of Ob&Gyn, Co-Dir. of the Center of Prenatal Diagnosis and Human Genetics, Berlin / Germany
Speakers
  • Prof. Bernard Benoit
    Professor of Ob&Gyn, Head of US Dept in Ob/Gyn Unit at Princess Grace Hospital / Monaco
  • Prof. Alfred Abuhamad
    Prof. and Chairman for
    the Dept of Ob&Gyn and Dir.
    of the MFM Fellowship program at Eastern Virginia Med.School / USA
  • Prof. Rabih Chaoui
    Professor of Ob&Gyn, Co-Dir. of the Center of Prenatal Diagnosis and Human Genetics / Germany
  • Dr. Reem Abu Rustum
    MD, obstetrician / gynecologist (obgyn), Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Florida College of Medicine / USA
  • Dr. Robert B. B. Samaha
    MD, PhD, MBA, Department of Obstetrics, Perinatology and Neonatology, Center of Postgraduate Medical Education; Founder and Chairman of Maternal Fetal Medicine Foundation / Poland
  • Dr. Frantisek Grochal
    MD, Head of the Femicare Center of Prenatal Diagnosis / Slovakia

Educational goals:
1
To improve the knowledge of sonographers and fetal medicine specialists involved in prenatal
2
Diagnosis in performing basic and advanced ultrasound examinations during different stages of pregnancy
3
To provide an advanced course in obstetric ultrasound for healthcare providers
4
To demonstrate skillful scanning techniques for performing prenatal ultrasound using modern 2D and 3D/4D approaches
5
To give awareness in differentiation of normal fetal anatomy and the most common fetal anomalies and syndromic conditions
6
To recognize typical ultrasound features and sentinel signs suggesting specific syndromic conditions.
Conference main scientific points
This course is dedicated to specialists in feto-maternal medicine interested in fetal
ultrasound. Modern prenatal diagnosis relies on high-resolution ultrasound and the
detection of details in addition to the knowledge on the large number of fetal diseases and syndromes.

This one-day course has four parts:
  • Face and brain
  • Twins
  • Heart, and
  • First trimester.

During this day the speakers will focus on one hand on the practical
„How to do 3D“ and on the other hand on the clinical application. The examination of the
fetal face will be discussed and cases demonstrated in 2D and 3D. Twins and multiple
pregnancies are a challenge and one section will discussed these problems. Normal
anatomy and anomalies of the fetal heart will be presented and cases will be demonstrated. First-trimester ultrasound screening in the era of NIPT has an evolving importance and new
aspects will be discussed in the last session.
Scientific program
Simple hints for many facial anomalies and syndromes
Use of 3D of the fetal face and heart
Vascularity of the brain

Clues for many cardiac anomalies
Simple hints for many anomalies in the first trimester including fetal heart
Complexity of diagnosing and management of twins

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EXPERT FETAL ULTRASOUND 06.07.2024
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Viktoriia.Anysymova@extempore.info
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