IndianRadiologist.com has announced its first CME – CTBUZZ from June 22-23,2019. This conference will be held at The Courtyard by Marriott, Mumbai.It is a Neck & Chest Course and will feature International and National Faculty.
Resident Radiologist will present the first lecture of SonoBuzz 2019. This presentation will be selected amongst several others from a title that will be announced shortly.
Could this be YOU?
Fiddle with the knobs and TGC that are made to be fiddled with. And come up with an image that will amaze you.
Tips n Tricks for OPD FNAC
Do you finally want to learn this or not? Simplified approach to start using this useful test in your OPD practise
Ovarian cysts or more? What is it besides the uterus?
Can you use your linear probe in the abdomen for any 3 other reasons other than the appendix? If you cannot think of those 3 reasons quick enough, maybe its good reason you attended this lecture.
That got you going!
A nice hot cup of Cappuccino and you are set for the mid morning session of 5 back to back capsule lectures of the neck.
Get the mid morning session going with the troublesome lumps and bumps in the neck and their differentials.
DO you write the TIRADS score in each Report of yours for each thyroid nodule that you seen on ultrasound? Yes? No? NO???!
Don't sweat if that nodule or lesion is not in the thyroid. You can still diagnose it.
Just label the lesion as a lymph node, or should you add value to it. Architecture? Vascularity? Something more?
This now quite famous lecture by Dr Rajesh Kamble has more than a 1000 views on YouTube. But we've made him tweak this lecture so its unrecognisable from the one you've seen on the net. With lots of new cases, and a surprise Quiz at the end with one winner from the audience on the spot
Time for lunch and cool off with some innovative dessert options, and head for the afternoon Doppler demos
So when do you call it Critical Stenosis? And how should an ideal report look like? Dr Mohit Shah tells you how
Workshop & Demo
Demo of arterial study of the lower limb
AV fistula evaluation can leave you stuck with what information you need to give the operating surgeon for tomorrow morning's quick surgery.
Hemangioma or AV Malformation. Low flow or high flow. Sure its a hemangioma or need a biopsy? Dr Chander Lulla tells us more!
Second Cuppa Cappuccino to get you going till the end of the day.
Not being doing MSK ultrasound. Get started with this "starter pack" MSK series of 3 back to back capsule lectures that get you confident enough to tackle these cases in your OPD
Anke is tough. We know that! and that too at the end of the day!
Ashwin shows us how its done.
The MSK finale!
Simple demos that you can do!
A great review of the Heart anatomy & embryology by Dr Prashant Acharya, for Radiologists to get an insight into a working understanding of heart anomalies.
Demo + Lecture by Dr Mark Sklansky the Lead Faculty for this event.
Dr Chandrashekhar Kenjale describes all Arch Anomalies with his wonderful image collection and videos of the abnormal cases
How to break down your cardiac examination in the fetus: a simple step wise approach by Dr Alpana Joshi, Co Editor RadBuzz and our Fetal Imaging Faculty on YouTube
Time for a cuppa and maybe a hot snack!
Continue the Fetal Echo Workout with our Lead Faculty Dr Mark Sklansky,
The complete analysis of 3VV and 3VT views by Dr Nitin Chaubal in a simplified format
Whats hiding behind the heart. Is it just the aorta or a bit more that you are supposed to see?
Understand the concept of this exciting new technique in Fetal Echo Evaluation
Time for Lunch!
Learn this tough topic through a specialist - Dr Ashok Khurana just after the lunch break.
Eat salad instead of a heavy meal to stay focussed!
The Venous Connections. The usual anomalies discussed in an unusual way
Once again, a difficult topic tackled in a systematic manner by Dr Prashant Acharya
That tough session is followed by a strong coffee need
3 Top Papers will be presented in the main hall - residents and junior consultants will be given priority for this presentation that will be selected from the various papers OR posters received before Nov 30, 2019
So did you learn much today?
You will now find out
Just the bare minimum that you ought to know.
We start our final day with a challenging lecture - how quick and how accurately can we catch skeletal lesions.
Does amniotic fluid volume and placental evaluation matter at all? This lecture tells you why it does!
Have you ever missed an accreta?
Then, this is a very useful lecture by Dr Amar Bhide in which placental invasion can be accurately diagnosed by ultrasound and is well explained.
Normal fetal anomaly scan done in the best possible way, and then the growth scan gives you an anomaly. Your heart sinks! Could I have missed this earlier you ask yourself.
Its's true, there is a group of evolving fetal anomalies that give us a nasty surprise later.
Coffee Overload but its the last one of the morning!
Tough topic made easy!
Tough Doppler means the best man should teach you this!
Twins Twins Twins
Easy Easy Easy
Farewel Lunch @ Hyatt Regency
Mega Quiz with Mega Prizes