This is the on demand version of the pre-congress course in October 2023. It will provide an overview of IOTA, adnexal masses and endometriosis.

Overview

Course name: Ovarian masses and endometriosis
Duration of course: 6 hours 
Length of access for each course: 3 months
Certificates: 6 CME credits and ISUOG Certificate of Completion
Access: On demand lectures, learn at your own pace.  
Education level: Advanced 
Program language: English

Suitable for: Practicing gynecologists, trainees, fellows, residents, radiographers, sonographers, GPs and healthcare professionals providing ultrasound scans. 

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Why do this course?

This is an in-depth course exploring IOTA, adnexal masses and endometriosis. This course will bring together leading international faculty and provide a comprehensive overview of practice from around the world today and where the field is heading in the future. This course will bring you up to date with recent developments in IOTA and the classification of ovarian pathology and the use of ultrasound to scan women with possible endometriosis with a focus on deep endometriosis.

Course description

This is the on demand version of the pre-congress course in October 2023. It contains the following lectures:

  • IOTA terms and definitions – how should you describe an adnexal mass? - Chiara Landolfo (Italy)
  • Recognising and managing physiological cysts and using benign IOTA descriptors and Simple Rules - Jessica Preisler (Chile)
  • The IOTA ADNEX model, what are the variables and how well does it perform? - Tom Bourne (United Kingdom)
  • The IOTA two step strategy and the IOTA/ESGO/ESGE consensus approach to classifying masses - Dirk Timmerman (Belgium)
  • The imaging in gynaecology series: using pattern recognition to identify to typical features of the less common types of ovarian pathology - Antonia Testa (Italy)
  • Classifying ovarian masses and other pathology in children and adolescents - Maya Al-Memar (United Kingdom)
  • Learning from case examples using IOTA models to classify masses and masses in young women – the ovarian mass MDT - Antonia Testa (Italy)
  • The IDEA consensus – making sure we are all using the same nomenclature when describing endometriosis - Thierry van den Bosch (Belgium)
  • The imaging techniques for non-invasive diagnosis and classification of pelvic deep endometriosis - George Condous (Australia)
  • Linking the ultrasound appearances to the findings at surgery - Juan Luis Alcazar (Spain)
  • Learning from case examples from women with endometriosis - Luca Savelli (Italy)
  • [Video demonstration] How to look for deep endometriosis - Stefano Guerriero (Italy)
  • Diagnosing adenomyosis and using the MUSA classification to make sure we are speaking the same language - Luca Savelli (Italy)
  • Predicting parametrial endometriosis using ultrasound - Stefano Guerriero (Italy)
  • Superficial Endometriosis at Ultrasound Examination - Juan Luis Alcazar (Spain), Stefano Guerriero (Italy)

Learning objectives

  • Apply the IOTA simple rules to differentiate benign from malignant lesions
  • Implement IOTA ADNEX risk model to assess the risk of malignancy
  • Detect different adnexal malignant masses and describe their characteristics
  • Classify ovarian masses in children and adolescents, and assess the risk of malignancy
  • Perform a systematic ultrasound examination in women with known or suspected endometriosis
  • Use a common language to describe the location and features of endometriosis
  • Identify different areas/organs in the pelvis that might be affected by endometriosis
  • Describe ultrasound findings of adenomyosis using a standardised terminology

 

Prices

Prices for ISUOG members

ISUOG member  £70     
ISUOG member - with trainee/sonographer discount  £35
ISUOG member in middle-income setting  £35
ISUOG member in lower-resource setting  £10
 

Purchase this course as a member

Members receive a discounted price for this course.


Prices for ISUOG non-members*

Non-member £80   
Non-member - with trainee/sonographer discount  £40
Non-member in middle-income setting  £40
Non-member in lower-resource setting  £15

* Prices for non-members does NOT include ISUOG membership. Join as an ISUOG member first for discounted prices to our online training courses (allow 24 hours for systems to update).

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Trainees/residents and sonographers/radiographers

Proof of status: All trainees, residents, sonographers and radiographers will need to submit proof of their trainee, resident, sonographer or radiographer status by way of a letter from their Department or Institution. The letter must be in English and dated within the last 3 months and submitted by email to [email protected] along with the name of the course you wish to purchase.

Sonographer definition: A sonographer is a non-physician medical imaging professional who performs diagnostic medical sonography, or diagnostic ultrasound.

Trainee/resident definition: A trainee is a medical professional who is not yet fully qualified or practicing without supervision within their chosen specialty and in accordance with the relevant national regulatory authorities; a resident is in residency training which leads to specially or subspecialty) certification.

Low resource country discount

ISUOG's mission is to disseminate the highest quality education to the broadest audience. To support this aim, we have ensured that attendees from low resource countries have the lowest purchase costs. ISUOG's low resource country list can be viewed here https://www.research4life.org/access/eligibility/.

No other discounts can be used in conjunction with this rate. These rates will appear automatically in the ISUOG Academy based on your membership details, or registered details. Please make sure these details are up to date.

Middle income country discount

ISUOG's mission is to disseminate the highest quality education to the broadest audience. To support this aim, we have ensured that attendees from middle income countries have access to reduced purchase costs. ISUOG has identified the following countries whose economies fall within the middle income category as defined by the World Bank: American Samoa, Argentina, Brazil, Bulgaria, China, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic , India, Indonesia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Mexico, Philippines, Russia, Serbia, South Africa, Thailand, Turkey, Turkmenistan.

No other discounts can be used in conjunction with this rate. These rates will appear automatically in the ISUOG Academy based on your membership details, or registered details. Please make sure these details are up to date.

 

Further information

Accreditation and CME Credits

CME credits
The European Accreditation Council (EACCME) accredits this online course for Continuing Medical Education (CME). European CME credits (ECMEC®) will be awarded on successful completion of this course. Through an agreement between the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS) and the American Medical Association (AMA), physicians may convert EACCME credits to an equivalent number of AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Information on the process to convert EACCME credit to AMA credit can be found at www.ama-assn.org/go/internationalcme.

CME Subcommittee
The CME Subcommittee oversees the CME requirements for our CME accredited courses.

Conflict of Interest
No commercial support has been accepted related to the development or publication of this course. This course underwent peer review in line with the standards of editorial integrity and publication ethics maintained by the International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology (ISUOG). Conflicts of interest have been identified and resolved in accordance with EACCME guidelines.

You can find out how we adhere to the essential criteria for EACCME accreditation requirements here.

Technical Requirements

You can study on your phone, tablet or laptop. To participate and access this activity you will need a good internet connection and an up to date browser:

  • MS Internet Explorer 11 (Not including compatibility modes)
  • MS Edge
  • Mozilla Firefox version 60 Extended Support Release (ESR)
  • Google Chrome 73
  • Safari 10 auf OS X
  • Mobile Browser Android >4 and iOS > 9
  • Current versions of Adobe Reader plugin

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