For #WorldCancerDay, we have opened lectures from the ISUOG2018 workshop ‘Using Ultrasound to help manage a patient with a possible gynaecological malignancy’ to all current ISUOG members until Friday 8th February. Other ISUOG2018 lectures remain restricted to delegates from the Singapore Congress until April 2019 when they will be opened to all ISUOG members. Login and start watching!
There are four recordings from this workship, available to ISUOG members this week:
- Imaging metastatic disease to and from the ovary by Prof. Daniela Fischerova
- The ultrasound features of some of the more rare adnexal masses: including solid ovarian lesions by Prof. Lil Valentin
- How to use ultrasound to determine the extent of cervical and endometrial cancer: practical advice and case examples by Dr Elisabeth Epstein
- What's in a papillation: what is the relevance of cyst wall irregularities and solid projections into ovarian cyst? Are they always a concern for malignancy? by Dr Chiara Landolfo