Abdominal Ultrasound Registry Review Online Course is designed to provide a comprehensive review of the information required to successfully pass the ARDMS or ASRT abdomen ultrasound registry examination.
- Abdominal and Pelvic Anatomy and Vasculature
- Liver Anatomy & Pathology
- The Gallbladder: Putting the Pieces Together
- The Bile Ducts
- Trauma Ultrasound
- Pancreas Anatomy & Pathology
- Spleen Sonography
- Renal Anatomy & Pathology
- Superficial Structures, GI Tract, and Neonatal Hips- Two Parts
- Multiple Mock Exams
- Increase the participants’ knowledge to better perform diagnostic ultrasound examinations.
- Apply knowledge of the abdominal cross-sectional anatomy, scan protocols, laboratory values and routine measurements associated with the abdominal ultrasound examination.
- Recognize normal imaging characteristics of the liver, gallbladder, pancreas, spleen, kidneys, adrenals and abdominal vasculature.
- Integrate imaging characteristics of commonly seen pathology associated with the liver, gallbladder, pancreas, spleen, kidneys, retroperitoneum, and abdominal vasculature.
- Differentiate normal and abnormal sonographic characteristics associated with evaluation of superficial structures such as thyroid, testes & scrotum and some basic musculoskeletal structures.
- Integrate universal precautions and proper infection control into standardized imaging protocols & state the sonographer’s role during interventional procedures.
- Identify areas of weakness that require additional self-study to successful pass your ultrasound board examination offered by ARDMS, CCI or ARRT.