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  • Lumps and Bumps (notes attached)

    We are often asked to scan miscellaneous lumps and bumps with ultrasound, and it can be a challenging area to arrive at the correct answer. There are times when we can only describe the area in terms of its ultrasound characteristics and other times when we can make a definitive diagnosis. (Duration = 90 Minutes)

  • Carotid Ultrasound (notes attached)

    This webinar explores the common and sometimes challenging carotid Doppler vascular ultrasound examination. (Duration = 90 minutes)

  • TiRads

    Remember a time before TiRads when thyroid ultrasound scans were fun and quick. Now I would rather do a set of twins anatomy scan than a thyroid! TiRads is actually a pretty good system, but there are some interesting quirks and contradictions in the system that can make it cumbersome and confusing. This webinar attempts…

  • Bowel Ultrasound

    This presentation explores ultrasound assessment of the bowel. The bowel has traditionally been the enemy of the abdominal ultrasound scan as it gets in the way of satisfactory assessment of the visceral organs. These days however the bowel is an integral component of an abdomen assessment. This presentation looks at appendicitis, inflammatory bowel disease, diverticulitis,…

  • Neck Ultrasound

    This webinar looks at a range of interesting neck pathology. It begins with a review of AJCC cervical lymph node levels and then moves on to parathyroid adenoma assessment. It then explores a wide range of miscellaneous and interesting neck pathologies including congenital cysts. The miscellaneous cases include fibromatosis lesions, panniculitis, retropharangeal collections and several…

  • Abdominal Ultrasound

    This webinar takes a look, at one of the most common, but most challenging of ultrasound examinations; the upper abdomen scan. I discuss some of the more interesting aspects of abdominal ultrasound and show some lovely case examples of pathology. I intend to follow this presentation with a series of organ specific webinars exploring the…

  • A Tale of Two Muscles

    This presentation is a live lecture recording of a casual Monday evening CPD meeting at Perth Radiological Clinics in Western Australia. (Duration = 53 Mins)

  • My Shoulder Doesn’t Move

    This presentation “My Shoulder Doesn’t Move” was recorded during a live meeting as part of the Perth Radiological Clinics ultrasound CPD program. (Duration = 52 Mins)

  • What is that fat in the canal

    This presentation “What is that fat in the canal” was recorded during a live meeting as part of the Perth Radiological Clinics ultrasound CPD program. Being live on an evening weeknight after work, it is a candid presentation exploring the fact that not all fat found in the inguinal canal represents an inguinal hernia. There…

  • A fresh look at ankle and foot traumatic injuries

    This presentation takes a fresh look at traumatic ankle and foot injuries. It considers the concept of energy dissipation and describes five common patterns of injury which will change the way you think about post traumatic ankle ultrasound examinations. (Duration = 11 Mins)

  • Who turned the lights out

    This presentation explores assessment of the biceps, supraspinatus, infraspinatus and teres minor muscle bellies as part of a standard rotator cuff ultrasound assessment. It explores a variety of reasons for muscle atrophy and patterns of atrophy that will lead to the correct diagnosis. (Duration = 23 Mins)

  • Curtains and pogo sticks, the search for fetal heart septal defects

    This presentation explores a couple of interesting ultrasound techniques and observations that have come to me while scanning fetal hearts. I hope you find my observations helpful and they add another layer of expertise to your fetal heart assessment routine. (Duration = 17 Mins)


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