Course Code: 
BMR 3211
Course Credit Units: 
Semester 2
Year of Study: 
Year 3
Undergraduate or Graduate Level: 
Undergraduate Level
Course Discipline: 
Course Description & Objectives: 

This is a comprehensive course in the basic fundamentals of ultrasound physics, routine scan protocols for performing trans abdominal and transvaginal obstetrical ultrasound, recognition of normal fetal anatomy, 1st trimester, 2nd trimester, 3rd trimester - GI, GU, CNS, skeletal, cardiac, face, thorax, applying calipers and known landmarks for measuring fetal parameters, amniotic fluid, normal and abnormal placental anatomy, evaluate placenta position and grade, sonography of the multiple gestation, and review 1st trimester unsuccessful pregnancies and sonographic findings of common abnormal fetal pathology. It also involves review of normal gynecological anatomy and physiology (uterus, ovaries), uterine and ovarian pathology, identifies normal sonographic anatomy of the uterus and ovaries, describes routine scan protocols, and measurements for performing transabdominal and transvaginal gynecological ultrasound, normal and abnormal imaging characteristics of ovarian and uterine pathology as well as Doppler ultrasound in Obstetrics and gynaecology.

Learning Outcomes: 

By the end of the 5 weeks, the student should be able to: 1. Explain the principles and physics of ultrasound.2. Describe the use of ultrasound to establish dating criteria in pregnancy.3. Demonstrate  ability to use ultrasound  to find the structures  reported on 1st through 3rd trimester obstetric examinations.4. Identify the normal anatomy that can be seen on obstetric ultrasound.5. Identify abnormalities in obstetrics at ultrasound6. Describe the sonographic findings and implications of the more commonly noted fetal anomalies seen during an obstetric ultrasound.7. Appreciate the components of fetal well-being noted by ultrasound.8. Understand the utility of Doppler ultrasound and its uses during in obstetrics and gynaecology.9. Review literature appropriate for the obstetrical, medical or surgical conditions of the patient and fetus.10. Demonstrate ability to methodically perform obstetrical ultrasound scan protocol.11. Identify the cross sectional and sonographic anatomy of the female pelvis.12. Review gynecological physiology and pathology.13. Demonstrate ability to carry out gynecological ultrasound.14. Identify gynaecological abnormalities at ultrasound.15. Demonstrate good professional behaviour towards patients Expected outcomes/Competences1.   Ability to carry out comprehensive obstetric and gynaecological ultrasound.2.   Ability to interpret the findings3.   Ability to write reports4.   Demonstration of professionalism when handling patients

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