|Giuseppe Rizzo||Francesco D’Antonio||Daniele Di Mascio|
Saturday, June 19 – 10:00 CEST
Giuseppe Rizzo – Francesco D’Antonio – Daniele Di Mascio
10:10 Scan demo: normal anatomy of the posterior fossa and the use of 3D
10:30 Dandy walker malformation spectrum disorders
Waldo Sepulveda, Santiago (Chile)
10:50 Increased cisterna magna fluid collection not related to DWM: differential diagnosis and prognosis
Francesco D’Antonio, Chieti (Italy)
11:10 The role of 3D in the study of fetal CNS
Giuseppe Rizzo, Rome (Italy)
11:30 General discussion
12:00 End of Part III
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Central nervous system malformations are among the most common structural anomalies diagnosed on prenatal ultrasound. With leading experts from around the world, this online training in advanced fetal neurology will focus on theoretical and practical aspects on the diagnosis and management of brain anomalies.
The course is designed for fetal-medicine specialists, radiologists and trainees with special interest in the field of fetal and perinatal neurology.
The course is composed of four different sessions, each focused on peculiar fetal brain anomalies and consisting in online lectures and ultrasound hands-on demonstrations.
Course material includes:
1. PART I: Ventricular and periventricular zone
2. PART II: Midline anomalies
3. PART III: Posterior fossa anomalies and supra-tentorial cystic lesions
4. PART IV: Cortical anomalies and fetal infections
The online training is intended as a single course divided into four sessions: each part focuses on a specific anatomic feature of the fetal brain.
While we recommend to attend the whole training programme, each session is set as an independent webinar you can register in for free by clicking on the ISCRIVITI button here below.
A certificate of attendance will be released for each session.
English is the official language.
The session will be held as a webinar for a maximum of 500 attendees.
Register for free by clicking the button below
Symposia Organizzazione Congressi Srl
Piazza Campetto 2/8 – 16123 Genova
Tel. 010 255146 r.a. – Fax 010 2770565