Adnexal Masses: Distinguishing Benign and Malignant
After viewing this video, learners will have a better understanding of recent improvements in the sonographic detection of ovarian cancer; first international report and guidelines on adnexal masses; and rare and unusual adnexal masses (both ovarian and non-ovarian). This product includes 3 presentations:
* Recent Improvements in the Sonographic Detection of Ovarian Cancer by Arthur Fleischer, MD
* Adnexal Masses: Consensus Statement and Guidelines by Phyllis Glanc, MD
* Rare and Unusual Adnexal Masses: Recognizing Less Common Tumors by Misty Blanchette Porter, MD
CME credit for this video program is available through June 1, 2021. This video is eligible for 1.75 CME credits. The CME test for this video is available here: aium.org/cme/testsVideo.aspx. Just look for the title of this video. AIUM members can take and submit this test for $10. Nonmembers will pay $35 (sonographer/nonphysician) or $70 (physician).
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|2.||Recent Improvements in the Sonographic Detection of Ovarian Cancer||28:47|
|3.||Adnexal Masses: Consensus Statement and Guidelines||29:34|
|4.||Rare and Unusual Adnexal Masses: Recognizing Less Common Tumors||29:54|