Eligible Subject: "Ultrasound Anatomy- Internal Organs"
This subject is intended to enrich students with in depth practical skills and knowledge of the applied clinical anatomy. The course will be in the form of practical practice on basic ultrasound anatomy of the internal organs.
Conditions for enrollments:
Recommended for 2nd to 6th year students
The level of depth and amount of clinical cases will be adjusted based on the class of the students in each group.
*Note: The subject will be offered twice per year. Only students whom passed both Anatomy and Cross-Sectional Anatomy successfully can ONLY enroll! Limited capacity of 5 due to essential on-hand-practice. Students will be divided into groups of suitable schedule sessions.
Registration by email: *For applying: contact MUDr. Azzat Al-Redouan.
Aim of the course
The aim of this subject is to deliver interactive practical knowledge of the complexity of ultrasound anatomy. This knowledge is essential foundation for the clinical practice in interpreting radiological images.
Credits requirements: (1 semester course - 3 credits)
- Full attendance.
- Credit test composed of: 1) Labeling structures on ultrasound images. 2) Demonstrating selected organ practically on the ultrasound.
The course will take place on a weekly basis of 2 hours in 6 sessions.
Time (*Tentative): Fridays- will be arranged and announced
Winter Semester - 2nd week to the 6th week
Summer Semester - 2nd week to the 6th week
- Neck (Thyroid gland, submandibular gland, carotid artery and jugular veins).
- Echocardiograph (heart, aortic outflow).
- Abdomen I. (Liver, portal vein, gallbladder and biliary tree, spleen).
- Abdomen II. (Stomach, pancreas duodenum, colon and ileocecal junction).
- Abdomen III. (Kidneys and retroperitoneum large vessels).
- Pelvic organs (Urinary bladder; Female- uterus, ovaries; Male- Prostate and vesical glands).
Loukas, M., Burns, D. Essential Ultrasound Anatomy. Wolters Kluwer.
Berthold Block. Color Atlas of Ultrasound Anatomy. Thieme.