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Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Course

Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Course

Ultrasound workshop returns during SCR’21

Following the great success of the previous editions, the famous Ultrasound Course returns with two workshops during SCR’21. These workshops aim to provide advanced education to radiologists in training as well as to senior radiologists.

Each workshop consists of four working stations where different topics can be learnt hands-on. The content of the morning workshop and of the afternoon workshop is similar. The topics were chosen based on clinical relevance as well as emerging fields such as nerve ultrasound. Participants will be divided into four groups and will pass all working stations.

Please note that places are limited (24 places for the morning course and 24 places for the afternoon course)!

Thursday, June 24, 2021

A course is offered in the morning and an identical course is offered again in the afternoon.

Morning course: 10:30-13:30

Moderator: PD Dr. Joachim Hohmann

Tutors:

  • Shoulder: Dr. Anna Falkowski, Dr. Thomas Chlibec
  • Hip & Achilles tendon: Dr. med. Gertrud Remsei, Dr. med. Daniel Guntern
  • Rheumatism: Dr. Anika Hansmann
  • Peripheral nerve ultrasound: Dr. Balázs Krisztián Kovács, Dr. Ludwig Schelosky

Afternoon course: 15:00-18:00

Moderator: PD Dr. Joachim Hohmann

Tutors:

  • Shoulder: Dr. Anna Falkowski, Dr. Thomas Chlibec
  • Hip & Achilles tendon: Dr. med. Gertrud Remsei, Dr. med. Daniel Guntern
  • Rheumatism: Dr. Patrick Omoumi, Dr. Andrea Rosskopf
  • Peripheral nerve ultrasound: Dr. Balázs Krisztián Kovács, Dr. Ludwig Schelosky

Radiologists in training as well as senior radiologist.

CHF 160.00

Please note that it is necessary to register for the congress in order to attend the Ultrasound Course.

Participants shall subscribe for either the morning or the afternoon course.

Online registration will open early February 2021.

Each participant will receive a certificate of attendance.

Each Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Course is accredited by SGR-SSR with 4 CME points (Category 1)

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