Center For Applied Learning
Winston Salem , NC 27157 Location map
Wake Forest School of Medicine
The Neurovascular Interpretation course is designed for attendees to interpret at least 200 neurovascular ultrasound cases (100 carotid and 100 TCD studies) in a supervised environment. Cases will be presented using video, electronic images, or other hard copy results, from which attendees will create a preliminary interpretation. The findings will be discussed, and when possible, compared with the clinical reading. Some unknown cases will be reviewed and submitted for critique. Prior completion of the Neurovascular Ultrasound course (or its equivalent) including hands-on and practical interpretation experience is strongly encouraged.
Charles H. Tegeler IV, MD, Director
- At the conclusion of this continuing medical education activity, the participant should be better able to:
- Discuss criteria for the interpretation of carotid duplex and transcranial Doppler ultrasound studies.
- Discuss the descriptors of plaque features used for interpretation of B-mode imaging data on carotid duplex ultrasonography.
- Create a preliminary interpretation of carotid duplex and transcranial Doppler ultrasound examinations.
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