THIS SYMPOSIUM WILL BE POSTPONED TO AN UNSPECIFIED DATE DUE TO COVID19 GUIDELINES. IF YOU WANT TO ENSURE YOUR REGISTRATION YET, IT IS POSSIBLE BUT WE ADVISE TO WAIT UNTIL FURTHER INFORMATION IS RELEASED.
4th of May 2020, 9h00-17h00
Discovering, in detail, anatomy in motion of the pelvic floor and pelvic organs during live scan sessions
Prof. HP Dietz gives an overview of different techniques of imaging in urogynecology, followed by a detailed teaching about the possibilities of pelvic floor ultrasound to assess anatomy and function of the anterior compartment (urethra and bladder), the central compartment (the vagina, vault and uterus) and the posterior compartment (rectal ampulla, anal canal, anal sphincter).
The imaging of the pelvic floor muscles and its integrity (levator ani avulsions, hiatal ballooning) and the visualization of slings and meshes (pre-op versus postop assessment) will be discussed extensively.
- Anterior and central compartments
- Posterior compartment and anal sphincter
- Slings and meshes
- Birth trauma: anal sphincter defects and levator avulsion
Live demonstrations of 3D/4D dynamic pelvic floor ultrasound.
Light lunch will be provided.
Women’s Pelvic Health Antwerp (ASTARC)
Dean Prof. dr. G. Hubens, UAntwerpen, UZA
dr. H. Neels , UAntwerpen, UZA
Prof. dr. Y. Jacquemyn, UAntwerpen, UZA
Prof. Dr. De Wachter, UAntwerpen, UZA
Prof. dr. J. Deprest, KULeuven, UZLeuven
University of Antwerp, Campus Drie Eiken (Universiteitsplein 1, 2610 Antwerp)
Free car park: Parking 2
Preregistration is possible here.
- Preregistration normal price = € 80
- Preregistration for students = € 50
Registration is valid after subscription via the link and fee transfer mentioning “21GOG02cursusdietz” and name.
Registration on site costs € 100.
Accreditatie “Ethiek en Economie” in request.
Trainees and specialists in Gynaecology and Urology, Gastro-enterology, Abdominal Surgery; Physiotherapists, Midwifes and nurses, with special interest are welcome.
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