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Learning objectives

This course will provide to the participants the basic information on the clinical and surgical applications of the actual 2D-3D transvaginal ultrasound (TVS) and MRI to adequately manage the most frequent gynecologic pathologies.
Imaging is now able to assess every accurately the pelvic organs and to identify the presence and extent of gynecologic pathology prior to the most indicated surgical or medical treatment.
The participants will learn how to evaluate by TVS intrauterine pathology, such as polyps, submucosal fibroids, adhesions, and congenital anomalies and to understand how their diagnostic appearance will lead to different surgical approaches.
They will learn how to best visualize uterine fibroids, distinguish them from adenomyosis and subsequent treatment.
Great emphasis will be given to learn how to assess ovarian pathology, functional versus pathologic cyst, benign versus malignant tumors and how ultrasound findings can best prepare the gynecologic surgeons for a more complete surgery.
Especially the management of Deep Infiltrative Endometriosis (DIE) on the basis of TVS and MRI findings will be discussed.


Thursday 28th November 2019: 09:30 – 20:00

Friday 29th November 2019: 08:30 – 19:00


Espace Chaptal 23-25 rue Chaptal, Paris


  • Margit Dueholm Diagnosis deep infiltrating endometriosis (DIE): MRI evaluation
  • Caterina Exacoustos Diagnosis deep infiltrating endometriosis (DIE): Ultrasound staging
  • Stefano Guerriero Endometrioma ultrasound features and cancer risk
  • Davor Jurkovic Ultrasound features of malignant adnexal pathologies
  • Dirk Timmerman Managing ovarian masses: how to classify masses using IOTA terminology, rules and models
  • Antoine Watrelot Treatment of endometriosis and role of imaging
  • Andrea Genazzani Management of PCO: role of imaging
  • Michelle Nisolle Laparoscopic treatment of adnexal masses: difficulties and complications. Role of imaging in pre-surgical work up
  • Caterina Exacoustos 2D and 3D Ultrasound evaluation of the ovary and criteria to diagnose PCO
  • Margit Dueholm MRI criteria of adenomyosis
  • Caterina Exacoustos US criteria to diagnose uterine congenital anomalies
  • Stephan Gordts Hysteroscopic assessment in infertile patients: the interest of uterine cavity and tubal imaging before surgery
  • Stephan Gordts Histological classifications of adenomyosis and the interest of adenomyosis imaging before surgery Davor Jurkovic Evaluation of the endometrial cavity using 2D and 3D TVS to diagnose polyps, fibroids, adhesions or other intracavitary pathology
  • Stefano Guerriero Leiomyomas: ultrasound features associate to benign or malignant lesions
  • Lucia Lazzieri Evaluation of the tube and tubal patency
  • Isabelle Thomassin Naggara Are there MRI features to diagnose atypical uterine myomas?
  • Michelle Nisolle The interest of myomas imaging before surgery
  • Dirk Timmerman The interest of myomas imaging before surgery

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