Ultrasound learning cases are compiled in sets of software packages according to topic. Education Modules are currently available for Abdomen, Obstetrics, Gynecology, Transvaginal Gynecology, Transvaginal Obstetrics, Breast, Vascular – Carotid, Neck – Thyroid, and Emergency Medicine – FAST, Biliary, Pelvic, Abdominal Aorta.
The medical content of these modules was developed under the supervision of medical centers from Israel and the USA which include: Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, USA; University of Michigan Medical Center, USA; Meir Medical Center and Sharei-Zedek Medical Center, Israel.
This is the first in a series of three modules. Module 1 is a collection of 40 clinical cases demonstrating ultrasound imaging of the abdomen, including the liver, biliary system, pancreas, spleen and kidneys. These cases demonstrate normal anatomy, anatomical variants and basic pathologies.
The second Module is a collection of abdominal modules with 30 clinical cases of anatomy and pathology of the liver, biliary system and pancreas. Emphasis is placed on the identification of the pathologies.
The third module is a collection of 31 clinical cases focusing on the lower pelvis. A wide range of normal and pathological conditions are demonstrated containing the kidneys, bladder, ureters and prostate. This module is appropriate for both introductory and experienced users.
The first module is a collection of 28 clinical cases which demonstrate transabdominal evaluation of a pregnant woman in all trimesters. The cases include normal pregnancies as well as various fetal anomalies.
The second module takes a fresh approach to simulation based interactive learning. Intended for UltraSim users with previous clinical obstetrical ultrasound experience, it is designed to help improve critical thinking in case interpretation and provide significant exposure to common sonographic imaging pitfalls and how to avoid them.
This module is a collection of 30 clinical cases demonstrating transabdominal examination of the uterus and ovaries. The cases include examples of normal anatomy, anatomical variants and basic pathologies.
The first module is a collection of 30 cases demonstrating transvaginal examination of the uterus and ovaries. The cases provide examples of normal anatomy, anatomical variants and basic pathologies.
The second module is a collection of 30 cases demonstrating transvaginal evaluation of a pregnant woman in the 1st and 2nd trimesters. The cases include normal pregnancies as well as various fetal anomalies.
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The module is a collection of 30 cases demonstrating examination of the breast. The cases provide examples of normal anatomy, anatomical variants and basic pathologies, including cysts, fibroadenomas, malignancies, abscesses and fat necrosis.
The module is a first in a series of modules to demonstrate general principles of Color Doppler ultrasound. The UltraSim® operates in full triplex mode with all the functions of today’s ultrasound system. Cases are taken from the arteries of the neck, carotids and vertebral.
This module uses the Multi-Volume loading functionality which enables expanded presentation of the anatomy. Included in this module are 16 challenging cases focusing on the student’s/resident’s ability to practice various scanning techniques. This will enable the student/resident to identify normal and abnormal thyroid tissue, evaluate relational anatomy and understand pattern recognition commonly encountered in thyroid disease. This module is suitable for both introductory and experienced users.
FAST – This is the first in a series of four modules, which incorporates MedSim’s Multi-Volume loading functionality. Multi-Volume loads multiple ultrasound data volumes for each case, providing expanded presentation of the anatomy. This functionality enhances the ability to conduct more complete examinations and improves the educational experience. The FAST Module consists of 2 CDs of which the first CD contains 10 cases each providing sequential scanning of the: Epigastrium, Right Upper Quadrant, Left Upper Quadrant and Pelvis. Each case simulates a complete clinical experience including Patient History and Physical Examination Data. The second CD contains additional learning tasks, which require the user to scan potential fluid collection areas. Included in this CD are Reference Images with Annotations, Sonographic Summaries and Discussions prepared by experts in the field.
The second module is a collection of 28 clinical cases with learning tasks and educational information. The Module demonstrates normal anatomy and normal variants as well as common biliary tree abnormalities.
This module is a collection of 30 OB/GYN clinical cases mostly transvaginal with several transabdominal cases.
The fourth module is a collection of 11 cases.