Trains local doctors in developing nations in radiology to save lives.
You are invited to register for our next free monthly RABinar on Wednesday May 5, 2021 7:00 PM AEST where Dr Darrilyn Greenberg, will present:-
Ovarian Cysts: A practical approach for everyday
This talk will outline an approach to ovarian cysts including the latest reporting advice and classification as well as providing an easy to follow management / follow up protocol. At the end of the talk the general radiologist will find him/herself well armed with an approach which is easy to introduce and follow.
You can view all our past lectures through our website here.
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Radiology Across Borders Will always provide these teleconferences for free but we would hope you will show your appreciation by following the charity on our linked in page, particular those who are attending from developed nations please click on the link bellow to start followings.
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During these challenging times, we are appreciative of all of our sponsors/partners for their ongoing support, particularly our major sponsors Siemens Healthineers, I-Med Radiology Network and The Australasian Sonographers Association (ASA)
Suresh de Silva, Catherine Mandel, George Koulouris and Trent Rosen
In Auckland Darrilyn helped set up the Breast Screening Program (BreastScreen Aotearoa), working as the lead clinical radiologist during the set up phase and setting many of the clinical protocols.
She travelled over New Zealand overseeing the clinical assessment clinics She became recognised as an expert in breast imaging. She was also involved in a specialist Women’s Imaging Practice in Hamilton. After 10 years in New Zealand Darrilyn moved to Sydney and has been working at Connect Radiololgy for the past five years. She is an editor of the Woman's imaging section of the Australian and New Zealand Radiology Journal (JMIRO) .
Darrilyn’s radiological skills and interests include breast imaging and intervention, women’s imaging, body imaging, interventional procedures and musculoskeletal injections, ultrasound and MRI.
Gynaecological ultrasound is the mainstay of general practice and the radiologist in general practice is faced by a variety of ovarian cysts at almost all studies. Yet the reporting and management is haphazard and non uniform and often leads to overservicing. This talk will outline an approach to ovarian cysts including the latest reporting advice and classification as well as providing an easy to follow management / follow up protocol. At the end of the talk the general radiologist will find him/herself well armed with an approach which is easy to introduce and follow.
If you would like to attend this free educational RABinar on the 24th June at 7pm AEDT please pre register here.