How to Perform a Detailed Anatomic Ultrasound Examination in the First Trimester
This video provides an overview of anatomy that can be visualized during a detailed first-trimester sonogram. Fetal biometry acquired during the 11-14 week evaluation is demonstrated. A focus on screening markers, including those seen in the mid-sagittal plane, are evaluated. Precautions regarding ultrasound safety are also discussed.

Upon completion of this activity, participants should be able to: *Carry out a systematic evaluation of the fetus in the first trimester; * Interpret an 11-14 week anatomic assessment; * Determine the value of the mid-sagittal view of the fetus; * List the latest markers that may be utilized to screen for various structural abnormalities at 11-14 weeks; and * Recite the limitations and safety concerns of assessment at 11-14 weeks.

The AIUM designates this enduring material activity for .5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Credits accepted by the ARDMS and as ARRT Category A Credits.

CME credits for this video program are available through December 1, 2022.

This product will be mailed on an external jump drive. It is also available for purchase as a streaming video.

Preview an excerpt of this video here.

The online CME test is free for AIUM members, $60 for nonmember physicians, and $30 for nonmember sonographers and nonphysicians.

Playing time: 27 minutes
Member: $75.00 / Nonmember: $75.00
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