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Image Interpretation - Vascular Ultrasound: Lower Limb for DVT

Image Interpretation - Vascular Ultrasound: Lower Limb for DVT

Image Interpretation - Vascular Ultrasound: Lower Limb for DVT

Borsha Sarker
Borsha Sarker
on behalf of Health Education England

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Launch date: 23 Jul 2018
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Last updated: 08 Aug 2018

Reference: 191140

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This session considers the sonographic appearances of the lower limb deep veins. There will be an overview of normal anatomy and common abnormal findings. Tips on technique, avoiding pitfalls and report writing will be offered.


By the end of this session you will be able to:
• Identify normal deep venous anatomy of the leg and common variants
• Describe the equipment required for high quality imaging of the deep veins
• Describe basic scan technique to exclude deep venous thrombosis in the leg and the advantages, limitations and pitfalls of this technique
• Identify common pathologies related to the symptomatic lower limb and the role of ultrasound in the diagnostic pathway
• Compare your reporting style with our suggested style
Borsha Sarker

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Borsha Sarker
on behalf of Health Education England

Clinical Specialist and Director, gECHO Ultrasound Solutions Ltd

Borsha has a long history and enthusiasm for training staff in medical ultrasound, with past university involvement at Teesside and Sheffield. She recently started her own company (gECHO Ultrasound Solutions) to offer practical training and support in the workplace and now works part-time at various sites.

In 2005 she won the British Medical Ultrasound Society (BMUS) travelling scholarship to work in the Emergency Department in Liverpool, Sydney and subsequently developed an overview role as Principal Radiographer for Trust-wide ultrasound, as well as Vascular Lead, training a range of clinical specialities.

Borsha has been an elected member of the United Kingdom Association of Sonographers (UKAS) and BMUS Council and was Chair of the Scientific Organising Committee for the BMUS 2013 Annual Scientific Meeting.

Borsha was the Clinical Lead for Vascular Ultrasound from 1997-2016 at the QE Hospital in Gateshead.

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  • Health Education England
  • 0.50 Units -
    Exam Pass Rate: 60

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