Advanced Gynecologic Ultrasound: Adnexal Masses and Endometriosis

June 10–11, 2023
AIUM Education Center,
Laurel, MD, and Virtual


Focused on clinical and sonographic issues related to adnexal masses and ovarian cancer, this course will provide you with in-depth knowledge, and advanced skills in the ultrasound evaluation of these conditions, allowing you to confidently diagnose and manage patients with adnexal masses and endometriosis using ultrasound as a valuable imaging tool.

The AIUM, in joint-providership with the International Ovarian Tumor Analysis group (IOTA), is offering an official IOTA-certification course so participants can learn modern, state-of-the-art, ultrasound evaluation of adnexal masses. The course also features advanced techniques to evaluate patients with presumed endometriosis.

This course is for you




Sonographers and
Ultrasound Students




Minimally Invasive
GYN Surgery Specialists


Family Medicine


Medical Students, Residents, & Fellows
with gynecologic imaging interest


All Women's Health Practitioners

Letter from Directors

Dear Colleagues,

We are writing to you today to share our enthusiasm for the upcoming Advanced Gynecologic Imaging course being held at the AIUM headquarters in Laurel, Maryland, on June 10–11 and to encourage you to consider attending.

This 1.5-day course is the first of its kind in the United States, hosted by the AIUM who is partnering with the International Ovarian Tumor Analysis group (IOTA). The IOTA group is a multidisciplinary research group, based in Leuven, Belgium, that has collaborated with more than 50 centers all over the world. They have the largest cohort to date of patients with adnexal masses and have hosted a multitude of evidence-based projects to describe and classify adnexal masses as benign or malignant prior to surgery. Saturday will be dedicated to the advanced ultrasound evaluation of adnexal masses using IOTA and ORADS models.

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The latest ultrasound principles to help you:

  • Evaluate an adnexal mass using IOTA and O-RADS models.
  • Obtain IOTA certification (upon passing the exam).
  • Use transvaginal ultrasound to discriminate between benign and malignant tumors.
  • Learn new techniques to evaluate patients with presumed endometriosis and or adenomyosis.
  • Identify deep endometriosis to aid in surgical planning with live scanning