47th Annual Greenbaum-Kremkau
Advanced Ultrasound Seminar: OB & GYN

Disney's Yacht & Beach Club Resorts | FL & Online
February 14 – 17, 2024

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Attend the OB & GYN Ultrasound Seminar Focused on Your Toughest Diagnostic Challenges

This highly anticipated event provides sonographers and physicians with cutting-edge content and the opportunity to earn up to 23 CME credits.

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47th Annual Greenbaum-Kremkau

Advanced Ultrasound Seminar: OB & GYN

Thursday, February 15–Saturday, February 17, 2024

Under the expert leadership of Course Directors Alfred Z. Abuhamad, MD, FAIUM, and Bryann Bromley, MD, FAIUM, this year's main seminar delves into the latest ultrasound principles, equipping you with knowledge and skills to:

  • Evaluate patients with endometriosis;
  • Identify adnexal masses;
  • Understand the normal and abnormal anatomy of the fetal heart;
  • Diagnose fetal CNS and renal anomalies; and
  • Improve first-trimester imaging of the fetal heart and brain;

Plus a variety of other topics to help you assess fetal growth, identify multiple pregnancies, and diagnose various gynecologic pathologies. Boost your learning with our "Case of the Day" deep dive and enrich your understanding through our dedicated daily Q&A session!

Pre-Seminar Learning Opportunities:

Wednesday, February 14, 2024


Principles of Sonography and Doppler Ultrasound | 7:30 am–12:15 pm
Gain a comprehensive understanding of the operating principles of sonography and master their diagnostic applications with enhanced expertise. Explore topics such as the conventional pulse-echo principle, the modern virtual beam-forming principle, and more. Your teacher, Frederick W. Kremkau, PhD, FAIUM, is a leading expert on the topic and author of the best-selling book Sonography Principles and Instruments, now in its 10th edition.

International Ovarian Tumor Analysis (IOTA) Certification Course | 1:00 pm–5:00 pm
The AIUM, in joint-providership with the International Ovarian Tumor Analysis (IOTA) group, is offering an official IOTA-certification course so participants can learn modern, state-of-the-art, ultrasound evaluation of adnexal masses. Leaders, Yvette Groszmann, MD, MPH, and Lauri Hochberg, MD, will focus on clinical and sonographic issues related to adnexal masses and ovarian cancer. Join us to gain in-depth knowledge, and advanced skills in the ultrasound evaluation of these conditions, allowing you to confidently diagnose and manage patients with adnexal masses using ultrasound as a valuable imaging tool.

Why Attend?

The 47th Annual Greenbaum-Kremkau Advanced Ultrasound Seminar: OB & GYN offers a unique blend of knowledge, networking, and learning for all attendees—whether you attend in-person or online.

Stay Current With Timely Topics: Each year, we curate the seminar's content to address cutting-edge subjects, highlight valuable tips and techniques to enhance patient care, and provide insights into critical aspects of ultrasound examinations.

Learn From World-Class Faculty: Led by esteemed past AIUM Presidents and other OB & GYN ultrasound experts, our presenters are readily accessible throughout the event to address your inquiries and share their expertise.

Attend Your Way: Can't make it in-person? No worries! You can register to attend online from your home or office. Online participants can view the lectures, actively engage in Q&A sessions with presenters, and earn the same number of CME credits.

Access On-Demand Content: Review important topics after the event. All attendees receive exclusive access to seminar recordings for 90 days, ensuring you can revisit valuable insights at your convenience.

Maximize Your Learning: Earn up to 23 credits; 14.5 CME credits for the main seminar; 4.5 CME credits for the Principles of Sonography and Doppler Ultrasound and 4 CME credits for the International Ovarian Tumor Analysis (IOTA) Certification Course.

Explore Exhibits & Network: Engage with leading industry partners, get answers to your questions, and check out the latest ultrasound equipment for OB & GYN professionals.

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