Ultrasound diagnosis of thyroid diseases (36 hours)

Relevance. Recently, in the process of improving and developing ultrasound equipment, the approach to the echographic assessment of superficially located organs, in particular the thyroid gland, has changed.  The study became complex when the B-mode was combined with color and spectral Doppler scanning, which allows, in addition to assessing the echostructure of the thyroid gland and detecting formations, to detect and register normal as well as pathological blood flow in the organ under study. Currently, ultrasound (ultrasound) is the most common method of imaging the thyroid gland. In modern diagnostic search algorithms for thyroid diseases, if any thyroid pathology is suspected, and at any age, the clinician chooses this highly informative method after examining the patient. Ultrasound is legally chosen as the leading one for dynamic assessment of the thyroid gland at different stages of therapeutic treatment, after surgical and radiation interventions, with lifelong dispensary observation for early detection of the threat of relapse of the disease after its cure.

Within the framework of the doctors program:

  1. They will study the possibilities of the ultrasound method of investigation in the diagnosis of thyroid diseases
  2. Master the skills of ultrasound examination of the thyroid gland
  3. They will study the ultrasound semiotics of diseases and complications of these diseases
  4. They will master ultrasound monitoring of the course of these diseases against the background of ongoing therapy

Internship base: department of Ultrasound Diagnostics of the State Medical Institution of the Moscow State Scientific Research Center named after A. S. Loginov DZM
Internship Supervisor: candidate of Medical SciencesStepanova E. A., doctor of the Department of Ultrasound Diagnostics of the Moscow State Medical Center named after A. S. Loginov DZM.

GBUZ Moscow Clinical Scientific Center named after Loginov MHD