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How to Perform and Interpret First-Trimester 3D Ultrasound Using Crystal Vue™: From Embryology to Machine Set-up
Speakers: Bernadette de Bakker, MD, PhD, Marieke Buijtendijk, MD, PhD candidate, and Harsha Shah, MA, MBBS

Moderator: Tom Bourne PhD, FRCOG, FAIUM (hon)

After watching this collaborative activity with Samsung, you should be able to:

- Explain embryonic development and its application to first-trimester 3D ultrasound imaging;
- Interpret first-trimester 3D ultrasound volumes with Crystal Vue™;
- Manipulate 3D volumes and optimize rendering settings; and
- Navigate and use the 3D Ultrasound Atlas of Development website.

This program is a non-CME educational activity and will not be recorded.

Feb 25, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Bernadette de Bakker, MD, PhD
Assistant professor in Human Embryology and Fetal Anatomy @Dept. of Medical Biology, section Clinical Anatomy & Embryology - Amsterdam University Medical Center, University of Amsterdam
Dr. Bernadette de Bakker works as a researcher and lecturer in human embryology at the anatomy department in the Amsterdam UMC (AMC, University of Amsterdam), the faculty where she studied medicine. In 2016, she published the "3D Atlas of Human Embryology" in Science. With an army of almost 80 (bio)medical students, who invested 45,000 hours of their time, she managed to manually reconstruct up to 150 organs and structures in 34 human embryos. Based on this resource covering the first 10 weeks of pregnancy, she discovered multiple new things considering our own development. The 3D models of all human embryos were made available for free through the website http://www.3dembryoatlas.com. This 3D atlas is used in over 60 countries to teach human embryology. Bernadette’s current research focuses on fetal developmental anatomy and the detection of congenital malformations early in pregnancy, by using state-of-the-art 3D-imaging techniques such as Micro-CT, 7T-MRI, and 3D ultrasound.
Marieke Buijtendijk, MD, PhD
@Clinical Anatomy and Embryology Amsterdam UMC
Harsha Shah, MD, MA, MBBS
Obstetrics and Gynecology Specialty Registrar, PhD Research Fellow @Imperial College NHS Trust, Imperial College London
Harsha qualified in medicine and surgery in 2011 and holds degrees from both the University of Cambridge (MA) and Imperial College London (MBBS). Alongside working as a specialty registrar in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, she is currently completing her doctoral research (PhD) at Imperial College London in the use of novel 3D imaging in the first trimester. Harsha was the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) North West Thames Trainee Representative from 2014- 2018 during which time she was responsible for chairing local committee meetings, providing peer-support to doctors in difficulty, and liaising closely with deanery senior management. As the RCOG Junior Careers Advisor (2014-2018), she was responsible for organizing the RCOG Careers Days and identifying areas to improve specialty recruitment and retention. Harsha has developed a keen interest in issues affecting trainees, in particular burnout and wellbeing, and continues to undertake research in this area.