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Small Parts (Thyroid and Scrotum)

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A Diploma in Small Parts Ultrasound Course at IMS (Iqramed Academy) is a specialized program that
trains students in the use of ultrasound technology to diagnose and treat disorders of the small parts
of the body. These include organs and tissues such as the thyroid gland, lymph nodes, salivary
glands, testicles, breasts, and the musculoskeletal system. The course is designed to provide students
with the theoretical knowledge and practical skills required to operate ultrasound equipment,
interpret images, and make accurate diagnoses. The curriculum typically covers topics such as
anatomy and physiology, ultrasound physics and instrumentation, patient care and safety, and
image interpretation. The duration of the course ranges from six months to 1 year. The program
includes clinical internships or hands-on training in a healthcare facility. Upon completion of the
diploma course, graduates may find employment as small-part ultrasound technologists,
sonographers, or healthcare professionals in hospitals, clinics, imaging centers, or private practices.
They may also choose to further their education by pursuing advanced degrees or certifications in
ultrasound technology. The demand for skilled ultrasound technologists and sonographers is
expected to grow in the coming years, driven by an aging population and advances in medical
technology. As such, a diploma in small parts ultrasound can be a valuable credential for healthcare
professionals looking to advance their careers or enter a rapidly growing field. A diploma in small
parts ultrasound is a specialized program that focuses on the use of ultrasound technology to
diagnose medical conditions in small parts of the body, such as the thyroid, breast, testicles, and
lymph nodes. This program typically includes both theoretical and practical training in the principles
of ultrasound imaging, anatomy, and physiology of the small parts of the body, ultrasound
equipment operation and maintenance, image interpretation, and patient care. A diploma in thyroid
ultrasound would typically cover all these things. In Anatomy and Physiology of the Thyroid Gland,
students will learn about the structure and function of the thyroid gland and its role in the endocrine
system. In Ultrasound Physics and Equipment, students will learn the principles of ultrasound physics
and the operation of ultrasound equipment, including the various modes of ultrasound imaging. In
Ultrasound Technique and Image Optimization, students will learn the proper technique for
conducting a thyroid ultrasound exam, including patient preparation, positioning, and image
optimization. In Thyroid Pathology, students will learn about the various thyroid pathologies that can
be detected using ultrasound, including nodules, cysts, and tumors. In Interpretation of Thyroid
Ultrasound Images, students will learn how to interpret thyroid ultrasound images, including the
identification of normal and abnormal findings, and the use of diagnostic criteria to differentiate
benign and malignant nodules. In Reporting and Documentation, students will learn how to prepare
a comprehensive report of their findings and communicate the results to the referring physician. In
Patient Care and Safety, students will learn about patient care and safety issues related to thyroid
ultrasound, including infection control, patient communication, and radiation safety.
A scrotal ultrasound course typically covers all the topics. Anatomy and Physiology of the Scrotum
include the structures of the scrotum, such as the testes, epididymis, vas deferens, and other
related structures, as well as their function. Indications for Scrotal Ultrasound cover the various
reasons why a scrotal ultrasound might be ordered, such as testicular pain, swelling, or masses.
Ultrasound Imaging Techniques cover the different ultrasound techniques that can be used to
evaluate the scrotum, including transabdominal, transrectal, and transperineal approaches. Scrotal
Ultrasound Protocols cover the specific protocols used to perform a scrotal ultrasound, including
patient preparation, positioning, and image acquisition. Normal Scrotal Ultrasound Anatomy covers
the normal ultrasound appearance of the scrotum and its structures, including the testes,
epididymis, and spermatic cord. Abnormal Scrotal Ultrasound Findings cover the different abnormal
ultrasound findings that may be observed in the scrotum, including testicular masses, hydroceles,
varicoceles, and other abnormalities. Scrotal Ultrasound Report Writing covers the components of a

typical scrotal ultrasound report, including the clinical indications, findings, and recommendations
for further evaluation or treatment. Quality Control and Image Optimization cover the various
techniques used to optimize image quality during a scrotal ultrasound, as well as quality control
measures to ensure accuracy and reproducibility. Clinical Applications of Scrotal Ultrasound cover
the different clinical scenarios in which scrotal ultrasound may be useful, including evaluation of
infertility, testicular trauma, and other conditions.
A breast sonography course typically covers a range of topics related to the use of ultrasound
imaging in the diagnosis and management of breast conditions. Breast anatomy and physiology
includes the Understanding of the normal anatomy and function of the breast is important for
interpreting ultrasound images and identifying abnormalities. Breast pathology includes Learning
about the different types of breast conditions and diseases, such as benign and malignant tumors,
cysts, and fibroadenomas. Ultrasound physics and instrumentation covers Understanding the
principles of ultrasound physics, how ultrasound machines work, and how to optimize image quality.
Ultrasound technique includes Learning how to perform a breast ultrasound exam, including
patient positioning, probe selection, and scanning techniques. Interpretation of ultrasound images
includes Understanding how to analyze and interpret ultrasound images, including the
appearance of different types of breast lesions. Ultrasound-guided interventions include
Learning how to perform ultrasound-guided procedures such as biopsies, aspirations, and cyst
drainage. Reporting and communication include Understanding how to document findings and
communicate results to referring physicians and patients. Quality assurance and patient safety
include Learning how to ensure patient safety and quality control in the use of breast
ultrasound imaging. Clinical applications and case studies cover Exploring the use of breast
ultrasound imaging in the diagnosis and management of specific clinical conditions, such as breast
cancer, fibrocystic disease, and breast abscesses. Professional and ethical issues cover
Understanding the ethical and legal considerations in breast sonography practice, including patient
confidentiality, informed consent, and scope of practice.
IMA (Iqramed Academy) has the best group of faculties for every course. Our faculty has a deep
understanding of small-parts ultrasound and expertise in this field. He has years of experience in
performing and interpreting small parts ultrasounds. He communicates effectively with their
students, using clear and concise language to explain complex concepts & provides hands-on
training to their students, allowing them to gain practical experience in performing small parts
ultrasound under the supervision of experienced instructors. He uses the latest technology in their
teaching, including giving students a comprehensive understanding of the subject. He tailors his
teaching to the individual needs of their students, providing personalized instruction and feedback
to help each student achieve their learning goals & he is actively engaged in research in the field of
small-parts ultrasound, contributing to the development of new techniques and technologies and
keeping their teaching up to date with the latest advancements. Last but not least our faculty
must adhere to the highest standards of professionalism, including ethical conduct, and a
commitment to ongoing professional development.

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Course Content

1. Introduction
Faculty Dr. Sultan Moinuddin

  • Lecture 1 | USG Thyroid Introduction

2. Thyroid Lesions – Tirads

3. USG Technique

4. Thyroid Imaging in Malignancies

5. Thyroid Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis

6. USG Thyroid Congenital Thyroid Disorders

7. Thyroid Grave’s Disease and Thyroiditis

8. Inguino – Scrotal Ultrasound

9. Technique with Practical Demonstration

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6 months ago
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