Day Three of the Outreach Program in Sudan had an exciting start! After a lecture on placental assessment by Prof. Hisham Mirghani, the trainees broke off into their teams. Outreach Trainer Yasmin Casmod’s group identified two anomaly scans (one which was oligohydramnios with abnormally large eyes and heart), which had to be immediately consulted over to Dr Sami Mahmoud to oversee and recommend follow up accordingly.
(Attentive trainees, Dr Angela Ranzini explaining fetal anatomy in 2nd and 3rd trimester and Dr Sami Mahmoud explaining a scan; images courtesy of G.A Báez for ISUOG Outreach)
The trainees in Dr Reem Abu-Rustum’s group today were completely enthusiastic on scanning and encouraged her to show them new techniques even beyond the practical session.
(Dr Reem Abu-Rustum explaining Fetal Biometry; image courtesy of G.A Báez for ISUOG Outreach)
Lectures continued the following morning on practical sessions, covering topics such as Fetal Growth, Fetal Anatomy and Amniotic fluid index.
Stay tuned as the ISUOG Outreach program in Sudan continues!