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Abdominal Ultrasound Registry Review, Updated March 2021 (Videos + Exam-mode Quiz)



Abdominal Ultrasound Registry Review

Follows ARDMS Exam Content Outline.
A variety of learning components including: video lectures, scan demonstrations, interactive components/quizzes, and more to improve diagnostic accuracy.
All online courses cover the same topics as our comprehensive live courses. Add a Hands-On Workshop (Not Valid for Registry Reviews).


Abdominal Ultrasound Registry Review Online Course is designed to provide a comprehensive review of the information required to successfully pass the ARDMS or ASRT abdomen ultrasound registry examination.
Additionally, the GCUS Registry Review PASS Guarantee offers you access to the online course version of your registry review program for an additional 90 days if you do not pass your registry exam after completing one of our review programs. Just send us a copy of your exam score (registry exam must be taken within six months of our review) and we’ll grant you a 90 day access extension to the online course version of the review.


Abdominal Vasculature, Muscular, and Bony Anatomy
Liver Anatomy and Physiology
Liver Pathology
Gallbladder and Biliary Tree Anatomy/Physiology & Pathology
Trauma Ultrasound
Pancreas Anatomy and Physiology
Pancreas Pathology
Spleen Anatomy, Physiology, & Pathology
Renal Anatomy & Physiology
Renal Pathology
Superficial Structures: Thyroid, Scrotal, and Breast
Two Mock Examinations


Increase the participants’ knowledge to better perform diagnostic ultrasound examinations
Apply knowledge of the abdominal cross-sectional anatomy, scan protocols, laboratory values and routine measurements associated with the abdominal ultrasound examination
Recognize normal imaging characteristics of the liver, gallbladder, pancreas, spleen, kidneys, adrenals and abdominal vasculature
Integrate imaging characteristics of commonly seen pathology associated with the liver, gallbladder, pancreas, spleen, kidneys, retroperitoneum, and abdominal vasculature.
Differentiate normal and abnormal sonographic characteristics associated with evaluation of superficial structures such as thyroid, testes & scrotum and some basic musculoskeletal structures
Integrate universal precautions and proper infection control into standardized imaging protocols & state the sonographer’s role during interventional procedures
Identify areas of weakness that require additional self-study to successful pass your ultrasound board examination offered by ARDMS, CCI or ARRT

Physicians, sonographers, and other medical professionals preparing to take the abdomen ultrasound registry examination. Physician participants may include radiology, emergency medicine, critical care, internal medicine, primary care, and gastroenterology.

Date of Original Release: 3/15/2021
This edition valid for credit through: 3/15/2024