Common Neonatal imaging


VMA offers a total of four hours of an online crash course designed for neonatal health care providers to offer a broad exposure to chest and abdomen x-rays to understand techniques, artifacts and positioning, to relate detailed pathology and interpretation of neonatal X-ray images and to differentiate between normal and abnormal findings verses artifact.

To obtain CME credits (5 hours) you need to attend the course live.

Main theme

The course is about two days, each day has two hours:

First day :
Chest x-ray:
- TTN (Transient Tachypnea of the Newborn)
- RDS (Neonatal respiratory distress syndrome)
- CHD (congenital heart disease)
- The normal position of tubes/ lines (ETT, NGT, UVC, UAC)
- Other common cases

Second day:
Abdomen x-ray:
- Normal gas distribution
- Intestinal obstruction
- NEC (Necrotising enterocolitis) "bowel wall oedema with thumbprinting / pneumatosis intestinalis / pneumoperitoneum)
- Other common cases

Goals and Objectives

By the end of the course, learners will be able to:
- Recognize Normal neonatology chest and abdomen radiographic anatomy.
- Effective approaches in analyzing diagnostic imaging challenges in neonates term and preterm

This Course For :

Resident / Fellow


Course Fee

Full Course

287.5 SR
VAT Included
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Contact Information

Organization : Virtual Medical Academy
Phone : 558448846
Email :

287.5 SR
    VAT Included

  • 10 Dec 2019    To    11 Dec 2019
  • 08:00 PM  To  10:00 PM
  • Certificate Available
  • Saudi Commission for Health Specialties 5 CME hours
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