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The first edition of Sonobuzz – The Ultrasound Festival was held at Hyatt Regency, Mumbai fromDecember 13-15, 2019

Advancements in ultrasound technologies have led the modality to become the preferred tool for imaging during interventional radiology (IR) procedures. To explore the various applications and techniques in ultrasound that can be utlised for the diagnosis and treatment of complex diseases, ultrasound experts organised the first edition of Sonobuzz in Mumbai.

The event focussed on engaging in knowledge sharing activities and educational sessions. More than 600 delegates comprising of radiologists and radiology students, and around 100 trade delegates from various companies took part in his mega event.

The programme included Practical Tips on Day 1, Fetal Echo by Dr Mark Sklansky , Day 2 on Doppler & Fetal Anomalies and on Day 3, with star speakers such as Dr Amar Bhide, Dr Alpana Joshi, Dr Nitin Chaubal, Dr BS Ramamurthy, Dr Ashok Khurana, Dr Chander Lulla and Dr Bijoy Balakrishnan amongst others.

The highlight of the educational session was Dr Mark Sklansky’s simplified Fetal Echo lectures. His insights were a boon to all who attended the event and most delegates were left asking for more by the end of the day. There also some interesting sessions that discussed the use of ultrasound in tissue diagnostics.

The event also included some entertainment by Raju Srivastava and a DJ Nite with DJ Stetson.

The organisers also announced the next Sonobuzz event which will be held in November 2020. The highlight for the next year will be feature lectures by Dr Stephanie Wilson and Dr Thomas Winter amongst other speakers.

Take a glance at the happenings of Sonobuzz 2019.

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