Dear Participant, Dear Colleague,

We announce webinars which focus on different topics of thyroid ultrasound. From September 2023 to May 2023 five events will take place.

These 90-minute events usually will consist of two presentations related to the given topic. Recognized speakers will summarize the most important knowledge followed by a discussion with the participants. In the second half on each occasion, a joint discussion of case studies related to the topic will follow. These studies may be viewed in advance on the website; a preview of these cases is definitely recommended.

By clicking on the item in the left column under 'Events', you can find the preliminary program and the cases to be discussed.

  1. September 21, 2023 - The new ETA guideline on thyroid nodules, suspicious ultrasound characteristics

  2. November 16, 2023 - Differential-diagnostics of intranodular echogenic figures

  3. January 18, 2024 - Pre- and postoperative ultrasound in thyroid cancers

  4. March 21, 2024 - Webinar on thyroid cytology and pathology

  5. May 16, 2024 - Interventional thyroidology

We will record the live events, and they will be available for review till the end of the course.

Participation is free, but prior registration is required on a first come first serve basis. You can register by clicking here. Please note that you will not able to join without registration.

If you are visiting this page for the first time, be sure to read the brief instructions which can be reached by the clicking on Technical Help and Technical Webinar buttons in the left column.

One more consideration. The course is primarily for those colleagues who are not absolute beginners. For the latter participants, I suggest to view some lectures before the live webinars:

Lecture on thyroid anatomy and execution of thyroid ultrasound - basic steps >>>

The role of ultrasound in the evaluation of nodular goiter patients >>>

Composition and echogenicity of a nodule - a quick quide >>>

Definition of the most important suspicious features >>>

A quick guide to basic settings >>>


We really hope that the webinars will be useful and fruitful for you.

Tamas Solymosi
for the Faculty