SAN DIEGO — In this video, La Rochelle f. Andreotti, medical doctor, professor of clinical radiology, radiological sciences, and OB/GYN at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, recaps his endowed lecture on assessing adnexal mass.
His talk, given at the ACOG Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting, covered the Ovarian-Adnexal Imaging Data and Reporting System – or O-RADS – and how this ultrasound method can be used to optimize ovarian cancer outcomes.
“What’s unique about it is an evidence-based lexicon to describe all of these lesions, and we apply that to a risk management system that assesses all levels of risk,” Andreotti said.
Andreotti R. The Donald F. Richardson Memorial Lecture: The future of adnexal mass assessment has arrived—O-RADS for ultrasound. Presented at: ACOG Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting; May 6-8, 2022; San Diego.