In general, practice guidelines are not intended to establish a legal standard of care or conduct, and deviation from a practice guideline does not, in and of itself, indicate or imply that such medical practice is below an acceptable level of care. The ultimate judgment regarding the propriety of any specific procedure or course of conduct must be made by the physician and medical physicist in light of all circumstances presented by the individual situation. As such, these links are provided for reference and convenience. Additional online resources may also be available. 

Medical Services Commission Guidelines & Protocols Advisory Committee 

BC Guidelines for Diagnostics – Radiology

Perinatal Services BC

Ultrasound Assessments

Soft Markers Identified on Detailed Ultrasound 

Canadian Association of Radiologists (CAR)

National Practice Guidelines

Canadian Association Interventional Radiology

Guidelines & Standards

American College of Radiology

Clinical Resources

Reporting and Data Systems

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