ISUOG is a professional membership association and charity that aims to improve women's healthcare services through the provision and broad dissemination of the highest quality education and research information around ultrasound in obstetrics and gynecology. With 13,500 members in 128 countries, we are the leading society in this niche medical speciality. Member benefits include our Journal, Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology, reduced fees to our Courses and Congress, and online educational material (400+ online learning lectures, comprehensive learning modules, and Congress presentations on ISUOG On Demand). ISUOG is committed to extending education to under-resourced regions through its Outreach Program. Find out more about our latest endeavours on our news pages.
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UOG is the leading peer-reviewed journal in its field. View a selection of recent free-access articles!
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Her Excellency Beatrice Lorenzin, Italian Minister of Health welcomes delegates to the ISUOG 26th World Congress in Rome. She states, "I am well aware of the great contributions that your Society has provided to development of medicine over the years. I have seen with great pleasure the relevance of the topics that will be covered in the scientific program. All of them are of major importance, because protection of the health of women and of unborn children is central in modern health care systems." Read her entire welcome letter here.
Registration is now open for ISUOG education courses in November. Sign up today for "Ultrasound plus: facial cleft and facial dysmorphology" or "3D in obstetrics and gynecology: tips and tricks" 5 - 6 November 2016, London and livestreamed. Discounts apply for ISUOG members and for booking both courses together.
Recently, a study that suggests that heterogeneity in autism spectrum disorder (ASD) symptoms results from exposure to diagnostic ultrasound during early pregnancy has been published. The ISUOG Safety Committee has reviewed this paper and other related epidemiological literature, and has found no scientifically proven association between ultrasound exposure in the first or second trimesters and ASD. Read the Safety Statement here.
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