International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology

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Welcome to ISUOG: The Society of Women's Imaging

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 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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  • Zika virus, uog, isuog
    PHYSICIAN ALERT: Zika virus intrauterine infection causes fetal brain abnormality and microcephaly

    The recent outbreak of cases of microcephaly in South America has instigated a state of national health emergency and appears to be caused by vertical transmission of the mosquito-borne Zika virus. Oliveira Melo et al. provide evidence of this association in two cases of fetal microcephaly found to be seropositive for Zika virus after sequencing amniocentesis samples. View the full article and alert.

  • 26th World Congress: Two months to submit your abstract

    Taking place in beautiful Rome, 25-28 September, theISUOG Congress offers an amazing opportunity to participate in our state-of-the-art scientific program. The call for papers closes on 1 April 2016 so you only have two months to submit your abstract!

  • New app can help doctors predict the risk of preterm birth

    A new app called QUiPP could help doctors to better identify women at risk of giving birth prematurely. The app, developed at King's College London, was tested in two studies of high-risk women being monitored at ante-natal clinics.
    Find out more in the ISUOG press release recently published.    

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