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Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology (UOG)

ISUOG’s official journal, Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology (UOG), also known as the White Journal, is recognised as the leading peer-reviewed journal on imaging within the field of obstetrics and gynecology, publishing important research from all parts of the world. It is published monthly and features a completely international authorship and a fully electronic manuscript submission and review process. It is incorporated in all the major abstract and indexing databases.

Click on the links to the left to view a selection of articles published in UOG.

Full instructions for authors on submitting articles to UOG can be found here.

For a swift peer review, UOG operates a web-based submission, peer review and manuscript tracking system. Authors are required to submit their articles on-line through our ScholarOne Manuscripts website.

If you would like an annual subscription to UOG, please click here to join ISUOG.

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07/2014 - Call for papers: new and emerging technologies in prenatal diagnosis
In January 2015, UOG will be publishing a special themed issue on emerging DNA and sequencing technologies in perinatology. Deadline for submissions is 15 September 2014 and should be made via the UOG submissions site. Specitic queries can be made to the Editor in Chief directly at eic@isuog.org.

Download the flyer, here and share with your peers.

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06/2014 - UOG publishes ISUOG's new consensus statment on NIPT
ISUOG's latest consensus statement on the impact of non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT) on prenatal ultrasound practice has been published as an early view article via UOG online. View the statement online, which is now freely available on the Society's website, along with all our standards and guidelines.

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05/2014 - UOG seeking expressions of interest for new Editors
The Editor-in-Chief of Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology (UOG), Basky Thilaganathan, is seeking expressions of interest for editorial positions in UOG. These appointments are to replace retiring Editors and to expand the Journal’s team of Editors in specific new research fields and techniques. For more information and how to apply, download the full advert, here. Expressions of interest should be recieved by 27 June 2014.

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02/2014 - RCT demonstrates use of ultrasound in identifying women who will most benefit from vaginal mesh surgery
Published in the upcoming April issue of UOG, but available now as an Early View article online, is a randomized controlled trial providing new evidence that pelvic floor ultrasound imaging can identify individual women who are most likely to benefit from vaginal mesh surgery. Read the press release and author commentary.

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02/2014 - NIPT in UOG
The March issue  features two important articles on the application of non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT) for the detection of chromosomal abnormalities in the fetus. The first article (Lau et al.) uses genome-wide sequencing in a large series of 1982 consecutive cases, reporting on the clinical performance of NIPT in this setting. The second article (Petersen et al.), by contrast, uses a targeted probe approach in a population-based study to estimate the proportion of common chromosomal abnormalities that would be detectable using different screening strategies.

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02/2014 - Delivery delays
We understand that some members have been experiencing a delay in receiving their printed copies of UOG. This is due to adverse weather conditions in the UK and Europe in December, January and February, which have caused major disruption to transport in and out of the UK (where the UOG is printed). We thank you for your patience in this matter.

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01/2014 - January UOG free to access online
January's UOG journal (Volume 43, Issue 1) is now available to view online and has been made open access. Read original articles, expert commentaries, systematic reviews and 'how to' articles.

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06/2013 - New UOG Impact Factor record score
The new Journal Impact Factors have been released and we are delighted to announce that UOG has achieved a dramatic increase from 3.007 to 3.557, its highest ever value. In the journal rankings, UOG has climbed from 11th to 8th in the category of Obstetrics and Gynecology.

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06/2013 - Ground-breaking aneuploidy screening study published in UOG
UOG recently published a pair of ground-breaking studies from the research group of Professor Kypros Nicolaides on the implementation of maternal blood cell-free DNA testing in early screening for aneuploidies and on contingent screening strategies based on such techniques, attracting widespread press coverage.

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Referee Commentaries
From July 2012, each issue of the Journal has included Referee Commentaries on selected articles. These are commissioned by the Editors when they feel that a Reviewer of a manuscript can provide an additional perspective or insight on the research presented.

Click here to see the latest Referee Commentaries.

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UOG Journal Club
The Editors of the White Journal are proud to present the UOG Journal Club. Each month the UOG Journal Club introduces a new free-access article with discussion points to help you to explore the article and downloadable PowerPoint slides containing key figures and tables.

Access the Journal Club now!

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'Accepted Articles' Workflow
Papers that are accepted by the Journal are now published online within 2 weeks in unedited manuscript format prior to full publication. These 'Accepted Articles' are searchable on PubMed and are citable, but they will be replaced with the final version of the article once it has been typeset. Please click here for further information.Bookmark and Share

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