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Hypertension in pregnancy: management

Join us on Saturday the 29th January 2022 for part 2 of our education course on hypertension in pregnancy led by Prof. Liona Poon and Prof. Fabricio Da Silva Costa and a panel of experts from across the world.

First Trimester Fetal Malformation: high-resolution ultrasound greets high-resolution genetics

Join us on Sunday the 27th of February 2022 for our education course on first trimester fetal malformation led by Prof. Simon Meagher and Dr Waldo Sepulveda and a panel of experts from across the world.

Early Pregnancy Complications: Ectopic Pregnancy

Join us on Sunday the 27th of March 2022 for part one of our education series on early pregnancy complications.

 

News

Jan 5, 2022 ISUOG news

January issue of Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology is completely free to read

To celebrate the New Year, the January 2022 issue of Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology has been made completely free to read.

Jan 5, 2022 Journal highlights

January 2022 UOG Highlights

The January issue of Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology is completely free to read! The issue includes a systematic review evaluating the diagnostic accuracy of first-trimester ultrasound examination in the detection of fetal cardiac abnormalities, a study reporting on clinical experience with non-invasive prenatal screening for single-gene disorders, a study developing and validating a model for prediction of placental dysfunction-related stillbirth from maternal factors, fetal weight and uterine artery Doppler at mid-gestation, an analysis of 13,062 SARS-CoV-2-positive pregnancies evaluating comorbidities and social vulnerability as risk factors of maternal death in Mexico, and a prospective study assessing first-trimester screening for placenta accreta spectrum in women with prior Cesarean delivery using transvaginal ultrasound assessment of the lower uterine segment scar.

Oct 20, 2021 ISUOG news

World Congress 2021 closing session, COVID-19

View the closing session with an international panel discussing; What we have learnt in the past and looking to the future - health consequences of COVID-19 for women, with Allison Bryant, Aris Papageorghiou, Christoph Lees, Liona Poon,and chaired by Prof Tom Bourne.

 

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