International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology

ISUOG is a professional membership association and charity that aims to improve women's health through the provision, advancement and dissemination of the highest quality education, standards and research information around ultrasound in obstetrics and gynecology.  

New educational opportunities


Ultrasound in assessment of endometriosis and adenomyosis

Free ISUOG webinar on the use of ultrasound for endometriosis & adenomyosis. This advanced course will cover the diagnosis of deep endometriosis and ovarian endometriosis plus evaluating adenomyosis using 2D and 3D ultrasound. Register to attend on Tuesday 19th September.


A series of free educational webinars delivered in this summer on current issues in ultrasound for obstetrics and gynecology. These live webinars will cover a variety of subjects and range from beginner-level to advanced. Although anyone can attend, these ISUOG webinars would be most valuable to trainee and professional gynecologists, obstetricians and sonographers.


Fetal Growth Restriction

Join us on Sunday 5 November 2023 for our advanced education course on ‘Fetal Growth Restriction’ led by Prof. Asma Khalil and A/Prof. Conrado Coutinho with our panel of dedicated international experts.  A full day of 8 hours of online learning.



Sep 1, 2023 ISUOG news

VISUOG's chapter on ectopic pregnancy is open access this September

Explore VISUOG, the most comprehensive visual encyclopedia for Obstetrics & Gynecology ultrasound. Gain access to nearly 300 chapters packed with valuable information by joining ISUOG. Also, receive a 10% discount on your membership using our exclusive code.

Sep 1, 2023 Current UOG issue

September 2023 UOG Highlights

The September issue of Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology includes a systematic review examining the impact of concurrent selective fetal growth restriction on the outcome of pregnancies with twin–twin transfusion syndrome following laser surgery, a study investigating the prevalence, pathophysiology and impact of a midline cystic structure recently reported in some fetuses with open spina bifida, a prospective study aiming to determine the best strategy for prediction of hypertensive disorders at 36 weeks’ gestation, and a large study of 25,329 patients evaluating the effect of reproductive history on the outcome of in-vitro fertilization.

Sep 5, 2023 ISUOG news

View the ISUOG 2023-2027 Strategic Plan online

Read about the roadmap for our vision, mission and goals to improve women's health through education, science, research, and outreach for the next four years.