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ISUOG Virtual Convention on gynecological surgery and ultrasound: improving patient outcomes in Africa

Join us for this exciting partnership between ISUOG's NGen Committee, SOSECAN and the Joliot Curie Institute of Cancer for a virtual convention on the 14th of December 2021. With world class experts from Africa and Europe discussing the similarities and differences in surgical practice between Africa and Europe. We are delighted to announce that we are offering special discounted prices to all delegates from lower resources countries, starting from £5 for members, and £10 for Non-members. Fees for non-members include ISUOG basic membership for one year. Please see the Convention fees for further details.

Hypertension in pregnancy: management

Join us on Saturday the 29th of January 2022 for part 2 of our education course on hypertension in pregnancy.



Nov 26, 2021 ISUOG news

ISUOG Annual General Meeting 2021

We are pleased to invite all ISUOG current members to the Society’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) held as a virtual event on Monday 13 December 2021 at 12:00 PM / GMT.

Nov 2, 2021 Journal highlights

November 2021 UOG Highlights

The November issue of Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology includes a systematic review identifying perinatal risk factors for neurodevelopmental impairment after laser surgery for twin–twin transfusion syndrome, a study showing a reduction in the rate of preterm birth during COVID-19 pandemic restriction measures in Melbourne, Australia, a cost-effectiveness analysis demonstrating a reduction in disease prevalence and health-service costs associated with a model of first-trimester prediction and prevention of preterm pre-eclampsia, and a secondary analysis of a RCT finding no difference in psychological response to early miscarriage and treatment satisfaction after expectant management vs misoprostol treatment.

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.