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Jun 14, 2024 ISUOG news

New Podcast Episode on Pre-eclampsia Featuring Prof. Asma Khalil and Prof. John Hyett

ISUOG trustee Prof. Asma Khalil and Prof. John Hyett come together for a new episode of the ISUOG podcast, shining a spotlight on the topic of pre-eclampsia.

Jun 10, 2024 ISUOG news

ISUOG World Congress Brings Together Leading Experts in Ultrasound for Women’s Health

The International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology (ISUOG) is pleased to announce registrations are now open for its 34th World Congress, taking place from September 15-18, 2024, in Budapest. The Congress will bring together ultrasound professionals in obstetrics and gynecology, alongside global leaders in women’s health. Over four days they will explore the latest research, technological advances and clinical applications of ultrasound in women’s health.

Jun 4, 2024 Current UOG issue

June 2024 UOG Highlights

The June issue of Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology includes a systematic review on the trimester-specific diagnostic performance of ultrasound in placenta accreta spectrum, a neuroimaging study investigating brain injury in pregnancies with twin–twin transfusion syndrome, a longitudinal evaluation of cervical stiffness in women who undergo spontaneous preterm delivery and a study comparing the characteristics of ovarian and tubal ectopic pregnancies.

Jun 4, 2024 ISUOG news

Explore June's Free Access VISUOG Chapter on Cervical Cancer

Cervical cancer, a malignancy that arises from the cervix, is the fourth most common cancer in women, accounting for an estimated 604,000 new cases and 342,000 deaths worldwide. The most frequent histotypes are HPV-related squamous cell carcinoma and adenocarcinoma.

May 29, 2024 Journal news

New International Consensus Statement: Non-Invasive Imaging Techniques for Diagnosis and Classification of Pelvic Deep Endometriosis

The culmination of a major international collaboration spanning three years has resulted in the publication of an International Consensus Statement on the use of non-invasive imaging techniques for the diagnosis and classification of pelvic deep endometriosis.

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