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Aug 17, 2018 ISUOG news

3 DAYS UNTIL THE ISUOG2018 EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION DEADLINE!

To access the lowest available fees for our World Congress in Singapore, you need to register before midnight on Monday 20th August 2018. Be sure to take advantage of the discounted fees while you still can.

Aug 14, 2018 Journal Club

UOG Journal Club: September 2018

Longitudinal growth assessment for prediction of adverse perinatal outcome in fetuses suspected to be small-for-gestational age

Aug 13, 2018 ISUOG news

One week left for you to register at the lowest available rates for #ISUOG2018!

The early bird registration deadline for our World Congress in Singapore is on 20 August 2018. If you haven't already registered, you should do so within 7 days in order to access the lowest available registration fees! After the 20th August, all fees will increase. Watch this short video from ISUOG Board Member Prof. Daniela Prayer on why you can't miss the ISUOG World Congress.

Aug 9, 2018 ISUOG news

World Congress highlights: the early bird registration deadline is fast approaching!

The early bird deadline is on Monday 20th Aug 2018 - you need to register for our 28th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology before this date if you wish to make the most of the lowest available fees! Furthermore, the #ISUOG2018 itinerary planner is now live: you can now search the 28th #ISUOG World Congress program and create your own personalised schedule. Finally, make sure you don't miss out on our Congress Party as tickets are selling fast!

Aug 7, 2018 Journal news

UOG PHYSICIAN ALERT

Clinicians should stop prescribing sildenafil for fetal growth restriction (FGR): comment from the STRIDER Consortium - read the UOG Physician Alert here.

Aug 7, 2018 ISUOG news

Apply now to become an #ISUOG2018 Digital Ambassador

Are you active on social media? Undertaking research in obstetrics or gynecology and excited to attend this year’s Congress in Singapore? Become a #ISUOG2018 Digital ambassador and have the opportunity to win a discounted registration for our 2019 World Congress in Berlin!

Aug 6, 2018 Journal Club

UOG Journal Club: August 2018

Outcome of fetuses with prenatal diagnosis of isolated severe bilateral ventriculomegaly: systematic review and meta-analysis

Aug 3, 2018 Journal highlights

August 2018 UOG Highlights

The August issue of Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology includes two Original Articles and accompanying Opinion pieces on the outcome of fetuses with aortic stenosis following fetal aortic valvuloplasty, articles on obstetric and gynecological ultrasound training, and a Systematic Review on the outcome of fetuses with a prenatal diagnosis of isolated severe bilateral ventriculomegaly.

Aug 3, 2018 Newsletter

August newsletter

There are just 16 days until the early bird registration deadline for the ISUOG World Congress in Singapore, so check out our highlights to see why you can't miss the leading event in the field. By registering before 20 August 2018, you'll access the lowest available rates - so don't delay! Also in this month's newsletter are our August 2018 UOG Journal highlights, updates on our online educational resources, information about our other upcoming events (such as our December Advanced Fetal Neurosonography Course), and a new accompanying video for our intrapartum ultrasound video. Finally, read the newsletter for the latest Basic Training news following our 2018 Basic Training summit; and learn more about our BT satellite scheme and our upcoming BT in Lebanon program.

Aug 2, 2018 ISUOG news

Faculty announced for our December education course on advanced fetal neurosonography

You can register now for our education course 'Advanced Fetal Neurosonography: when do I need to refer for fetal MRI?', where you will be hearing from ISUOG Board Members Prof. Daniela Prayer, Dr Gustavo Malinger and Mr Aris Papageorghiou, and ISUOG International Faculty member Prof. Gianluigi Pilu. Attend this course for an essential update on the role of fetal MRI in advanced fetal neurosonography.

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