Join us at our education course on transperineal ultrasound on 6 July with Dr Vered Eisenberg, Dr Aly Youssef and Dr Anneke Steensma. Attend onsite in London, or via live stream. Make the most out of this educational opportunities with selected ISUOG guidelines, video lectures and UOG Journal articles – visit our supplement your learning page for this course.
“Although the main cause of fetal megacystis is LUTO, an enlarged fetal bladder can also be present as a concomitant finding of miscellaneous genetic syndromes, developmental disturbances and chromosomal abnormalities" finds new Original Paper by Fontanella and colleagues in the June issue of the UOG Journal.
With just over 2 weeks to go until the ISUOG education course 'Urogynecology and pelvic floor ultrasound', we wanted to remind you that there is still time to register! Join us on 6 July onsite in London, UK or via live stream for a one day problem-based overview of transperineal ultrasound. Recordings from the course will be available to all course delegates for one month after the course to re-watch. Attend this course to earn up to 6 CME points.
At our 2019 World Congress in Berlin, ISUOG will offer a dedicated learning path on Fetal brain imaging which will improve delegates' knowledge of the topic. There is no fee for this certificate, but all participants must be registered for the whole Congress.
Last week in Beijing at the 'ISUOG China Symposium - 8th Prenatal Ultrasound Diagnosis of Fetal Birth Defects and Counseling’, members of the ISUOG international faculty and China Task Force worked together to develop education in ultrasound in obstetrics and gynecology. Over 500 delegates attended this ISUOG approved course, with 300 delegates joining us on 13 June for the ISUOG Basic Training course.
Diagnostic accuracy of saline contrast sonohysterography in detecting endometrial polyps in women with postmenopausal bleeding: systematic review and meta-analysis
On Thursday 24th October 2019, the ISUOG Basic Training Course will be delivered as a pre-congress course at SASUOG’s International Congress & Exhibition on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology in Johannesburg, South Africa. This course will provide a comprehensive introduction to the ultrasound examination and is the first ISUOG BT course to be delivered on the African continent! You can register now to join the course onsite in Johannesburg. Alternatively, if you'd like to attend via livestream, host a satellite or register your interest for individual live stream
Volume 53, Issue 6, Date: June 2019 Pages 715-723
The June issue of Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology includes ISUOG Guidelines on ultrasound assessment of fetal biometry and growth, an article on how to assess the ureters during pelvic ultrasound, a Systematic Review on cell-free DNA analysis for trisomy screening in twins, a study assessing a prenatal ultrasound staging system for placenta accreta spectrum disorders, a study on routine ultrasound at 32 vs 36 weeks’ gestation in the prediction of small-for-gestational-age neonates, and a Consortium Report on the proceedings of the First Annual Meeting of the International Fetoscopic Myelomeningocele Repair Consortium.
We have updated our scientific program following the planning meeting. You can now view a detailed day-by-day program following our scientific planning meeting. See in detail the pre-Congress courses, masterclasses, workshops, invited talks and Hub titles.
The performance of cfDNA testing for trisomy 21 in twin pregnancy is similar to that reported in singleton pregnancy and is superior to that of the first-trimester combined test or second-trimester biochemical testing.
Routine ultrasound at 32 vs 36 weeks’ gestation: prediction of small-for-gestational-age neonates
ISUOG Board Member and President Elect Prof. Tom Bourne outlines the benefits of joining of ISUOG’S global community of ultrasound professionals, and how you can improve your practice by being a part of this network. To get involved, join us at #ISUOG2019 where you will receive state-of-the-art updates on ultrasound in obstetrics and gynecology, and share ideas with like-minded professionals.
Video from Dr Jorge Tolosa on why you should attend ISUOG Basic Training in Spanish: 31 May - 3 June 2019
There is still time to register for our Colombia Basic Training course on 31 May – 3 June 2019, which you can attend onsite, via individual live stream or by hosting a satellite course. During this four day course delivered in Spanish, you will be introduced to the essentials of the obstetric and gynecological ultrasound scan.
The procedure-related risk of miscarriage following chorionic villus sampling or amniocentesis is lower than currently advocated and negligible when compared with controls of similar risk profile, finds free access UOG Journal updated meta-analysis by Salomon et al.
ISUOG Outreach is recruiting members to volunteer to virtually support local trainers in Oman and Sudan via WhatsApp. As part of the local trainers development the program will focus on improving their teaching skills and further their scanning abilities. Your main role as a volunteer will be to observe images and provide feedback to trainees for a minimum of 2 hours a week.
ISUOG’s Trainee Program provides two years free membership (inclusive of access to the UOG Journal) to all trainees specialising in obstetrics and gynecology. We provide this membership only through partnerships, of which we have over 100 – is your institution one of them?
ISUOG Scientific Committee chair Prof. Laurent Salomon on what to look forward to at ISUOG2019 - en français. The 29th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology will take place on 12-16 October 2019. Register now and we'll see you in Berlin!
The May issue of Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology includes a study presenting a sonographic classification and reporting system for diagnosing adenomyosis, a Randomized Controlled Trial on the impact of exercise during pregnancy on maternal weight gain and fetal cardiac function, a Systematic Review on the additional value of chromosomal microarray analysis over conventional karyotyping in stillbirth, and a study investigating premature placental aging in term small-for-gestational-age and growth-restricted fetuses.
Premature placental aging in term small-for-gestational-age and growth-restricted fetuses