First-trimester prediction of surgical outcome in abnormally invasive placenta using the cross-over sign
Read this newsletter for resources on reproductive medicine from the UOG Journal and the ISUOG website.
Effect of clomiphene citrate on endometrial thickness, ovulation, pregnancy and live birth in anovulatory women: systematic review and meta-analysis
The January issue is a special issue on Reproductive Medicine and is completely free to access. It contains a range of articles including, among others, systematic reviews and original research on the outcome of pregnancies conceived by assisted reproductive technology, articles on congenital uterine malformations and antral follicle counting, including a consensus opinion, and a randomized controlled trial on the treatment of early miscarriage. Also in this issue, is a consensus-based description of a curriculum and competency assessment for standardization of ultrasound training in residency programs.
Misoprostol treatment vs expectant management in women with early non-viable pregnancy and vaginal bleeding: a pragmatic randomized controlled trial
What role does ultrasound now play in the diagnosis of PCOS and how do we interpret hormone profiles
This lecture was delivered at ISUOG's 26th World Congress in Rome, in 2016.
We have now changed to rolling membership so you will receive membership for exactly one year from the moment you join or renew. All ISUOG members that need to renew have been sent an email from ISUOG Secretariat with renewal instructions. You can also renew at any time by logging into your ISUOG account at anytime and clicking “Renew” in the top right corner.
Submit your interest to write new chapters for the Obstetrics branch of VISUOG, our online visual encyclopedia. We are currently looking for authors to write chapters on fetal heart and fetal extremities.
Live stream an ISUOG Basic Training event by joining or hosting a satellite course! Interact with ISUOG faculty, while remotely accessing comprehensive training for ultrasound in obstetrics and gynecology. Upcoming Basic Training courses with the option to live stream via satellite courses include Basic Training Course on Gynecology, 16-17 February 2018 and Basic Training Course at the ISUOG International Symposium, 20 April 2018.
ISUOG Outreach completed its final training mission in Ghana last week, while passing the torch to new local trainers, who will now work to teach the skills they have learned to others. The local trainers practiced giving lectures and supervising ultrasound scans under the guidance of ISUOG Outreach volunteer trainers.
The December 2017 newsletter focused on upcoming courses and online learning resources on fetal anomalies.
Fetoscopic laser coagulation in 1020 pregnancies with twin–twin transfusion syndrome demonstrates improvement in double-twin survival rate
The December issue of Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology contains, among other articles, an opinion piece on neurosonography vs fetal cerebral magnetic resonance imaging, a study describing progressive lesions of the central nervous system in microcephalic fetuses with suspected congenital Zika virus infection and an original article reporting on fetal survival rate following fetoscopic laser coagulation in the treatment of twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome.
Registration is now open for the ISUOG Basic Training Course on Gynecology! This course is excellent for entry level healthcare trainees looking for an introduction to the basic principles of ultrasound in gynecology. Register to attend one or both days, 16-17 February 2018 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. You also have the option to live stream the first day by organising a satellite course.
Tell us what you think! As an ISUOG member, your feedback is important to us and will help to shape your member benefits, the ISUOG website, educational course topics and more. Enter your email address for the opportunity to win a spot to live stream the ISUOG Fetal Anomalies course on the 21 April, 2018!