Levator trauma in pregnancy and labour – when does it occur, significance and how to diagnose it with 3D
The lecture describes the incidence, significance and diagnosis of levator ani muscle trauma highlighting that ultrasound, in particular 3D, is a reliable tool for the assessment of pelvic floor injury
The lecture discusses the usefulness of cervical length and biochemical and biophysical tests for screening for preterm delivery, the use of vaginal progesterone to prevent preterm delivery and the efficacy of cervical cerclage and pessary in twin pregnancies.
The lecture describes ISUOG guideline for twin pregnancies highlighting the diagnosis and management of major complications of these pregnancies as discordance for abnormalities, selective intrauterine growth restriction, intrauterine death of one twin, twin to twin transfusion syndrome and twin anemia polycythemia sequence.
The lecture describes the role of pelvic floor dimension and function on labor and how they can affect labor outcome. Author underlies the importance of trans-perineal ultrasound in the evaluation of levator hiatal dimension.
The video highlights the importance of early detection of open spina bifida and illustrates various signs for its detection in the first trimester
The video outlines the various components of a comprehensive first trimester anatomical scan in the light of current evidence. It provides information useful to develop anatomical scanning protocols in diverse clinical settings.
Basic pelvic floor anatomy – what you need to know and what does transperineal ultrasound allow you to see
The video illustrates normal sonographic anatomy of the pelvic floor along with the technique for its dynamic evaluation. It highlights the landmarks needed for objective assessment of pelvic floor dysfunction.
This video shows the utility and limitations of MRI in evaluation of fetal brain abnormalities using a case based approach
Watch this exclusively released lecture, delivered at the Pre-Congress Course "Fetal anomalies: heart and central nervous system (CNS)" at ISUOG's 29th World Congress.
Illustrative display of the The International Deep Endometriosis Analysis (IDEA) group approach to sonographic examination in women with suspected endometriosis
This is an overview of the pelvic anatomy displaying the relevant aspects of assessing the pelvic structures by ultrasound especially in endometriosis and gynecologic oncology
A general introduction to ISUOG mission, vision and upcoming events
Sonographic features of endometriotic lesions including endometriotic cysts, deep infiltrating endometriosis and superficial endometriosis
In this video the viwer will obtain information about the ultrasound features in the DIE in comparison with pelvical cancer, as well about ultrasound features of pelvic involvement in gynecological cancer, patterns of spread and challenges in diagnosis
In this video the viewer will obtain information about the appearance of endometriomas during pregnancy and their transformation during pregnancy. Comparison with oncologic masses will be made.
In this video the viewer will obtain informations about the endometriomas, their different appearence, differential diagnostic guides and pitfalls.
In this video the viewer will obtain information about the risk factors of malignant transformation of endometriomas, acquired from relevant studies in the topic. Furthermore, suggestions for the management of these cases are presented.
Case videos about the IDEA rules, differential diagnosis of DIE, decidualisation of the endometriomas.
What are the common aspects of endometriosis and gynecologic oncology?
A round table where experts in gynecologic ultrasound discuss many aspects related to ultrasound assessment of pelvic anatomy