Supplement your learning for the ISUOG Pre-Congress Course "From genetics to obstetric management: essential genetics in practice."
Thank you for joining the pre-congress course “From genetics to obstetric management: essential genetics in practice” course taking place in Singapore on Saturday, 20th April 2018, as part of the 28th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology. During this one-day course you will receive a full view of the approach to the normal brain and heart followed by a detailed discussion of common and rare malformations affecting these organs. This course will Improve your knowledge on fetal neurosonography, will help you get the routine scan right every time, and develop your ability to detect abnormalities using orthogonal planes. A hands-on demonstration and a final quiz will challenge your knowledge. Explore the topic before you attend our course.
Explore the topic
In order to make the most of this learning experience and help you achieve your learning objectives, we have prepared a path to guide you from the essentials to our course’s topics through ISUOG resources. The material below, will take you from the most basic aspects to a more comprehensive view of fetal anomalies, and some may even grant you CME points.
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This course is the perfect opportunity for you to dive in our rich material and discover or re-discover more advanced approaches to the topic, research updates or related educational material of a more advanced level:
UoG Journal Articles
- Aneuploidy screening by non-invasive prenatal testing in twin pregnancy
- Analysis of cell-free DNA in maternal blood in screening for aneuplodies: updated meta-analysis
- Chromosomal microarray analysis in fetuses with aberrant right subclavian artery
- Clinical application of targeted next-generation sequencing on fetuses with congenital heart defects
- Clinical utility of non-invasive prenatal testing in pregnancies with ultrasound anomalies
- Effectiveness of 12-13 week scan for early diagnosis of fetal congenital anomalies in the cell-free DNA era
- First trimester risk assessment based on ultrasound and cell-free DNA vs combined screening: a randomized controlled trial
- ISUOG updated consensus statement on the impact of cfDNA aneuploidy testing on screening policies and prenatal ultrasound practice
- Whole exome sequencing as a diagnostic adjunct to clinical testing in fetuses with structural abnormalities
View past talks given by these speakers on On Demand.
ISUOG Trustee (2013-2019), 2018 ISUOG World Congress Chair, Outreach Committee
Prof. George SH Yeo is a Fetal Medicine specialist at the KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital (KKH), Singapore. He graduated in Medicine at the University of Singapore in 1975, became a Fellow of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, London, in 1996 and a Fellow of College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Singapore in 2004. He led the development of Maternal Fetal Medicine subspecialty in KKH and has been the Head of Obstetric Ultrasound and Prenatal Diagnosis since 1993. He established the screening of beta Thalassaemia and the combined First Trimester Screening in Singapore.
Prof. Yeo is also a Professor of OBGYN at the Duke-NUS School of Medicine and Associate Clinical Professor at the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine. He is head of the Maternal Fetal Section of the College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists, Singapore. He has more than 160 papers in indexed journals and speaks regularly to schools as well as national and international conferences. He also has a RG Score of 39.30 and Google Scholar citations of 5535.
Specialties: Fetal Anomaly screening 1st trimester; Fetal Anomaly screening 2nd trimester; Fetal biometry and wellbeing; Aneuploidies; Fetal heart; Fetal growth restriction; Multiple pregnancy; 3D and 4D ultrasound
Languages: English; Chinese (Mandarin)
UOG Editorial Board, Scientific Committee, China Task Force
Member of the UOG Editorial Board
Professor in Fetal Medicine at St George’s Hospital, University of London, Director of Fetal Medicine at St George’s Hospital, former Editor-in-Chief UOG 2011-2018
Prof. Basky Thilaganathan is a specialist in the medical and surgical management of highrisk pregnancies (materno-fetal medicine) with a focus on twin pregnancy, fetal growth, fetal abnormality and pre-eclampsia. Prof. Thilaganathan's research methods include uterine Doppler and trophoblast invasion, screening for pre-eclampsia, echocardiography-based studies of maternal cardiac adaptation to pregnancy, and clinical studies of twin pregnancies.
He has authored two undergraduate and five postgraduate textbooks in obstetrics and fetal medicine and is the lead trainer for the Maternal-Fetal medicine sub-speciality training programme at St George’s Hospital, London. Prof. Thilaganathan was Editor-in-Chief of ISUOG’s Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology for nearly 8 years, within that time raising the Journal’s impact factor to 5.654. Furthermore, he has authored over 200 peer-reviewed publications in indexed journals. He is a Council Member of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG), member of the National screening Committee and also the Clinical Lead
for the first dedicated high-throughput NIPT lab in the UK NHS to undertake cfDNA aneuploidy screening in pregnancy.
Prof. Jon Hyett trained in obstetrics and gynecology and sub-specialised in maternal and fetal medicine in the UK. He is currently Joint Head of the Discipline of Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Neonataology at the University of Sydney. He is involved nationally with the Nuchal Translucency Accreditation Program of RANZCR / RANZCOG and internationally with the obstetric ultrasound accreditation programs run by the Fetal Medicine Foundation, UK and ISUOG. Jon is also involved in the Scientific Committee, which oversees the production and development of the scientific program for the ISUOG World Congress.
Specialties: Fetal anomaly screening T1 & T2; fetal biometry and wellbeing; aneuploidies; fetal anomalies; fetal heart; fetal brain; fetal growth restriction; maternal and fetal Doppler; fetal interventional procedures; multiple pregnancy; preeclampsia; preterm delivery; genetics