Supplement your learning for the joint ISUOG/ISPD 'Imaging in Pregnancy' course with the following learning resources.
Join us on September 8th in Singapore for the 1-day course 'Imaging in Pregnancy,' to be delivered as a preconference course at the ISPD annual conference on Prenatal Diagnosis and Therapy. This course will be chaired by Jon Hyett and Katia Bilardo.
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 provide foundational learning materials on imaging in pregnancy including Doppler ultrasound and sonographic markers, some open to everyone and some available only to ISUOG members – some may even grant you CME points.
Some of these activities are exclusively available to our members. Become a member today.
Performance of the routine mid-trimester fetal ultrasound scan
Sonographic examination of the fetal central nervous system for performing the ‘basic examination’ and the ‘fetal neurosonogram’
Basic Training Lecture
Watch Basic Training lectures to gain foundational knowledge.
Supplement your learning with specially chosen articles from UOG.
Postmortem examination of human fetuses: comparison of two‐dimensional ultrasound with invasive autopsy
Crash sign: a new first‐trimester sonographic marker of spina bifida
OP23.01: First trimester scan for the early detection of fetal structural anomalies: women's knowledge and attitude
The cervical sliding sign: a new sonographic marker to predict impending preterm delivery in women with uterine contractions
Magnetic resonance imaging‐estimated placental perfusion in fetal growth assessment
Distinctive patterns of placental lesions in preeclampsia versus fetal growth restriction and their association with fetoplacental Doppler
View lectures on similar subjects.
Learn more about specific terminology in our member-driven online visual encyclopedia.
Earn CME points by completing relevant activites.
ISUOG Practice Guidelines: performance of fetal magnetic resonance imaging
ISUOG Practice Guidelines: use of Doppler ultrasonography in obstetrics
Early first trimester detection of fetal malformation 8-11 weeks
Ultrasound and MRI of brain malformations and acquired pathology
At the same time, 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.
Check out our speakers
ISUOG courses are led by our members, leading experts in the field of obstetrics and gynecology. See here lectures given by some of the course’s speakers at our annual Congresses, International Symposia, or other ISUOG courses:
2020 Virtual Congress Technical Congress Chair; Education Committee & Task Forces, Executive, Finance, Honours and Nominations Committees; Education Task Forces, UOG Editorial Board
Prof. dr. C.M. (Katia) Bilardo is Professor of Fetal Medicine at UMCG in the Netherlands and is an expert on ultrasound and invasive prenatal diagnosis.
Caterina (Katia) M. Bilardo was born in Savigliano (Piedmont), Italy. After completing
cum laude in 1983 the Medical studies and the Specialization in Obstetrics and
Gynaecology at the University of Turin, she trained as Fellow in Prenatal Diagnosis and
Fetal Medicine (1985- 1989) at King’s College Hospital, London, where she worked
under the supervision of Prof. S. Campbell and Prof. K. N. Nicolaides.
Since 1989 she has relocated to the Netherlands where she has worked as Consultant
and Head of the Prenatal Diagnosis Department at the Academic Medical Center
Amsterdam (1992-2010). From 2010 to 2017 she has worked as Head of the Fetal
Medicine Department at the University Medical Center Groningen where, in 2011, she
has been appointed Professor in Fetal Medicine. Since October 2017 she has moved
with the same position to the Amsterdam UMC, location VU Medical Center in
Amsterdam, where she has also been appointed as Professor in Obstetrics, Gynecology
and Fetal Medicine. In the Netherlands she has been President of the Dutch Working
Party for Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology and is currently member of the
Committee Prenatal Screening of the National Health Council.
Since 2007 she is in the Editorial Board of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology.
Since 2009 she is Board member of the International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics
and Gynecology (ISUOG). Between 2013-2017 she was Chair of the Education
Committee within ISUOG. And in 2018-2020 she has been President of the same
She has published over 200 peer-reviewed articles and supervised numerous PhD students.
In 2021 she was bestowed the Stuart Campbell award for Education.
• Doppler study of the utero-placental and fetal circulation (chief researcher
• Fetal dysmorphology ( 2D and 3D studies)
• First and second trimester ultrasound screening for aneuploidies
• First trimester ultrasound
• Psychological aspects of Screening
• Fetal cardiology
Country: The Netherlands
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; 3D & 4D ultrasound; genetics
Languages: English; Italian; French; Dutch
ISUOG Advisory Group
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