Learn more about our World Congress 2022 program topic - aneuploidy and fetal anomalies: first trimester, via our educational resources below. From videos to UOG articles, VISUOG chapters, Learning modules and ISUOG Guidelines.
Congress program sessions
Workshop [WS]: The team approach to genetic diagnosis in fetal abnormalities
To learn the multidisciplinary approach in achieving a genetic diagnosis in fetal abnormalities
Speakers: Prof. Jon Hyett, Dr Jehan Karim, Dr Karl Kagan, Dr Tessa Homfray, Dr Prathima Radhakrishnan
Date: Saturday 17th September Time: 16:05
Oral Communication [OC]: Fetal disease, structural abnormalities and developments in screening for chromosomal anomalies
Abstracts session that will include the latest research from leading professionals in the field.
Date: Saturday 17th September Time: 14:40
Review our detailed program of plenaries, workshops, masterclasses here.
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Scan imaging in the first trimester
Basic Training Resources
This leaflet is to help you understand the use of ultrasound in pregnancy, the timing of your scans, and what additional scans you might need during your pregnancy.
This leaflet is to help you understand the use and goals of early pregnancy ultrasound, how to prepare for it, and what to watch out for.
Early pregnancy ultrasound plays an important role in confirmation of pregnancy, establishing viability and location of the pregnancy, confirming fetal number and type of placentation in multiple pregnancy and facilitating early diagnosis of life-threatening abnormalities such as ectopic or molar pregnancy. In this chapter, we will provide the reader with key information on the value of early pregnancy ultrasound.
Explore chapters in the first trimester.
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