Post-cesarean delivery niche: treatment and prevention of CSP. Co-chaired by Prof. Ilan E. Timor-Tritsch and Prof. Simon Meagher. Livestreaming: Sunday, 21 January 2024, 12:00 – 19:00 (GMT)
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According to the World Health Organization (WHO), an estimated 13 million babies are born prematurely every year. That’s roughly 25 preterm babies every minute – around the world.
El proximo "Curso avanzado de ultrasonografia de anomalias fetales" que se realizara de forma virtual el 25 de Noviembre 2023, sera una gran oportunidad para actualizar y profundizar conocimientos sobre diagnostico prenatal.
New UOG Journal videoclip on the ultrasound diagnosis of pseudoaneurysm, a rare complication of tubal ectopic pregnancy managed expectantly.
New UOG Journal videoclip showing how advanced MRI reconstruction techniques offer new insight into the longitudinal cerebral development of fetuses undergoing open spina bifida surgery.
New UOG Journal videoclip showing the value of four-dimensional spatiotemporal image correlation in the prenatal diagnosis of coronary sinus total anomalous pulmonary venous connection.
New UOG Journal videoclip demonstrating sonographic diagnosis of anorectal malformation with rectobulbar fistula at 28 weeks’ gestation.
New UOG Journal videoclip detailing sonographic characteristics of benign retroperitoneal pelvic peripheral-nerve-sheath tumors.
The November issue of Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology includes a systematic review evaluating the incidence of urological complications in women undergoing Cesarean section for placenta accreta spectrum disorders, a study proposing a new marker to facilitate identification of fetuses with agenesis of the corpus callosum, and two studies providing evidence of an association between epidural analgesia and increased risk of emergency delivery for fetal compromise. The potentially significant impact of the findings of the latter two studies are countered in an accompanying Editorial by Cavoretto and colleagues and in a series of Correspondence articles.