Are you joining us at ISUOG 2019? Be sure to check out our top-quality pre-congress courses, which will take place on Saturday 12th October. Taking palace prior to the main program, these courses allow to explore a particular subject area in more detail and depth. These courses will also be available to live stream. Registration is open now via the official 29th World Congress registration page.
Are you coming to ISUOG Fetal Anomalies 2019? Join us in Athens, Greece or via live stream on 3-5 May 2019 for an advanced overview on the diagnosis and management of fetal anomalies. At this ISUOG education course, you’ll be hearing from leading international experts in the field such as Prof. Rabih Chaoui, Prof. Asma Khalil, Prof. Dario Paladini, Prof. Aris Papageorghiou, Prof. Ann Tabor and Prof. Nikos Vrachnis.
Visit VISUOG, ISUOG’s visual encyclopedia, to discover new chapters on Omphalocele, Hepatic calcifications, Aortic stenosis, Placental lakes and Placenta previa. You can also find out how you can get involved by contributing your own images and video clips to VISUOG – full credit will be given to contributors where their media is used.
Watch the new UOG Journal video abstract on a paper by Zarutskie and colleagues assessing the role of prenatal brain imaging in the prediction of postnatal hydrocephalus treatment in fetuses that had neural tube defect repair.
Reference ranges for Doppler indices of umbilical and fetal middle cerebral arteries and cerebroplacental ratio: systematic review
Persistence of hindbrain herniation on MRI 6 weeks after prenatal myelomeningocele repair independently predicted the need for postnatal hydrocephalus treatment better than any ultrasound‐ or other MRI‐derived measurements of ventricular characteristics, finds new free-access UOG Journal study by Zarutskie and colleagues.
View a selection of highlights from past ISUOG Basic Training courses! Explore a selection of the high-quality historical Basic Training lectures from 2015-2018, categorised by speakers. These lectures are all free to access – start watching now!
In addition to the upcoming ISUOG World Congress, the unmissable leading event in the field of ultrasound in obstetrics and gynecology, there are other ISUOG events to save the date for! There are three state-of-the-art ISUOG Education courses coming your way (all available to live stream): Fetal Anomalies on the 3-5 May in Athens, Greece, First Trimester on the 4-5 May, and Urogynecology and Pelvic Floor Ultrasound on 6 July in London, UK. Additionally, our upcoming 15th ISUOG International Symposium in Brazil on 12-14 April is incorporating ISUOG Basic Training - the BT course will take place on 11 April, and will be available to live stream individually and via satellites if you can't join us onsite in São Paulo. In other Basic Training news, Basic Training’s full theoretical curriculum is now complete, so be sure to check it out! You can also view a selection of highlights from our past Basic Training courses, and find out more about our Basic Training contributors.This newsletter also contains a special International Women's Day message from ISUOG President Prof. dr. C.M. (Katia) Bilardo - scroll to the bottom to see it.
Happy #InternationalWomensDay from #SUOG! Here is a special message from ISUOG President Katia Bilardo. Join the conversation on social media with the following hashtags: #BalanceForBetter #IWD2019 #LoveUltrasound
The March issue of Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology has a special focus on management of prenatally diagnosed spina bifida, with relevant articles on neurodevelopmental outcome following prenatal vs postnatal closure, insufflation of heated and humidified, rather than cold and dry, CO2 in fetoscopic repair of spina bifida, and prenatal brain imaging for predicting the need for postnatal hydrocephalus treatment following prenatal repair of a neural tube defect.