Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology (2019 IF: 5.571), the official journal of the International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology (ISUOG), is the leading international peer-reviewed journal in the field. UOG features the latest, most clinically relevant research, including guidelines, consensus statements, expert commentaries, original articles and systematic reviews. UOG is incorporated in all the major abstract and indexing databases, including Index Medicus and Current Contents.
Beginning in 1991 with the first issue UOG Journal and the first World Congress, ISUOG has now grown to over 15,700 members in 140 countries. Join our growing global community and gain access to a broad range of educational resources for all training and professional levels.
ISUOG’s long term vision is that every woman in the world has access to ultrasound, that every scan provider is competent and that the diagnosis of obstetric and gynecologic conditions is effective so that women’s health outcomes improve.
Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology: most recent articles
- Indications for fetal echocardiography: Italian Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology (SIEOG) guidelines using GRADE methodology
- Late first‐trimester ultrasound findings can alter management after high‐risk NIPT result
- Tractography of fetal visual pathway
- Perinatal outcomes of monochorionic triplet pregnancies: multicenter cohort study
- How to differentiate PHACES syndrome from Blake pouch cyst in first half of pregnancy
- Counseling in fetal medicine: update on mild and moderate fetal ventriculomegaly
- Prenatal exome sequencing analysis in fetuses with central nervous system anomalies
- Outcome of twin–twin transfusion syndrome complicated by selective fetal growth restriction: systematic review and meta‐analysis
- Performance of subjective assessment and IOTA ADNEX model in evaluation of adnexal masses in patients with breast cancer
- Predictive value of fetal growth trajectory from 20 weeks of gestation onwards for severe adverse perinatal outcomes in low‐risk population: secondary analysis of IRIS study
- Prevalence and detection rate of major congenital heart disease in twin pregnancies in Denmark
- Value of fetal pelvic ultrasound examination in diagnosis of rectourethral fistula by maternal transvaginal route
- Outcome‐based comparative analysis of five fetal growth velocity models to define slow growth
- Presurgery motor level assessment for prediction of motor level at birth in fetuses undergoing prenatal repair of open spina bifida: time to abandon anatomical level in counseling
- Adverse outcome following selective termination of presenting twin vs non‐presenting twin
- Fetal endoscopic tracheal occlusion for congenital diaphragmatic hernia: systematic review and meta‐analysis
- Hidden in plain sight: role of residual myometrial thickness to predict outcome of Cesarean scar pregnancy
- Prediction of fetal and neonatal outcomes after preterm manifestations of placental insufficiency: systematic review of prediction models
- Visualizable intracardiac flow pattern in fetuses with congenital heart defects: pilot study based on blood speckle‐tracking echocardiography
- Development and clinical validation of real‐time artificial intelligence diagnostic companion for fetal ultrasound examination
- Assessment of longitudinal brain development using super‐resolution magnetic resonance imaging following fetal open spina bifida surgery
- Pre‐eclampsia screening in Denmark (PRESIDE): national validation study
- Malformation of cortical development with abnormal cortex: early ultrasound diagnosis between 14 and 24 weeks of gestation
- Fetal cardiac function at midgestation and conception by in‐vitro fertilization
- Offline ultrasound–ultrasound fusion imaging for assessment of normal fetal brain development: the way forward?
- Issue Information
- Femur development in fetal growth restriction as observed on prenatal magnetic resonance imaging
- Late‐gestation prediction of outcome in tricuspid valve dysplasia and Ebstein's anomaly using fetal tricuspid regurgitation waveform analysis
- Predicting spontaneous preterm birth in asymptomatic high‐risk women with cervical cerclage
- Is posterior compartment prolapse associated with anal incontinence?