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
- Reversed blood flow at the superior sagittal sinus in hydrops fetalis
- Crown–rump length measurement: a new age for first‐trimester ultrasound?
- Acute pain facial expressions in 23‐week fetus
- Interventions to prevent preterm delivery in twin–twin transfusion with short cervix
- Low torcular Herophili position and large brain stem: tentorium angle in two fetuses with open spinal dysraphism at 11–13 weeks of gestation
- Fetal cardiac filling and ejection time fractions by pulsed‐wave Doppler: reference ranges and potential clinical application
- ESGO/ISUOG/IOTA/ESGE Consensus Statement on preoperative diagnosis of ovarian tumors
- Stratification of pregnancy care based on risk of pre‐eclampsia derived from uterine artery Doppler at 19–24 weeks' gestation
- Heterogeneity in defining fetal corpus callosal pathology: systematic review
- Characterization of hemodynamic patterns in human fetuses with cyanotic congenital heart disease using MRI
- Prenatal risk factors of neurodevelopmental impairment after fetoscopic laser photocoagulation for twin–twin transfusion syndrome: a systematic review and meta‐analysis
- Prenatal diagnosis of double‐outlet left atrium
- Characterization of the phenotypic spectrum of fetal heterotaxy syndrome by combining ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging
- Automated quantitative evaluation of atrioventricular annular plane systolic excursion in human fetuses
- Performance of a targeted cell‐free DNA prenatal test for 22q11.2 deletions in a large clinical cohort
- The ‘tongue‐filled pharynx’ sign: a new simple ultrasound clue to assess glossoptosis in Pierre Robin sequence
- Transvaginal ultrasound for the diagnosis of endometriosis in the uterosacral ligaments, torus uterinus and posterior vaginal fornix: a prospective study
- The correlations of prenatal renal ultrasound abnormalities with pathogenic CNVs in a large Chinese cohort
- Intrapulmonary artery Doppler to predict mortality and morbidity in fetuses with mild and moderate left‐sided congenital diaphragmatic hernia
- Isolated, persisting, large choroid plexus cysts should warrant neurosonographic follow‐up
- Increased incidence of first‐trimester miscarriage during the COVID‐19 pandemic
- Successful myometrial closure over protruding Cesarean scar pregnancy
- Relationship between viral load, infection‐to‐delivery interval and mother‐to‐child transfer of anti‐SARS‐CoV‐2 antibodies
- Prenatal stomach position predicts gastrointestinal morbidity at 2 years in fetuses with left‐sided congenital diaphragmatic hernia
- Optimal gestational age at delivery in isolated left‐sided congenital diaphragmatic hernia
- Is pelvic floor muscle contractility an important factor in anal incontinence?
- Transperineal and endovaginal ultrasound for evaluating suburethral masses: comparison with magnetic resonance imaging
- ISUOG statement on the safe use of Doppler for fetal ultrasound examination in the first 13 + 6 weeks of pregnancy (updated)
- Issue Information
- Imaging in gynecological disease (22): clinical and ultrasound characteristics of ovarian embryonal carcinomas, non‐gestational choriocarcinomas and malignant mixed germ cell tumors