Ultrasound examination at 35 to 37 weeks may reveal fetal anomalies that could not be observed in earlier ultrasounds, according to research recently published in Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology.
Ob/gyn, while late to the game, has the potential to climb the ranks as the specialty most instrumental to the use and development of AI.
Ultrasonography plays a critical role in the diagnosis of both complete and partial molar pregnancy.
The second slideshow of our gynecologic ultrasound collection reviews more commonly missed diagnoses and offers tips for recognizing them on ultrasound.
The first slideshow of our gynecologic ultrasound collection reviews commonly missed diagnoses and offers tips for recognizing them on ultrasound.
An expert in ultrasonography offers a five-step approach to using imaging effectively to deliver high-quality patient care.
Misdiagnosis is not uncommon but when faced with a bad situation there are steps that an ob/gyn can take to limit the damages.
Seventy-five ob/gyn residents took part in the Sixth Annual Gottesfeld-Hohler (GOHO) Memorial Foundation Resident Ultrasound Boot Camp at Mount Sinai Health System in New York on August 4 and 5.
Early imaging is key to the diagnosis of the many anomalies that are unique to multifetal gestations. The third slideshow of our ultrasound collection includes examples of these anomalies.
Ventriculomegaly, or dilation of the fetal cerebral ventricles, is a relatively common ﬁnding on prenatal ultrasound. This summary of SMFM Consult Series #45 reviews key points for diagnosis, evaluation, and management of mild fetal ventriculomegaly.