n South African Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology - SASUOG Congress 2011 : abstracts
|Article Title||SASUOG Congress 2011 : abstracts|
|© Publisher:||Health and Medical Publishing Group (HMPG)|
|Journal||South African Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology|
|Publication Date||Jan 2011|
|Pages||82 - 89|
Combined ultrasound very early diagnostic scan (CUVEDIS) : the advantages of fetal anomaly scan at the NT examination
What you see depends on what you look at : genetic-fetal ultrasound perspective
First-trimester fetal cardiovascular system
Ultrasound in placenta accreta
Invasive testing in HIV-positive women
Fetal euthanasia - who benefits?
Clinical anatomy of the pelvic floor
Pelvic floor trauma
Mesh surgery for incontinence and prolapse : an imaging perspective
Adnexal masses in pregnancy - how to work them out
Nasal bone : fact or myth?
Early (14 - 16-week) scan versus late (18 - 22-week) scan
Fetal anaemia - why is it still a headache?
Skeletal dysplasias, the genetic link
The fetal heart - what really matters
Ultrasound safety and the ALARA principle
Routine scan policy - from the dark ages to the bright future
Counselling for Down syndrome screening in private practice
Postmortem - how it assists in diagnosis
Obstetrics and gynaecology ultrasound services can assist medical officers at primary health care level : Khayelitsha CHC
Twin pregnancy with a complete hydatiform mole and surviving coexistent fetus : case report and review of the literature
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