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The diagnosis of fetal anomalies is one of the most important issues in obstetrics and in our clinical practice. The ability to detect fetal pathologies should neither be a sterile exercise of medical skill nor a skill reserved to the aristocracy of obstetrics and fetal medicine. The diagnosis of fetal pathologies is essential not only to take a decision whether to terminate a pregnancy, but it also helps in avoiding fetal compromises/sequels, choosing the appropriate management for each pathological condition and, in some specific situations, allow us to treat the fetus directly in the maternal womb. Nowadays, this awareness shifts our profession into a new era and constantly pushes us to improve our skills.

Here some images of the recent international course “Modern Ultrasound Techniques in Prenatal Diagnosis” held at the headquarters of the PSUOG (Permanent School of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology – c/o CEMER – European Medical and Research Center, via del Giochetto 53 / A , Perugia). Thanks to all the participants and to all the collaborators for the precious help. A special thanks to prof. Rabih Chaoui, to prof. Bernard Benoit and to prof. Gian Carlo Di Renzo for their contribution.
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Permanent School of Ultrasound in Ob/Gyn (PSUOG)

c/o European Medical and Research Center
via Del Giochetto 53/A, 06122, Perugia (Italy)
Director: Graziano CLERICI, MD PhD
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