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Case of the month

Ectopic pregnancy

Learning outcomes; On completing this case study, reading associated articles and answering related questions, you will;

  • Expand your knowledge on the spectrum of symptoms and signs of ectopic pregnancy ...

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Interested in a Professional Diploma in Practical Ultrasound?

Distance learning course. CPD Accredited
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Joint ESHRE campus: Ultrasound in assisted reproduction technologies (ART) and early pregnancy

This course will provide an overview of the clinical applications of ultrasound in infertility management
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BSGI Events

BSGE and BSGI joint meeting on Endometriosis

10th November 2017
This meeting will be an excellent opportunity to present and discuss all the latest developments related to the diagnosis, staging and management of endometriosis. This meeting is supported by Endometriosis UK.

AGM at the 10th Annual Scientific Meeting

5th May 2017
The next AGM will be held on Friday 5 May at the Nicolson Building, University of Birmingham. Send your agenda items to