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Ultrasound International Open

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Impact Factor 2016

The Impact Factor 2016 for the EJU is 3.892


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SOCIETY NEWS

Prenatal Ultrasound and Autism: A Prediction Tool, a Risk Factor, Both or Neither?

Ensuring a favorable long-term neurodevelopmental outcome for the offspring has become a major objective in current Maternal – Fetal Medicine. To this end, autism remains a blind spot, and there are many reasons for this, including its clinical heterogeneity (autism spectrum disorders, ASD) and the lack of a single identifiable cause. Instead, various prenatal, perinatal and postnatal factors, often contradictory to each other, have been reported to statistically increase the risk for autism.


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Das Ultraschall-Screening für Männer ab 65 kommt – DEGUM begrüßt neue Richtlinie

Gute Neuigkeiten aus der Gesundheitspolitik: Gesetzlich krankenversicherte Männer ab 65 Jahren haben künftig Anspruch auf ein einmal durchgeführtes Ultraschall-Screening zur Früherkennung von Bauchaortenaneurysmen. Die entsprechende Richtlinie des Gemeinsamen Bundesausschusses (G-BA) ist nun zusammen mit einer Versicherteninformation in Kraft getreten. Die DEGUM sieht das als wichtigen Schritt an – empfiehlt jedoch auch Patienten mit einem besonderen Risikoprofil wie etwa Diabetes oder Rauchen sowie Frauen einzubeziehen.


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