Ilan Timor Tritsch

ILAN E. TIMOR-TRITSCH, M.D.

New York University School of Medicine

Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology

550 First Avenue, NBV-9N1

New York, NY 10016

Tel: (212) 263-7952

Fax: (212) 263-7890

ilan.timor@nyumc.org

PERSONAL DATA

Date of Birth: May 21, 1936

Place of Birth: Budapest, Hungary

Citizenship: USA, Israel

EDUCATION

1963 Graduated Hebrew University Medical School, Jerusalem, Israel

1964 Rotating Internship Hadassah Hospital, Jerusalem

1965 Received M.D. degree

Postdoctoral Training

1967‑1968 Residency: Surgery, Rambam Medical Center, Haifa, Israel

1968‑1973 Residency: Obstetrics & Gynecology, Rambam Medical Center, Haifa, Israel

1971 Basic Science in Human Engineering: Technion Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel (Israeli Ob/Gyn Board requirement) Subject: Construction of a tissue-oxygen measuring Micro-electrode

1975-1977 Fellowship in Maternal Fetal Medicine, Case Western University, Cleveland, Ohio

Licensure and Certification

1978 Board Eligible – Obstetrics and Gynecology, USA

1973 Board Certification, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Israel # 9584

1976 FLEX – certified to practice in Michigan and Ohio # 37382

1986 Medical & Surgical License in State of New York # 169508

1986 DEA #BT4381290

  • Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer in Obstetrics and Gynecology # 034598

2000 New Jersey License # MA-71725

Academic Appointments

1976 Assistant Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology: Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio

1979 Senior Lecturer, Dept. Obstetrics & Gynecology: Technion Institute of Technology Medical School, Haifa, Israel

1981-1987 Associate Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology: Technion Institute of Technion Medical School, Haifa, Israel

1986‑87 Visiting Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology: Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, New York (Chairman: Mortimer G. Rosen, M.D.) New York

1987‑91 Professor of Clinical Obstetrics & Gynecology: Columbia University, College of Physicians & Surgeons NY

1991 Professor of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology – College of Physicians & Surgeons NY-Tenure of Title

1998-Present Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology: New York University School of Medicine

Hospital Appointments

1973‑1974 Staff member in Obstetrics & Gynecology: Rambam Medical Center, Haifa, Israel

1975 Clinical and Teaching Fellow: Cleveland Metropolitan General Hospital, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, and Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio.

1977 Full Staff Member with private practice rights in Obstetrics & Gynecology: Cleveland and Metropolitan General Hospital, Cleveland, Ohio

1978 Co-Director, Dept. Obstetrics & Gynecology “A”: Technion Institute of Technology Medical School, Haifa, Israel

1980‑1986 Acting Director, Dept. Obstetrics & Gynecology “A”: Rambam Medical Center, Haifa, Israel

1987-1998 Attending, Sloane Hospital for Women, Presbyterian Medical Center, New York

1987-1998 Director of Obstetrical and Gynecological Ultrasound, Department of Ob/Gyn., Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center, New York

1988-1992 Director of Obstetrics, Department of Ob/Gyn., Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, NY

1992-1995 Co-Director of Obstetrics, Department of Ob/Gyn., Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, NY

1998-Present Director, Division of Ob/Gyn Ultrasound Unit, Department of Ob/Gyn, New York University School of Medicine

AWARDS AND HONORS

1965 Received the Doljansky prize (first prize) for M.D. thesis – Experimental Construction of Tendon Sheaths by Silicone Rod Implants in the Rabbit.

1986 Second Prize for light‑poster at the Annual A.I.U.M meeting: Transvaginal Sonography with the High Frequency Transducer “A new look, a new tool”

1988 First prize for paper at the Eighth Annual Meeting of The Society of Perinatal Obstetricians. A close look at early embryonic development with the high frequency transvaginal transducer. IE Timor, D.Farine, & MG Rosen.

1988 First prize for poster at the Eighth Annual Meeting of The Society of Perinatal Obstetricians. Vaginal ultrasound for diagnosis of placenta previa. D Farine, HE Fox, & IE Timor.

1990 Award for Excellence in Residency Training. CPMC.

  • First prize for poster at the 6th World Congress in Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology: Copenhagen, September 1991: Transvaginal Multifetal Reductions: The use of a new automated spring loaded puncture device.

2001 Received the Fry Memorial Award – American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM).

2002 Received the Ian Donald Medal for Scientific Merit – International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology (ISUOG)

2004 Received the Liley Medal from the International Society The Fetus as a Patient

2007 Honorary member of the Italian Society of Ob/Gyn

2007 Honorary member of the Romanian Society of Ob/Gyn

2010 Recipient of the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine Joseph H. Holmes Clinical Pioneer Award

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND SOCIETIES

American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology

American Gynecological and Obstetrical Society (Fellow since 2009)

American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (General Member since 1983, Fellow Member since 1996)

American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine member of the Board of Governors

American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine member of the Membership Committee

American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine member of the Scientific Committee

Associazione Ostetrici Ginecologi Ospedalieri Italiani (AOGOI)

ESEGO (European Society of Endosonography in Gynecology and Obstetrics)-Honorary Member

FIGO (International Federation of Gynecology & Obstetrics): Member, Expert Advisory Panel on USG

International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology

International Society: The Fetus as a Patient

Israeli College of Ob/Gyn

Israeli Medical Society

Israeli Perinatal Society

Israeli Society of Ultrasound in Ob/Gyn (Honorary Member 1997)

New York Gynecological Society

New York Obstetrical Society

OBG Management, Advisory Panel Member

Sociedade Brasileira de Ultra-Sonografia

Society for Perinatal Obstetricians

The New York Perinatal Society

SOCIETY APPOINTMENTS AND COURSE DIRECTOR

1980-1984 Co-Chairman: Israeli Perinatal Society

1985 Chairman: Israeli Perinatal Society

1985 Organizer: first three Ob/Gyn Ultrasound Courses in Israel

1985 Founding Member: Israeli Society of Ultrasound in Ob/Gyn

1985 Chairman & organizer: 12th annual meeting of the Society of Perinatal Physiology, July 6‑11, Haifa, Israel

1987-1991 Chairman & organizer of FIVE, yearly International Conferences on Transvaginal Sonography, NY

1992-1995 American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine: Member of the Informational Media Committee

1994 Course Director: ACOG Postgraduate Course: Office Ultrasound/ Macinak Island

1996-2007 American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine: Member of the Ultrasound Practice Accreditation Commission.

1996 Course Director: Masters Symposium on Ultrasound in Ob/Gyn, 1996: Leader of Special Interest Group of SPO on Ultrasound, New York

  • New York Perinatal Society: Treasurer

1998-2001 New York Gynecological Society: Treasurer

2001-2004 New York Perinatal Society: President

2005-2006 New York Gynecological Society President

DEPARTMENTAL AND UNIVERSITY COMMITTEES AND COURSES

Patient Care Committee, Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center

Ethics Committee, Dept. of Pediatrics, Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center

Ethics Committee, Dept. of Ob/Gyn, Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center

Education Committee, Dept. of Ob/Gyn, Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center

TEACHING EXPERIENCE (Listings before 1999 available upon request)

January 6, 1999 Grand Rounds at Mt. Sinai, Early Detection of Fetal Anomalies.

January 16-17, 1999 The Seventh Annual Perinatal Ultrasound Symposium and Hands-on Fetal Echocardiography Pre-Course, New Brunswick, NJ: 1. Sonographic detection of anomalies in the first trimester, 2. Sonography of fetal brain pathology.

January 19-21, 1999 19th Annual Meeting of the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine, San Francisco, CA: Scientific Focus Group

February 7-14, 1999 7th International ISUOG Course, Bormio, Italy: Ultrasound evaluation of the cervix in pregnancy.

February 26, 1999 Grand Rounds at University of Maryland Medical Center: Sonoembryology.

March 3, 1999 Women’s Health Issues-1999, Newton, MA: Three-Dimensional Ultrasound: An emerging technology.

March 14-17, 1999 The American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine, 43rd Annual Convention, San Antonio, TX: 1. Moderator, Gynecology Scientific Session, 2. Sonographic markers of tubal diseases.

March 26-28, 1999 Fetal and Women’s Ultrasound 1999, Atlanta, GA: 1. Saline infusion sonohysterography with practical demonstration transmitted live from NYU Medical Center, 2. Practical approaches to fetal CNS evaluation, 3. Live demonstration of second trimester sonography, 4. Advanced endovaginal screening of the fallopian tubes, 5. Ovarian cancer: detection & screening, 6. Breakout Session-Anomaly detection, 7. Ultrasound in detection & management of multiple gestations, 8. Video case review, 9. Ob/Gyn sonography: interpretation rounds.

April 14-18, 1999 Opponent in PhD evaluation of thesis by Dr. Harm-Gerd Blaas for degree of Doctor Medicinae at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology

April 22-24, 1999 The Fetus as a Patient: XV International Congress, New York, NY: The Fetus as a Patient Society in perspective.

April 24-25, 1999 North Carolina Ultrasound Society 18th Annual Ultrasound Symposium, Research Triangle Park, NC: 1. Sonographic markers of tubal diseases, 2. 3-D ultrasound: do we need it?, 3. Early fetal anatomy: 9-16 weeks, 4. Early detection of fetal malformations: 9-16 weeks.

May 2-6, 1999 7th Perinatology Congress, Turkish Perinatology Society, Antalya, Istanbul: 1. There are other things beside the fetus: Let us scan the amniotic fluid, umbilical cord, and the placenta, 2. Multifetal pregnancy reduction: What have we learned about the last 10 years?, 3. The multifetal pregnancy: Sonographic aspects, 4. Labor and delivery room use of ultrasound.

May 16, 1999 Panelist at The Female Patient® Forum on Multifetal Gestations

June 24-27, 1999 12th International Workshop on Multiple Pregnancy: From Curiosity to Epidemic, Assisi, Italy: Chairperson for Prenatal diagnosis, fetal reduction session; lecture: “Bizarre” multifetal pregnancies: is art to be blamed?

July 8-11, 1999 The International Institute for Continuing Medical Education, Inc. presents State of the Art Ultrasound, Bermuda: 1. Multifetal Pregnancy Reduction: What Have We learned Over the Last 10 years?, 2. 3D Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology, 3. Evaluation of the Uterine Cavity by Saline Infusion Sonohysterography, 4. Sonohysterogram: Live Demonstration, 5. Scanning for Ovarian cancer, 6. Inflammatory Disease of the Fallopian Tube.

August 11-15, 1999 Recent Advances in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Cincinnati, OH: 1. 3-D Ultrasound-“the new kid on the block,” 2. The “neglected” structures: placenta, cord, and amniotic fluid, 3. Triage of patients with menometrorrhagia using transvaginal ultrasound.

August 28-29, 1999 American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine, New York, NY: 1. Intrauterine growth retardation: Diagnosis and management, 2. Sonographic aspects of menopause, 3. The cervix and placenta

September 9-11, 1999 Magyar Szülészeti-Nogyógyászati Ultrahang Társaság, Budapest, Hungary: A Petevezetékek Ultrahangvizsgálata (Inflammatory Diseases of the Tube).

September 15, 1999 Grand Rounds at Sound Shore Medical Center of Westchester, New Rochelle, NY: Three Dimensional Obstetric Ultrasound: What Do We Gain?

September 16-18, 1999 Board Certification in Fetal Medicine, London, England: First-trimester diagnosis of fetal abnormalities.

September 18-23, 1999 New Technologies in Reproductive Medicine, Proto Conte, Sardinia:

  1. Application of 3-D ultrasound in the first trimester, 2. Telesonography: a new tool in bringing the expert to a remote facility.

October 1-3, 1999 OB/GYN Ultrasound 1999/2000, Chicago, Illinois: 1. Ovarian Cancer: Detection Versus Screening, 2. Not All Adnexal Masses are Ovarian, 3. The 14-16 Week Transvaginal Fetal Structural Evaluation, 4. Ultrasound in Infertility, 5. Puncture Procedures in the Ob/Gyn Practice, 6. Does 2D+1D Always Equal 3D?

October 15, 1999 2nd World Congress on 3D Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology. Las Vegas, Nevada: The Central Nervous System.

October 21-23, 1999 14th International Post Graduate Course “The Fetus As A Patient”. Bari, Italy: 1. The Fetal Brain: Anatomy and Pathology. 2. The “Forgotten Structures”: Placenta, Cord, Amniotic Fluid. 3. Emergency Room and Delivery Room Use of Ultrasound.

October 30, 1999 The First Congress on Controversies in Obstetrics Gynecology & Infertility. Prague, Czech Republic: 1. The Dilemma of triplets – to reduce or not to reduce? 2. How many in one session – the technique?

November 13, 1999 3D Ultrasound Seminar. Boston, Massachusetts: 1. First Trimester Applications of 3D Ultrasound. 2. 3D Ultrasound Imaging of the Fetal Brain.

November 14-18, 1999 9th World Congress of Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology. Buenos Aires, Argentina. 1. Why scan in the office? 2. Equipment needs: can you afford it? 3. Anatomy, orientation, technique. 4. Is SIS still in the era of 3D ultrasonography for the diagnosis of uterine malformations? 5. Ultrasound of the fallopian tube.

January 21-23, 2000 OB/GYN Ultrasound 2000. Atlanta, Georgia: 1. The “Forgotten” Structures: Placenta Cord & Amniotic Fluid 2. The 14-16 Week Transvaginal Fetal Structural Evaluation 3 3D Ultrasound 4. Not All Adnexal Masses are Ovarian.

February 2, 2000 Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine 20th Annual Meeting. Miami Beach, Florida: Ultrasound in Perinatal Medicine.

February 3-5, 2000 Advanced Ultrasound Seminar: Ob/Gyn. Orlando, Florida: 1. Nuchal Translucency Thickness: Will It Prove Useful in the USA? 2. Multifetal Pregnancies: The Clinical Importance of Early Sonographic Evaluation of Zygocity 3. Sonographic Markers of Inflammatory Tubal Disease

February 13-19, 2000 10th National Convention of Italian Perinatal Society. Bormio, Italy: 3D Ultrasound: Does it help the perinatologist?

February 25, 2000 V. Czech – Israeli Conference on IVF. Prague, Czech Republic: The treatment of multiple embryo reduction – current state of the art.

February 26, 2000 5th Ultrasound Intensive Course. Homburg, Saar: 1. Transvaginal sonographic evaluation of fetal structural anomalies 2. Multifetal pregnancy: the importance of early scanning 3. Transvaginal ultrasound in the evaluation of ovarian cancer

March 3-5, 2000 State of the Art Ultrasound: Ob-Gyn. Irving, Texas: 1. Transvaginal Scanning at 14-16 Weeks; Anatomy and Pathology 2. Multifetal Pregnancy Reduction 3. 3D Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology 4. Nuchal Translucency Thickness Measurements 5. Sonography of the Fallopian Tube 6. Evaluation of Ovarian Lesions

March 11, 2000 3-D Ultrasound Seminar. Atlanta, Georgia: 1. First-Trimester Applications of 3-D Ultrasound 2. 3-D Ultrasound Imaging of the Fetal Brain 3. 3-D Volume Reconstruction and Analysis

March 23, 2000 Fetal Medicine Congress. Tel Aviv, Israel: 1. The uterine cervix and preterm labor in multiple pregnancies 2. 2D U/S and 3D U/S assessment of the fetal brain

March 27-29, 2000 Ultrasound Congress in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Harbiye, Istanbul: 1. Endometrial assessment during HRT and postmenopausal bleeding 2. Sonomarkers of the tubal disease

April 1-5, 2000 AIUM’s 44th Annual Convention. San Francisco, California: 1. First trimester Dx including nuchal translucency story 2. Sonography of the fallopian tube 3. The adnexa: not all masses are ovarian in origin 4. The early transvaginal anomaly scan, why is the US hesitating? 5. The fallopian tube: small organ, big challenge

April 28-29, 2000 Obstetrical Ultrasound. Sonderborg, Denmark: 1. Sonoembryology and its clinical value 2. Introduction to 3D imaging 3. 3D ultrasound in gynecology 4. 3D ultrasound in obstetrics

May 10-12, 2000 Advanced Obstetrical Ultrasound. Denver, Colorado: 1. 14-16 Week Transvaginal Fetal Structural Evaluation 2. Prenatal Diagnosis of Intracranial Anomalies

May 21-23, 2000 Hot Topics in Perinatal Medicine. Zakopane, Poland: 3D Ultrasound: Does it help the perinatologist?

June 9-11, 2000 Obstetrical & Gynecological Ultrasound. McLean, Virginia: 1. Ultrasound in the First Trimester 2. Three-Dimensional Ultrasound: Applications in Obstetrics and Gynecology 3. Detection of First-Trimester Fetal Anomalies

August 27, 2000 AIUM Regional Ultrasound Meeting. New York, NY: Three-Dimensional Sonography Applications in Gynecology

August 28, 2000 Diploma in Fetal Medicine. London: First-trimester diagnosis of anomalies

September 5, 2000 FIGO Satellite Session: 3D Around the World. Washington, DC: Three Dimensional Imaging of the Fetal Brain

September 14-17, 2000 Medoc Marathon. Geneva, Switzerland: 1. First Trimester Screening: New Perspectives 2. Ovarian Cysts: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

September 22-24, 2000 Advanced Sonography Symposium in Ob/Gyn. Boston: 1. The Nuchal Translucency 2. Sonographic Markers for Tubal Disease

September 24-27, 2000 XII National Congress of Italian Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology. Sardinia, Italy: 1. The New Horizons of Ultrasonic Technology 2. Cons 3-D

October 4-7, 2000 10th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology. Zagreb, Croatia: 1. 3D use in gynaecology with saline infusion sonohysterography 2. 14 week scan 3. Ectopic Pregnancy 4. Three-dimensional neurosonography in the second and third trimester 5. The forgotten structures: the placenta, the cord and the amniotic fluid. An update 6. Teleultrasonography optical image archiving: how do they help a busy imaging laboratory 7. A simple algorhythm to determine chorionicity and amnionicity in the second half of pregnancy

November 10-12, 2000 Ob/Gyn Ultrasound 2000. New York, New York: 1. Not all adnexal masses are ovarian. 2. The forgotten structures: placenta, cord, amniotic fluid. 3. 3D ultrasound: what will it do for me?

December 11-12, 2000 Jerusalem 2000 “Hot Topics” in Ob/Gyn Ultrasound. Tel Aviv. The role of three dimensional ultrasound in Ob/Gyn

January 4, 2001 Yale University School of Medicine. Grand Rounds. New Haven, CT. The 13-14 week transvaginal structural evaluation by ultrasound.

January 19-21, 2001 Ob/Gyn Ultrasound Setting Standard for Practice in 2001. Atlanta, Georgia. 1. Not all adnexal masses are ovarian 2. The 14 week anatomy scan-should everyone have one? 3. The “forgotten” structure: placenta, cord, fluid.

January 26-27, 2001 International 3-D Ultrasound Congress. Miami Beach, Florida. 3-D ultrasound of the fetal brain.

February 4-10, 2001 11th Corso di Aggiornamento in Medicina Perinatale. Bormio: Should a fetal neuroscan be part of routine malformation workup protocol?

March 11-14, 2001 American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine – 45th Annual Convention. Orlando, FL. 1. Sonographic Fetal Brain 2. Sonographic Examination of the Cervix: Techniques & Pitfalls 3. Sonographic Markers of Tubal Disease 4. 3D Applications in GYN Scanning

March 23-25, 2001 2001 Semmelweis-Waters Obstetrical & Gynecological Conference. East Rutherford, NJ. Role of GYN ultrasound in the evaluation of peri- and postmenopausal bleeding

March 26-28, 2001 World Class Ob/Gyn Ultrasound. Las Vegas, Nevada. 1. The early transvaginal anomaly scan: why is the United States hesitating? 2. Update on sonographic screening for ovarian cancer 3. The fallopian tube: small organ, big challenge

March 31, 2001 Medison Ultrasound Institute. New York, New York. 1. 3D Fetal Brain 2. 3D Ultrasound in Obstetrics

April 22, 2001 National Abortion Federation 25th Annual Meeting Shaping the Future of Safe Abortion Care. Chicago, Illinois.

April 27, 2001 Long Island College Hospital. Brooklyn, NY. Grand Rounds: Early detection of fetal anomalies by nuchal translucency.

May 2, 2001 The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists Annual Clinical Meeting. Chicago, Illinois. Use of ultrasound to diagnose uterine anomalies. 2. Triage of abnormal uterine bleeding.

May 8, 2001 Grand Rounds at Long Island Hospital. Brooklyn, NY. Early Detection of Fetal Anomalies by Nuchal Translucency.

May 9, 2001 Leon Mann Visiting Professorship Lecture at Metro Health. Cleveland, Ohio. Obstetrical and Gynecological Aspects of 3D Ultrasound.

May 15, 2001 Grand Rounds at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center. Englewood, NJ. First and Early Second Trimester Ultrasound.

May 19, 2001 Difficult Issues in the Obstetrics and Gynecology Practice. New York, NY. What’s New in Gynecologic Ultrasound?

May 25-28, 2001 Sociedad Colombiana De Ultrasonografia Medica-SOCOUM. Bogota, Columbia. 1. Early structural evaluation of the fetus between 9-14 weeks. 2. Fetal neurosonography. 3. Ultrasonography of the fallopian tube. 4. The neglected structures: placenta, cord and amniotic fluid. 4. New horizons of ob/gyn. Ultrasound in the 21st century.

June 1-2, 2001 Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center at Amarillo. Amarillo, Texas. 1. Clinical Applications of 3D Ultrasound in Gynecology and Obstetrics. 2. Clinical Applications of Transvaginal Sonography in Pregnancy.

June 8, 2001 Sloane Alumni Day Symposium. New York, NY. 3D Imaging of Ob/Gyn.

June 10-16, 2001 1° Corso di Aggiornamento in Medicina Embrio-Fetale e Perinatale. Villasimius, Cagliari. Transvaginal Ultrasound in Fetal Brain.

August 24-26, 2001 Practical Aspects of Obstetrical and Gynecological Ultrasound: Optimize Your Skills. New York, NY. 1.The structural survey at 13-14 weeks – can we do it? 2. Neglected structures: placenta, cord and amniotic fluid 3. Evaluation of the pelvic mass – benign or malignant?

September 6-9, 2001 The Second World Congress on Controversies in Obstetrics Gynecology and Infertility. Paris France. Sonography for early diagnosis-mass screening.

September 18-21, 2001 Gynaecological Ultrasound Course. London, England. 1. Embryonic and placental abnormalities in the first trimester 2. Ultrasound diagnosis of tubal ectopic 3. Expectant and medical treatment of tubal ectopics 4. The beginning and future of transvaginal sonography

September 23-27, 2001 World Congress of Perinatal Medicine. Barcelona, Spain. 1. 3D evaluation of the fetal brain 2 Sonographic evaluation of zygosity in the first trimester

October 2-3, 2001 CNS Ultralyd Kursus. Copenhagen/Aarhus, Denmark. 1. Embryology – Normal ultrasonography of the fetal brain – Biometry of the fetal brain 2. Fetal neurosonography of congenital brain anomalies 3. Fetal neurosonography of congenital brain

October 10, 2001 Children’s Hospital of New York Research Conference. New York, NY. Three-dimensional ultrasound in obstetrics: does it really help?

October 23-28, 2001 11th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Melbourne, Australia. 1. CNS: 3D of the fetal brain 2. Ultrasound of the cervix 3. Treatment of ectopic pregnancy by transvaginal puncture 4. Ultrasound screening for ovarian cancer 5. Expectant and medical treatment of tubal ectopic pregnancies 6. Ultrasound assessment of anal sphincter trauma 7. Ultrasound based diagnosis of pelvic infection 8. Saline infusion sonohysterography should be used routinely for the investigation of abnormal uterine bleeding: FOR 9. Evaluation of the developing central nervous system and anomalies

November 3, 2001 Atlanta Course. Atlanta, Georgia. 1. Fetal brain made simple. 2. U.S. triage of patient with uterine bleeding.

November 28, 2001 Grand Rounds at North Shore Hospital. Manhasset, NY. 3-D ultrasound in obstetrics and gynecology

January 26-27, 2002 The Fetal Medicine Foundation Certificate of Competence Course: The 11-14 Weeks Scan. London, England. 1. Early fetal anomaly scan.

February 3-10, 2002 12th Course on Perinatal Medicine. Bormio, Italy. 1. Pregnancy and maternal neoplasia: ultrasound aspects; 2. Cystic brain lesions.

February 7-9, 2002 Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club Resort. Orlando, Florida. 1. 3-D ultrasound in ob/gyn: technique, equipment and indications; 2. Can the nuchal translucency scan be continued with an early fetal anomaly scan at 13-14 postmenstrual weeks; 3. The current status of ovarian cancer screening.

February 15-17, 2002 Ob/Gyn Ultrasound Master Series. San Antonio, Texas. 1. Early detection of fetal anomalies. 2. Scanning the cervix: its many aspects. 3. Differential diagnosis of adnexal masses. 4. 3D ultrasound in gynecology: the present. 5. Sonographic aspects of infertility. 6. “Forgotten” structures: the placenta, cord and amniotic fluid.

March 10-13, 2002 46th Annual Convention Exhibitor Prospectus-AIUM. Nashville, Tennessee. 1. Is there anything new in the area of ultrasound of ectopic pregnancy. 2. 3D ultrasound in gynecology: gimmick or gold (standard)? 3. Anal sphincter scanning with a transvaginal transducer can evaluate anal sphincter integrity. 4. Transrectal versus transabdominal scanning when the vaginal probe is contraindicated. 5. The adnexa: practical aspects and images. 6. Differential diagnosis of adnexal masses. 7. The fetal brain in three dimensions.

March 23, 2002 Sixth Annual Ob/Gyn Ultrasound Symposium. Farmington, CT. 1. Ovarian mass scoring. 2. Ectopic pregnancy.

March 25-27, 2002 World Class Ob/Gyn Ultrasound. Las Vegas, Nevada. 1. Triage of the patient with uterine bleeding: saline infusion sonohysterography. 2. Not all adnexal masses are ovarian. 3. Ovarian masses and ovarian cancer screening.

April 12-14, 2002 State of the Art for Women’s Health Ob/Gyn Ultrasound Master Series. Chicago, Illinois. 7 Lectures

April 25-28, 2002 The Fetus as a Patient. Budapest, Hungary. 1. The Embryo as a patient. 2. Transvaginal scan of the multifetal pregnancy

May 14-19, 2002 2nd Course of Embryonic, Fetal and Perinatal Medicine. Cagliari, Sardinia. 1. Early Fetal Defects Scan. 2. Multifetal Embryo Reduction.

May 19-22, 2002 3rd Ultrasound Congress in Obstetrics and Gynecology & Ian Donald Ultrasound Course. Antalya, Turkey. 1. Cystic Brain Lesions in Fetus. 2. Evaluating the Abdominal Wall in the Fetus. 3. New Observations on Scanning the Uterus: the “niche in the scan”. 4. What is the future in Ob/Gyn Ultrasound.

May 31, 2002 New York Statewide Genetics Conference. Albany, NY. 3-D Ultrasound in Obstetrics.

June 20-23, 2002 3rd World Congress on Controversies in Ob/Gyn & Infertility, Washington, DC. Ultrasound in the management of multiple pregnancy; Ultrasound screening for anomalies to all patients: should it be routine? When should it be performed?

June 27-29, 2002 Swiss Congress. Interlaken, Switzerland. Early fetal anatomy scan.

August 22-24, 2002 ACOG Postgraduate Course on Prenatal Ultrasound. Montreal, Canada. Ectopic pregnancy: sonographic diagnosis and pitfalls; The uterus: saline infusion, sonohysterography, and uterine malformations; Prenatal sonographic diagnosis of fetal brain anomalies; Sonographic evaluation of the ovaries and fallopian tubes.

September 23, 2002 Grand Rounds at Valley Hospital. Ridgewood, NJ. Detection of fetal anomalies in the first trimester.

September 24-27, 2002 Gynaecological Ultrasound Course. Regent’s Park, London. Ultrasound diagnosis of ectopic pregnancy; Expectant, medical and surgical treatment of ectopics; Invasive procedures in gynaecology.

October 4-6, 2002 Advanced Sonography Symposium in Ob/Gyn. Boston, MA. The 13-14 week structural survey; 3D ultrasound-should it be in everyday life?

October 25-26, 2002 Frontiers of GYN Endoscopy 2002. Staten Island, NY. 6 lectures.

November 2-7, 2002 12th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology-ISUOG. New York, NY. 6 lectures.

November 11-12, 2002 First Biennial Conference on the Human Embryo and Fetus in the Medical Sciences-A Special Rappaport Symposium. Tel Aviv, Israel. Fetal Ultrasonography in the third millennium.

November 25-26, 2002 New Development in Obstetrical Ultrasonography. Barcelona, Spain. 1. 3D evaluation of fetal central nervous system anomalies; 2. When 3D ultrasonography must be used?

December 6-8, 2002 Ft. Lauderdale, FL. 3D of the fetal brain.

February 3-8, 2003 Society For Maternal-Fetal Medicine 23rd Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA . 4D ultrasound-normal fetus evaluation and role in guiding OB procedure.

February 13-15, 2003 The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists Postgraduate Continuing Medical Education Courses. St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands. 1. Ultrasound diagnosis of down syndrome; 2. Scanning the multifetal pregnancy; 3. Use of 3D ultrasound; 4. Diagnosing IUGR; 5. Dating a pregnancy; 6. Early anatomy scans;7. How should ultrasound be used?

February 28, 2003 Advanced Courses in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Napoli, Italy. 1. Normal and abnormal neuroanatomy; 2. Diagnosis of implantation abnormalities; 3. TVS & Labor; 4. TVS & obstetric complications; 5. TVS monitoring of Ob/Gyn intrauterine procedures.

March 20-23, 2003 Ob/Gyn Ultrasound Master Series. Paradise Island, Bahamas. 1. The early genetic scan: is it practical? 2. Scanning the cervix: its many aspects. 3. Sonographic aspects of infertility. 4. Differential diagnosis of inflammatory diseases of the pelvis. 5. Anomalies detected using the early scan.

April 24-27, 2003 The Fourth World Congress on Controversies in Obstetrics Gynecology & Infertility. Berlin, Germany. 1. Prenatal screening is best done in the first trimester 2. The role for emergency cerclage-the role of the ultrasound.

May 1-4, 2003 XIX International Congress of The Society-The Fetus As A Patient. Barcelona, Spain. 1. How accurate is US in recognizing the cause of fetal ventriculomegaly? 2. 3D in first trimester 3. Is there enough data to support a 13-14 week anatomy scan.

May 9-11, 2003 Ob/Gyn Ultrasound Master Series. Washington, DC. 1. The early genetic scan: is it practical? 2. Scanning the cervix: its many aspects 3. Sonographic aspects of infertility 4. Video of fetal anatomy scan: “how I do it.”

May 28, 2003 Second Perinatal Symposium. Elmhurst, NY. 1. Ultrasound in the third millennium.

May 31-June 4, 2003 10th World Congress of the World Federation for Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology-AIUM. Montreal, Canada. 1. Sonoembryology 2. Why should the first fetal anomaly scan be performed before 15-16 weeks? 3. Normal anatomic structures visible by TVS at 13-14 weeks 4. The first fetal anatomic survey should be performed transvaginally at 14 weeks, instead of transabdominally at 18 weeks (Pro) 5. 3D Ultrasonography in fetal central nervous system abnormalities.

June 16-18, 2003 Advanced Course of Ultrasound in Ob and Gyn of the Ian Donald School of Medical Ultrasound. Bari, Italy. 1. 3D of the fetal brain 2. Is there enough data to support a 13-14 weeks anatomy scan?

June 23-28, 2003 Second World Congress in Fetal Medicine 2003. Lisbon, Portugal. 1. The early fetal anomaly scan 2. Multifetal pregnancy reduction

July 10, 2003 Ultrasound Training Course For Residents. New Haven, CT. Gyn Pathology.

Aug 31-Sep 4, 2003 13th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology. Paris, France. 1. A Problem Case 3. Scanning the female pelvis.

September 13-16, 2003 The 6th World Congress of Perinatal Medicine. Osaka, Japan. 3D ultrasound of the fetal brain.

November 5, 2003 Continuing Medical Education Course at Tel Aviv University. Video-conference, New York City. Scanning the pelvic floor.

November 7-9, 2003 The Best of the Big Apple – Ob/Gyn Ultrasound 2003. New York, NY. 1. The case for an early and important anomaly scan 2. Multifetal pregnancy reduction: its current status 3. The place of 3D and 4D ultrasound in clinical practice 4. Sorting out adnexal pathology with ultrasound

November 13, 2003 Grand Rounds at Gouverneur Hospital. New York, NY. Early detection of fetal anomalies.

December 4-6, 2003 12th Annual Ob/Gyn Ultrasound Update For Clinical Practice. Ft. Lauderdale, FL. 1. The early anomaly scan: should we do it at 14 weeks? 2. 3D in gynecology 3. A look at the placenta-“A forgotten organ”

December 19, 2003 Grand Rounds at Long Island College Hospital. New York, NY. Ultrasound of adnexal pathology

January 17-18, 2004 The 12th Annual Perinatal Ultrasound Symposium “Hot Topics.” New Brunswick, NJ.

  1. 3D ultrasound in ob/gyn: is it for everybody? 2. New real time ultrasound directed procedures in obstetrics and gynecology. 3. New data supporting first trimester fetal structural evaluation.

February 19-21, 2004 27th Annual Advanced Ultrasound Seminar: Ob/Gyn. Orlando, FL. 1. 3D ultrasound in Ob/Gyn: is it for everybody? 2. New real time ultrasound directed procedures in obstetrics and gynecology 3. New data supporting first trimester fetal structural evaluation.

March 18-21, 2004 The Ob/Gyn Ultrasound Master Series 2004-2005. San Juan, PR. 1. Differential diagnosis of inflammatory diseases of the pelvis. 2. Anomalies detected using the early scan. 3. Scanning the cervix: its many aspects. 4. Sonographic aspects of infertility. 5. 3D imaging-is it for everyone.

March 25-28, 2004 Morzine 2004. Morzine, France. 1. Fetal ventriculomegaly: a big bag of diagnosis 2. Fetal neuroscan: 2 and 3 dimensional scans.

April 5-6, 2004 World Class Ultrasound: Advances in Ob/Gyn Ultrasound. Las Vegas, Nevada. 1. 3D in Ob 2. 3D in Gyn.

April 18, 2004 Navigating the Barriers: Abortion Care in 2004 and Beyond. New Orleans, LA. 1. Ultrasonographic determination of incomplete abortion. 2. Unpleasant surprises in TOPs. 3. The benefits of real-time sonography for abortion care: when it is critical, optional, unnecessary.

April 21, 2004 3D/4D Current Concepts and Clinical Techniques. NY, NY. 1. 3D in ob. 2. 3D in Gyn. 3. 4D view.

April 24-26, 2004 XX International Congress of the Society “The Fetus as a Patient.” Fukuoka, Japan. 1. Can sonographers (ultrasound technicians) perform early fetal anatomy scans between 11 and 14 weeks in the USA? 2. Fetal ventriculomegaly: an update

May 1, 2004 ACOG 52nd Annual Clinical Meeting. Philadelphia, PA. 1. Ultrasound evaluation of the adnexa 2. Use of 3D ultrasound in gynecology

May 8, 2004 BioCare Diagnostics. Boston, MA. 1. Anomalies of the fetal brain.

May 12, 2004 Women’s Imaging Symposium, Atlantic City, NJ. 1. Inflammatory processes in the female pelvis: not all adnexal masses are ovarian 2. Nuchal translucency and the nasal bone: effective screening for aneuploidies and other anomalies 3. Early scanning of fetal anomalies

May 14-16, 2004 The Ob/Gyn ultrasound Master Series 2004-2005. Chicago, IL. 6 lectures.

May 20, 2004 4th AOGOI Course of Embryonic, Fetal, and Perinatal Medicine. Villasimius, Cagliari. 1. Ultrasound of the fetal brain 2. Ectopic pregnancy.

May 29, 2004 38th Annual Congress of the AOGQ. Montreal, Canada. What is new in ob-gyn ultrasound?

June 9, 2004 Grand Rounds-New York Methodist Hospital. Brooklyn, NY. Tubal inflammatory diseases.

June 20-22, 2004 2004 AIUM Annual Convention. Phoenix, AZ. 1. Use of angiography in gynecologic ultrasound 2. Emergency Ob/Gyn ultrasound 3. Are puncture injections of ectopic pregnancies indicated?

Aug 31-Sep 4, 2004 14th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology. Stockholm, Sweden. 1. Emergency gynecology and assessing pelvic pain and infection in the office 2. Clinical scanning strategies 3. The early anomaly scan 4. Anomalies 5. Investigating and treating women with problem periods 6. Case 12-A case involving a difficult differential diagnosis 7. Abnormal uterine bleeding after the menopause: can we use ultrasound to select women that need intervention? 8. Challenging case reviews 9. A new approach to ultrasound guided procedures on the uterus 10. The effect of SERMs on the postmenopausal endometrium 11. Abnormal uterine bleeding: using ultrasound to avoid unnecessary intervention

October 2, 2004 Ultrasound Conference. Albany, NY. 1. Ovarian and Endometrial cancer screening 2. 3D ultrasound in Ob/Gyn

October 7-9, 2004 Advanced Applied Ultrasound in Obstetrics. New Orleans, Louisiana. 1. Sonographic evaluation of preterm labor 2. Sonographic management of abnormal vaginal bleeding 3. Ultrasound of the fetal brain

October 21, 2004 Grand Rounds. Columbia Presbyterian Hospital. New York, NY. 3D in Ob/Gyn

October 29-31, 2004 Octava Convencion Annual Sociedad Radiologica De P.R. Ponce, PR. 1. Differential diagnosis of inflammatory disease of the pelvis 2. Ectopic Pregnancy 3. Sonographic aspects of infertility 4. Gynecologic cancer: update

November 3, 2004 V730 New York Class. Weehawken, NJ. 1. The advances of 3D in ob/gyn and sharpen your eyes in real time 2. Hands On (live scanning, pregnant models)

November 5-7, 2004 Dru Carlson Memorial Symposium. Los Angeles, CA. 1.Fetal ventriculomegaly revisited 2. Interesting case studies in 3D 3. Gynecological uses of 3D ultrasound

November 12-13, 2004 23rd Annual Fall Symposium – Autumn in New Cork 2004. New York, NY. 1. Fetal anatomy in the first trimester 2. The brain in the second trimester

March 11-13, 2005 Philips Ultrasound 3D Clinical Training. Los Angeles, CA. 1. Challenging Cases – 3D/4D and Fetal STIC 2. Introduction to 3D/4D in Gyn 3. Challenging 3D Gyn Cases

March 15, 2005 Grand Rounds at Nassau University Medical Center. East Meadow, NY. Ob and Gyn uses of 3-D ultrasound.

March 17, 2005 GE Ultrasound LOGIQ Training Course. New York, NY. 1. 3D in Ob 2. 3D in Gyn 3. 4D view

March 18, 2005 4th Annual Vincent Freda Honorary Symposium. New York NY. Ultrasound and the fetal brain

April 14-17, 2005 7th World Congress on Controversies in Obstetrics, Gynecology and Infertility. Athens, Greece. 1. Prenatal screening is best done in the first trimester, “18 week” anatomy scan: useless-waste of time and money! 2. No more need for hysterosalpingogram to diagnose uterine anomalies: we now have 3D ultrasound

April 28-30, 2005 XXI International Congress of the Society. Buenos Aires, Argentina. 1. 3D of the fetal brain 2. Early comprehensive fetal evaluation: nuchal translucency, fetal anomaly screen and biochemical tests 3. Mild ventriculomegaly: prognosis and outcome. Is it useful?

April 29-May 1, 2005 3D Ob/Gyn Hands-on Workshop. Los Angeles, CA. 1. Fetal anomalies I 2. Introduction to gynecology scanning 3. Advanced gynecology

May 7, 2005 BioCare Diagnostics Educational Symposium-Emerging Trends in Ultrasound. Waltham, MA. First trimester anatomy scans: the future is now!

May 19-22, 2005 5 Corse AOGOI di Aggiornamento Teorico Pratico in Medicina Embrio-Fetale e Perinatale. Villasimius, Cagliari. 1. Fetal ventriculomegaly revisited 2. Emergency room uses of ob/gyn ultrasound

May 26, 2005 NTD Laboratories, Inc. East Norwich, NY. Use of 3D ultrasound in obstetrics.

June 10, 2005 Sloane Alumni Day Symposium. New York, NY. Prenatal diagnosis is best done in the first trimester: the 18 week scan is a waste of time

June 18-22, 2005 2005 AIUM Annual Convention and 50th Anniversary Celebration. Orlando, FL. Fetal neurosonography beyond the lateral ventricles.

June 30-July 3, 2005 Philips Ultrasound 3D Clinical Training. Berlin, Germany. 1. Fetal 3D neurosonography 2. Introduction to 3D/4D in Gyn

September 14, 2005 Long Island Jewish Medical Center – Grand Rounds. New Hyde Park, NY. 1. Early scanning of fetal anomalies

September 20, 2005 NYU Medical Center Ovarian Cancer-What is your risk and what can you do about it? New York, NY. 1. Detection of ovarian cancer through ultrasound

September 21-24, 2005 7th World Congress of Perinatal Medicine. Zagreb, Croatia. 1. Why is 3D ultrasound the best tool to evaluate the fetal brain? 2. New horizons of obstetrical ultrasound in 2005. 3. Does modern obstetrics technology have a significant impact on perinatal outcome? Yes

September 25-29, 2005 15th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Vancouver, Canada. 1. The normal fetal brain. Multiplanar and 3D approach. 2. Prenatal insults, infective fetopathy.

October 12-15, 2005 The Fetus As a Patient 2005. St Stefan. 1. 3D ultrasound in gynecology 2. Fetal ventriculomegaly revisited 3. Ultrasound guided procedures in Ob/Gyn

November 4-6, 2005 The Best of the Big Apple: ObGyn Ultrasound 2005. New York, NY. 1. Ultrasound and adnexal masses: the learning curve continues 2. Incorporation of ultrasound into the diagnosis and treatment of infertility 3. Is the cervix short? 4. 3D-4D applications in gynecology 5. Live scanning demo-normal gynecology

November 11, 2005 Update in Obstetrics/Gynecology 2005. Garden City, NY. 1. 3D ultrasound in obstetrics 2. Fetal structural evaluation at 9-16 weeks.

November 18, 2005 GE Healthcare Ultrasound Training Course. Garden City, NY. 1. The advances of 3D in ob/gyn and sharpen your eyes in real time

December 1-4, 2005 14th Annual Ob/Gyn Ultrasound Update For Clinical Practice. Fort Lauderdale, FL. 1. 3d-4D in gynecology 2. Scanning the pelvic floor 3. Evidence based data on early fetal anatomy scans. 4. Placental pathology, “old” problem “new” diagnostic techniques

December 8-11, 2005 Kaáli Intézet. Budapest, Hungary. 1. The use of 3D ultrasound in GYN and infertility.

December 16, 2005 24th Annual Morton A. Bosniak Head to Toe Imaging Conference. New York, NY. 1. Current applications of 3D ultrasound: gynecology 2. The adnexal mass: guidelines for a more clinically meaningful ultrasound report.

February 16,-17, 2006 UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. New Brunswick, NJ. 1. Fetal structural evaluation at 9-16 weeks. 2. Why wonder? Sonographic management of abnormal vaginal bleeding.

February 22-23, 2006 Israeli US Society Meeting. Tel Aviv, Israel. 1. Ultrasound of the pelvic floor. 2. 3D ultrasound in gynecology.

March 17-19, 2006 First Romanian Ian Donald School. Bucharest, Romania. 1. Early transvaginal anatomy scan of the fetus. 2. 2D and 3D evaluation of the fetal brain.

March 23-26, 2006 2006 AIUM Annual Convention and Preconvention Program. Washington, DC. Overview of the 3-dimensional applications in gynecology: practical aspects of where we are now.

April 27-30, 2006 2006 Ob-Gyn Ultrasound Master Series. Chicago, IL. 1. Gynecological applications 2. Ultrasound and adnexal masses: the learning curve continues 3. The endometrial echo revisited (including sonohysterography): have we created a monster? 4. Reducing surgical intervention with transvaginal ultrasound 5. Incorporation of ultrasound into the diagnosis and treatment of infertility 6. Menopausal dilemmas: the role of ultrasound 7. Complexity of the complex mass and the simplicity of a simple cyst 8. Is this cervix short?

May 5, 2006 Grand Rounds at Maimonides Medical Center. Brooklyn, NY. Why wonder? Sonographic management of abnormal vaginal bleeding.

May 18-21, 2006 6th AOGOI COURSE Embryonic, Fetal, and Perinatal Medicine. Cagliari-Sardinia. 1. Increasing use of 3D in gynecology 2. Ultrasound of the placenta: old subject-new issues 3. Ultrasound in multiple pregnancies.

May 23-24, 2006 6th Annual Meeting on Three-Dimensional Ultrasound. Tel Aviv, Israel. 1. 3D ultrasound of the brain-do we really need it? 2. 3D ultrasound: gimmick or breakthrough.

June 24, 2006 First Trimester Obstetrical Ultrasound & Prenatal Screening. New Haven, CT. 1. 11-14 Week Scan (Nuchal Translucency) & Fetal Aneuploidy 2. Increased NT with a normal Karyotype 3. Multiple pregnancies and other findings 4. First trimester diagnostic procedures 5. The impact of first trimester screening on prenatal care 6. Nasal bone assessment

September 3-7, 2006 16th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology (ISUOG). London, UK. 1. The six year experience of a single practice with CNS anomalies. 2. 3D inversion rendering helps in making the Dx of hydrosalpinx. 3. 3D “thick slice” rendering of suspected uterine malformation obviates the use of saline infusion sonohysterogrpahy to establish the diagnosis 4. Decidualized hypervascularized ovarian endometrioma in pregnancy: can it be distinguished from cancer to avoid surgery.

September 18-19, 2006 Prenatal Imaging: Ultrasound & MRI Workshop. Washington, DC. First trimester imaging.

October 1-4, 2006 82nd SIGO (Italian Society of Gynecology and Obstetrics) National Congress. Rome, Italy. Ultrasound and inflammatory processes in the pelvis.

October 14, 2006 Emerging Trends in Ultrasound – Third Annual Educational Symposium. Boston, MA. 1. Ultrasound in detection and management of multiple gestations. 2. There are other things beside the fetus: let us scan the amniotic fluid, umbilical cord, and the placenta.

October 25-28, 2006 XXIV Congreso Nacional De La Sección De Ecografía De La Sociedad Española De Ginecología Y Obstetricia. Valencia, Spain. 1. 2D and 3D fetal neurosonography. 2. Inflammatory processes in the female pelvis. 3. The sonographic emergencies in obstetrics and gynecology.

October 26-29, 2006 5th Ultrasound Congress in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Antalya, Turkey. 1. Neural tube defects: early sonographic features. 2. Increase use of 3D ultrasound in gynecology 3. Fetal neurosonography 4. Ultrasound of the placenta: old subject new issues

November 3-5, 2006 The Best of the Big Apple: Ob/Gyn Ultrasound 2006. New York, NY. 1. The biggest challenge in gynecologic ultrasound: adnexal masses 2. The challenges of first trimester structural evaluation.

Nov 30-Dec 3, 2006 15th Annual Ob/Gyn Ultrasound Update For Clinical Practice. Ft. Lauderdale, FL. 1.The complexity of a complex mass and the simplicity of a simple cyst 2. The use of 3D ultrasound in gynecology 3. Is a single fetal anatomy scan at 18 weeks adequate?

December 6, 2006 Grand Rounds at Brookdale Hospital. Brooklyn, NY 1. Scanning amniotic fluid, umbilical cord and the placenta.

December 13, 2006 Grand Rounds at Saint Peter’s University Hospital. 1. Fetal structural evaluation at 9-16 weeks.

February 22-24, 2007 30th Annual Advanced Ultrasound Seminar: Ob/Gyn. Lake Buena Vista, FL. 1. Pathologies of the posterior fossa and the cerebellum 2. 3D in gynecology: luxury or necessity?

February 27, 2007 Grand Rounds at St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital. New York, NY. 1. When to screen for anomalies?

March 10, 2007 Diagnostic Ultrasound Conference. Toledo, OH. 1. Is a single fetal anatomy scan at 18 weeks adequate? 2. 3D ultrasound in obstetrics and gynecology

March 15-18, 2007 2007 AIUM Annual Convention and Preconvention Program. New York, NY. 1. First trimester anomalies in singleton pregnancies. 2. The silent pathology-scanning the female pelvic floor. 3. Ultrasound and the pelvic floor and anal sphincter. 4. 3D “thick slice” rendering of suspected uterine malformation obviates the use of saline infusion sonohysterography to establish the diagnosis. 5. 3D inversion rendering helps in the sonographic definition of fluid filled tubes.

April 20-22, 2007 Master Series Ob-Gyn Ultrasound. Washington, DC. 1. Adnexal masses 2. Inflammatory processes of the fallopian tubes and adnexae 3. 3D ultrasound in gynecology

April 27, 2007 Grand Rounds at Winthrop Hospital. Mineola, NY. 3D ultrasound: the future.

May 3-5, 2007 9th Annual Meeting of the Diabetes in Pregnancy Study Group of North America. New York, NY. The use of prenatal ultrasound in diabetes.

May 19-20, 2007 AIUM Postgraduate Course-Ultrasound in Reproductive Medicine and Infertility. Chicago, IL. 1. Knobology 101: How to optimize your scan. 2. Tubal disease redefined sonographically. 3. Nuchal translucency: a new era in genetics.

May 24-27, 2007 7° AOGOI Course of Embryonic, Fetal, and Perinatal Medicine. Sardinia, Italy. The last frontier of the fetal brain: the posterior fossa.

June 21, 2007 GE Ultrasound Voluson (V730)Training Course. Waukesha, Wisconsin. 1. Overview of the 3D applications in gynecology: practical aspects of where we are now. 2. 3D US in Ob/Gyn.

September 9-13, 2007 8th World Congress of Perinatal Medicine. Florence, Italy. Markers of chromosomal anomalies.

September 28, 2007 Grand Rounds at Woodhull Medical Center. Brooklyn, NY. Adnexal masses.

October 7-11, 2007 17th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Florence, Italy. 1. The normal fetal brain: 2D US, 3D US, MRI 2. Mild ventriculomegaly 3. CNS 4. Ovaries 5. Who wants to be an ultrasound millionaire? 6. Mild ventriculomegaly role playing: the sinologist 7. In favor and against the 16 weeks’scan

October 11-12, 2007 The 7th National Congress of Perinatal Medicine. Bucarest, Romania. 1. Sonoembriology 2. Multifetal pregnancy reduction: what have we learned in the past 10 years 3. Ovarian masses and screening for ovarian cancer

November 9-11, 2007 The Best of the Big Apple Ob-Gyn Ultrasound. New York, NY. 1. 3D ultrasound in gynecology: luxury or necessity? 2. Adnexal findings with special emphasis on the fallopian tube.

November 9-10, 2007 10th Annual Mid-Atlantic Ultrasound Symposium in Obstetrics and Gynecology & the Nuchal Translucency Credentialing Course. Virginia Beach, VA. 1. Why wonder? Sonographic management of abnormal vaginal bleeding 2. Ectopic pregnancy: role of ultrasound in the diagnosis and management 3. Structural evaluation and detectable fetal malformations in early pregnancy.

November 16, 2007 Advanced Workshop on In Vitro Fertilization and Infertility. New York, NY. Advanced ultrasound and infertility.

November 19, 2007 Fetal Brain Course. Aarhus & Copenhagen, Denmark. 1. Development of the fetal brain from embryo to mature fetus 2. Basics of fetal neuroscan: scanning routes, planes, sections 3. Ventriculomegaly: a “big bag” of brain pathologies, 4. Ultrasound of the posterior fossa: the last frontier of fetal neuroscan 5. 3D fetal neuroscan.

Nov 29-Dec 2, 2007 18th Annual Ob/Gyn Ultrasound Update for Clinical Practice. Ft. Lauderdale, FL. 1. Can we do more in the 1st trimester and even the 2nd trimester 2. Inflammation of tubes and adnexae

March 12-15, 2008 2008 AIUM Annual Convention and Preconvention Program. San Diego, CA. 1. Knobology 101 2. Tubal disease redefined sonographically 3. Three-dimension and the adnexa 4. The pelvic floor: is the support weakening? 5. Can we piggyback an anatomy scan onto the nuchal translucency scan? 6. How to improve the efficiency and productivity of your Ob/Gyn prace: 4 things I consider important to running the practice.

April 4-6, 2008 Master Series Ob-Gyn Ultrasound 2008. Chicago, IL. 1. Adnexal masses 2. Inflammatory processes of the fallopian tube and adnexae 3. 3D ultrasound in gynecology

May 1, 2008 Grand Rounds at Washington Hospital Center. Washington, DC. The use of three-dimensional ultrasound in gynecology: luxury or necessity?

May 9, 2008 11th Annual Rudy E. Sabbagha Lecture in Diagnostic Ultrasound. Chicago, IL. Are we ready for a first trimester anatomy scan?

May 15-16, 2008 Advanced Obstetrical Ultrasound-Pie in the Sky 3D and Practical Applications. Denver, CO. 1. Office use of 3D and transvaginal ultrasound in gynecology. 2. Gynecology case presentations. 3. Fetal structural evaluation at 9-16 weeks. 4. CNS examination with 3D ultrasound.

May 22-25, 2008 8th AOGOI Course of Embryonic, Fetal and Perinatal Medicine. Villasimius, Cagliari, Italy. Interactive practical course: fetal ultrasound pictures.

June 11-14, 2008 The Fetus As A Patient-XXIV International Congress. Frankfurt, Germany. The posterior fossa: the last frontier in fetal neuroscan.

July 23-25, 2008 Voluson 730 [GYN Focus] Customer Education Class. Waukesha, WI. 1. Office use of 3D & TVS in gynecology: luxury or necessity?

August 23-28, 2008 18th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology (ISUOG). Chicago, IL. 1. Differential diagnosis of congenital anomalies 2. Tubal assessment and disease 3. The tubes, pelvic floor and anal anatomy.

September 3, 2008 Grand Rounds at Beth Israel Medical Center. New York, NY. The hardest task in GYN US: the adnexa.

October 3-5, 2008 Advanced Sonography Symposium in Ob/Gyn. Boston, MA. 1. Should the structural survey be done at 14 weeks? 2. Game show: who wants to be an ob ultrasound expert? 3. How can you scan the fetal brain without 3D ultrasound?

October 8, 2008 Grand Rounds at New York Methodist. Brooklyn, NY. 3D in GYN

October 10-12, 2008 The Best of the Big Apple Ob-Gyn Ultrasound 2008. New York, NY. 1. 3D ultrasound in gynecology: where is it needed? 2. Non-gynecological findings in gynecological ultrasound: unpleasant surprises

November 6-8, 2008 ACOG Postgraduate Course: Practical Obstetrics and Gynecologic Ultrasonography: Spotlight on Chronic Pelvic Pain. Naples, FL. 1. Can an NT screen be expanded to perform an early anatomy scan? 2. The basic and advanced fetal neuroscan 3. 3D/4D in Obstetrics 4. Multifetal pregnancy made easy 5. Sonography of the adnexa

November 20-23, 2008 1st International Post-Congress Meeting of UENPS. Budapest, Hungary. 1. 3D ultrasound in obstetrics: luxury or necessity? 2. 3D inversion rendering of normal and abnormal fetal brain ventricles?

December 4, 2008 Ocean Sono Medical Dinner. Old Westbury, NY 11590. Advantages of 3D in Gyn & Ob.

December 6-7, 2008 Postgraduate Course Ultrasound in Reproductive Medicine and Infertility. Potomac, MD. 1. Knobology 101: How to optimize your scan 2. Tubal disease redefined sonographically 3. Nuchal translucency: a new era in genetics

December 11-14, 2008 17th Annual Ob/Gyn Ultrasound Update For Clinical Practice. Ft. Lauderdale, FL. 1. Nongynecologic findings at gynecological ultrasound 2. Don’t ignore the placenta. 3. The fetal neuroscan.

February 19-21, 2009 New Concepts in Women’s Health 2009. Miami, FL. 1. Expanding the nuchal scan to an anatomy scan why? 2. 3D sonography in obstetrics.

March 3, 2009 GE Voluson E8 Customer Course. Milwaukee, WI. 1. 3D in Gyn 2. Office use of 3D & TVS in gynecology: luxury or necessity.

April 2-5, 2009 2009 AIUM Annual Convention and Preconvention Program. New York, NY. 1. Volumetric quantification of ovarian mass vascularity 2. Vascularity quantification 3. 3D inversion rendering of 1st & early 2nd trimester brain ventricles in fetuses with holoprosencephaly 4. 3D inversion rendering of first trimester normal brain ventricles

April 17, 2009 Grand Rounds at The University of Illinois Medical Center. Chicago, IL. Use of sonogram in ultrasound of adnexal masses including ovarian cancer.

April 17-19, 2009 Master Series Ob/Gyn Ultrasound 2009. Chicago, IL. 1. Evaluation of the adnexae: tubes and masses 2. Screening for ovarian cancer: are there any new data? 3. 3D ultrasound in gynecology: who is afraid of it? 4. Can you piggyback an anatomy scan to a NT screen?

April 23-24, 2009 Update in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Kansas, MI. Should we add an early anatomy scan to the NT screen.

May 9, 2009 Prenatal Diagnosis Course. Termoli, Italy (Video=Conference). The use of 3D in gynecology.

July 24, 2009 Cutting Edge 2009 The Future Is Now! Long Branch, NJ. 3D ultrasound for the gynecologist-“what a cute picture”

September 13-17, 2009 19th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology (ISUOG). Hamburg, Germany. 1. 2D and 3D sonography of the normal embryonic and fetal brain 2. 3D power Doppler angiography of abnormal placenta.

October 11-13, 2009 The Best of the Big Apple – Ob/Gyn Ultrasound 2009. New York, NY. 1. Adnexal findings: benign or malignant 2. 3D in gynecology with special emphasis on 3D angiography 3. Non gynecologic findings at pelvic scans

October 22, 2009 Ob/Gyn Conference at Harrisburg Pinnacle Health. Harrisburg, PA. 1. 3D Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology

October 24-28, 2009 9th World Congress of Perinatal Medicine. Berlin, Germany. 1. Fetal neuroscan: ultrasound or MRI? 2. 2015: incredible!…before, you used to do a pelvic exam manually 3. 3D evaluation of the fetal CNS

November 10-11, 2009 Greaterr Hartford Meeting. Hartford, CT. 1. Ultrasound diagnosis and management of ectopic pregnancies 2. Office use of transvaginal ultrasound

November 15, 2009 AAGL 38th Global Congress of Minimally Invasive Gynecology. Orlando, FL. 1. 3D and 4D in gynecology 2. Inflammatory tubal disease: impact on treatment 3. Evaluation of the ovaries and adnexal masses, PCO, benign, malignant and other findings

December 3-6, 2009 18th Annual Ob/Gyn Ultrasound Update For Clinical Practice. Fort Lauderdale, FL. 1. The unpredicted consequences of liberal cesarean sections 2. 3D fetal neuroscan: easy, fast and diagnostic

December 10-12, 2009 ACOG Postgraduate Course: Incorporating Gynecologic Ultrasonography Into Your Office Practice. Chicago, IL. 1. Knobology 101 2. The biggest challenge in gynecologic ultrasonography: adnexal masses, Part I & II 3. 3D: does the generalist need it?

February 2, 2010 Society For Maternal Fetal Medicine 30th Annua Meeting – The Pregnancy Meeting. Chicago, IL. 1. Structural evaluation and detectable fetal malformations in early pregnancy. 2.First trim hands on.

February 18-20, 2010 33rd Annual Advanced Ultrasound Seminar. Buena Vista, FL. 1. Non-gynecologic findings at pelvic scans 2. 3D ultrasound machines + simple protocol + minimal effort=diagnostic fetal CNS examinations 3. The epidemic of caesarian scar pregnancies: diagnosis and management.

March 12, 2010 University of Toronoto, Women’s College Hospital, Interhospital Rounds. Toronto, CA. 1. Is caesarean scar pregnancy pandemic these days? 2. Knobology

March 13, 2010 14th Annual Ob-Gyn Ultrasound Symposium. Rocky Hill, CT. 1. The role of sonogram in diagnosis of tubal inflammatory disease 2. Fetal structural evaluation at 9-16 weeks.

March 16, 2010 Grand Rounds at St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital Center. New York, NY. US of adnexal masses.

March 24-27, 2010 2010 AIUM Annual Convention and Preconvention Program. San Diego, CA. 1. Can you really see the anatomy? 2. 3D color Doppler sonography

March 27-28, 2010 US in Reproductive Medicine Course. San Diego, CA. 1. Knobology 101: how to optimize your scan 2. Tubal disease redefined sonographically 3. Nuchal translucency: a new era in genetics

April 9-11, 2010 Master Series Ob-Gyn Ultrasound 2010. Chicago, IL. 1. Can you attach an anatomy scan ot the first trimester screening 2. Transvaginal US, digital exam or both? 3. The epidemic of cesarean scar pregnancies 4. The “silent” pelvic floor pathologies: incontinencies and prolapses 5. When does 3D really make a difference in gynecologic ultrasound 6. Just Images

April 16, 2010 Voluson E8 Customer Education Course. Milwaukee, WI. 3D in Gyn.

April 25-28, 2010 26th Fetus as a Patient International Congress. San Diego, CA. The epidemic of cesarean scar pregnancies: diagnosis and management.

May 7, 2010 Grand Rounds at Maimonides Medical Center. Brooklyn, NY. Use of sonogram in the diagnosis and screening of gynecologic malignancies.

May 13-15, 2010 4th Fetal MRI Course. Vienna, Austria. Why we may not need prenatal MRI?

May 13-16, 2010 10th Course di Aggiornamento Teorico Pratico in Medicina Embrio-Fetale e Perinatale. Villasimius, Cagliari. Ultrasound versus MRI of the fetal brain

May 21-23, 2010 Advances in 3D/4D Ultrasound. Atlanta, GA. 1. First trimester ultrasound: the abnormal fetus 2. The fetal brain: normal anatomy 3. 3D/4D of the pelvic floor: new innovations 4. Adnexal masses: can we distinguish benign from malignant

June 4, 2010 The Second Philadelphia Prenatal Diagnosis Update Conference. Philadelphia, PA. The fetal anatomy-fetal structural and anomaly detection at 9-16 weeks

June 9-11, 2010 II Simposio Multidisciplinario. Buenos Aires, Argentina. 1. Ultrasound of the posterior fossa/cerebellum: the last frontier of fetal neuroscan 2. Diabetic pregnancies cannot be managed without ultrasound 3. 3D in gynecology 4. Ultrasound in detection and management of multiple gestations 4. Multifetal pregnancy reduction: what have we learned in the past 10 years

June 11, 2010 The Sloane Symposium: Current Issues and Controversies in Obstetrics & Gynecology. New York, NY. Does a maternal fetal medicine specialist need 3D ultrasound?

September 22-26, 2010 The Global Congress of Maternal and Infant Health. Barcelona, Spain. 1. The pandemic of caesarean sections: sonography and management aspects 2. Fetal neuroscan: everybody can and should do it 3. Ultrasound of the posterior fossa: the last frontier

October 1-3, 2010 Advanced Sonography Symposium in Ob/Gyn. Boston, MA. 1. 3D in Gyn including ovarian sonoangiography 2. Can 3D help for the evaluation of the brain?

October 10-14, 2010 20th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Prague, Czech Republic. 1. Live scan demonstration: early 3D assessment of CNS 2. 3D fetal neuroscan made simple 3. 3D ultrasound of the fetal brain

October 24, 2010 ASRM 2010 Postgraduate Program. Denver, CO. 1. Knobology 2. 3D ultrasound and how to use it

October 27-31, 2010 7th Congress of Obstetrical and Gynecological Ultrasonography. Istanbul, Turkey. 1. 3D ultrasound of the fetal brain 2. Practical approaches to fetal CNS evaluation 3. Gynecologic cancer: an update on screening 4. 3D ultrasound in obstetrics and gynecology 5. Office use of transvaginal sonography 6. New horizons of Ob/Gyn ultrasound in the 21st century 7. The importance of the median plane in scanning the fetal brain

November 5-7, 2010 National Conference on Ob/Gyn Ultrasound. Chicago, IL. 1. Screening for down syndrome and first and second trimester risk assessment including nasal bone 2. Technical aspects of nuchal translucency measurement and nasal bone imaging 3. Can an NT scan be expanded tto perform an early anatomy scan? 4. Multifetal pregnancy made easy 5. 3D/4D in obstetrics and gynecology: is it really helpful? 6. Puncture procedures in gyn: cysts and ectopics

November 12-14, 2010 The Best of the Big Apple Ob/Gyn Ultrasound 2010. New York, NY. 1. Have we made progress in the differential diagnosis of adnexal masses? 2. 3D in Gyn: not reimbursed-should we stilldo it? When? 3. Just Images 4. The epidemic of cesarean scar pregnancies

December 2-5, 2010 The 19th Annual Ob/Gyn Ultrasound Update For Clinical Practice. Ft. Lauderdale, FL. 1. Pregnancy of unknown location 2. Fetal CNS evaluation

December 14-15, 2010 Grand Rounds at Brigham and Women’s Hospital / Massachusetts General Hospital. 2D and 3D aspects of CNS ultrasound.

January 23-25, 2011 Maternal-Fetal Imaging 2011. San Antonio, TX. 1. Structural evaluation and detectable fetal malformations in early pregnancy 2. 3D ultrasound of the fetal brain with a “tour” of the posterior fossa 3. 3D in obstetrics 4. Safety of ultrasound

February 10, 2011 The Zwi Weinraub Memorial Conference: Advances in Fetal Ultrasound. Ramat-Gan, Israel. 1. First trimester anomalies 2. The contribution of 3-4D in the evaluation of fetal brain.

March 4-6, 2011 Master Series – Ob/Gyn Ultrasound 2011. Las Vegas, NV. 1. Non gynecologic findings at pelvic scans 2. When does 3D really make a difference in gyn scans 3. The new scare of the gynecologist: c-section scar pregnancy 4. Not yet golden standard, but reasible: 1st trimester anatomy

March 19, 2011 Echogyn 2011. Lausanne, Switzerland. 1. Cesarean section scars in early pregnancy 2. Have we made progress in the differential diagnosis of adnexal masses 3. Non gynecologic findings during pelvic scan

April 7, 2011 Grand Rounds at Greenwich Hospital. Greenwich, CT. Formal CNS introductory and referred cases

April 14-17, 2011 2011 Annual Convention and Preconvention Program. New York, NY. 1. What are the Europeans doing? Ob 1st and 2nd trimester 3/4D anatomy 2. What are the Europeans doing? Gyn-adnexal masses 3. GE Healthcare-3 and 4D volume data set manipulation: gynecology 4. The gynecologist’s view

May 26-28, 2011 XXVII Fetus As A Patient, Taormina, Italy. The epidemic of cesarean scar pregnancies and other unforeseen consequences of cesarean sections

May 29-31, 2011 1st Advanced Course of Ultrasound, Fetal Medicine and Infertility. Cagliari, Sardinia. 1. Fetal neuroscan 2. 3D-4D US of the salpinx

June 3-5, 2011 Advances in 3D/4D Ultrasound. Cleveland, OH. 1. 3D and the adnexa 2. Just images of adnexal masses 3. Fetal CNS-2D and 3D evaluation 4. Fetal anomalies in the first trimester 5. Workshop I: Volume sonography in Ob/Gyn

June 8, 2011 GE Voluson E6/E8 Customer Education Course PSA. Milwaukee, WI. 1. 3D in gynecology.

June 10, 2011 3rd Philadelphia Prenatal Diagnosis Update Conference. Philadelphia, PA. 1. Basic and detailed neuroscan 2. Brain anomalies-US clues for the dx of genetic syndromes.

September 18-22, 2011 21st World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Los Angeles, CA. 1. Introduction and sonography of the normal embryonic and fetal brain. 2. Agenesis of the corpus callosum and bsence of the septum pellucidum 3. Ultrasound diagnosis and treatment of pelvic infection and abscess 4. The adnexa including vascular indices 5. 3D in gynecology – luxury or necessity?

October 15, 2011 3rd Annual Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology: Hot Topics for Good Practice with Hands-on Fetal Echocardiography. Allentown, PA. 1. Ultrasound evaluation of the uterus (2D and 3D) 2. Emergency ultrasound for the gynecologist

October 28, 2011 2nd Symposium on Advances in Perinatal Medicine. Baltimore, MD. 1. 2D and 3D of the normal and abnormal fetal brain 2. Placenta accreta, increta and percreta: dx and modern management. 3. Case discussion

November 4-5, 2011 Gynecologic Ultrasound: A Practical Aproach to Problem Solving. Boston, MA. 1. Adnexal masses and ovarian cancer: how can we tell? 2. Interesting cases

November 11-13, 2011 The Best of the Big Apple Ob-Gyn Ultrasound 2011. New York, NY. 1. When should we call in the gynecologic oncologist 2. Increasing trend of cesarean scar pregnancy: what not to do 3. Just Images: gynecology 4. Cerclage: to stitch, that’s the question 5. What else can you see at the NT scan? 6. Just Images: obstetrics

December 9-11, 2011 20th Annual Ob-Gyn Ultrasound Update 2011. Fort Lauderdale, FL. 1. New horizons: how to us inversion ultrasound in ob/gyn 2. CS scar pregnancies: what not to do 3. Non-gyn findings during the gyn scan: what we really need to look for

January 24, 2012 Grand Rounds at Wayne State University School of Medicine. Detroit, MI. “Cesarean section scar pregnancy: The new scare of the modern Ob/Gyn” and “Ultrasound Knobology”

February 16-18, 2012 35th Annual Advanced Ultrasound Seminar. Orlando, Fl. 1. The unforeseen complications of the caesarian section epidemic: Part I-Scar pregnancies. 2. Th unforeseen complications of the caesarian section epidemic: Part I-Early placenta accreta.

March 16-18, 2012 Master Series Ob/Gyn Ultrasound 2012. Las Vegas, Nevada. 1. Diagnosis and management of borderline ovarian tumors 2. Do we need 3D US in GYN practice: practical aspects 3. GYN cases: diagnosis and treatment 4. Imaging the midbrain structures 5. CNS cases 6. Debate: MRI, US or both?

March 29-April 1, 2012 2012 AIUM Annual Convention and Preconvention Program. Phoenix, AZ. 1. Congenital anomalies 2. Local injections of cesarean section scar pregnancies: diagnosis and management.

May 9, 2012 North Shore Journal Club. Manhasset, NY. 1. C-section scar pregnancy and ectopics.

June 1-3, 2012 10th Annual Advances in 3D & 4D Ultrasound. Atlanta, GA. 1. Where does 3D help the most in my GYN patients 2. 3D evaluation of the pelvic floor: an underutilized sonographic gem 3. The use of 3D angiography in Ob/Gyn 4. The use of inversion rendering in Ob/Gyn 5. 1st and early 2nd trimester anomalies: does 3D help at all? 6. The epidemic of cesarean scar pregnancies and early placenta accreta in the first trimester.

June 8-10, 2012 2nd Ian Donald Advanced Course Demo Live on Ultrasound, Invasive Prenatal Diagnosis and Fetal Therapy. Cagliari, Italy. 1. Demo Live 2. Cavum septi pellucidi, pons and medulla oblongata and central nervous system.

June 21, 2012 2nd Annual Resident Research Day. Morristown, NJ. 1. The epidemic of cesarean scar pregnancy.

September 10-13, 2012 22nd World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 1. Is Cesarean Scar Pregnancy An Early Form of Placenta Accrete? –Sonographic, Clinical and Histologic Issues. 2. The Evidence base relating to the treatment of section scar pregnancies.

September 19, 2012 ACOG Meeting. Indianapolis, IN. 1. The new threat to the ob/gyn practitioners: cesarean

scar pregnancies. 2. The balance of serum HCG thresholds and ultrasound findings in the

diagnosis AND treatment of ectopic pregnancy. 3. Early Evaluation of Placentation after cesarean Delivery.

October 5-6, 2012 Harvard Medical School Advanced Sonography Symposium in Ob/Gyn. Boston, Massachusetts. 1. When to call a GYN oncologist. 2. 11-14 week fetal survery and anomalies. 3. Neglected structures-placenta, cord, amniotic fluid.

October 25, 2012 MedStar Georgetown Washington Hospital Center. Washington, DC. 1. The unforeseen consequence of the increasing c/s delivery rate.

November 9-11, 2012 The Best of the Big Apple OB-GYN Ultrasound 2012, New York, New York. 1. When does ultrasound indicate that you need a gynecologic oncologist? 2. Cesarean section scar pregnancies and early placenta accrete: Are they the same disease? 3. How early in pregnancy should we look for anomalies? 4. The fetal brain: What’s normal, what’s not or when do I call for help? 5. Don’t forget the placenta, cord, and fluid!

Nov. 29-Dec 2, 2012 The 21st Annual OB-GYN Ultrasound Update for Clinical Practice. Fort Laruderdale, FL. 1. Always Look at the Brain 2. When Should You Call the GYN Oncologist.

February 14-16, 2013 36th Annual Advanced Ultrasound Seminar: Ob/Gyn. Lake Buena Vista, FL. 1. Pregnancies of unkown location. 2. Placenta accrete, increta and percreta: diagnosis modern management. 3. Ultrasound in Infertility.

March 16-18, 2013 Gynaecological Ultrasound Meeting: Department of Gynecology-Obsteric

Lausanne, Switzerland (1.) 2D and 3D Ultrasound in Gynecology(2) Gynecologic Ultrasound cases: over 25 cases,images, differential diagnosis and discussion of the literature(3) The new scare of the OB/GYN practitioner: Cesarean section scar pregnancy

(4)Ultrasound of the cervix (5) The pelvic floor: 2D and 3D US aspects (45min)

 

April 6-10, 2013 ALUM 2013 New York Marriott Marquis Hotel- New York, NY

GYN convention course: [Beryl Benacerraf] Gynecology: Pelvic Floor Disorders Using 2-and 3-Dimensional Transperineal Sonography (1) Evaluating the pelvic floor with

Ultrasound 3D and 2D (rectal sphincter, pelvic floor and vaginal abn)” (2)

Recent innovations in Gynecologic Ultrasound, including 3-Dimensional Imaging

“How can 3D improve the diagnosis of adnexal abnormalities (hydrosalpinx)?”

(3) “Controversies of How to Treat Unusual Ectopic Pregnancies” ALUM Business

Meeting

 

April 11-14, 2013 9th ISUOG International Symposium on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology Cartagena-Colombia (1) Advanced Fetal Ultrasound: Differential Diagnosis of Fetal Disease by Ultrasound (2) Fetal Doppler: Technical Tips and Clincial Application (3) 3D Ultrasound for Diagnosis of Fetal Malformations April12, 2013.

“When to call the Gyne-Oncologist I. Timor-Tritsch- The Pelvic Floor: 2D and 3D US

Aspects” April 13, 2013 Fetal Neuroimagin (Posterior Fossa Anomalies)

Fetal Ultrasound: Practical Applications – The “Classic” second trimester anatomy scan

11-14 Weeks fetal evaluatgion (I. Timor-Tritsch) Overview of anomalies in the first trimester 7 sensitivity of evaluation.

May 21, 2013 NYU Pediatric Neurology Grand Rounds NewYork, NY – the Posterior fossa: The last

frontier of fetal neuroscan. The lecture contains embryology and development of the

cerebellum, 3D US of the posterior fossa, anomalies of the cerebellum.

May 27-29, 2013 3rd Advanced Course Interactive INA Donald of Ultrasound, Invasive Prenatal Diagnosis, Fetal Therapy & Infertility; Cagliari, Italy- Pregnancy: (1) First Trimester Pathologies-Film (2) Cesarean Scar Pregnancy, Placenta Accreta and Adherent Placenta-Film (3) Uncommon Fetal Malformations- Film.

May 29-31, 2013 4th Educational (ISUOG) approved course: “Advances in prenatal diagnosis of congenital anomalies” Moscow, Russia Fetal Neurosonography: (1) 3D neurosonography I.Timor- (2) Ventriculomegaly I. Timor (3) Malformations of the cortical development I.Timor- (4) Differential diagnosis of the intracranial cysts/masses I. Timor; (5) The 3D examination of normal fetal CNS-live demonstration I. Timor

June 4-6, 2013 2nd Ultrasound meets Magnetic Resonance; Wien ISUOG Education MCA Scientific Events Vienna, Austria “Three dimensional ultrasound renedering in obstetrics; Educational, clinical and research aspects” Ilan Timor-Tritsch (New York)

August 8-10, 2013 STARTART Congress. Renaissance Las Vegas. (1)“State-of-the-Art Ultrasound in ART”

(2)Special Interest Track- “Challenges & Pitfalls of Diagnosing Ectopic Pregnancy: Multimodality Imaging Evaluation”. I.Timor

October 5, 2013 5th Annual Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology: Hot Topics for Good Practice with Hands-on Fetal Echocardiography workshop. Lehigh Valley Health Network. (1) “3D Ultrasound in Obstetrics” (2) The Fetal Brain: Basic and Targeted Fetal Neuroscans”

October 31- Nov 2, 2013 DPSG North America Symposium- Diabetes Meeting. Omni Shoreham Hotel Washington, DC (1) Antepartum evalution for anomalies and growth diversity –when to test and how often.

November 1-2, 2013 AIUM Postgraduate Course- Pelvic Ultrasound: Solving Gynecologic Problems with Imaging. Hilton Orlando, FL. (1) Adnexal masses: when to call an oncologic surgeon (2) Pregnancy of unkown or undesired location (3) The pelvic floor: how to evaluate it and findings. I Timor.

November 8-10, 2013 Best of the Big Apple OBGYN Ultrasound 2013. Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel, NY. (1) The “sudden” increase in cesarean scar pregnancies: Which is the best treatment? (2) “ Should we scan for placenta accrete in patients who had cesarean deliveries?” (3) “Midbrain Fetal brain anomalies: The Importance of the Median Plane”

December 5-8, 2013 22nd Annual Ob/Gyn Ultrasound Update for Clinical Practice. Fort Lauderdale, FL. (1) Cesarean Scar Pregnancies-diagnosis and management for 2014 (2) How I do it: Ultrasound and postmenopausal bleeding (3) Non- Gyn ultrasound findings that every gynecologist should know (4) Using ultrasound to manage multiples (5) Don’t forget the placenta) I.Timor

Feb 5, 2014 SMFM 34th Annual Meeting – The Pregnancy Meeting. New Orleans, LA. 1. Abnormal placental implantation in the first trimester. 2. Cesarean scar pregnancy: implications and management.

March 29-April 2, 2014 AIUM Annual Convention. Las Vegas, NV. 1. Exploring the fetal brain in the first trimester using three-dimensional ultrasound. 2. Early obstetric scanning and pregnancy of unusual location.

April 26, 2014 ACOG. Chicago, IL. 1. Sonographic signs of normal and abnormal pregnancy. 2. Multiple gestations, multiple headaches. 3. First trimester normal and abnormal anatomy. Can we finally match the rest of the world?

May 10, 2014 30th Jubilee Congress – The Fetus As A Patient. Budva, Montenegro. 1. Placental attachment disorders: evidence based update 2014.

May 30, 3014 International Conference Highlights on Stillbirth and Maternal Mortality. Palmero, Italy. 1. Abnormal placentation: unique pathology?

June 6, 2014 The 6th Philadelphia Prenatal Diagnosis Conference. Philadelphia, PA. 1. Cesarean scar pregnancy: dx and treatment 2014. 2. Placental accrete – the sonographic findings.

June 20-21, 2014 4th Advanced Ian Donald Course on Ultrasound, Prenatal Diagnosis, Fetal Therapy and Infertility. Margherita, Cagliari. 1. Anomalies of ventral induction. 2. Malformations of cortical development. 3. Evidence based counseling of patients with cesarean scar pregnancy.

August 16-17, 2014 2014 Gottesfeld-Hohler Resident Ultrasound Course. New York, NY. 1. Gyn scan basics-oreintation and normal anatomy of uterus & ovaries 2. Pelvic masses 3. Systems-CNS.

September 4, 2014 Grand Rounds at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital. Washington, DC. 1. Placental attachment disorders: cesarean scar pregnancy and morbidly adherent placenta.

September 10, 2014 AIUM Webinar. 1. Cesarean scar pregnancies.

September 12, 2014 Canadian Fertility and Andrology Society Annual Meeting. Quebec, Canada. 1. Early pregnancy imaging. 2. Everything an ART center should know about cesarean scar pregnancies.

September 14-17, 2014 24th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Barcelona, Spain. 1. Cesearean scar pregnancy: on a continuum with placenta accrete.

October 10-12, 2014 Advanced Sonography Symposium. Boston, MA 1. The consequences of a high c-section rate (including the intermentral bleeding due to the niche and the c-section scar ectopics). 2. Adnexal masses – when should we call a GYN oncologist. 3. More unknown cases. 4. The transvaginal scan

October 24-26, 2014 Obstetric Ultrasound in the High Risk Patient. Las Vegas, Nevada. 1. The fetal CNS. 2. First trimester anatomy scanning. 3. Our high cesarean section rate: how to use ultrasound to deal with the aftermath.

November 7-9, 2014 The Best of the Big Apple. New York, NY. 1. Pregnancies of unusual location. 2. 3D GYN ultrasound: is its role firmly established? 3. Placental attachment disorders: ultrasound and MRI aspects.

November 13, 2014 HHC Regional Perinatal Center Presents: Serving the Underserved-Special Deliveries-Special Care. New York, NY. 1. Cesarean scar pregnancies.

November 14-16, 2014 5th Pan Hellenic Congress on Ultrasound in Ob/Gyn. Athens, Greece. 1. CSP 2. Placental attachment disorders.

November 20-23, 2014 12th International Course in Fetal Medicine – Prenatal Diagnosis and Fetal Therapy. Bogota, Columbia. 1. Imaging of placental adherence disorders: US and MRI. 2. CSP: diagnosis and evidence based treatment. 3. Fetal CND: what is normal and what is not.

December 4-7, 2014 23rd Annual Ob/Gyn Ultrasound Update For Clinical Practice. Ft. Lauderdale, FL. 1. Panel discussion: ovarian cancer screening-in the office or in the consultative practice. 2. An evidence based approach to cesarean scar pregnancies. 3. When good placentas go bad: the morbidly adherent placenta.

February 3, 2015 Hackensack University Medical Center – Grandrounds. Hackensack, NJ. (1) What every ob/gyn should know about cesarean scar pregnancy

February 12-13, 2015 SIEOG International Congress on Integrated Imaging in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Palermo, Italy. (1) History of neurosonography

March 21-25, 2015 AIUM Annual Convention & Preconvention Program. Orlando, FL. (1) Management and outcome of cesarean scar pregnancies: experience of sixty cases in one center (2) Is it ovarian cancer in pregnancy? Decidualized endometriomas and LMP tumors (3) The adjuvant, hemostatic use of a Foley balloon catheter in the treatment of cesarean scar and cervical pregnancies

March 26-28, 2015 The 3rd Romanian National Congress of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology/The 4th International Fetal Neurology Conference. Bucuresti, Romania. (1) Placental adherence disorders (2) Cesarean scar pregnancy 2015: diagnosis and management (3) Fetal brain: the posterior fossa (4) Fetal brain: what is normal and what is not (5) When do you call the gyn oncologist

June 4-6, 2015 The Detroit ObGyn Ultrasound Symposium. Detroit, MI. (1) In the era of NIPT should we still do early anomaly scans? (2) The fetal brain: what is normal and what is not

July 12, 2015 19th International Conference on Prenatal Diagnosis and Therapy Preconference Course. Washington, DC. (1) Update in neurosonography

August 7, 2015 StartART Congress. Las Vegas, NV. (1) Application of ultrasound in reproductive medicine and PCOS (2) State-of-the-art ultrasound in ART

August 15-16, 2015 2015 Gottesfeld Hohler Memorial Foundation Resident Course. New York, NY. (1) Gyn scan basics – orientation and normal anatomy of uterus and ovaries (2) Pelvic masses (3) Systems-CNS

September 25-26, 2015 AIUM Gynecologic and Early Obstetric Ultrasound-Solving Problems With Imaging. Las Vegas, NV. (1) Adnexal masses-when to call an oncologic surgeon (2) The pelvic floor-how to evaluate it and findings (3) Cesarean scar pregnancy 2015: diagnosis and treatment

October 7, 2015 AIUM Webinar. (1) Diagnosis of placental adherence disorders 2015: ultrasound, MRI or both

October 11-14, 2015 25th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology Montreal, CA. (1) Placenta and pregnancy complications. (2) Clinical application of 3D ultrasound in gyn anatomy: collaborative approach (3) Proposal for easy and reliable sonographic diagnosis of the 1st trimester CSP (4) Diagnosis and managing CSP: a modern epidemic (5) The role of ultrasound in AVM

October 21, 2015 American Society for Reproductive Medicine Steering Reproductive Medicine to the Forefront of Global Public Health Annual Meeting Postgraduate Course. Baltimore, MD. (1) Ectopic pregnancy and PULs – Where’s Waldo? (2) Improving sonographic imaging of early multiple gestations

November 6-8, 2015 The Best of the Big Apple – 2015 Ob-Gyn Ultrasound. New York, NY. (1) Abnormally located pregnancies: the usual and the unusual (2) Cancer in pregnancy: rare but got to know (3) The placenta, normal and abnormal

December 3-6, 2015 24th Annual Ob/Gyn Ultrasound Update For Clinical Practice. Ft. Lauderdale, FL. (1) Uterine anomalies: MRI is so over! (2) Arterio-venous malformation of the uterus: an overlooked dangerous entity (3) First trimester-what can we see? (4) Anomalies of prosencephalic development (5) Ventriculomegaly

February 1, 2016 Society for Maternal Fetal Medicine 36th Annual Meeting – The Pregnancy Meeting. Atlanta, GA. (1) Fetal brain development, and common brain anomalies

February 18, 2016 12th ISUOG International Symposium. Miami, FL. (1) Uterine AV malformation: more common than we think (2) The peliv floor-how to ealuate it and findings

February 19, 2016 39th Annual Advanced Ultrasound Seminar: Ob/Gyn. Lake Buena Vista, FL. (1) The cerebellar vermis made simple (2) US and MRI criteria to diagnosis placental adherence disorders (3) Uterine AV malformations: more common than we think

March 17-21, 2016 AIUM 2016 Annual Meeting. New York, NY. (1) Diagnostic and treatment challenges of cornual and scar pregnancies (2) CSP (3) Knobology (4) Ectopic pregnancy and AVM

April 8-9, 2016 Wiser 2016 Ultrasound Center. Jackson, MS. (1) Knobology: what do these konbs do anyway (2) First trimester anatomy-what can you really see? (3) Debate with NIPT, Is first trimester ultrasound screening obsolete? Rebuttal-Yes (Pro NIPT) (4) Cervical scar pregnancies: a rising epidemic (5) Uterine anaomlies-MRI is so over

April 13, 2016 AIUM Webinar. (1) Uterine AV malformations

May 6, 2016 8th Philadelphia Prenatal Diagnosis, Genetics, Ultrasound & Ob/MFM Conference. Philadelphia, PA. (1) AVM-let’s not miss the diagnosis (2) CSP-diagnosis and treatment

June 9-11, 2016 5th Advanced Ian Donald Course on Ultrasound. Cagliari, Italy. (1) First trimester anatomy scan: still a role in the era of NIPT? (2) Cesarean scar pregnancy: overview

September 16, 2016 McGill Symposium 2016. Montreal, CA. (1) Diagnosis and management of CSP (2) Enhanced myometrial vascularity: real entity?

September 25-28, 2016 26th World Congress on Ultraosund in Ob/Gyn. Rome, Italy. (1) How I treat non-tubal ectopic pregnancy including CS scar pregnancy: clinical management and case examples (2) The natural history of implantations in cesarean section scars: at what point can we diagnosis a placenta that will be pathologically adherent and what do we tell patients?

October 28-30, 2016 The Best of the Big Apple. New York, NY. (1) New kid on the block: EMV (2) 3D in gyn: the learning curve flattens (3) CSP: a growing epidemic

November 5, 2016 ISUOG Advanced 3D Course. Streamed Live. (1) Brain: the 3D approach to abnormal cases

November 23, 2016 Stony Brook Medicine Grand Rounds. Stony Brook, NY. (1) First trimester ultrasound in pregnancy

December 1-4, 2016 25th Annual Ob-Gyn Ultrasound Update. Fort Lauderdale, FL. (1) Incidental non-gyn finds at pelvic scans (2) The price of perseverance: my bumpy road with the transvaginal probe in the USA (3) From cesarean scar pregnancy to placenta percreta: a look through the rearview mirror

January 10, 2017 New Haven Obstetrical Society. New Haven, CT. (1) The continuum of cesarean section scar ectopic and the morbidly adherent placenta

March 25-29, 2017 AIUM. Orlando, FL. (1) Are we ready for a 2-and3-D fetal neursocan amidst the zika epidemic? (2) Gynecologic ultrasound: the basics revisited (3) Evidence-based update on CSP (4) Just Images

June 2-4, 2017 GoHo Zika Think Tank Conference. Fort Lauderdale, FL.

June 9, 2017 The 9th Philadelphia Prenatal Conference. Philadelphia, PA. (1) Fetal neuro-ultrasound and neuro-MRI: Is there literature bias? (2) Update on c-section scar pregnancies and the consequences.

June 10-11, 2017 The Chicago Ob/Gyn Ultrasound Symposium 2017. Chicago, IL. (1) 3D in Ob/Gyn-is it time for routine use? (2) Early anomaly scans-why are we behind? (3) Cesarean scar pregnancy-knw what you’re doing

August 4, 2017 2017 Annual REI Nursing Congress StartART. Las Vegas, NV. (1) Role of ultrasound in evaluating endometriosis (2) Application of ultrasound in reproductive medicine & infertility.

September 8, 2017 Women and Cancer From Screening to Survivorship. NYU Langone Health. New York, NY. (1) Ultrasound as a diagnostic screening tool in GYN cancer.

September 16-19, 2017 ISUOG: 27th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Vienna, Austria. (1) My answer in 5 minutes: planned cesarean hysterectomy in these women (2) Diagnosis CSP: over the scar, into the scar? Can we link ultrasound features to prognosis yet?

October 19-22, 2017 15th International Maternal Fetal Medicine Course – Prenatal Diagnosis and Fetal Therapy. Bogota, Colombia. (1) Basic and targeted fetal brain scan (2) The 1st trimester fetal brain 2D and 3D, normal and abnormal (3) Fetal CNS at the routine anatomy scan: what is normal and what is not (4) Placental adherence disorders: from cesearean scar pregnancy to percreta.

October 26-29, 2017 13th World Congress of Perinatal Medicine. Belgrade, Serbia. (1) Management of cesarean scar pregnancy (2) Diagnosis, treatment and outcome of cesarean scar pregnancy (3) Sonographic diagnosis of abnormally implanted placenta.

November 17-19, 2017 The Best of the Big Apple Ob-Gyn Ultrasound 2017. New York, NY. (1) Adnexal masses: can we define it more reliably? (2) Can we predict the behavior of a desired CSP? (3) When to use US and when to use MRI for the fetal brain.

November 2, 2017 NYU Langone Health Grand Rounds. New York, NY. (1) David vs. Goliath – US vs. MRI.

Nov 30-Dec 3, 2017 26th Annual Ob/Gyn Ultrasound Updae for Practicing Clinicians (GoHo). Fort Lauderdale, FL. (1) CSP update (2) Take your brain ultrasound to the next level: the posterior fossa (3) When to use ultrasound and when to add MRI for the fetal brain.

January 29, 2018 SMFM-The Pregnancy Meeting 38th Annual Meeting. Dallas, TX. (1) Pregnancies of unusual locations: CSP (2) Cancer in pregnancy (3) Appropriate use of alternate imaging techniques in the obstetric patient

February 7, 2018 Long Island Jewish Medial Center Grand Rounds. New Hyde Park, NY. (1) Cesarean scar pregnancy to MAP?

February 15-17, 2018 41st Annual Advanced Ob-Gyn Ultrasound Seminar. Buena Vista, FL. (1) Borderline, low malignant ovarian tumors: can we sharpen the ultrasound diagnosis (2) Clinical approaches to pregnancies after previous c-section (3) Apples and oranges: how to evaluate fetal neuroscan and MRI

February 22-23, 2018 Biennial Conference of the Israel Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology. Jerusalem, Israel. (1) Why such a fuss about a small and rare kind of pregnancy? (2) Believe in what you do and never give up! (3) Examining the uterus and ovaries – normal findings (4) Examining the uterus and ovaries – abnormal findings

 

 

The above list represents the most significant of a larger list of teaching activities.


REVIEWER

Israel Medical Journal

European Journal of Ob Gyn

Journal of Clinical Ultrasound

New England Medical Journal

Obstetrics and Gynecology

American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology

American Journal of Perinatology

The Journal for Maternal-Fetal Medicine

Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology

Diagnostic Cytopathology

International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics

Frontiers in Bio Science

 

EDITORIAL BOARD MEMBERSHIPS

The Fetus 1990-1994 (Journal Dissolved)

Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology

Hungarian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Journal of Clinical Ultrasound (Regional Editor on the Reproductive System)

Gynecologic and Obstetric Investigation

Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine

Perinatoloji Dergisi (Turkish Perinatal Journal)

SOCIETY OF PERINATAL OBSTETRICIANS

Special Interest Group on Ob/Ultrasound. Section Leader

NIH AND OTHER STUDY SECTIONS

1993 Ovarian Cancer

February 6-7, 1995 International Working Group on Noninvasive screening for Prenatal Genetic Diagnosis of the WHO, Tel-Aviv

Sept. 1995 Göttesfeld-Hohler Ultrasound Think Tank on the Future of Ob/Gyn Ultrasound. International Panel, Arrowhead, CA

1996 Fetal Behavioral Study Section NICDH

December 14, 1998 – September 4, 2004 The Faster Trail: First and Second Trimester Evaluation of Risk for Aneuploidy, NIH/NICHD

June 25, 2001 – June 1, 2004 Real Time Endovaginal Sonography Guidance of Intrauterine Procedures, Ron-Tech Medical

January 30, 2004 – January 29, 2005 Three Dimensional Power Doppler Imaging of Ovarian and Endometrial Blood Flow in Normal and Pathological Cases, Departmental

November 10, 2005- First-Trimester or Second-Trimester Screening, or Both, for Down’s Syndrome, NIH

2005 – American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine Consensus Conference

2012 – International 3D Focus Group (3D imaging of the fetal face)

2013 – Fetal Imaging Workshop (Joint Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, SMFM, AIUM, ACOG, ACR, SPR, SR in Ultrasound Fetal Imaging)

2013 – ISUOG Practice Guidelines (performance of first-trimester fetal ultrasound scan)

2013 – Society of Radiologists in Ultrasound Multispecialty Panel on Early First Trimester Diagnosis of Miscarriage and Exclusion of a Viable Intrauterine Pregnancy

 

GRANTS AND CONTRACTS

  • Part of the group at Cleveland Metropolitan General Hospital, Federal MIC funding –

(M.G. Rosen, M.D.)

1979 David Rose grant for fetal physiology research $25,000 Technion Medical School

1982 Continuation of David Rose grant, additional $15,000

1983 Continuation of Dave Rose grant, additional $7,000

1983 Mifal Hapais grant $5,000; computer applications for high risk pregnancy.

1986 Kerenyi Perinatal Fund grant $65,000; Perinatal Research 1. Fetal blood flow, Doppler measurements. 2. Computer applications for antepartum FHR monitoring.

1987 Diabetes Grant: $20,000

1987 Hart Family Grant: $40,000

1988-1996 Grants of the following equipment to the Department of Ob/Gyn at CPMC:

  • Elscint ESi 1000 Ultrasound machine – Beta Site “Luminary site”
  • Discount of about $25,000
  • 2 free transducer probes ($14,000)
  • Toshiba SSD 140 Ultrasound machine ($110,000)
  • Luminary Beta site free use for 18 months
  • Polaroid Film Hard Copy system ($35,000)
  • Luminary Beta site free use for 1 year
  • Siemens Company Free transvaginal probe ($8,500)
  • Advanced Technology Laboratories.
  • Official Beta site
  • Free software upgrade of 4 Ultramark 9 SDI systems to HDI status (Value of 4X $30,000=$120,000)

1997 Free new 4-8 MHz transvaginal ultrasound probe ($8,500).

Labotect, Gmbh Göttingen, Germany. Free automated puncture device. ($5,000)

Hitachi Ultrasound Company.

  • “Luminary site” discounts for 4 ultrasound machines. ($50,000)

1989-1997 Hands-on ultrasound courses to individual physicians. A total of approximately $25,000.

1987-1991 Income generated to the department through 5 ultrasound courses. A total of approximately $40,000.

2001-2004 Co-investigator FASTER CONSORTIUM NIH grant $11,000,000.

 

MILITARY SERVICE

1965‑1967 Major; Israeli Defense Forces, Navy; assignment: Underwater Medicine, Hyperbaric Medicine, and Physiology of Diving

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY (Listings before 1990 available upon request)

Original Reports

  1. Timor-Tritsch IE. Is office use of vaginal sonography feasible? Am J Obstet Gynecol 1990;162:983-85.
  2. Farine D, Peisner DB, Timor-Tritsch IE. Placenta previa-is the traditional diagnostic approach satisfactory? J Clin Ultrasound 1990;18:328-30.
  3. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A. Transvaginal sonography: a small revolution in obstetrical scanning. Triangle: Current Topics in Obstetrics 1990;1:1-7.
  4. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A. Transvaginal ultrasonography in obstetrical care: a new frontier. Obstet Gynecol Reports 1990;2:210-20.
  5. Guy GP, Peisner DB, Timor-Tritsch IE. Ultrasonographic evaluation of uteroplacental blood flow patterns of abnormally located and adherent placentas. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1990;163:723-27.
  6. Thaler I, Manor D, Rottem S, Timor-Tritsch IE, Brandes JM, Itskovitz J. Hemodynamic evaluation of the female pelvic vessels using a high-frequency transvaginal image-directed Doppler system. J Clin Ultrasound 1990;18:364-69.
  7. Thaler I, Manor D, Itskovitz J, Rottem S, Levit N, Timor-Tritsch IE, Brandes JM. Changes in uterine blood flow during human pregnancy. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1990;162:121-25.
  8. Rottem S, Thaler I, Goldstein SR, Timor-Tritsch IE, Brandes JM. Transvaginal sonographic technique: targeted organ scanning without resorting to “planes”. J Clin Ultrasound 1990;18:243-47.
  9. Timor-Tritsch IE, Peisner DB, Raju S. Sonoembryology: an organ-oriented approach using a high-frequency vaginal probe. J Clin Ultrasound 1990;18:286-98.
  10. Peisner DB, Timor-Tritsch IE. The discriminatory zone of beta-hCG for vaginal probes. J Clin Ultrasound 1990;18:280-85.
  11. Rottem S, Thaler I, Timor-Tritsch IE. Classification of tubal gestations by transvaginal sonography. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 1991;1:197-201.
  12. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Warren WB. Transvaginal ultrasonographic definition of the central nervous system in the first and early second trimesters. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1991;164:497-503.
  13. Sassone AM, Timor-Tritsch IE, Artner A, Westhoff C, Warren WB. Transvaginal sonographic characterization of ovarian disease: evaluation of a new scoring system to predict ovarian malignancy. Obstet Gynecol 1991;78:70-76.
  14. Monteagudo A, Reuss ML, Timor-Tritsch IE. Imaging the fetal brain in the second and third trimesters using transvaginal sonography. Obstet Gynecol 1991;77:27-32.
  15. Timor-Tritsch IE, Peisner DB, Monteagudo A. Puncture procedures utilizing transvaginal ultrasonic guidance. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 1991;1:144-50.
  16. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A. Transvaginal sonographic evaluation of the fetal central nervous system. Obstet Gynecol Clin North Am 1991;18:713-48.
  1. Baxi, L; Warren, W; Collins, MH; Timor-Tritsch, IE. ‘Early detection of caudal regression syndrome with transvaginal scanning’. Annual review of hydrocephalus. 1991 9():43-44 (# 461112).
  1. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Peisner DB. High-frequency transvaginal sonographic examination for the potential malformation assessment of the 9-week to 14-week fetus. J Clin Ultrasound 1992;20:231-38.
  2. Timor-Tritsch IE, Greenidge S, Admon D, Reuss ML. Emergency room use of transvaginal sonography by Ob-Gyn residents. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1992;166:866-72.
  3. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Matera C, Veit CR. Sonographic evolution of corneal pregnancies treated without surgery. Obstet Gynecol 1992;79:1044-49.
  4. Zimmer EZ, Chao CR, Abramovich G, Timor-Tritsch IE. Fetal stomach measurements: not reproducible by the same observer. J Ultrasound Med 1992;11:663-65.
  5. Timor-Tritsch IE. Transvaginal sonography in gynecologic office practice. Curr Opin Obstet Gynecol 1992;4:914-20.
  6. Timor-Tritsch IE. Standardization of ultrasonographic images: let’s all talk the same language! Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 1992;2:311-12.
  7. Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE. Cephalocele. The Fetus 1992;2:4.
  8. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A. The use of the transvaginal automated spring-loaded puncture device transabdominally. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 1993;3:42-44.
  9. Fox HE, Badalian SS, Timor-Tritsch IE, Marks F, Stolar CJ. Fetal upper respiratory tract function in cases of antenatally diagnosed congenital diaphragmatic hernia: preliminary observations. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 1993;3:164-67.
  10. Gollub EL, Westhoff C, Timor-Tritsch IE. Detection of ovaries by transvaginal sonography in postmenopausal women. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 1993;3:422-25.
  11. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A. Diagnosis of placenta previa by transvaginal sonography. Ann Med 1993;25:279-83.
  12. Badalian SS, Chao CR, Fox HE, Timor-Tritsch IE. Fetal breathing-related nasal fluid flow velocity in uncomplicated pregnancies. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1993;169:563-67.
  13. Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE. Transvaginal multifetal pregnancy reduction: Which? When? How many? Ann Med 1993;25:275-78.
  14. Timor-Tritsch IE, Yunis RA. Confirming the safety of transvaginal sonography in patients suspected of placenta previa. Obstet Gynecol 1993;81:742-44.
  15. Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE, Moomjy M. Nomograms of the fetal lateral ventricles using transvaginal sonography. J Ultrasound Med 1993;12:265-69.
  16. Timor-Tritsch IE, Peisner DB, Monteagudo A, Lerner JP, Sharma S. Multifetal pregnancy reduction by transvaginal puncture: evaluation of the technique used in 134 cases. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1993;168:799-804.
  17. Timor-Tritsch IE. Office use of transvaginal ultrasound: ostriches in the sand? Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 1993;3:157-59.
  18. Lasser D, Vollebergh J, Peisner DB, Timor-Tritsch IE. First trimester fetal biometry using high-frequency transvaginal ultrasound. Ultrasound in Obstet Gynecol 1993;3:104-108.
  19. Timor-Tritsch IE, Lerner JP, Monteagudo A, Santos R. Transvaginal ultrasonographic characterization of ovarian masses by means of color flow-directed Doppler measurements and a morphologic scoring system. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1993;168:909-13.
  20. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Peisner DB. Puncture procedures using the transvaginal probe in obstetrics and gynecology. Ultrasound Quarterly 1993;11:41-57.
  21. Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE, Moomjy M. In utero detection of ventriculomegaly during the second and third trimesters by transvaginal sonography. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 1994;4:193-98.
  22. Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE. An approach to multifetal pregnancy reduction in a pregnancy of grand order (12 fetuses). Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 1994;4:339-41.
  23. Timor-Tritsch IE, Condrea A. New technologies in obstetrics and gynecology: the test of time. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 1994;4:355-57.
  24. Badalian SS, Fox HE, Chao CR, Timor-Tritsch IE, Stolar CJ. Fetal breathing characteristics and postnatal outcome in cases of congenital diaphragmatic hernia. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1994;171:970-76.
  25. Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE, Sharma S. Early and simple determination of chorionic and amniotic type in multifetal gestations in the first fourteen weeks by high-frequency transvaginal ultrasonography. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1994;170:824-29.
  26. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Mandeville EO, Peisner DB, Anaya GP, Pirrone EC. Successful management of viable cervical pregnancy by local injection of methotrexate guided by transvaginal ultrasonography. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1994;170:737-39.
  27. Lerner JP, Timor-Tritsch IE, Federman A, Abramovich G. Transvaginal ultrasonographic characterization of ovarian masses with an improved, weighted scoring system. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1994;170:81-85.
  28. Yee H, Greenebaum E, Lerner J, Heller D, Timor-Tritsch IE. Transvaginal sonographic characterization combined with cytologic evaluation in the diagnosis of ovarian and adnexal cysts. Diagn Cytopathol 1994;10:107-12.
  29. Evans MI, Dommerguez M, Timor-Tritsch IE, Zador IE, Wapner RJ, Lynch L, Dumez Y, Goldberg JD, Kypros HN, Johnson MP, Golbus MS, Boulot P, Aknin AJ, Monteagudo A, Berkowitz RL. Transabdominal vs. transcervical/transvaginal multifetal pregnancy reduction: international collaborative experience of more than 1000 cases. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1994;170:902-909.
  30. Evans MI, Goldberg JD, Dommergues M, Wapner RJ, Lynch L, Dock BS, Horenstein J, Gilbus MS, Rodeck CH, Dumez Y, Holzgreve W, Timor-Tritsch IE, Johnson MP, Isad NB, Monteagudo A, Berkowitz RL. Efficacy of second-trimester selective termination for fetal abnormalities: international collaborative experience among the world’s largest centers. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1994;171:90-94.
  31. Timor-Tritsch IE. Aspectos del diagnostico prenatal precoz de anomalies congenitas. Progresos en Diagnostico Prenatal 1994;6:283-88.
  32. Monteagudo A, Tharakan T, Timor-Tritsch IE. Sonographic neuroembryology of the central nervous system. J Assoc Acad Minor Phys 1995;6:34-37.
  33. Lerner JP, Deane S, Timor-Tritsch IE. Characterization of placenta accrete using transvaginal sonography and color Doppler imaging. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 1995;5:198-201.
  34. Timor-Tritsch IE. Transvaginal ultrasonography in the office: the eye on the finger of the gynecologist. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1995;172:1639.
  35. Haratz-Rubinstein N, Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE, Tineo R. Perspectivas en holoprosencefalia (Spanish). Gaceta Med Caracas 1995;103:305-15.
  36. Monteagudo A, Tarricone NJ, Timor-Tritsch IE, Lerner JP. Successful transvaginal ultrasound-guided puncture and injection of a cervical pregnancy in a patient with simultaneous intrauterine pregnancy and a history of a previous cervical pregnancy. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 1996;8:381-86.
  37. Lerner JP, Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A. Use of transvaginal sonography in the evaluation of endometrial hyperplasia and carcinoma. Obstet Gynecol Surv 1996;51:718-25.
  38. Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE, Friedman AH, Santos R. Autosomal dominant cataracts of the fetus: early detection by transvaginal ultrasound. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 1996;8:104-108.
  39. Haratz-Rubinstein N, Yeh MN, Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A. Prenatal diagnosis of the split hand anomaly: how early is early? Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 1996;8:57-61.
  40. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A. Transvaginal fetal neurosonography: standardization of the planes and sections by anatomic landmarks. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 1996;8:42-47.
  41. Timor-Tritsch IE, Greenebaum E, Monteagudo A, Baxi L. Exencephaly-anencephaly sequence: proof by ultrasound imaging and amniotic fluid cytology. J Matern Fetal Med 1996;5:182-85.
  42. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Lerner JP. Ultrasound-guided transvaginal procedures. Curr Opin Obstet Gynecol 1996;8:200-10.
  43. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Lerner JP. A ‘potentially safer’ route for puncture and injection of cornual ectopic pregnancies. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 1996;7:353-55.
  44. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Haratz-Rubinstein N, Levine RU. Transvaginal sonographic detection of adducted thumbs, hydrocephalus, and agenesis of the corpus callosum at 22 postmenstrual weeks: the masa spectrum or L1 spectrum. A case report and review of the literature. Prenatal Diagn 1996;16:543-48.
  45. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A. Scanning techniques in obstetrics and gynecology. Clin Obstet Gynecol 1996;39:167-74.
  46. Timor-Tritsch IE, Boozarjomehri F, Masakowski Y, Monteagudo A, Chao CR. Can a “snapshot” sagittal view of the cervix by transvaginal ultrasonography predict active preterm labor? Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996;174:990-95.
  47. Evans MI, Dommergues M, Wapner RJ, Goldberg JD, Lynch L, Zador IE, Carpenter RJ, Timor-Tritsch IE, et al. International collaborative experience of 1789 patients having multifetal pregnancy reduction: a plateauing of risks and outcomes. J Soc Gynecol Invest 1996;3:23-26.
  48. Greenebaum E, Mansukhani MM, Heller DS, Timor-Tritsch IE. Open neural tube defects: immunocytochemical demonstration of neuroepithelial cells in amniotic fluid. Diagnostic Cytopathology 1997;16:143-44.
  49. Timor-Tritsch IE, Haratz-Rubinstein N, Monteagudo A, Lerner JP, Murphy KE. Transvaginal color Doppler sonography of the ureteral jets: a method to detect ureteral patency. Obstet Gynecol 1997;89:113-17.
  50. Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE. Development of fetal gyri, sulci and fissures: a transvaginal sonographic study. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 1997;9:222-28.
  51. Zimmer EZ, Chao CR, Sharma S, Timor-Tritsch IE. Interfetal heart rate and size variation in first-trimester multifetal pregnancies and heart rate of surviving fetuses after fetal reduction. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 1997;9:253-56.
  52. Tal J, Timor-Tritsch IE, Degani S. Accurate diagnosis of postabortal placental remnant by sonogysterography and color Doppler sonographic studies. Gynecol and Obstet Invest 1997;43:131-34.
  53. Timor-Tritsch IE, Haratz-Rubinstein N, Murphy K, Monteagudo A. Transvaginal ultrasound in the detection of ureteral jets. Contemporary Reviews in Obstet Gynecol 1997;6:143-48.
  54. Monteagudo A, Heller D, Husami N, Levine RU, McCaffrey R, Timor-Tritsch IE. Ovarian steroid cell tumors: sonographic characteristics. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 1997;10:282-88.
  55. Haratz-Rubinstein N, Murphy KE, Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE. Transvaginal gray-scale imaging of ureteral jets in the evaluation of ureteral patency. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 1997;10:342-45.
  56. Timor-Tritsch IE, Fleischer A, Monteagudo A, Valderrama E. Monochorionic quadramniotic quadruplets: sonographic workup. Fetal Diagn Ther 1997;12:363-67.
  57. Timor-Tritsch IE, Lerner JP, Monteagudo A, Murphy KE, Heller DS. Transvaginal sonographic markers of tubal inflammatory disease. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 1998;12:56-66.
  58. Timor-Tritsch IE. Is it safe to use methotrexate for selective injection in heterotopic pregnancy? Am J Obstet Gynecol 1998;178:193-94.
  59. Levy G, Levine P, Brennan J, Lerner JP, Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE. Color flow directed Doppler studies of ovarian masses. Computer analysis. J Reprod Med 1998;43:865-68.
  60. Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE. Ultrasound assessment of chorionicity and amnionicity in twin pregnancies. Fetal and Maternal Medicine Review 1998;10:213-27.
  61. Stephen JA, Timor-Tritsch IE, Lerner JP, Monteagudo A, Alonso CM. Amniocentesis after multifetal pregnancy reduction: is it safe? Am J Obstet Gynecol 2000;182:962-65.
  62. Thaler I, Boldes R, Timor-Tritsch IE. Real-time spectral analysis of the fetal EEG: a new approach to monitoring sleep states and fetal condition during labor. Pediatric Research 2000;48:340-45.
  63. Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE. Second-and third-trimester ultrasound evaluation of chorionicity and amnionicity in twin pregnancy. A simple algorithm. J Reprod Med 2000;45:476-80.
  64. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Mayberry P. Three-dimensional ultrasound evaluation of the fetal brain: the three horn view. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2000;16:302-6.
  65. Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE, Mayberry P. Three-dimensional transvaginal neurosonography of the fetal brain: ‘navigating’ in the volume scan. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2000;16:307-13.
  66. Monteagudo A, Sfakianaki, Timor-Tritsch IE. Velamentous insertion of the cord in the first trimester. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2000;16:498-99.
  67. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Horan C, Stangel JJ. Dichorionic triplet pregnancy with the monoamniotic twin pair concordant for omphalocele and bladder exstrophy. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2000;16:669-71.
  68. Evans MI, Berkowitz RL, Wapner RJ, Carpenter RJ, Goldberg JD, Ayoub MA, Horenstein J, Dommergues M, Brambati B, Nicolaides KH, Holzgreve W, Timor-Tritsch IE. Improvement in outcomes of multifetal pregnancy reduction with increased experience. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2001;184:97-103.
  69. Timor-Tritsch IE. Transvaginal sonographic evaluation of fetal anatomy at 14 to 16 weeks. Why is this technique not attractive in the United States? J Ultrasound Med 2001;20:705-9.
  70. Timor-Tritsch IE. Tubal ring and corpus luteum echogenicities. J Ultraound Med 2001;20:802.
  71. Monteagudo A, Carreno C, Timor-Tritsch IE. Saline infusion sonohysterography in non-pregnant women with previous cesarean delivery: the “niche” in the scar. J Ultrasound Med 2001;20:1105-15.
  72. Young BK, Roque H, Abdelhak Y, Timor-Tritsch IE, Rebarber A, Rosen R. Endoscopic ligation of umbilical cord at 19 week’s gestation in monoamniotic monochorionic twins discordant for hypoplastic left heart syndrome. Fetal Diagn Ther 2001;16:61-4.
  73. Timor-Tritsch IE, Platt LD. Three-dimensional ultrasound experience in obstetrics. Curr Opin Obstet Gynecol 2002;14:569-75.
  74. Goldstein SR, Monteagudo A, Popiolek D, Mayberry P, Timor-Tritsch IE. Evaluation of endometrial polyps. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2002;186:669-74.
  75. Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE. First trimester anatomy scan: pushing the limits. What can we see now? Curr Opin Obstet Gynecol 2003;15:131-41.
  76. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Rebarber A, Goldstein SR, Tsymbal T. Transrectal scanning: an alternative when transvaginal scanning is not feasible. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2003;21:473-9.
  77. Shanske AK, Pande S, Aref K, Vega-Rich C, Brion L, Reznik S, Timor-Tritsch IE. Omphalocele-exstrophy-imperforate anus-spinal defects (OEIS) in triplet pregnancy after IVF and CVS. Birth Defects Res Part A Clin Mol Teratol 2003;67:467-71.
  78. Timor-Tritsch IE, Masch RJ, Goldstein SR, Ng E, Monteagudo A. Transvaginal ultrasound-assisted gynecologic surgery: evaluation of a new device to improve safety of intrauterine surgery. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2003;189:1074-9.
  79. Timor-Tritsch IE, Bashiri A, Monteagudo A, Arslan AA. Qualified and trained sonographers can perform early fetal anatomy scans between 11-14 weeks. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2004 Oct;191:1247-52.
  80. Timor-Tritsch IE, Bashiri A, Monteagudo A, Rebarber A. Two hundred and ninety consecutive cases of multifetal pregnancy reduction: comparison of the transabdominal vs. transvaginal approach. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2004;191:2085-9.
  81. Weiss JL, Malone FD, Vidaver J, Ball RH, Nyberg DA, Comstock CH, Hankins GD, Berkovitz RL, Gross SJ, Dugoff L, Timor-Tritsch IE, D’Alton ME. Threatened abortion: A risk factor for poor pregnancy outcome, a population-based screening study. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2004;190:745-50.
  82. Dugoff L, Hobbins JC, Malone FD, Porter TF, Luthy D, Comstock CH, Hankins G, Berkowitz RL, Merkatz I, Craigo SD, Timor-Tritsch IE, Carr SR, Wolfe HM, Vidaver J, D’Alton ME. First trimester maternal serum PAPP-A and free-beta sub-unit hCG concentrations and nuchal translucency are associated with obstetric complications: a population based screening study (The FASTER Trail). Am J Obstet Gynecol 2004;191:1446-51.
  83. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Porges RF, Santos R. The use of a 15-7 MHz ‘small parts’ linear transducer to evaluate the anal sphincter in female patients. [Picture of the Month] Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2005;25:206-209.
  84. Assisted reproductive technology and pregnancy outcome.Shevell T, Malone FD, Vidaver J, Porter TF, Luthy DA, Comstock CH, Hankins GD, Eddleman K, Dolan S, Dugoff L, Craigo S, Timor IE, Carr SR, Wolfe HM, Bianchi DW, D’Alton ME. Obstet Gynecol. 2005 Nov;106(5 Pt 1):1039-45.
  85. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Smilen SW, Porges R, Avizova E. Simple ultrasound evaluation of the anal sphincter in female patients using a transvaginal transducer. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2005;25:177-183.
  86. Cleary-Goldman J, Malone FD, Vidaver J, Ball RH, Nyberg DA, Comstock CH, Saade GR, Eddleman KA, Klugman S, Dugoff L, Timor-Tritsch IE, Craigo SD, Carr SR, Wolfe HM, Bianchi DW, D’Alton M. Impact of maternal age on obstetric outcome. Obstet Gyencol 2005;105:983-90.
  87. Dugoff L, Hobbins JC, Malone FD, Vidaver J, Sullivan L, Canick JA, Lambert-Messerlian GM, Porter TF, Luthy DA, Comstock CH, Saade G, Eddleman K, Merkatz IR, Craigo SD, Timor-Tritsch IE, Carr SR, Wolfe HM, D’Alton ME. Quad screen as a predictor of adverse pregnancy outcome. Obstet Gynecol 2005;106:260-7.
  88. Monteagudo A, Minior VK, Stephenson C, Monda S, Timor-Tritsch IE. Non-surgical management of live ectopic pregnancy with ultrasound-guided local injection: a case series. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2005;25:282-288.
  89. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Tsymbal T, Strok I. Three-dimensional inversion rendering: a new sonographic technique and its use in gynecology. J Ultrasound Med 2005;24:681-688.
  90. Malone FD, Canick JA, Ball RH, Nyberg DA, Comstock CH, Bukowski R, Berkowitz RL, Gross SJ, Dugoff L, Craigo SD, Timor-Tritsch IE, Carr SR, Wolfe HM, Dukes K, Bianchi DW, Rudnicka AR, Hackshaw AK, Lambert-Messerlian G, Wald NJ, D’Alton ME. First-trimester or second-trimester screening, or both, for down’s syndrome. N Engl J Med 2005;353:2001-2011.
  91. Malone FD, Ball RH, Nyberg DA, Comstock CH, Saade GR, Berkowitz RL, Gross SJ, Dugoff L, Craigo SD, Timor-Tritsch IE, Carr SR, Wolfe HM, Dukes K, Canick JA, Bianchi DW, D’Alton ME . First-trimester septated cystic hygroma: prevalence, natural history, and pediatric outcome. Obstet Gynecol 2005;106:288-94.
  92. Fishman DA, Cohen L, Blank SV, Shulman L, Singh D, Bozorgi K, Tamura R, Timor-Tritsch I, Schwartz PE. The role of ultrasound evaluation in the detection of early-stage epithelial ovarian cancer. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2005;192:1214-21.
  93. Benacerraf BR, Benson CB, Abuhamad AZ, Copel JA, Abramowicz JS, Devore GR, Doubilet PM, Lee W, Lev-Toaff AS, Merz E, Nelson TR, O’Neill MJ, Parsons AK, Platt LD, Pretorius DH, Timor-Tritsch IE. Three-and-Four dimensional ultrasound in obstetrics and gynecology: proceedings of the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine consensus conference. J Ultrasound Med 2005;24:1587-97.
  94. Healy AJ, Malone FD, Sullivan LM, Porter TF, Luthy DA, Comstock CH, Saade G, Berkowitz R, Klugman S, Dugoff L, Craigo SD, Timor-Tritsch I, Carr SR, Wolfe HM, Bianchi DW, D’Alton ME. Early access to prenatal care: implications for racial disparity in perinatal mortality. Obstet Gynecol 2006;107:625-631.
  95. Timor-Tritsch IE. As technology evolves so should its application: shortcomings of the “18 week anatomy scan.” (Editorial) J Ultrasound Med 2006;25:423-8.
  96. Lambert-Messerlian G, Dugoff L, Vidaver J, Canick JA, Malone FD, Ball RH, Comstock CH, Nyberg DA, Saade G, Eddleman K, Klugman S, Craigo SD, Timor-Tritsch IE, Carr SR, Wolfe HM, D’Alton ME. First-and second-trimester Down syndrome screening markers in pregnancies achieved through assisted reproductive technologies (ART): a FASTER trial study. Prenat Diagn 2006;26:672-8.
  97. Comstock CH, Malone FD, Ball RH, Nyberg DA, Saade G, Berkowitz RL, Gross SJ, Dugoff L, Craigo SD, Timor-Tritsch IE, Carr SR, Wolfe HM, Bianchi DW, D’Alton ME. Is there a nuchal translucency millimeter measurement above which there is no added benefit from first trimester serum screening? A Faster trial study. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2006;195:843-847.
  98. Canick JA, Lambert-Messerlian GML, Palomaki GE, Neveux LM, Malone FD, Ball RH, Nyberg DA, Comstock CH, Bukowski R, Saade GR, Berkowitz RL, Dar P, Dugoff L, Craigo SD, Timor-Tritsch IE, Carr SR, Wolfe HM, D’Alton ME. Comparison of serum markers in first-trimester down syndrome screening. Obstet Gynecol 2006; 108:1192-1199.
  99. Eddleman KA, Malone FD, Sullivan L, Vidaver J, Berkowitz RL, Kharbutli Y, Flint Porter T, Luthy DA, Comstock CH, Saade GR, Klugman S, Dugoff L, Craigo SD, Timor-Tritsch IE, Carr SR, Wolfe HM, D’Alton ME. Pregnancy loss rates after midtrimester amniocentesis: the faster trial. Obstet Gynecol 2006; 108:1067-1072.
  100. Timor-Tritsch IE. Correspondence-Re: Fetal magnetic resonance imaging: luxury or necessity? Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2006;28:859-861.
  101. Bukowski R, Smith GCS, Malone FD, Ball RH, Nyberg DA, Comstock CH, Hankins GDV, Berkowitz RK, Gross SJ, Dugoff L, Craigo SD, Timor IE, Carr SR, Wolfe HM, D’Alton ME. Human sexual size dimorphism in early pregnancy. Am J Epidemiol 2007;165:1216-8.
  102. Breathnach FM, Malone FD, Lambert-Messerlian G, Cuckle HS, Porter TF, Nyberg DA, Comstock CH, Saade GR, Berkowitz RL, Gross SJ, Dugoff L, Craigo SD, Timor-Tritsch IE, Carr SR, Wolfe HM, Trip T, Bianchi DW, D’Alton ME. First and second trimester screening: detection of aneuploidies other than down syndrome. Obstet Gynecol 2007;110:651-7.
  103. Bukowski R, Smith GC, Malone FD, Ball RH, Nyberg DA, Comstock CH, Hankins GD, Berkowitz RL, Gross SJ, Dugoff L, Craigo SD, Timor-Tritsch IE, Carr SR, Wolfe HM, D’Alton ME. Fetal growth in early pregnancy and risk of delivering low birth weight infant: prospective cohort study. BMJ 2007;334:836.
  104. Timor-Tritsch IE, Ana Monteagudo. Three and four-dimensional ultrasound in obstetrics and gynecology. Curr Opin Obstet Gynecol 2007;19:157-175.
  105. Simpson LL, Malone FD, Bianchi DW, Ball RH, Nyberg DA, Comstock CH, Saade G, Eddleman K, Gross SJ, Dugoff L, Craigo SD, Timor-Tritsch IE, Carr SR, Wolfe HM, Tripp T, D’Alton ME. Nuchal translucency and the risk of congenital heart disease. Obstet Gynecol 2007;109:376-83.
  106. Ball RH, Caughey AB, Malone FD, Nyberg DA, Comstock CH, Saade GR, Berkowitz RL, Gross SJ, Dugoff L, Craigo SD, Timor-Tritsch IE, Carr SR, Wolfe HM, Emig D, D’Alton ME. First-and second-trimester evaluation of risk for down syndrome. Obstet Gynecol 2007;110:10-17.
  107. Belogolovkin V, Eddleman KA, Malone FD, Sullivan L, Ball RH, Nyberg DA, Comstock CH, Hankins GD, Carter S, Dugoff L, Craigo SD, Timor-Tritsch IE, Carr SR, Wolfe HM, Emig D, D’Alton ME. The effect of low body mass index on the development of gestational hypertension and precclampsia. J Matern Fetal Neonatal Med 2007;20:509-13.
  108. Timor IE. “Flattening” of ob/gyn practice. Letter to the Editor. Contemporary Ob/Gyn September 2007;52 (9):34.
  109. Kudla M, Timor-Tritsch IE, Mayer Hope Joanie, Monteagudo A, Popiolek D, Monda S, Lee CJ, Arslan AA. Spherical tissue sampling in 3-Dimensional power Doppler angiography. A new approach for evaluation of ovarian tumors. J Ultrasound Med 2008;27:425-433.
  110. Cuckle HS, Malone FD, Wright D, Porter TF, Nyberg DA, Comstock CH, Saade GR, Berkowitz RL, Ferreira JC, Dugoff L, Craigo SD, Timor IE, Carr SR, Wolfe HM, D’Alton ME. Contingent screening for Down syndrome-results from the Faster trial. Prenat Diagn 2008;28:89-94.
  111. Schwartz N, Monteagudo A, Bornstein E, Timor-Tritsch IE, Zagzag D, Kudla M. Thrombosis of an ectatic torcular herophili: anatomic localization using fetal neurosonography. Letter to the Editor. J Ultrasound Med 2008;27:989-992.
  112. Bornstein E, Monteagudo A, Keeler S, Timor-Tritsch IE. Sonographic detection of fetal rectal prolapse: an unfinished symphony. Letter to the Editor. J Ultrasound Med 2008;27:677-679.
  113. Bornstein E, Atkins K, Fishman S, Monteagudo A, Bajor-Dattilo EB, Arif F, Monda S, Greco AM, Timor-Tritsch IE. Severe uropathy and normal amniotic fluid volume in a male fetus: sonographic surveillance leading to the diagnosis of megacystis-microcolon-intestinal hypoperistalsis syndrome. J Ultrasound Med 2008;27:1099-1104.
  114. Individualized norms of optimal fetal growth: fetal growth potential.Bukowski R, Uchida T, Smith GC, Malone FD, Ball RH, Nyberg DA, Comstock CH, Hankins GD, Berkowitz RL, Gross SJ, Dugoff L, Craigo SD, Timor IE, Carr SR, Wolfe HM, D’Alton ME; First and Second Trimester Evaluation of Risk (FASTER) Research Consortium. Obstet Gynecol. 2008 May;111(5):1065-76.
  115. Timor-Tritsch IE, Fuchs KM, Monteagudo A, D’Alton ME. Performing a fetal anatomy scan at the time of first-trimester screening. Obstet Gynecol 2009;113:402-407.
  116. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Santos R. Three-dimensional inversion rendering in the first-and early second-trimester fetal brain: its use in holoprosencephaly. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2008;32:744-50.
  117. Hoffman JD, Bianchi DW, Sullivan LM, Mackinnon BL, Collins J, Malone FD, Porter TF, Nyberg DA, Comstock CH, Bukowski R, Berkowitz RL, Gross SJ, Dugoff L, Craigo SD, Timor-Tritsch IE, Carr SR, Wolfe HM, D’Alton ME. Down syndrome serum screening also identifies an increased risk for multicystic dysplastic kidney, two-vessel cord, and hydrocele. Prenat Diagn 2008;28:1204-1208.
  118. Dugoff L, Cuckle HS, Hobbins JC, Malone FD, Belfort MA, Nyberg DA, Comstock SH, Saade GR, Eddleman KA, Dar P, Craigo SD, Timor-Tritsch IE, Carr SR, Wolfe HM, D’Alton ME. Prediction of patient-specific risk for fetal loss using maternal characteristics and first and second trimester maternal serum Down syndrome markers. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2008;199:290.e1-6.
  119. Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE. Normal sonographic development of the central nervous system from the second trimester onwards using 2D, 3D and transvaginal sonography. Prenat Diagn 2009;29:326-339.
  120. Sherer DM, Timor-Tritsch IE, Dalloul M, Zinn H, Sokolovski M, Kheyman M, Yu S, Abulafia O. Prenatal sonographic findings of an isolated cervical esophageal duplication cyst. J Ultrasound Med 2009;28:405-407 (Just Images).
  121. Bukowski R, Malone FD, Porter FT, Nyberg DA, Comstock CH, Hankins GDV, Eddleman K, Gross SJ, Dugoff L, Graigo SD, Timor-Tritsch IE, Carr SR, Wolfe HM, D’Alton ME. Preconceptional folate supplementation and the risk of spontaneous preterm birth: a cohort study. PLOS Medicine 2009; volume 6, Issue 5.
  122. Hope JM, Long K, Kudla M, Arslan A, Tsymbal T, Strok I, Timor-Tritsch IE. Three dimensional power Doppler angiography of cyclical ovarian blood flow. J Ultrasound Med 2009;28:1043-1052.
  123. Timor-Tritsch IE, Shapiro E, Patrick SL, Monteagudo A. Prenatal sonographic diagnosis of a buried penis. J Ultrasound Med 2009;28:1389-1392.
  124. Bornstein E, Boozarjomehri F, Monteagudo A Santos R, Milla SS, Timor-Tritsch IE. Diagnostic and prognostic aspects in the sonographic evaluation of a fetus with an oral mass. J Ultrasound Med 2009;28:689-693.
  125. Hanono A, Shah B, David R, Buterman I, Roshan D, Shah S, Lam L, Timor-Tritsch I. Antenatal treatment of fetal goiter: a therapeutic challenge. J Matern Fetal Neonatal Med 2009;22:76-80.
  1. Aagaard-Tillery KM, Malone FD, Nyberg DA, Porter TF, Cuckle HS, Fuchs KM, Sullivan L, Comstock CH, Saade GR, Eddleman K, Gross S, Dugoff L, Craigo SD, Timor IE, Carr SR, Wolfe HM, Bianchi DW, D’Alton ME. Role of second trimester genetic sonography after down syndrome screening. Obstet Gynecol 2009;114:1189-96.
  2. Schwartz N, Timor-Tritsch IE, Wang E. Adnexal masses in pregnancy. Clin Obstet Gynecol 2009;52:570-85.
  3. Timor-Tritsch IE. Appearance of the levtaor ani muscle subdivisions in endovaginal three-dimensional ultrasonography. Obstet Gynecol 2009;114:1145
  4. Bornstein E, Monteagudo A, Santos R, Strock I, Tsymbal T, Lenchner E, Timor-Tritsch IE. Basic as well as detailed neurosonogram can be performed by an off-line analysis of 3D fetal brain volumes. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2009;22
  5. D’Alton ME, Clearly-Goldman J, Lambert-Messerlian G, Ball RH, Nyberg DA, Comstock CH, Bukowski R, Berkowitz RL, Dar P, Dugoff L, Craigo SD, Timor IE, Carr SR, Wolfe HM, Dukes K, Canick JA, Malone FD. Maintaining quality assurance for sonographic nuchal translucency measurement: lessons from the FASTER Trial. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2009;33:142-146.
  6. Kaplan AD, Jaffa AJ, Timor IE, Elad D. Hemodynamic analysis of arterial blood flow in the coiled umbilical cord. Reprod Sci 2010;3:258-68.
  7. Bornstein E, Monteagudo A, Santos R, Keeler SM, Timor-Tritsch IE. A systematic technique using 3-dimensional ultrasound provides a simple and reproducible mode to evaluate the corpus callosum. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2010;202:201
  8. Schwartz N, Coletta J, Pessel C, Feng R, Timor-Tritsch IE, Parry S, Salafia CN. Novel 3-dimensional placental measurements in early pregnancy as predictors of adverse pregnancy outcomes. J Ultrasound Med 2010;29:1203-1212
  9. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Tsymbal T. Three-dimensional ultrasound inversion rendering technique facilitates the diagnosis of hydrosalpinx. J Clin Ultrasound 2010;38:372-6.
  10. Rodgers EB, Monteagudo A, Santos R, Greco A, Timor-Tritsch IE. Diagnosis of pentalogy of Cantrell using 2- and 3-dimensional sonography. J Ultrasound Med 2010;29:1825-1828.
  11. Schwartz N, Pessel C, Coletta J, Krieger AM, Timor-Tritsch IE. Early biometric lag in the prediction of small for gestational age neonates and preeclampsia. J Ultrasound Med 2011;30:55-60.
  12. Timor-Tritsch IE, Goldstein SR. Pinpointing extrauterine pregnancy. Contemporary Ob/Gyn 2011;56:42-50.
  13. Friedman AM, Phoon CK, Fishman S, Seubert DE, Timor-Tritsch IE, Schwartz N. The utility of fetal echocardiography after an unremarkable anatomy scan. Obstet Gynecol 2011;118:921-7.
  14. Schwartz N, Mandel D, Sklakhter O, Coletta J, Pessel C, Timor-Tritsch IE, Salafia CM. Placental morphologic features and chorionic surface vasculature at term are highly correlated with 3-dimensional sonographic measurements at 11 to 14 weeks. J Ultrasound Med 2011; 30:1171-8.
  15. Hobbins JC, Pilu G, Abuhumad A, Alfirevic Z, Bahado-Singh RO, Benacerraf BR, Berkowitz RL, Cetin I, Copel JA, Eik-Nes S, Frusca T, Galan HL, Guaschino S, Mahoney MJ, Marsal K, Malinger G, Marconi AM, Martinelli P, Moore TR, Papageorghiou AT, Platt LD, Rizzo N, Tabor A, Thilaganathan B, Timor-Tritsch IE, Todros T, Yagel S. Antiobiotic prophylaxis before amniocentesis. Prenat Diagn 2011;31:1213-4.
  16. Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE. Fetal CNS scanning-less of a headache than you think. Clin Obstet Gynecol 2012; 55:249-65.
  17. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A. Unforeseen consequences of the increasing rate of cesarean deliveries: early placenta accreta and cesarean scar pregnancy. A review. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2012;207:14-29.
  18. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Santos R, Tsymbal T, Pineda G, Arslan AA, The diagnosis, treatment and follow-up of cesarean scar pregnancy. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2012;207:44.e1-13.
  19. Timor-Tritsch IE. Hyperosmolar glucose injection for the treatment of heterotopic ovarian pregnancy. Obstet Gynecol 2012;120:1212
  20. Salomon LJ, Alfirevic Z, Bilardo CM, Chalouhi GE, Ghi T, Kagan KO, Lau TK, Papageorghiou AT, Raine-Fenning NJ, Stirnemann J, Suresh S, Tabor A, Timor-Tritsch IE, Toi A, Yeo G. ISUOG practice guidelines: performance of first-trimester fetal ultrasound scan. Obstet Gynecol 2013;41:240.
  21. Gupta S, Pineda G, Rubin S, Timor-Tritsch IE. Four consecutive recurrent cesarean scar pregnancies in a single patient. J Ultrasound Med. 2013;32:1878-80.
  22. Doubilet PM, Benson CB, Bourne T, Blaivas M; Society of Radiologists in Ultrasound Multispecialty Panel on Early First Trimester Diagnosis of Miscarriage and Exclusion of a Viable Intrauterine Pregnancy, Barnhart KT, Benacerraf BR, Brown DL, Filly RA, Fox JC, Goldstein SR, Kendall JL, Lyons EA, Porter MB, Pretorius DH, Timor-Tritsch IE. Diagnostic criteria for nonviable pregnancy early in the first trimester. N Engl J Med 2013;369:1443-51.
  23. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Cali G, Palacios-Jaraquemada JM, Maymon R, Arslan AA, Patil N, Popiolek D, Mittal KR. Cesarean scar pregnancy and early placenta accrete share common histology. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2014;43:383-95.
  24. Mascilini F, Moruzzi C, Giansiracusa C, Guastafierro F, Savelli L, De Meis L, Epstein E, Timor-Tritsch IE, Mailath-Pokorny M, Ercoli A, Exacoustos C, Benacerraf BR, Valentin L, Testa AC. Imaging in gynecological disease. 10: Clincial and ultrasound characteristics of decidualized endometriomas surgically removed during pregnancy. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2014;44:354-60.
  25. Reddy UM, Abuhamad AZ, Levin D, Saade GR; Fetal Imaging Workshop Invited Participants. Fetal imaging: executive summary of a joint Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine. American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine, American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, American College of Radiology, Society for Pediatric Radiology, and Society of Radiologists in Ultrasound Fetal Imaging Workshop. J Ultrasound Med. 2014;33:745-57.
  26. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Cali G, Vintzileos A, Viscarello R, Al-Khan A, Zamudio S, Mayberry P, Cordoba MM, Dar P. Cesarean scar pregnancy is a precursor of morbidly adherent placenta. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2014;44:346-53.
  27. Gupta S, Timor-Tritsch IE, Oh C, Chervenak J, Monteagudo A. Early second-trimester sonography to improve the fetal anatomic survey in obese patients. J Ultrasound Med 2014;33:1579-83.
  28. Goldstein SR, Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Monda S, Popiolek D. Cystadenofibromas: can transvaginal ultrasound appearance reduce some surgical interventions? J Clin Ultrasound 2015;43:393-6.
  29. Timor-Tritsch IE, Cali G, Monteagudo A, Khatib N, Berg RE, Forlani F, Avizova E. Foley balloon catheter to prevent or manage bleeding during treatment for cervical and cesarean scar pregnancy. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2015;46:118-23.
  30. Timor-Tritsch IE, Khatib N, Monteagudo A, Ramos J, Berg R, Kovacs S. Cesarean scar pregnancies: experience of 60 cases. J Ultrasound Med 2015;34:601-10.
  31. Benacerraf BR, Abuhamad AZ, Bromley B, Goldstein SR, Groszmann Y, Shipp TD, Timor-Tritsch IE. Consider ultrasound first for imaging the female pelvis. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2015;212:450-5.
  32. Timor-Tritsch IE. Sliding organs sig in gynecological ultrasound. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2015;46:125-6.
  33. Timor-Tritsch IE, Haynes MC, Monteagudo A, Khatib N, Kovacs S. Ultrasound diagnosis and management of acquired uterine enhanced myometrial vascularity/arteriovenous malformations. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2016;214:731.
  34. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Bennett TA, Foley C, Ramos J, Kaelin Agten A. A new minimally invasive treatment for cesarean scar pregnancy and cervical pregnancy. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2016;215:351.
  35. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Cali G, Refaey HE, Agten AK, Arslan AA. Easy sonographic differential diagnosis between intrauterine pregnancy and cesarean delivery scar pregnancy in the early first trimester. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2016;215:225.
  36. D’Antonio F, Palacios-Jaraquemada J, Lim PS, Forlani F, Lanzone A, Timor-Tritsch I, Cali G. Counseling in fetal medicine: evidence-based answers to clinical questions on morbidly adherent placenta. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2016;47:290-301.
  37. Alfirevic Z, Tang AW, Collins SL, Robson SC, Palacios-Jaraquemada J; Ad-hoc International AIP Expert Group. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2016;47:276-8.
  38. Chmait RH, Kontopoulos EV, Jackson M, Horenstein J, Timor-Tritsch I, Quintero RA. Selective reduction using intravascular potassium chloride injection after laser surgery for twin-twin transfusion syndrome. Fetal Diagn Ther 2016;39:306-10.
  39. Kaelin Agten A, Ringel N, Ramos J, Timor-Tritsch IE, Agten CA, Monteagudo A. Standardization of peak systolic velocity measurement in enhanced myometrial vascularity. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2016;215:802-803.
  40. Khouri OR, Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE. Tubal disease and impersonators/masqueraders. Clin Obstet Gynecol 2017;60:46-57.
  41. Cali G, D’Antonio F, Forlani F, Timor-Tritsch IE, Palacios-Jaraquemada JM. Ultrasound detection of bladder-uterovaginal anastomoses in morbidly adherent placenta. Fetal Diagn Ther 2017;41:239-240.
  42. Mascilini F, Savelli L, Scifo MC, Exacoustos C, Timor-Tritsch I, De Blasis I, Moruzzi MC, Pasciuto T, Scambia G, Valentin L, Testa AC. Ovarian masses with papillary projections diagnosed and removed during pregnancy: ultrasound features and histological diagnoses. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2017;50:116-123.
  43. Cali G, Forlani F, Timor-Tritsch IE, Palacios-Jaraquemada J, Minneci G, D’Antonio F. Natural history of cesearean scar pregnancy on prenatal ultrasound: the crossover sign. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2017;50:100-104.
  44. Tutschek B, Blaas HK, Abramowicz J, Baba K, Deng J, Lee W, Merz E, Platt L, Pretorius D, Timor-Tritsch IE, Gindes L. ISUOG 3D Special Interest Group. Three-dimensional ultrasound imaging of the fetal skull and face. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2017;50:7-16.
  45. Monteagudo A, Romero JA, Timor-Tritsch IE. Pregnancy in an abnormal location. Clin Obstet Gynecol 2017;60:586-595.
  46. Timor-Tritsch IE. Rambam Hospital is the birthplace of the mdern version of transvaginal ultrasound. Rambam Maimonides Med J 2017;8.
  47. Prayer D, Malinger G, Brugger PC, Cassady C, De Catte L, De Keersmaecker B, Fernandes GL, Glanc P, Goncalves LF, Gruber GM, Laifer-Narin S, Lee W, Millischer AE, Molho M, Neelavalli J, Platt L, Pugash D, Ramaekers P, Salomon LJ, Sanz M, Timor-Tritsch IE, Tutschek B, Twickler D, Weber M, Ximenes R, Raine-Fenning N. ISUOG Practice Guidelines: performance of fetal magnetic resonance imaging. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2017;49:671-680.
  48. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Kaelin Agten A. Recap-minimally invasive treatment for cesarean scar pregnancy using a double-balloon catheter: additional suggestions to the technique. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2017; 496-7.
  49. Bennett TA, Morgan J, Timor-Tritsch IE, Dolin C, Dziadosz M, Tsai M. Fifth recurrent cesarean scar pregnancy: a case report and historical perspective. Ulltrasound Obstet Gynecol 2017;50:658-660.
  50. Malinger G, Paladini D, Pilu G, Timor IE. Fetal cerebral magnetic resonance imaging, neurosonography and the brave new world of fetal medicine. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2017;50:679-680.
  51. Yukhayev A, Meirowitz N, Madankumar R, Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A. Uncommon second trimester presentation of vein of galen malformation. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2018;51:421-423.
  52. D’Antonio F, Timor-Tritsch IE, Palacios-Jaraquemada J, Monteagudo A, Buca D, Forlani F, Minneci G, Foti F, Manzoli L, Liberati M, Acharya G, Cali G. First-trimester detection of abnormally invasive placenta in high-risk women: systematic review and meta-analysis. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2018;51:176-183.
  53. Cali G, Timor-Tritsch IE, Palacios-Jaraquemada J, Monteagudo A, Buca D, Forlani F, Familiari A, Scambia G, Acharya G, D’Antonio F. Outcome of cesarean scar pregnancy managed expectantly: systematic review and meta-analysis. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2018;51:169-175.
  54. Kaelin Agten A, Honart A, Monteagudo A, McClelland S, Basher B, Timor-Tritsch IE. Cesarean delivery changes the natural position of the uterus on transvaginal ultrasonography. J Ultrasound Med 2017 [Epub ahead of print]

 

Case Reports/Abstracts

  1. Harel D. and Timor-Tritsch I: Neurological complications of diving. Harefuah 76:139, 1969 (Hebrew)
  2. Markler A, Paldi E, Brandes JM, Fuchs K and Timor-Tritsch I: The immunological factor in sterility. Harefuah 82:109, 1972. (Hebrew)
  3. Timor‑Tritsch IE, Better OS, Tatarsky I, Chaimowitz C, Peretz A, Abramovici H: Successful treatment of post-partum renal failure with heparin. Brit Med J 4:221‑222, 1970.
  4. Timor‑Tritsch IE and Paldi E: Tubal pregnancy, salpingectomy through operative culdoscopy. Acta Obstet Scand, 54:285‑286, 1975.
  5. Paldi E. Gergely ZR, Abramovici H. and Timor-Tritsch IE: Clomiphene citrate induced simultaneous intra and extrauterine pregnancy. Case report. Fertil Steril 26:1140-1, 1975.
  6. Timor‑Tritsch I: Types of fetal movement. Briefs, Footnotes on Maternity Care. XL No.10, Dec. 1976.
  7. Blumenfeld Z, Brandes JM, Timor‑Tritsch IE: Pregnancy and extra hepatic portal hypertension. Harefuah, Vol. XCIII, No.3:116, 1980. (Hebrew)
  8. Timor‑Tritsch IE, Peretz BA: Transvaginal Fallopian tube ultrasonography in health and disease. Int J Fertil 31: 406, 1987 (A).
  9. Peretz BA, Timor‑Tritsch IE: Transvaginal 6.5 MHz sector scanning diagnosis of tubal pregnancy. Int J Fertil 31: 400, 1987.
  10. Blumenfeld D, Shalev E, Timor-Tritsch IE: Intra-abdominal hemorrhage due to the rupture of a blood vessel overlying a uterine fibroid. J. Obstet. Gynecol. 8: 284-5, 1987.5.
  11. Timor‑Tritsch IE: High frequency probes aid transvaginal sonography. Diagnostic Imaging Jan, 1987 p 98‑105
  12. Brandes JM, Itskovitz J, Timor‑Tritsch IE, Drugan A, Frydman R: Reduction of the number of embryos in a multiple pregnancy: quintuplet to triplet. Fertil Steril 48: 327, 1987
  13. Baxi, L, Warren, W, Collins, M., Timor-Tritsch, I. Detection of Caudal Regression Syndrome in the First Trimester of Pregnancy. Obstet Gynecol, 75(3):486-90, 1990.
  14. Farine D, Caccia N, Oppenheimer L, Timor-Tritsch IE. Diagnosis of Placenta Previa. The Female Patient, September 1991, 1625-33.
  15. Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE. Anterior encephalocele: early detection by transvaginal sonography. The Fetus, 1992; 2:4.
  16. Tal J, Timor-Tritsch IE, Degani. Accurate diagnosis of postabortal placental remnant by sonohysterography and color Doppler sonographic s Gynecol & Obstet Invest, 1997;43(2):131-134.
  17. Timor-Tritsch IE. Transvaginal scan of the multifetal pregnancy. Fetal Diagnosis & Therapy, 2002;17(S1):37
  18. Young BK, Roque H, Abdelhak Y, Timor-Tritsch I, Rebarber A, Rosen R. Endoscopic ligation of umbilical cord at 19 week’s gestation in monoamniotic monochorionic twins discordant for hypoplastic left heart syndrome. Fetal Diagn Ther 2001 Jan-Feb;16 (1): 61-4.
  19. Bukowski R, Saade G, Malone F, Hankins G, Ball R, Nyberg D, Comstock C, Eddleman K, Gross S, Dugoff L, Timor I. Association between impaired fetal growth potential and adverse pregnancy outcome. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2002;187:S57.
  20. Bukowski R, Saade G, Malone F, Hankins G. Slowing of fetal growth at the end of pregnancy: a dating artifact. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2002;187:S97.
  21. Cleary-Goldman J, Malone F, Hackshaw A, Robinson J. Impact of maternal age on obstetric outcome-a population based screening study (The Faster Trial). Am J Obstet Gynecol 2002;187:S141.
  22. Weiss J, Malone F, Tsouderos D, Ball R. Obesity, obstetrical complications and cesarean delivery rate – a population based screening study (The Faster Trial). Am J Obstet Gynecol 2002;187:S141.
  23. Malone F, Shevell T, Welch K, Tripp T, Ball R. Decision to accept genetic amniocentesis: a population based screening study (The Faster Trial). Am J Obstet Gynecol 2002;187:S159.
  24. Young B, Timor-Tritsch IE, Rebarber A, Roman A, Gillen-Goldstein J. Wound closure after endoscopic intrauterine procedures. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2002;187:S185.
  25. Monteagudo A, Mayberry P, Rebarber A, Paidas M, Timor-Tritsch IE. Sirenomelia sequence: first-trimester diagnosis with both two-and three-dimensional sonography. [Case Report] J Ultrasound Med 2002;21:915-20.
  26. Malone FD, Wald NJ, Canick JA, Ball RH. First- and second-trimester evaluation of risk (FASTER) Trial: principal results of the NICHD multicenter down syndrome screening study. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2003;189:S56.
  27. Bukowski R, Saade G, Malone F, Hankins G, Ball R, Nyberg D, Comstock C, Eddleman K, Gross S, Dugoff L, Timor I. First trimester origins of fetal growth impairment and its consequences-results from the faster trial. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2003;189:S76.
  28. D’Alton ME, Malone FD, Lambert-Messerlian G, et al. Maintaining quality assurance for nuchal translucency sonography in a prospective multicenter study-results from the faster trial. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2003;189:S79.
  29. Dugoff L, Hobbins J, Malone F, et al. The association between first-trimester maternal serum PAPP-A and free BETA-HCG concentrations and obstetric complications-a population-based screening study (The Faster Trial). Am J Obstet Gynecol 2003;189:S78.
  30. Malone FD, Ball RH, Nyberg DA, et al. First trimester nasal bone evaluation for aneuploidy in an unselected general population-results from the faster trial. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2003;189:S79.
  31. Timor-Tritsch IE, Rebarber A, MacKenzie A, Caglione CF, Young BK. Four-dimensional real-time sonographically guided cauterization of the umbilical cord in a case of twin-twin transfusion syndrome. J Ultrasound Med 2003;22:741-6.
  32. Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE, Minior VK, Horan C. Nonsurgical management of ectopic pregnancy with ultrasound-guided local injection and IM methotrexate. Ultrasound Med Biology 2003;29:S52.
  33. Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE, Monda S. Three-dimensional ultrasound in fetal central nervous system abnormalities. Ultrasound Med Biology 2003;29:S113.
  34. Malone FD, Wald NJ, Canick JA, et al. First and second trimester evaluation of risk (faster) trial: principal results of the NICHD multicenter down syndrome screening study. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2003;189:S56.
  35. Radek B, Saade G, Malone FD, Porter TF, et al. First-trimester origins of fetal growth impairment and its consequences-results from the faster trial. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2003;189:S76.
  36. Timor-Tritsch IE, Rebarber A, MacKenzie A, Caglione CF, Young BK. Four-dimensional real-time sonographically guided cauterization of the umbilical cord in a case of twin-twin transfusion syndrome. [Case Report] J Ultrasound Med 2003;22:741-6.
  37. Shevell T, Malone FD, Vidaver J, et al. Assisted reproductive technology and pregnancy outcome-a population based screening study (the faster trial). Am J Obstet Gynecol 2003;189:S175.
  38. Bukowski R, Saade G, Malone FD, et al. Dating of pregnancy using last menstrual period, crown-rump length or second trimester ultrasound biometry-results from the faster trial. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2003;189:S134.
  39. Eddleman K, Berkowitz R, Kharbutli Y, et al. Pregnancy loss rates after midtrimester amniocentesis: the faster trial. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2003;189:S111.
  40. Bianchi D, MacKinnon B, Dukes K, et al. Increased risk of neonatal structural and functional abnormalities following positive first or second trimester aneuploidy screening (the faster trial). Am J Obstet Gynecol 2003;189:S163.
  41. Malone FD, Wald NJ, Canick JA, et al. Use of overall population, center-specific, and sonographer-specific nuchal translucency medians in down syndrome screening: which is best? (results from the faster trial). Am J Obstet Gynecol 2003;189:S232.
  42. Canick JA, Wald NJ, Malone FD, et al. Gestational age-based performance of down syndrome screening markers-results from the faster trial. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2003;189:S116.
  43. Young BK, Stephenson CD, Rebarber A, Roman A, MacKenzie AP, Minior V, Koklanaris N, Mulholland J, Timor-Tritsch IE. 2D and 3D ultrasound guided endoscopic umbilical cord ligation with bipolar cautery in twin and triplet monochorionic gestations. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2003;189:S225.
  44. Roman AS, Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE, Rebarber A. First trimester diagnosis of sacrococcygeal teratoma: the role of three-dimensional ultrasound. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2004;23:612-614.
  45. Monteagudo A, Strok I, Greenidge S, Timor-Tritsch IE. Quadruplet pregnancy two sets of twins, each occupying a horn of a septate (complete) uterus. J Ultrasound Med 2004;23:1107-1111.
  46. Shevell T, Malone FD, Vidaver J, et al. Abnormal first trimester fetal heart rate and pregnancy outcome-a population based screening study (the faster trial). Am J Obstet Gynecol 2004;189:S238.
  47. Malone F, Nyberg DA, Vidaver J, et al. First and second trimester evaluation of risk (FASTER) trial: the role of second trimester genetic s Supplement Amer J Ob Gyn 2004;S3.
  48. Malone F, Bianchi D, Ball R, et al. Nuchal translucency and the risk of congenital heart disease-a population-based screening study (The FASTER Trial). Supplement Amer J Ob Gyn 2004;S3.
  49. Saade G, Malone F, Porter F, et al. Determinants of fetal growth impairment. Supplement Amer J Ob Gyn 2004;S21.
  50. Faber V, Malone F, Belfort M, et al. First trimester uterine artery doppler and subsequent intrauterine growth restriction and preterm birth. Supplement Amer J Ob Gyn 2004;S22.
  51. Urato A, Craigo S, Canick J, et al. The effect of maternal smoking on maternal serum analyte levels and down syndrome screen positivity-results from the faster trial. Supplement Amer J Ob Gyn 2004;S44.
  52. Malone FD, Lambert-Messerlian G, Canick J. First and second trimester evaluation of risk (FASTER) trial: detection of aneuploidies other than down syndrome. Supplement Amer J Ob Gyn 2004;S45.
  53. Dugoff L, Faber V, Hobbin J, et al. The effect of vaginal bleeding on maternal serum PAPP-A, Free b-HCG, and nuchal translucency. A population based screening study (The FASTER Trial). Supplement Amer J Ob Gyn 2004;S47.
  54. Dugoff K, Sullivan L, Canick J, et al. Multiple maker first and second trimester serum screening for adverse pregnancy outcome: a faster trial study. Supplement Amer J Ob Gyn 2004;S47.
  55. Craigo S, Urato A, Canick J, et al. The effect of maternal prednisone use on second-trimester maternal serum unconjugated estriol levels-results from the faster trial. Supplement Amer J Ob Gyn 2004;S48.
  56. Ball RH, Caughey AB, Malone FD, et al. First and second trimester evaluation of risk for down syndrome: a cost-utility analysis-results of the faster trial. Supplement Amer J Ob Gyn 2004;S65.
  57. Dolan S, Gross S, Merkatz IR. The contribution of birth defects to prematurity and low birthweight in a population-based screening study (the FASTER trial). Supplement Amer J Ob Gyn 2004;S123.
  58. Healy A, Malone F, Peloso G. Racial disparity in perinatal mortality-results from the faster trial. Supplement Amer J Ob Gyn 2004;S125.
  59. Young BK, Stephenson CD, MacKenzie AP, Roman AS, Rebarber A, Minior VK, Mayberry P, Timor-Tritsch IE. Combined sonographic and endoscopic umbilical cord occlusion in twin and triplet gestations. J Perinat Med 2005;33:530-3.
  60. Timor-Tritsch IE, Goldstein SR. The complexity of a complex mass and the simplicity of a simple cyst. J Ultrasound Med 2005;24:255-258 [Editorial].
  61. Monteagudo A, Minior VK, Stephenson C, Monda S, Timor-Tritsch IE. Non-surgical management of live ectopic pregnancy with ultrasound-guided local injection: a case series. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2005;25:282-8.
  62. Huang WM, Monteagudo A, Bennet GL, Fowkes ME, Timor-Tritsch IE. Schizencephaly in a dysgenetic fetal brain: prenatal sonographic, magnetic resonance imaging, and postmorterm correlation. J Ultrasound Med 2006;25:551-554.
  63. Monteagudo A, Dong R, Timor-Tritsch IE. Fetal fibular hemimelia: case report and review of the literature. J Ultrasound Med 2006;25:533-7.
  64. Monteagudo A, Kudla MM, Essig M, Santos R, Timor-Tritsch IE. Real-time and 3-dimensional sonographic diagnosis of postural congenital genu recurvatum. J Ultrasound Med 2006;25:1079-1083.
  65. Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE, Strok 3D “thick slice” rendering of suspecting uterine malformation obviates the use of saline infusion sonohysterography to establish the diagnosis. Accepted at the 16th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology (ISUOG) September 2006.
  66. Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE, Monda S. The six year experience of a single practice with central nervous system anomalies. Accepted at the 16th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology (ISUOG) September 2006.
  67. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Tsymbal T. Three-dimensional inversion helps in diagnosing hydrosalpinx. Accepted at the 16th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology (ISUOG) September 2006.
  68. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Holcomb K. Decidualized hypervascularized ovarian endometrioma in pregnancy: can it be distinguished from cancer to avoid surgery. Accepted at the 16th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology (ISUOG) September 2006.
  69. Dulay AT, Schwartz N, Laser A, Greco MA, Monteagudo A, Timor Two- and 3-dimensional sonographic diagnosis of a vesicorectal fistula in cloacal dysgenesis sequence. J Ultrasound Med 2006;25:1489-1494.
  70. Timor-Tritsch IE, Kudla M, Lee C, Monteagudo A, Bashiri A, Arslan A. Influence of the initial and final number of fetuses after multifetal pregnancy reduction on successful pregnancy outcome. Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology 2007;30:508.
  71. Kudla M, Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Hope J, Monda S, Lee K, Popiolek D, Arslan AA. Virtual 3D power Doppler angiographic spherical tissue sampling for evaluation of ovarian pathology. Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology 2007;30:511.
  72. Most OL, Singer T, Buterman I, Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE. Postpartum management of placenta previa accreta left “in situ”: the role of 3-dimensional angiography. J Ultrasound Med 2008;27:1375-1380.
  73. Bornstein E, Atkins K, Fishman S, Monteagudo A, Bajor-Dattilo EB, Arif F, Monda S, Greco AM, Timor-Tritsch IE. Severe uropathy and normal amniotic fluid volume in a male fetus. Sonographic survailence leading to the diagnosis of megacystis-microcolon-intestinal hypoperistalsis syndrome. J Ultrasound Med 2008;27:1099-1104.
  74. Bornstein E, Monteagudo A, Dong R, Schwartz N, Timor-Tritsch IE. Detection of twin reversed arterial perfusion sequence at the time of first trimester screening: the added value of 3-dimensional volume and color Doppler sonography. J Ultrasound Med 2008;27:1105-1109.
  75. Bornstein E, Monteagudo A, Lenchner E, Timor-Tritsch IE. Trans-abdominal multifetal pregnancy reduction-related fetal loss is similar in monochorionic and dichorionic twin pairs. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2008;32:342.
  76. Kudla MJ, Timor-Tritsch IE, Alcazar JL, Monteagudo A, Popiolek D, Monda S, Mayer Hope J, Lee CJ, Arslan AA. Spherical virtual tissue sampling with different size samples in 3D power Doppler angiography for evaluatioin of ovarian cancers. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2008;32:369.
  77. Schwartz N, Salafia CM, Timor-Tritsch IE. Performing an in utero placental pathology examination at 11-14 weeks gestation. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2008;32:392.
  78. Kudla MJ, Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Monda S, Hope JM, Arslan AA. Evaluation of vascular density of PCOS ovaries with 3D PDA spherical virtual tissue sampling-a new tool to improve definition of PCOS? Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2008;32:326-327.
  79. Bornstein E, Monteagudo A, Platt LD, Santos R, Timor-Tritsch IE. Basic as well as detailed neurosonogram can be performed by an off-line analysis of 3D fetal brain volumes. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2008;32:318.
  80. Bornstein E, Monteagudo A, Platt LD, Santos R, Timor-Tritsch IE. Median view obtained by an off-line analysis of 3D fetal brain volume can provide eas and reliable measurements of the cerebellar vermis, cisterna magna and nuchal fold. Ultrasound Obstet and Gynecol 2008;32:252.
  81. Langer Most O, Singer T, Buterman I, Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE. Postpartum management of placenta previa accreta left in situ. Role of 3-dimensional angiography. J Ultrasound Med 2008;27:1375-1380.
  82. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Santos R. Fine-tuning the diagnosis of fetal scalp cysts. The value of high-frequency sonography. J Ultrasound Med 2008;27:1363-1368.
  83. Schwartz N, Keeler SM, Fishman S, Timor-Tritsch IE. Neurosonography to detect brain injury in a surviving monochorionic twin after demise of its co-twin. J Clin Ultrasound 2009;37:165-167.
  84. Bornstein E, Santos R, Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A. “Brothers in arms”: 3-dimensional sonographic findings in a first-trimester thoracoomphalopagus conjoined twin pair. J Ultrasound Med 2009;28:97-99.
  85. Wagner SA, Keeler SM, Blank SV, Timor-Tritsch IE. Metastatic gestational trophoblastic disease following a complete hydatdiform mole coexistent with an anencephalic fetus diagnosed at 10 weeks’ gestation. J Ultrasound Med 2008;27:1533-1536.
  86. Timor-Tritsch IE, Kapp S, Berg R, Bejjani BA, Adams SA, Monteagudo A, Divon M, Pappas JG. Greig cephalopolysyndactyly syndrome: diagnosis based on prenatal sonographic features coupled with comparative genomic hybridization. J Ultrasound Med 2009; 28:1735-1742.
  87. Bornstein E, Monteagudo A, Santos R, Keeler SM, Timor-Tritsch IE. A systematic technique using 3-dimensional ultrasound provides a simple and reproducible mode to evaluate the corpus callosum. American Journal Obestrics Gynecology 2010;202:201-202.
  88. Bornstein E, Berg R, Santos R, Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE. Term singleton pregnancy after conservative management of a complicated triplet gestation including a heterotopic cornual monochorionic twin pair. J Ultrasound Med 2011;30:865-7.
  89. Mailath-Pokorny M, Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Mittal K, Konno F, Santos R. Prenatal diagnosis of unilateral proximal femoral focal deficiency (PFFD) at 19 gestational weeks: A case report and review of literature. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2011;38:594-7.
  90. Cordoba Munoz, Marcos; Acevedo-Alvarez, Marian; Monteagudo, Ana; Antoine, Clarel; Silen, Scott; Timor-Trisch, Ilan; Virtual 3 dimensional ultrasound cystoscopy used for th ediagnosis of cervical cerclage eroded inot the bladder. Journal: (Isuog Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology) Wiley: Case Report: A 30 year-old G8/P6106 presented at 24 weeks for evaluation of urinary incontinence. [NVD] in 2011 European Journal of Radiology 80, no.2 (November 2011): 188-197, doi:10. 1016/j.ejrad.2010.04.003. Investigative Radiology 41, no.12 (December 2006): 883-889, doi:10.1097/01.rli.0000246121012747.20
  91. Kaelin Agten A, Cali G, Monteagudo A, Oviedo J, Timor-Tritsch IE. The clinical outcome of caesarean scar pregnancies implanted on the scar versus in the niche. Abstracts of the 26th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Rome, Italy, 24-28 September 2016. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2016;48:Suppl 1:142.
  92. D’Antonio F, Palacios-Jaraquemada JM, Timor-Tritsch IE, Forlani F, Gabriella M, Cali G. Prenatal prediction of the evolution of caesarean scar pregnancy. Abstracts of the 26th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Rome, Italy, 24-28 September 2016. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2016;215:802-803.

Books

  1. Timor-Tritsch IE, Rottem S, Editors. Transvaginal Sonography. New York: Elsevier Publishing Company 1987.
  2. Timor-Tritsch IE, Rottem S, Editors. Transvaginal Sonography, 2nd Ed. New York: Chapman-Hall Publishers 1990.
  3. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Cohen HP. Ultrasonography of the Prenatal and Neonatal Brain. Stamford Ct: Appleton & Lange 1996.
  4. Goldstein SR, Timor-Tritsch IE. Ultrasound in Gynecology. New York: Churchill Livingstone 1995.
  5. Timor-Tritsch IE, Kurjak A. Ultrasound and the Fallopian Tubes. London: The Parthenon Publishing Group 1996.
  6. Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE. Ultrasound and Multiple Pregnancy. London: The Parthenon Publishing Group 1997.
  7. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Cohen HL. Ultrasound of the Prenatal and Neonatal Brain, 2nd Ed. New York: McGraw Hill 2001.
  8. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Cohen HL. Ultrasonografia del cervello prenatale e neonatale, 2nd Ed. Roma: CIC Edizioni Internazionali 2002.
  9. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Cohen HL. Neuroecografίa Prenatal y Neonatal, 2nd Ed. Marbán Libros, S.L. 2004.
  10. Timor-Tritsch IE, Goldstein SR. Ultrasound in Gynecology, 2nd Edition. Philadelphia, PA: Churchill Livingstone, an imprint of Elsevier Inc. 2007.
  11. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Pilu G, Malinger G. Ultrasound of the Prenatal Brain, 3rd Edition. New York, NY: McGraw Hill 2012.

 

Book Chapters

  1. Rosen MG, Sokol RJ, Chik L, Timor‑Tritsch IE, Hertz RH and Zador I: Fetal EG and organization of fetal brain. I. FEEG, FHR and infant outcome at one year of age. II.Methodology for studies of the fetal brain prior to birth. Intrauterine Asphyxia and the Developing Brain. Yearbook Medical Publishers N.Y., Louis Gluck Editor: 191‑204, 1977.
  2. Fuchs K, Hoch Z, Paldi E, Abramovici H, Brandes JM, Timor‑Tritsch IE and Kleinhaus H:Hypno-desensitization therapy of vaginismus ‑ “In vivo” and “In vitro” methods. In: Handbook of Sex Therapy. Joseph LaPiccolo and Leslie LaPiccolo (eds). Plenum Publishing Co., N.Y. 1978.
  3. Timor‑Tritsch IE, Dierker LJ, Hertz RH, Chik L and Rosen MG: Antepartum respiratory movement patterns of the human fetus at term. In Proceedings Vth Conference on Fetal Breathing, page 144, Nijmegen, Netherlands Edited by the University of Nijmegen Medical School Press.
  4. Timor‑Tritsch I: Perinatal asphyxia. Proceedings of the International Workshop on the “At Risk” infant. 25 July 1979, Tel Aviv, Israel. Excerpta Medica Publication, Amsterdam, Holland, Editor S. Patel.
  5. Timor-Tritsch IE, Rottem S, Elgali S: How Transvaginal Sonography Is Done. In Timor-Tritsch IE, Rottem S. Transvaginal Sonography, Elsevier, Y. 1987.
  6. Timor-Tritsch IE, Rottem S, Boldes, R: Scanning the Uterus. In Timor-Tritsch IE, Rottem S, Transvaginal Sonography, Elsevier, Y. 1987.
  7. Timor-Tritsch IE, Rottem S, Levron Y: The Fallopian Tubes. In Timor-Tritsch IE, Rottem S, Transvaginal Sonography, Elsevier, Y. 1987.
  8. Blumenfeld Z, Rottem S, Elgali S, Timor-Tritsch IE. Transvaginal Assessment of Early Embryologic Development. In Transvaginal Sonography, Timor-Tritsch IE, Rottem S. Elsevier, N.Y. 1987.
  9. Timor-Tritsch IE, Rottem S, Blumenfeld Z: Pathology of the Early Intrauterine Pregnancy. In Timor-Tritsch IE, Rottem S, Transvaginal Sonography, Elsevier, Y. 1987.
  10. Rottem S, Timor-Tritsch IE. Think Ectopic. In, Timor-Tritsch IE, Rottem S, Transvaginal Sonography, Elsevier, Y. 1987.
  11. Drugan A, Blumenfeld Z, Erlik Y, Timor-Tritsch IE, Brandes JM. The Use of Transvaginal Sonography in Infertility. In Timor-Tritsch IE, Rottem S, Transvaginal Sonography, Elsevier, Y. 1987.
  12. Timor‑Tritsch, IE, Rottem, S: Ectopic pregnancy. Diagnosis and management using transvaginal sonography. In Fredericks, CM, Holtz G, Paulson, JD (eds): Ectopic Pregnancy: Pathophysiology and Clinical Management. New York: Hemisphere Publications (Harper & Row), 1989
  13. Timor‑Tritsch, IE, Rottem, S: Transvaginal sonography in the management of infertility. In Kurjak, A (ed): Management of Infertility. Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 1988
  14. Drugan, A, Timor‑Tritsch, IE: Transvaginal ultrasonography. In Evans, MI, Fletcher, JC, Drexler, AO, Shulman, JD (eds): Fetal Diagnosis and Therapy: Science, Ethics and the Law. Philadelphia: Harper Publishing, 1989
  15. Rottem, S, Timor‑Tritsch, I.E, Itskovitz J.: Transvaginal ultrasonographic diagnosis in gynecology and infertility. In Kurjak A. (ed): Handbook of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology. CRC Press. Boca Raton, Florida, l989
  16. Zimmer, EZ, Timor-Tritsch, IE, Rottem S. The Technique of Transvaginal Sonography. In Timor-Tritsch, IE, Rottem, S., Transvaginal Sonography, Second Edition, Elsevier, Y. 1991.
  17. Timor-Tritsch IE, Rottem S, Lewit N. The Fallopian Tubes. In, Timor-Tritsch, IE, Rottem S, Transvaginal Sonography, Second Edition, Elsevier, Y. 1991.
  18. Rottem S, Timor-Tritsch IE. Ovarian Pathology. In, Timor-Tritsch IE, Rottem S., Transvaginal Sonography, Second Edition, Elsevier, Y., 1991.
  19. Farine, D, Oppenheimer, LW, Timor-Tritsch, I.E.: The Use of the Vaginal Probe in the Diagnosis of Placenta Previa: In, Timor-Tritsch, I.E., Rottem, Transvaginal Sonography, Second Edition, Elsevier, Y., 1991.
  20. Timor-Tritsch, IE, Blumenfeld, Z, Rottem S: Sonoembryology. In Transvaginal Sonography, Second Edition, Elsevier, Y., 1991.
  21. Timor-Tritsch, IE, Rottem, S.: Pathology of the Early Intrauterine Pregnancy. In, Timor-Tritsch, I.E., Rottem, S., Transvaginal Sonography, Second Edition, Elsevier, Y., 1991.
  22. Bronshtein M, Timor-Tritsch, IE, Rottem S.: Early Detection of Fetal Anomalies. In, Timor-Tritsch, IE, Rottem, S., Transvaginal Sonography, Second Edition, Elsevier, Y., 1991.
  23. Rottem S, Timor-Tritsch, IE: Think Ectopic. In, Timor-Tritsch, IE, Rottem, S., Transvaginal Sonography, Second Edition, Elsevier, Y., 1991.
  24. Monteagudo, A., Timor-Tritsch, I.E., Reuss, ML, Rosen, M.G.: Transvaginal Sonography of the Second and Third Trimester Fetal Brain. In, Timor-Tritsch, I.E., Rottem, S., Transvaginal Sonography, Second Edition, Elsevier, Y. 1991.
  25. Timor-Tritsch, I.E., Peisner, D.B., Monteagudo, A.: Vaginal Sonographic Puncture Procedures. In, Timor-Tritsch, I.E., Rottem, S., Transvaginal Sonography, Second Edition, Elsevier, Y. 1991.
  26. Timor-Tritsch, I.E.: Office and Emergency Room Use of Transvaginal Sonography. In, Timor-Tritsch, I.E., Rottem, S., Transvaginal Sonography, Second Edition, Elsevier, Y. 1991.
  27. Timor-Tritsch IE and Monteagudo A: Evaluation of the CNS by transvaginal sonography. Obstetrical & Gynecological Clinics of North America. Editor: L Platt. 1991; 18:713-48.
  28. Timor-Tritsch IE, Peisner DB, Monteagudo A: The use of transvaginal sonography in the diagnosis of ectopic pregnancy. in Infertility and Reproductive Medicine Clinics of North America, Editor: L. Grunfeld. 1991; 2:727-40.
  29. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Peisner DB: Puncture procedures guided by transvaginal sonography. in Infertility and Reproductive Medicine Clinics of North America. Editor: L. Grunfeld. 1991; 2:799-811.
  30. Timor-Tritsch IE, Rottem S, Farine D: Transvaginal Sonographic Description of Embryonic and Early Fetal Development. in: Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology – Volume Editors: Chervenak, Isaacson & Campbell. Little, Brown, Boston 1992.
  31. Farine D, Fox HE, Timor-Tritsch IE: Vaginal Approach to the Ultrasound Diagnosis of Placenta Previa. in: Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology – Volume II. Editors: Chervenak, Isaacson & Campbell. Little, Brown, Boston
  32. Rottem S, Timor-Tritsch IE, Thaler I: Assessment of Pelvic Pathology by High Frequency Transvaginal Sonography. in: Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology – Volume II. Editors: Chervenak, Isaacson & Campbell. Little, Brown. Boston, Ma. 1992
  33. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Rottem S: Normal and abnormal fetal anatomy in the first 15 weeks of pregnancy using transvaginal ultrasound. in: Diagnostic Ultrasound Applied to Ob Editor: R. Sabbagha. The Lippincot Company 1993.
  34. Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE: Transvaginal Transfontanelle imaging of the second and third trimester fetus in Diagnostic Ultrasound Applied to Ob Gyn. Editor: R. Sabbagha. The Lippincot Company (in preparation)
  35. Timor-Tritsch IE: Sonoembryology: structural evaluation of the fetus from 6 to 16 weeks in: Diseases of the Fetus and Newborn. Editor: G. Reed, Peter Altman. Medical Publisher (Chapman & Hall Limited) London, England
  36. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Brown G. Transvaginal Sonography… A true “revolution” in imaging the female pelvis. in: Ultrasonography in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Third Edition, edited by Peter W. Callen, W.B. Saunders Company, 1993.
  37. Timor-Tritsch IE, Lerner JP, Monteagudo A. Transvaginal sonographic characterization of ovarian masses using color flow directed Doppler measurements. in Early Detection of Ovarian Carcinoma with Transvaginal Sonography, edited by A. Fleischer and H. Jones III. Raven Press, N.Y. 1993, pp.145-150.
  38. Timor-Tritsch IE, Lerner JP. Morphologic Diagnosis of ovarian tumors with transvaginal sonography. in Early Detection of Ovarian Carcinoma with Transvaginal Sonography, edited by A. Fleischer and H. Jones III. Raven Press, N.Y. 1993, pp.53-65.
  39. Lerner JP, Timor-Tritsch IE. Morphologic evaluation of the ovary using transvaginal sonography. in Ultrasound and the Ovary, by Asim Kurjak, M.D., Parthenon Publishing, l993.
  40. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Brown G. Sonoembryology: Structural evaluation of the Fetus from 6-16 Weeks. in Reed, G. Diseases of the Fetus and Newborn, 2nd Edition. Chapman & Hall, London. 1993.
  41. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A: Transvaginal Sonography. In: Ambulatory Gynecology. 2nd ed. J.P. Lippincott co. 1994, pp 350-358.
  42. Timor-Tritsch IE, Boozarjomeiri F, Monteagudo A: Evaluation of the cervix by transvaginal sonography in pregnancy. In: The Fetus as a Patient – Advances in diagnosis and Treatment. Edited by: A. Kurjak and F. Chervenak. Parthenon Publishing Inc. London 1994
  43. Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE: Detection of chorionicity and amnionicity in multifetal pregnancies by TVS. in: The Fetus as a Patient – Advances in diagnosis and Treatment. Edited by: A. Kurjak and F. Chervenak. Parthenon Publishing Inc. London 1994
  44. Timor-Tritsch IE. Diagnosis and Management of Ovarian Cysts other than Endometriomas. In: Infertility and Transvaginal Sonography. Edited by Desai and G. Allahbadia. Jaypee Brothers Publishers, 1994. p. 54.
  45. Timor-Tritsch IE. Transvaginal Puncture Procedures – The Columbia Presbyterian Experience. In: Infertility and Transvaginal Sonography. Edited by S.Desai and G. Allahbadia. Jaypee Brothers Publishers, 1994, p.60.
  46. Timor-Tritsch IE. Conducting the Gynecologic Ultrasound Examination. In: Goldstein SR, Timor-Tritsch IE: Ultrasound in Gynecology. New York: Churchill Livingstone. 1995:49-54
  47. Timor-Tritsch IE. Adnexal Masses. In: Goldstein SR, Timor-Tritsch IE: Ultrasound in Gynecology. New York: Churchill Livingstone. 1995: pp 103-114.
  48. Timor-Tritsch IE. The Lower Urinary Tract. In: Goldstein SR, Timor-Tritsch IE: Ultrasound in Gynecology. New York: Churchill Livingstone. 1995: pp 133-138.
  49. Goldstein SR, Timor-Tritsch IE. Early Pregnancy. In: Goldstein SR, Timor-Tritsch IE: Ultrasound in Gynecology. New York: Churchill Livingstone. 1995:139-154/
  50. Timor-Tritsch IE, Goldstein SR. Ectopic Pregnancy. In: Goldstein SR, Timor-Tritsch IE: Ultrasound in Gynecology. New York: Churchill Livingstone. 1995:169-186.
  51. Timor-Tritsch IE. Color Flow/Doppler Studies. In: Goldstein SR, Timor-Tritsch IE: Ultrasound in Gynecology. New York: Churchill Livingstone. 1995:239-252.
  52. Timor-Tritsch IE. Ovarian Cancer Screening. In: Goldstein SR, Timor-Tritsch IE: Ultrasound in Gynecology. New York: Churchill Livingstone. 1995:253-270.
  53. Timor-Tritsch IE, Goldstein SR. Gynecologic Ultrasound in the Emergency Room. In: Goldstein SR, Timor-Tritsch IE: Ultrasound in Gynecology. New York: Churchill Livingstone, 1995:253-288.
  54. Timor-Tritsch IE. Ectopic Pregnancy. In: Timor-Tritsch IE, Kurjak A: Ultrasound and the Fallopian Tubes. The Parthenon Publishing Group, London, 1996:22-50.
  55. Timor-Tritsch IE. Normal prenatal anatomy of the fetal brain from six postmenstrual weeks to term. In: Timor- Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A: Ultrasound of the Prenatal and Neonatal Brain. New York: Appleton & Lange. 1996:11-79.
  56. Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE. Abnormal prenatal anatomy of the fetal brain from six postmenstrual weeks to term. In: Timor- Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A: Ultrasound of the Prenatal and Neonatal Brain. New York: Appleton & Lange. 1996:147-220.
  57. Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE. Normative measurements of the fetal brain ventricles. In: Timor- Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A: Ultrasound of the Prenatal and Neonatal Brain. New York: Appleton & Lange. 1996:89-146.
  58. Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE. The diagnosis of multiple pregnancy in the first trimester. In: Jauniaux E and Jurkovic D. Ultrasound in Early Pregnancy. Parthenon Publishing, London (in press).
  59. Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE. New standards for fetal neuroscanning. in Fetus as a Patient, Chervenak F. (Editor) Parthenon Publishing group London
  60. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A: Dynamic evaluation of the cervix in Endosonography in obstetrics and gynecology. Editor: Gautham Allahbadia. 1996 Rotunda-Medical Technologies, Pvt Ltd Mumbai-India.
  61. Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE, Haratz-Rubinstein N: Transvaginal diagnosis of placenta previa in endosonography in obstetrics and gynecology. Editor: Gautham Allahbadia. 1996 Rotunda-Medical Technologies, Pvt Ltd Mumbai-India.
  62. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A: Scanning techniques in obstetrics and gynecology, in clinical obstetrics and gynecology. Editor: S. Goldstein. Lippincott-Raven, Philadelphia. 1996:167-174.
  63. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Lerner JP: Transvaginal puncture procedures in patients undergoing assisted reproductive technologies In Current Opinion in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Editor: S Campbell and AH DeCherney. Guest editor: M. Sauer 1996;8:200-210.
  64. Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE, Lerner JP: The Normal Fallopian Tube in Ultrasound and the Fallopian Tubes. Editor: A. Kurjak, IE Timor-Tritsch, 1996:23-26. The Parthenon Publishing Group: London.
  65. Lerner JP, Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A: Inflammatory changes of the Fallopian Tube in Ultrasound and the Fallopian Tubes. Editor: A Kurjak, IE Timor-Tritsch. 1996:63-74. The Parthenon publishing group: London.
  66. Haratz-Rubinstein N, Timor-Tritsch IE: Paratubal tumors: sonographic appearance in Ultrasound and the fallopian tubes. Editor: A Kurjak, IE Timor-Tritsch. 1996:95-100. The Parthenon publishing group: London.
  67. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A: Office Ultrasound in: Outpatient Gynecologic Surgery. Editor: A. Jefferson Penfield. 1997. Williams and Wilkins Publishers, Baltimore,
  68. Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE, Lerner JP: Transvaginal Sonographic Puncture Procedures. in: Outpatient Gynecologic Surgery. Editor: A. Jefferson Penfield. Williams and Wilkins Publishers, Baltimore,
  69. Haratz-Rubinstein N, Timor-Tritsch IE: The Role of Ultrasound in Oocyte Donation. In Principles of Oocyte and Embryo Donation. Mark V. Sauer Editor 1998. Springer, New York
  70. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A: Fetal Neurosonography. In: Asphyxia and Fetal Brain Damage Editor Dev Maulik 1998. John Wiley & Sons New York
  71. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A: Sonography evaluation of the cervix in pregnancy. In: A textbook of perinatal medicine. Editor Asim Kurjak. Section: Ultrasound in perinatal medicine. The Parthenon Publishing Group Limited, 1998, pp 374-385
  72. Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE. The use of methotrexate in gynecologic practice. In: Methotrexate. Cronstein BN, Bertino J, editors. From Milestones in Drug Therapy. Series editors Parnham MJ and Bruinvels J. Birkhause Verlag Publishing LTD., Basel, Switzerland, 2000, pp125-136.
  73. Lerner J, Monteagudo A, Timor-Trtisch IE, Fleischer AC. Guided Procedures Using Transvaginal, Transperineal, and Transrectal. In: Sonography in Obstetrics and Gynecology Principles & Practice, Sixth edition. Editor Arthur Fleischer. McGraw-Hill Medical Publishing Division, 2001, pp. 1163-1184.
  74. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A. Transvaginal fetal neuroscan. Fetal and Neonatal Neurology and Neurosurgery, Third Edition. Editors: MI Levene, FA Chervenak, M Whittle. Churchill Livingstone, 2001, pp. 297-315.
  75. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Rebarber A. Ultrasound evaluation of unusual triplet gestations. Triplet pregnancies and their consequences. Editors: LG Keith, I Blickstein. The Parthenon Publishing Group, 2002, pp. 33-44.
  76. Monteagudo A, Timor Malformations in the first fifteen weeks. Diagnostic Imaging of Fetal Anomalies. Editors: DA Nyberg, JP McGahan, DH Pretorius, G Pilu. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2003, pp. 815-844.
  77. Timor-Tritsch IE. New Horizons in Obstetric and Gynecologic Ultrasound. Blazer S, Zimmer EZ (eds): The Embryo: Scientific Discovery and Medical Ethics. Basel, Karger, 2005, pp 309-328.
  78. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A. Diagnosis of Chorionicity and Amnionicity. Editors: Isaac Blickstein, Louis G. Keith. Taylor & Francis Group, 2005, pp. 291-307.
  79. Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE. Imaging the Fetal Brain. In Prenatal Diagnosis, Evans MI, Johnson MP, Yaron Y, Drugan A. The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.: USA, 2006; pp 199-226.
  80. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A. Three-dimensional Fetal Neuroscan. In Prenatal Diagnosis, Evans MI, Johnson MP, Yaron Y, Drugan A. The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.: USA, 2006; pp 365-382.
  81. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Kurjak A, Vecek N. Diagnosing Chorionicity and Amnionicity by Ultrasound. In Prenatal Assessment of Multiple Pregnancy. Thomas Publishing Services: UK, 2007; pp45-62.
  82. Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE. Ultrasound of the Fetal Brain. In: Levine D, Sheth S, editors. Ultrasound Clinics. Philadelphia (PA): Elsevier Inc.; 2007; pp 217-244.
  83. Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE. Anomalies of the Ventral Wall. In High Risk Obstetrics: The Requisites in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Editors: Mark I. Evans, Edmund F. Funai, Charles J. Lockwood. Mosby Elsevier. Philadephia, PA, 2008; pp 85-90.
  84. Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE. Anomalies of the fetal face. In High Risk Obstetrics: The Requisites in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Editors: Mark I. Evans, Edmund F. Funai, Charles J. Lockwood. Mosby Elsevier. Philadephia, PA, 2008; pp 91-94.
  85. Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE. Anomlaies of the fetal central nervous system. In High Risk Obstetrics: The Requisites in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Editors: Mark I. Evans, Edmund F. Funai, Charles J. Lockwood. Mosby Elsevier. Philadephia, PA, 2008; pp 95-114.
  86. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A. Scanning Techniques in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. European Practice in Gynaecology and Obstetrics – Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Wladimiroff J and Eik-Nes S, Editors. Elsevier 2009, pp 33-56.
  87. Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE. Counting the Layers with High Resolution. Special insert. In Iatrogenic Multiple Pregnancy: Clinical Implications. Blickstein I, Keith L, editors. The Parthenon Publishing Group Limited, in press.
  88. Bornstein E, Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE. The utilization of 3D and 4D Technology in Fetal Neurosonology. In Ultrasound Clinics 3. Advanced Obstetrical Ultrasound: Fetal Brain, Spine and Limb Abnormalties. Lazebnik N, Lazebnik Roee S. Editors. Elsevier Inc. 2008; pp 489-516.
  89. Bornstein E, Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE. 3D and 4D Fetal Neuroscan: Sharing the Know-how and Tricks of the Trade. In Ultrasound Clinics 3. Advanced Obstetrical Ultrasound: Fetal Brain, Spine and Limb Abnormalties. Lazebnik N, Lazebnik Roee S. Editors. Elsevier Inc. 2008; pp 517-528.
  90. Lazebnik N, Bornstein E, Timor-Tritsch IE. The Utility of Volume Sonography for the Detection of Fetal Spine Abnormalities. In Ultrasound Clinics 3. Advanced Obstetrical Ultrasound: Fetal Brain, Spine and Limb Abnormalties. Lazebnik N, Lazebnik Roee S. Editors. Elsevier Inc. 2008; pp 529-539.
  91. Schwartz N, Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A. Transvaginal fetal neuroscan. In Fetal and Neonatal Neurology and Neurosurgery, 4th Editors: Malcolm I Levene, Frank A. Chervenak. Elsevier 2008; pp 339-365.
  92. Lerner VT, Goldstein SR, Timor-Tritsch IE. First-trimester complications. In Obstetric Imaging. Editors: Joshua A. Copel, Mary E. D’Alton, Eduard Gratacos, Lawrence D. Platt, Boris Tutscheck, Helen Feltovich, Anothony O. Odibo. Elsevier 2012; pp 263-271.
  93. Joshua A. Copel, Thomas R. Moore, Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A. Obstetric Imaging- Central Nervous System Imaging. Creasy and Resnik’s Maternal-Fetal Medicine: Principles and Practice, 7th Edition, Editors. Elsevier Inc. 2013; pp 235-263.
  94. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A Terri-Ann Bennett. A Consequence of Cesarean Delivery: First-Trimester Cesarean Scar Pregnancy. In First-Trimester Ultrasound. A Comprehensive Guide. Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2016; pp 299-325.
  95. Monteagudo A, Dziadosz M, Timor-Tritsch IE. Fetal Anomalies. In First-Trimester Ultrasound. A Comprehensive Guide. Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2016; pp 339-366.

Videos and Electronic Publications and Others

  1. Timor-Tritsch IE. Transvaginal Sonography. Video Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 1990; Volume II, Number 4.
  2. Timor-Tritsch IE. Transvaginal sonography of the early pregnancy. Video Journal of Ob/Gyn, 1991; Volume IV. Peisner DB, Timor-Tritsch IE, Sharma S. Principles of obstetrical ultrasound examination. ACOG Interactions 1993; 5:5 Decker Electronic Publishing Inc.
  3. Timor-Tritsch IE. Is it safe to use methotrexate for selective injection in heterotopic pregnancy. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1998;178:193-4 letter
  4. Timor-Tritsch IE. La valutzaione ecografica della cervice. Econews, 2001; Anno VII Trimestrale ISSN 1123 8399.
  5. Timor-Tritsch IE. Evaluation of Gynecologic Pathology via Ultrasound. ACOG Update, 2002; Volume 27.
  6. Timor-Tritsch IE, Monteagudo A, Tsymbal T, Strok I. Three-dimensional inversion rendering. A new sonographic technique and its use in gynecology. J Ultrasound Med 2005;24:681-688 [Video online at jultrasoundmed.org]
  7. Timor IE, Monteagudo A. Case of the week #154. thefetus.net/case.php?id=1556
  8. Early Frist Trimester Diagnostic Criteria for Miscarriage and Nonviable Pregnanacy; (1)Peter m. Doubilet, MD, PhD, Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School- (1) Carol B. Benson, MD, (2)
  9. Tom H. Bourne, MBBS, PhD Queen Charlotte’s and Chelsea Hospital (3) Michael Blaivas MD, for the Society of Radiologists in Ultrasound Multispecialty Consensus Panel on Early First Trimester Diagnosis of Miscarriage and Exclusion of a Viable intrauterine Pregnancy* Northside Hospital- Forsyth, Atlanta