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  1. EPOS™: Electronic Presentation Online System, is the European Society of Radiology's online database for electronic scientific exhibits. Since its inception in 2003, myriads of electronic posters that had been submitted to them, EPOS™ made all those chef-d'œuvres permanently available online, completely free of charge. Amidst their archive, one of the remarkable presentations of 2017 (ECR 2017 / C-1668) called: “Transfontanellar ultrasound in preterm infants – a survival guide for the young radiologist on call” (beside ECR 2014 / C-0527), I think would be of very special interest to all the 99nicu nCUS enthusiasts. Electronic Poster: ‘ECR 2017 / C-1668’ is a joint initiative by the outstanding specialists of Cluj Napoca, Romania and Bern, Switzerland. Courtesy: I. Ciocan and W. L. Pabst.
  2. Here goes the Scottish experience. NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde. nCUS: A guideline for the performance of routine cranial USS for preterm infants.
  3. Neonatal Cranial Ultrasound (nCUS) screening epitomized. Courtesy: Erik Beek and Floris Groenendaal. Department of Radiology and Neonatology of the Wilhelmina Children's Hospital and the University Medical Centre of Utrecht. The Netherlands.
  4. Definitely, it would be great to have a feedback-loop amidst our interested members and guests through the exchange of recent advances along with good old but indispensable pearls in the realm of neonatal cranial ultrasound screening (nCUS) via these shared links in this series. Any relevant nCUS update linking all the 99 nicu enthusiasts would be much appreciated. Courtesy Dr. Taco Geertsma, The Netherlands.
  5. Neurosonography: a relatively simple and unique modality of neuroimaging, that's available to the neonates almost from the very dawn of our emerging speciality. Technological advances and ever-increasing experience with obtaining and interpreting cranial ultrasonography (CUS) images have led to its widespread acceptance, yielding valuable insight into the anatomy of the preterm and term newborn brain. And here goes one of the most impressive evidence based online clinical resources of CUS with a new domain address.
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