PCOS webinar IA

Precision Diagnostics for PCOS: Bridging the Gap Between Labs and Clinical Practice

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a common hormonal condition that affects an estimated 8–13% of reproductive-aged women.1 Up to 80% of women with anovulatory infertility have PCOS. PCOS cases among women of reproductive age rose from 6 million in 1990 to more than 12 million in 2019 across more than 200 countries and regions.2

Learn how the updates in the 2023 PCOS guidelines and diagnostic criteria may impact your clinical practice to address this underserved medical condition. See what is new in PCOS diagnostics and gain from an in-depth analysis of AMH and androgens under the guidance of Prof. Helena Teede (Australia), Prof. Robert Norman (Australia), and Dr. Syed Abbas Raza (Pakistan).

  • Describe the significant changes and updates in diagnosis as per the 2023 PCOS guidelines
  • Apply the revised diagnostic criteria accurately in the context of PCOS
  • Identify and use the recommended laboratory tests for PCOS diagnosis, screening, and is management
  • Assess and adapt your clinical practice to align with the evidence-based recommendations, ultimately improving patient care

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1. World Health Organization. Polycystic ovary syndrome. WHO.

2. Liu X, Zhang J, Wang S. Global, regional, and national burden of infertility attributable to PCOS, 1990-2019. Hum Reprod. November 2023. DOI: 10.1093/humrep/dead241