Introducing Dr Denise Ladwig
DR DENISE LADWIG
B Med FRANZCOG DDU
Dr Denise Ladwig is an Obstetrician Gynaecologist and Ultrasound Specialist. Denise works exclusively in women’s imaging, completing her fellowship at the Royal Hospital for Women in Sydney. She is a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and has a Diploma of Diagnostic Ultrasound. She has worked in both the public and private sector, with consultant appointments including Royal Hospital for Women and St George Private Hospital (Sydney). Denise has been an examiner for the Diploma of Medical Ultrasound for the Australasian Society of Ultrasound in Medicine.
Denise is committed to providing accurate and thorough ultrasound assessments of pregnancy and the female pelvis. She is passionate about providing high quality professional care for women within a friendly and caring environment. Denise believes in taking time to talk with women, providing education and support. She understands that women are often anxious about their ultrasounds. Patients will receive individual consultations with Denise following their ultrasound with an opportunity to ask questions and discuss findings.
Denise has special interests in gynaecologic pathology, 3D/4D imaging and fetal abnormalities. Her publications include articles on the imaging diagnosis of adenomyosis and the in-utero diagnosis of muscular dystrophy with muscle biopsy.
Ladwig D, Mowat D, Tobias V, Taylor PJ, Buckley MF, McNally G, Challis D. In utero fetal muscle biopsy in the diagnosis of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. Aust NZ J Obstet Gynaecol 2002 Feb;42(1):79-82.
Ladwig D. Imaging features of adenomyosis. (The Bulletin, 2002, Australasian Society of Ultrasound in Medicine).
Ladwig D, Miljkovic-Petrovic L, Hewson AD. Simplified colposuspension : A 15 Year Follow-up. Aust NZ J Obstet Gynaecol 2004 Feb;44(1):39-45.
Ladwig D, McNally GR, Warren P, Farnsworth R. Antenatal sonographic findings of urethral diverticulum (letter to editor). Ultrasound Obstets Gynaecol 2005 Feb;25(2):202-203.