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Most epignathus teratomas were detected during the second and third trimester by two-dimensional or three-dimensional ultrasound.
The interobserver reliability and validity of volume calculation from three-dimensional ultrasound datasets in the in vitro setting.
Three-dimensional ultrasound for assessing women with gynecological cancer: a systematic review.
Laine, "Segmentation of real-time three-dimensional ultrasound for quantification of ventricular function: A clinical study on right and left ventricles," Ultrasound in Medicine & Biology, vol.
The study confirms the validity and reliability of three-dimensional ultrasound for measuring bladder sensory thresholds and offers a less invasive method for doing so, Dr.
Three-dimensional ultrasound has enabled advances in many areas of medicine, including fetal research, cardiac imaging and oncology.
Key words: Three-dimensional ultrasound, obstetrics, gynecology
The advanced technique takes three-dimensional ultrasound images and adds the element of time to the process ( known as 4D ultrasound.
New York -- Three-dimensional ultrasound represents an emerging advance in imaging with important applications in obstetrics, Alfred Z.
4D ultrasound systems allow physicians (and parents) to view continuously updated three-dimensional ultrasound images, which essentially show the baby's movements in "real time.
This diagnostic three-dimensional ultrasound and power Doppler examination will include microvascular imaging with intravenous contrast agents for visualization of micro- and nanoparticles within capillaries, capable of distinguishing the leaky patterns associated with blood flow to tumors.
Ultimately, the real test of any system for three-dimensional ultrasound imaging will occur in the clinic.

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