AP diameter

AP diameter

 Anterior-posterior diameter
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The quantitative variable of AP diameter of AAA in the two modalities showed a mean of 4.
Follow-ups included measurement of aforementioned indices in patients: AP diameter and cortical thickness of the affected kidney, as well as TNF-a and caspase 3 levels in urine, three and six months after pyeloplasty.
For the evaluation of the spinal canal, stenosis is compatible with an AP diameter of the canal less than 10 mm in the cervical spine or 12 mm in the lumbar spine (Figure 19).
Peripheral-Green] Transverse Diameter > AP Diameter Increased flow & Score IV PSV > 40 cm/sec (Lesion-Blue] Hypoechoic lesion 8 Score V having ill-defined/ (Lesion + irregular margin Surrounding-Blue] with or without posterior attenuation.
01% of endplates were larger than the largest prostheses in the AP diameter and 57.
The diagnosis of prenatal hydronephrosis was made on ultrasound where renal pelvis AP diameter of the kidney was more than 5mm on antenatal Ultrasound.
The method of measuring the AP diameter of the transverse foraminae to correlate vertebral artery size has not been proven in the literature, but was adopted for this study and proved to be a useful clue to alert the radiologist that a more sinister injury may be present.
In children under 5 years old, the mean change between the preoperative anteroposterior (AP) renal pelvis diameter and the last AP diameter on ultrasound postoperatively was 15.
In a prospective, cross-sectional study of ultrasound measurements of AP diameter in 433 singleton fetuses, Dr.