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three-dimensional ultrasonography

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three-dimensional ultrasonography

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An ultrasonic technique, often used during pregnancy, providing images of the fetus in three dimensions.
See also: ultrasonography
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Three-dimensional ultrasound imaging for discrimination between benign and malignant endometrium in women with postmenopausal bleeding and sonographic endometrial thickness of at least 4.
Chen, "Segmentation of breast tumor in three-dimensional ultrasound images using three-dimensional discrete active contour model," Ultrasound in Medicine & Biology, vol.
Three-dimensional ultrasound for the assessment of breast lesions.
Grade and symmetry of normal fetal cortical development: A longitudinal two- and three-dimensional ultrasound study.
Chen, <<Volumetric assessment of normal fetal lungs using three-dimensional ultrasound,>> Ultrasound in Medicine & Biology, vol.
Reproducibility of three-dimensional ultrasound endometrial volume measurements in patients with postmenopausal bleeding.
Curran is currently non-executive Chairman and Director of Resonant Medical, an early-stage privately owned company specializing in three-dimensional ultrasound image-guided adaptive radio therapy products.
Three-dimensional ultrasound is useful in imaging of an IUD.
Three-dimensional ultrasound Similar to MRI, three-dimensional (3D) ultrasound allows for multiplanar imaging and allows the examiner to move back and forth between different planes because of the capability of viewing the fetus in 3 rather than 2 spatial planes (Figure 4).
Three-dimensional ultrasound examinations of fetal anomalies can reveal additional information that pinpoints diagnosis and guides patient management.
We used transurethral three-dimensional ultrasound guidance for the procedure," said Dr.
Hopes that three-dimensional ultrasound with power Doppler would improve detection of early disease were dashed with results of a huge NOCEDP trial of 5,275 women at high risk for ovarian cancer.

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