three-dimensional ultrasonography

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three-dimensional ultrasonography

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three-dimensional ultrasonography

, three-dimensional ultrasound, 3D ultrasonography, 3D ultrasound
An ultrasonic technique, often used during pregnancy, providing images of the fetus in three dimensions.
See also: ultrasonography
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Segmentation of the Bone Surface in 3D Ultrasound. The segmentation method has two main stages: bone surface enhancement, using feature extraction based on differential geometry, and surface segmentation using a Bayes classifier and a region growing algorithm.
Roth et al., "Real-time neuronavigation with high-quality 3D ultrasound sonowand," Pediatric Neurosurgery, vol.
Zhang, "Automatic needle segmentation in 3D ultrasound images using 3D Hough transform," in Proceedings of the in SPIE 5th International Symposium on Multispectral Image Processing and Pattern Recognition, 67890R, 2007.
"In 2010, we donated equipment to the SMC worth BD250,000 and our new donation to the SMC cancer ward will be a BD92,000 3D Ultrasound machine which is a state-of-the-art equipment for early cancer detection.
Covered are bleeding in pregnancy and during the reproductive and menopausal years, fetal and congenital anomalies and malformations of different body systems, color Doppler and 3D ultrasound in the assessment of pregnancy complications and anomalies, and adnexal, uterine, and cervical lesions.
The TRUS-guided prostatic biopsy simulator was designed to improve the accuracy of prostatic ultrasound, specifically through the development of novel 3D ultrasound techniques.[sup.14]-[sup.16] The development of the simulator has been a collaborative effort between imaging physicists, engineers, academic urologists and academic radiologists carried out at a dedicated imaging research facility (Robarts Research, London, Ontario, Canada) in conjunction with clinical departments at the University of Western Ontario.
Adding AlliedPanels' capabilities in device product lifecycle management and 3D ultrasound technology, Celestica will be able to broaden its business for the healthcare diagnostics and imaging market, the buyer said.
The updated version is designed to deliver workflow and diagnostic benefits by providing access to the advanced quantification capabilities of QLAB, including state-of-the-art 2D and 3D ultrasound, into the echocardiographer's everyday clinical practice, says the company.
A 3D ultrasound examination in week 15+4 showed a foetus with typical CCD features including large fontanelles, lack of nasal bones, clavicles without the typical S-form, as well as severe delay in calvarial ossification, especially in the midline.
This edition has new information on advances in biometrics, image segmentation, registration, and fusion techniques for 3D/4D ultrasound, CT, and MRI; fully digital 3D ultrasound system technology, computing architecture requirements, and implementation issues; non-invasive procedures and non-destructive 3D tomography imaging and biometrics; cardiac motion correction in multi-slice x- ray CT imaging; and space-time adaptive processing and detection of targets in interference-intense backgrounds comprised of clutter and jamming.
When we asked women coming for a 3D ultrasound scan to give the main reason why they wanted to have a scan, only 4% mentioned fetal sex, while 33% wanted to see how the fetus was developing, 20% wanted to make sure the fetus was healthy and 16% wanted reassurance that the fetus had no disability.
A team of engineers at Duke University's Pratt School of Engineering have developed and recently began testing highly advanced 3D ultrasound probes.