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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Prenatal 3D Ultrasound Diagnostics in Cleidocranial Dysplasia.
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Quantitative, free-hand 3D ultrasound imaging based on a modified 1D transducer array.
3D reconstruction of the skeletal anatomy of the normal neonatal foot using 3D ultrasound.
successfully developed the first digital ultrasound system by an Asian manufacturer and in 1998 it developed the world's first commercially-available 3D ultrasound imaging system.
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The scan engine, which can be held in the palm of the hand, includes a complete 3D ultrasound imaging machine and automated image processor within a small, sealed tube.
If a patient's IUD cannot be visualized by 3D ultrasound or plain radiography, consider that it may have been expelled.