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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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Reproducibility of three-dimensional ultrasound diagnosis of congenital uterine anomalies.
Conjoined twins in a triplet pregnancy: Early prenatal diagnosis with three-dimensional ultrasound and review of the literature.
The 3D Sono-Scan(c) workstation is a cost-effective and easy-to-use device for acquisition, processing and analysis of three-dimensional ultrasound images.
Three-dimensional ultrasound as yet is a research tool for ovarian cancer screening, he added.
The firms said their research collaboration would be focused on developing new applications of the three-dimensional ultrasound technology for other image-guided therapies in the treatment of cancer and other disorders.
They also used three-dimensional ultrasound to count the number of follicles measuring 2-10 mm in diameter in the largest single sonographic plane.
The firms said their research collaboration will be focused on developing new applications of the three-dimensional ultrasound technology for other image-guided therapies in the treatment of cancer and other disorders.
The first product, Sonopsy, uses three-dimensional ultrasound imaging for location of suspicious lesions, followed by real time imaging for guiding minimally invasive surgery, such as core needle biopsy or ABBI.
Three-dimensional ultrasound images can stir deep emotion and change the perception of a pregnancy dramatically.
Three-dimensional ultrasound and MRI also have been used but are limited to anatomic evaluation and have not been highly predictive.
Three-dimensional ultrasound, with its midsagittal section of the fetus, provides a clear distinction of the nuchal region from the amniotic membrane that is not as easily obtainable with 2-D ultrasound.

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