The authors report their experiences with 3 dimensional ultrasound technique applied in cases of 286 obstetrical and 35 gynecological examinations. Combison 530, 3 D ultrasound equipment was used. Pathological signs were found in 14 cases. The introduction of this technique has been increasing the diagnostic accuracy of prenatal and gynecological ultrasound examinations, and some malformations, that could have never been seen by "traditional" 2 D methods, can be visualized as well.
|Number of pages||4|
|Publication status||Published - Oct 12 1997|
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