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To appreciate the number of ultrasound studies of different types done within a population consisting of both rural and urban persons, a questionnaire was sent to all ultrasound facilities within the Canadian Province of British Columbia. All of the questionnaires were returned, providing...
The skin thickness in a group of patients with scleredema was measured using ultrasonic techniques and then compared with a group of normal individuals. The mean dermal thickness in scleredema was 7.7 mm, compared to 3.3 mm in the normal control group. Ultrasonic evaluation of skin thickness may...
The diagnosis of previa is made with ultrasound when the placenta is seen to cover the internal os. The technique of fetal elevation is a simple procedure that facilitates visualization of the internal os and its relation to the placenta. The safety of this technique is demonstrated in a large...
One of the complications of the mucocutaneous lymph node syndrome is acute hydrops of the gallbladder. Although surgery may be required occasionally, spontaneous resolution of gallbladder hydrops in patients is common. Ultrasound is the optimal method for evaluating these patients.
This review presents the basic principles underlying the quantitative assessment of normal fetal growth using ultrasound. Data on fetal growth derived from measurements of body, head, chest, and abdominal dimensions, are summarized, compared, and evaluated. Fetal volume and weight determination...
Pulsed Doppler echocardiography (PDE) was performed on two cases with ruptured aneurysm of the right sinus of Valsalva into the right ventricle. PDE revealed a wide band pattern throughout the cardiac cycle when the sample volume was placed within the aneurysm. In the right ventricle below the...
Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome is well recognized clinically, usually in association with drug therapy for infertility. The ultrasonic appearance of the ovarian cystic enlargment in ten patients with the findings on follow‐up in six patients is described. The role of ultrasound in this...
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