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This review discusses the problem of detecting intrauterine growth retardation (IUGR) with ultrasound. A new procedure for standardizing the reporting of such studies is presented. Using this standard format, the results obtained by various investigators using a variety of parameters are...
Two moving string test targets have been developed and used to characterize ultrasound Doppler instrumentation. The characteristics investigated were sample volume size and location. The tests were performed on a combined echo/Doppler instrument and on an annular array system. The procedures can...
Calculation of total intrauterine volume (TIUV) has become an important part of obstetric sonography in the evaluation of possible intrauterine growth retardation. However, a number of problems with the measurements and the calculation itself limit the reliability of this determination. More...
We have identified six cases of chorioamniotic separation, three diagnosed in the third trimester and three cases seen in early pregnancy, at or prior to 16 wk' gestation. The sonographic findings consist of a fine mobile echodense line separated from the chorion and uterine wall by a lucent...
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