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In a cross‐sectional study of 87 large‐for‐menstrual‐age term infants, intrauterine growth was found to be linear, 34 g per day. Differences between diabetic and nondiabetic pregnancies were not evident.
Head and abdominal circumferences (HC, AC) can be measured directly or estimated from diameters. Accurate prediction of circumference growth after 26 weeks depends on growth model specification and the quality of the circumference measurement method used. To evaluate the effect of the method of...
By instilling water into the large intestine, sonographic visualization of the whole length of the colon from the rectosigmoid to the cecum can be achieved. Furthermore, using this method, it is possible to evaluate the lumen, the intestinal wall, and the surrounding connective tissue in detail....
Hip ultrasound was performed on 44 children (114 exams) presenting with a painful hip or a limp thought to be due to hip disease. Effusions were found in 20 patients (21 hips). Hip ultrasound in combination with aspiration of the joint was found to be useful in diagnosis of osteomyelitis and...
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