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Ultrasonography with high‐frequency probes was performed on 80 dermatological patients carrying palpable lesions of the skin. The case list included hemo‐and lymphangiomas (16 cases), cysts (13 cases), Kaposi sarcomas (9 cases), and panniculitis (20 cases). All lesions underwent open biopsy and...
Reproducibility of the blood flow velocity waveforms (FVW) recorded from the umbilical artery and the arcuate arteries on the right and left side of the placenta was examined in 8 women with normal pregnancies and anterior placentas. The FVW were recorded using a 2‐MHz pulsed Doppler ultrasound...
Effectiveness of vaginal sonography combined with urinary human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) for identification of ectopic pregnancy (EP) was studied in 107 pregnant women. Eighty‐nine women had clinical symptoms suspicious of EP. It was suggested that 18 women carried an increased risk for...
The incidence of structural renal tract abnormalities in 109 children with documented congenital heart disease (CHD) was studied using real‐time sonography. In these children, 11.9% had associated urologic anomalies, which included hydronephrosis, duplication, ectopia, agenesis, and dysplasia of...
The aim of this study was to examine the fetal hemodynamic effects of terbutaline treatment and premature labor. Image‐directed pulsed and continuous wave Doppler ultrasound studies, using 3.3‐MHz and 5‐MHz transducers (GE PASII and ATL echocardiographic machines), were used to assess fetal...
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