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Objective: We sought to evaluate the growth status of twins at birth using individualized growth assessment methods and to compare this assessment with that obtained with conventional methods. Study design: Twenty twin pregnancies were studied longitudinally with ultrasound. Measurements of the...
The ultrasonographic (US) findings of 25 infant cases detected by the Japanese mass screening program for neuroblastoma (NB) were reviewed. The following results were obtained: An identification of the primary site was possible in 96% of the cases with abdominal US. An estimation of the tumor...
The validity of portal blood flow measurement in image‐directed Doppler ultrasound (PBF‐IDU) is still under debate. In this study PBF‐IDU has been compared with hepatic blood flow measured by the indocyanine green constant infusion technique (HBF‐ICG), which is the reference invasive method with...
Uterine fibroids are the most common of uterine benign tumors. Generally, the ultrasonic appearance of uterine fibroids is typical, and diagnosis is uncomplicated. However, the sonographic characteristics of fibroids undergoing cystic degeneration, and especially those of the submucous type, may...
The right anterior extrarenal space is composed of the perirenal fascia, the right anterior perirenal space, the right anterior pararenal space, and the liver capsule. To clarify the probable causes of an increasing width of the right anterior extrarenal space, the width was measured using...
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