Angiogenesis: a new diagnostic aspect of obstetric and gynecologic echography

Angiogenesis: a new diagnostic aspect of obstetric and gynecologic echography Locci et al, Female pelvic angiogenesis and color Doppler imaging Original articles 22 (1994) 453-473 t Med an( j Angiogeiiesis: a new diagnostic aspect of obstetric gynecologic echography Mariavittoria Locci1, Giovanni Nazzaro1, Giuseppe De Placido2, Alfredo Nazzaro2, and Gian C. Di Renzo3 laboratory of Fetal-Maternal Ultrasonography, 2Laboratory of Human Reproductive Immunology, Dept. Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Naples, II Medical School, Naples, Italy, Institute of Gynecology and Obstetrics, University of Perugia, Italy 1 Introduction The color flow imaging (CFI), a Doppler technique well known by the cardiologists from more than ten years, is one of the newest diagnostic tools in the gynecologist's equipment. This technique has been well described elsewhere [12] and it could be compared to the angiography. Indeed, we can consider ultrasounds as the Xrays and red blood cells as the contrast mean. This consideration explains the reliability of this technique in the detection and in the depiction of every moving fluid. In addition, the possibility to associate the color flow imaging to the pulsed Doppler allows the study of every haemodynamic variation from both the velocimetric and the depicting point of view. There is no doubt that the obstetric and gynecological practice has been enriched http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Perinatal Medicine de Gruyter

Angiogenesis: a new diagnostic aspect of obstetric and gynecologic echography

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de Gruyter
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Copyright © 2009 Walter de Gruyter
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0300-5577
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1619-3997
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10.1515/jpme.1993.21.6.453
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Locci et al, Female pelvic angiogenesis and color Doppler imaging Original articles 22 (1994) 453-473 t Med an( j Angiogeiiesis: a new diagnostic aspect of obstetric gynecologic echography Mariavittoria Locci1, Giovanni Nazzaro1, Giuseppe De Placido2, Alfredo Nazzaro2, and Gian C. Di Renzo3 laboratory of Fetal-Maternal Ultrasonography, 2Laboratory of Human Reproductive Immunology, Dept. Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Naples, II Medical School, Naples, Italy, Institute of Gynecology and Obstetrics, University of Perugia, Italy 1 Introduction The color flow imaging (CFI), a Doppler technique well known by the cardiologists from more than ten years, is one of the newest diagnostic tools in the gynecologist's equipment. This technique has been well described elsewhere [12] and it could be compared to the angiography. Indeed, we can consider ultrasounds as the Xrays and red blood cells as the contrast mean. This consideration explains the reliability of this technique in the detection and in the depiction of every moving fluid. In addition, the possibility to associate the color flow imaging to the pulsed Doppler allows the study of every haemodynamic variation from both the velocimetric and the depicting point of view. There is no doubt that the obstetric and gynecological practice has been enriched

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Journal of Perinatal Medicinede Gruyter

Published: Jan 1, 1993

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