Cervical Insufficiency: The Diagnosis Cervical insufficiency (CI) is asymptomatic cervical dilatation in second and third trimester of pregnancy. Consequently, amniotic membranes can protrude into the cervical canal, leading to further cervical dilatation, membrane rupture and PD. In the absence of therapeutic intervention, this condition is likely to reoccur in every subsequent pregnancy. After 14 weeks of pregnancy,…Share to your favorite social network then click Read more button below to continue reading.
Hydrocephalus – Ventriculomegaly In this 41 powerpoint (pptx) slides ultrasound lecture you will learn (click here to buy lecture online): Definition of hydrocephalus/ventriculomegaly. The cerebro-spinal fluid circulation. Sites of obstruction. Classification of hydrocephalus. Incidence of hydrocephalus. Diagnostic criteria. Biometric criteria. The LVW/HW ratio. Measurement of the atria (antral width). Morphologic criteria. Online examination of morphologic…Share to your favorite social network then click Read more button below to continue reading.
What is Holoprosencephaly? In this 28 slides ultrasound lecture you will learn: Definition of Holoprosencephaly (HPE). Embryologic Basis of HPE. Sequence of Interference with the Activity of the Prechordal Mesenchyme. Classification of HPE. According to the degree of failure of cleavage of prosencephalon. According to the degree of failure of inward rotation of the primitive…Share to your favorite social network then click Read more button below to continue reading.
Fetal Abnormalities in 4D Scan In this 52 slides ultrasound lecture you will learn how to approach and diagnose common morphologic fetal abnormalities using 3D/4D ultrasound (buy lecture). Head and Neck Anomalies. Occipital Encephalocele. Congenital Hydrocephalus. Oropharyngeal Teratoma. Cystic Hygroma. Thoracic Anomalies. Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia. Congenital Hydrothorax. Fetal Abdominal Anomalies. Hirschsprung Disease. Exomphalos Major. Gastroschisis. Duodenal Atresia. Small…Share to your favorite social network then click Read more button below to continue reading.
Why we scan the Corpus Callosum (CC)? The Corpus Callosum represents the major commissure between the two cerebral hemispheres; it extends from the frontal lobe anteriorly to above the collicular plate posteriorly. Developmental abnormalities of the CC include hypoplasia, hyperplasia, agenesis, and dysgenesis. Agenesis of the corpus callosum can be complete or partial (or hypogenesis).…Share to your favorite social network then click Read more button below to continue reading.