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Corpus Callosum

Corpus Callosum in Tomographic Ultrasound Imaging

Why do we scan the Corpus Callosum (CC)? In the ultrasound article you will learn why why scan the corpus callosum with different modalities using 2D and 3D/4D ultrasound. 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…Share to your favorite social network then click Read more button below to continue reading.

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Normal Anatomy of Fetal Spine

4D Ultrasound - Obstetric Ultrasound - Normal Anatomy of Fetal Spine in 4D Scan

Normal Anatomy of Fetal Spine in 4D Scan In this ultrasound video you will learn how to scan the fetal spine using 2D and 3D/4D ultrasonography to exclude any spinal abnormality (spina bifida). 3D/4D ultrasound skeleton mode (maximum mode) showing a coronal view of the fetal spine starting from the cervical spines to the lumbar…Share to your favorite social network then click Read more button below to continue reading.

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Normal Fetal Neurosonography

4D Ultrasound - Obstetric Ultrasound - Fetal Neurosonography - Intracranial Anatomy in 4D Scan

Normal Fetal Neurosonography In this ultrasound video lecture you will learn how to perform an optimal fetal neurosonography using 2D and 3D/4D ultrasonography. Fetal neurosonography has become an integral part of the detailed anomaly scan whether performed in first trimester or second trimester. Diagnosing simple or complex fetal brain anomalies starts with an extensive knowledge…Share to your favorite social network then click Read more button below to continue reading.

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