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- Using three-dimensional ultrasound in predicting complex gastroschisis: a longitudinal, prospective, multicenter cohort study. [Journal Article]Prenat Diagn 2019PD
- CONCLUSIONS: Fetal stomach volume and stomach-bladder distance, measured during pregnancy using 3D ultrasonography, do not predict complex gastroschisis.
- A patient with conventional and follicular variant papillary thyroid microcarcinoma and Eagle's syndrome, Langlais type III, with hyoid bone variation. [Journal Article]Ann Ital Chir 2019; 90AI
- CONCLUSIONS: To our knowledge, it is an highly extreme and first case of ES in the English literature, recognized in the course of his programmed follow-up of his conventional PTmC and FVPTmC, simultaneously possessing an exceptional stylohyoid ligament calsification, apart from O'Carroll's System, even with an anatomic variation of the hyoid bone.
- Causes of misdiagnosis in assessing tubal patency by transvaginal real-time three-dimensional hysterosalpingo-contrast sonography. [Journal Article]Rev Assoc Med Bras (1992) 2019; 65(8):1055-1060RA
- CONCLUSIONS: TVS RT-3D-HyCoSy can well-evaluate tubal patency, and understand and improve the cause of misdiagnosis. Furthermore, the diagnostic efficiency of TVS RT-3D-HyCoSy can still be further improved.
- Assessment of uteroplacental vascularisation in early first-trimester pregnancy with contrast-enhanced ultrasound and 3D power Doppler angiography: protocol for a prospective, cross-sectional, multicentre and non-randomised open study ("HOPE Study"). [Journal Article]BMJ Open 2019; 9(9):e030353BO
- Knowledge about the mechanisms leading to the establishment of uteroplacental vascularisation is inadequate, and some of what has been thought to be known for decades has recently been challenged by showing that the intervillous space, the major area of maternal-fetal exchange, appears to be perfused by maternal blood at as early as 6 weeks of gestation. The vascular flow then seems relatively co…
Knowledge about the mechanisms leading to the establishment of uteroplacental vascularisation is inadequate, and some of what has been thought to be known for decades has recently been challenged by showing that the intervillous space, the major area of maternal-fetal exchange, appears to be perfused by maternal blood at as early as 6 weeks of gestation. The vascular flow then seems relatively constant until 13 weeks when it appears to increase suddenly.
- Diagnosis of giant cell arteritis by head-contrast three-dimensional computed tomography angiography: two case reports. [Journal Article]J Med Case Rep 2019; 13(1):285JM
- CONCLUSIONS: In both patients with giant cell arteritis, three-dimensional computed tomography angiography revealed improvement in stenosis and stoppage of temporal artery after glucocorticoid treatment. We conclude that computed tomography angiography along with magnetic resonance angiography, positron emission tomography-computed tomography, and ultrasonography are important for the diagnosis of giant cell arteritis.
- Assessment of angiogenesis in rabbit orthotropic liver tumors using three-dimensional dynamic contrast-enhanced ultrasound compared with two-dimensional DCE-US. [Journal Article]Jpn J Radiol 2019; 37(10):701-709JJ
- CONCLUSIONS: Quantitative parameters of 3D DCE-US show feasibility, higher reproducibility and accuracy for the assessment of tumor angiogenesis using an orthotropic liver tumor model compared with 2D DCE-US.
- Combination of GI-RADS and 3D-CEUS for differential diagnosis of ovarian masses. [Journal Article]Rev Assoc Med Bras (1992) 2019; 65(7):959-964RA
- CONCLUSIONS: The combination of GI-RADS and 3D-CEUS scoring system would be a more effective method to distinguish malignant from benign ovarian masses.
- Comparison of three-dimensional rectosonography, rectal endoscopic sonography and magnetic resonance imaging performances in the diagnosis of rectosigmoid endometriosis. [Journal Article]Eur J Obstet Gynecol Reprod Biol 2019; 240:288-292EJ
- CONCLUSIONS: 3D-RSG, RES and MRI seem to be 3 effective procedures in the diagnosis of rectosigmoid endometriosis. Their performances seem equivalent.
- Biological Effect of Modern Fetal Ultrasound Techniques on Human Dermal Fibroblast Cells. [Journal Article]J Biomed Phys Eng 2019; 9(3):335-344JB
- CONCLUSIONS: The results indicated that 3D, 4D, and color Doppler techniques may affect the cell viability and proliferation of HDF cells, however, have no effects on the induction of apoptosis probability. Further long-term studies with other molecular endpoints are required.
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- The Use of Ultrasound in Educational Settings: What Should We Consider When Implementing this Technique for Visualisation of Anatomical Structures? [Historical Article]Adv Exp Med Biol 2019; 1156:1-11AE
- Ultrasound is a well-established medical imaging technique with pioneering work conducted by Professor Ian Donald and his colleagues at the University of Glasgow, from the mid-1950s onwards, in terms of introducing it as a diagnostic tool in the field of obstetrics and gynaecology. Since then, ultrasound has been extensively used in clinical and research settings. There are few imaging techniques…
Ultrasound is a well-established medical imaging technique with pioneering work conducted by Professor Ian Donald and his colleagues at the University of Glasgow, from the mid-1950s onwards, in terms of introducing it as a diagnostic tool in the field of obstetrics and gynaecology. Since then, ultrasound has been extensively used in clinical and research settings. There are few imaging techniques that have undergone such a fast and thriving evolution since their development. Nowadays, diagnostic ultrasound benefits from two-dimensional (2D), three-dimensional (3D), four-dimensional (4D), and a variety of Doppler modes with technologically advanced transducers (probes) producing images of high anatomical fidelity. In the future, there may even be a place for ultrasound in molecular imaging allowing for visualisation at the microscale. Ultrasound is characterised by real-time non-invasive scanning, relative ease of administration, and lack of ionising radiation. All of these features, make ultrasound an appealing option in educational settings for learning topographic anatomy and potentially enhancing future clinical practice for vocational learners. Sophisticated, but relatively inexpensive, portable handheld devices have also contributed to point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) becoming the norm for bedside and pre-hospital scanning. It has been argued that ultrasound will become the next stethoscope for healthcare professionals. For this to become a reality, however, training is required on increasing familiarity with knobology, correct use of the machine and transducers, and accurate interpretation of anatomy followed by identification of pathologies. The above require incorporation of ultrasound teaching in undergraduate curricula, outwith the realm of opportunistic bedside learning, accompanied by consideration of ethical topics such as the management of incidental findings and careful evaluation of its pedagogical impact cross-sectionally and longitudinally.