Three-Dimensional Versus Two-Dimensional Ultrasound In Assessment Of Fetal Anomalies
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Purpose: To evaluate the usefulness, advantages and limitations of threedimensional (3D) ithrasonography in the evaluation offetal anomalies as compared to two-dimensional (2D) ultrasonography. Materials and Methods: The apparatus comprised a conventional US scanner and a transabdominal 3D probe. Two-dimensional and 3D US examinations were pei formed in 12 pregnant women with anomalies of the fetus. Gestational age at the time of examination ranged from 22 —to- 35 weeks gestation.