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Ultrasound Resource Directory:
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OBGYN.net - Clarifying the Role of Three-dimensional Transvaginal Sonograp-
hy in Reproductive Medicine: An Evidenced-based Appraisal
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Physician reviewed site offering medical professionals and women, the latest news and information on ultrasound
[Keywords: ultrasound, 3d, 3d ultrasound, 4d, 4d ultrasound, doppler, color doppler, ultrasound images, scan, sonography, sonographers, diagnostic, CME, medical education, breast exam, maternal serum, triple screen, adnexa, radiology, radiologist, sonograhper, IUGR, fetal growth, macrosomia, amniotic fluid, bi ...]
The ovaries - ultrasound anatomy Open this link in a new window
The normal ovaries are oval structures which measure less than 3 cm x 2 cm x 1 cm. They may be identified ultrasonically in the normal patient. The ovaries may be situated remote from the uterus, intimately associated with the uterus, or located behind the uterus in the posterior cul-de-sac. Film 1 is normal. What is the difference between patient A (Film 2, Scans 1 and 2) and ...
The ovaries - ultrasound anatomy Open this link in a new window
The normal ovaries are oval structures which measure less than 3 cm x 2 cm x 1 cm. They may be identified ultrasonically in the normal patient. The ovaries may be situated remote from the uterus, intimately associated with the uterus, or located behind the uterus in the posterior cul-de-sac. Film 1 is normal. What is the difference between patient A (Film 2, Scans 1 and 2) and ...
Ultrasound & Infertility Open this link in a new window
[Keywords: fetal, ART, IVF, in vitro fertilization, ovulation, ovulation induction, ultrasound, applebaum, pregnant, fetus, embryo, sonography, pregnancy, Doppler, blood flow, endometrium, obstetrics, obstetrical, uterus, ovaries, ovary, gynecology, gynecological, ob, gyn, gyne, ob-gyne, ob-gyn, fertility, inf ...]
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