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Robert D. Harris, MD, MPH
Borderlands in Obstetrical Ultrasound
Robert D. Harris, MD, MPH
02/22/2015 | Time : 34 min
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The speaker discusses some “hot” topics in obstetrical ultrasound. List some additional findings in a fetus with true hyperechoic bowel. Discuss the significance of a fetal intracardiac echogenic focus. Discuss pitfalls in measuring the fetal lateral ventricle. List some typical sonographic findings with Trisomy 21.

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Keywords : 4th ventricle, aneuploidy, aqueductal stenosis, arachnoid cyst, Blake’s Pouch cyst, cerebellar hyperplasia, Chiari malformation, cisterna magna, cm, communicating hydrocephalus, cystic hygroma, Dandy Walker malformation, Down syndrome, echogenic fetal bowel, fetal lateral ventricle, fetal nuchal translucency, fetal ultrasound, fetal ventriculomegaly, fetal vermis, harmonics imaging, hydrocephalus, hyperechoic fetal bowel, IEF, intracardiac echogenic focus, Joubert Syndrome, large cisterna magna, marked ventriculomegaly, mild ventriculomegaly, moderate ventriculomegaly, neural tube defect, NF, NT, NTD, nuchal fold, posterior fossa, severe ventriculomegaly, trisomy 13, trisomy 18, trisomy 21, ventriculomegaly, vermian absence, vermian aplasia, vermian hypoplasia

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