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Ultraschall in der Geburtshilfe

  • M. Schelling

Zusammenfassung

In der geburtshilflichen Sonographie kommt bevorzugt das B-Mode-Verfahren mit Frequenzen von 3,0–7,0 MHz zum Einsatz. Durch die Dopplersonographie werden zusätzlich funktionelle Untersuchungen zur fetalen Zustandsdiagnostik ermöglicht.

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