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Once a Cesarean section, always a Cesarean section
Ultrasound examination of the cervix to predict preterm delivery
Three-dimensional ultrasound fetal lung volume measurement
Three-dimensional multiplanar time-motion ultrasound or anatomical M-mode of the fetal heart
The cerebroplacental Doppler ratio revisited
Does cervical length at 13–15 weeks' gestation predict preterm delivery in an unselected population?
Cervical length at 11–14 weeks' and 22–24 weeks' gestation evaluated by transvaginal sonography, and gestational age at delivery
Does transvaginal sonographic measurement of cervical length before 14 weeks predict preterm delivery in high-risk pregnancies?
The ‘virtual’ cervical internal os
Methylcellulose gel is a superior contrast agent for ultrasound examination of the cervix in obstetric patients
Nasal bone length throughout gestation
Fetal nasal bone length
In-utero development of the fetal colon and rectum
The addition of activin A and inhibin A measurement to uterine artery Doppler velocimetry to improve the early prediction of pre-eclampsia
Comparison of color Doppler uterine artery indices in a population at high risk for adverse outcome at 24 weeks' gestation
Comparison of uterine and spiral artery blood flow in women with unexplained and tubal infertility
Predictors of success in methotrexate treatment of women with unruptured tubal pregnancies
Invasive intrauterine treatment of pulmonary atresia/intact ventricular septum with heart failure
Successful outcome in a fetus with an extremely low heart rate due to isolated complete congenital heart block
Successful outcome of advanced abdominal pregnancy with exclusive omental insertion
Prenatal ultrasound diagnosis of Nager syndrome
Prenatal diagnosis of holoprosencephaly and ectopia cordis in a twin at 12 weeks' gestation
Osteogenesis imperfecta associated with increased nuchal translucency as a first ultrasound sign
Prenatal diagnosis of de novo mosaic distal 18q deletion associated with congenital anomalies
Three-dimensional reconstructed fetal lung using VOCAL