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It is not a matter of purely curiosity that the goal is to use high-tech technology to close the tiny tummy cavity inside. The specialist can take many important details down, while carefully panning the fetus.
UltrahangvizsgбlatJust as it was through the ages, so too did the mysterious dwarf of the baby to be born. To determine the sex of the child, only the shape of the abdomen gave a slight "focal point", most of the time, and the organs of the body could only be reconstructed. However, the situation has completely changed. The baby is subjected to multiple ultrasound examinations during pregnancy and the most important questions - whether healthy, boy or girl - are answered with high quality.
Anyone who wants to know more about this can check out the real "baby cosmic", that is, ultra-sound ultrasound examination in 3D or 3D (seen in 3D). Is only the soul of the parents' soul broken by the unusual, or is it much more than that? Ask your baby doctor Dr. Bbinszki Бgota for a baby-nose specialist.
- Perhaps it would be worthwhile to clarify a basic question: what is the difference between three and four-dimensional ultrasound?
- The basis is two dimensional ultrasound. In the three-dimensional version, the probe makes a series of snapshots of the affected area at different angles. These are made up of the three-dimensional image, with the help of a built-in calculator. This allows you to import planes that are not available with the two-dimensional machine. It allows you to create sections and layers such as X-ray CT (ie, computer tomography). Let's buy an example! In two dimensions, I may not be able to "import" the plane in which I notice a palpadad, but in three dimensions I succeed. Assuming, of course, that the baby's lying inside allows it. Overall, it is possible to obtain a finer picture of a developmental disorder in three dimensions. This is important not only in maternity care, but also in women's nursing and nursing oncology, to filter ovarian and uterine abnormalities. For example, the so-called "bi-horn" uterus is most accurately diagnosed with three-dimensional ultrasound.
- Let's stay with the tech for a while. How does one machine know more about the other?
- The distinction should be sought in the test head and in the professional numerator. A small one is driven into the big head and driven by a motor. This will scan the area under study and create sequential shots with the help of a built-in computer. At the same time, the screen can be used to view the area of interest in three angles and in space. In the four-dimensional version, we see all of these as moving, moving.
- One would think that more advanced technology would outpace the traditional. Do you have a couple of years to go and are your doctors recommending your pregnancy tests using 4D or 5D ultrasound?
- You won't make it out, but a good supplement, so in some cases - in specialized health centers with trained professionals - will be invaluable.
- What are the practical benefits of all this during pregnancy?
- For example, in the twelfth week, it is difficult to bring parts to the fetus and help the fetus to recover. This filter is a very accurate estimator of the risk in the Down River, although it does not involve any risk of miscarriage at all. In the later stages of pregnancy, for example, the exact location of skull differences and the relationship to the environment play an important role, as do abdominal and spinal dysfunctions.
- These diagnoses are likely to play a decisive role.
- To mention just one example of my own practice: an abdominal abrasion disorder, based on the recordings made, shows that there is no need for abortion because the abnormality is operative. After the baby was born, they were transplanted and are now healthy.
- Many people sign up for a 4-D ultrasound because they are curious about the outside of the baby. Is the third week of pregnancy best suited for this? When can we see the most of the fetus?
- There is no doubt that the bigger the baby, the less chance there is of creating a photographic image of the film. It is better to go earlier and not directly before birth. 25-35. I find the week best suited for this, because the fetus is already full human, its face is rounded, so it does not cause "disappointment".
- It can be interesting to see what parents are giving to their baby's body.
- Very touching, feel good to see the joys. The 4D ultrasound exam develops the mother-child and family-to-child relationships to an incredible degree. I have met several times a little priest who, in the order, first felt paternity's good.
- Everybody thinks their baby is beautiful?
- Almost everyone. But there was an example that the baby's nose seemed a little larger than what was needed - most of all the so-called "artifacts" and non-anatomical differences that emerged from the "composite" of the three-dimensional image. Others are afraid that children are worried about their physical abnormalities, so they are asking for a more thorough examination of the area. If we stay on the nose example, this is a bit of a disappointment. There was a large nose that was relieved of the appearance of a tiny baby nose, although the shape of the face, so the size of the nose only develops in adolescence.
- Looks like baby cinema is in high fashion at home. Is this the case in foreign countries?
- Interestingly, not. In more advanced countries, 4D and 5D ultrasound examination without medical indication and not materiality are less popular. Who knows, we may be a more impatient, curious nation, but that's okay. If the opportunity is there, why not take advantage of it?
He was also interested!Our specialist, Dr. Bombina Babbinsky is a specialist in maternity and nursing care. In 1996, she began working on three-dimensional ultrasound at a women's clinic in Szeged. He was one of the first to learn how to operate the equipment in Hungary. An évig worked in New York, where - no fire! - they bought an ultrasound machine for their dear, whom they introduced to their colleague. In 2002 he received a PhD in science from the subject. She is pregnant with her little baby, Vic, but she hasn't given up the job altogether, and is still expecting pregnancy and childbirth.
At the time of her pregnancy, she asked a colleague to do the ultrasound ultrasound, specifically for the cinema, because she was curious about the face of her newborn baby. Of course, she knew the sex of the baby at an early stage because she could not detect the distorted signs on the two-dimensional ultrasound examinations.