PET Scan Not Cost Effective for Diagnosing Recurrent Cervical Cancer
, June 19, 2013
The addition of positron emission tomography/computed tomography (PET-CT) for the diagnosis of recurrent or persistent cervical cancer is not cost-effective, according to the results of a meta-analysis funded by the UK’s Research Health Technology Assessment program.
September 14, 2011
This case study shows a 26 week gestation with a cystic mass close to the sacrum.
Fetal Cardiac Anomalies
July 19, 2011
CC is a 31 year old primigravida who was referred for ultrasound at a community hospital due to suspected cardiac anomalies noted on a screening sonogram at her doctor's office. Due to concern about a probable cardiac abnormality an amniocentesis was performed at the local hospital.
Single Umbilical Artery Color Doppler
June 15, 2011
Single umbilical artery color doppler, transverse scan of urinary bladder shows single umbilical artery (left), transverse section of umbilical cord showing only two vessels: one vein and one artery (right).