OB/GYNs should begin with ultrasound to examine women presenting with pelvic symptoms, urges a physician group.© Thomas Andreas/Shutterstock.com
Image IQ: Compression of the Fetal Heart
QUIZ: What's causing the compression of the fetal heart (tubular shaped), ascites and dilated trachea?
Image IQ: Urinary Issue or Something Else?
QUIZ: These images show something isn't quite right in a woman who is 34 weeks pregnant.
Image IQ: Fetal Eyes and Maternal Health
QUIZ: These images of the fetal eyes reveal a clue about the mother's health.
Case Study: Diagnosis of Diastematomyelia
These images from a routine ultrasound examination of a 20-week fetus reveal a rare abnormality of the fetal spine.
Image IQ: The Fetal Heart
QUIZ: These images are of the fetal heart reveal an abnormality. Can you identify it?
Ultrasound Best for Investigating Pelvic Symptoms
OB/GYNs should begin with ultrasound to examine women presenting with pelvic symptoms, urges a physician group.
Image IQ: The Jugular
QUIZ: These images are of the jugular area in a first-trimester fetus. What do they tell you?
Image IQ: Healthy Placenta or Serious Problem?
QUIZ: These images show some changes in the placenta of a 34-week pregnancy. Are they anything to worry about?
Image IQ: Anatomy of the Fetal Eye
QUIZ: These images reveal a specific structure of the fetal eye. Can you identify it?
Case Study: Diagnosis of Dandy-Walker Malformation
These images of a fetal brain from a routine ultrasound examination at 22 weeks' gestation revealed a rare congenital brain abnormality.