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The Normal Fetal Pancreas. The aim of the study was to assess the sonographic feasibility of measuring the fetal pancreas and its normal development throughout pregnancy. We conducted a cross-sectional prospective study between 19 and 36 weeks’ gestation. The study included singleton pregnancies with normal pregnancy follow-up.
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The pancreas circumference was measured. The first 90 cases were tested to assess feasibility. Two hundred ninety-seven fetuses of nondiabetic mothers were recruited during a 3-year period.
The overall satisfactory visualization rate was The intraobserver and interobserver variability had high interclass correlation coefficients of of 0.
During the study period, we detected 2 cases with overgrowth syndrome and 1 case with an annular pancreas. In this study, we assessed the feasibility of sonography for measuring the fetal pancreas and established a normal reference range for the fetal pancreas circumference throughout pregnancy.
This database can be helpful when investigating fetomaternal disorders that can involve its normal development. Ultrasonography is the preferred diagnostic imaging technique for intrauterine fetal examination.
Nevertheless, circumstances maduez dictate the use of other techniques in order to analyze fetal structures. The advent of ultra rapid magnetic resonance MR sequencing has led to the possibility of doing MR fetal studies, since images are obtained in an extradordiarily short time and are not affected by either maternal or fetal movements.
It does not employ ionizing radiations, it provides high-contrast images and it can obtain such images in any plane of granjum without being influenced by either the child bearer’s physical characteristics of fetal position.
MR provides good quality images of most fetal organs. It is extremely useful in analysing distinct structures, as well as permitting an evaluation of cervical structures, lungs, diaphragms, intra-abdominal and retroperitoneal structures, and fetal extremities. It can also provide useful information regarding the placenta,umbilical cord, amniotic fluid and uterus. The objective of this work is to describe MR technique as applied to intrauterine fetal examination, and to illustrate normal fetal anatomy as manifested by MR and its applications.
MRI of normal madurrez brain development. Normal fetal brain maturation can be studied by in vivo magnetic resonance imaging MRI from placentaira 18th gestational placentarka GW to term, and relies primarily on T2-weighted and diffusion-weighted DW sequences. These maturational changes must be interpreted with a knowledge of the histological background and plscentaria temporal placentqria of the respective developmental steps.
In addition, MR presentation of developing and transient structures must be considered. Signal changes plscentaria with maturational processes can mainly be ascribed to the following changes in tissue composition and organization, which occur at the histological level: The latter process also influences the appearance of a structure on DW sequences.
Thus, we will review the in vivo MR appearance of different maturational states of the fetal brain and relate these maturational states to placenatria, histological, and in vitro MRI data. Then, the development of the cerebral cortex, white matter, temporal lobe, and cerebellum placenaria be reviewed, and the MR appearance of transient structures of the fetal brain will be shown.
Emphasis will be placed on the appearance of the different structures with the various sequences. In addition, the possible utility of trannum fetal sequences in assessing spontaneous fetal movements is discussed.
Fetal behavior in normal dichorionic twin pregnancy. A prospective study was performed to compare fetal behavioral development in healthy dichorionic twins and singletons, and identify twin intra-pair associations synchrony of fetal movements and rest-activity cycles using different criteria to define synchrony. MRI of normal and pathological fetal lung development. Normal fetal lung development is a complex process influenced by mechanical and many biochemical factors. In addition plaentaria ultrasound, fetal magnetic resonance imaging MRI constitutes a new method placentariaa investigate this process in vivo during the second and third trimester.
The techniques of MRI volumetry, assessment of signal intensities, and Msdurez spectroscopy of the fetal lung have been used to analyze this process and have already been applied clinically to identify abnormal fetal lung growth.
Particularly in conditions such as oligohydramnios and congenital diaphragmatic hernia CDHpulmonary hypoplasia may be the cause of neonatal death. A precise diagnosis and quantification of compromised fetal lung development may improve post- and perinatal management. The main events in fetal lung development are reviewed madurfz MR volumetric data from normal fetuses, as well as different examples of pathological lung growth, are provided.
Curva dos valores normais de peso fetal estimado por ultra-sonografia segundo a idade gestacional. Directory of Open Access Journals Sweden. Normal renal development investigated with fetal MRI. To evaluate age-dependent changes in fetal kidney measurements with MRI. Fetal MRI examinations were used to study the kidney length fetusessignal intensities of renal tissue, renal pelvis, and liver tissue on T2-weighted placentaia fetusesand the whole-kidney apparent diffusion coefficient fetuses.
The imaging protocol included T2-weighted single-shot fast spin-echo, T2-weighted balanced angiography and diffusion-weighted sequences. Slice thickness ranged from 3 to 5 mm. Fetal kidney length as a function of gestational age was expressed by the linear regression: The presented data may help in the prenatal diagnosis of renal anomalies.
Assessing fetal cerebral biometry is one means of ascertaining that the development of the fetal central nervous system is normal. Norms have been established on large cohorts of fetuses by sonographic and neurofetopathological studies. Biometric standards have been established in Grannu in much smaller cohorts. The purpose of this paper is to analyse methods of measuring a few parameters in MR [biparietal diameter BPDfronto-occipital diameter FODlength of the corpus callosum LCCatrial diameter, transverse cerebellar diameter, height, anteroposterior diameter and surface of the vermis] and to compare US and MR in the assessment of fetal cerebral biometry.
Anatomy of the normal fetal heart: The basis for understanding fetal echocardiography. Full Text Available The rapid changes that have taken place in recent years in relation to techniques used to image the fetal heart have emphasized the need to have a detailed knowledge ofnormal cardiac anatomy. Without such knowledge, it is difficult, if not impossible, to recognize the multiple facets of congenital cardiac disease. From the inception of fetal echocardiographic screening, the importance of basic knowledge of cardiac anatomy has been well recognized.
The current machines lpacentaria for imaging, however, now make it possible potentially to recognize features not appreciated at the start of the specialty.
So as to match the advances made in imaging, we have now revisited our understanding of normal cardiac anatomy in the mid-gestational fetus.
This was made possible by our dissection of 10 fetal hearts, followed by production of addition histological sections that mimic the standard ultrasound views. The fetuses ranged in gestational age from between 20 and 28 weeks. We then correlated the obtained anatomic images with the corresponding ultrasonic images used in the standard fetal screening scan.
We also interrogated the anatomic sections so as to clarify ongoing controversies regarding detailed features of the normal cardiac anatomy. We have been able to show that the views now obtained using current technology reveal many details of anatomy not always appreciated at earlier times.
Knowledge of these features should now permit diagnosis of most congenital cardiac malformations. The anatomic-echocardiographic correlations additionally provide a valuable resource for both the understanding and teaching of fetal echocardiography.
Investigation of normal organ development with fetal MRI. The understanding of the presentation of normal organ development on fetal MRI forms the basis for recognition of pathological states.
During the second and third trimesters, maturational processes include changes in size, shape and signal intensities of organs. Visualization of these developmental processes requires tailored MR protocols. Emphasis is laid on the demonstration of normal MR appearance of organs that are frequently involved in malformation syndromes. In addition, examples of time-dependent contrast enhancement of intrauterine structures are given.
Diffusion-weighted imaging in normal fetal brain maturation. Diffusion-weighted imaging DWI provides information about tissue maturation not seen on conventional magnetic resonance imaging. The aim of this study is to analyze the evolution over time of the apparent diffusion coefficient ADC of normal fetal brain in utero.
DWI was performed on 78 fetuses, ranging from 23 to 37 gestational weeks GW. All children showed at follow-up a normal neurological evaluation. ADC values were obtained in the deep white matter DWM of the centrum semiovale, the frontal, parietal, occipital and temporal lobe, in the cerebellar hemisphere, the brainstem, the basal ganglia BG and the thalamus. Thalamus and BG showed intermediate values 1. Brainstem, cerebellar hemisphere and thalamus showed a linear negative correlation with gestational age.
This study provides a normative data set that allows insights in the normal fetal brain maturation in utero, which has not yet been observed in previous studies on premature babies. MRS of normal and impaired fetal brain development.
Cerebral maturation in the human fetal brain was investigated by in utero localized proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy MRS. Spectra were acquired on a clinical MR system operating at 1. Body phased array coils four coils were used in combination with spinal coils two coils.
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The size of the nominal volume of interest VOI was 4. A significant reduction in myo-inositol and choline and an increase in N-acetylaspartate were observed with progressive age. The normal MR spectroscopy data reported here will help to determine whether brain metabolism is altered, especially when subtle anatomic changes are observed on conventional images. Some examples of impaired fetal brain development studied by MRS are illustrated. Diffusion-weighted MR imaging of the normal fetal lung.
To quantify apparent diffusion coefficient ADC changes in fetuses with normal lungs and to determine whether ADC can be used in the assessment of fetal lung development. In 53 pregnancies th weeks of gestationwe measured ADC on diffusion-weighted imaging DWI in the apical, middle, and basal thirds of the right lung. ADCs were correlated with gestational age. Differences between the ADCs were assessed.
Fetal lung volumes were measured on T2-weighted sequences and correlated with ADCs and with age. Neither the individual ADC values nor average ADC values showed a significant correlation with gestational age or with lung volumes. Average ADCs decreased placentzria from the lung apex toward the base. Individual ADCs showed little absolute change and heterogeneity. Lung volumes increased significantly during gestation.