Measurement of Placental Volume by 3D Modeling of Ultrasound Placentometry Results
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An original method of determining placental volume by 3D modeling of the results of ultrasound placentometry is presented. Calculations and methods for creating 3D models of the placenta are given and the effectiveness of using this method for measurement of placental volume is assessed.
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