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Ultraschalldiagnostik in Gynäkologie und Geburtshilfe

  • W. Schmidt
  • J. Hendrik

Zusammenfassung

Schon 1958 wurde die Ultraschalluntersuchung des weiblichen Beckens durch Donald et al. eingeführt. Voraussetzung einer jeden sonographischen Untersuchung des kleinen Bekkens ist die ausreichende Füllung der Harnblase, (Donald 1965; Kratochwil 1976; Gottesfeld 1979; Sample 1980).

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  • J. Hendrik

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