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Certain features such as small vascular lesions seen in human MRI are detected reliably only in postmortem histological samples by microscopic imaging. Co-registration of these microscopically detected features to their corresponding locations in the in-vivo images would be of great benefit to understanding the MRI signatures of specific diseases. Using(More)
The purpose of this prospective study was to investigate whether the antenatal characterization of fetal facial clefts can be improved by three-dimensional ultrasonographic visualization of fetal tooth buds. Between January 1996 and June 1998, seventeen consecutive fetuses with facial clefts were examined for fetal maxillary tooth buds in the cleft area(More)
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