Automated analysis of fetal cardiac function : a new approach based on tissue Doppler imaging

@inproceedings{Herling2018AutomatedAO,
  title={Automated analysis of fetal cardiac function : a new approach based on tissue Doppler imaging},
  author={Lotta LH Herling},
  year={2018}
}
The heart is a central organ in fetal adaptation to various hemodynamic insults and it is possible that subtle changes caused by complications such as hypoxia and anemia could manifest themselves early as altered fetal cardiac function. Color tissue Doppler imaging (cTDI) is an ultrasound technique that evaluates myocardial motion by assessing myocardial velocities. cTDI has been attempted in fetuses, but its use has been hampered by a cumbersome and time-consuming process of image analysis… CONTINUE READING

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