Interobserver Variability of Sonography for Prediction of Placenta Accreta

@article{Bowman2014InterobserverVO,
  title={Interobserver Variability of Sonography for Prediction of Placenta Accreta},
  author={Zachary S. Bowman and Alexandra Grosvenor Eller and Anne M. Kennedy and Douglas S. Richards and Thomas C. Winter and Paula J. Woodward and Robert M Silver},
  journal={Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine},
  year={2014},
  volume={33}
}
The sensitivity of sonography to predict accreta has been reported as higher than 90%. However, most studies are from single expert investigators. Our objective was to analyze interobserver variability of sonography for prediction of placenta accreta. 

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