Three-dimensional color Doppler surface imaging for obstetric examination can not only observe the process of fetal growth, but also check the changes of placenta, amniotic fluid and umbilical cord, and more importantly, it can be used as the main means of diagnosing fetal malformation. Due to the large contrast between the tissue structure and the liquid gray scale, the stereoscopic shape, surface features and spatial positional relationship of the suspicious structure can be clearly displayed, and a stereoscopic image of the fetus in the uterus is provided. Three-dimensional reconstruction includes surface imaging, transparent imaging, and multi-planar imaging modes.
3D color ultrasound features
(1) Add a coronal section image based on the preservation of two-dimensional imaging.
(2) Stereo positioning, axial adjustment, ABC three axes can be adjusted at will until the best image is displayed.
(3) Stereoscopic imaging, dynamic and intuitive; real-time dynamic observation of fetal head, body surface and visceral activity, the image is clear, accurate and reliable.
(4) Cutting function, can retain the image focus; cut out the useless part, and perform three-dimensional reconstruction display on the suspicious part.
(5) Rotating function, can be multi-faceted observation; with front, back, left and right, up and down 360° rotation function, the image can be observed in different directions.
(6) You can take beautiful photos of the fetus, record the expression changes and record CD-ROM as data for preservation, as a permanent memorial.
(7) It can display the stereo relationship and adjacent relationship of different levels of lesions. The application of three-dimensional color ultrasound in obstetrics provides a wealth of image information for clinical ultrasound diagnosis. The fetus is surrounded by liquid in the amniotic cavity. It is a good imaging condition for three-dimensional ultrasound. The image is stereoscopic and intuitive, and can be adjusted at any angle through three sections. Rotation can observe suspicious structures, and the malformation of the fetal structure can be seen at a glance, greatly improving the quality of diagnosis and treatment, and reducing misdiagnosis or missed diagnosis.