Cyber 3D Ultrasound Society is a Non-profit organization that provides clinical and technical information of 3D ultrasound diagnosis for doctors, sonographers, and students. This society is a non-profit organization that supports the mutual communication of ultrasound specialists everywhere in the world.
3D Ultrasound Images are newer three-dimensional pictures of the foetus taken during pregnancy. These ultrasounds interested people because they allow you to get a glimpse of what exactly your baby looks like in the womb. These types of ultrasounds are so amazing and fun because you can capture your baby’s different movements such as sucking a thumb, yawning, or just sleeping away!
3D ultrasound is a medical ultrasound technique, mostly used in obstetric ultrasonography (during pregnancy), providing three-dimensional images of the foetus. Three-dimensional ultrasound is used extensively in the non-destructive evaluation of materials for failure and purity assessment. It is also known as phased array ultrasonic.
There are many different scanning modes in medical and obstetric ultrasound. The standard common obstetric diagnostic mode is 2D scanning. In 3D foetal scanning, however, sound waves are sent at different angles instead of being sent straight down and reflected back. The returning echoes are regulated by a sophisticated computer program resulting in a reconstructed three-dimensional volume image of the foetus’s surface or internal organs, in the same way as a CT scan machine constructs a CT scan image from multiple x-rays.Read More»