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Volume 24, Number 5, October 2004

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Practicing prenatal diagnosis within the law
pp. 489-494(6)
Authors: de Crespigny, L.; Chervenak, F.; Coquel, P. A.; Ville, Y.; McCullough, L.

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Development of the human fetal pons: in utero ultrasonographic study
pp. 506-510(5)
Authors: Achiron, R.; Kivilevitch, Z.; Lipitz, S.; Gamzu, R.; Almog, B.; Zalel, Y.

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Audit on nuchal translucency thickness measurements in Flanders, Belgium: a plea for methodological standardization
pp. 511-515(5)
Authors: Gyselaers, W. J. A.; Vereecken, A. J.; Van Herck, E. J. H.; Straetmans, D. P. L.; de Jonge, E. T. M.; Ombelet, W. U. A. M.; Nijhuis, J. G.

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Assessment of fetal cerebral arterial and venous blood flow before and after vaginal delivery or Cesarean section
pp. 522-528(7)
Authors: Baytur, Y. B.; Tarhan, S.; Uyar, Y.; Ozcakir, H. T.; Lacin, S.; Coban, B.; Inceboz, U.; Caglar, H.

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Middle cerebral artery Doppler indices at different sites: prediction of umbilical cord gases in prolonged pregnancies
pp. 529-533(5)
Authors: Figueras, F.; Lanna, M.; Palacio, M.; Zamora, L.; Puerto, B.; Coll, O.; Cararach, V.; Vanrell, J. A.

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The value of ultrasound in the prediction of successful induction of labor
pp. 538-549(12)
Authors: Rane, S. M.; Guirgis, R. R.; Higgins, B.; Nicolaides, K. H.

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Sonographic measurement of cervical length in preterm prelabor amniorrhexis
pp. 550-553(4)
Authors: Tsoi, E.; Fuchs, I.; Henrich, W.; Dudenhausen, J. W.; Nicolaides, K. H.

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Sonographic cervical length in singleton pregnancies with intact membranes presenting with threatened preterm labor
pp. 554-557(4)
Authors: Fuchs, I. B.; Henrich, W.; Osthues, K.; Dudenhausen, J. W.

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Which infertile women should be indicated for sonohysterography?
pp. 566-571(6)
Authors: Ando, H.; Toda, S.; Harada, M.; Yoshida, S.; Kondo, I.; Masahashi, T.; Mizutani, S.

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Preconceptions versus experience of transvaginal ultrasonography in older women
pp. 572-574(3)
Authors: Kew, F. M.; Whittaker, V. J.; Cruickshank, D. J.

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Sonographic features of decidualized ovarian endometriosis suspicious for malignancy
pp. 578-580(3)
Authors: Fruscella, E.; Testa, A. C.; Ferrandina, G.; Manfredi, R.; Zannoni, G. F.; Ludovisi, M.; Malaggese, M.; Scambia, G.

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Ultrasound simulators: experience with the SonoTrainer and comparative review of other training systems
pp. 581-585(5)
Authors: Maul, H.; Scharf, A.; Baier, P.; Wüstemann, M.; Günter, H. H.; Gebauer, G.; Sohn, C.

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The ‘skipped generation’ phenomenon in a family with renal agenesis
pp. 586-587(2)
Authors: Pallotta, R.; Bucci, I.; Celentano, C.; Liberati, M.; Bellati, U.

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Diagnosing umbilical cord entanglement in monoamniotic twins: becoming easier and probably essential …
pp. 587-589(3)
Authors: Vayssière, C.; Plumeré, C.; Gasser, B.; Neumann, M.; Favre, R.; Nisand, I.

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Umbilical cord entanglement in monoamniotic twins
pp. 592-593(2)
Authors: Faber, R.; Stepan, H.

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