Application Of The 3‐Vessel View In Routine Prenatal Sonographic Screening For Congenital Heart Disease

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1. Previous fetus or child with a congenital, genetic, or chromo-somal abnormality3; 2. Known or suspected fetal anomaly or known growth disorder in the current pregnancy3; 76811 Task Force This consensus report was developed by the 76811 Task Force, under the leadership of the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM) and

Prenatal Detection of Congenital Heart Defects at the 11- to

4-chamber view, 3-vessel and trachea view, and their combination in color mapping during early cardiac evaluations for selecting cases suspicious of congenital heart defects. The second goal was to describe the most common abnormal flow patterns at the levels of the 4-chamber and 3-vessel and trachea views in the late first trimester.

Oral communications abstracts

Objectives: Despite clear guidelines for universal screening, diag-nosis rates by routine second-trimester ultrasound for congenital heart disease (CHD) remain low. Deep learning is a cutting-edge technology that identifies patterns in medical imaging. We present