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« on: November 28, 2004, 04:49:42 AM »

Here is my thesis from from my radiography Fellowship in Australia.  It talks about cyst criteria, size, number etc, with other ultrasound abnormalities, and the need for amniocentesis, or not!  I presented some of these results at the Australian Society for Ultrasound in Medicine conferences in 1994 (prize winning poster) and 1997 (presentation).

It may be useful to some, though it is not a flash looking web-site by any stretch! Maybe I should spend some time and effort prettifying it?  Feel free to comment.

http://expat-at-large.com/thesis/Content.htm

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« Reply #1 on: July 12, 2005, 07:19:17 PM »

I am very concerned about my sister and keep trying to locate valuable information and cannot find any.  She is 27 weeks pregnant with a boy that has a cpc that has not dissolved or disappeared.  All online information says by 20 weeks the cpc should have gone away.  All other aspects of the pregnancy and fetus are normal.  Can you help me understand why at 27 weeks it is still there and how much danger is the baby in?
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« Reply #2 on: September 06, 2010, 04:48:12 AM »

Pregnant people has something to do with that thesis. They should read that thesis in order for them to know the side effects of ultrasound. Furthermore, this thesis was also a big help for me because I am a nursing student. By reading this thesis, I know what was happening to our high tech equipment now a days.
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