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Figure 1.

Three-dimensional rendered US image viewed frontally shows a facial cleft (arrows) in a fetus at 22 weeks gestational age. After viewing the rotating 3D image, the family elected to continue the pregnancy.[1]

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Figures 1, 2, 3 Johnson D D, Pretorius D H, Budorick N E, et al. Fetal lip and primary palate: three-dimensional versus two-dimensional US. Radiology 2000;217:236-239.


Reference

<pubmed>11012450</pubmed>| [1]


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Assessment

+ US image of cleft is relevant to project. - what does "Figures 1, 2, 3" mean in the legend? - File name is not appropriate. It is not "Figure 1." of the project and should not have that included in the file name and "US" acronym should not be used. - This is in fact a 2 dimensional ultrasound image.

Overall ultrasound image is very relevant to the group project, this particular one is not the clearest and you have not attempted to explain the image correctly.

  1. <pubmed>11012450</pubmed>

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current21:40, 8 October 2011Thumbnail for version as of 21:40, 8 October 2011368 × 440 (129 KB)Z3284061 (talk | contribs)Figure 1. Three-dimensional rendered US image viewed frontally shows a facial cleft (arrows) in a fetus at 22 weeks gestational age. After viewing the rotating 3D image, the family elected to continue the pregnancy.<ref name="PMID11012450"><pubmed>110124
20:17, 8 October 2011Thumbnail for version as of 20:17, 8 October 2011368 × 440 (129 KB)Z3284061 (talk | contribs)Figure 1. Three-dimensional rendered US image viewed frontally shows a facial cleft (arrows) in a fetus at 22 weeks gestational age. After viewing the rotating 3D image, the family elected to continue the pregnancy.<ref name="PMID11012450"><pubmed>110124

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