3D Virtual Model Reconstruction by 3D Ultrasound Volume Data Sets in a Case of Prenatally Diagnosed Agnathia/Otocephaly Complex Associated with Multiple Congenital Anomalies



Fig. 17.1
Three-dimensional ultrasound in surface-rendering mode showing proboscis and severe hypotelorism



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Fig. 17.2
3D virtual physical model showing the typical features of the congenital malformation


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Fig. 17.3
Postmortem photographs showing the agnathia/otocephaly complex in lateral (a) and frontal (b) views confirming the accuracy of the prenatal ultrasound diagnosis


This work was based on a previously published report [4].



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