Publication / RCMCI
Published Date: 2019/06/01
Published By: Dr Hossein Ghadiri
Published At: Journal of Biomedical Physics and Engineering, 9(3), pp. 335-344
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Published URL: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6613153/

Morshedi M.Bakhshandeh M.Piryaei A.Emami A.Zangeneh M.Razzaghdoust A.Ghadiri H., and Zayeri F.

Abstract


Diagnostic ultrasound has been used to detect human disease especially fetus abnormalities in recent decades. Although the harmful effects of diagnostic ultrasound on human have not been established so far, several researchers showed it has had bioeffects in cell lines and in experimental animals. Three-dimensional (3D), four-dimensional (4D), and color Doppler sonography are new techniques which are widely used in diagnostic fetal ultrasonography.