MY TEN FAVORITE SLIDES – Bernard Benoit

Fig. 1. Surface image of a fetal face with cleft lip right, rendered in 1994. The image quality cannot be compared with the images today.

Fig.2. HDlive surface image of fetal feet at 31 weeks of gestation.

Fig.3. HDlive surface image of a complex umbilical cord knot.

Fig.4. VCI image of a fetal spine at 22 weeks of gestation.

Fig.5. HDlive studio image of a fetal face at 31 weeks of gestation. The fetus is illuminated by a movable light source from the background.

Fig.6. HDlive studio image of a fetus with omphalocele at 12 weeks‘ gestation. The fetus is illuminated by a three different movable light sources.

Fig.7. Color rendered HDlive images of the fetal heart showing the inflow tract (left) and the outflow tract (right) with crossing of the great vessels.

Fig.8. Surface rendered image of an embryo at 8 weeks of gestation using high HDlive silhouette mode. This mode enables demonstration of inner cystic structures such as the brain ventricles.

Fig.9. HDlive silhouette demonstration of a simple ovarian cyst.

Fig.10. HDlive silhouette demonstration of a normal anteverted uterus. The coronal plane allows a clear discrimination between endometrium and myometrium.

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