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Badanie USG 3D w pediatrii

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Editorial review: pediatric 3D ultrasound
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Three-dimensional ultrasound is an established diagnostic imaging technique in many
specialties. However, in neonates, infants and children three-dimensional ultrasound
still is underutilized, partially due to time constraints for post-processing and restricted
availability, of devices as well as dedicated pediatric transducers. Also reimbursement
issues still need to be addressed. This editorial review presents more or less established
pediatric three-dimensional ultrasound applications with proven diagnostic benefi t as
well as potential future applications of three-dimensional/four-dimensional ultrasound
in infants and children, aiming at enhancing research and promoting practical use
of three-dimensional ultrasound in relevant pediatric conditions. Particularly, applications
in neonatal neurosonography, ultrasound of the urogenital tract as well as some
other small part and miscellaneous queries are highlighted. Additional other potential
and future indications are discussed briefl y, also mentioning restrictions and potential
future developments. In summary, three-dimensional ultrasound holds some potential
to widen sonographic diagnostic capabilities throughout childhood and hopefully will
be increasingly investigated and introduced into clinical practice provided respective
equipment and pediatric three-dimensional/four-dimensional ultrasound transducers
become available.
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Ultrasonografi a trójwymiarowa znalazła uznanie wśród specjalistów wielu dziedzin
medycyny, jednak nadal wykorzystywana jest w niedostatecznym stopniu w badaniu
noworodków, niemowląt i dzieci. Powodem tego są przeszkody wynikające z wydłużenia
czasu badania oraz ograniczonej dostępności aparatów ultrasonografi cznych
i odpowiednich, pediatrycznych głowic; nie bez znaczenia pozostaje również kwestia
refundacji badań. W pracy przedstawiono możliwości zastosowania ultrasonografi i trójwymiarowej
we wskazaniach o udowodnionej wartości diagnostycznej oraz potencjalne
przyszłe obszary praktycznego zastosowania badania z użyciem opcji trójwymiarowej
i czterowymiarowej u niemowląt i dzieci. Omówiono użyteczność tych technik w neurosonografi
i, badaniach układu moczowo-płciowego i obrazowaniu drobnych struktur
anatomicznych, a także przedstawiono ograniczenia oraz prawdopodobne kierunki
rozwoju. Autor wnioskuje, że ultrasonografi a trójwymiarowa umożliwia poszerzenie
diagnostyki obrazowej w pediatrii, jednak upowszechnienie metody uzależnione jest od
zwiększenia dostępności odpowiedniej aparatury.
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