How does 3d Ultrasound Work?


3D ultrasound uses a process known as surface rendering which allows sound waves to be sent toward the fetus from more than one direction. Sophisticated software interprets the images to compose an image of the fetus that shows more depth and enhances its features so the parents get a more realistic image of their growing baby.
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How Does 3D Ultrasound Work?
Sound waves are generated and directed toward the fetus and is a safe procedure in the hands of a qualified obstetrician. The picture is formed when sound waves are reflected back from the fetus. In 2D ultrasound, sound waves are directed straight down... More »
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According to my doctor a 3D ultrasound works by pushing ultrasound waves into the body. The waves bounce off objects and send back a signal to the receiver. The receiver turns those signals into a picture. This is similar to the way sonar works.
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In standard ultrasounds, high frequency sound waves are sent through the body and reflect back to a sender/receiver. The reflected sound waves are then analyzed by a computer which,
Three dimensional (3D) ultrasounds are a new technology that produce color images that allow you to actually see what your baby will look like. These new ultrasounds can also record
A 3D ultrasound can cost as little as $65 dollars for a very basic picture package, and as high as $178 for advanced packages. Depending on how much you're willing to spend, these
1 Go at the right time within your pregnancy. If you are just interested in checking the gender, you can go as early as 17 weeks. Any earlier, and the results may not be accurate,
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