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Deborah Levine, Patrick D Barnes, Richard R Robertson, Geoffrey Wong, Tejas S Mehta. Radiology 2003
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Fast MR imaging of fetal CNS anomalies in utero.
E M Simon, R B Goldstein, F V Coakley, R A Filly, K C Broderick, T J Musci, A J Barkovich. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol 2000
151
21

Fetal brain imaging: a comparison between magnetic resonance imaging and dedicated neurosonography.
G Malinger, L Ben-Sira, D Lev, Z Ben-Aroya, D Kidron, T Lerman-Sagie. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2004
115
21

Comparison of ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging in 100 singleton pregnancies with suspected brain abnormalities.
E H Whitby, M N J Paley, A Sprigg, S Rutter, N P Davies, I D Wilkinson, P D Griffiths. BJOG 2004
80
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Fetal cerebral ventriculomegaly: outcome in 176 cases.
P Gaglioti, D Danelon, S Bontempo, M Mombrò, S Cardaropoli, T Todros. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2005
143
17


Second-opinion magnetic resonance imaging for suspected fetal central nervous system abnormalities.
Diane M Twickler, Kevin P Magee, Jacqueline Caire, Michael Zaretsky, James L Fleckenstein, Ronald M Ramus. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2003
52
25


Prenatal isolated mild ventriculomegaly: outcome in 167 cases.
J Ouahba, D Luton, E Vuillard, C Garel, P Gressens, N Blanc, M Elmaleh, P Evrard, J F Oury. BJOG 2006
97
13

Fetal anomalies: comparison of MR imaging and US for diagnosis.
Mary C Frates, Ada J Kumar, Carol B Benson, Valerie L Ward, Clare M Tempany. Radiology 2004
86
13

Third-trimester fetal MRI in isolated 10- to 12-mm ventriculomegaly: is it worth it?
L J Salomon, J Ouahba, A-L Delezoide, E Vuillard, J-F Oury, G Sebag, C Garel. BJOG 2006
68
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What does magnetic resonance imaging add to the prenatal sonographic diagnosis of ventriculomegaly?
Beryl R Benacerraf, Thomas D Shipp, Bryann Bromley, Deborah Levine. J Ultrasound Med 2007
69
17

Isolated mild fetal cerebral ventriculomegaly: clinical course and outcome.
M D Patel, A L Filly, D R Hersh, R B Goldstein. Radiology 1994
99
11

Fetal central nervous system anomalies: MR imaging augments sonographic diagnosis.
D Levine, P D Barnes, J R Madsen, W Li, R R Edelman. Radiology 1997
129
11

Central nervous system abnormalities assessed with prenatal magnetic resonance imaging.
D Levine, P D Barnes, J R Madsen, J Abbott, T Mehta, R R Edelman. Obstet Gynecol 1999
139
11

Clinical outcome of mild fetal ventriculomegaly.
P Vergani, A Locatelli, N Strobelt, M Cavallone, P Ceruti, G Paterlini, A Ghidini. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1998
133
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Is fetal magnetic resonance imaging superior to neurosonography for detection of brain anomalies?
G Malinger, D Lev, T Lerman-Sagie. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2002
47
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MR imaging of fetal cerebral anomalies.
P C Sonigo, F F Rypens, M Carteret, A L Delezoide, F O Brunelle. Pediatr Radiol 1998
141
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Fetal thoracic abnormalities: MR imaging.
Deborah Levine, Carol E Barnewolt, Tejas S Mehta, Isabelle Trop, Judy Estroff, Geoffrey Wong. Radiology 2003
122
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Fetal MRI: a developing technique for the developing patient.
Fergus V Coakley, Orit A Glenn, Aliya Qayyum, Anthony J Barkovich, Ruth Goldstein, Roy A Filly. AJR Am J Roentgenol 2004
118
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Fetal MRI: techniques and protocols.
Daniela Prayer, Peter Christian Brugger, Lucas Prayer. Pediatr Radiol 2004
108
9

Ultrafast MR imaging of the fetus.
R A Kubik-Huch, T A Huisman, J Wisser, N Gottstein-Aalame, J F Debatin, B Seifert, M E Ladd, T Stallmach, B Marincek. AJR Am J Roentgenol 2000
83
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The value of in-utero magnetic resonance imaging in ultrasound diagnosed foetal isolated cerebral ventriculomegaly.
J E Morris, S Rickard, M N J Paley, P D Griffiths, A Rigby, E H Whitby. Clin Radiol 2007
55
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Use of MRI in the diagnosis of fetal brain abnormalities in utero (MERIDIAN): a multicentre, prospective cohort study.
Paul D Griffiths, Michael Bradburn, Michael J Campbell, Cindy L Cooper, Ruth Graham, Deborah Jarvis, Mark D Kilby, Gerald Mason, Cara Mooney, Stephen C Robson,[...]. Lancet 2017
113
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Complex fetal disorders: effect of MR imaging on management--preliminary clinical experience.
F V Coakley, H Hricak, R A Filly, A J Barkovich, M R Harrison. Radiology 1999
83
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NMR imaging in pregnancy.
F W Smith, A H Adam, W D Phillips. Lancet 1983
153
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Postnatal clinical and imaging follow-up of infants with prenatal isolated mild ventriculomegaly: a series of 101 cases.
Céline Falip, Nathalie Blanc, Emmanuelle Maes, Isabelle Zaccaria, Jean François Oury, Guy Sebag, Catherine Garel. Pediatr Radiol 2007
74
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A prospective study of fetuses with isolated ventriculomegaly investigated by antenatal sonography and in utero MR imaging.
P D Griffiths, M J Reeves, J E Morris, G Mason, S A Russell, M N J Paley, E H Whitby. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol 2010
79
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Fetal mild idiopathic lateral ventriculomegaly: is there a correlation with fetal trisomy?
R Achiron, M Schimmel, A Achiron, S Mashiach. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 1993
58
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The clinical significance of fetal isolated cerebral borderline ventriculomegaly: report of 31 cases and review of the literature.
G Pilu, P Falco, S Gabrielli, A Perolo, F Sandri, L Bovicelli. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 1999
114
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The role of magnetic resonance imaging in the evaluation of isolated mild ventriculomegaly.
Dan V Valsky, Liat Ben-Sira, Shay Porat, Nili Yanai, Abie Lewin, Michel Nadjari, J Moshe Gomori, Simcha Yagel. J Ultrasound Med 2004
25
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Absence of harmful effects of magnetic resonance exposure at 1.5 T in utero during the third trimester of pregnancy: a follow-up study.
René D Kok, Marieke M de Vries, Arend Heerschap, Paul P van den Berg. Magn Reson Imaging 2004
97
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Fetal central nervous system ventricle and cisterna magna measurements by magnetic resonance imaging.
Diane M Twickler, Taylor Reichel, Donald D McIntire, Kevin P Magee, Ronald M Ramus. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2002
43
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Fetal magnetic resonance imaging in the evaluation of fetuses referred for sonographically suspected abnormalities of the corpus callosum.
Orit A Glenn, Ruth B Goldstein, Katy C Li, Sun J Young, Mary E Norton, Reed F Busse, James D Goldberg, A James Barkovich. J Ultrasound Med 2005
79
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Obstetric MR imaging.
D Levine, P D Barnes, R R Edelman. Radiology 1999
145
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Mild fetal lateral cerebral ventriculomegaly: clinical course and outcome.
B Bromley, F D Frigoletto, B R Benacerraf. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1991
109
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MR imaging appearance of fetal cerebral ventricular morphology.
Deborah Levine, Isabelle Trop, Tejas S Mehta, Patrick D Barnes. Radiology 2002
55
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Obstetric and neonatal outcomes in severe fetal ventriculomegaly.
Andrew C G Breeze, Peta M A Alexander, Edile M Murdoch, Hannah H Missfelder-Lobos, Gerald A Hackett, Christoph C Lees. Prenat Diagn 2007
56
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Cerebral biometry in fetal magnetic resonance imaging: new reference data.
B Tilea, C Alberti, C Adamsbaum, P Armoogum, J F Oury, D Cabrol, G Sebag, G Kalifa, C Garel. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2009
84
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How accurately does current fetal imaging identify posterior fossa anomalies?
Catherine Limperopoulos, Richard L Robertson, Omar S Khwaja, Caroline D Robson, Judy A Estroff, Carole Barnewolt, Deborah Levine, Donna Morash, Luanne Nemes, Linda Zaccagnini,[...]. AJR Am J Roentgenol 2008
53
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Fetal CNS anomalies revealed on ultrafast MR imaging.
D Levine, P D Barnes, J R Madsen, J Abbott, G P Wong, C Hulka, T Mehta, W Li, R R Edelman. AJR Am J Roentgenol 1999
52
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Mild fetal cerebral ventriculomegaly: diagnosis, clinical associations, and outcomes.
Joseph R Wax, Laurel Bookman, Angelina Cartin, Michael G Pinette, Jacquelyn Blackstone. Obstet Gynecol Surv 2003
40
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Obstetric and neonatal outcomes in apparently isolated mild fetal ventriculomegaly.
Andrew C G Breeze, Prakash K Dey, Christoph C Lees, Gerald A Hackett, Gordon C S Smith, Edile M Murdoch. J Perinat Med 2005
41
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The value of fast MR imaging as an adjunct to ultrasound in prenatal diagnosis.
L Breysem, H Bosmans, S Dymarkowski, D Van Schoubroeck, I Witters, J Deprest, P Demaerel, D Vanbeckevoort, C Vanhole, P Casaer,[...]. Eur Radiol 2003
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