Although plain and contrast radiology have become a well established part of the perinatal and fetal necropsy, the role of ultrasound has been less comprehensively explored. We have found a variety of ultrasonographic approaches to be of value in diagnosis, quality control, and teaching. Ultrasound is of particular help where consent for formal necropsy has been declined.
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