Moska Aliasi

Moska Aliasi
Leiden University Medical Centre | LUMC · Department of Obstetrics

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Two-dimensional (2D) freehand ultrasound is the mainstay in prenatal care and fetal growth monitoring. The task of matching corresponding cross-sectional planes in the 3D anatomy for a given 2D ultrasound brain scan is essential in freehand scanning, but challenging. We propose AdLocUI, a framework that Adaptively Localizes 2D Ultrasound Images in...
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Two-dimensional (2D) freehand ultrasound is the mainstay in prenatal care and fetal growth monitoring. The task of matching corresponding cross-sectional planes in the 3D anatomy for a given 2D ultrasound brain scan is essential in freehand scanning, but challenging. We propose AdLocUI, a framework that Adaptively Localizes 2D Ultrasound Images in...
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Background: Birth weight (BW) is an important prognostic factor in newborns with congenital heart defects (CHD). Objectives: To give an overview of the literature on BW z-score in children with isolated CHD. Search strategy: A systematic search was performed on isolated CHD and BW in PubMed, Embase, Web of Science, COCHRANE Library and Emcare....
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The quantification of subcortical volume development from 3D fetal ultrasound can provide important diagnostic information during pregnancy monitoring. However, manual segmentation of subcortical structures in ultrasound volumes is time-consuming and challenging due to low soft tissue contrast, speckle and shadowing artifacts. For this reason, we d...
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The quantification of subcortical volume development from 3D fetal ultrasound can provide important diagnostic information during pregnancy monitoring. However, manual segmentation of subcortical structures in ultrasound volumes is time-consuming and challenging due to low soft tissue contrast, speckle and shadowing artifacts. For this reason, we d...
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The relationship between fetal cortical development and gestational age has been commonly studied, with cortical folding events found to be temporally consistent across the healthy population. In order to utilise this relationship in clinical practice, manual fissure grading charts have been proposed to compare fissure appearance or measurements to...
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The objective of this work is to achieve sensorless reconstruction of a 3D volume from a set of 2D freehand ultrasound images with deep implicit representation. In contrast to the conventional way that represents a 3D volume as a discrete voxel grid, we do so by parameterizing it as the zero level-set of a continuous function, i.e. implicitly repre...
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Impaired placentation is an important contributing factor to intra-uterine growth restriction and pre-eclampsia in fetuses with congenital heart defects (CHD). These pregnancy complications occur more frequently in pregnancies with fetal CHD. One of the most important factors influencing the life of children with CHD is neurodevelopmental delay, wh...
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In fetal neurosonography, aligning two-dimensional (2D) ultrasound scans to their corresponding plane in the three-dimensional (3D) space remains a challenging task. In this paper, we propose a convolutional neural network that predicts the position of 2D ultrasound fetal brain scans in 3D atlas space. Instead of purely supervised learning that req...
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Objectives: To identify antenatal ultrasound markers and their predictive value in differentiating between simple and complex gastroschisis. Methods: Prospective nationwide study in which serial longitudinal ultrasound examinations were performed at regular specified intervals between 20 and 37 weeks in isolated fetal gastroschisis cases. The pr...
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Objective: To determine whether complex gastroschisis (i.e. intestinal atresia, perforation, necrosis or volvulus) can prenatally be distinguished from simple gastroschisis by fetal stomach volume and stomach-bladder distance, using three-dimensional (3D) ultrasound. Methods: This multicenter prospective cohort study was conducted in the Netherl...

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