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Multiple images courtesy and with permission: Jane J.K. Burns, AS, RT, RDMS. Gratitude to RadiologyKey for some images, with permission. Primary authors: Emanuel Gaziano, Sr., MD, Editor, obimages.net. Professor Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Minnesota, 1994-2013, Medical Director (1989-2006) and Practicing Physician, Minnesota Perinatal Physicians (1986-2012; Jane J.K. Burns, AS, RT, RDMS (Ultrasound Education: Maternal-Fetal Center Imaging, Texas Children’s Pavilion for Women), Houston, Texas, and Krista Kennedy Wald, RDMS; Editorial assistance: Manny Gaziano, Jr., , MA, University of Chicago. Partner, Obimages.net. Copyright: 2022. Obimages.net. All rights reserved.
The fetal cardiac sections had previously been reviewed by: Christine Hills, M.D., Board Certification: Pediatrics and Pediatric Cardiology, Cardiovascular Unit, Minneapolis Children’s Hospitals and Clinics, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Thank you is also extended to the following individuals for their previous contributions: Jill Beithon RT, RDMS, RDCS, RVT, Ultrasound Consultant, Fargo, North Dakota. Nasrin Benion, RDMS, Supervisor, Maternal Fetal Center Imaging, Texas Children’s Pavilion for Women, Houston, Texas, and Paula Wickham, RDMS, Head Sonographer, Maternal-Fetal Medicine Clinics, The Mother Baby Center, Allina Health and Children’s Hospitals and Clinics, Minnesota.
Dedicated to Paul Marion Gaziano, (1971-2019): MA, University of Chicago, Research Assistant, and Partner, Obimages.net