Fetal intracranial volume is one of the most important parameters used in assessing normal fetal growth. Based on volumetric ultrasound (US), Virtual Organ Computer-Aided-anaLysis (VOCAL<sup>TM</sup>) is a commonly used technique for such measurement. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) offers better soft tissue contrast for fetal brain imaging and is considered as one of the best tools for tissue volumetry, and as a standard for comparison. In this work we compare fetal intracranial volumes measured from MRI with those obtained from VOCAL<sup>TM</sup> measurements in the same fetuses.
IPR 2016 Conjoint Meeting & Exhibition