Newly Developed 3D Ultrasounds Offer "Incredible" Details of Preborn Baby
Aimee Herd : Apr 5, 2013 : News Staff – Daily Mail, LifeSiteNews.com
Benoit's new "state-of-the-art imaging" uses software that maps the preborn baby in incredible detail, adding color, skin texture, lighting, shadows…
(Monaco)—I remember being excited about the ultrasound I had while pregnant with my son. Compared with the amazing images the machines can produce today, however, that photo—though still treasured—was black and white, grainy and unclear at best. (Image: GE Heathcare/SPL/Barcroft)
Ultrasound machines and software have come a long way in twenty-three years!
One doctor in particular; Dr. Bernard Benoit, of the Princess Grace Hospital in Monaco, has been working on developing better imaging. He is reportedly known around the world for his technological advances with ultrasounds.
Benoit's new "state-of-the-art imaging" uses software that maps the preborn baby in incredible detail, adding color, skin texture, lighting, shadows and even reducing the background so the baby's image is more clear. (Image: GE Heathcare/SPL/Barcroft)
Dr. Benoit's work is not only appreciated by expectant parents, but it has also allowed doctors to identify medical problems with preborn babies very early on in the womb.
Recently, the Daily Mail ran an article with stunning photos of preborn babies from some of the extremely clear 3D scans. (Image: GE Heathcare/SPL/Barcroft)
In one photo, the baby-in-utero appears to be smiling, and in another amazing photo of preborn twins, you can see the top and bottom "bunks" where the siblings are developing in the womb.
Beside the wonderful sonic images of their child, expectant patients can even have a video of their ultrasound which they can take home with them; a clear reminder of the precious life they're carrying.
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