Dynamic cervical change on TVS

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Transvaginal ultrasound (TVS) reveals a dynamic change in the cervix, from an initially normal image to a funnel. Such a transformation is one of the predictors of preterm birth that author James T. Kurtzman, MD, describes in the Contemporary OB /GYN September 2011 cover story, ?PTB: 3 Keys to Assessing Risk.? (Video courtesy of Joshua A. Copel, MD.)

Transvaginal ultrasound (TVS) reveals a dynamic change in the cervix, from an initially normal image to a funnel. Such a transformation is one of the predictors of preterm birth that author James T. Kurtzman, MD, describes in the Contemporary OB /GYN September 2011 cover story, “PTB: 3 Keys to Assessing Risk.” Click here to read the article (Video courtesy of Joshua A. Copel, MD.)


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