There is a lot of push by the industry to do 3D and 4D scans. And I would like to say that we all get drawn into these things because 3D and 4D are not usually required. What is required is a good quality 2D, 2D, and 2D scan. 3D scans would usually show us mostly the superficial structures.
Patients get carried away by 3D. They get carried away by 4D and now terms like 5D, which actually take away from the main 2D. So the main focus should be 2D a good 2D and if required a 3D. And of course, if required any more.
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