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 Patau Syndrome and Edwards Syndrome
18/10/2016
Down Syndrome Down Syndrome or trisomy 21 is a chromosomal abnormality with an extra chromosome 21 added. Normally, during fertilization, both the ovum and the sperm give 23 chromosomes to get a complete set of 46 chromosomes or 23...
methods for detecting down syndrome
17/10/2016
Cell-free fetal DNA (cffDNA) or fetal DNA circulates freely in the mother’s blood. Through venipuncture, i.e. taking blood from the vein of the pregnant woman, a specimen can be taken for the study. Sample analysis is a non-invasive method...
Fetal Morphology
16/10/2016
Fetal morphology takes place between 19th and 22nd WOP. The aim of fetal morphology is to trace the normal anatomical and physiological development of the fetus for this period, to make biometric measurements, respectively to detect...
fetus growth ultrasound
15/10/2016
Once we have performed fetal morphology of the fetus in 20-22 WOP, we need to follow the growth and viability of the fetus in the next few examinations. These examinations should be in 28, 32 and 36 WOP. The aim is to track the dynamics of...
ultrasound picture of a fetus
14/10/2016
Bleeding and pregnancy Vaginal bleeding during pregnancy is not normal and is considered to be a deviation from the norm. Each vaginal bleeding must identify - where it originates from, its amount, its nature, etc., which occurs at a...
fetus ultrasound
13/10/2016
It is quite common to hear that the baby’s umbilical cord is wrapped around its neck. And this raises the question: ‘Is it dangerous?’ Before we move on with whether it is dangerous and how dangerous it is, we have to ask ourselves other...
ultrasound of a baby
12/10/2016
The moment of birth is so anticipated, so emotional, solemn, and at the same time, worrying. When the birth is veiled in ambiguity, misunderstanding, and we do not know what to expect, and we have heard all kinds of stories, this great...