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Fetal anomaly: Fetal malformation or abnormal development.
Fetal goiter: Enlargement of the thyroid in the fetus.
Fetal-growth retardation (IUGR): Inadequate growth of the fetus during the last stages of pregnancy.


Fetal anomaly - Fetal malformation or abnormal development.
Fetal arrhythmia - See arrhythmia.
Fetal distress - Problems with the baby that occur before birth or during labor. These endanger the baby and require immediate delivery.

Fetal anomaly: An abnormality or malformation in the fetus.
Fetal blood sampling: A genetic test that screens blood from a fetus umbilical cord for abnormalities.
Fetal diagnostic testing: Tests to determine the well-being of the fetus during pregnancy.

Fetal Anomaly Screening Programme 2010 Professional Screening Resources. resources.fetalanomaly.screening.nhs.uk [Accessed September 2012] ...

FASP 2012c. Fetal Anomaly Screening Programme. NHS FASP Version 2 book - Information to support parents and health professionals once a diagnosis of a congenital anomaly has been made.

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~ Scan - 20 week Ultrasound
Placenta Previa
Gastroschisis
Spina Bifida ...

Those patients were included in the study who were admitted with closed cervical os, either had intrauterine death, ~, medical disorder (hypertension or diabetes) or history of previous ceasrean section.

12 A summary of 17 reports published between 1984 and 2001 integrated the findings of qualitative studies of expectant families who were prenatally diagnosed with a ~ or other problem.

~ screening uses ultrasound scanning to find certain abnormalities in the baby. This is usually carried out at 18-20 weeks, and can identify certain heart problems and conditions that may need treatment as soon as the baby is born.

I had my ~ Screen yesterday and baby girl is doing great...yes another girl in the house..I knew I was having a girl...but i am happy she is healthy and strong...but had some bad news this morning from my babysitter...

18-20 weeks ~ scan (may be on the same day as one of your antenatal appointments)
20 weeks antenatal appointment, ultrasound scan and blood test for anaemia (20-24 weeks)
22 weeks antenatal appointment and ultrasound scan ...

See also: See also: What is the meaning of Pregnancy, Ultrasound, Anomaly, Pregnant, Fetus?

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