QUIZ: What is your diagnosis based on these fetal echo images?
These images from a routine ultrasound examination of a 20-week fetus reveal a rare abnormality of the fetal spine.
QUIZ: These images are of the fetal heart reveal an abnormality. Can you identify it?
Okay, so the last choice isn't really an option, but you get the picture when it comes to the variety of ultrasound imaging.
Name the vessels shown in this color Doppler image of a fetal abdomen in 22 week-old fetus. Is anything abnormal?
There is insufficient evidence to determine whether measurement of symphysis fundal height (SFH) can effectively detect intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR), concludes a new systematic review.
Preconceptual laparoscopic abdominal cerclage is associated with favorable perinatal outcomes in patients with a poor obstetric history, concludes a new study.
Name the structure arrowed in these sagittal images of the heart in a 34-week fetus.
When fetal compromise is suspected, deferring delivery to allow the fetus more time in the womb until test results worsen or a favorable gestational age has been achieved may improve fetal and maternal outcomes, concluded a new study.
Video: Population-Based Risk Scoring Predicts Preterm Birth Risks Earlier than Cervical Length Screening Followed By Fetal Fibronectin Testing
Population based risk scoring can effectively predict preterm birth risks earlier than cervical length screening according to research presented at the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists' Annual Clinical Meeting.