A randomized trial of routine prenatal ultrasound.

Abstract

Nine hundred fifteen of 2171 pregnant patients had no indication for ultrasound at their first prenatal visit and were randomly assigned to receive either a single routine screening ultrasound or usual prenatal care. The estimated date of confinement was altered in 24.9% of routine-ultrasound patients and in 11.6% of usual-care patients through ultrasound… (More)

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@article{Ewigman1990ART, title={A randomized trial of routine prenatal ultrasound.}, author={Bernard G. Ewigman and Martine Lef{\`e}vre and Jurgen Hesser}, journal={Obstetrics and gynecology}, year={1990}, volume={76 2}, pages={189-94} }