Determination of Fetal Gender by Transrectal Ultrasound Examination : Field ’ s Experience

@inproceedings{Livini2010DeterminationOF,
  title={Determination of Fetal Gender by Transrectal Ultrasound Examination : Field ’ s Experience},
  author={Marco Livini},
  year={2010}
}
Fetal determination has been conducted for almost 20 yr. In 1989, Curran and Ginther first identified fetal gender by evaluating the location of the genital tubercle in the male and female fetus using transrectal examination between 54 and 84 days of gestation. More recently, others 4 have described fetal-gender determination in midand late pregnancy using a transabdominal technique. Knowing fetal gender has economic importance. Fetal gender is used to determine which mares are to be taken to… CONTINUE READING
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