Fetal sexing by ultrasound in the second trimester: maternal preference and professional ability.

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The study was planned to determine the proportion of parents that wish to know the sex of their fetus at the 20-week anomaly scan, and to investigate our ability to diagnose correctly the sex of the fetus when undertaken as part of a routine scan. A total of 472 patients gave their informed consent. An attempt was made to identify the genitalia as part of… (More)

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@article{Harrington1996FetalSB, title={Fetal sexing by ultrasound in the second trimester: maternal preference and professional ability.}, author={Kathy F Harrington and V. Armstrong and Jeremy Freeman and Joseph T. Aquilina and S. Campbell}, journal={Ultrasound in obstetrics & gynecology : the official journal of the International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology}, year={1996}, volume={8 5}, pages={318-21} }