Ultrasound screening for fetal abnormalities.

Abstract

Ultrasound screening for fetal abnormalities is increasingly becoming part of routine antenatal care in Europe and the UK. However, there has been very little formal evaluation of this practice. In this article reports of routine ultrasound screening are reviewed and the advantages and disadvantages discussed. The majority of routine anomaly scanning is done in the second trimester but there may be a case for screening at other times in pregnancy and alternative anomaly screening policies are discussed.

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@article{Chitty1995UltrasoundSF, title={Ultrasound screening for fetal abnormalities.}, author={Lyn S. Chitty}, journal={Prenatal diagnosis}, year={1995}, volume={15 13}, pages={1241-57} }