First Trimester Anatomic Scan Ultrasound Video Lecture by Katherine Fong, MBBS, FRCPC, ABR | SonoWorld
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Katherine Fong, MBBS, FRCPC, ABR
First Trimester Anatomic Scan
Katherine Fong, MBBS, FRCPC, ABR
12/18/2016 | Time : 31 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker discusses fetal anomalies and classifies them as detectable, potentially detectable and undetectable by ultrasound. Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will review the early evaluation of fetal anomalies and potential diagnostic pitfalls, establish a protocol to improve detection of fetal anomalies in the first trimester, recognize methods of improving detection, such as proper operator education and list benefits of an early anatomic scan.

Topics mentioned in this video : Safety issues, Major fetal anomalies, Potentially detectable anomalies, Undetectable, Benefits of early anatomic scan, How to improve detection?, Intracranial translucency

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