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John P. McGahan, MD
Examination of the Fetal Heart with Ultrasound
John P. McGahan, MD
07/16/2017 | Time : 26 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker discusses the new guidelines for examining the fetal heart. Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to list the anatomy examined in both a basic and advanced exam of the fetal heart, discuss what the acronym PASS stands for, recognize the causes of fetal cardiomegaly and review the importance of the three vessel view examination.

Topics mentioned in this video : Basic, Detailed, PASS, Three vessel view, Abnormal vessel view

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