Patient :ULTRASONOGRAPHY FOR NT AND NASAL BONE
URINARY BLADDER : Appears adequately distended and reveals normal anechoic pattern with smooth/regular walls. No obvious wall thickening seen. No evidence of any calculi or mass lesion seen.
UTERUS : is enlarged and contains single live intrauterine fetus displaying cardiac pulsations & normal fetal movements with Unstable Lie at time of examination.
Measurement (mm) Weeks Days
BPD 18 12 6
CRL 16 11 5
Secondary yolk sac 4.8
LMP 03.12.2013 POG BY LMP: 11weeks 6days. EDD BY LMP: 09.09.2014
POG BY USG: 11 weeks 5 day. EDD BY USG: 10.09.2014
Arteries PSV cm/sec EDV cm/sec S/D RI PI Remarks
Right uterine 43
1.3 1.5 0.3 1.3 Normal
Left uterine 58
29 1.9 0.5 1.7 Diastolic notch present
PLACENTAL PLATE: Fundic posterior with thickness of 15.1mm
Extremities: normal. Fetal torso: normal
NT: Fetal movement: Present. Neck position: Neutral. Magnified mage: Enclosed. Nuchal translucency thickness 1.1 mm. Septations: None
NASAL BONE: Normal Contour & Echogenicity: length 1.9mm
Fronto maxillary facial angle: 82.1º. Tricuspid flow is normal. Ductus venosus flow is normal.
No obvious abnormal echoes or any mass lesion could be visualised in the adnexal regions.
Single live intrauterine fetus of gestational age 11weeks 5 days.
Consider follow up to assess serial growth.
NT : 1.1 mm .
Nasal bone: Normal contour and echogenicity (Longitudinal span 1.9mm).
Normal tricuspid flow. Normal DV flow.
RI of umbilical artery is 0.9
Normal Frontomaxillary facial angle ( 82.1º).
Diastolic notch left side uterine artery ( With normal spectral values).
Dear doc ,
i have attached my report , kindly review as i doubt that the technician who did or made my report made some error in CRL & kindly chk is all ok as i have maternal history of hypertension and diabetes .
thanks kindly reply as i am quite worried thought my doc gave me assurance that all is ok .
my Tsh - 2.95
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