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I had my anatomy scan at 20 weeks of pregnancy. Cerebellum only measured 18 wks. Doc said she didn't have time to go over scan that day. I'm worried! ?
Consider level II: It may be that your dates are not correct. Or there may be an issue needing follow up. Try to find out if you are in need of a "level II" or detailed ultrasound from a maternal fetal specialist, or high risk pregnancy doctor. This is not saying your pregnancy is high risk, just that the ultrasound may warrant a second look. ...Read more
An MRI looks at the anatomy of the brain what helps to look at the function , brain cells , neurons ?
Head 3weeks ahead on ultrasnd,rest of body 1week ahead. Specialist scan show anatomy of head/brain completely normal. Fatherinlaw has big head. Worry?
Cannot understand: this passage, please re post and state question clearly so we can help you. Thanks for trusting in HealthTap. ...Read more
I had a brain MRA-MRV, all is normal but there is a note "hypoplasia LEFT TRANSVERSE Gulf REPRESENTS ANATOMY variation.What does this means? Its ok?
It means: it is normal. What you describe is a common normal anatomic variation. ...Read more
23w5d ultrasound babies head measures 22 weeks and the rest of the body measured normal. Should I be worried. My doctor said brain anatomy was WNL
Endotoxins inflame: Acute rheumatic fever involves a host of endotoxins produced from strep bacteria that acutely affect the body (joints, skin, heart) resulting in widespread symproms. In te heart this can result in a pancarditis (endocardium, mesocardium, and epicardium), which can set in motion chronic inflammation and scarring in addition to valvular dysfunction. ...Read more
Hmmm: Can't be described in 400 characters. Probably can't be appropriately described in a 400 page text book. There are 7 cervical vertebrae, 12 rib bearing thoracic vertebrae, 5 non-rib bearing lumbar vertebrae (there are normal variants to these by the way) .There are 5 fused sacral vertebrae, and usually 3 vestigial coccygeal bones. The spinal cord extends from the brain down to about l1/l2, and.... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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