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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
Cerebellum: Yes. The cerebellum is normal. A prominent or mega cisterna magna is a variation of normal brain anatomy and does not require surgery. There is no abnormality of the cerebellum or other brain structures. ...Read more
Is this the truth: everyone's anatomy is different, everyone's gait is different, there is no one "correct" gait?
Not sure: But they are pretty common and in low risk women, which you are, given your other negative tests, they are almost always meaningless. This is a great article actually written by my father... It is a little outdated as there has since been a statement released downplaying soft markers. Here is a link http://www.Choroidplexuscyst.Org/filly.Html what soft makers did you have. ...Read more
What are some good medical books to read? I've read grays anatomy and quick anatomy answer book. Doesn't have to be about anatomy.
So many books: There are so many great books about medicine but I prefer ones that look at the big picture of health and healing. Some old favorites include Health and Healing & Natural Health, Natural Medicine, both by Andrew Weil MD, Detoxification and Healing by Sidney Baker MD, Quantum Healing by Deepak Chopra MD and for something very outside the box but fascinating, Reinventing Medicine by Larry Dossey MD. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Basic: The basic difference: anatomy is structure, physiology is function. ...Read more
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