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A 29-year-old Caucasian woman G2P1 was referred at 12 weeks of gestation for her first ultrasound scan. A transvaginal ultrasound was performed. WK 2 L 1 Iniencephaly The CRL was 44.7 mm. The biparietal diameter was 17.8 mm.

A Caucasian woman was referred at 12 weeks of gestation for her first ultrasound scan. A transvaginal ultrasound was performed. WK 2 L 1 Iniencephaly The CRL was mm. The biparietal diameter was mm.

Skeleton - DIAGNOSIS OF FETAL ABNORMALITIES - THE 18-23 WEEKS SCAN

Clubfoot - The relationship of leg and foot should also be assessed to rule out clubfoot.

Sonographic signs of appendicitis: dilated appendix > 6mm outer diameter,  noncompressible, distinct appendiceal wall layers due to oedema, target appearance (axial section), appendicolith - an echogenic focus with posterior shadowing, periappendiceal fluid collection, echogenic and prominent periappendiceal and pericaecal fat, surrounding hypervascularity on colour Doppler.

Appendicitis on ultrasound - the first step is to identify the appendix (unfortunately not always possible) by finding a blind-ending tubular structure arising from the base of the caecum.

Parapelvic Cysts- Anechoic mass located in renal hilum that doesn't communicate with the collecting system.

WK 7 RENAL parapelvic cyst Urinary Tract and male reproductive system

Tragically Wrong: When Good Early Pregnancies Are Misdiagnosed As Bad - New guidelines seek to end a not-so-rare medical error with tragic consequences: normal pregnancies are misdiagnosed as ectopic or failed pregnancies.

Tragically Wrong: When Good Early Pregnancies Are Misdiagnosed As Bad

Tragically Wrong: When Good Early Pregnancies Are Misdiagnosed As Bad - New guidelines seek to end a not-so-rare medical error with tragic consequences: normal pregnancies are misdiagnosed as ectopic or failed pregnancies.

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