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04 Apr 2006

Can sonar detect That
I am just wondering wheather the sonar can detect that the foetus does not have for example: Arms, Legs or any other body parts missing.

Please reply, A crazy question I think, but I need clarity.
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01 Jan 0001

Yes. A fetal anomlay scan is normally done at 22 weeks.
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