Ultrasound picture of a week fetus with trisomy 21, demonstrating increased nuchal translucency thickness and absent nasal bone. cell surface markers. Fetal medicine is the branch of medicine that provides care for the fetus (or A specialist Fetal Medicine Centre is one staffed by subspecialist consultants. A maternal-fetal medicine (MFM) subspecialist has advanced knowledge of the medical, surgical, obstetrical, fetal subiecte.info Ac- .
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Relatively few interventions are based on specific conditions revealed by ultrasound or genetic testing. But as commentators have frequently observed about prenatal testing, technologies that appear to increase reproductive options also complicate and constrain them.
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