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The NT (Nuchal Translucency) scan is emerging to be one of the most important scans in screening for fetal chromosomal anomalies and early detection of fetal structural anomalies.A delegate will not only learn to measure the CRL and NT (Nuchal Tra...

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The advancement in genetic studies has made it possible to identify and diagnose some major diseases and disorders at the fetal stage. Some of the commonly seen problems are rooted in gene study and with the right investigation can be identified a...

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“Fetal Cardiac Scanning” is a knowledge-based training that covers subjects such as normal and abnormal fetal heart, the impact of labor interventions and risk management, faculty assessment, invited talks and Real-life case examples t...

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This training covers key points of NIPT in clinical practice and provides guidance on why and when to do NIPT - its benefits and limitations.  The following topics are covered in this lecture:  What is Non-Invasive Cell-Free DNA Testing...

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Clinical Genetics is part of the FUP onsite lecture by Dr Meenakshi Bhat discussing the investigation, identification and diagnosis of genetic disorders in a fetus. Delegates will learn all about clinical genetics, the risk factors involved, like...

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This is part of the FUP Live in Conversation with Dr Prathima Radhakrishnan and focuses on the procedures for treating congenital anomalies. Delegates will learn all about In-utero Interventions, the risk factors involved, likely scenarios and po...

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Basics of the First Trimester Scan. This talk covers: Introduction to First Trimester Scan Why the FT Scan? Soft Markers in the FT Scan Structural Anomalies in the FT Scan

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This video as the name implies, is an overview of a Gynae scan. Methodology, normal and abnormal US features of the uterus and ovary, and approach to the same is dealt with in a concise, yet precise manner.

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This training covers central nervous system (CNS) anomalies diagnosed during the second trimester following a normal anatomy scan at 18-22 weeks of gestation with basic approach and case studies