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What does "ncreased NT of 14mm" mean? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 24-Feb-2014
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User:Hi Doctor
User:good evening
Doctor:How can I help you?
User:I've a query related to my wife's NT scan after 13 weeks
User:shall I proceed?
User:My wife's NT scan of 13 weeks showed some abnormal results.
Doctor:May I know what abnormality was detected?
User:Increased NT of 14mm was found
User:doctors were also mentioning about hydrops fetalis
User:another observations: umbilical vein was seen passing inferiorly before joining the IVC, Normal ducts not seen
User:high suspicion of renal agenesis. Bladder not seen
User:No proper kidney or renal vessels seen
User:any thoughts on these observations?
Doctor:These symptoms look concerning.
Doctor:As a physician, I wouldn't be able to comment much on this.
Doctor:I suggest you to discuss these options with our specialist.
Doctor:You can use Ask A specialist option and leave your question to both gynecologist and pediatrician.
Doctor:With a combined opinion, you should be able to arrive at a better conclusion.
User:ok...will do that. Thanks Doctor.
Doctor:Thanks for consulting
Doctor:Bye for now.
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