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Borderline Ventriculomegaly in a pregnant women

Hi We got a Ultrasound done for my wife who is 30 weeks pregnant . All her previous USG and blood reports were negative for any NTD or Down syndrome . However the current USG shows that the distance between lateral ventricles is 10.4mm and has been termed as borderline ventriculomegaly. What are the chances that this distance will reduce over the coming weeks and how come none of the previous reports and USG failed to note this?
Asked On : Sun, 3 Apr 2011
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read your prob , borderline ventriculomagaly is sometime associated with CHD, spina bifida, n agenesis of corpus luteum.if you rule out all these conenital abnormalitis n find nothing then nothing to case of boderline ventriculomagaly 90% chance of normal out come.
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Answered: Mon, 11 Jul 2011
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