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Is any treatment available for enlarged nuclear translucency ?

Is there any treatment available for enlarged nuchal translucency of 10 mm in 13-14 weeks. can we continue with our child ? what the risk factor involved in this ? is it a better idea to abort the child ?
Asked On : Mon, 15 Nov 2010
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Nuchal translucency (NT) scan is a screening test for Down syndrome. An ABNORAML NT test directs you for further testing- CVS or amniocentesis. If you are not going for these invasive tests, you are taking risk of having a fetus with abnormal chromosomes.

I suggest not aborting. Instead go for the CVS or amniocentesis. These tests are confirmatory.

Dr. Jagdish
Answered: Mon, 15 Nov 2010
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