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Ultrasound done, can some online Doctor help me read the so and so scan report

Im sol i went to a clinic today to have an ultrasound..the result is....
BPD 81.8mm 32 weeks 2 days AOG
OFD 105.3 mm 32 weeks 5 days AOG
HC 297.7 mm 32 weeks 4 days AOG
AC 282.7 mm 32 weekd 3 days AOG
FL 61.5 mm 31 weeks 4 days AOG
TTD 83.7 mm 32 weeks 5 days AOG
Ave. UTZ Age 32 weeks 3 days
UTZ EDC = Dec.01, 2013
EFW = 1961-1983 g.

Diagnosis: pregnancy uterine 32 weeks 3 days fetal biometry ,single,live,male,in cephalic presentation. Active fetal cardiac and somatic movement. Left posterolateral grade II placenta. No previa. Adequate amniotic fluid. US EDD: Dec. 01, 2013. Cord loop seen at the back of the fetal neck. May suggest follow-up scan.
I just wanted to ask what is the meaning of cord loop seen at the back of the neck of my baby?
Asked On : Sat, 12 Oct 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
In my opinion you don't have to worry much. Your baby is doing fine.

The initial measurements are used to rule out any growth retardation. Even though your gestational age by calculating from Last Menstrual Period was not mentioned I don't think there is any growth retardation. If there was any, the Radiologist would mention it in the report and I don't find any discrepency in between the readings.

The position of loop behind the back of neck is not a thing to worry. If the cord is seen around neck that too tightly wound then only it becomes something of a concern.

Wish you a safe delivery and happy motherhood.
Answered: Mon, 14 Oct 2013
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Radiologist Dr. Anand Bherwani's  Response
Cord loop at the back of neck is not dangerous, actually it is normal.
Cord loop around the fetal neck can cause fetal brain asphyxia, which is not the case in your baby.
so don't worry.
All parameters are normal.
wish u a happy motherhood.
Answered: Mon, 14 Oct 2013
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