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What should be a baby' s femur length of 31 weeks?

what should my baby s femur length of 31 weeks? after sonography i found femur length 57.1mm, Is it normal or i should worry about baby,s height in future? ...
 

Short femur bone. Could it be the reason for short height?

My 9 year old son is in the 10th percentile for height/weight. The first few years of his life, he ... remember from his ultrasound at around 39-40 weeks that the OB Gyn told me that his femur bone looked short ...
 

Pregnant now. Scan showed femur length 3.4%. It everything normal?

Hi, I am eight and half months pregnant now. Yesterday scan was taken. The femur length of my baby ... this 3.4% length is not a problem and the baby doesnot have any bone problem. Is it true? Is my baby ...
 

Am pregnant and femur measures 5%. Will baby have normal limbs?

hi I am 32 weeks and I was told that my baby s femur measures at 5%. At 26 weeks he was measuring ... s head and he is fine. My question is what are the chances that the baby is born with normal limbs ...
 

Have genu valgum. Advised corrective osteotomy femur. Success ratio?

Hi There I am 26 years old. I height is 5 feet 4 inches & weight is 80 Kilogram.I am suffering from ... osteotomy femur . I am little worried by operation. I am looking for details about the operation. Like ...
 

Fetal biometry - report seems to be abnormal

.the humerus femur length is 49mm in 31 weeks. The doctor said that the long bone are short which will affect the baby height. I would like to get an opinion from you. ...
 

Pregnant, tests showed hot spots on baby's heart and femur, have taken harmony test. Advise?

due to some medications that I have to be on which thus far has not affected my baby. However, I was blown away yesterday when I was told that my little boy has 2 hot spots on his heart as well as a femur ...
 

Femur head getting less blood supply due to screw fixation. How to increase supply?

is getting less supply which had caused variation in length of legs and degeneration of femur head. Please ...Hi, I have been gone through Hip pinning few years back and had screws fixation between my femur ...
 

Infant having one leg longer and thicker at femur area than the other. Treatment advise?

Hi, my baby is twin 1 boy with 4 months old he is 7 months delivery I noticed he has left leg at femur area is thicker than right leg and slightly longer Kindly advise ...
 

Have rod inside femur, not able to sit properly, pain in inner thigh. Xray reports fine. Any suggestion?

I had a broken femur due to head on collision by a druck driver about 4 years ago. The doctor put a rod inside my femur. I have gone through physical therapy . But, I have never been able to sit Indian ...
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An ultrasound showed mismatch of values. Does it mean fetal abnormalities? How to increase baby's femur length?

abnormalities??Is 6.17cm femur length common? Else how can we increase Femur length of baby? ... . Report shows that HC (32.1cm) and BPD (8.93cm) is of 36 week but AC(29.2cm) -33weeks and FL(6.17cm ...
 

What causes short femur length of fetus during pregnancy?

Hello, I am 32 y. old and 27 + 6 week pregnant with baby #2. My first child was born 3 years ago, weighing 2.78 kilo @ 38+5. At my last 2 scans, I was told that baby was under-sized and worried that his ...
 

Kunscher nail on right femur,osteoarthritis,knee replacement

I have a Kunscher nail in the length of my right femur and now have severe osteoarthritis ... is the best place in Chicago area to seek treatment? age- 64, weight-195, height- 5'7" ...
 

Having pain in groin muscles. MRI of pelvic region showed cyst in femur area. What is causing the pain?

I am an healthy male, 48 years of age , height 170 cm and weight of 80 Kg.. I have pain ... on the neck/head region of the right femur .The cyst is about 1 cm cube in diameter .Could it be the cause ...
 

What does these ultrasound report of femur indicate?

Hello, on my ultrasound yesterday the baby's femur measured 6 days behind and is in the 17th percentile. My screening was 1:2800 for downs but I'm still worried ...
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Hello my baby have 8.78 cm BPD 6.93 cm FL 31.14 cm AC And EFW is 2600 gm Showing 35 weeks 1 day in ultra sound Is it normal?i feel that femur length is short.My
Hello. Thanks for writing to us. The findings of ultrasound scan are just within normal limits. The mild shortening of femur can be a physiological variation. I hope this information has been helpful for you. Regards, Dr. Praveen Tayal . Click on thanks button if it is helpful.
 
Xray report says i may have a 6.4cm echondroma in femur. Should i worry it maybe low grade cancer cause of size and some discomfort around femur?
Enchondroma is a benign tumor. Unless any pressure symptoms or pain, not to worry. Thanks
 
Hi ,dr i am 24 weeks pregrant my baby bpd is 48 mm and fl is 46 mm my baby is normal or not?
Dear madam i understand your concern.in my opinion BPD seems to be little less when compared to his 24 wks,but femur length is good it is corresponding to 24 wks.but we can not say this is a abnormal report because of moulding some babys may have long and thin head,,,so relax and enjoy your like,,,you are going to have a good baby in no time,,,,,,all the best..Dr vamsi krishna.
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