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Pregnancy complications with low level of amniotic fluid - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you
User :   In ultrasound of one relative who is pregenent since last six weeks it is mentioned that minimal freefluid in cul de sac.What is it
Doctor :   that is the Fluid that is collected in the Space
Doctor :   are you there with me
User :   I want to know are it dangerous how can it be traeted
Doctor :   It shall need to be aspirated and Tested For any Malignant cells and then treated appropriately
User :   Is it dangerius
Doctor :   It shall depend on the Results of the Report that is obtained after the pathological test
User :   What test need to do name it
Doctor :   Aspiration Of the free Fluid will be needed to be sent and the sample needs to be sent to the Laboratory for pathological analysis
Doctor :   and this aspiration will need to be done in the operation theater or the Laboratory under medical Supervision
User :   I want to know the name of that pathological test
Doctor :   sample for Malignant analysis
Doctor :   Malignant cells ?

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