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Can you help in reading the pregnancy ultrasound report?

My ultrasound report read the following. And I need I to know all the terms pls Obstetric profile A single active fetus in utero Cephalic presentation and longitudinal lie Posterofundal placenta Biophysical profile Non stress test reactive (2) Breathing Normal. (2) Fetal body activity-Normal(2) Fetal tone Normal. (2) Amniotic fluid index normal(2) Placental grading-II. (2) Composite BPS\E score= (12) Organ survey- CNS ,GIT,Urogenital and skeletal systems showed no gross anomalies No masses Maturity=29wks+5days U\S EDD=29th August 2012 ±3days Gender= xx Est.fw=1.47kg(now) The cervix is closed Summary of findings: active gestation
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It appear normal for 30 weeks old fetus.

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Dr. Ashish Mittal
Answered: Sat, 27 Oct 2012
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