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Fetal biometry shows anterior placenta, diminished liquor, cephalic presentation. Normal?

i want to know whether foetal biometry in 33 weeks and 6 days is normal or foetal biometry is as follows LMP:09/05/12 EDD:13/02/2013, B.P.D=80mm, H.C=297mm, A.C=276mm, F.L=64mm(30W 3D) E.F.B.W=1951 +/-230gms( 10 to 20th tile) F.H.R=156/Bpm, presntation - cephalic with fetal spine to the left, placenta - Anterior, well above internal os. Liquor - Diminished, Amniotic fluid index-7
Asked On : Sat, 5 Jan 2013
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Your sonography values are corresponding to the gestational age of 33 weeks 6 days, but there is evidence of less liquor. The Biparietal diameter (B.P.D.) is also on the lower side. You may need to exclude fetal anomalies and also be cautious about the onset of preterm labor in such a condition. The fetal presentation and the placental position are normal. You should take further advice form your doctor. Wish you a safe delivery.
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