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Placenta posterior ,grade I maturity

Hi i have my scan done today.I am 22 wk 4 days from last LMP. Report shows i have placenta posterior ,grade I maturity,not low lying with Cervical length as 46 mm.Is it normal?Also the estimate Fatal weight shows 452 gm +/-66 gm.Is it Normal growth for fetal? Also it shows banana &lemon signs are negative.What does it mean I am 31 year Thanks Sangita
Asked On : Wed, 13 Jul 2011
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Hi Sangita,

Welcome to HCM.
Your ultrasound study report is perfectly normal.
There is nothing to worry. You have not mentioned the calculated gestational age as per sonography. If it is corresponding with your LMP gestational age then every thing is absolutely fine.
Banana and lemon sign are seen if there is some pathology in the brain of the child. Since they are negative, it means baby has no organic problem in the brain.
Wishing you a very healthy cute child with safe delivery.
Answered: Wed, 13 Jul 2011
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