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What Does This Ultrasound Report Indicate?

A single living fetus is seen in unstable presentation BPD=3.1cm......equal to 15w FL=1.7cm equal to 14w Expected date of delivery is 28/1/2015 fetul heart rate is 159 BPM Placenta is located posterior low lying grade1 Liquor average and clear Estimated US GA =15w 1d fetus (+or-1w)
Thu, 4 Sep 2014
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Hello

USG findings suggests Placenta is situated in posterior region of the uterus and it is touching the internal os with grade I maturity.
There are maximum chances of migration of placenta as patient is having early pregnancy.In most of the cases,it moves away of internal os with advancement of pregnancy.
Patient should have follow up scan to detect the shift of placenta.
Patient should avoid strenuous activity and take adequate rest.

Rest of the findings are normal.
BPD(Bi parietal diameter)measures 3.1 cm corresponds to 15 weeks.
FL(Femur length)measures 1.7 cm corresponds to 14 weeks.

Fetal heart rate is 159 beats/min.
Liquor is adequate.

Hope i have answered your query.
Take Care
Dr.Indu Bhushan
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What Does This Ultrasound Report Indicate?

Hello USG findings suggests Placenta is situated in posterior region of the uterus and it is touching the internal os with grade I maturity. There are maximum chances of migration of placenta as patient is having early pregnancy.In most of the cases,it moves away of internal os with advancement of pregnancy. Patient should have follow up scan to detect the shift of placenta. Patient should avoid strenuous activity and take adequate rest. Rest of the findings are normal. BPD(Bi parietal diameter)measures 3.1 cm corresponds to 15 weeks. FL(Femur length)measures 1.7 cm corresponds to 14 weeks. Fetal heart rate is 159 beats/min. Liquor is adequate. Hope i have answered your query. Take Care Dr.Indu Bhushan