23 weeks pregnant mother

Question: To day i have tiffa scan i got like echogenic foci in lv in fetal thorax heart ..what it mean any obnormal ..what the cause behind it..

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Answer: hi dear! echogenic foci is nothing to worried about in the heart dear. its a normal variant and it does not mean that there is any abnormality in the heart . and these will appear in the mid pregnancy and wont go away before delivery but it will cause not trouble to the baby so you dont have to worry . just with the help of scans we should just see the status of it. the cause for this is unknown and this means that there is a bright spot seen in the left ventricle of the heart. so dont be bother about this dear. take care.
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    venkat nerrella199 days ago

    Thank you mam!!but small doubt i hear that some times it may cause down synodrome and some side effects ..is it..any dangerous ..pls explain mam.as bcz my dctr has not told any thing about dis...is i nedd to go any doublemarker scan..

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