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Question: Today was my target scan nd doctor has written echogenic foci seen in LV what does it actually mean.
Answer: Hi dear. It means small calcium deposits on the muscles of baby's heart. Mostly it doesn't cause any health issues. Don't worry
Question: Echogenic focus seen in tiffa scan what does it mean?
Answer: Hi dear, echogenic focus is mild clacification in baby's heart which doesn't interfere with fetal cardiac activity and will resolve by itself at the time of birth. Hope it helps.
Question: Intra cardiac echogenic foci. 4mm in anomaly scan. Is this cause any problem to baby
Echogenic foci is usually seen as a bright spot on the ultrasound scan.It represents mineralisation of cardiac muscles.It usually leads to no health problems if the mother has no associated risk factors.However it could be an indication of congenital heart defects or downs syndrome for which your doctor may advise certain additional screen test to rule it out.