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Question: what is the diff in nt scan and dual marker
Answer: NT scan is a nuchal translucency scan in which the fluid present at the back of baby is measured.
enter value should be below 3 mm as with the increase in the empty value there is an increase risk of chromosomal abnormality in babies
Double marker test in the blood test in which two markers are measured that is beta HCG and PAPP A are measured. Changes in the values tells you the risk of having chromosomal abnormality like down syndrome trisomy 18 21 in the baby.
Question: Nt scan and level 1 are same or different ?
Answer: Congratulations on your pregnancy and all the best for your motherhood.
A level scan or basic scan does not need to make a specific diagnosis but should be able to tell when something is wrong.
An NT scan is the nuchal translucency scan (also called the NT scan) uses ultrasound to assess your developing baby's risk of having Down syndrome (DS) and some other chromosomal abnormalities, as well as major congenital heart problems.
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Question: Is Nt scan abdominal sonography or varginal plz advice
Answer: Hello ! Nt is a abdominal scan . A nuchal scan or nuchal translucency (NT)scan/procedure and Nasal Bone(NB) scan is very first scan to detect cardiovascular abnormalities in a fetus. they also look for the thickness of the nuchal fold and whether the baby has a nasal bone yet. An overly thick nuchal fold and/or absence of the nasal bone can be markers for Down syndrome. If any issue found in the report then doctor will ask for another level scans like Double marker tests.