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Question: Hi... Am 23 week pregnant . my fetal atrium of the lat ventricle is 6. 4mm... Is it normal

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Answer: hi dear! The average normal width for the atrium of the fetal lateral ventricle is approximately 0.76 cm(7.6mm), and most studies find that while brain size increases, ventricle width is stable during the second and third trimesters (9–13). so dont worry dear. its normal. take care.
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    Sowmya shree130 days ago

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