20 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I had radiological ultrasound..in that my baby has ecogenic intracardic left ventrical

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Answer: You missed the word foci here I suppose, correct me if I am missing out something here. Because Ecogenic is the technique used to identify and left ventricle is a normal and mandatory finding on your USG. Echogenic foci are normal during second-trimester findings these are small calcium deposits caused by heart muscles. These usually resolve by the age of 4years. If you have heart problems in your family then there are 20% chances that this can be indicative of. If at all your NT/NB scan detected some abnormality or if your doctor advised you to go for a detailed examination at 14th week, then you must consult your gynaecologist. With normal pregnancy and no abnormality, the echogenic foci are a common finding. Do not worry. Hope it helps! Take care.
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