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Question: In anomaly scan an echogenic intracardiac focus is seen in my baby . Is it normal?
Answer: Hi! Fetal Echocardiogenic Foci are common findings and are commonly seen inside heart chambers during routine fetal heart scanning, the left ventricle is most frequent location, Although they probably represent a normal variant of papilary muscle development, they should be monitered as a possible risk of congenital heart defect. Hope this helps!
Question: Hi,today i went for anomaly scan and in the result they told that baby have Echogenic IntraCardiac Focus...is it any serious?
Answer: Hello.. EICF is not at all any serious problem for foetus and after delivery . In Indian culture it is normal and disappear at time of delivery. So forget about this and concentrate on your Heath. Good luck!
Question: echogenic intracardiac focus is common in baby ??
Answer: An echogenic focus in a a fetus's heart is very common Usually it resolves on its own Its basically a small deposit of calcium in the babies heart that is usually reabsorbed by the third trimester. Please correlate your findings with NT scan double marker screen test If its the isolated findings usually its nothing to be worried about Repeat the scan to see the status