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Question: What is tiffa scanning ? What purpose this scan will done?

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Answer: A TIFFA scan is one of the important scans conducted during 18-23 weeks of pregnancy. It is important because it detects any congenital abnormalities in the growing fetus. It examines both the internal and external anatomy of the fetus. It helps detect any major effects as well as smaller chromosomal abnormalities and any genetic syndrome. The scan is to be conducted on all pregnant women even though they may be in the low-risk category.
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