What is it?
It is an ultrasound scan performed at around the 14th – 16th week using high-quality ultrasound equipment, in order to perform an initial complete foetal morphology study. Under optimum conditions, this technique can allow the observance of many structural abnormalities that have developed by this time.
A pre-morphological ultrasound study is recommended above all in pregnancies at risk of certain malformations (especially of the heart) or pregnancies defined as being at risk following a combined test, but with a normal karyotype.
How to make an appointment
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Find out more
SISMeR provides its patients with useful information on topics related to infertility and Medically-Assisted Procreation techniques. For this, it has published a series of booklets that are given to patients when they visit their SISMeR Centre.