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Catherine Limperopoulos, Ph.D., Center for Hospital-Based Specialties, says a recent study clearly demonstrates the added diagnostic benefit of performing magnetic resonance imaging in utero when ultrasound hints at possible fetal brain abnormalities.
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Also appeared in MD Alert.
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The Children’s National Health System Fetal Medicine Institute and Division of Pediatric Infectious Disease today announce the formation of a Congenital Zika Virus Program to serve as a dedicated resource for referring clinicians and for pregnant women to receive counseling and science-driven answers about the impact of the Zika virus on their pregnancies.
Our researchers develop leading-edge, noninvasive imaging techniques to assess abnormal fetal development, guiding care for women with high-risk pregnancies.