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Normal brain (sagittal scan) Imaging of the normal brain (axial scan) Fetal brain (coronal scan) Cerebellum The fetal heart. Five chamber view Severe heart defect. Hypoplastic left heart Normal brain (3D) Midline defect of the brain (3D) The fetal leg The fetal foot Male genitalia Myoma of the uterus Shortening of the cervix Insertion anomaly of the umbilical cord Placenta previa Vasa previa The fetal profile
(DEGUM II/III ultrasound scan) in the 20th-22nd week of pregnancy (Organ diagnosis, anomaly diagnosis)

In an advanced, high-resolution ultrasound scan which is usually advisable between the 20th and 22nd week of pregnancy, a wide range of fetal developmental anomalies and organ malformation can be diagnosed, some of which are not recognizable in the early stages of pregnancy.

Prenatal diagnosis of congenital anomalies is often very significant for the further course of the pregnancy, birth and the neonatal phase (see below: options, limits and the consequences of prenatal diagnosis). This is particularly true for heart defects (see fetal echocardiography).

In the course of this high-resolution ultrasound scan, the uterus, placenta and amount of amniotic fluid are also assessed. Furthermore, Doppler sonography, fetal echocardiography and – if possible – 3D ultrasound are conducted (as far as the examination conditions permit).

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Pränatalzentrum Stuttgart
Prof. Dr. med. Gunther Mielke &
Dr. Stephan Bosselmann
Richard-Wagner-Straße 11
70184 Stuttgart
phone +49 711 – 782 79 93
fax +49 711 – 782 79 94


+49 711 782 79 93

Monday – Thursday
8:00 am – 6:00 pm
8:00 am – 5:00 pm