What Is the Difference Between 2D Ultrasound and 3D/4D Ultrasounds?

    3D and 4D scans are becoming increasingly used to detect fetal abnormalities

    2D fetal structural scans are adequate enough to assess fetal morphology. The role of 3D/4D scans has been used in many cases for the enjoyment of the family, as more detailed structures of the baby’s features can be seen. 3D/4D scans are becoming increasingly used to detect fetal abnormalities and to better assess the extent of how the abnormality is affecting the baby.

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