Detection of major anomalies during the first and early second trimester: Single-center results of six years

ARSLAN E., BÜYÜKKURT S., SUCU M., Ozsurmeli M., Misirlioglu S., DEMİR S. C., ...More

JOURNAL OF THE TURKISH-GERMAN GYNECOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION, vol.19, no.3, pp.142-145, 2018 (ESCI) identifier identifier identifier


Objective: Fetal structural malformations affect approximately 2-3% of all pregnancies. Only focusing on trisomy screening in first trimester and deferring the anatomic screening to second trimester may result with late detection of major anomalies that can be diagnosed earlier with careful examination.