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2013-01-07
Name: Prishant Are there any different types of ultrasound scans available these days?how do each one differ?
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2013-01-08
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Name: Parag
Subject:  Type of scans
I know there are 2 types of ultrasound scans: 2D and 3D. 2D scans are commonly done as in pregnancy cases. there is also a 4 D scan which is more advanced. It can help to study the baby' s activity also.
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2013-01-08
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Name: Riddhi
Subject:  ultrasound scans in pregnancy
I do not know of different types of ultrasounds. I remember going in for scans during my pregnancy. they were normal scans which required a full bladder. Ultrasound scans use high frequency sound waves and hence are non invasive.
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