Can we get BDS at 70 percentiles

Worry about fine diagnostics

Question:

Dear Professor Hackelöer,
after my husband and I went to a university clinic yesterday for detailed diagnostics (Degum3), I'm a little worried. The ultrasound took place at 23 + 0 and the following values ​​were obtained:

FOD 70.5 (24 percentiles)
KU 190.8 (7 percentile)
However, measured in Bel.

And now my concern:

The AU was 162.5mm (11th percentile)
Estimated weight 441g (3rd percentile)
The values ​​of the extremities were all around 32 to 57 percentiles.
Grannum grade 0

4 weeks ago the AU was 19 + 0 at 139mm.
The fetal and my Doppler values ​​were rated as normal. The gynecologist should only have a check-up in 5 to 6 weeks, due to the growth in the lower percentiles. There was no evidence of malformations or other abnormalities. The post-trance parence and nasal bone measurements up to 13 weeks were also completely normal.

How do you see the values?
Thank you for your time.

by Pulli on November 6th, 2018, 12:16 pm

 

Answer to:

Worry about fine diagnostics

Hello sweater,
if a DEGUM 3 examiner considered this to be normal and only in 5-6 weeks as requiring control, I would also accept this as such. I cannot judge this differently from a distance and without my own examination. The weight is with the 3rd percentile However, this is already low. Whether this is due to measurement technology or otherwise, only a second opinion by another examiner could clarify or you could agree that this will be checked in 2-3 weekends.
All the best
Prof. Hackelöer

by Prof. Dr. med. B.-Joachim Hackelöer on November 6th, 2018

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