Nuchal Scan - Indication


All women, whatever their age, have a small risk of delivering a baby with a physical or intellectual disability. The nuchal scan helps physicians estimate the risk of the fetus having Down's syndrome or other abnormalities more accurately than by maternal age alone.

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Indication can refer to:

  • A synonym for Sign.
  • Human interface Highlighting the single object pointed to as a cursor is moved, without any other user action such as clicking, is indication.
  • Indication (medicine). A valid reason to use a certain test, medication, procedure, or surgery.
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