Obstetrics and Gynecology

Center for Advanced Study, interdisciplinary fundamental and clinical and imaging correlation term parameters intrauterine development of their status neuro-psycho-motor during development to adulthood Imogen, part of the public health network and is a research health center unique in the country, multifunctional, interdisciplinary research that focuses equipment and the latest software tools and specialized personnel to develop appropriate areas / sub-areas of interest in contemporary research.

 

Among the activities of SCJU-CJ, the Center Imogen, include prenatal screening and invasive diagnosis of fetal congenital anomalies. In the context of medicine based on knowledge and experiment, with the central factor in improving maternal and child health, Center Imogen through all the work carried out, supporting sustainable development of society by promoting a favorable climate for research and innovation in the medical field by stimulating research and implementation in practice current medical results.

Obstetric Ultrasound

Ultrasound scan is a safe, non-invasive, accurate and cost-effective investigation of the fetus. It has progressively become an indispensible obstetric tool and plays an important role in the care of every pregnant woman.

 

Gynecological ultrasound

It is the examination by which ultrasounds show the organs of the female pelvis: the uterus, the ovaries, the fallopian tubes, as well as the bladder and Douglas retrouterine. This procedure may also provide additional information on other pelvic pathologies. Early fetal morphological ultrasound and second trimester.

Early fetal morphological ultrasound and second trimester

This investigation aims at examining fetal anatomy, early, in the first trimester and in the second trimester of pregnancy. The information obtained facilitates optimal prenatal care and best results for both the mother and the fetus.

 

 

Fetal echocardiography

This is a test used to diagnose cardiac conditions in the fetal stage.

3D / 4D Ultrasound

3D ultrasound is an obstetrical ultrasound examination by which three-dimensional fetal images are provided. Fetal 4D examination is similar to 3D, the only difference being that 4D ultrasound allows a three-dimensional image in real time.

Invasive diagnosis of fetal congenital anomalies - corial villous biopsy (CVS), amniocentesis

The biopsy of corial villities and amniocentesis are prenatal diagnostic methods used to detect chromosomal anomalies or genetic disorders of the fetus. CVS is usually performed between 11-13 weeks of pregnancy and amniocentesis between 15 and 19 weeks of pregnancy. The invasive diagnosis of fetal congenital anomalies – corial villous biopsy (CVS), amniocentesis

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