Carnegie South & Carnegie Hill
Highly qualified RDMS certified sonographers at Carnegie Imaging for Women perform extraordinarily precise ultrasound scans to help predict and diagnose any situation that might arise. Our patients benefit from early diagnosis and treatment of complex prenatal complications as well as routine gynecologic scanning right in our offices – with supervising physicians in attendance.
First Trimester Down Syndrome Screening
For more information refer to the links below:
- Carnegie Imaging’s Combined First & Second Trimester Screening Program
- Down Syndrome
- Maternal Screening for Birth Defects
- ACOG Practice Bulletin: New Guidelines for Down Syndrome Screening
Second Trimester Scans
Follow-Up Anatomy: This ultrasound is most often performed between 20 and 22 weeks. Your baby’s anatomy is re-evaluated for possible birth defects due to the fact that some features of your baby’s anatomy can be better visualized at this point. Likewise, parts of the baby are still developing. It is important to note that all birth defects cannot be identified while you are pregnant.
Biophysical Profiles (BPP)
Cervical Length Studies
Multiple Gestation Imaging
GYN Doppler Ultrasound
Chorionic Villous Sampling
Multifetal Pregnancy Reduction