At 21 weeks, an isolated bony strong echogenicity is detected below the sacrococcygeal in the third week with a shaped dark area between the two.Is this serious? Non-invasive low risk done at 16 weeks
The report does not say whether the strong echogenicity and the fluid area together form a mass or whether it is protruding outward toward the skin, but it may just be that such strong echogenicity and fluid area structures are visible, and they are not large, only about three millimeters, and the fetus is only 21 weeks, so it does not seem to be a big problem at the moment.
It is recommended to review in two weeks, if it disappears, there is no problem. If it persists or has a tendency to grow, please consult the prenatal diagnosis clinic and listen to the guidance of a professional teacher to see if there is a need to do an MRI to discharge problems such as invisible closed spina bifida.
Hello, your ultrasound shows that the child has an infinite strong echogenicity in the sacrococcygeal area, and there is a liquid dark area, often considered to be caused by neural tube abnormality, non-invasive done is a low risk, at present it is recommended or should be done in the amniotic fluid diagnosis, because non-invasive dna is only a screening, not yet considered to confirm the diagnosis.