Published in Women's Health Weekly, March 29th, 2012
"First proposed in 1985, the 4-chamber view is a component of the basic fetal cardiac examination. However, many life-threatening conditions (eg, transposition of the great arteries) can present with a normal 4-chamber view and may only be detected by systematic evaluation of the outflow tracts," wrote L.F. Goncalves and colleagues, Oakland University.
The researchers concluded:...
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