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Periumbilical blood sampling

Periumbilical blood sampling

Periumbilical blood sampling: Periumbilical blood sampling is the aspiration of fetal blood from the umbilical cord, using ultrasound technology to direct needle aspiration through the maternal abdominal wall; the blood cells are analyzed for chromosome abnormalities, hereditary disorders, and anemia, to name a few. This procedure can cause fetal complications.

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Symptoms Associated with Periumbilical blood sampling

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