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Fetal biophysical profile

Fetal biophysical profile

Fetal biophysical profile: A fetal biophysical profile is a combination of tests to monitor overall fetal health, usually beginning at approximately 32 weeks gestation, and includes fetal heart rate, breathing, movement, muscle tone, and amniotic fluid volume; the latter four are monitored using ultrasonography (soundwaves) technology.

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Diseases Associated with Fetal biophysical profile

These diseases or medical conditions may be diagnosed by, screened for, or associated with Fetal biophysical profile:

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