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Fetal medicine

Caring for the newborn starts from the gestation period and fetal medicine relates to the diagnosis of fetal problems in utero. It has been estimated that about 6-7% of the children in India are born with birth defects, which translates to around 1.7 million birth defects annually*.

Fetal medicine has emerged as a medical specialty to help the unborn to come out as a healthy baby. Fetal medicine is a branch of medicine that focuses on the health concerns fetus during pregnancy. Our diagnostic techniques examine the development of the baby inside the uterus and identify birth defects.

Our diagnostic techniques examine the development of the baby inside the uterus to identify birth defects. *https://www.nhp.gov.in/disease/gynaecology-and-obstetrics/congenital-anomalies-birth-defects#

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