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How big is your baby at 8 weeks?

Most pregnancy apps will make you aware of the size comparison of your baby against a fruit/. But what does it actually look like at 8 weeks?

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Clinic Video Tour

We offer diagnostic pregnancy scans in London. Our City clinic has the most advanced ultrasound equipment and over 30 years of experience.

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Spina Bifida

Spina Bifida is an anomaly cliassified as nueral tube defect. At City Ultrasound we screen for Spina Bifida from 10 weeks.

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Fred Ushakov – Teaching

Dr Fred Ushakov has combined his passion for fetal medicine ultrasound and teaching when he founded the London School of Ultrasound.

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Happy Easter From City Ultrasound!

City Ultrasound London would like to wish Happy Easter to all of our petients! City Ultrasound is a top provider of baby ultrasound scans.

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Cerebellum

The fetal brain is an important structure, the Cerebellum is known as ‘little brain’. Our pregnancy baby scans screen for brain anomalies.

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Umbilical Cord

The Umbilical Cord is an important structure we in the early life of your baby. We examine the Umbilical Cord in our pregnancy scans >12weeks

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We Are Moving!

We are excited to announce: Pregnancy Care Centre is moving to Spitalfields. Our clicnic is equipped with the latest ultrasound equipment.

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Amniotic Sac

The amniotic sac consists of 2 membranes in pregnancy. In today’s ultrasound scan video you can see the amniotic sac and the baby inside it.

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Transvaginal Scan

Trasnvaginal scan: what is it and when do we use it? TVS is the most effective way to scan your baby using ultrasound in the first trimester.