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3D Ultrasound in Hyderabad

Ultrasound Tiffa Scan at Affordable Price in Hyderabad

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The TIFFA Anatomy Assessment (Targeted Imaging for Fetal Anomalies) scan is an advanced ultrasound examination specifically designed to assess the structure and development of a growing fetus during pregnancy. This specialized scan is usually performed between 18 to 22 weeks of gestation and aims to detect any potential anomalies or irregularities in the baby's anatomy, including the brain, spine, heart, abdominal wall, and limbs. The TIFFA scan helps expectant parents and healthcare providers understand and prepare for any developmental concerns or potential health issues in the unborn baby. It's a non-invasive, safe procedure that provides valuable insights into the baby's well-being and development, offering reassurance and necessary information for appropriate medical management if needed.

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Some of the most important information that a TIFFA scan can provide
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    Anatomy Assessment: The scan provides a detailed evaluation of the fetus's anatomy, checking vital structures such as the brain, spine, heart, abdominal wall, and limbs—this helps in early detection of any potential anomalies or irregularities.

  • 2

    Detecting Fetal Anomalies: It aids in detecting any potential abnormalities or developmental issues in the unborn baby, allowing for timely medical interventions or preparations.

  • 3

    Confirming Fetal Growth and Well-Being: The TIFFA scan helps in assessing the growth and well-being of the fetus, ensuring it is developing as expected for that stage of pregnancy.

  • 4

    Understanding Pregnancy Progress: It provides valuable insights into the progression of the pregnancy, allowing healthcare providers to assess and monitor the development of the fetus.

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    Reassurance and Preparation: By offering a comprehensive view of the fetus's health, it provides reassurance to the expecting parents and enables them to prepare for any necessary medical care or interventions if anomalies are detected.

Specific Instructions For TIFFA scan:

Preparing for a TIFFA scan is generally straightforward. You may be asked to arrive for your appointment with a full bladder, as this can help to obtain clearer images of the fetus. Drinking 2-3 glasses of water approximately an hour before your scan should be sufficient. However, if the scan causes discomfort, do inform the sonographer.

Before the ultrasound, you should inform the radiologist if you have any allergies, particularly to latex, as the probe may be covered with a latex sheath. If you are on any medication or have an existing health condition, such as diabetes, these should also be discussed with the healthcare team.

Frequently Asked Questions

Tiffa scan, which stands for "Targeted Imaging for Fetal Anomalies, " is typically performed between the 18th and 22nd week of pregnancy.

During a Tiffa scan, an ultrasound is used to examine the fetus to check for any potential abnormalities in its anatomy and development. This detailed ultrasound is non-invasive and painless.

Tiffa scan, or Targeted Imaging for Fetal Anomalies, is a specialized ultrasound that examines the fetus for any structural anomalies or abnormalities in its development.

It's generally advisable to have a light meal before the Tiffa scan. However, specific instructions may be provided by the healthcare provider or the imaging center conducting the scan.

Anomaly scan and Tiffa scan generally refer to the same ultrasound procedure. Both aim to detect any potential anomalies or abnormalities in the fetus during pregnancy.

Reading a Tiffa scan report requires medical expertise. Generally, it will detail the fetal development and identify any anomalies or abnormalities detected during the scan. A doctor or radiologist can interpret and explain the findings.

Similar to the Tiffa scan report, the anomaly scan report will detail the development of the fetus and note any anomalies or abnormalities found. It's typically interpreted and explained by a medical professional.

The Tiffa scan is usually conducted between the 18th and 22nd week of pregnancy, typically in the fifth month.

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