Fetal Anomaly Scan
To track the foetus’ growth progress.
An anomaly test or scan is conducted in the second trimester of pregnancy predominantly to track the growth progress of the foetus.
During the scan, the sonographer (the person who performs the test) checks the overall growth of the baby’s organs and the formation of the body structure to ensure that the growth is normal.
Ultrasound level II
An anomaly scan is the detailed ultrasound scan, we can say it ultrasound level II. This scan is also known as morphology scan. As it is usually carried out when you're between 18 and 21 weeks pregnant it is called 20-week scan.
Check for physical abnormalities
It is also known as the mid-pregnancy anomaly scan because it facilitate us a closer look at the baby and the uterus (womb). It looks for some major physical abnormalities in the baby. It also looks about baby’s health, whether the baby is developing normally. It looks at the baby's bones, brain, heart, spinal cord, kidneys, face and abdomen.
All in one Fetal Anomaly Scan is a mid-pregnancy scan that takes a closer look at your baby and the uterus (womb). In this scan, we can see whether the baby is developing normally and will also check the position of your placenta, the umbilical cord, and amniotic fluid around the baby.