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13-week ultrasound: discover the magic of ultrasound

What is a 13-week ultrasound?
The 13-week scan, also known as the NT (Nuchal Translucency) scan, is a medical ultrasound performed between the 11th and 14th weeks of pregnancy. During this scan, the nuchal translucency measurement is taken to screen for possible genetic abnormalities. In addition to this measurement, the sonographer assesses the basic structures and organs of the fetus, making it an important moment to gain insight into the early development of the baby. The 13-week scan provides screening and is not a definitive diagnosis.


What to expect during the 13-week ultrasound?
From careful measurements of the fetus size to the important nuchal translucency measurement as a screening tool for genetic abnormalities. After the scan, our sonographers discuss their findings with you and any follow-up steps if needed. They are also ready to answer any questions you may have.

Why a 13-week ultrasound at Uniek Geboortezorg?
Our sonographers provide detailed information about the pregnancy in a personal, caring manner so that you leave with valuable insights and a sense of trust. We believe in thorough preparation and detailed information to support you in the next phase of your pregnancy. We are ready to share this special moment with you.

More information about the 13 and 20 week ultrasound?
Visit the website www.pns.nl. There, you can find details about prenatal screenings and postnatal care.
Additionally, you can read the brochure specifically dedicated to the 13-week and 20-week ultrasound. If you’re interested in learning more about lifestyle, examinations, courses, and the role of a midwife, you’ll also find various brochures on this page covering a wide range of important topics.

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