What are ultrasound measurements?

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Ultrasound measurements estimate whether the fetus lengths fall outside the normal range. Ultrasound measurements usually reflect the gestational age of the fetus and many different ultrasounds measurements can be undertaken during pregnancy including the crown rump length, biparietal diameter, femur length and head circumference.
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