What Is a CRL in Pregnancy?


Crown-rump length in pregnancy (CRL) is the measurement of the length of a human foetus. It measures the length of the foetus from the top of the crown (head) to the rump (buttocks). It is determined from ultrasound imagery and is used to approximate gestational age.
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Crown-rump length (CRL) is the measurement of the length of human f...
mesuremen they use in early PG to determine gestaional age, crown to rump. later they mesure head belly and femur leg to check growth.
Ultrasound scans are very accurate usually only out by a few days either way but never as much as a month. I don't think you have anything to worry about and your baby is your fiancee's
My baby girl measured a week ahead as well (I was positive on conception date since she was planned) Babies come in all shapes and sizes which is why some babies are born 6lbs and
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