With CHD often discovered in low-risk pregnancies and associated with neurodevelopmental deficits, the need for more screening and advanced techniques is clear. In this two-part video, specialists from the UCSF Fetal Treatment Center show the potential for improved outcomes with early detection, provide indications for screening, explain how CHD impacts brain development, and explore in utero therapeutic options.
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Director, Fetal Cardiovascular Program, San Francisco
Dr. Anita Moon-Grady is the director of the UCSF Fetal Cardiovascular Program. With training in both pediatric cardiology and neonatal/perinatal medicine, she specializes in pediatric and fetal echocardiography (imaging the heart with ...
Pediatric cardiologist, Co-director, Healthy Hearts and Minds Program, San Francisco
Dr. Shabnam Peyvandi is a pediatric cardiologist with expertise in the prenatal diagnosis and management of congenital heart disease. Peyvandi founded and co-directs the Healthy Hearts and Minds Program, a specialty program within the ...