The Potential of Fetal MRI: Delivering Value Now and in the Future

UCSF pediatric radiology specialists address fetal MRI safety concerns and explain when to consider advanced imaging. Here’s current evidence to inform prognosis and interventional decisions for certain conditions, such as congenital diaphragmatic hernia (including a side-by-side comparison with ultrasound) and genitourinary anomalies. Offers referral information for the Fetal Treatment Center, which has almost 20 years of experience in fetal MRI.

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