Nuchal translucency test Coloured ultrasound scan of the head and neck of a week foetus taken during a nuchal fold translucency test for Downs syndrome The nuchal fold pink is a collection of fluid between two layers of skin at the back of the foetus neck It is present in all foetuses but is more pronounced and opaque in those at a higher risk of Downs syndrome This foetus has a narrow and clear nuchal fold indicating that it has a low risk This diagnosis is further confirmed by the normal profile of the face and presence of a nasal bone An ultrasound scan is a noninvasive procedure that poses no risk to the foetus If it is found the foetus is at a higher risk of Downs syndrome further invasive tests can be taken to confirm the diagnosis
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