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    Dr. Ashok Khurana is currently the Secretary of Society of Fetal Medicine. He has done his MBBS and MD in Radiodiagnosis from All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi.. He is trained in Ultrasound at The Herlev Hospital, Denmark. He was Professor in School of Health Sciences, Dubrovnik International University in Croatia. He is Chairman and Consultant in Reproductive Ultrasound at The Ultrasound Lab, New Delhi. He has been practicing ultrasound in New Delhi since 1980. Dr. Ashok Khurana published original work in ultrasound detection of endometrial cancer in international journals and published Doppler norms for Indian patients in leading Indian journals. He has authored two textbooks: “3D and 4D Ultrasound, A Text and Atlas” and “Step by Step Breast Ultrasound”.

Questions Answered by me

The apical lordotic view and the anteroposterior chest X-Ray views show the apical regions of the lung in a much better way than the conventional...

Answered on : 13 Jan 2006

The normal amniotic fluid index also known as amniotic volume index (AVI) is 12-14 cm. The reading of 18 indicates a mild increase. The causes of...

Answered on : 11 Jan 2006

Fullness of the calyces is usually transient and consequent to a full urinary bladder of the fetus. Occasionally, it can be a sign of obstruction...

Answered on : 04 Jan 2006

It is completely safe to have a chest X-Ray at 23 weeks of pregnancy provided an appropriate lead shield is used to cover the region of the...

Answered on : 03 Jan 2006

An irregular heart beat in the unborn baby is usually a transient finding that corrects itself either before birth, or shortly thereafter, and has...

Answered on : 28 Dec 2005

Spotting is not necessarily dangerous for the mother or embryo. Since the clinical and laboratory parameters are in the normal range, a wait and...

Answered on : 16 Dec 2005

The white spot in the heart refers to calcification of the papillary muscle. This is not an infrequent finding and is usually of no significance,...

Answered on : 15 Dec 2005

An enlarged uterus with mixed echogenecity implies either a fibroid, which is a non-cancerous tumour of the uterus, or an adenomyosis where the...

Answered on : 16 Nov 2005

Anyway, if correctly used, microwaves are not a radiation hazard.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA), USA, has regulated the manufacture...

Answered on : 15 Nov 2005

Endoscopic Ultrasound for the diagnosis of pancreatic tumours is available in Delhi at the Sir Ganga Ram Hospital in the gastroenterology...

Answered on : 10 Nov 2005
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