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Cavum Septi Pellucidi and Vergae
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An_252299 posted:
I am 33 weeks pregnant and had a scan yesterday that shows an enlarged Cavum Septi Pellucidi and Vergae. Previous scans have shown no abnormalities and other than this new finding everything else is healthy and on track and of no concern to doctors or midwife. I am after as much information as possible.

What does this mean for my baby? Will it be born with neuro problems? Should I be worried? Do I need to do anything before birth for further investigation?

I have been told not to worry about this and the baby will be referred to paeds after birth for follow up.
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