Called nuchal translucency, the measurement tends to be larger in fetuses with genetic abnormalities such as Down syndrome, trisomy 13, trisomy 18, Turner syndrome, and triploidy.
With their resinous to adamantine lustre and their translucency they also present somewhat the appearance of horn; hence the name hornsilver.
It has a firm gelatinous consistence and wax-like lustre, and, microscopically, is found to be homogeneous and structureless, with a translucency like that of ground-glass.
transmittance channel of the atmosphere's color is used to specify a minimum translucency.
Possessing qualities of intense whiteness, translucency and strength, make it very seductive material to work with.
Between 10 and 14 weeks of pregnancy, physicians may use an ultrasound to look for a thickness at the nuchal translucency, a pocket of fluid in back of the embryo's neck, which may indicate a cardiac defect in 55 percent of cases.
On the positive side, food color is inexpensive, easy to acquire, and won't change the translucency of the soap.
Sound waves will be recorded to measure the fluid beneath the skin at the back of the baby's neck, this is called nuchal translucency.
Intrauterine lethality of trisomy 21 fetuses with increased nuchal translucency thickness.
The transmittance channel of the atmosphere 's color is used to specify a minimum translucency.
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