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Eally. I see it quite often...' (FGD 3) `I see the valueEally. I see it quite often...' (FGD 3) `I see the value in it but I also see the stress it can cause when you get a result that it's like one in 150 or one in 200 chance of an abnormality.' (FGD 6) Another example of a complex dilemma resulting from imaging possibilities in combination with medical advances was selective abortion in mu
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Ultrasound. This included' seeing the baby', finding out the sex, gettingUltrasound. This included' seeing the baby', finding out the sex, getting pictures and also bringing other family members along to the examination to share the special moment of `seeing the baby' for the first time. Some participants suggested that expectant parents sometimes viewed obstetric ultrasound as `entertainmen
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Ne ultrasound (i.e., seeing the sex), compared with those fromNe ultrasound (i.e., seeing the sex), compared with those from higher socioeconomic groups who were considered to be more capable of searching out information.Reducing societal tolerance for disability?A fully informed choice?One of the implications of routine ultrasound being normalised as part of standard maternity care, was sai
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Ne ultrasound (i.e., seeing the sex), compared with those fromNe ultrasound (i.e., seeing the sex), compared with those from higher socioeconomic groups who were considered to be more capable of searching out information.Reducing societal tolerance for disability?A fully informed choice?One of the implications of routine ultrasound being normalised as part of standard maternity care, was sai
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Ing probability figures regarding abnormalities was also described as creating concernII.Ing probability figures regarding abnormalities was also described as creating concernII. Viewing ultrasound as a normalised and unquestioned examination A standard component with diverse meaningsThe participants talked in different ways about how ultrasound has come to be accepted as a norm in maternity
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Ing probability figures regarding abnormalities was also described as creating concernII.Ing probability figures regarding abnormalities was also described as creating concernII. Viewing ultrasound as a normalised and unquestioned examination A standard component with diverse meaningsThe participants talked in different ways about how ultrasound has come to be accepted as a norm in maternity
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Eally. I see it quite often...' (FGD 3) `I see the valueEally. I see it quite often...' (FGD 3) `I see the value in it but I also see the stress it can cause when you get a result that it's like one in 150 or one in 200 chance of an abnormality.' (FGD 6) Another example of a complex dilemma resulting from imaging possibilities in combination with medical advances was selective abortion in mu
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Eally. I see it quite often...' (FGD 3) `I see the valueEally. I see it quite often...' (FGD 3) `I see the value in it but I also see the stress it can cause when you get a result that it's like one in 150 or one in 200 chance of an abnormality.' (FGD 6) Another example of a complex dilemma resulting from imaging possibilities in combination with medical advances was selective abortion in mu