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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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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
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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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D forward to. Even though some pregnant women were described asD forward to. Even though some pregnant women were described as `poor attenders' in antenatalEdvardsson et al. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth (2015) 15:Page 6 ofcare, the midwives claimed that very few would miss out on an obstetric ultrasound examination. `Most of them look forward to it, they see it as the time that they first co
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Anding of ultrasound was better today than some years ago, othersAnding of ultrasound was better today than some years ago, others thought that expectant parents in general were not fully aware of the purpose and the potential outcomes of routine obstetric ultrasound, nor the limitations of the procedure. They also thought that the information provided about the examination was insufficient.