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    Feb 1, 2013, 06:49 AM
    Baby scan qn
    Had 36 + week scan doc just noticed mild dilation of the lateral ventricles they don't seem too concerned but are sending me for a detailed u\s what is the worst case scenario other than that baby boy very healthy hb 140 per min and weighs 6 pounds I'm really scared and just want to no will my baby survive ?

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