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16-week-old twin foetuses, ultrasound scans

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Ultrasound scans of 16-week-old twin foetuses. At this stage the foetuses measure around 11.5 centimetres in length. The bones are becoming harder and muscles are developing. Birth occurs at around 38-40 weeks. Ultrasound scanning uses the reflected echoes of high-frequency sound waves to image an unborn baby. This safe, non-invasive method is used routinely in pregnancy to assess the growth and health of the developing foetus, and detect any abnormalities.

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