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Gestational sac

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Ultrasound Video showing a Gestational sac in the uterus without a fetal pole in it.

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Ultrasound Video showing Gestational sac in the uterus without any fetal pole or POC in it.

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At 9 weeks, I was diagnosed with an empty gestational sac. Could the diagnosis be wrong?

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What is the significance of gestational sac size during pregnancy? - Dr. Sunita Pawar Shekokar

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9 weeks of pregnancy: gestational sac and embryo - 3D scan

The gestational sac is the large cavity of fluid surrounding the embryo. During early embryogenesis it consists of the extraembryonic coelom, also called the chorionic cavity. The gestational sac is normally contained within the uterus. It is the only available structure that can be used to determine if an intrauterine pregnancy exists until the embryo is identified.
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    • Structure 

    • Clinical significance