Stephen Bly, PhD, Ottawa, ON
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No. 192, April 2007
This policy statement has been reviewed by the Clinical Practice Obstetrics Committee and approved by the Executive of the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada.
This Policy Statement was peer reviewed by the SOGC’s Diagnostic Imaging Committee and/or principal author(s) in January 2016. Please note, that the statement “In summary, SOGC recommends that fetal genitalia be examined as a part of the routine second trimester obstetric ultrasound and that this examination not be prolonged or repeated if no abnormalities are seen but sex determination is inconclusive” was written in alignment with the SOGC guideline Content of a Complete Obstetrical Ultrasound Report (No. 103, May 2001). In the updated version of the 2001 guideline entitled: Content of a Complete Routine Second Trimester Obstetrical Ultrasound Examination and Report (No. 192, April 2007), it states that “An attempt should be made to assess the fetal genitalia.” Otherwise the Policy Statement has been reaffirmed for continued use until further notice.
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