Crown Rump Length Chart: Fetal Ultrasound Measurements

The fetal crown rump length (CRL) is the measurement between the top of the head to the area above where the legs begin. ... read more »

How Many Weeks Pregnant Am I?

Want to know the age-old question "how many weeks pregnant am I?" Learn some simple rules of thumb to determine it. ... read more »

Determination of the Gestational Age During Pregnancy

Doctors use various methods to determine gestational age of a pregnancy.The most common test is the ultrasound, which measures the size of the gestational sac and the length between crown and rump. ... read more »

The First 12 Weeks of Human Development

During the first trimester of pregnancy, major changes take place in fetal development. Read about the first 12 weeks of human development, week by week, and see what happens to your baby! ... read more »

Pregnancy Landmarks - When Can We Identify Them?

As pregnancy progresses you can make the pregnancy diagnoses seeing several landmarks where you would normally expect to see the pregnancy development. ... read more »

Maternal Biomarkers and Early Fetal Size

Researchers from Erasmus Medical Center in the Netherlands recently published a study on the impact of fetal biomarkers on first trimester fetal size. ... read more »

Periconception Maternal Characteristics and Fetal Growth

At the University Medical Centre in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, researchers found a connection between periconception maternal characteristics and fetal growth as measured in crown rump length (CRL). ... read more »