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Fetal Medicine In Thane

At Borneo Mother & Child Care Hospital in Thane, we understand that pregnancy can be both an exciting and challenging time. Our compassionate team is here to provide support, answer your questions, and guide you through every step of your pregnancy journey. We prioritize clear communication, ensuring that you are well-informed and confident in the care you receive.

We are dedicated to providing exceptional care for both expectant mothers and their unborn babies. Our Fetal Medicine Department is at the forefront of medical advancements, ensuring the health and well-being of tomorrow's generations. As the top fetal medicine hospital in Thane, our expertise and comprehensive care set us apart.


Our team of highly skilled and experienced fetal medicine specialists in Thane is committed to delivering the highest standard of care. Our multidisciplinary approach combines the latest technologies with compassionate expertise, addressing a wide range of fetal conditions and maternal health concerns.


Our state-of-the-art diagnostic services empower parents with the knowledge they need for a healthy pregnancy. From advanced ultrasound imaging to genetic testing, we offer a comprehensive range of diagnostic tools to assess and monitor the development of your baby, ensuring peace of mind throughout your pregnancy journey.

In addition to being a top fetal medicine hospital in Thane, we also pride ourselves on being a trusted resource for expectant parents seeking fetal medicine specialists in Thane. Our dedication to excellence and our commitment to providing the highest quality care make us the premier choice for fetal medicine services in the region.

Services We Offer


  • Anomaly Scan
  • Colour Doppler
  • 3D / 4D Scanning
  • Twins / Triplets


  • NIPT
  • Dual / Quadruple Marker
  • Genetic Counsellor
  • Down's Syndrome Screening
  • Fetal 2D Echo
  • 3D / 4D STIC Evaluation Of Fetal Heart
  • 3D / 4D STIC Evaluation Of Fetal Heart


  • NIPT
  • Amniocentesis
  • Chorionic Villus Sampling (CVS)
  • Expert Opinion for High Risk Pregnancy & Recurrent Pregnancy loss

What Does Fetal Medicine Involve?

In addition to patient and family counseling regarding the fetal condition, there are different aspects of fetal medicine which include non-invasive/ invasive screening and diagnostic studies:

Non-Invasive Testing

Ultrasonography -grayscale/ 2D/ 3D/ 4D with Colour Doppler is the most common and often first test used for prenatal diagnosis. This test creates an image of the fetus in the mother’s womb. During a fetal ultrasound, various parts of the baby such as the heart, head, and spine are identified and measured. The testing may be performed either through the mother’s abdomen (transabdominal) or vaginal canal (transvaginal). Fetal ultrasound provides a safe way to evaluate the health of an unborn baby. There are several types of fetal ultrasounds, each with specific advantages in certain situations. A Colour Doppler ultrasound, for example, helps to study the movement of blood through the umbilical cord between the fetus and placenta. A 3-D scan provides a life-like image of an unborn baby.

Other Tests Include

Fetal heart evaluation by echocardiography

A Blood test – of the mother is done at different timings during pregnancy to evaluate the growing fetal characteristics and assess several serious fetal afflictions including chromosomal fetal abnormalities like Downs Syndrome.

At 10 – 13 weeks: Dual test

At 16 – 20 weeks: Quadruple

NIPT (Non-invasive Prenatal testing) of cell-free Fetal DNA in the mother’s blood

Invasive Testing

These tests require a form of surgical intervention, ranging from the insertion of a fine needle into the uterus under ultrasound guidance, to more invasive procedures such as foetoscopy. The most common invasive tests are:

Amniocentesis – taking about 20 ml fluid from the sac around the baby and sending the fetal cells/ fluid for analysis.

Chorionic villus sampling – taking a little placental tissue and sending the placental cell fluid for genetic analysis. Umbilical cord sampling – Also known as cordocentesis.

Can Fetal Disorders Be Treated Before Birth?

Fetal treatment or fetal therapy includes a series of interventions performed on the ‘sick’ fetus with the aim of achieving fetal well-being. These interventions include medical (i.e. non-invasive) and surgical procedures which can treat or mitigate several disorders. There are, however, some disorders which cannot be treated and in which case doctors can help families prepare for the care of such a child or plan for a termination.

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