Fetal magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) uses magnetic fields and radio waves, which are converted by a computer to three–dimensional images, to examine the unborn baby from different angles and identify any abnormality in the developing fetus. The procedure may include imaging of the placenta and the maternal pelvis. Fetal MRI helps to examine the structure of organs or other tissues of the unborn baby and identify any abnormality related to the child’s development during gestation. This code applies to each additional gestation after the first.
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