Pärnu mnt 48a ; Mon-Fri 09–20 & Sat. 12–16
The highly experienced family physicians (GPs), specialist doctors and nurses at Valvekliinik are ready to help you with both urgent ailments and chronic illnesses. The patient’s needs are always our starting point, and we do our best to find a solution for each health problem. Our doctors and nurses will help to determine the most likely reason behind the patient’s health problem, assess the risks, and if necessary, provide instructions for further treatment or tests.
The mission of Valvekliinik is to be available to everybody in need of medical care and offer patient-centered treatment at the very moment when it is needed the most.
During our 5 years of work, Valvekliinik has helped over 12,000 patients from more than 100 countries.
Our highly experienced doctors will help to determine the cause behind the patient’s health problem and provide instructions for further treatment or tests.
Valvekliinik – personalized care in the centre of Tallinn
The fetal anatomy screening is considered to be one of the most important pregnancy examinations.
The best time for the second-trimester ultrasound screening is between the 19th and 21st weeks of gestation. By that time all organs of the fetus have developed and the gynaecologist can perform a thorough examination to assess the fetal development and possible deviations.
In the Valvekliinik Gynaecology and Pregnancy Center, we perform the screening using a 3D/4D ultrasound machine, which allows us to be more precise when assessing the anatomic structures of the fetus and ensure the wellbeing of the fetus.
What exactly is examined during the fetal anatomy screening?
When the ultrasound examination is complete, the gynaecologist gives the parent(s) an overview of the status of the fetus. If the parent(s) wish, they can get a coloured picture of the fetus as a keepsake for this special moment.
You are welcome to fetal anatomy screening alone or with a companion.
*The price of the fetal anatomy screening is valid for one child, the price is doubled for twins.