Dr E Peter Anzaldo, MD
ObGyn & Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialist located in Orange, CA
Dr E Peter Anzaldo is highly specialized in obstetric ultrasounds using his in-office state-of-the-art diagnostic technology. Dr E Peter Anzaldo is often consulted for second opinions from his peers across Orange County for his detailed assessment of fetal anatomy and growth, biophysical testing, and management of twin and other complicated pregnancies. Along with his compassionate and professional experience, Dr E Peter Anzaldo offers a wide range of ultrasound services – including color, pulsed Doppler, and 3D/4D imaging. With this technology and expert eye, Dr E Peter Anzaldo is equipped to skillfully evaluate a fetus at every stage of development. Dr E Peter Anzaldo is known in Orange County as a maternal-fetal medicine specialist (high-risk pregnancy). Along with his expertise and ultrasound technology, he collaborates with the neonatologists, cardiologists, geneticists and pediatric surgeons to provide comprehensive assessment and treatment of fetal disease.
What is an ultrasound?
High frequency sound waves are used to create an image of the internal organs of the fetus. During a pregnancy, there may be screening ultrasounds performed to monitor normal fetal growth and verify the due date. Due dates are most accurately determined from the results of ultrasounds performed the first 14 weeks.
What information can an ulatrasound provide?
Ultrasound can be used to evaluate the formation of fetal organs; blood flow in the fetal and placental veins and arteries; fetal heart structure and function (fetal echocardiography); and whether the baby is growing at a normal rate.
What is a Doppler ultrasound?
A Doppler ultrasound allows the Dr E Peter Anzaldo to evaluate blood flow within the baby’s arteries, veins, and organs.
What is a 3D/4D Ultrasound?
The 3D/4D ultrasound can produce images as detailed as a photograph.It is sometimes used to evaluate the fetal organs for a specific fetal abnormality.
What are the risks and benefits of ultrasound?
1Radiation is not used in ultrasounds and has no known risks. There may be mild discomfort due to pressure on the stomach or in the vagina.
*Individual results may vary