Targeted Imaging for Fetal Anomalies is the tiffa full form in pregnancy. Targeted imaging can provide ideal images of the unborn child, such as an amniotic fluidogram. This test will allow you to see if there are any abnormalities in utero and how they may present themselves down the line with potential complications for both mother or baby
A special type surveillance x-ray called a fetal anomaly scan would be used on pregnant women who have no other indication but still insist on getting this done at their own risk because it poses some level risks associated with radiation exposure during pregnancy unless monitored closely by doctors every hour while performing these procedures.
This type of x-ray is also used to determine the gestational age and growth development of the fetus. Medical ultrasound would be a better alternative as it would pose less radiation exposure risks since this particular test uses sound waves rather than ionizing radiation from x-rays. In fact, normal fetal anomaly scans are now being phased out by ultrasonography at many institutions.