No. The only way to be absolutely certain of who the father is, is a paternity test. Most people still choose the standard blood test. DNA testing is 99.9% conclusive, but is more costly. Ultrasound only indicates the growth and health of the fetus. A calculated guess can be made on the "age" but definitely not the paternity.
If the radiologist is competant enough, ultrasound can be 99% accurate.
not enough field of view on transvaginal scan
they normally wait until 20 weeks, so I don't know how accurate it would be at 17 weeks. I would suggest getting another scan at 25 weeks if you get one at 17 weeks
Everyone's bodies metabolize alcohol at a different rate. It is not accurate enough to determine how long ago you had a drink, or how many drinks you had. It can only tell how much alcohol you currently have in your system.
Obviously, that depends on your standard of accuracy. The sextant is accurate enough to allow you to navigate from where you are to where you want to be. It may not be as accurate at GPS, but it is accurate enough for its intended purpose.
An ultrasound or an amniocentesis.They can usually tell what gender it is when they give you the ultrasound.Enough of the body has developed after 7 months or so that an ultrasound can pick it up and tell you.
It is long enough but it may not be accurate enough.
It can be one of two things either you are not far enough along for the baby to appear on ultrasound or you have miscarried, which in that case you would have been made aware of when they did the ultrasound.
Accurate enough to get the job done.
It depends on height, age, and body type. There is not enough information to give an accurate weight.It depends on height, age, and body type. There is not enough information to give an accurate weight.It depends on height, age, and body type. There is not enough information to give an accurate weight.It depends on height, age, and body type. There is not enough information to give an accurate weight.It depends on height, age, and body type. There is not enough information to give an accurate weight.It depends on height, age, and body type. There is not enough information to give an accurate weight.
The fetus usually develops a heartbeat at week 5 but it is not always strong enough to be detected through an ultrasound at this time yet.
you should be able to....I heard mine on ultrasound at 7 weeks, then at 9 weeks and again last week at 10 weeks! Maybe the person giving you the ultrasound was not experienced enough to do it!
Polygraph tests are not considered accurate enough for their results to be used in court as evidence.
Companies actually do shelf life studies. They score the quality of the product at different stages and use that information to determine best-by dates. Many products have been around long enough that the best-by dates are almost industry standards.
Depending on the date of the ultrasound the mare could still be pregnant under certain circumstances. 1) If the mare has many uterine cysts a pregancy could be mistaken for a cyst. 2) If the conceptus is not large enough to be observed at the time of the ultrasound. (ex. the ultrasound is done at what is thought to be day 12 post ovulation but the conceptus is only at day 10). 3) The mare double ovulated and only the younger conceptus, which has gone unobserved, continues to develop. Usually, the veterinarian determines if the mare has double ovulated during the course of each ultrasound. If the mare does not return to heat as expected after a negative ultrasound she should be rechecked for pregnancy and, if open, the veterinarian may be able to determine the rootcause for her failure to return to heat.
Yes, the markings on your 50 mL beaker would be accurate enough to use for precise meansurement of volumes. The markings on a 50 mL Erlenmeyer flask would also be accurate enough.
A metre stick is accurate enough to measure a metre or 100 centimetres.
Because guessing isn't accurate enough.
it just means that you are NT far enough along in the pregnancy yet for it to have to developed enough to be able to be seen don't worry it's ok!
No. The hormones are not enough to show if you a pregnant not. This is what the tests use to determine pregnancy. Takes, at the very least, 2 weeks but a full missed cycle is more accurate measure before testing.
That's not enough information to determine the area of that triangle. There are an infinite number of different right triangles, with different areas, that all have one side of 12.
The requirements to become an ultrasound tech may vary based on each state's requirements. For instance, in California, an Ultra Sound tech needs to have a high school diploma. Then, the person needs to complete accredited training in vocational school which offers ultrasound technician classes. Usually, this certification is enough to qualify an individual as an ultrasound tech,
It simply not accurate enough .
the question does not have enough information
There is not enough information here to give you an accurate answer.