Table 1: The ultrasonographic diagnosis and their percentage of the patients and their distribution according to age (>35 and ≤35 years).

Ultrasonography (USG)
Age (years)
≤35>35Total

Normal pregnancy813 (67.1%) 62 (73.8%) 875 (67.5%)
Second USG control patients213 (17.6%) 13 (15.5%) 226 (17.5%)
 Normal pregnancy after USG control171 (14.1%) 9 (10.7%) 180 (13.8%)
 Anembryonic pregnancy after USG control42 (3.5%) 4 (4.8%) 46 (3.5%)
Anembryonic pregnancy 44 (3.6%) 1 (1.2%) 45 (3.5%)
Intrauterine ex-fetus50 (4.1%) 4 (4.8%) 54 (4.2%)
Subchorionic hematoma21 (1.7%) 21 (1.6%)
Impaired gestational sac36 (3.0%) 1 (1.2%) 37 (2.9%)
Uterine anomaly3 (0.2%) 1 (1.2%) 4 (0.3%)
Ectopic pregnancy8 (0.7%) 8 (0.6%)
Multiple pregnancy12 (1.0%) 12 (0.9%)
Fibroid3 (0.2%) 1 (1.2%) 4 (0.3%)
Ovarian cysts8 (0.7%) 1 (1.2%) 9 (0.7%)

Total1211 (100%) 84 (100%) 1295 (100%)