In Manchester, sonographer Laura Bates reviewed Mary Sizemore's ultrasound through a specially designed system created for the University of Kentucky's Blue Angels program. It allows high-risk mothers-to-be in rural areas to have their sonograms read by a UK fetal specialist.
In Manchester, sonographer Laura Bates reviewed Mary Sizemore's ultrasound through a specially designed system created for the University of Kentucky's Blue Angels program. It allows high-risk mothers-to-be in rural areas to have their sonograms read by a UK fetal specialist. Herald-Leader
In Manchester, sonographer Laura Bates reviewed Mary Sizemore's ultrasound through a specially designed system created for the University of Kentucky's Blue Angels program. It allows high-risk mothers-to-be in rural areas to have their sonograms read by a UK fetal specialist. Herald-Leader

At-risk moms get special care from UK doctors via remote ultrasound program

August 08, 2015 05:24 PM

UPDATED November 12, 2015 11:33 PM

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