Title: Fetal Heart Calcification: Causes, Diagnosis, and Implications

Sudha Ramasamy

Fetal heart calcification (FHC) is a rare and potentially serious condition characterized by the abnormal deposition of calcium within the developing heart of a fetus. This phenomenon has garnered increasing attention due to its association with significant health implications for both the fetus and its long-term outcomes. This abstract provides an overview of the causes, diagnostic methods, and potential implications of fetal heart calcification.