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Shannon and Andy Perdue were excited parents-to-be when fetal imaging during Shannon's pregnancy had them worried about everything that might go wrong. Doctors sent Shannon to high-risk pregnancy specialists at the Cincinnati Fetal Center because fetal images gave them cause for concern. Specialists prepared the couple for what might happen next. But by the time Presley was born, her brain development caught up. Doctors at Cincinnati Children's say fetal imaging cannot always predict human development. The Perdues aren't focused on the science behind what happened to make Presley's birth a healthy one. They consider her good health a miracle.
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