Before acquiring the Sub-Specialty of Fetal Medicine and the Diploma in Fetal Medicine from King’s College, Dr. Maria Agathokleous graduated from Athens University Medical School.  Throughout the duration of her studies, she has been a scholar of the State Scholarship Foundation of Cyprus, due to her superiority, as well as the State Scholarship Foundation of Greece due to her predominance on the entrance examinations.

She specialized in Obstetrics / Gynaecology, since she excelled in the entrance examinations under the auspices of the Cyprus Ministry of Health and she acquired the specialist’s title from the Academic Hospital of Alexandroupolis.

She has worked at Harris Birthright Research Centre for Fetal Medicine at King’s College Hospital in London for two years next to the Professor Cyprus Nicolaides and specialized in the following:

First Trimester Ultrasound Control for Down syndrome and other similar issues by controlling the nuchal translucency, the nasal bone, the flow in the tricuspid valve and the flow in the ductus venosus of the fetus liver.
Second Trimester Ultrasound Control for any fetal congenital abnormalities and detailed anatomical control.
Doppler study and fetal growth ultrasound in the 2nd and 3rd trimester.
Doppler study of uterine arteries for risk calculation of pre-eclampsia / residual fetal development.
Cervix length measurement and calculation of premature birth risk.
Fetal echocardiography – Fetal cardiac specific control with certifications and training from the leader of this field, the Professor Lindsey Allan.
Counseling in complicated pregnancies (congenital fetal abnormalities, awareness in Rhesus anemia factor, gestational diabetes / pre-existing diabetes, residual fetal development, multiple pregnancy, congenital infections, etc.)
Amniocentesis and chorionic villus sampling to exclude any chromosomal and other genetic abnormalities.
Reduction of multiple gestations, discharge paracentesis poly hydramnios etc.