Most expectant parents get a first glimpse of their unborn child through an ultrasound months before the birth.
But mothers who are visually impaired haven't been able to share the experience -- until now, CBS News reports.
"30-year-old Tatiana Guerra lost her sight at the age of 17. A 3D printer converts the ultrasound image into a relief sculpture of the baby's face, and Tatiana dissolves into tears as her fingers trace the features of the son she plans to name Murilo."
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