fetal growth restriction


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Related to fetal growth restriction: Small for gestational age, IUGR

fetal growth restriction

fetal weight ≤5th percentile for gestational age.

fe·tal growth re·stric·tion

(fē'tăl grōth rĕ-strik'shŭn)
Fetal weight in the fifth percentile or lower for gestational age.
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