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FGR

Fetal growth restriction. See Intrauterine growth restriction.
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Ese dato desmintio tambien la version de la FGR de que el director de la organizacion Pueblo Sin Fronteras estaba en ese mismo momento en Mapastepec, pueblo chiapaneco ubicado a dos horas y media de distancia, donde presuntamente cobraba 7 mil pesos a una familia hondurena.
FGR is often called upon during major catastrophic events in the Latin America and surrounding regions, such as earthquakes, windstorms and floods, with the opportunity for substantial incremental revenue and profit.
FGR Group is a loss adjusting and claims programme-management services company.
The siblings in this study showed isolated sac-type CDH without other abnormal phenotypes, except FGR and SGA stature.
Fetal growth restriction (FGR) describes the condition in which a fetus is unable to reach its genetically predetermined growth potential.
But the changes, published in Mexico's federal register in February 2014 (SourceMex, March 19, 2014), also contained the provision that required the transformation of the PGR into the FGR.
The inclusion criteria for the study was a singleton pregnancy at [less than or equal to] 24 weeks of gestation suspected of having FGR (sonographically estimated fetal weight <10th percentile for the gestational age).
[1] FGR is hence being described as AC or EFW less than 3rd centile or less than 10th centile with Doppler changes and/or oligohydramnios, whereas SGA being described as EFW or AC more than 3 rd centile and less than 10th centile with normal Doppler studies.
Modern pharmacology research has also reported that the flavonoids from Glycyrrhizae radix et rhizome (FGR) have antioxidant properties [14] with therapeutic benefits including the inhibition of cough and treatment of bacterial infections [15, 16]; however, its effects on vascular contractility is unknown.