IUGR


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IUGR

intrauterine growth retardation (or restriction).

IUGR

Intrauterine growth retardation, see there.

IUGR

Abbreviation for intrauterine growth retardation.

IUGR

intrauterine growth retardation.
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Some of these processes are compromised in pregnancy complications, notably PE and IUGR (Mayhew et al.
No treatments are currently available to reverse the structural heart changes resulting from IUGR.
The percentage of T-cell subsets to total lymphocytes gives an account of whether IUGR piglets possess a standard ability of T cell development compared to normal piglets (Neumann et al.
With regard to cognitive and academic achievements of children born with IUGR, this is currently under debate.
Her pregnancy continued uneventfully until she went to a nearby government hospital for a routine checkup, when she was clinically diagnosed as IUGR and referred to our institute for fetal Doppler evaluation.
Differential expression of imprinted genes in normal and IUGR human placentas.
Overall, however--if you add the approximately 10% that are affected by selective IUGR, and an unknown percentage of pregnancies that may have a bit of both problems or are complicated in other ways to this 10%-15%--I estimate that as many as one-third of monochorion ic twins have some kind of significant complication.
Collectively, the SGA group will be referred to as having IUGR with the caveat that a few of these babies might have been constitutionally small without growth restriction.
22] In the present study, 87% of the newborns classified as affected by IUGR were assigned to this category based on birth weight.
These observational data lay the foundation for a randomized trial of delivery timing in IUGR," he said, adding that an IUGR research consortium, coordinated through the University of Maryland, is developing a protocol for a management trial.
Although Moridani's suggestion does not seem fruitful, we agree that additional data are required to support the observation of an inverse relationship between tHcy and IUGR, including the roles of vitamin Blz and folic acid.
2] as the only period influencing fetal growth, measured as continuous birth weight, LBW, or IUGR (Bell et al.