SGA


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SGA

Abbreviation indicating pediatric patients who are small for gestational age.

SGA

abbreviation for small for gestational age. See small for gestational age infant.

SGA

Small for gestational age, see there. See Low birth-weight.

SGA

Abbreviation for small for gestational age.

Small-for-gestational-age (SGA)

A term used to describe newborns who are below the 10th percentile in height or weight for their estimated gestational age. The gestational age is based upon the date of the mother's last menstrual period. SGA is one of the symptoms of TORCH syndrome.
Mentioned in: TORCH Test
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Aside from this, he was a social worker as he was President of SGA Mithi Chapter where he also served the people when they (people) faced any difficulty, he added.
The aim of this study is to provide information on mental health problems of small for gestational age children at age 10 among a Brazilian cohort of both children born SGA and those born appropriate for gestational age (AGA); and to assess the association of these problems with child and family characteristics.
5] Several studies comparing the use of population-based growth centiles with customised centiles for prediction of SGA or LGA fetuses and perinatal adverse outcomes have concluded that customised growth charts were better able to predict fetuses at risk of perinatal morbidity and mortality.
After written consent was obtained, the research RD collected all relevant data and conducted the SGA and BIA measurements.