Compared with the control group, the patients had elevated BMI (p<0.001), abdominal circumference
(p<0.001), carotid (IMT) (p=0.008), HbAlc (p=0.034), hsCRP (p=0.002), morning urine micro-albumin (p=0.049), and lower age (p=0.019).
Mother with abdominal circumference
(in cm) of <92 gave birth to male babies with a mean birth weight of 3.02 [+ or -] 0.27 or female babies with a mean birth weight of 2.51 [+ or -] 0.40.
The number of bowel movements increased 2 weeks after the injection, the symptoms of bloating were relieved, and the abdominal circumference
was reduced to 88 cm.
Abdominal obesity was also classified as an important risk factor for DM in the current study, due to the association between increased abdominal circumference
and higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes mellitus.
Evaluation of anthropometric parameters was made through the measurement of abdominal circumference
, body mass index (BMI), triceps skinfold, and arm circumference.
Obstetric ultrasound assessment showed severe fetal hydrops with increased abdominal circumference
due to ascites and elevated Middle Cerebral Artery Peak Systolic Velocity.
The increase observed in abdominal circumference
at the 12th ICS and 18th rib during the 9th to 11th months of gestation resulted from abdominal expansion to accommodate fetal growth.
WASHINGTON -- To predict macrosomia, fetal abdominal circumference
is the best single measure to obtain on ultrasound, John C.
The anthropometric measures (Body mass, height, abdominal circumference
, and triceps skinfold thickness) were collected at the Kinesis Laboratory located at Universidade Potiguar (UNP), Natal, RN, Brazil.
There was no significant change in her body mass (BM) following the exercise administration and no reduction in her abdominal circumference
Body dimension traits consist of abdominal circumference
(AC), body height (BH), body length (BL), cannon bone circumference (CBC), chest circumference (CC), chest depth (CD), chest width (CW), hip circumference (HC).