fetal gigantism

fe·tal gi·gan·tism

excessive fetal or newborn size, for example, cerebral gigantism and infants of diabetic mothers.
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Generally, fetotomy will be the choice for dystocia due to feto-pelvic disproportion, pathologic enlargement of fetus (fetal gigantism), incomplete cervical dilatation, fetal mal-posture and malpresentation and fetal malformation (Youngquist and Threlfall, 1997).