fetal growth restriction


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Related to fetal growth restriction: Small for gestational age, IUGR

fetal growth restriction

fetal weight ≤5th percentile for gestational age.

fe·tal growth re·stric·tion

(fē'tăl grōth rĕ-strik'shŭn)
Fetal weight in the fifth percentile or lower for gestational age.
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Thus, TH deficiency is a risk factor for fetal growth restriction and for LBW, both of which are risk factors for unsatisfactory neurological, motor, and intellectual development (2,32,33).
Figueras and E Gratacos, "An integrated approach to fetal growth restriction," Best Practice and Research Clinical Obstetrics and Gynaecology, vol.
Fetal growth restriction (FGR) describes the condition in which a fetus is unable to reach its genetically predetermined growth potential.
Term and preterm (<34 and <37 weeks' gestation) placental pathologies associated with fetal growth restriction. Arch Gynecol Obstet 2010;282(5):487-492.
Placental pathology in fetal growth restriction. Europ J Obstet Gynecol Reprod Biol.
pylori can enhance dyspeptic symptoms, nausea and vomiting during pregnancy [11], it might as well decrease pregnant women's appetite and encourage fetal growth restriction. Another possible explanation is that it can be related to local and systemic inflammatory mechanisms triggered by H.
"The distal villous hypoplasia (DVH) pattern is connected to fetal growth restriction of the placenta, potentially offering a new approach to placental evaluation.
Fetal growth restriction of one twin or a coexisting abnormality should prompt antenatal testing and/or earlier delivery.
Galan et al., "The relationship between transplacental [O.sub.2] diffusion and placental expression of PlGF, VEGF and their receptors in a placental insufficiency model of fetal growth restriction," The Journal of Physiology, vol.
One such disease is fetal growth restriction (or intrauterine growth restriction) that leads to mild mental retardation and even fetal death.
Receiver operating characteristic curves of ultrasonographic estimates of fetal weight for prediction of fetal growth restriction in prolonged pregnancies.