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foetal

(fēt′l)
adj. Chiefly British
Variant of fetal.
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fe·tal

(fē'tăl)
1. Relating to a fetus;
2. Development in utero after the eighth week.
Synonym(s): foetal.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

fe·tal

(fē'tăl)
1. Relating to a fetus.
2. In utero development after the eighth week.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012

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Table 1 shows comparison of estimated foetal weight by various methods with the actual birth weight Mean Actual birth weight with SD was 2593gm + 427 while estimated foetal weight by
The average error of estimated foetal weight was 311.3gms, 454.9gms & 131gms by SFH X AG, Johnson's and Hadlock's methods respectively.
Table 3 shows overestimation, underestimation of foetal weight by various methods among low birth weight and normal weight babies.
Underestimation of foetal weight is more (88%) among normal weight babies by Hadlock's method.
DISCUSSION: Accurate prediction of foetal weight in relation to gestation age, if applied to all pregnancy assists in identifying wrong dates, intrauterine growth restriction.
In the present study the mean of estimated foetal weight by SFH X AG and Hadlock' s method is almost closer to the mean of actual birth weight.
The average error of estimated foetal weight was minimum with the Hadlock's method followed by SFH X AG and Johnson's method which was 131,311 and 455gms respectively.
Kergaradec, friend of Laennac and pioneer of foetal auscultation.
Foetal foot length--a new parameter for assessment of gestational age.
Improving the accuracy of foetal foot length to confirm gestational age.
Foetal musculoskeletal system chap 41, Diagnostic ultrasound 1988 2nd Ed volume 2 Mosby (Missouri) Rumack.