macrosomic


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Related to macrosomic: Large for gestational age

macrosomic

adjective Pertaining to or characterised by macrosomia.
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And even if there is adequate glucose control, 17% will be macrosomic.
All the macrosomic babies in our study developed perinatal asphyxia, in spite of being delivered by caesarean section.
sup][20] In poorly controlled diabetes without severe complications, newborn infants will often be overweight and macrosomic.
The percentage of macrosomic children in the Chinese study and our study using IADPSG criteria was similar (6.
It was considered to be a rare achievement to have a normal delivery of a Macrosomic baby for the first time here in Oman.
The FP should have recognized from the mother's history of delivering 3 macrosomic babies and the progress of this pregnancy, that the baby was large.
Any means that aid in recognition of IUGR and macrosomic babies will help obstetrician in deciding about the mode of delivery.
Conclusion: A quarter of the sample population was having GDM and the major risk factors associated with GDM were age of the patient, body mass index of the patient, polycystic ovarian syndrome, previous history of GDM, previous history of macrosomic baby, family history of diabetes.
As neonatal hypertension may progress asymptomatically, it should be kept in mind in infants of diabetic mothers, macrosomic infants, and difficult births, especially in neonates who develop adrenal hemorrhage.
Time course of changes in serum glucose, insulin, lipids and tissue lipase activities in macrosomic offspring of rats with streptozotocin-induced diabetes.