macrosomic


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macrosomic

adjective Pertaining to or characterised by macrosomia.
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Only about a fifth of the IDM were large for gestational age and a tenth were macrosomic. About 40% of IDM developed hypoglycaemia, with most of them developing hypoglycaemia within the first 6 hours of life.
As the sample sizes of groups were highly unequal and the number of macrosomic neonates differed substantially from the numbers of newborns in the other two groups, to preclude a general loss of statistical power, we reduced the number of patients in upper-normal and normal groups using simple randomization.
Comparative gene expression between two independent samples ([DELTA][DELTA]Ct) was obtained by subtracting the delta cycle threshold of the control group from the delta cycle threshold of the group of interest (obese or macrosomic).
Moreover, macrosomic or large for gestational age (LGA) fetuses are those with a weight above the 90th centile for gestational age.
While not perfect, the AC alone is as accurate as more complicated formulas to detect macrosomic fetuses, he emphasized.
Newborns with HH may be macrosomic due to intrauterine hyperinsulinaemia.
One baby was macrosomic (4 030 g), born to a mother with a euthyroid colloid goiter and no other comorbidity.
[8] Risk factors include advanced maternal age, obesity, a family history of DM, previous adverse pregnancy outcome (congenital abnormality, recurrent miscarriages, delivery of a stillborn child), delivery of a macrosomic baby in a previous pregnancy, certain ethnic backgrounds, or significant or persistent glycosuria.
NICE recommends (in both 2008 and 2015 guidelines) the use of a selective screening approach, where screening is only offered to women based upon risk factors including previous GDM, previous macrosomic infant, a family history of diabetes in a first-degree relative, ethnic origin with a high diabetes prevalence or to women with obesity.
The results on placenta showed the upregulation of miR17, miR18a, miR19a, miR19b, miR20a, and miR92a in samples coming from mothers with macrosomic babies.