FGR

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Related to Fetal growth restriction: Small for gestational age, IUGR
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FGRFinger
FGRForums Gegen Rassismus (German; Forum against Racism)
FGRFace and Gesture Recognition
FGRFlue Gas Recirculation
FGRFetal Growth Restriction
FGRFeed:Gain Ratio
FGRFgura (postal locality, Malta)
FGRFederal German Republic
FGRFrance Global Relocation (France)
FGRFigure-Ground Reversal
FGRFonds voor Gemene Rekening (Dutch: Mutual Fund)
FGRFission Gas Release
FGRFlare Gas Recovery (conservation technology)
FGRFerronnerie Gilles Risso (French: wrought iron craftsmen company)
FGRFinished Garage (building code)
FGRFort Ghost Recon
FGRFocus Group Representative
FGRFirst General Release
FGRFrequently Given Responses
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The only treatment for fetal growth restriction is delivery, the main consideration being optimal timing.
The association between maternal SCH and fetal growth restriction: Data on fetal growth restriction was provided in three studies.
Duration of persistent abnormal ductus venosus flow and its impact on perinatal outcome in fetal growth restriction. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2011;38:295302.
Harman, "The sequence of changes in Doppler and biophysical parameters as severe fetal growth restriction worsens," Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology, vol.
Furthermore, we aim to draw attention to potential correlations between BDNF levels in amniotic fluid and impaired fetal growth as a means of gaining greater insight into the mechanisms underlying fetal growth restriction and macrosomia, which have been linked to maternal, fetal, and neonatal adverse outcomes.
Compensatory feto-placental upregulation of the nitric oxide system during fetal growth restriction. PLoS One 2012; 7: e45294.
Primary villus maldevelopment with evidence of reduced placental villus stem arteries and small, fibrotic, hypovascular terminal villi, have been shown in various pathological studies of the placenta of pregnancies complicated by fetal growth restriction (FGR).
Clinicopathologic correlations are mentioned only regarding distal villous hypoplasia and accelerated villous maturation, related to early-onset fetal growth restriction and placental insufficiency, respectively.
Effect of placenta previa on fetal growth restriction and stillbirth.
The findings are similar to study conducted by Surkan,14 the most important risk factor in current pregnancy which resulted or contributed in perinatal death is fetal growth restriction or low birth weight, followed by hypertensive disorders and antepartum hemorrhage while if risk factors are checked in subsequent pregnancy, antepartum hemorrhage is the most common risk factor present and this is comparable to results of various other studies.