IUGR


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AcronymDefinition
IUGRIntrauterine Growth Retardation (aka Intrauterine Growth Restriction)
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For stillbirths with IUGR as a primary cause of death, observed agreement was lower at 28 and 29 weeks (67.7%, 93.3%) and 37-39 weeks (95.5%, 94.1%, 86.7%) compared with other gestations.
In this study, we aimed to compare the placental diffusion difference in IUGR patients with worsening Doppler US findings and control group by using DWI.
Hence the detection of IUGR according to its functional definition is very difficult and needs to identify a population of foetuses at risk for modifiable but otherwise poor outcomes.
However, not only was the AOR for preterm birth 1.5 for infants of women with EDS, but IUGR was more common in these neonates as well (AOR, 1.7; P less than .01 for both).
In group A, 41 (12%) cases of IUGR were observed whereas, 14 (5%) were in group B.
Inclusion criteria were term pregnancies with GDM, oligohydramnios, IUGR, gestational hypertension/preeclampsia, and pregnancies after 41 weeks of pregnancy.
Clinical diagnosis of IUGR was conducted by major diagnostic criteria, proposed by Dementeva G.
- Fetal Distress: included all cases where the CTG showed either a pathological pattern or a suspicious trace along with other risk factors IUGR, preeclampsia, placenta previa, placental abruption or preterm labour.14
The serum leptin level was significantly higher (P<0.05) in the IUGR pigs at 28 days of age while it decreased significantly (P0.05).
It has been reported that IUGR pigs have a significantly decreased serum choline content compared with normal pigs [10], suggesting that more choline in the diet might be necessary for IUGR pigs to maintain normal lipid metabolism, including PC synthesis.
Mosaic trisomy 9 syndrome is a rare chromosomal anomaly wherein the affected cases usually exhibit IUGR, micrognathia, low-set ears, rocker-bottom feet, and congenital heart anomalies.
Intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR) is a significant clinical problem, affecting up to 10% of all pregnancies [1] and even 15% of all monochorionic twin pregnancies [2], with high perinatal morbidity and mortality rates due to fetal hypoxia [3,4].