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The first published randomized controlled trial evaluating the effect of foetal endoscopic tracheal occlusion did not reveal advantage in the aspect of neonatal survival in 2003.6 But the other two trials in recent years performed by the same medical center reported a prominently improved neonatal outcome compared with the postnatal treatment group.7,8 Authors of the last two trials pointed that their more strict criteria of patient selection (mean lung-to-head ratio: less than 0.8 VS more than 0.9) might explain the better survival rates.
The lung-to-head ratio and fetoscopic temporary tracheal occlusion: prediction of survival in severe left congenital diaphragmatic hernia.
Correction of congenital diaphragmatic hernia in utero IX: fetuses with poor prognosis (liver herniation and low lung-to-head ratio) can be saved by fetoscopic temporary tracheal occlusion.