birth weight

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birth weight

or birth·weight (bûrth′wāt′)
n.
The weight of an infant at birth.
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Multicenter screening for pre-eclampsia and fetal growth restriction by transvaginal uterine artery Doppler at 23 weeks of gestation.
In pregnancies with fetal growth restriction and without preeclampsia, a reversible increased myometrial arterial tone by phosphodiesterase inhibition has been reported in vitro (3).
38) Therefore multiple placental hypoxic lesions, rather than as a single lesion, pose a greater risk of fetal growth restriction and neurologic impairment.
of the Statens Serum Institut, Copenhagen, Denmark and colleagues investigated whether exposure to an adjuvanted influenza A (H1N1)pdm09 vaccine during pregnancy was associated with increased risk of major birth defects, preterm birth, and fetal growth restriction.
Cell-free fetal DNA in the plasma of pregnant women with severe fetal growth restriction.
Nutrition plays a role in the pathogenesis of adverse pregnancy outcomes including PTB and fetal growth restriction.
They estimated that 168 pregnant women would have to receive potent or very potent topical steroids in order to result in one additional case of fetal growth restriction (J.
Association between maternal exposure to ambient air pollutants during pregnancy and fetal growth restriction.
The last decades much interest has been focused on long-term effects of fetal growth restriction.
Fetal growth restriction is associated with a chronic pattern of atherogenic lipoprotein metabolism.
For treatment day after day, as in heart disease and fetal growth restriction, sildenafil's potential risks are less well-established.
Our data suggest that in-utero stress alters developmental processes influencing vascular regulation which are independent of fetal growth restriction and that these alterations persist through subsequent generations, resulting in hypertension.