A 22-year-old nulliparous woman was seen antenatally
at 26 weeks' and 35 weeks' gestation and was well.
The rationale behind the current study was to embrace the Zeitgeist by using an intervention, Comfort Zone (McLackland et al 2013) which had previously been piloted and found to be useful in a postnatal group to see if it could be helpful to parents antenatally
With Alexander's nomogram, newborns were classified as appropriate for gestational age (AGA; weight at 10%-89% for GA) or SGA, which were categorized into three groups: no growth ultrasound (US) in third trimester; US in the third trimester but no diagnosis of fetal growth restriction (FGR); and diagnosed as FGR antenatally
SCT can be diagnosed antenatally
The aim was to describe the prevalence of AI in our population antenatally
and 6 weeks and 6 months after vaginal delivery or emergency caesarean section (CS) in late labour, and to explore the association between demographic and obstetric risk factors and AI.
A second category of missed opportunities relates to women tested antenatally
for whom appropriate preventive interventions were nevertheless not implemented in a timely manner.
The majority of children with hydronephrosis detected antenatally
will not need surgical intervention.
because it is known that over 90% of the patients will be diagnosed either antenatally
or will present with respiratory distress in the few hours of life (2).
In the presence of typical MRI features, a reasonably confident diagnosis of syntelencephaly may be made even antenatally
At six weeks 73% (n = 44) of the mothers maintained the infant feeding method selected antenatally
and 27% (n = 16) had changed methods.
Outcome of antenatally
diagnosed cardiac rhabdomyoma: case series and a meta-analysis.
If it is possible to predict these two groups antenatally
then a better risk assessment and prognostic tool can be used to counsel women with affected pregnancies and also possibly determine timing of delivery.