polyhydramnios


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Related to polyhydramnios: oligohydramnios
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pol·y·hy·dram·ni·os

n. polihidramnios, exceso de líquido amniótico.
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Maternal size, the presence of polyhydramnios and fetal position may reduce the reliability of US examination.
Each patient's medical record, data from the US database, and birth certificate record were reviewed to collect variables found in previous studies to have an association with SPB <35 weeks (low socioeconomic status, hypertension, depression, thyroid dysfunction, polyhydramnios, BMI, sexually transmitted infection, smoking, previous cervical surgery, drug abuse, maternal age <18 or >45, previous abortions, diabetes mellitus, placenta previa).
Suzie had a consultant–led" Suzie had a consultant–led pregnancy due to her age and developed a condition called polyhydramnios – excessive fluid around the baby.
And an unplanned Caesarean sparked by rare gestational condition polyhydramnios meant that immediately after giving birth she was forbidden from doing any exercise for six weeks.
Aided by contributors who work in obstetrics and gynecology and sonography in the US, she reviews aspects of ultrasound in general, then discusses ultrasound scans as related to pelvic anatomy and physiology, anomalies, and gynecological pathology; each trimester of pregnancy; the placenta and umbilical cord; the cervix during pregnancy; anomalies associated with polyhydramnios and oligohydramnios; multiple gestations and their complications; maternal disorders and pregnancy; fetal syndromes; Doppler applications; infertility; volume sonography; invasive procedures; and the sonographer's role in the grieving process.
5] Antenatal sonar diagnosis of polyhydramnios or absence of the stomach fluid echo should alert the obstetrician to look for other possible congenital abnormalities.
The alobar HPE and polyhydramnios had been detected by antenatal ultrasonography.
The "donor" twin is growth retarded and oliguric, with oligohydramnios (insufficient amniotic fluid volume); the "recipient" twin is larger and polyuric, with polyhydramnios (excess amniotic fluid volume).