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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Using ultrasound to determine intrauterine estimates of fetal weight is known to be less accurate at <2 000 g, [15] and symphysis-fundal height and the LMP have known inherent issues in determining gestational age and size.
Gestational age at baseline was about 24.6 weeks, and the estimated fetal weight by ultrasound, 465 g.
As there was significant fetal weight gain from GD17 to GD2016, so this would lead to significant adaptative changes in the histo-morphology of placentae at GD20 as compared to GD17.
KEYWORDS: Prenatal ultrasonography, fetal weight, Birth weight, Pregnancy.
In several studies, mice have exhibited sharply changing behavior, increased aggression and anxiety, delayed bone formation, and decreased motor activity in addition to a range of reproductive concerns, such as delayed puberty and decreased fetal weight.
Accuracy of ultrasound estimation of fetal weight in multiple pregnancies.
In recent years, studies have shown an association between placental weight, fetal weight and perinatal health.
Although the average fetal weight was lower in women with chronic hypertension, the association was not significant.
Santos revealed that the reason cited by Adarna's camp for her failure to attend the hearing was her sensitive pregnancy 'due low normal fetal weight as stated to her medical cert.'