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birth weight

or birth·weight (bûrth′wāt′)
n.
The weight of an infant at birth.
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Maternal determinants of intrauterine growth retardation: a case control study in Udupi District, Karnataka.
kyphosis, distorted axis, micromelia, extenions of fore and hind limbs, microcephaly, micro-ophthalmia and intrauterine growth retardation. The percentage of malformations in S-III was 54.16 and of resorptions was 44.99 (Table I).
ACOG (American College of Gynecology), WHO (World Health Organization), NICE guidelines (National Institute for Health and Care Excellence) and AHA (American Heart Association all recommend prophylaxis with aspirin in Intrauterine Growth Retardation, she added.
Non-reactive non-stress test (NST), oligohydramnios, poor biophysical score, abnormal colour Doppler indices, and evidence of intrauterine growth retardation (IUGR) should be taken as absolute contraindication to fasting.
Levels and patterns of intrauterine growth retardation in developing countries.
Common phenotypic features described for partial trisomy 13q are craniofacial dysmorphism, highly arched palate, short neck, hemangioma, hexadactyly, urinary tract/kidney anomalies, umbilical/inguinal hernia, intrauterine growth retardation, and oligohydramnios.[5] This present case involves trisomy for a large segment of proximal 13q (13q12.11 → q31.3).
Epigenetics of hypoxic pulmonary arterial hypertension following intrauterine growth retardation rat: epigenetics in PAH following IUGR.
Pregnancy can be complicated by preeclampsia, intrauterine growth retardation, preterm labour, preterm premature rupture of membrane, oligohydramnios, polyhydramnios, hydrops, abruption, haemorrhage from rupture renal tumor, renal failure and fetal demise (3, 4).
TCD is a good predictor of gestational age in intrauterine growth retardation. Most cases of intrauterine growth retardation are as a result of placental insufficiency and poor maternal nutrition.
Pedersen, "Prognosis and risk factors for intrauterine growth retardation," Danish Medical Journal, vol.
A critical state of the blood circulation in the umbilical cord artery (degree III obesity) was seen in seven infants (intrauterine growth retardation syndrome).

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