perinatologist


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Noun1.perinatologist - an obstetrician specializing in perinatology
accoucheur, obstetrician - a physician specializing in obstetrics
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per·i·na·tol·o·gist

n. perinatólogo-a, especialista en perinatología.
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Redulla cannot overemphasize this as well: 'Previously, it only seemed to be an impossible dream that I am still an actively fully practicing Obstetrician-Gynecologist, Sonologist and the only Perinatologist in the province-a truly highly demanding job!
Sixty-six archived DNA samples consecutively collected between November 2007 and April 2010 met the inclusion criteria of pathological USG findings (at least one major anomaly diagnosed by an experinced perinatologist), as well as a normal karyotype (500 bands at minimum) and normal Multiprobe T-FISH (Cytocell) analysis.
"The neural pathways are present for pain to be experienced quite early by unborn babies," explains Steven Calvin, M.D., perinatologist, chair of the Program in Human Rights Medicine, University of Minnesota, where he teaches obstetrics.
A 28 year old, G5P2AB2 woman was admitted to our clinic (Shahidan Mobini Hospital, Sabzevar University of Medical Sciences, Sabzevar, Khorasan Razavi, Iran) for perinatologist counseling at 15 weeks of gestation due to remarkable decrease of her first trimester double biochemical markers and therefore in the high-risk range for trisomy 13 and 18.
Pauli is Associate Professor and Attending Perinatologist, Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Penn State Health, Milton S.
Kolawole Oyelese, perinatologist with Atlantic Maternal Fetal Medicine in New Jersey, told Healthline 'While only about 1 percent of babies will be born with a congenital heart defect, almost 25 percent of those children will have a heart defect that requires surgery to correct it within the first year.'
3, she went for an ultrasound because her perinatologist noticed that one of her twins had more fluids.
Perinatologist Charlotte Clausen delivers many of the babies who end up in the NICU.
Put plainly, you don't have to be a perinatologist to know that a child's time in the womb isn't spent in a state of suspended animation.
The presence of fetal anomalies or ultrasound soft markers was recorded by the perinatologist performing the detailed ultrasound.
Virginia Lupo, a Minneapolis-area perinatologist, is quoted invoking an individualistic model of risk assessment: