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Fetal Macrosomia 189 articles

  1. More (and less) on shoulder dystocia.

    American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 179(3 Pt 1):837 (1998) PMID 9758009

  2. Predicting conception and safe delivery of a macrosomic baby.

    Central African Journal of Medicine 42(11):316 (1996) PMID 9130413

    Clinical data obtained prospectively from 98 neonates, 49 normal weight controls, and retrospectively from their mothers had revealed a low incidence of neonatal macrosomia and some important predictive indices of conception and safe delivery of such babies. All the macrosomic infants were singleton...
  3. Anthropometry and bilirubin production.

    Journal of Perinatology 11(4):340 (1991) PMID 1770390

    We do not exclude the theoretical possibility of a low-frequency occurrence of increased TBF in macrosomic infants of normal mothers, we can conclude that infants of mothers whose diabetes is well managed may have normal TBF....
  4. Fetal glycaemic control and neonatal complications in diabetic pregnancy.

    Diabetes research (Edinburgh, Scotland) 8(3):143 (1988) PMID 3229075

    We measured umbilical cord glycosylated haemoglobin (GHb) by affinity chromatography in 44 diabetic and 40 normal pregnancies. Levels of GHb in cord blood were not significantly different between these two groups, suggesting good maternal glycaemic control was achieved in the diabetic patients. More...
  5. [The relationship between epidermal growth factor and its receptor and fetal birth weight].

    Zhonghua fu chan ke za zhi 33(11):664 (1998) PMID 10806715

    EGF and its receptor levels are related with IUGR, EGF concentrations in maternal sera and amniotic fluids in the third trimester may be a valuable index for assessing the fetal growth....
  6. Sequelae of unrecognized gestational diabetes.

    American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 178(6):1321 (1998) PMID 9662318

    This study suggests that unrecognized gestational diabetes increases risks of large for gestational age infants, macrosomia, shoulder dystocia, and birth trauma independent of maternal obesity and other confounding variables. Clinical recognition and dietary control of gestational diabetes are assoc...
  7. Estimation of gestational age by the length of the dorsal spine.

    Journal of Perinatal Medicine 25(2):168 (1997) PMID 9189836

    I and figure 2). Variations during the first week of life were also studied and no significant differences were found. For infants born at 31 weeks or less, DSL overestimated gestational age in one week. There was no differences between 32 and 36 weeks, and over 37 weeks, underestimation was one wee...
  8. Perinatal implications for macrosomic babies.

    West Indian Medical Journal 40(2):89 (1991) PMID 1897228

    A five-year record review was undertaken for all babies with a diagnosis of foetal macrosomia. The perinatal mortality rate of 23 per 1,000 total births was similar to the overall hospital rate. Neonatal morbidity was significant, and the most important contributory factor to foetal...
  9. Acta fifty years ago. Fistulas, pelvic hyperalgesia, uterine rupture and giant babies.

    Acta Obstetricia Et Gynecologica Scandinavica 70(6):423 (1991) PMID 1763603

  10. [Insulin-like growth factor 2 imprinting status and promoter usage in the placenta of macrosomia].

    Zhonghua fu chan ke za zhi 42(5):309 (2007) PMID 17673042

    Thirty specimens of macrosomic placenta and 30 of normal placenta were identified as heterozygous for IGF(2). All of the heterozygous specimens showed maintenance of imprinting. The expression of placental IGF(2) mRNA (2.2 +/- 1.2) was significantly higher in macrosomia than that of normal weight gr...