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    ABSTRACT: The prenatal management of fetuses with intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR) has been a matter of perpetual evolving in obstetrics and has been the topic of numerous studies. The management of IUGR fetuses is currently available in tertiary centres using fetal heart monitoring, short term variability, or doppler investigation of the umbilical artery, ductus venosus and middle cerebral artery. The aim of the prenatal management is to detect anomalies that may predict severe fetal hypoxemia. On the other hand, any efforts should focus on the possibility to delay the time for delivery as gestational age at delivery together with birth weight appear to be essential parameters of the postnatal outcome.
    Gynécologie Obstétrique & Fertilité 04/2006; 34(3):248-53. · 0.55 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: The prenatal management of fetuses with intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR) has been a matter of perpetual evolving in obstetrics and has been the topic of numerous studies. The management of IUGR fetuses is currently available in tertiary centres using fetal heart monitoring, short term variability, or doppler investigation of the umbilical artery, ductus venosus and middle cerebral artery. The aim of the prenatal management is to detect anomalies that may predict severe fetal hypoxemia. On the other hand, any efforts should focus on the possibility to delay the time for delivery as gestational age at delivery together with birth weight appear to be essential parameters of the postnatal outcome.
    Gynecologie Obstetrique & Fertilite - GYNECOL OBSTET FERTIL. 01/2006; 34(3):248-253.