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Comparison of ultrasound and autopsy findings in pregnancies terminated due to fetal anomalies
Objective. To compare antenatal diagnoses with autopsy findings in pregnancies terminated after ultrasound detection of fetal anomalies. A second aim was to study the quality of antenatal fetalExpand
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Correlation between ultrasound and autopsy findings after 2nd trimester terminations of pregnancy
Abstract Objective: To compare ultrasound (US) and fetal autopsy findings in 2nd trimester termination of pregnancy because of structural fetal anomalies. Methods: A total of 112 terminations ofExpand
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Pregnancy, delivery, and neonatal complications after treatment with antiepileptic drugs
Aim. To study the risk for complications during pregnancy, delivery, and neonatal period after the use of antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) during pregnancy.
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Discordant twin growth in utero and differences in blood pressure and endothelial function at 8 years of age
Objective.  Low birth weight is associated with increased prevalence of hypertension and cardiovascular disease in adults. The aim of this study was to evaluate genetic and intrauterine environmentalExpand
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Antenatal renal pelvis dilatation emphasizing vesicoureteric reflux: two‐year follow‐up of minor postnatal dilatation
Aim: To describe the occurrence of foetal renal pelvis dilatation in an unselected population of pregnancies and to describe the clinical course in a subgroup of infants with minor renal pelvisExpand
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Perceived pain and self-estimated activity limitations in women with back pain post-partum.
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE In the general population many daily activities have an impact on low back pain. The aim of the present study was to describe pain intensity, localization, type of sensationExpand
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Mothers’ attitudes towards perinatal autopsy after stillbirth
We investigated mothers’ attitudes to autopsy of their stillborn baby and their experiences concerning information and treatment in relation to their loss in an observational study. Data wereExpand
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Risk factors for poor neonatal outcome in pregnancies with decreased fetal movements
The incidence of Swedish stillbirths has varied little in the past 40 years, with a reported frequency of 400‐450 stillbirths/y (approximately 4‰), despite increased information about fetal movementExpand
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The Stockholm classification of stillbirth
Objective. To design and validate a classification system for audit groups working with stillbirth. The classification includes well‐defined primary and associated conditions related to fetal death.Expand
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Childhood cardiac function after twin‐to‐twin transfusion syndrome – a 10‐year follow up
Aim:  To perform a 10‐year follow up of cardiac structure and function after twin‐to‐twin transfusion syndrome (TTTS) – a severe foetal circulatory complication associated with myocardial hypertrophyExpand
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