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Abnormal Umbilical Cord Coiling Is Associated with Adverse Perinatal Outcomes
The normal umbilical cord coil index is one coil/5 cm, i.e., 0.2 ± 0.1 coils completed per cm. We report the frequency and clinical correlations of abnormally coiled cords among 1329 cases referredExpand
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Potter's pathology of the fetus and infant
Potters Atlas of Fetal and Infant Pathology will address all aspects of foetal and infant pathology including complicated pregnancies, placental pathology, prenatal diagnosis of abnormalities,Expand
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Obesity: Genetic, molecular, and environmental aspects
Obesity has emerged as one of the most serious public health concerns in the 21st century. Obese children tend to become obese adults. The dramatic rise in pediatric obesity closely parallels theExpand
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Teratogenic causes of malformations.
Crucial morphogenetic processes during the blastogenesis period, which extends throughout the first 4 wk of development, from fertilization until the end of the gastrulation stage (days 27 to 28Expand
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Potter's pathology of the fetus, infant and child
The first edition of this book updated Dr Potter’s original text and filled an important niche when it arrived in 1997, serving as one of the few general reference textbooks that dealt with neonatalExpand
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Multiple meningiomas, craniofacial hyperostosis and retinal abnormalities in Proteus syndrome.
Because clinical evidence suggests that Proteus syndrome may be caused by a somatic mutation during early development, resulting in mosaicism, the possible types of abnormalities and their clinicalExpand
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A SPECTRUM OF PHENOTYPICAL EXPRESSION OF NEU-LAXOVA SYNDROME: Three Case Reports and a Review of the Literature
Neu-Laxova syndrome is a rare autosomal recessive disorder characterized by severe intra-uterine growth restriction, extreme microcephaly, marked edema with skin restriction, ichthyosis, craniofacialExpand
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Review: Metabolic cardiomyopathy and conduction system defects in children.
Metabolic cardiomyopathies include amino acid, lipid and mitochondrial disorders, as well as storage diseases. A number of metabolic disorders are associated with both myopathy and cardiomyopathy.Expand
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HUTCHINSON-GILFORD PROGERIA SYNDROME: A PATHOLOGIC STUDY
Hutchinson-Gilford progeria syndrome is an extremely rare condition with features of premature and accelerated aging. The pattern of inheritance is unclear, although both autosomal recessive andExpand
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