J Madjarić

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Diagrams of bpd (biparietaldiameter), thorax-d and the length of the humerus have been made by single measurements in 285 pregnant women with exact gestational age and sonoanatomical parameters in the first trimenon. The expected individual birth weight at delivery was to be estimated by the degree of individual deviation from these three normal diagrams.(More)
The percentage of breech presentations in the course of the 32nd to 40th week of gestation is 5.1%; vertex presentations were found in 94.9%. In the primiparae we found 6.0% of breech presentations against 4.3% in the multiparae. Sub partu there were breech presentations in 4.5% (in primiparae more often than in multiparae). A spontaneous change from(More)
Now that ultrasonography is a routine examination in pregnancy, breech presentations are frequently diagnosed. On the basis of 4066 individual examinations a graph was drawn indicating the relative frequency of breech, vertex and transverse presentations in the course of pregnancy. There are clear, and in some cases statistically significant differences(More)
From 1.10.83 to 1.10.85 diagrams of bpd (biparietal-diameter); thorax-d and the length of the humerus were made by single measurements in 285 pregnant women with exact gestational age and sonoanatomical parameters in the first trimenon. The expected individual birth weight at delivery was to be estimated by the degree of individual deviation from these(More)
Since ultrasonic examinations became routine practice in pregnancy rather often breech presentations are being found in the course of pregnancy. The amounts of breech, vertex presentation and cross position in the course of pregnancy are shown in a curve which is made from 2.240 single measurements. There are significant differences between primiparae and(More)
A growth curve of the diameter of the biparietal fetal head during pregnancy was presented which was plotted with the help of a computer on the basis of 660 measurements. From this curve, an additional curve and 1 table were presented for the estimation of the age of the fetus on the basis of the measurements of the fetal biparietal diameter.
Axillary lymphatic nodes were found in 50.9% of 2458 patients examined for cervical and breast carcinoma in a gynaecological practice in 1981. 25.5% of these had lymphatic nodes in both axillaries, whereas the percentage of women with lymphatic nodes in the right axillary only was 3.9%, and in the left axillary only 21.4%. In 2.2% of all patients, more than(More)
During the years 1979-80, 8314 patients in a gynecologic practice were examined without any selection for vaginal yeast and trichomonas infection. The amount of yeast in all patients was 26.4% (1979: 29.5%; 1980: 23.5%). Trichomonas infection was found in 1.52% (1979: 2.18; 1980: 0.91%). An annual diagram was prepared from the individual monthly(More)
The growth of the fetal biparietal diameter (BPD) of twins is compared with the BPD of the normal pregnancy during gestation. Until 26th week of gestation the growth curves of both groups are nearly identic. From the 28th week onwards the growth of the twins' BPD is remarkably less than in normal pregnancies. The difference in the 40th week is about 10 mm,(More)
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