Ductus venosus blood velocity and the umbilical circulation in the seriously growth-retarded fetus.

@article{Kiserud1994DuctusVB,
  title={Ductus venosus blood velocity and the umbilical circulation in the seriously growth-retarded fetus.},
  author={Torvid Kiserud and S H Eik-nes and H-G K Blaas and Leif Rune Hellevik and B Simensen},
  journal={Ultrasound in obstetrics & gynecology : the official journal of the International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology},
  year={1994},
  volume={4 2},
  pages={109-14}
}
Based on the assumption that the ductus venosus is regulator of oxygenated blood in the fetus, the present study investigated the blood flow velocity of the ductus venosus in relation to the umbilical circulation in the that seriously growth-retarded fetus. The study group of 38 fetuses (gestational week 17-39) had no chromosomal aberrations or structural malformations and had an ultrasonographic biometry of < 2.5th centile and birth weight of <or= 2.5th centile. Of the 38 fetuses seven died in… CONTINUE READING

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