Fetal Macrosomia: Risk Factors, Maternal, and Perinatal Outcome

@inproceedings{Mohammadbeigi2013FetalMR,
  title={Fetal Macrosomia: Risk Factors, Maternal, and Perinatal Outcome},
  author={Abolfazl Mohammadbeigi and Fariba Farhadifar and N Soufi zadeh and Narges Mohammadsalehi and Mostafa Rezaiee and Mehrdad Aghaei},
  booktitle={Annals of medical and health sciences research},
  year={2013}
}
BACKGROUND Macrosomia is defined as birth-weight over 4,000 g irrespective of gestational age and affects 3-15% of all pregnancies. Aim The present study aimed to determine the relationship between mother's characteristics and macrosomic births and also compare macrosomic and normal newborns regarding the maternal and offspring complications of diabetes during pregnancy. SUBJECTS AND METHODS In this case control study, among the 420 consecutive births occurring in public and private hospitals… CONTINUE READING

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