Fetal fat measurement by magnetic resonance imaging.

@article{Deans1989FetalFM,
  title={Fetal fat measurement by magnetic resonance imaging.},
  author={H. Deans and F. Smith and D. Lloyd and A. Law and H. Sutherland},
  journal={The British journal of radiology},
  year={1989},
  volume={62 739},
  pages={
          603-7
        }
}
A method to assess the average percentage of fetal fat with respect to other fetal tissue is described. This method was then used to assess the percentage of fat in 13 normal fetuses who had a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) examination late in pregnancy (38-41 weeks). The scans of a further 13 fetuses of diabetic mothers and one case of intrauterine growth retardation (IUGR), all of whom had MRI examinations in the last 3 years, were reviewed and similar calculations were carried out. Whilst… Expand
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