Long-term effects of a midgestational asphyxial episode in the ovine fetus.

Abstract

We and others have shown previously that fetuses at midgestation can survive 30 min of complete umbilical cord occlusion, although hydrops fetalis (or gross fetal edema) results. To investigate whether this hydrops resolves by late gestation and if there are any long-term consequences of the asphyxial insult on the heart and kidneys, eight fetuses were… (More)

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