Study of 224 cases of oligohydramnios and congenital malformations in a series of 225,669 consecutive births.

@article{Stoll1998StudyO2,
  title={Study of 224 cases of oligohydramnios and congenital malformations in a series of 225,669 consecutive births.},
  author={Claude Stoll and Yves Alembik and M. P. Roth and B{\'e}atrice Dott},
  journal={Community genetics},
  year={1998},
  volume={1 2},
  pages={71-7}
}
OBJECTIVES To provide data on oligohydramnios associated with congenital anomalies in 225,669 consecutive pregnancies. MATERIAL AND METHODS The malformations in this study came from births of known outcome recorded in our registry of congenital malformations. Routine ultrasonographic examination was performed. Diagnosis of oligohydramnios was made ultrasonographically. For each case, a control was chosen. RESULTS The prevalence of this association was 0.99 per thousand (224 cases). A case… CONTINUE READING