Survival of pregnancies with small for gestational age detected before 24 weeks gestation.

  title={Survival of pregnancies with small for gestational age detected before 24 weeks gestation.},
  author={Lisa Story and Srividhya Sankaran and Edward William Samuel Mullins and Su Meng Tan and Glynn Russell and Sailesh Kumar and Pippa M Kyle},
  journal={European journal of obstetrics, gynecology, and reproductive biology},
OBJECTIVE Counselling women where severe growth abnormalities are detected early in the pregnancy is often difficult due to a paucity of outcome data of this specific subset of early onset disease. This study therefore aimed to assess the outcome of pregnancies where an estimated fetal weight less than the third centile were detected prior to 24 weeks gestation. STUDY DESIGN A retrospective study in two London teaching hospitals, over an eight year period was performed, analysing all… CONTINUE READING
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