Umbilical cord stricture associated with intrauterine fetal demise. A report of two cases.

Abstract

Two cases occurred of umbilical cord stricture with intrauterine fetal demise. The cause of this defect is unknown. Our cases represented the common findings of stricture at the squamoamnionic junction and an increased incidence with twin gestations. One fetus had a reactive nonstress test at 30 1/2 weeks and died two days later. 

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