Utilizing Longitudinal Measures of Fetal Growth to Create a Standard Method to Assess the Impacts of Maternal Disease and Environmental Exposure

@inproceedings{Cantonwine2016UtilizingLM,
  title={Utilizing Longitudinal Measures of Fetal Growth to Create a Standard Method to Assess the Impacts of Maternal Disease and Environmental Exposure},
  author={David E. Cantonwine and Kelly K Ferguson and Bhramar Mukherjee and Yin-Hsiu Chen and Nicole A. Smith and Julian Neal Robinson and Peter M Doubilet and John D Meeker and Thomas F Mcelrath and Junming Yue},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2016}
}
Impaired or suboptimal fetal growth is associated with an increased risk of perinatal morbidity and mortality. By utilizing readily available clinical data on the relative size of the fetus at multiple points in pregnancy, including delivery, future epidemiological research can improve our understanding of the impacts of maternal, fetal, and environmental factors on fetal growth at different windows during pregnancy. This study presents mean and standard deviation ultrasound measurements from a… CONTINUE READING

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