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Isolated single umbilical artery and the risk of adverse perinatal outcome and third stage of labour complications: A population-based study.

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Summary of "Isolated single umbilical artery and the risk of adverse perinatal outcome and third stage of labour complications: A population-based study."

Isolated single umbilical artery (iSUA) refers to single umbilical artery cords and no other fetal malformations. The association of iSUA to adverse outcome of pregnancy has not been consistently reported, and whether iSUA carries increased risk of third stage of labour complications has not been studied. Thus, we aimed to investigate the risk of adverse perinatal outcome, third stage of labour complications, and associated placental and cord characteristics in pregnancies with iSUA. Further, to assess the risk of recurrence of iSUA and anomalous cord or placenta characteristics in Norway.

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Name: Acta obstetricia et gynecologica Scandinavica
ISSN: 1600-0412
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