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Fetal Heart Rate Monitoring: Still a Mystery More Than Half a Century Later.

Which reference ranges should one use for fetal biometry?

cCMV - can we do better in predicting fetal outcome?

Identifying perioperative volume-related risk factors in head and neck surgeries with free flap reconstructions - An investigation with focus on the influence of red blood cell concentrates and noradrenaline use.

The amount of fluids administered intraoperatively seems to influence the postoperative outcome, and especially the transfusion of red blood cell concentrates (RBC) are known to have an increased risk of postoperative complications. This prospective study focuses on patients planned with microvascular free flap reconstruction and investigates the effect of various types and amounts of volumes given intraoperatively and on the intensive care unit with regard to overall postoperative complications.

Antenatal ultrasound compared to MRI evaluation of fetal myelomeningocele: a prenatal and postnatal evaluation.

Background Spina bifida affects 0.5-1 in 1000 pregnancies in the United States and is often diagnosed in the mid-second trimester. The objective of the study was to directly compare ultrasounds (US) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) obtained in the antenatal period in the diagnosis and localization of fetal myelomeningocele (MMC) and compare these with the postnatal outcomes of these infants Methods A retrospective analysis of patients referred to the Fetal Care Center at the Cleveland Clinic from 2005 t...

Observational study of cytomegalovirus from breast milk and necrotising enterocolitis.

To evaluate the relationship between cytomegalovirus (CMV) exposure from breast milk and risk of necrotising enterocolitis (NEC).

CICAFAST: comparison of a biological dressing composed of fetal fibroblasts and keratinocytes on a split-thickness skin graft donor site versus a traditional dressing: a randomized controlled trial.

Wound repair is one of the most complex biological processes of human life. Allogeneic cell-based engineered skin substitutes provide off-the-shelf temporary wound coverage and act as biologically active dressings, releasing growth factors, cytokines and extracellular matrix components essential for proper wound healing. However, they are susceptible to immune rejection and this is their major weakness. Thanks to their low immunogenicity and high effectiveness in regeneration, fetal skin cells represent an ...

Genetic Examination for Fetuses with Increased Fetal Nuchal Translucency by Genomic Technology.

This study aims to investigate the value of chromosomal microarray analysis (CMA) and whole exome sequencing (WES) in fetuses with increased nuchal translucency (defined as NT above the 95th centile for the crown-rump length). A total of 374 singleton pregnancies with gestational ages ranging from 11 to 13 + 6 weeks were investigated. Ultrasound displayed increased NT and no detectable structural malformations in these fetuses. Pregnancies were divided into 4 groups according to the NT values: 95th centile-...

Genomics and breast cancer screening.

Many women fear the risk of developing breast cancer, and some women have increased fear because of their family history. Thankfully, the study of genetics has brought forth tools to better identify women at risk. An understanding of genetics and cancer has led to genetic testing protocols which enable at-risk women to take preventative action through medication, surgery, and intensive screenings. These protocols not only have the potential to prevent cancer but also lead to early detection. Appropriate scr...

In utero Androgen Excess: A Developmental Commonality Preceding Polycystic Ovary Syndrome?

In utero androgen excess reliably induces polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)-like reproductive and metabolic traits in female monkeys, sheep, rats, and mice. In humans, however, substantial technical and ethical constraints on fetal sampling have curtailed safe, pathogenic exploration during gestation. Evidence consistent with in utero origins for PCOS in humans has thus been slow to amass, but the balance now leans toward developmental fetal origins. Given that PCOS is familial and highly heritable, difficul...

2D electrophoretic pattern of bovine placental proteins during early-mid pregnancy.

Placenta, like every tissue, possesses its own characteristic protein profile, which may change within the course of pregnancy. These changes can be used for the elucidation the mechanisms related to both physiology of pregnancy and pathological events. The aim of the study was to describe proteinergic profiles of maternal and fetal parts of bovine placenta during early - mid pregnancy by the use of 2D electrophoresis and MALDI TOF/TOF MS identification, to evaluate dynamics of the possible changes necessar...

Lipid Profiles at Birth Predict Teacher-Rated Child Emotional and Social Development 5 Years Later.

The fetal environment has been increasingly implicated in later psychological health, but the role of lipids is unknown. Drawing on the ethnically diverse Born in Bradford (BiB) birth cohort, the current study related levels of high-density lipoprotein (HDL), very-low-density lipoprotein (VLDL), and triglycerides in umbilical cord blood to 1,369 children's teacher-rated psychosocial competence approximately 5 years later. Results of ordinal logistic regressions indicated that low levels of HDL, high levels ...

Race and Gender Differences in Awareness of Colorectal Cancer Screening Tests and Guidelines Among Recently Diagnosed Colon Cancer Patients in an Urban Setting.

The purpose of this study was to first characterize the prevalence of recall, recognition, and knowledge of colon cancer screening tests and guidelines (collectively, "awareness") among non-Hispanic black (NHB) and NH white (NHW) urban colon cancer patients. Second, we sought to examine whether awareness was associated with mode of cancer detection. Low awareness regarding colon cancer screening tests and guidelines may explain low screening rates and high prevalence of symptomatic detection. We examined re...

Cytokine concentrations throughout pregnancy and risk for psychosis in adult offspring: a longitudinal case-control study.

Schizophrenia has been associated with pregnancy and birth complications and fetal exposure to inflammation is thought to be a common underlying mechanism. However, whether the risk is specific to particular phases of pregnancy is unclear. The aim of this study was to characterise and compare longitudinal patterns of maternal serum concentrations of cytokines across pregnancy between offspring who were later ascertained to have a psychotic disorder, non-psychotic siblings of these cases, and unrelated, non-...

Cerebroplacental ratio and estimated fetal weight, the two different yardsticks.

Hot spots in fetal human penile and clitoral development.

Interpretation of fetal heart rate with a simple mnemonic.

Prehypertension is associated with multiple poor maternal and fetal outcomes.

Fetal growth restriction: a core set of outcome endpoints.

Antibiotics, Pregnancy, and Fetal Mental Illnesses: Where is the link?

Maternal intuition of fetal gender: Can we trust in? A prospective study.

Fetal liver Mll-AF4+ hematopoietic stem and progenitor cells respond directly to poly(I:C), but not to a single maternal immune activation.

T(4;11) MLL-AF4 acute leukemia is one of the most aggressive malignancies in the infant and pediatric population. Epidemiological and functional studies have highlighted the influence of an overstimulation of the immune system on leukemia development. This study aimed at assessing if the cell-of-origin of t(4;11) MLL-AF4 acute leukemia is sensitive to a viral or bacterial mimic and if maternal immune activation can lead to a full-blown leukemia. To answer this, we used the Mll-AF4 pre-leukemia mouse model t...

Developmental dynamics of the periventricular parietal crossroads of growing cortical pathways in the fetal brain - In vivo fetal MRI with histological correlation.

The periventricular crossroads have been described as transient structures of the fetal brain where major systems of developing fibers intersect. The triangular parietal crossroad constitutes one major crossroad region. By combining in vivo and post-mortem fetal MRI with histological and immunohistochemical methods, we aimed to characterize these structures. Data from 529 in vivo and 66 post-mortem MRI examinations of fetal brains between gestational weeks (GW) 18-39 were retrospectively reviewed. In each f...

Ratio of transfer cesarean section after trial of labor and maternal-fetal adverse outcomes based on Robson classifications.

To investigate the ratio of transfer cesarean section after trial of labor and maternal-fetal outcomes based on Robson classifications. The delivery data by cesarean section in Third Affiliated Hospital of Guangzhou Medical University from January 1st, 2009 to December 31st, 2015 (gestational age ≥28 weeks and newborn birth weight 1 000 g) were retrospectively collected. The ratio of transfer cesarean section after trial of labor and maternal-fetal adverse outcomes were analyzed by weighted adverse outco...

Successful treatment of severe acute respiratory distress syndrome due to Group A streptococcus induced toxic shock syndrome in the third trimester of pregnancy-effectiveness of venoarterial extracorporeal membrane oxygenation: A case report.

We report a case of Group A streptococcal infection-induced toxic shock syndrome (GAS-TSS) with severe acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), successfully treated with venoarterial extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (V-A ECMO). A 31-year-old woman was transferred due to high fever, continuous uterine contractions and fetal bradycardia at 31 weeks of gestation. She was in a shock status on arrival, and as fetal heart beat disappeared, we canceled the cesarean section and took priority in maternal res...

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