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Differential placental DNA methylation of VEGFA and LEP in small-for-gestational age fetuses with an abnormal cerebroplacental ratio.

In Fetal Growth Restriction 'fetal programming' may take place via DNA methylation, which has implications for short-term and long-term health outcomes. Small-for-gestational age fetuses are considered fetal growth restricted, characterized by brain-sparing when fetal Doppler hemodynamics are abnormal, expressed as a cerebroplacental ratio (CPR)


Fetal cardiac structure and function in preeclampsia and/or fetal growth restriction.

Maternal and fetal cardiovascular adaptations in preeclampsia and/or fetal growth restriction.


Associations of erythrocyte fatty acid compositions with FADS1 gene polymorphism in Japanese mothers and infants.

Long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (LC-PUFAs) are involved in the fetal growth in utero, and are essential for the development of visual and cognitive functions during infancy. The purpose of this study was to examine the associations of erythrocyte fatty acid compositions with FADS1 gene polymorphism in Japanese mothers and infants. The subjects were 383 mothers who participated in an adjunct birth cohort study of the Japan Environment and Children's Study (JECS). In maternal FADS1 SNP genotypes, the p...

Increased expression of heme oxygenase-1 suppresses airway branching morphogenesis in fetal mouse lungs exposed to inflammation.

Intrauterine inflammation affects fetal lung development. BTB and CNC homology 1 (Bach1) is a transcriptional repressor of heme oxygenase-1 (HO-1) and interleukin-6 (IL-6) genes. We investigated the role of Bach1 in the development of fetal mouse lungs exposed to lipopolysaccharide (LPS) using a whole fetal lung tissue culture system.

Fetal Phenotypes Emerge as Genetic Technologies Become Robust.

Prenatal genomic evaluation of the fetus is available at decreasing cost and with a faster turnaround time. However, fetal genotype-phenotype correlations are in their infancy. By comparison, pediatric and adult genotype-phenotype databases are well-established and publicly accessible. A similar system for fetal genomics is lacking. When a fetal anomaly is identified by ultrasound imaging, a genetic diagnosis provides important information. However, fetal prognostic counseling is problematic if the only ava...

The Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine (SMFM) Fetal Anomalies Consult Series.

High Fetal Fraction on First Trimester Cell-Free DNA Aneuploidy Screening and Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes.

 To test the hypothesis that high fetal fraction (FF) on first trimester cell-free deoxyribonucleic acid (cfDNA) aneuploidy screening is associated with adverse perinatal outcomes.

Hemodynamic factors associated with fetal cardiac remodeling in late fetal growth restriction: a prospective study.

MATERNAL AND FETAL RISK FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH LATE PRETERM INFANTS.

To determine maternal and fetal risk factors associated with the birth of late preterm infants in comparison to those born at term.

Automated 3-D ultrasound image analysis for first trimester assessment of fetal health.

The first trimester fetal ultrasound scan is important to confirm fetal viability, to estimate the gestational age of the fetus, and to detect fetal anomalies early in pregnancy. First trimester ultrasound images have a different appearance than for the second trimester scan, reflecting the different stage of fetal development.
 There is limited literature on automation of image-based assessment for this earlier trimester, and most of the literature is focused on one specific fetal anatomy. In this ...

Umbilical artery thrombosis: Two case reports.

The umbilical cord is the way to exchange gas, supply nutrients, excrete metabolized. Thrombosis of the umbilical cord leads to fetal hypoxia, which jeopardizes fetal health and can cause fetal death. Umbilical vessel thrombosis, which is rarely reported, is difficult to detect prenatally.

In utero Hepatitis B Immunization during Fetal Surgery for Spina Bifida.

Fetal surgery for spina bifida aperta may lead to significantly better outcomes than postnatal repair, particularly regarding shunt-dependent hydrocephalus, independent ambulation, and voiding functions. The "Management of Myelomeningocele Study" (MOMS) represents the current benchmark, also in terms of eligibility criteria.

Dysregulation of FGFR signalling by a selective inhibitor reduces germ cell survival in human fetal gonads of both sexes and alters the somatic niche in fetal testes.

Does experimental manipulation of fibroblast growth factor 9 (FGF9)-signalling in human fetal gonads alter sex-specific gonadal differentiation?

Longitudinal study of individually adjusted fetal growth.

To construct individualized fetal growth curves estimated by ultrasound parameters adjusted for maternal and fetal characteristics.

Inter- and intra-observer variability in fetal ductus venosus blood flow measurements in high-risk fetuses at 26-32 weeks.

Early preterm fetal growth restriction is a significant contributor to perinatal morbidity and mortality. The ductus venosus pulsatility index for veins (DV PIV) is proposed as a monitoring tool because it appears to improve perinatal outcomes. The test characteristics and robustness of DV PIV have been inadequately described. The aim of this study was to investigate inter- and intra-observer variability of DV PIV.

Exome Sequencing for Prenatal Detection of Genetic Abnormalities in Fetal Ultrasound Anomalies: An Economic Evaluation.

In light of the prospective Prenatal Assessment of Genomes and Exomes (PAGE) study, this paper aimed to determine the additional costs of using exome sequencing (ES) alongside or in place of chromosomal microarray (CMA) in a fetus with an identified congenital anomaly.

The development of preeclampsia in oocyte donation pregnancies is related to the number of fetal-maternal HLA class II mismatches.

In oocyte donation (OD) pregnancy, a fetus can be completely allogeneic to the recipient. Consequently, the maternal immune system has to cope with greater immunogenetic dissimilarity compared to naturally conceived pregnancy. Previously, we showed an association between successful OD pregnancy and lower immunogenetic dissimilarity, reflected by the number of fetal-maternal Human Leukocyte Antigen (HLA) mismatches, than expected by chance. In this study we aimed to determine whether the development of preec...

Detection of Adverse Perinatal Outcomes at Term Delivery Using Ultrasound Estimated Percentile Weight at 35 Weeks of Gestation: Comparison of Five Fetal Growth Standards.

To assess the predictive ability of the ultrasound estimated percentile weight (EPW) at 35 weeks of pregnancy to predict adverse perinatal outcomes (APOs) at term delivery according to 5 fetal growth standards, including population, population-customized, and international references.

The effect of transient fetal bradycardia and other heart rate changes during and after external cephalic version on perinatal outcomes.

To evaluate the effect of transient fetal bradycardia and other heart rate changes during and after external cephalic version (ECV) on perinatal outcomes. To determine factors associated with a higher risk of occurrence of transient fetal bradycardia during and after ECV.

Limited Impact of Fetal Sex and Maternal Body Mass Index on Fetal and Maternal Insulin Resistance and Lipid Metabolism: Findings from the PEARs Study.

The intrauterine environment can have a significant impact on fetal and maternal well-being, both during pregnancy and in later life. We aimed to identify how fetal sex and maternal body mass index (BMI) influence insulin resistance and metabolic function during pregnancy with maternal BMI > 25 kg/m. This secondary analysis assessed data from the PEARS-randomized controlled trial that recruited pregnant women with body mass indexes 25-39.9 kg/m. Longitudinal measurements of maternal and fetal insulin re...

Maternal Lipid Metabolism Directs Fetal Liver Programming following Nutrient Stress.

The extreme metabolic demands of pregnancy require coordinated metabolic adaptations between mother and fetus to balance fetal growth and maternal health with nutrient availability. To determine maternal and fetal contributions to metabolic flexibility during gestation, pregnant mice with genetic impairments in mitochondrial carbohydrate and/or lipid metabolism were subjected to nutrient deprivation. The maternal fasting response initiates a fetal liver transcriptional program marked by upregulation of lipi...

End of the line for fetal lung maturity testing.

During the last decade, guidelines published by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) and Society for Maternal Fetal Medicine (SMFM) have emphasized an increasingly limited role for fetal lung maturity (FLM) testing. As a reference laboratory for FLM testing, we were therefore interested in determining the impact of changing guidelines on our test volumes.

Bioengineering and in utero transplantation of fetal skin in the sheep model: A crucial step towards clinical application in human fetal spina bifida repair.

An intricate problem during open human fetal surgery for spina bifida regards back skin closure, particularly in those cases where the skin defect is much too large for primary closure. We hypothesize that tissue engineering of fetal skin might provide an adequate autologous skin substitute for in utero application in such situations.

Fetal Growth Patterns in Pregnancy-Associated Hypertensive Disorders: NICHD Fetal Growth Studies.

Fetal growth patterns in pregnancy-associated hypertensive disorders is poorly understood since prospective longitudinal data are lacking.


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