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Managing the Unusual Causes of Fetal Anemia.

Rare causes of fetal anemia requiring intrauterine transfusion (IUT) are challenging for fetal medicine specialists.


Non-invasive fetal electrocardiography ameliorates fetal outcome in chorioangioma: A case report.

 Chorioangioma is a rare vascular placental tumour. Large chorioangiomas are known to have many maternal and perinatal complications. The case of placental chorioangioma detected via ultrasound is presented. This paper is focused on non-invasive fetal electrocardiography (NI-FECG) clinical use for diagnosing fetal anemia in chorioangioma.A 22-year-old primigravida was admitted to the department of fetomaternal medicine at 30 weeks of gestation. She had threatened preterm labour, polyhydramnios, and breech ...

Prediction of Fetal Anemia in Subsequent Transfusions: Is There a Need to Change the Threshold of the Peak Systolic Velocity of the Middle Cerebral Artery?

Peak systolic velocity (PSV) of the middle cerebral artery (MCA) shows 100% sensitivity for predicting fetal anemia before the first intrauterine transfusion (IUT). However, its ability to predict subsequent transfusions has remained mostly controversial.


Clinical Characteristics of Jra Alloimmunization in Pregnancy: A Case Series.

Only few studies have reported on Jra alloimmunization in pregnancy, and its clinical course remains unclear. We reviewed our cases to clarify the change in the peak systolic velocity of the middle cerebral artery (MCA-PSV) during pregnancy and the critical anti-Jra antibody titer to predict fetal anemia. We collected the data of pregnant women with anti-Jra antibody from two hospitals between 2010 and 2017. We extracted data on maternal information, number of intrauterine blood transfusions (IUT), trend of...

Severe childhood anemia and emergency blood transfusion in Gadarif Hospital, eastern Sudan.

Anemia is a major cause of global morbidity and mortality, particularly among children. Management of anemia depends on causes and severity of anemia. However blood transfusion is a lifesaving intervention in severe and life-threatening anemia. There are no published data on blood transfusion for anemia in Sudan.

What's wrong with using the F word? A systematic integrative review of how the fetus is talked about in situations of fetal demise or high risk of fetal loss.

Limited research exists that investigates the language parents and health professionals use when faced with a high-risk likelihood of fetal demise or an instance of fetal loss. This review examines the language used when referring to the 'fetus' in these cases to better understand the meaning different groups might ascribe to the fetus and how their word choice may reflect their strategies for managing in these situations.

Unusual Iron and Copper Studies in a Patient with Liver Injury and Normocytic Anemia.

Unusual Presentation of Hepatitis E with Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia - A Case Report.

Cell-Free Fetal DNA in the Early and Late First Trimester.

The aim of this work was to investigate the association between maternal and fetal characteristics and the fetal fraction at 8-14 weeks' gestation, with emphasis on the change in the fetal fraction upon repeat sampling.

The role of recombinant Human erythropoietin in neonatal anemia.

To estimate the blood level of Erythropoietin (EPO) in neonates with anemia of prematurity (APO) and in late hypo-regenerative anemia and to clarify role of EPO in correction of anemia and reducing the number of blood transfusions.

Alcohol's dysregulation of maternal-fetal IL-6 and p-STAT3 is a function of maternal iron status.

Prenatal alcohol exposure (PAE) causes long-term growth and neurodevelopmental deficits that are worsened by maternal iron deficiency (ID). In our preclinical rat model, PAE causes fetal anemia, brain ID, and elevated hepatic iron via increased maternal and fetal hepcidin synthesis. These changes are normalized by a prenatal iron-fortified (IF) diet. Here, we hypothesize that iron status and PAE dysregulate the major upstream pathways that govern hepcidin production - EPO/BMP6/SMAD and IL-6/JAK2/STAT3.

Multilevel regression modeling for aneuploidy classification and physical separation of maternal cell contamination facilitates the QF-PCR based analysis of common fetal aneuploidies.

The quantitative fluorescent polymerase chain reaction (QF-PCR) has proven to be a reliable method for detection of common fetal chromosomal aneuploidies. However, there are some technical shortcomings, such as uncertainty of aneuploidy determination when the short tandem repeats (STR) height ratio is unusual due to a large size difference between alleles or failure due to the presence of maternal cell contamination (MCC). The aim of our study is to facilitate the implementation of the QF-PCR as a rapid dia...

Suppression of compensatory erythropoiesis in hemolytic disease of the fetus and newborn due to intrauterine transfusions.

Infants with severe hemolytic disease of the fetus and newborn (HDFN) often require one or multiple intrauterine transfusions (IUTs) to treat fetal anemia. IUTs may have an inhibiting effect on fetal and neonatal erythropoiesis.

Prevalence of anemia in pregnant women in Styria, Austria-A retrospective analysis of mother-child examinations 2006-2014.

Many women suffer from anemia during their pregnancy. Austria, a central European country, has an instituted mandatory prenatal care system and therein two anemia screening tests (before end of week 16 and in weeks 25-28) are scheduled. Epidemiological data on the prevalence of anemia in pregnant women in Austria are missing.

Anemia and iron deficiency in compensated and decompensated cirrhosis: prevalence and impact on clinical outcomes.

Iron deficiency anemia (IDA)is the leading cause of anemia worldwide. Data on prevalence and clinical impact of anemia in cirrhosis is scarce. Aim was to report on(i)prevalence of anemia and IDA in cirrhosis and (ii)its possible impact on clinical outcomes.

Antenatal Fetal Adrenal Measurements at 22 to 30 Weeks' Gestation, Fetal Growth Restriction, and Perinatal Morbidity.

 Our objective was to test the association of fetal adrenal size with perinatal morbidity among fetuses with fetal growth restriction (FGR; estimated fetal weight [EFW] 

Postpartum anemia is a neglected public health issue in China: a cross-sectional study.

Anemia impairs the health and wellbeing of women and increases the risk of maternal and neonatal adverse outcomes. The objectives of this study are to determine the prevalence of postpartum anemia among urban lactating women; investigate the predictors of anemia and explore the potential health effects on lactating performance.

Fetal Physiologically Based Pharmacokinetic Models: Systems Information on Fetal Blood Components and Binding Proteins.

Fetal blood and plasma volume and binding components are critical parameters in a fetal physiologically based pharmacokinetic model. To date, a comprehensive review of their changes during fetal development has not been reported.

Development of a new methylation-based fetal fraction estimation assay using multiplex ddPCR.

Non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT) for fetal aneuploidies has rapidly been incorporated into clinical practice. Current NGS-based methods can reliably detect fetal aneuploidies non-invasively with fetal fraction of at least 4%. Inaccurate fetal fraction assessment can compromise the accuracy of the test as affected samples with low fetal fraction have an increased risk for misdiagnosis. Using a novel set of fetal-specific differentially methylated regions (DMRs) and methylation sensitive restriction diges...

Autoimmune Anemia in Malaria.

Severe anemia is a major cause of death by malaria. The loss of uninfected erythrocytes is an important contributor to malarial anemia; however, the mechanisms underlying this pathology are not well understood. Malaria-induced anemia is related to autoimmune antibodies against the membrane lipid phosphatidylserine (PS). In mice, these antibodies induce the clearance of uninfected erythrocytes after binding to PS exposed in their membrane. In human malaria patients there is a strong correlation between anemi...

Maternal and Perinatal Morbidity and Mortality Associated With Anemia in Pregnancy.

To estimate the incidence of anemia in pregnancy and compare the maternal and perinatal outcomes of women with and without anemia.

Age, Ethnicity, Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase Deficiency, Micronutrient Powder Intake, and Biomarkers of Micronutrient Status, Infection, and Inflammation Are Associated with Anemia Among Children 6-59 Months in Nepal.

Anemia is a major concern for children in Nepal; however, little is known about context-specific causes of anemia.

Retinol-binding protein 4, fetal overgrowth and fetal growth factors.

Retinol-binding protein 4 (RBP-4) is an adipokine involved in regulating insulin sensitivity which would affect fetal growth. It is unclear whether RBP-4 is associated with fetal overgrowth, and unexplored which fetal growth factor(s) may mediate the association.

Prevalence of placental dichotomy, fetal cardiomegaly and starry-sky liver in twin anemia polycythemia sequence.

To investigate the prevalence of additional ultrasound markers including placental dichotomy, cardiomegaly, and starry-sky liver in pregnancies with twin anemia polycythemia sequence (TAPS).

Prevalence of anemia in diabetic adult outpatients in Northeast Ethiopia.

Anemia is a common finding in patients with diabetes, even in the absence of kidney disease and is a risk factor for adverse outcomes, including all-cause and cardiovascular mortality. Despite this, relatively little is known about the burden of anemia among adults with diabetes in sub-Saharan Africa. The aim of this study was to determine the prevalence of anemia and its association with renal disease among diabetic adult outpatients attending a hospital in Northeast Ethiopia.


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