List of Basic Calculations/Formulas Used in Clinical and Medical Laboratories for Generate Results and any Other Purpose.
The presence of two or more embryos in the uterus. Twin and higher gestations have increased considerably in the last two decades due to the increased use of ovulation induction agents and assisted reproductive technologies.
Stillbirth is the clinical term for stillbirth used to describe the death of a baby in the womb. The term is generally applied to losses on or after the 20th week of gestation.
Birth defects are generally classified as structural or functional and developmental.
Fetal distress refers to the compromise of the fetus due to an inadequate supply of oxygen or nutrients. This can occur due to maternal, fetal, or placental factors.
Fetal distress refers to the compromise of the fetus due to an inadequate supply of oxygen or nutrients. This can occur due to maternal, fetal, or placental factors. In its most severe form, it can lead to neonatal brain injury or fetal death. Its presence can be suspected due to several factors, but all have a high false positive rate. Risk factors: Includes women with a history of: Stillbirth. Intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR). Oligohydramnios or […]
An intrauterine pregnancy (IUP) occurs when a fertilized egg implants and begins to develop inside the uterus, where it is supposed to be.
Pregnant women have high expectations, that any abnormalities should be fully recognizable and detected early during pregnancy, and this often leads to damages lawsuits.
Down syndrome is a genetic disorder caused when abnormal cell division results in a partial or full extra copy of chromosome 21. This extra genetic material causes the developmental changes and physical characteristics of Down syndrome.
A molar pregnancy is a rare pregnancy complication characterized by abnormal growth of trophoblasts, the cells that normally develop in the placenta.