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Objective: To determine if presence of the Roach muscle, a small muscle bundle lying just beside the umbilical artery, contributes to umbilical cord coiling.
Background Hearing loss (HL) is likely to be the most common congenital abnormality in humans, with a reported prevalence of 1 to 3 per 1000 live births. Early detection and intervention is critical to prevent the adverse consequences of a delayed diagnosis on speech, language and cognitive...
Background In the perinatal period, microscopic abnormalities of the costochondral junction in fetuses were described but little is known about the perinatal intercurrences that were associated with them.
Aims To investigate the effects of intra-amniotic vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) treatment on surfactant pool sizes and surfactant protein (SP) gene expressions in fetal rat lung.
Objectives We aimed to establish the earliest gestational age at which fetal DNA in maternal plasma could be detected and whether this was reliable at 12–13 weeks' gestation.
This pilot study developed an appropriate procedure to evaluate the paladai cup compared to bottle feeding in preterm infants, using weighed napkins and video analysis to assess amount of spillage, volume consumed, time taken and physiological stability. Paladai results demonstrated increased...
Background Preterm infants have increased intestinal permeability which can render them susceptible to infections from enterobacteriae.
Neonatal emergencies are uncommon, but may lead to significant morbidity and mortality if not recognised and managed promptly. Disorders of sex development, hypoglycaemia, thyrotoxicosis and calcium balance are discussed, with emphasis on the clinical assessment, investigations and management of...
Background Fetal behavioral states are important indicators of fetal physiology and pathology associated to typical fetal heart rate (FHR) patterns.
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