Synonyms for polyhydramnios or Related words with polyhydramnios
Examples of "polyhydramnios"
There are two clinical varieties of
Prenatal Bartter syndrome can be associated with
There are believed to be links with
(excessive amniotic sac fluid). if you have excessive amniotic fluid, microsomia is more likely, since there is no room for the baby to grow. Preterm labor is also highly likely for
A recent study distinguishes between mild and severe
and showed that Apgar score of less than 7, perinatal death and structural malformations only occurred in women with severe
The opposite to
is oligohydramnios, a deficiency in amniotic fluid.
The opposite of oligohydramnios is
, an excess volume of amniotic fluid in the amniotic sac.
The fetal symptoms are related to fluid retention, including ascites and
Early signs of abnormality include
(an excess of amniotic fluid), low birth weight, and feeding intolerance immediately after birth.
Oligohydramnios is a condition in pregnancy characterized by a deficiency of amniotic fluid. It is the opposite of
Mutations in the LYK5/STRADα gene are associated with
, megalencephaly and symptomatic epilepsy (collectively known as the PMSE syndrome).
In another study, all patients with
, that had a sonographically normal fetus, showed no chromosomal anomalies.
) is a medical condition describing an excess of amniotic fluid in the amniotic sac. It is seen in about 1% of pregnancies. It is typically diagnosed when the amniotic fluid index (AFI) is greater than 24 cm.
Indometacin has also been used clinically to delay premature labor, reduce amniotic fluid in
, and to close patent ductus arteriosus.
Ultrasound in the second trimester may show abnormalities associates with NLS, including
, intrauterine growth restriction, microcephaly, proptosis and decreased fetal motility.
During the pregnancy, certain clinical signs may suggest
. In the mother, the physician may observe increased abdominal size out of proportion for her weight gain and gestation age, uterine size that outpaces gestational age, shiny skin with stria (seen mostly in severe
), dyspnea, and chest heaviness. When examining the fetus, faint fetal heart sounds are also an important clinical sign of this condition.
Stage I: A small amount of amniotic fluid (oligohydramnios) is found around the donor twin and a large amount of amniotic fluid (
) is found around the recipient twin.
CCD causes persistent secretory diarrhea. In a fetus, it leads to
and premature birth. Immediately after birth, it leads to dehydration, hypoelectrolytemia, hyperbilirubinemia, abdominal distention, and failure to thrive.
There are several pathologic conditions that can predispose a pregnancy to
. These include a maternal history of diabetes mellitus, Rh incompatibility between the fetus and mother, intrauterine infection, and multiple pregnancies.
are at risk for a number of other problems including cord prolapse, placental abruption, premature birth and perinatal death. At delivery the baby should be checked for congenital abnormalities.
Large or multiple chorioangiomas may lead to complications. The complications are
, preterm labour, hemolytic anemia, fetal cardiomegaly, fetal thrombocytopenia, intra uterine growth retardation, preeclampsia, abruption of placenta and congenital anomalies.
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