TITLE

Sonar Measurement of Fetal Crown-Rump Length as Means of Assessing Maturity in First Trimester of Pregnancy

AUTHOR(S)
Robinson, Hugh P.
PUB. DATE
October 1973
SOURCE
British Medical Journal;10/6/1973, Vol. 4 Issue 5883, p28
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
No abstract available.
ACCESSION #
64108428

 

Related Articles

  • An Assessment of Femur Growth Parameters in Human Fetuses and Their Relationship to Gestational Age. Ziylan, Taner; Murshid, Khalil Awadh // Turkish Journal of Medical Sciences;2003, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p27 

    Presents a study which evaluated the relationships between the crown-rump length, fetal femur growth parameters and the gestational age during the second and third trimesters of pregnancy. Design of measurements for crown-rump length; Implications of fetus' femur measurements to the calculation...

  • The relationship between CRL and PAPP-A measurements in first trimester fetuses with low birth weight. Niromand, Nasrin; Pour, Fereshteh Gharib; Moghadami, Nasrin; Ahmadi, Farahnaz Sadat; Yekta, Batool Ghorbani // Tehran University Medical Journal;Aug2013, Vol. 71 Issue 5, p308 

    Background: Recent studies have suggested that impaired fetal growth are indicators that may be present in the first trimester. The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship between crown-rump length (CRL) and pregnancy associated plasma protein-A (PAPP-A) measurements in first...

  • Fetal heart assessment in the first trimester of pregnancy: influence of crown-rump length and maternal body mass index. Silva Pares, David Baptista; Felipe Lima, Angélia Iara; Júnior, Edward Araujo; Machado Nardozza, Luciano Marcondes; Martins, Wellington P.; Moron, Antonio Fernandes // Brazilian Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery;Oct-Dec2013, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p477 

    Objective: To evaluate the influence of the crown-rump length and body mass index on sonographic evaluation of the fetal heart using abdominal and vaginal routes in the first trimester of pregnancy. Methods: We conducted a cross-sectional study with 57 pregnant women between 12-14 weeks...

  • Ultrasound evidence of sexual difference in fetal size in first trimester.  // British Medical Journal;11/8/1980, Vol. 281 Issue 6250, p1253 

    Examines the ultrasound evidence of sexual difference in fetal size in first trimester. Influence of hormonal mechanism; Comparison of weight between male and female fetuses; Correlation between mother's height and fetal measurements of crown-rump length and biparietal diameter.

  • The significance of fetal maxillary length in the first trimester screening for trisomy 21. Unsal, Naim; Ozat, Mustafa; Kanat-Pektas, Mine; Gungor, Tayfun; Danisman, Nuri // Archives of Gynecology & Obstetrics;Jun2011, Vol. 283 Issue 6, p1199 

    Objective: The present study aims to specify the significance of fetal maxillary length by establishing a nomogram for a Turkish population and by investigating its relationship with the ultrasonographic and biochemical parameters which are commonly used to screen trisomy 21 in the...

  • Tele-obstetric ultrasound: analysis of first-trimester ultrasound images transmitted in realtime. Ferlin, Rejane Maria; Mós Vaz-Oliani, Denise; Cunha Ferreira, Adilson; Gomes Tristão, Edson; Helio Oliani, Antonio // Journal of Telemedicine & Telecare;Jan2012, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p54 

    We evaluated the diagnostic quality of first-trimester ultrasound images transmitted in realtime using low-cost telecommunications. A prospective sample of fetal ultrasound images from 11 weeks to 13 weeks and six days of pregnancy was obtained from pregnant women over 18 years old. The...

  • First trimester pregnancy volumes and subsequent small for gestational age fetuses. Hoopmann, Markus; Schermuly, Svenja; Abele, Harald; Zubke, Wolfgang; Kagan, Karl // Archives of Gynecology & Obstetrics;Jul2014, Vol. 290 Issue 1, p41 

    Objective: To examine whether in the first trimester, placental, gestational sac and fetal volumes are different in pregnancies that result in small for gestational age (SGA) compared to average for gestational age (AGA) neonates. Methods: Case-control study comparing first trimester 3D volumes...

  • First Trimester Ultrasound Screening: An Update. Sonek, J. D.; Glover, M.; Zhou, M.; Nicolaides, K. H. // Donald School Journal of Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology;Apr-Jun2010, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p97 

    For many years, the main use of ultrasound in the first trimester of pregnancy was to confirm viability and to establish gestational age. Indeed, the crown-rump length measurement in the first trimester remains the most accurate method to estimate the gestational age even today. However,...

  • The importance of fetal ultrasonographic parameters for anatomical study. Ekiz, Y.; Yuzbasioğlu, N.; Shojaolsadati, P.; Sakul, B. U. // Anatomy: International Journal of Experimental & Clinical Anatom;2014 Suppl, Vol. 8, pS23 

    Ultrasonography (USG) is widely used especially in determination of fetal gestational age detection of congenital anomalies, and evaluation of fetal growth and development. Fetus is visible and measurable by USG, assessing the fetus functionally could be possible by morphometric evaluation of...

  • Human Sexual Size Dimorphism in Early Pregnancy. Radek Bukowski; Gordon C. S. Smith; Fergal D. Malone; Robert H. Ball; David A. Nyberg; Christine H. Comstock; Gary D. V. Hankins; Richard L. Berkowitz; Susan J. Gross; Lorraine Dugoff; Sabrina D. Craigo; Ilan E. Timor-Tritsch; Stephen R. Carr; Honor M. Wolfe; Mary E. DAlton; for the FASTER Research Consortium // American Journal of Epidemiology;Apr2007, Vol. 165 Issue 10, p1216 

    Sexual size dimorphism is thought to contribute to the greater mortality and morbidity of men compared with women. However, the timing of onset of sexual size dimorphism remains uncertain. The authors determined whether human fetuses exhibit sexual size dimorphism in the first trimester of...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics