Tip 72b: in-utero growth restriction (IUGR)

Known associations with IUGR involve fetal, placental, and/or maternal factors. There are strong links with smoking, vascular abnormalities, alcohol, hypercoaguable disorders, chromosomal abnormalities, and congenital malformations and infections.

Reference:  Militello, M., et al, 2009. Obstetric management of IUGR. Journal of Prenatal Medicine; 3(1): 6–9.

Previously published: 24/03/14, 10/02/15

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