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an abnormality of pregnancy

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A review of idiopathic hydramnios and pregnancy outcomes.
Conceptuses and neonates derived from nuclear transfer frequently develop pathologic conditions including large offspring syndrome, prolonged gestation, dystocia, fetal and placental edema, hydrallantois and hydramnios, abnormal size of organs, respiratory problems and perinatal death (Young et al., 1998; Farin et al., 2006).
How well do the amniotic fluid index and single deepest pocket indices (below the 3rd and 5th and above the 95th and 97th percentiles) predict oligohydramnios and hydramnios? Am J Obstet Gynecol 2004; 190:34-40.
* Faulty assessment of Complications: During labour auxiliary risk during delivery by hydramnios (too nurse-midwife gives her auxiliary nurse-midwife much amniotic injections at home.
A single indicator variable was created to indicate the presence of one or more of the following maternal diseases during pregnancy: diabetes, eclampsia, hydramnios, chronic hypertension, lung disease, pregnancy-related hypertension, incompetent cervix, lupus, renal disease, uterine bleeding, and inappropriate weight gain/loss.
Prostaglandin inhibitors may be preferred for hydramnios
Hydramnios associated with congenital mesoblastic nephroma: case report.
These drugs, which block the conversion of angiotensin I to angiotensin II, are toxic to the kidneys and cause fetal hydramnios, hypotension, and skull defects.
* Women with diabetes are up to 5 times as likely to develop toxemia (a disorder of unknown cause usually marked by hypertension, protein in the urine, edema, headache, and visual disturbances) and hydramnios (excessive amounts of amniotic fluid) as women without diabetes.
Participants having any known respiratory or cardiovascular diseases, multiple pregnancy, anemia, hydramnios, or those on treatment for any other disease were excluded from the study.
In 33 cases [33%], no risk factors were identified, previous history of D and C was present in 12 cases [12%], cervical incompetence in 11 cases [11%], h/o previous preterm in 9 cases [9%], h/o previous PROM in 8 cases [8%], recent coitus in 7 cases [7%], malpresentations in 6 cases [6%], UTI in 6 cases [6%], hydramnios in 4 cases [4%], and twins in 4 cases [4%].
It is also useful to rule out incidence of foetal malformations, hydramnios and oligohydramnios etc.
Fetal swallowing and voiding irelationto hydramnios. Obstet Gynecol J 1979;54 : 15.