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Synonyms for prenatal

occurring or existing before birth

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For all prenatally detected cases, information regarding TOP or fetal demise was obtained from Astraia or maternal records.
In conclusion, necessary planning should be made to prevent potential hemodynamic and arrhythmic complications in babies diagnosed with rhabdomyoma prenatally. Rhabdomyomas very rarely act as accessory pathways and cause life-threatening arrhythmias.
Herein, we report a case of Peters plus-like syndrome that was prenatally detected in a patient from Turkey with no family history.
In this case, copy number gain of Xq28 and 14q11.2 was detected prenatally based on the results of an SNP microarray for an sSMC.
More than half of those with brain abnormalities or microcephaly or with neural tube defects and other early brain malformations had evidence of these defects noted prenatally (55% and 89%, respectively).
PND 40 rats supplemented prenatally with either choline or DHA alone shows significantly (* p < 0.05) increased number of neural cells in the CA3 region of hippocampus when compared to the same in age matched normal control and saline control group of rats.
In previous research Camenisch and colleagues studied metabolic disease risk in mice exposed prenatally to low-level arsenic.
It is associated with total number of T cells and the number of CD8+ (cytotoxic), TcRa[beta]+, and TcRyS+ T cells increase in infants [35], and immune depression that persists through childhood, in prenatally exposed children [36].
Between 60 and 90 percent of unborn babies diagnosed prenatally with Down syndrome are aborted.
In the light of the above, and with the aim of providing a synthesis of the scientific literature focusing on the analysis of mediating variables between the exposure to or consumption of cocaine and the facilitation of aggressive behaviour, we shall first describe the main findings on the neuropsychological domains altered in people that abuse or are dependent on cocaine and those that were prenatally exposed to this substance.
-- Many young adults who were exposed to alcohol prenatally have persistent difficulties with math, according to study findings reported at the annual meeting of the Teratology Society.
With termination of pregnancy being one of the options provided to parents of fetus with severe congenital Heart diseasedetected prenatally, the postnatal incidence of severe congenital heart disease like hypoplastic left heart syndrome and pulmonary atresia with intact ventricular septum may be declining, as demonstrated in some studies from select areas (6,7).
TEHRAN (FNA)- Expectant women with prenatally diagnosed fear of childbirth are at an increased risk of postpartum depression, according to a study of over 500,000 mothers in Finland.
It is possible to diagnose HPE prenatally with two-and three-dimensional ultrasonography.