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Preterm Birth

  • Creator:   Maternal-Fetal Medicine
  • Updated:   11/23/2021
  • Contains:  6 items

Cervical Assessment by Transvaginal Ultrasound for Predicting Preterm Birth in Asymptomatic Women

Li, Jie

Maternal-Fetal Medicine. 2(2):95-99, April 2020.

Highlight: To discuss the measurement methods of cervical length and cervical stiffness, and compare the value of cervical assessment by transvaginal ultrasound for predicting preterm birth in asymptomatic women.

Preterm Birth, From the Biological Knowledges to the Prevention: An Overview

Tosto, Valentina; Giardina, Irene; Tsibizova, Valentina; More

Maternal-Fetal Medicine. 2(3):162-171, July 2020.

Highlight: The current essay briefly treat the main clues for preterm birth syndrome, focusing on current preventive strategies available to try to limit the adverse outcomes.

Prior Preterm Birth and Birthweight Below the 5th Percentile are Independent Risk Factors for Recurrence of a Small for Gestational Age Neonate

Svorai, Mor; Aricha, Barak; Erez, Offer

Maternal-Fetal Medicine. 2(1):28-33, January 2020.

Highlight: This study aimed to determine: (1) whether recurrent deliveries of a small for gestational age neonate are associated with increased obstetrical or neonatal complications; (2) whether the risk factors that can predict small for gestational age recurrence.

Successful Deliveries of Twins from Two Pregnant Women Following Preterm Prelabor Rupture of Membranes in the Early Second-Trimester Pregnancy

Xing, Dingxiang; Li, Junnan

Maternal-Fetal Medicine. 3(1):66-68, January 2021.

Highlight: To present two twin pregnant women with preterm prelabor rupture of membranes of less than 24 weeks gestation were treated until successful deliveries were achieved and the resulting newborns were alive and grew normally. 

Cervical Length at 28–32 Weeks of Gestation Predicts Preterm Birth

Zhang, Mengying; Zhang, Xiaoxiao; Yang, Huixia; More

Maternal-Fetal Medicine. 3(3):185-189, July 2021.

Highlight: To evaluate the ability of cervical length (CL) at 28-32 weeks of gestation to predict spontaneous preterm delivery and preterm premature rupture of membranes (PPROM).