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antenatal

[¦an·te¦nād·əl]
(medicine)
Occurring or existing before birth.
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3 Among patients with antenatally diagnosed ureteropelvic junction (UPJ) obstruction who required long-term follow-up, only 22% eventually underwent surgery.
Sometimes you'd have a lot of births in one month, maybe you'd end up with 8, but then the next month you'd have a smaller month but 4-6 seems to be a really good model when you're doing all your own postnatals and we like to give plenty of time to women antenatally and postnatally.
Incidental vesicoureteral reflux in neonates with antenatally detected hydronephrosis and other renal abnormalities.
However the Born Bonded programme aimed to use the principles of Comfort Zone to help parents tune-in to their unborn baby in order to promote bonding antenatally.
Overall, only 3% (431) of SGA were detected antenatally as FGR.
A second category of missed opportunities relates to women tested antenatally for whom appropriate preventive interventions were nevertheless not implemented in a timely manner.
The majority of children with hydronephrosis detected antenatally will not need surgical intervention.
because it is known that over 90% of the patients will be diagnosed either antenatally or will present with respiratory distress in the few hours of life (2).
In the presence of typical MRI features, a reasonably confident diagnosis of syntelencephaly may be made even antenatally.
If it is possible to predict these two groups antenatally then a better risk assessment and prognostic tool can be used to counsel women with affected pregnancies and also possibly determine timing of delivery.