biparietal


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biparietal

[¦bī·pə′rī·əd·əl]
(anthropology)
Distance between the most distant opposite points of the parietal bone.
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The brain and neck CT showed a biparietal subgaleal hematoma, otherwise unremarkable.
Kahn, "Gestational age in pregnancies conceived after in vitro fertilization: a comparison between age assessed from oocyte retrieval, crown-rump length and biparietal diameter," Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology, vol.
Postcontrast MRI axial T1 (A), GRE sagittal (B), GRE axial (C), and GRE coronal (D) images show diffuse leptomeningeal enhancement, enhancing basal exudates and high biparietal epidural fluid collection (white arrow) with cerebritis.
The biparietal diameter (BPD) was 71mm (81%ile) and head circumference (HC) 263 mm (65%ile).
During pregnancy, the melatonin supplementation to mothers exposed to fructose recovered the body weight of the newborn (Figure 3(c)); we do not detect a difference in blood glucose levels (Figure 3(d)), biparietal diameter, and femur length in newborns in different treatments (data not showed).
Cuenta con numerosos testimonios el adelgazamiento biparietal (que tambien afecta sobre todo al sexo femenino alrededor del climaterio) provoca que los huesos parietales se adelgacen de forma simetrica y, en casos extremos, el craneo se perfore.
Paralleling the development of the biochemical diagnostics was the development and implementation of the use of ultrasound to measure fetal biparietal diameters and crown rump length, which correlated with gestational age thereby providing accurate gestational dates to assess the biochemical results.
Detailed USG study in the form of maturity by biparietal diameter, femoral length, abdominal circumference, liquor, and expected fetal weight was measured.
In fetal biometry, the mean (SD) biparietal diameter (group 1: 35.69 (1.93) weeks; group 2: 35.19 (3.32) weeks), mean (SD) femur length (group 1: 34.09 (2.10) weeks; group 2: 33.19 (2.75) weeks and mean (SD) amniotic fluid index (group 1: 6.9 (3.41) cm; group 2: 7.6 (4.33) cm) were nearly same for both groups.
When compared with those of the Singaporean Asian population, femur length and head circumference were larger while biparietal diameter was smaller in our population.
The obstetric parameters included mode of delivery (spontaneous vaginal delivery (SVD) versus cesarean section (CS)), use of forceps, postpartum hemorrhage, emergency birth, uterine inertia, duration of the first stage and second stage of labor, birth canal laceration (e.g., cervical laceration, vaginal laceration, and perineal laceration), fetal biparietal diameter and amniotic fluid index (within one week before birth), and pelvic measurements (including the anterior superior iliac spine diameter, iliac spine diameter, sacral shame diameter, and ischial tuberosity diameter).