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Short- and Long-Term Growth as a Function of Abnormal Doppler Flow in Growth-Restricted Fetuses

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Premature closure of the ductus arteriosus- case presentation

.L., Nicoloso L.H., Menezes H., Busato A., Moraes M.R., Silva J., Bender L., Pizzato P., Aita L., Alievi M., Vian I., Ameida L.: Maternal consumption of polyphenol-rich foods in late pregnancy and fetal ductus arteriosus flow dynamics. J Perinatol 2010;30(1):17-21. 8. Zielinsky P., Piccoli A.L Jr., Manica J.L., Nicoloso L.H.: New insights on fetal ductal constriction: role of maternal ingestion of polyphenol-rich foods. Expert Rev Cardiovasc Ther 2010;8(2):291-298. 9. Respondek-Liberska M.: Kardiologia prenatalna dla położników i kardiologów

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Early neonatal surgery for congenital heart defects after prenatal diagnosis of restricted foramen ovale as the priority procedure?

closure of fetal foramen ovale”. Birth Defects 23:433-442 14. Feit LR, JA Copel, CS Kleinman. 1991. “Foramen ovale size in the normal and abnormal human fetal heart: an indicator of transatrial flow physiology”. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 1:313-319 15. Phillipos EZ, MA Robertson, KD Still. 1994. “The echocardiographic assessment of the human fetal foramen ovale”. J Am Soc Echocardiogr 7:257-263 16. Kiserud T, S Rasmussen. 2001. “Ultrasound assessment of the fetal foramen ovale”. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 17:119-124. doi:10

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Prenatal Diagnosis of TAPVC on Monday, Delivery of Tuesday and Cardiac Surgery at Wednesday - A Model of Perinatal Care in 3rd Trimester in Case of Fetal/Neonatal Critical Heart Defect in Tertiary Center.

Diagn Ther. 2002 Sep-Oct;17(5):298-301. 16. Kawazu Y, Inamura N, Shiono N, Kanagawa N, Narita J, Hamamichi Y, Kayatani F.’Post-LA space index’ as a potential novel marker for the prenatal diagnosis of isolated total anomalous pulmonary venous connection. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol. 2014 Dec;44(6) 17. Volpe P, Campobasso G, De Robertis V, Di Paolo S, Caruso G, Stanziano A, Volpe N, Gentile M. Two- and four-dimensional echocardiography with B-flow imaging and spatiotemporal image correlation in prenatal diagnosis of isolated total anomalous pulmonary venous

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Interartery discordance in fetuses with growth restriction

restriction at term: Randomised equivalence trial (DIGITAT). BMJ. 2010;341:c7087. doi: 10.1136/bmj.c7087 [doi]. 7. Spong CY, Mercer BM, D’alton M, Kilpatrick S, Blackwell S, Saade G. Timing of indicated late-preterm and early-term birth. Obstet Gynecol. 2011;118(2 Pt 1):323-333 [Review, Guideline]. 8. Predanic M, Kolli J, Yousefzadeh P, Pennisi J. Disparate blood flow patterns in parallel umbilical arteries. Obstet Gynecol. 1998;91(5 Pt 1):757-760. 9. Predanic M, Perni SC. Antenatal assessment of discordant umbilical arteries

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Constriction of Fetal Ductus Arteriosus and Maternal Intake of Polyphenol-Rich Foods

components of Emblica officinalis extract by using an HPTLC-DPPH* method. J Sep Sci 2007, 30 (9): 1250-4 157. Zielinsky P, et al.: Maternal restriction of polyphenols and fetal ductal dynamics in normal pregnancy: an open clinical trial. Arq Bras Cardiol 2013, 101 (3): 217-225 158. Zielinsky P, et al.: Maternal consumption of polyphenol-rich foods in late pregnancy and fetal ductus arteriosus flow dynamics. J Perinatol 2010, 30 (1): 17-21 159. Zielinsky P, et al.: New insights on fetal ductal constriction: role of maternal

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Original paper. Do Umbilical Cord Wrapped Around the Fetal Body Can Mimic Signs of Aortal Coarctation?

-34. 20. Tchirikov M, Eisermann K, Rybakowski C, Schroeder HJ. Doppler Ultrasound Evaluation of Ductus Venosus Blood Flow During Acute Hypoxemia in Fetal Lambs. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 1998;11 (6): 426-431. 21. Joura EA, Zeisler H, Sator MO. Epidemiology and clinical value of true cord knots. Wien Summary Klin Wochenschr. 1998; 110: 232-5. 22. Ramon y Cajal CL, Martínez RO. Four-dimensional ultrasonography of a true knot of the umbilical cord. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2006; 195: 896-8. 23. Hershkovitz R, Silberstein T

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Emergency Cesarean Section in Case of Aneurysm of the Muscular Intraventricular Septum with Neonatal Follow-up - A Case Report and Review of the Literature

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We present the case of aneurysm of the muscular intraventricular septum with accompanying cardiomegaly and abnormal venous flow patterns requiring emergency cesarean section and specialized neonatal treatment. At the age of 8 months our patient has no clinical symptoms with a 6 mm scar in intraventricular muscular septum..

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Anomalous Pulmonary Venous Return with Stenosis in Complex Left Heart Defect - Lethal Anomaly - 3 Cases Report

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In prenatal cardiology center 3 cases of anomalous pulmonary venous return with pulmonary venous stenosis were diagnosed on the basis of continues Doppler blood flow (V max >100 cm/sec). In each of 3 cases left heart defect was diagnosed at 29th, 35th and 36th week of gestation. In each case newborn died on the 1st or 2nd day of life before qualification to cardiac surgery. At present, anomalous pulmonary venous return with pulmonary venous stenosis and complex heart defect in fetus seems to be lethal cardiac defect.

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New classifications of prenatally diagnosed congenital heart defects and their influence of neonatal survivability

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Attempts to adapt the classifications of pediatric congenital heart defects (CHD) to prenatal cardiology have been lasting for many years. The paediatric cardiology CHD classifications are mainly based on anatomic details and/or pulmonary blood flow and are not always useful in fetal medicine. Because of these reasons and also many more, adaptation attempts of congenital heart defects of children, from pediatric to prenatal cardiology have not brought desired effects.Clinical course in utero and at delivery can now be predicted, and as a consequence, fetal medicine specialists are being asked to consider the fetus as a patient and the transition to postnatal life is an important part of care. The new prenatal classifications of CHD shows new particular group of CHD, requiring emergent procedure after birth. Thanks to organizing special delivery room with special team of specialist we can much more improve the outcome, especially in severest CHD.

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