Placental Pathology: Useful for Undiagnosed Small for Gestational Age Neonates?
ACOG ePoster. Leftwich H. Apr 27, 2018; 211544; 14A
Heidi Leftwich
Heidi Leftwich
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Introduction: Up to 75% of babies born growth restricted were undiagnosed prior to delivery. Certain placental changes have associated with growth restriction. Our objective is to determine if these changes are increased in cases with ultrasound estimated fetal weight (EFW) 10-20%.

Methods: Retrospective analysis on singleton placentas from 2011 to 2016. Exclusion criteria were less than 24 weeks' gestation or EFW 10th%. Pregnancies with EFW 10-20% were more likely in women who were younger, nulliparous, had lower BMI, less gestational weight gain, and delivered less than a week earlier (p20%. There were more placentas with decreased placental weight in the EFW 10-20% group (p
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