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The Resource Arias' Practical Guide to High-Risk Pregnancy and Delivery - E-Book : A South Asian Perspective

Arias' Practical Guide to High-Risk Pregnancy and Delivery - E-Book : A South Asian Perspective

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Arias' Practical Guide to High-Risk Pregnancy and Delivery - E-Book : A South Asian Perspective
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Arias' Practical Guide to High-Risk Pregnancy and Delivery - E-Book
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A South Asian Perspective
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Arias' Practical Guide to High-Risk Pregnancy and Delivery - E-Book : A South Asian Perspective
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Arias' Practical Guide to High-Risk Pregnancy and Delivery - E-Book : A South Asian Perspective
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  • Front cover -- Front matter -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Preface -- Contributors -- Table of contents -- 1 Prenatal diagnosis of chromosomal abnormalities -- Introduction -- Types of chromosomal abnormalities -- Numerical abnormalities -- Structural changes -- Screening -- First trimester -- Nuchal translucency -- Maternal age -- Biochemical markers -- Additional first trimester ultrasound markers for chromosomal abnormalities -- Special circumstances -- Women with HIV -- Second trimester screening -- Biochemical markers -- Beta-hcg -- Alpha fetoprotein -- Free estriol -- Inhibin a -- Comprehensive ultrasound -- Triple test -- Quadruple test -- Diagnostic testing -- Chorionic villus sampling -- Amniocentesis -- Non-invasive prenatal testing -- Multiple pregnancy -- Twin pregnancies -- Triplet pregnancies -- Indian experience of chromosomal abnormalities -- References -- 2 Fetal dysmorphology -- Introduction -- Central nervous system abnormalities -- Neural tube defects -- Anencephaly -- Spina bifida -- Ventriculomegaly -- Holoprosencephaly -- Agenesis of corpus callosum -- Abnormalities of the neck -- Cystic hygroma -- Cardiac abnormalities -- Ventricular septal defect -- Atrio-ventricular septal defects -- Atrial septal defect -- Hypoplastic left heart syndrome -- Tetralogy of fallot -- Double outlet right ventricle -- Ebstein's anomaly -- Coarctation of aorta -- Transposition of great arteries -- Cardiomyopathies -- Fetal arrhythmias -- Cardiac tumours -- Thoracic abnormalities -- Congenital diaphragmatic hernia -- Congenital cystic adenoid malformation of the lungs -- Bronchopulmonary sequestration -- Hydrothorax (fig. 2.8) -- Abdominal abnormalities -- Gastroschisis -- Exomphalos -- Abnormalities of the urinary tract -- Hydronephrosis -- Obstructive uropathy -- Multicystic dysplastic kidneys
  • Autosomal recessive (infantile) polycystic kidney disease -- Adult pckd -- Skeletal abnormalities -- Lethal skeletal dysplasias -- Thanatophoric dysplasias -- Achondrogenesis -- Osteogenesis imperfecta type 2 -- Non-lethal skeletal dysplasias -- Achondroplasia -- Sacro-coccygeal teratoma -- Miscellaneous -- Oligohydramnios -- Polyhydramnios -- Non-immune hydrops -- Environmental fetal risks -- Diagnostic radiation in pregnancy -- Alcohol and recreational drug use -- Substance misuse -- Cocaine -- Benzodiazepines -- Opiates including heroine -- Medications in pregnancy -- Anti-epileptic drugs (aeds) -- Antidepressants -- Progesterone -- Steroids -- Antimicrobials -- Metronidazole -- Antihypertensives -- Diuretics -- Beta-blockers -- Antimalarials -- Antituberculosis agents -- Anticancer drugs -- Methotrexate -- Azathioprine -- Aspirin -- Indian experience of fetal dysmorphology -- Liquor amnii and its significance in monitoring fetal health -- Hydramnios -- References -- 3 Impact of advances in genetics on prenatal diagnosis -- Introduction -- Methods of prenatal diagnosis -- Non-invasive procedures -- Invasive procedures -- Confirmatory tests for prenatal diagnosis -- Chromosome abnormalities1 -- Single gene analysis -- Chorionic villus sampling -- Amniocentesis -- Fetal blood sampling -- Chromosome analysis -- Standard karyotype (fig. 3.1) -- Karyotype nomenclature -- Translocation -- Robersonian translocation -- Balanced reciprocal translocation (fig. 3.5) -- Inversions -- Chromosome deletions and duplications -- Marker chromosomes -- Chromosome mosaicism -- Molecularly based karyotype tests -- Quantitative fluorescent polymerase chain reaction -- Techniques for identification of smaller chromosome abnormalities -- Fluorescent in situ hybridisation (fish) (fig. 3.9) -- Multiple ligation probe amplification (mlpa) (fig. 3.10)
  • Prenatal bacterial artificial chromosomes on beads (bobs) -- Comparative genomic hybridization (cgh) -- Free fetal DNA (fig. 3.12) -- Single gene disorders -- Inheritance patterns -- Pedigree drawing symbols (fig. 3.13) -- Molecular techniques for identifying mutations in single gene disorders -- Sanger sequencing (fig. 3.18) -- Amplification refractory mutations system (arms) test -- Next generation sequencing (ngs) -- Free fetal DNA (ffdna) and single gene analysis -- Indications for invasive prenatal diagnosis -- Maternal screening -- Mutation identification -- Single mutation causing the disease -- Small number of mutations cause the majority of disease -- Diseases caused by multiple mutations in multiple genes -- Non-invasive methods of prenatal diagnosis -- Ultrasound -- Fetal dysmorphology -- Fetal MRI -- Databases and useful resources -- References -- Further reading -- 4 Fetal infections -- Introduction -- Cytomegalovirus (cmv) -- Virology -- Epidemiology -- Implication for fetal infection -- Ultrasound signs and symptoms -- Laboratory investigation -- Management -- Postnatal management -- Cmv infection: Indian experience -- Toxoplasmosis -- Microbiology -- Epidemiology -- Implications for fetal infections -- Ultrasound signs and symptoms -- Laboratory investigation -- Management -- Postnatal management -- Toxoplasmosis: Indian experience -- Rubella (german measles) -- Virology -- Epidemiology -- Implications for fetal infection -- Ultrasound signs and symptoms -- Laboratory investigations -- Management -- Post-natal management -- Rubella epidemiology: Indian experience -- Parvovirus b19 (pb19) -- Virology -- Epidemiology -- Implications of fetal infection -- Ultrasound signs and symptoms -- Laboratory investigations -- Management -- Post-natal management -- Varicella zoster (chickenpox) -- Virology -- Epidemiology
  • Implications of fetal infection -- Ultrasound signs and symptoms -- Laboratory investigations -- Management -- Post-natal management -- Syphilis -- Microbiology -- Epidemiology -- Implication for fetal infection -- Ultrasound signs and symptoms -- Laboratory investigations -- Management -- Postnatal management -- Group b streptococcus -- Risk factors for early onset gbs sepsis -- Maternal and neonatal colonization and infection -- Screening -- Prevention of neonatal infection -- Treatment of maternal infection -- Immunization -- Group b streptococci infection: Indian experience -- Viral hepatitis -- Hepatitis A -- Hepatitis B -- Virology -- Epidemiology -- Maternal infection -- Implications for fetal infection -- Ultrasound signs and symptoms -- Laboratory investigations -- Management -- Postnatal management -- Hepatitis C -- Viral hepatitis: Indian experience -- Genital herpes (hsv) -- Virology -- Maternal infection -- Implication for fetal infection -- Ultrasound signs and symptoms (box 4.14) -- Laboratory investigations -- Management -- Hsv infection: Indian experience -- Human immunodeficiency virus infection -- Virology -- Epidemiology -- Maternal infection -- Implications for fetal infection -- Diagnosis -- Ultrasound signs and symptoms -- Management -- Postnatal management -- HIV in pregnancy: Indian experience -- Malaria -- Microbiology -- Epidemiology -- Implication for maternal and fetal infection -- Ultrasound signs and symptoms -- Laboratory investigation -- Management -- Infection as a possible cause following ultrasound scan findings -- Positive torch test result -- References -- 5 Fetal growth restriction -- Concept -- Definition -- Type of smallness -- Error in pregnancy dating -- Symmetry and asymmetry -- Constitutionally small fetuses -- Structural or chromosomal abnormality -- Fetal infection -- Placental insufficiency
  • Risk factors -- Maternal characteristics (assessed at booking and during pregnancy) -- Maternal medical history (assessed at booking) -- Obstetric history (assessed at booking) -- Current pregnancy findings/complications -- Substance abuse (assessed at booking and during pregnancy) -- Screening for sga due to placental insufficiency -- Uterine artery doppler -- Diagnosis -- Ultrasound biometry -- Clinical examination -- Biophysical tests -- Investigations to be undertaken for differential diagnosis -- Invasive prenatal diagnosis -- Test for maternal/fetal infection -- Doppler assessment -- Fetal surveillance -- Fetal biometry -- Doppler assessment -- Uterine artery doppler -- Umbilical artery doppler -- Middle cerebral artery and ductus venosus doppler -- Amniotic fluid volume -- Biophysical profile -- Cardiotocography -- Interventions in preterm sga -- Prevention of sga -- Timing of delivery -- Fetal and neonatal problems associated with fgr -- Fetal hypoxia and acidosis -- Stillbirth -- Oligohydramnios -- Intrapartum complications -- Neonatal complications -- Respiratory distress syndrome (rds) -- Meconeum aspiration syndrome -- Persistent fetal circulation -- Intraventricular haemorrhage (ivh) -- Newborn encephalopathy -- Hypoglycaemia -- Hypocalcaemia -- Hyperviscosity syndrome -- Long-term outcome -- Indian experience of fetal growth restriction -- References -- 6 Early pregnancy complications -- Introduction -- Presentation-based approach to complications in early pregnancy -- Bleeding in early pregnancy -- Causes of bleeding in early pregnancy -- Clinical evaluation of a woman with early pregnancy bleeding -- Blood investigations in early pregnancy bleeding -- Transvaginal ultrasound in early pregnancy bleeding -- Miscarriage - clinical terminologies -- Management of threatened miscarriage (viable intrauterine pregnancy with bleeding)
  • Management of other miscarriage scenarios (nonviable intrauterine pregnancy)
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