Volume 59, Number 8. Ahmet Alexander Baschat, MD. Normal fetal growth depends on the genetically predetermined growth potential and is modu- lated by fetal, placental, maternal, and external factors. Fetuses with intrauterine growth restriction IUGR are at high risk for poor short- and long-term outcome. Although there are many underlying etiologies, IUGR resulting from placental insufficiency is most relevant clinically because outcome could be altered by appropriate diagnosis and timely delivery. A diagnostic approach that aims to separate IUGR resulting from placental disease from constitutionally small fetuses and those with other underlying etiologies e.

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Retardo del crecimiento intrauterino (RCIU)

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