Cytogenetic results, the evolution of the pregnancies, ultrasonographic images and pathologic studies were reviewed. Chromosome analysis were performed in 25 cases: 18 in amniotic fluid, 9 in chorionic villi and 2 in blood of the newborn. In one of these, the karyotype was normal, male; in the other, the cell culture was unsuccessful. In other cases with normal chromosomes, the pathologic study of the fetus or stillborn showed congenital malformations that could explain the development of hydrops. The proposed protocol fluxogram should facilitate the etiologic diagnosis, thus allowing genetic counseling and prevention of recurrence.
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Informe de un caso Anuncio www. Background: Hydrops fetalis is a clinical condition characterized by an abnormal fluid accumulation in soft tissues and in some serous cavities of the fetus. It is important to know beforehand if this condition is present in order to establish the most probable origin and to be prepared to administer optimal reanimation management of the neonate at birth.
The care given to a newborn with hydrops fetalis is always a challenge for the neonatologist. Case report. We present the case of a pregnant, nonisoimmunized patient with RhO negative blood type. Delivery was accomplished with Cesarean section where a female neonate of 32 weeks gestation was delivered.
Non-immune hydrops fetalis was present. We present recommendations for optimal diagnosis and therapy. Informe de un caso. Figura 1. Figura 2. Figura 3. Ecocardiograma en modo B en toma subcostal eje corto a nivel de grandes vasos, donde se observa la continuidad entre la arteria pulmonar y aorta descendente por el conducto arterioso permeable. Este manejo a pesar de ser controversial, fue aplicado con las precauciones recomendadas. Cuadro 1. Autor de correspondencia: Herminia Uscanga Carrasco.
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Informe de un caso Anuncio www. Background: Hydrops fetalis is a clinical condition characterized by an abnormal fluid accumulation in soft tissues and in some serous cavities of the fetus. It is important to know beforehand if this condition is present in order to establish the most probable origin and to be prepared to administer optimal reanimation management of the neonate at birth. The care given to a newborn with hydrops fetalis is always a challenge for the neonatologist.
Hidropesía fetal. A propósito de un caso
Sazil Participation is free and the site has a strict confidentiality policy. Mirror syndrome may represent a form of preeclampsia, and is characterized by edema in approximately 90 percent, hypertension in 60 percent, and proteinuria in 40 percent of cases. Tiene una incidencia entre 1: However, many of these reports predate routine sonography and limited information is available on contemporary incidence of NIHF in a prenatal population. Peer comments on this answer tetal responses from the answerer. In one retrospective series, preterm birth prior to 34 weeks was a poor prognostic factor.