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Isolated single umbilical artery: Implications for pregnancy
Eastern Journal Of Medicine
This study aimed to evaluate whether the presence of an isolated single umbilical artery (iSUA) is associated with a dverse perinatal outcomes. Fifty-one patients with iSUA and 54 controls were enrolled in the case-control study. Demographic characteristics and perinatal outcomes were recorded. All patients had normal umbilical artery (UMA) Doppler findings, and their de tailed ultrasound weeks were between 18 and 23 weeks. The birth weights of the babies in the iSUA group were significantlydoi:10.5505/ejm.2020.13540 fatcat:rtxcgunopvbwhaf4vkub2qpzp4