Williams Obstetrics, 24th Edition

APPENDIX

  I. SERUM AND BLOOD CONSTITUENTS

 II. MATERNAL ECHOCARDIOGRAPHIC MEASUREMENTS

 III. FETAL SONOGRAPHIC MEASUREMENTS

APPENDIX I. Serum and Blood Constituents

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APPENDIX II. Maternal Echocardiographic Measurements

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APPENDIX III. Fetal Sonographic Measurements

TABLE III-1. Mean Gestational Sac Diameter and Crown-Rump Length and Corresponding Menstrual Age

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TABLE III-2. Mean Gestational Age Percentiles Corresponding to Crown-Rump Length (CRL) Measurements

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TABLE III-3. Fetal Weight Percentiles According to Gestational Age

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TABLE III-4. Smoothed Birth Weight Percentiles for Twins with Dichorionic Placentation

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TABLE III-5. Smoothed Birth Weight Percentiles for Twins with Monochorionic Placentation

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TABLE III-6. Fetal Thoracic Circumference Measurements (cm) According to Gestational Age

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TABLE III-7. Length of Fetal Long Bones (mm) According to Gestational Age

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TABLE III-8. Ocular Parameters According to Gestational Age

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TABLE III-9. Transverse Cerebellar Diameter Measurements According to Gestational Age

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TABLE III-10. Reference Values for Umbilical Artery Doppler Indices

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