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Measure: Fetal Growth Assessment - Percentiles for U.S. Populations   #241500


This measure includes abstraction of fetal growth and ultrasound information from a medical record.


Fetal growth is a gestational age-dependent measure of fetal size, measured in grams, in relation to a defined standard growth curve. Fetal growth at both extremes of pathology (Small for gestational age [SGA] and large for gestational age [LGA]) affects fetal/neonatal outcome and has been linked with a variety of comorbidities encountered in later life.



Pregnancy, gestational age, fetal ultrasound, fetal weight, due date, Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, National Institutes of Health

Measure Release Date: April 11, 2017

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