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From: Reduced growth velocity from the mid-trimester is associated with placental insufficiency in fetuses born at a normal birthweight

Fig. 2

Twenty- to 36-week EFW and AC growth velocities and measures of placental insufficiency linear regression results. Cerebroplacental ratio (CPR) multiples of the median (MoM) according to a 20–36-week estimated fetal weight (EFW) growth velocity; b 20–36-week abdominal circumference (AC) growth velocity. Ponderal Index according to c 20–36-week EFW growth velocity; d 20–36 week AC growth velocity. Neonatal body fat percentage (BF%) as estimated by skinfold measurements according to e 20–36-week EFW growth velocity; f 20–36 week AC growth velocity. Neonatal BF% as estimated by air displacement plethysmography (ADP) according to g 20–36-week EFW growth velocity; h 20–36 week AC growth velocity

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