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Review
. 1990 Oct;7(4):370-3.
doi: 10.1055/s-2007-999526.

Isolated Fetal Ascites: Prenatal Diagnosis and Management

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Isolated Fetal Ascites: Prenatal Diagnosis and Management

H N Winn et al. Am J Perinatol. .

Abstract

The perinatal outcomes of four patients with isolated fetal ascites were evaluated. The ascites disappeared prior to delivery in 50% of the cases and was resolved shortly after delivery in the remainder. Excellent neonatal outcomes were observed. Thus, isolated fetal ascites may represent a separate condition that significantly differs from the general category of nonimmune hydrops in both perinatal courses and prognoses. The prenatal diagnosis and management of this condition are discussed.

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