Amniotic Fluid Sludge in Cerclage Patients as an Indicator for Increased Risk of Preterm Delivery and Neonatal Outcome.
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Amniotic Fluid "Sludge" Does Not Increase Risk of Preterm Delivery in Cerclage Patients.
Condition or disease
High Risk PregnancyIncompetent CervixCerclageAmniotic Fluid SludgeGestation Age at Delivery.
177 patients were selected from a data base of 1890. 60 patients had sludge, 117 did not have sludge. Conclusion AF sludge on ultrasound had no association with increased risk of preterm delivery in patients with cerclage.
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Ages Eligible for Study:
18 Years to 50 Years (Adult)
Sexes Eligible for Study:
Accepts Healthy Volunteers:
Patients at CMFM
Pregnancy Outcome data available
Neonatal Outcome data available
Pre and Post Cerclage Cervical length measurements
Hx of cervical procedures, if any, available
Cervical ultrasound picture(s) unacceptable
Any missing maternal or fetal data as stated above