IUGR: 1. Originally, intrauterine growth retardation. 2. More recently, intrauterine growth restriction.
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intrauterine growth retardation (or restriction).
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Inadequate fetal growth during pregnancy. When a baby is diagnosed with IUGR, they may be described as small for gestational age as well. A fetus that has been diagnosed with intrauterine growth restriction normally weighs less than 90% of all other fetuses that are the same gestational age. Intrauterine growth restriction occurs when the cell...
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