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Fetal Diseases +     
Acute Fatty Liver of Pregnancy 
chorea gravidarum 
chorioamnionitis +   
cocoon syndrome  
Diabetic Embryopathy  
Echogenic Bowel 
ectopic pregnancy +   
fetal alcohol spectrum disorder +   
Fetal Death +   
Fetal Diseases +   
fetal erythroblastosis +   
Fetal Growth Retardation +   
Fetal Hypoxia  
Fetal Macrosomia +   
Fetal Nutrition Disorders  
gestational diabetes +   
Hypertension, Pregnancy-Induced +   
Hyperthyroidism, Familial Gestational  
intrahepatic cholestasis of pregnancy +   
Maternal Death 
Maternal Phenylketonuria  
meconium aspiration syndrome  
Morning Sickness +  
Multiple Pterygium Syndrome, Lethal Type  
Neoplastic Pregnancy Complications +   
Nuchal Cord 
A complication of pregnancy in which the UMBILICAL CORD wraps around the fetal neck once or multiple times. In some cases, cord entanglement around fetal neck may not affect pregnancy outcome significantly. In others, the nuchal cord may lead to restricted fetal blood flow, oxygen transport, fetal development, fetal movement, and complicated delivery at birth.
Obstetric Labor Complications +   
oligohydramnios +   
Pelvic Floor Disorders 
pemphigoid gestationis 
Perinatal Death  
placenta disease +   
polyhydramnios +   
Pregnancy Complications, Cardiovascular +   
Pregnancy Complications, Hematologic 
Pregnancy Complications, Infectious +   
Pregnancy in Diabetics +   
Pregnancy, Prolonged 
Prenatal Injuries +   
Pruritic Urticarial Papules Plaques of Pregnancy 
Puerperal Disorders +   
Spontaneous Abortions +   
Twinning due to Superfetation 

Exact Synonyms: Double Nuchal Cord ;   Fetal Cord Entanglement ;   Fetal Cord Entanglements ;   Quadruple Nuchal Cord ;   Single Nuchal Cord ;   Triple Nuchal Cord
Primary IDs: MESH:D053589 ;   RDO:0007627
Definition Sources: MESH:D053589

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