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  • Ultrasound-based gestational-age estimation in late pregnancy 

    Papageorghiou, A. T.; Kemp, B.; Stones, W.; Ohuma, E. O.; Kennedy, S. H.; Purwar, M.; Salomon, L. J.; Altman, D. G.; Noble, J. A; Bertino, E.; Gravett, M. G.; Pang, R.; Cheikh Ismail, L.; Barros, F. C.; Lambert, A.; Jaffer, Y. A.; Victora, C. G.; Bhutta, Z. A.; Villar, J.; for the Internatinal Fetal and Newborn Growth Consortium for the 21st Century (INTERGROWTH-21st) (2016-12-09) - Journal article
    Objectives . Accurate gestational age (GA) estimation, preferably by ultrasound measurement of fetal crown rump length before 14 weeks’ gestation, is an important component of high-quality antenatal care. The objective was ...