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Pyélectasie foetale : diagnostic anténatal, pronostic et prise en charge néonatals

Abstract : A fetal pyelectasis can be diagnosed by an ultrasound, when the anteroposterior diameter of the renal pelvis is >= 4mm at 22 weeks of gestation, and/or >=7mm at 32 weeks of gestation. This diagnosis is frequent, but it's pathological value is controversed. The retrospective study was based on 133 babies born at the CHU of Caen, who had antenatal pyelectasis. We finaly found that there were significantly more uropathies for the "severe" forms, but some "moderate" or "minimal" forms have necessitated surgery, and some of the "severe" forms have spontaneously regressed. Every pyelectasis needs postnatal monitoring, regardless of the degree of expansion.
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Adèle Agostini. Pyélectasie foetale : diagnostic anténatal, pronostic et prise en charge néonatals. Gynécologie et obstétrique. 2013. ⟨dumas-00872277⟩

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