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  1. ... a method of determining the risk that the fetus will be born with certain genetic abnormalities. This ... is tissue in the uterus that links the fetus and the mother’s blood supply. These cells ...
  2. ... characterized by specific bone abnormalities in the developing fetus. This condition is fatal before birth.The bones ...
  3. ... 4B Harlequin baby syndrome HI Ichthyosis congenita, harlequin fetus type Genetic Testing Registry: Autosomal recessive congenital ichthyosis ...
  4. ... may have a harmful effect on a developing fetus, increasing the likelihood of developing caudal regression syndrome. The risks to the fetus are further increased if the mother's diabetes ...
  5. ... this condition.Severe preeclampsia can also affect the fetus, with impairment of blood and oxygen flow leading ... pregnancy, blood volume normally increases to support the fetus, and the mother's body must adjust to ...
  6. ... genes. This protein starts processes that cause a fetus to develop male gonads (testes) and prevent the ... Without functional sex-determining region Y protein, a fetus will not develop testes but will develop a ...
  7. ... one copy of the HADHA gene and the fetus she carries has two copies of a HADHA ... metabolized long-chain fatty acids produced by the fetus or placenta accumulate in the mother and are ...
  8. ... a woman who is pregnant with an affected fetus, abnormal levels of sex hormones in the fetus may cause her to have mild, temporary signs ...
  9. ... between the mother's blood supply and the fetus. This conversion in the placenta prevents androgens from ... In women who are pregnant with an affected fetus, excess androgens in the placenta pass into the ...
  10. ... birth. Excess fluid may build up around the fetus (polyhydramnios) and in the fetus' body. Affected fetuses have a condition called fetal ...
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