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Physicians who provide obstetric care are trained to manage the unique and sometimes complex issues faced by pregnant women and their babies while still in utero.

The estimation of pregnancy dates is important for the mother, who wants to know when to expect the birth of her baby, and for her health care providers, so they may choose the times at which to perform various screening tests and assessments,such as serum screening, assessment of maturity, and induction of labor for postdate pregnancies.Correct assessment of gestational age and fetal growth is essential for optimal obstetric management.The objectives of this study were, first, to develop charts for ultrasound dating of pregnancy based on crown-rump length and biparietal diameter and, second, to derive reference curves for normal fetal growth based on biparietal diameter, head circumference, transverse cerebellar diameter, abdominal circumference and femur length from 10 weeks of gestational age onwards.This is clearly inappropriate and it is therefore necessary to continue to take a careful clinical history, to examine women carefully, and make full use of available biophysical and biochemical tests when clinically indicated.Obstetrics is a specialty of medicine that focuses on the care of pregnant women.26 May Kosovo: UN to create trust fund, following panel report on alleged rights violations by peacekeeping mission UN envoy warns of dire crisis as Gaza faces power cuts, gallons of raw sewage pouring into the sea FEATURE: UN-backed projects in the Caribbean highlight connection between life on land and life below water ‘All refugees want to go home someday’ – UNHCR spokesperson and author Melissa Fleming Libya: UN envoy calls on rival groups to immediately halt violence in Tripoli UN strongly condemns terrorist attack in Egypt Some 10,000 people fleeing west Mosul every day, UN migration agency warns Fresh violence empties city in Central African Republic; 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