A 30-year-old female asked:
Nt scan/blood results: 1.5mm; hcg 1.34mom; papp 0.37mom; measures 2 days behind ga (11wks.5d). mom: 30yrs old. how likely is placental insufficiency?
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Obstetrics and Gynecology 22 years experience
Low Papp-A: Individual test results must be interpreted by the ordering physician who has all the information and can apply it to the clinical scenario. Low 1st TM PAPP-A levels can be associated with fetal growth restriction later in pregnancies. Typically serial fetal growth sonograms are done periodically throughout the pregnancy to monitor for this.
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Last updated May 11, 2016
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