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Photograph 1: Macrosomic baby of the mother with PGDM that is poorly controlled. (From A.Coban with permission). Nevin Dinccag. İstanbul University, İstanbul Faculty of Medicine, Endocrinology and Metabolism Division. İstanbul- Turkey.

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Photograph 1 macrosomic baby of the mother with pgdm that is poorly controlled

Photograph 1: Macrosomic baby of the mother with PGDM that is poorly controlled.

(From A.Coban with permission)

Nevin Dinccag. İstanbul University, İstanbul Faculty of Medicine,

Endocrinology and Metabolism Division. İstanbul- Turkey


Photograph 1 macrosomic baby of the mother with pgdm that is poorly controlled

Photograph 1: Macrosomic baby of the mother with PGDM that is uncontrolled.

-Delivery information: Caeserian section is performed at 39th weekof gestation period in order to avoid birth travma.

-Newborn information: Head remains unaffected, but the body can hypertrophy[Weight 4050 gram(>90.percentile), height: 152 cm (>90.percentile), head circumference: 34 cm(50-75. percentile) ]

-Other neonatal complications:Expecting hypoglycaemia shortly after birth is prevented via % 10 glucose infusion; erytrocytosis was observed but no treatment was required; on contrary hyperbilirubinemia that observed at 4th day after birth was treated with phototherapy


Photograph 1 macrosomic baby of the mother with pgdm that is poorly controlled

Photograph 2: Hypertricosis pinnea is an important stigmata of macrosomic baby.

(From A.Coban with permission)

Nevin Dinccag. İstanbul University, İstanbul Faculty of Medicine,

Endocrinology and Metabolism Division. İstanbul- Turkey


Photograph 1 macrosomic baby of the mother with pgdm that is poorly controlled

Photograph 3: Macrosomic baby of the mother with GDM that is poorly controlled.

(From A.Coban with permission)

Nevin Dinccag. İstanbul University, İstanbul Faculty of Medicine,

Endocrinology and Metabolism Division. İstanbul- Turkey


Photograph 1 macrosomic baby of the mother with pgdm that is poorly controlled

Photograph 4: Macrosomic baby of the mother with GDM that is poorly controlled.

(From A.Coban with permission)

Nevin Dinccag. İstanbul University, İstanbul Faculty of Medicine,

Endocrinology and Metabolism Division. İstanbul- Turkey


Photograph 1 macrosomic baby of the mother with pgdm that is poorly controlled

Photograph 3 and 4: Macrosomic baby of the mother with GDM

- Delivery information: Caeserian section is performed at 38th week of gestation period in order to avoid birth travma.

- Newborn information:Head remains unaffected, but the body can hypertrophy [Weight 4230 gram(>90.percentile), height: 153 cm (>90.percentile)head circumference: 35 cm (75-90. percentile) ]

- Other neonatal complications:Hypoglycaemia developped shortly after birth and treated by 10% glucose infusion. Transient tachypnea of newborn (TTN) was resolved 2nd day of period after birth.


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