Congenital cystic adenomatous malformation

Congenital cystic adenomatous malformation (CCAM) is a space occupying cystic lesion of the lungs that can lead to cardiac failure by causing mediastinal shift leading to cardiac and vascular compression. Fetuses that develop hydrops with CCAM have a very poor prognosis which can be improved by in utero open hysterotomy and resection of the CCAM with improved survival (60%) [27]. However, less invasive procedures such as cyst aspiration or cyst shunting may also be considered before open hysterotomy.

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Getting Back Into Shape After The Pregnancy

Getting Back Into Shape After The Pregnancy

Once your pregnancy is over and done with, your baby is happily in your arms, and youre headed back home from the hospital, youll begin to realize that things have only just begun. Over the next few days, weeks, and months, youre going to increasingly notice that your entire life has changed in more ways than you could ever imagine.

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