Bulletin of fundamental and clinic medicine, 2022 №1

Subject of the article



Rabiev Sanjar Nasritdinovich


Bukhara State Medical Institute


Relevance. Modern visualization techniques allow us to obtain a sufficient amount of information about the anatomometric features of the fetus. However, systematic studies on the relationship between the mother's somatotype and fetometric parameters of the fetus at the stages of its development in women with different somatotypes have not been conducted. The purpose of the study was to establish the features of fetometric parameters in pregnant fetuses of different height and body type at the stages of ultrasound screening examinations. Material and research methods. This study was performed based on the analysis of pregnancy and childbirth histories of 205 pregnant women for the period 2017-2020. The study was conducted on the basis of the regional perinatal center of the Bukhara region. All pregnant women had a singleton pregnancy and were in the age group from 21 to 36 years, body weight from 58 kg to 95 kg and height from 150 to 171 cm. Conclusion. Extreme forms of individual anatomical variability of pelvic dimensions among the growth-somatotypic groups identified in the study are observed in short dolichomorphic pregnant women (minimum values) and tall brachymorphic pregnant women (maximum value).

Key words

fetometry, ultrasound, biparietal size, head circumference, frontal-occipital size.


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