What Is Absent End Diastolic Flow?


Absent end diastolic flow (AEDF) in indicates a situation where a baby's growth is sluggish or ceases when it is still in the uterus. The condition is common up to the 16th week but if it happens after that it is known as placental insufficiency.
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