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Stuart Weiner, MD

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Benjamin Franklin House
834 Chestnut Street, Suite 400
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-5000

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Implementation of a Universal Cervical Length Screening Program for the Prevention of Preterm Birth
  2. Early pregnancy failure as a training tool for chorionic villus sampling
  3. The Polish National Registry for Fetal Cardiac Pathology: Organization, diagnoses, management, educational aspects and telemedicine endeavors
  4. The Three-Vessel View in the Fetal Mediastinum in the Diagnosis of Interrupted Aortic Arch
  5. Hyperoxygenation study as a predictor of neonatal outcome in congenital cystic adenomatous malformations
  6. Perinatal echocardiography: Protocols for evaluating the fetal and neonatal heart
  7. Bipedalism and Parturition: an Evolutionary Imperative for Cesarean Delivery?
  8. Fetuses with congenital heart disease demonstrate signs of decreased cerebral impedance
  9. Massive fetal ileal duplication requiring antenatal intervention
  10. Reproducibility of Fetal Lung Volume Measurements with 3-Dimensional Ultrasonography
  11. Prenatal prediction of lethal pulmonary hypoplasia: The hyperoxygenation test for pulmonary artery reactivity
  12. Multiple courses of antenatal corticosteroids are associated with early severe lung disease in preterm neonates
  13. Maternal issues affecting the fetus
  14. Hepatic mesenchymal hamartoma associated with mesenchymal stem villous hyperplasia of the placenta
  15. Fetal cardiac development and hemodynamics in the first trimester
  16. The ex utero intrapartum treatment procedure for a large fetal neck mass in a twin gestation
  17. The effects of maternal indomethacin therapy on human fetal branch pulmonary arterial vascular impedance
  18. Plasma thyroid hormones in premature infants: Effect of gestational age and antenatal thyrotropin-releasing hormone treatment
  19. Reactivity of the human fetal pulmonary circulation to maternal hyperoxygenation increases during the second half of pregnancy: A randomized study
  20. Cervical ultrasonography compared with manual examination as a predictor of preterm delivery