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What does SUA stand for?
SUA stands for Single Umbilical Artery (obstetrics)
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We have 58 other meanings of SUA in our Acronym Attic
- Urokinase Plasminogen Activator Soluble Receptor (also seen as uPAsr)
- Single-User Rician Fading Channel
- Special Unit for Technical Cooperation Among Developing Countries
- Stand Up to Cancer
- Saint Ursula Academy (Cincinnati, OH)
- SCCP User Adaptation Layer (IETF)
- Serum Uric Acid (biochemistry)
- Shiraz University Association (Muncie, IN)
- Shut Up Already
- Silver Users Association
- Single User Account
- Small Unmanned Aircraft (various locations)
- Software Upgrade Assistant
- Soka University of America (California)
- Sokoine University of Agriculture (Tanzania)
- Special-Use Airspace
- Specified Unlawful Activity
- Spectrum User Agreement
- Spring under Axle (automotive suspension design)
- Standard User Analyzer (software)
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In this paper various conditions related to the umbilical cord and diagnosable by ultrasound will be discussed under the following headings: * Interesting to know cord data * The nuchal cord * A single umbilical artery * Velamentous insertion of the cord and vasa previa * Cord presentation * Knots: False and true * Cord varix * Cord cysts * Cord haematoma * Cord tumours: haemangiomas and teratomas.
MIAMI BEACH -- A prenatal sonographic finding of single umbilical artery is an indication for fetal echocardiography, Dr.
Three dimensional imaging enables easy visualization of the most common abnormality of the umbilical cord, the presence of a single umbilical artery, or "two-vessel cord" as well as the placental insertion.
There was no significant association between chromosomal abnormalities and, chorioid plexus cysts, renal abnormalities other than pyelectasis, echogenic cardiac foci, a single umbilical artery, polyhydramnios, extremity abnormalities, short femurs, or an abnormal biparietal diameter to femur length ratio.