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Intrauterine Effects of Multiple Births. Shannon McCarter Megan Shoemaker 11/15/2006 BS 640. http://www.liquidself.com/twins/u312c.jpg. Some Statistics. Just over 4 million births in the U.S. in 2000
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Intrauterine Effects of Multiple Births Shannon McCarter Megan Shoemaker 11/15/2006 BS 640 http://www.liquidself.com/twins/u312c.jpg

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Some Statistics Just more than 4 million births in the U.S. in 2000 3% (1 in 33) of infants were conceived as a twin or higher request numerous to moms of age 25-29 Increases to 4% at 30-34 years and right around 5% at 35-39 years The occurrence of different births has expanded in the course of recent years with triplet births being the quickest developing part. A late study demonstrated that higher-arrange births have multiplied since 1990 and quadrupled since 1980. http://www.keepkidshealthy.com/twins/twin_statistics.html http://www.focusonyourchild.com/connection/art1/A0000458.html

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Some Statistics "regular" congenial twins: 1.7% indistinguishable twins: 0.4% conjoined twins: 1 in 50-80,000 "characteristic" triplets: 1 in 8,100 twins with the utilization of fruitfulness medications: 20-25% http://www.portlandtn.net/brphotos/triplets.jpg http://www.keepkidshealthy.com/twins/twin_statistics.html

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Some Statistics Slightly more than half of all twins are guys. Roughly one-fourth of indistinguishable twins are reflect picture twins (right half of one will coordinate left half of the co-twin). In the United States, roughly 33% of twins are indistinguishable, 33% are same-sex friendly and 33% are kid/young lady. http://www.focusonyourchild.com/connection/art1/A0000458.html

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Factors in expanded numerous births Maternal family history of various births Race what number times you have been pregnant Whether or not you have had twins as of now Fertility Treatments http://www.keepkidshealthy.com/twins/twin_statistics.html

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Overview Positional Effects Vasculature Design Death of a Fetus Hormone and Pathogen Movement

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Positional Influences (IUP) Individual fluctuation in sex-related attributes might be impacted by irregularity in hormonal introduction amid fetal advancement because of the sex of neighboring hatchlings. http://www.colorado.edu/kines/Class/IPHY3730/picture/intrauterine.jpg B. Ryan et al ., 2002

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Positional Influences Male hatchlings deliver testosterone in higher sums and sooner than females Female babies create estradiol in higher sums later in growth B. Ryan et al ., 2002 http://www.mendocinobeagle.com/litter10.group.newborn1.jpg

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Positional Influences Hormone exchange diffuse through amniotic liquid go through circulation system of mother Caudal male theory ex. rats Contiguous male speculation ex. mice and gerbils B. Ryan et al ., 2002

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B. Ryan et al ., 2002

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B. Ryan et al ., 2002

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SDN-POA & IUP Sex contrasts found in the hypothalamus The sexually dimorphic core of the preoptic range (SDN-POA) is imperative in the control of sexual conduct There is a basic pre-birth period in which the neuron molding of the SDN-POA is most touchy T and E

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Fig. 1. Representative coronal segments through sexually dimorphic core of the preoptic territory (SDN-POA) with calbindin-D28k immunoreactivity in grown-up rats. The stereographic SDN-POA district is appeared by covering of 40–50 picture planes. Scale bar, 100 µm. 2F, rats gestated between two female embryos; 2M, rats gestated between two male babies. M. Pei et al ., 2006

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SDN-POA Volume Fig. 3. The volume of the sexually dimorphic core of the preoptic region (SDN-POA) examined utilizing a confocal laser checking magnifying lens. Implies ± SEM are shown by the vertical bars. (A) Comparison of guys and females. (B) Comparison of male rats gestated between two male babies (2M), male rats gestated between two female hatchlings (2F), 2M females and 2F females. *Significant contrasts ( P <  0.001). The quantity of creatures in every gathering is recorded at the base. M. Pei et al ., 2006

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Testosterone Concentration Fig. 4. The mean grouping of testosterone in the diencephalic tissue amid growth utilizing a catalyst immunoassay of testosterone. Groupings of testosterone (mean ± SEM) in male rats gestated between two male hatchlings (2M), male rats gestated between two female babies (2F), 2M female and 2F female embryos were measured. (A) Concentration on day 18 of incubation; (B) concentration on day 21 of growth. *Significant contrasts between the 2M guys and 2F guys ( P <  0.01). The quantity of creatures in every gathering is recorded at the base. M. Pei et al ., 2006

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Estradiol Concentration Fig. 5. The mean centralization of 17β-estradiol in the diencephalic tissue amid incubation utilizing a chemical immunoassay of 17β-estradiol. The convergences of 17β-estradiol (mean ± SEM) in male rats gestated between two male hatchlings (2M), male rats gestated between two female embryos (2F), 2M female and 2F female babies were measured. (A) Concentration on day 18 of growth; (B) concentration on day 21 of incubation. *Significant contrasts between the 2M guys and 2F guys ( P <  0.01). The quantity of creatures in every gathering is recorded at the base. M. Pei et al ., 2006

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Some proof in people… Some minor hormonal impacts might be available however don\'t seem to bring about an indistinguishable level on adjustments from litter bearing creatures. Sensation looking for Spontaneous otoacoustic outflows B. Ryan et al ., 2002

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Growth Restriction Factors: Genetic Epigenetic Environmental Space in uterus Nutrient Availability Placental Efficiency/Capability Maternal Size/Maturity Bazer, Wallace, and Spencer 2006.

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Growth Restriction Increased Number of Fetuses Placental deficiency Decreased placental mass per hatchling (versus single births) Low birth weights Lambs: twin = 78% of a singleton triplet = 62% of a singleton Pigs: birth weight is straightforwardly influenced by the quantity of littermates Bazer, Wallace, and Spencer 2006.

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Human Twin Pregnancy Types http://www.mombaby.org/UserFiles/File/TTTS.html

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Twin-Twin Transfusion Syndrome 1/3 of twins are monozygous 70% of these are monochorionic TTTS influences up to 15% of all MC pregnancies If left untreated, there is around a 80% death rate Y. K. Lim et al ., 2005

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TTTS Anastomoses Bi-directional blood vessel blood vessel Veno-veno Unidirectional arteriovenous anastomes TTTS happens when bi-directional anastomoses don\'t adjust for unidirectional ones Y. K. Lim et al ., 2005

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TTTS One twin (beneficiary) gets more blood and delivers more pee than the other (giver) Early finding by ultrasound is fundamental for treatment Quintero characterized stages in view of ultrasound Stages I-V http://www.fetalcarecenter.org/NR/rdonlyres/58947039-BCCC-47F9-A81A-B083674A0D6F/0/ttts.jpg U. Harkness et al ., 2005 M. Sueters et al ., 2006

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Treatment/Management Amnioreduction Septostomy or microseptostomy Y. K. Lim et al ., 2005 U. Harkness et al ., 2005

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Treatment/Management Selective laser removal of the placental anastomotic vessels (fetoscope) Selective string coagulation Y. K. Lim et al ., 2005 U. Harkness et al ., 2005

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Death of a Fetus Litter bearing animal categories Fetal passing normal Resorption Minimal impact on survivors Rats: expanded in fetal weight Due to increment in uterine space Barr, Jensh, and Brent. 1970

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Death of a Fetus Humans Risk Factors for Damage to Survivor Probability of death of second twin conversely identified with time of first passing Death in early development has insignificant impacts Monochorionic monozygotic twins/triplets Same Sex: 2-3x more vulnerable Pharoah, 2000 Johnson and Zhang, 2006

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Vanishing Twin Syndrome 25% of multifetal pregnancies result in a misfortune in first trimester negligible consequences for residual embryos more normal in monozygotic twins with monochorionic placenta Potential reason for cerebral paralysis in "singleton" youngsters? Pharoah, 2000 Johnson and Zhang, 2006

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Loss after First Trimester Less regular: .5-6.8% Possible Causes: line entrapment TTTS unending placental inadequacy inherent irregularities Greater Risk of Adverse Effects on the Surviving Twin Pharoah, 2000 Johnson and Zhang, 2006

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Prognosis for Surviving Twin Premature Birth Increased danger of neonatal passing Neurological Effects Cerebral Palsy England/Wales 1993-95: 20% hazard Encephalitis Learning Disorders Mental Retardation Pharoah, 2000 Johnson and Zhang, 2006

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Prognosis for Surviving Twin Pharoah, 2000

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Freemartins "sterile – ox-like" Incorrect Female Sex Determination in a hetero twin pregnancy Male: grows typically Female: halfway sex inversion Incidence: Cattle: 90% Sheep: 1-7% Padula, 2004. Short, 1970. Smith et. al. 2000.

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Freemartin Biology Vascular associations create between hetero twins Day 39: combination of extraembryonic films Formation of a typical chorion Sharing of cotyledons Common blood supply Day 40: testicles frame in male embryo Female presented to male hormone generation Senger, 2003.

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Freemartin Biology Default female separation pathway is intruded on Female is presented to: 1. AMH 2. Testosterone Paramesonephric pipes mostly shape Ovaries don\'t practically create May deliver E2 and testosterone Senger, 2003. Padula, 2005.

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Freemartin Phenotype Short vagina Small, atrophic gonads Possible expanded clitoris Lack of a characterized cervix Increased ano-vulval separation Lack of estrous conduct Possible male practices ("bullish") Padula, 2004. Short, 1970. Smith et. al. 2000.

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Bell, Hunter 1779.

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Maternal Infection Maternal Fever amid conveyance Risk of neonatal encephalopathy Maternal Infection Damage to hatchling Pathogen itself Immune particles (e.g. cytokines) Risk of Cerebral Palsy Karin, 2002.

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Scrapie Prion Disease influencing Sheep Infection spreads on a level plane Susceptible Genotypes: VRQ/VRQ, ARQ/VRQ, ARQ

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