Risks associated with Single Umbilical Artery

Single umbilical artery is common in twin pregnancies and babies born to women with diabetes, epilepsy, pre-eclampsia, oligohydramnios, hydramnios, and antepartum hemorrhage. It is associated with a congenital fetal malformation (20-25%). It could also increase the risk of abortion, fetal aneuploidy, prematurity, IUGR and increased perinatal mortality. 

Question: In the case of isolated single umbilical artery, invasive procedures are recommended. True/False

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