Christoph C. Lees

Christoph C. Lees

Fetal Medicine Department, Rosie Maternity Hospital, Addenbrooke's Hospital Cambridge University Hospitals Nhs Foundation Trust Cambridge Uk Centre For Fetal Care, Queen ...

Direct Impact

Concepts for which Christoph C Lees has direct influence:

fetal growth restriction
gestational age
uterine artery
cardiac output
glyceryl trinitrate
birth weight
vaginal delivery

External impact

Concepts related to the work of other authors for which Christoph C Lees has influence:

fetal growth restriction
structural anomalies
latent phase
birth weight
gestational age
diagnostic genetic
cesarean delivery

Prominent publications by Christoph C. Lees

KOL-Index: 201
KOL-Index: 147 OBJECTIVE: In the TRUFFLE (Trial of Randomized Umbilical and Fetal Flow in Europe) study on the outcome of early fetal growth restriction, women were allocated to one of three groups of indication for delivery according to the following monitoring strategies: (1) reduced fetal heart rate (FHR) short-term variation (STV) on cardiotocography (CTG); (2) early changes in fetal ductus venosus ...
Known for
Maternal Reasons | Dv | Infants Monitoring | Ctg Stv
KOL-Index: 95 Fetal craniofacial abnormalities are challenging to detect and diagnose on prenatal ultrasound (US). Image segmentation and computer analysis of three-dimensional US volumes of the fetal face may provide an objective measure to quantify fetal facial features and identify abnormalities. We have developed and tested an atlas-based partially automated facial segmentation algorithm; however, the ...
Known for
Partially Automatic | Fully Automated | Three-Dimensional Volumes | Additional Manual Segmentation
KOL-Index: 88 Uterine transplantation (UTx) is a fertility restoring treatment for women with absolute uterine factor infertility. At a time when there is no question of the procedure's feasibility, and as the number of livebirths begins to increase exponentially, various important reproductive, fetal, and maternal medicine implications have emerged. Detailed outcomes from 17 livebirths following UTx are ...
Known for
Implications Uterine | Transplantation Utx


KOL-Index: 70
KOL-Index: 70 Cardiac output (CO), along with blood pressure and vascular resistance, is one of the most important parameters of maternal hemodynamic function. Substantial changes in CO occur in normal pregnancy and in most obstetric complications. With the development of several non-invasive techniques for the measurement of CO, there is a growing interest in the determination of this parameter in ...
Known for
Non-Invasive Techniques | Critical-Care Settings | Normal Pregnancy | Maternal Hemodynamic Function
KOL-Index: 68 The antenatal evaluation of the fetal central nervous system (CNS) is among the most difficult tasks of prenatal ultrasound (US), requiring technical skills in relation to ultrasound and image acquisition as well as knowledge of CNS anatomy and how this changes with gestation. According to the International Guidelines for fetal neurosonology, the basic assessment of fetal CNS is most ...
Known for
Technical Difficulties | International Guidelines | Familiarity | Context Fetal
KOL-Index: 48 High-intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) is a non-invasive technology, which can be used occlude blood vessels in the body. Both the theory underlying and practical process of blood vessel occlusion are still under development and relatively sparse in vivo experimental and therapeutic data exist. HIFU would however provide an alternative to surgery, particularly in circumstances where ...
Known for
Occlude Blood Vessels | Open Endoscopic Surgery | Non-Invasive Technology | Hifu Invasive

Fetal Medicine Department, Rosie Maternity Hospital, Addenbrooke's Hospital Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Cambridge UK Centre for Fetal Care, Queen Charlotte's and Chelsea Hospital Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust London UK

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