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Table 2 Neonatal outcomes according to endometrial thickness at trigger day

From: Association between endometrial thickness and neonatal outcomes in intrauterine insemination cycles: a retrospective analysis of 1,016 live-born singletons

 ≤7.6 mm
(n = 109)
7.7–13.0 mm
(n = 798)
≥13.1 mm
(n = 109)
P-value
Mode of delivery, n (%)   0.533
 Vaginal48 (44.0)326 (40.9)50 (45.9) 
 Cesarean section61 (56.0)472 (59.1)59 (54.1) 
Gender, n (%)   0.493
 Female60 (55.0)395 (49.5)52 (47.7) 
 Male49 (45.0)403 (50.5)57 (52.3) 
Gestational age (days)274.3 ± 8.4273.3 ± 11.7274.5 ± 9.40.503
 Preterm birth, n (%)6 (5.5)59 (7.4)5 (4.6)0.462
 Very preterm birth, n (%)0 (0)8 (1.0)0 (0)0.530
Birthweight (g)3319.8 ± 499.93304.3 ± 511.63323.3 ± 442.50.732
 Low birthweight, n (%)7 (6.4)37 (4.6)3 (2.8)0.435
 Very low birthweight, n (%)0 (0)6 (0.8)0 (0)1.000
 Macrosomia, n (%)6 (5.5)54 (6.8)4 (3.7)0.430
Z-score0.25 ± 1.070.25 ± 1.080.23 ± 1.010.914
 Small-for-gestational age, n (%)8 (7.3)49 (6.1)5 (4.6)0.694
 Large-for-gestational age, n (%)19 (17.4)123 (15.4)13 (11.9)0.509
Major congenital malformations, n (%)4 (3.7)10 (1.3)2 (1.8)0.119
  1. Data are presented as mean ± standard deviation or number (percentage)