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Table 4 Frequency of visceral anomaly of fetuses from mild diabetic (STZ) and non-diabetic (ND) rats.

From: Repercussions of mild diabetes on pregnancy in Wistar rats and on the fetal development

Visceral Anomaly (%) ND (n = 74 fetuses) STZ (n = 37 fetuses)
Number of fetal visceral anomalies/dams 86/15 27/12
Distended bladder 1/74 (1.35) 2/37 (5.40)
Dilated renal papilla 0/74 (0.00) 4/37 (10.81)
Absent renal papilla 0/74 (0.00) 1/37 (2.70)
Small renal papilla 0/74 (0.00) 1/37(2.70)
Ectopic kidney 36/74 (48.65) 4/37 (10.81)
Hydroureter 19/74 (25.70) 5/37 (13.51)
Hydronephrosis 1/74 (1.35) 0/37 (0.00)
Crystalline altered 0/74 (0.00) 1/37 (2.70)
Enlarged nasal cavity 9/74 (12.16) 0/37 (0.00)
Abnormal palate 2/74 (2.70) 1/37 (2.70)
Dilated trachea 5/74 (6.76) 4/37 (10.81)
Dilated esophagus 1/74 (1.35) 3/37 (8.11)
Dilated pulmonary trunk 9/74 (12.16) 0/37 (0.00)
Dilated cerebral ventricle 2/74 (2.70) 1/37 (2.70)
Small testis 1/74 (1.35) 0/37 (0.00)
  1. p > 0.05 - non-significant