Table 1 : Cases with congenital anomalies by pregnancy outcome, prenatal diagnosis in live births, and mortality in the first week of life of those with a prenatal
diagnosis (Funen County, 1980-2009).


  Total  births
Funen County
Cases with
congenital
anomalies
Fetal deathswith
congenital anomalies

(GA ≥20 weeks)
Terminations of pregnancy after the prenatal diagnosis
of a fetal anomaly
Live births with
congenital
anomalies
Live birthswith a prenatal
diagnosis of congenital
anomaly
(% of live births)
Deaths in the first week
of life
% of live births
diagnosed prenatally

1980-1989 47.850 1.099 47 (4.3%) 43 (3.9%) 1.009 (92%) 23 (2.3%) Minimum 35%
1990-1999 58.253 1.361 57 (4.2%) 122 (9.0%) 1.182 (87.3%) 90 (7.6%) 25%
2000-2004 26.745 727 17 (2.4%) 88 (12.3%) 622 (86.8%) 85 (13.7%) 16.5%
2005-2009 26.746 856 17 (2.0%) 157 (18.4%) 682 (80.0%) 124 (18.2%) 4.8%
Total n (%) 159.594 4.046 138 (3.4%) 410 (10.2%) 3.495 (86.3%) 322 (9.2%) --

Honore et al.Journal of Reproductive Biology and Health  2014 2:1DOI : 10.7243/2054-0841-2-1