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  • Maternal Risk Factors for Stillbirth: A Registry-Based Study. [Journal Article]
    Medicina (Kaunas) 2019; 55(7)Zile I, Ebela I, Rumba-Rozenfelde I
  • CONCLUSIONS: Risk factors most significantly associated with stillbirth include maternal history of chronic hypertension and abruptio placenta which is a common cause of death in stillbirth. Early identification of potential risk factors and appropriate perinatal management are important issues in the prevention of adverse fetal outcomes and preventive strategies need to focus on improving antenatal detection of fetal growth restriction.
  • The obstetric complications in women with hereditary thrombophilia. [Review]
    Med Pharm Rep 2019; 92(2):106-110Mitriuc D, Popuşoi O, … Friptu V
  • All congenital thrombophilias are associated with an increased risk of venous thromboembolism (VTE) during pregnancy. Several studies have confirmed the increased risk of obstetric complications in women with congenital thrombophilias. Case-control, cohort and transversal studies have shown that hereditary thrombophilia is more prevalent in the cohorts of women with pregnancy losses, early onset …
  • Hepatic rupture from haematomas in patients with pre-eclampsia/eclampsia: a case series. [Case Reports]
    Pan Afr Med J 2018; 31:86Kanonge TI, Chamunyonga F, … Madziyire MG
  • Hepatic rupture from haematomas is a rare complication of severe preeclampsia/eclampsia especially when complicated with the haemolysis, elevated liver enzymes and low platelet count (HELLP) syndrome. It is associated with poor maternal and foetal outcomes as demonstrated by three cases we describe. The first case had eclampsia at 31 weeks gestation with features of abruptio placentae and at caes…
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