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Aims: The aim of the presented study was to clarify the relationship between the pulsatility index of the uterine arteries and the maternal cubital artery and peripheral concentrations of the metabolites of nitric oxide (NO) and its second messenger cyclic guanosinmonophophate (cGMP) during the...
Objective: The aim of this study was to correlate bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) with the clinical course of preeclampsia with edema. Design: 440 pregnant women with apparently normal, single pregnancy participated in this longitudinal study. Anthropometric measurements and BIA were...
Lithium medication during pregnancy is uncommon and the problems of a neonate who has been exposed to lithium represents a rare situation in neonatology. The clinical presentation and management of a newborn whose mother received lithium during pregnancy is presented. The newborn manifested a...
The aim of the study was to compare a variety of neonatal outcome variables of growth concordant twin gestations (CT) to that of growth discordant twins (DT). Maternal and neonatal charts of live, non-anomalous twins > 25 weeks' gestation from 1984–2000 with no evidence of twin-twin transfusion...
Aims. To compare the obstetric outcome of excessively-and appropriately-grown fetuses. Methods. Medical records of mothers who delivered excessively overgrown fetuses, defined as birthweight ≥ 5000 g, in our hospital between 1996 and 2000 (n = 47, study group), and a control group who delivered...
Chronic alcohol exposure during pregnancy and the resulting toxic effects for the fetus has been the subject of many investigations. In contrast, acute alcohol intoxication during pregnancy is a rare event and less is known about the consequences for fetal life. We report a case of the acute...
Aims: To study relationships between nucleated red blood cell count (NRBC), persistence of NRBC count elevation and neonatal complications in growth restricted fetuses (IUGR). Methods: Observational study of IUGR neonates (birthweight < 10 th percentile). NRBC's/100 WBC were ascertained in a...
Aims and objectives: Rupture of an unscarred gravid uterus is a rare and dangerous event. We carried out a postal questionnaire survey of the Fellows of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (United Kingdom), to ascertain the past and present management policies in such an event....
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