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The significance of uterine notching in Doppler sonography in early pregnancy as a predictor for pathologic outcome of the pregnancy



Doppler sonography is an approved method in order to become early attentive of a reduced uterine blood flow. Applying Doppler sonographic treatment of the maternal vessels, uteroplacental insufficiency can be traced at an early stage. Pregnancies, which might develop a pregnancy-associated hypertension (SIH) or a placental insufficiency, can be detected during the early pregnancy to decrease the morbidity rate and the mortality of premature newborns. Further studies in larger collectives are necessary to obtain adequate solid datasets and to further evaluate the clinical meaning and the significance concerning pathological maternal Doppler parameters.



Archives of Gynecology and ObstetricsSpringer Journals

Published: Jul 1, 2007

DOI: 10.1007/s00404-006-0290-4

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