Alilaj Minire

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BACKGROUND Preeclampsia is classified as mild and severe. It is mild in 75% of cases and 25% presented as severe. In extreme cases the disease can lead to kidney and liver failure, DIC and central nervous system disorders. OBJECTIVE To present the type and number of maternal complications of preeclampsia in women hospitalized in Gynecology and Obstetrics(More)
BACKGROUND Increasing evidence suggests that maternal gingivitis and periodontitis may be a risk factor for preterm birth and other adverse pregnancy outcomes. OBJECTIVE To assess the relationship between periodotitis and preterm birth. METHODS A retrospective study which included 230 pregnant women, and the delivery follow up to determine the(More)
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