Carla Baleiras

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Infection of the urinary tract is the most common type of infection in pregnant women, with a prevalence ranging from 5% to 10%. The majority of symptomatic upper urinary tract infections occur in women with pre-existent asymptomatic bacteriuria, due to the changes the urinary tract undergoes during pregnancy. In order to avoid potentially serious(More)
Essencial Thrombocytemia is a rare chronic myeloproliferative disease of unknown etiology, characterized by markedly elevated platelet production (> 600,000/ml). It is more frequent among women above 50 years of age and may be associated with hemorrhagic or thrombotic tendencies. The authors report a case of Essencial Thrombocytemia diagnosed after several(More)
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