Francisc Figueras

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Perinatal mortality and morbidity is markedly increased in intrauterine growth restricted (IUGR) fetuses. Prenatal identification of IUGR is the first step in clinical management. For that purpose a uniform definition and criteria are required. The etiology of IUGR is multifactorial and whenever possible it should be assessed. When the cause is of placental(More)
INTRODUCTION Circulating angiogenic factors are potential markers for preeclampsia, but heterogeneous studies have failed to identify precise predictive/diagnostic properties. The Global CoLaboratory is investigating how to merge published data of angiogenic factors for meta-analysis on an individual sample basis. OBJECTIVE To amalgamate pregnancy(More)
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