Henryka Sawulicka-Oleszczuk

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Currently available data on the relationship between the prevalence of isolated congenital malformations and parental age are inconsistent and frequently divergent. We utilised the data from the Polish Registry of Congenital Malformations (PRCM) to accurately assess the interplay between maternal and paternal age in the risk of isolated non-syndromic(More)
We examined the relationship between maternal reproductive history and the newborn's risk of isolated congenital malformations in a large case-control cohort from the Polish Registry of Congenital Malformations. Congenital malformations were classified into four categories: isolated congenital heart defects (n=1673), isolated cleft palate (n=255), cleft lip(More)
BACKGROUND Amniotic rupture sequence (ARS) is a disruption sequence presenting with fibrous bands, possibly emerging as a result of amniotic tear in the first trimester of gestation. Our comparative study aims to assess whether there is a difference in the clinical pattern of congenital limb and internal organ anomalies between ARS with body wall defect(More)
BACKGROUND Polydactyly represents a heterogeneous group of congenital hand and foot anomalies with variable clinical features and diverse etiology. Preaxial polydactyly type I (PPD1) is the most frequent form of preaxial polydactyly. The etiology of sporadic PPD1 remains largely unknown and the relative contribution of genetic and environmental factors is(More)
This study present a case of a female newborn, gestational age (GA)--27 weeks, birth weight--1020 g (50 percentile), body length--38 cm, head circumference--26 cm, chest circumference--24 cm. The newborn came from the first pregnancy, the amniotic fluid leak was observed for 7 days before delivery resolved by cesarean section. The following consequences of(More)
Multiple pregnancies are considered high risk. This qualification is associated with the multitude of conditions which are known to complicated these pregnancies. Early diagnosis of these complications is the fundamental element of clinical managements. In numerous cases therapeutic protocols are widely known and in many others intensive monitoring and(More)
Object of this paper was to estimate the vascular resistances of the placenta and the lactate/pyruvate-quotient influenced by 8 and 40 mu/min orciprenaline and 320 micrograms/min papaverine. 38 placentas were tested in extraorganic circulation. The content of lactic acid and pyruvic acid was determined in the perfusion solution flowing out of the umbilical(More)
OBJECTIVES The aim of the study was to analyse the effects of regionalization of perinatal care in Lublin District from 1994 to 2001. MATERIALS AND METHODS We assessed the number of patients transferred to the tertiary care centres, mortality rate and prematurity in the hospitals in Lublin District. RESULTS We found good correlation between above(More)