Louis L.H. Peeters

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OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study was to test the hypothesis that early pregnancy changes in volume homeostasis develop as a consequence of preceding changes in maternal hemodynamics. STUDY(More)
BACKGROUND Both hemodynamic abnormalities and thrombophilia predispose to pregnancy-associated vascular complications such as fetal growth restriction, stillbirth, preeclampsia, and placental(More)
The progressive rise in uterine blood flow during pregnancy is accompanied by outward hypertrophic remodeling of the uterine artery (UA). This process involves changes of the arterial smooth muscle(More)