Martin Gimovsky

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We are engaged in studying the process of human birth by developing a computer-based dynamic model that can be adapted to speciic birth scenarios. The individual characteristics of a given pregnant woman and fetus, embedded in their clinical measurements and CT and MRI images, are captured in the model. One can thereby predict adverse events that might(More)
Background. We report a case of familial hyperlipidemia in pregnancy that resulted in hemorrhagic pancreatitis. Case. A patient at 27-week gestation was admitted for recurrent pancreatitis secondary to severe hyperlipidemia. With conservative care, the patient improved but on the fourth day of admission she experienced a sudden onset of hypotension and was(More)
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