Noreen Murray

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The Medical Journal of Australia ISSN: 0025-729X 4 November 2002 177 9 477-480 ©The Medical Journal of Australia 2002 www.mja.com.au Research DURING PREGNANCY many women in Australia routinely have urinalysis. However, there appears to be little evidence to support this practice.1, There is understandable concern about ceasing urinalysis in pregnant women(More)
BACKGROUND The significance of dipstick or microscopic hematuria in pregnancy is uncertain, with some studies suggesting this is associated with a greater risk for preeclampsia. We sought to determine the prevalence and clinical significance of microscopic hematuria during pregnancy. METHODS This was a prospective case-control study in the antenatal(More)
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