Rosana Rosa Miranda Côrrea

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Even though there are clinical studies emphasizing the diagnosis and the perinatal intercurrent diseases of the Hypertensive Syndromes in Pregnancy, few of these studies establish the clinical forms(More)
Common causes of puerperal pyrexia include puerperal sepsis, urinary tract infection, breast complications, thrombosis, and malaria. Infections and autoimmune disorders are outlined as triggering(More)
To evaluate the mechanisms involved in the etiology of the basement membrane of the amniotic epithelium (BMAE) thickening in patients with hypertensive syndromes in pregnancy (HSP). Eighty placentas(More)