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Are perinatal and maternal outcomes different during expectant management of severe preeclampsia in the presence of intrauterine growth restriction?
OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study was to compare perinatal and maternal outcomes in women with singleton pregnancies and severe preeclampsia (SPE) expectantly managed at 24-33 weeks' gestation (wk)Expand
Conservative management of a near-term cervico-isthmic pregnancy, followed by a successful subsequent pregnancy: a case report.
OBJECTIVE To describe a rare case of a cervico-isthmic pregnancy with anterior placenta percreta that was treated at 34 weeks of gestation by removing the placenta and the attached uterine wall inExpand
Maternal and perinatal outcomes during expectant management of 239 severe preeclamptic women between 24 and 33 weeks' gestation.
OBJECTIVE This study was undertaken to determine maternal and perinatal outcomes after expectant management of severe preeclampsia between 24 and 33 weeks' gestation. STUDY DESIGN A prospectiveExpand
Development of a nomogram to predict occurrence of preeclampsia.
OBJECTIVE The objective was to create a nomogram for the individual prediction of preeclampsia (PE). STUDY DESIGN In a prospective population-based study that included 4777 patients, PE occurred inExpand
[Criteria of pregnancy termination in women with preeclampsia].
Few studies establishing clear criteria for the medical interruption of a pregnancy complicated by PE are available today. Most of these studies are either retrospective or observational. WhenExpand
[Comparison of the rate of maternal complications of nifedipine and nicardipine in cases of preterm labor: historical study on two consecutive periods].
OBJECTIVES Calcium channel blockers are the most frequently used tocolytics as first-line in France, frequently intravenously (nicardipine [Loxen(®)]). We would like to compare the side effects ofExpand
Are maternal characteristics different in women with preeclampsia from those with gestational hypertension at first prenatal visit
FROM THOSE WITH GESTATIONAL HYPERTENSION AT FIRST PRENATAL VISIT? STEPHANIE DEIS, CHRISTOPHE MASSON, GILLES KAYEM, ROMAN ROUZIER, JOELLE GOUR, JEFFREY LIVINGSTON, BASSAM HADDAD, University Paris 12Expand
[Principal complications of pregnancy: pre-eclampsia ].
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