[Arterial hypertension in pregnancy. Role of maternal and fetal blood velocimetry].


Gravidic hypertension remains one of the most frequent causes of perinatal mortality and morbidity. There are two aims when investigating this disease: evaluate the gravity, try to find early signs of a risk of pre-eclampsia. This last point has become particularly important over the past few years because of the development of preventive treatment… (More)


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