Important variations of maternal anti-Rhesus (D) antibody level during two consecutive pregnancies without antigenic stimulus.

@article{Moncharmont1990ImportantVO,
  title={Important variations of maternal anti-Rhesus (D) antibody level during two consecutive pregnancies without antigenic stimulus.},
  author={P Moncharmont and F Juron-Dupraz and Dominique Rigal and Felix Meyer},
  journal={Acta haematologica},
  year={1990},
  volume={83 2},
  pages={105-6}
}
In many cases, during pregnancies of anti-D alloimmunized women, without antigenic stimulus, the anti-D concentration remains stable. We report here a case of a woman anti-D and anti-C alloimmunized which has presented high variation of anti-D concentration in her serum during two successive pregnancies with a Rh-negative fetus. Thus, the Liley Index only… CONTINUE READING