Influence of Maternal Gestational Hypertensive Disorders on Microvasculature in School-Age Children: The Generation R Study.

@article{Yesil2016InfluenceOM,
  title={Influence of Maternal Gestational Hypertensive Disorders on Microvasculature in School-Age Children: The Generation R Study.},
  author={Gizem Dilan Yesil and Olta Gishti and Janine F. Felix and I K M Reiss and M. Kamran Ikram and Eric A. P. Steegers and Albert Hofman and Vincent W V Jaddoe and Romy Gaillard},
  journal={American journal of epidemiology},
  year={2016},
  volume={184 9},
  pages={605-615}
}
Gestational hypertensive disorders may lead to vascular changes in the offspring. We examined the associations of maternal blood pressure development and hypertensive disorders during pregnancy with microvasculature adaptations in the offspring in childhood. This study was performed as part of the Generation R Study in Rotterdam, the Netherlands (2002-2012), among 3,748 pregnant mothers and their children for whom information was available on maternal blood pressure in different periods of… CONTINUE READING
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