Maternal nonpregnant vascular function correlates with subsequent fetal growth.

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OBJECTIVE Evidence is accumulating that fetal growth is influenced by preexisting maternal disorder(s) hampering endothelial function. We tested the hypothesis that in nonpregnant normotensive, formerly preeclamptic women, vascular function predicts the development of fetal growth restriction. METHODS In 60 formerly preeclamptic women, we measured central… (More)

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@article{Spaanderman2005MaternalNV, title={Maternal nonpregnant vascular function correlates with subsequent fetal growth.}, author={Marc Ea Spaanderman and C Willekes and Arnold P. G. Hoeks and Timo H. A. Ekhart and Robert Aardenburg and Dorette A. Courtar and Hugo W. F. van Eijndhoven and Louis L.H. Peeters}, journal={American journal of obstetrics and gynecology}, year={2005}, volume={192 2}, pages={504-12} }