Paternity Change and the Recurrence Risk in Familial Hypertensive Disorder in Pregnancy

@article{Hjartardttir2004PaternityCA,
  title={Paternity Change and the Recurrence Risk in Familial Hypertensive Disorder in Pregnancy},
  author={Sigr{\'u}n Hjartard{\'o}ttir and Bj{\"o}rn Geir Leifsson and Reynir T Geirsson and Valgerdur Steinthorsdottir},
  journal={Hypertension in Pregnancy},
  year={2004},
  volume={23},
  pages={219 - 225}
}
Objective: To investigate if there is an increased risk for recurrence of hypertensive disorder in pregnancy with a new partner and whether this is affected by maternal age and the interbirth interval through use of familial material. Methods: Data on 614 multiparous women, with confirmed de novo hypertensive disorder in a first pregnancy, were used to assess the effect of paternity and interbirth interval on recurrence of hypertensive disorders. Results: There were 121 women (19.7%) who had… Expand
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