Placental function and renal tract studies in pre-eclampsia with proteinuria and long-term maternal consequences.

  • Judith Fliegner
  • Published 1976 in American journal of obstetrics and gynecology


A total of 99 patients with pre-eclampsia and proteinuria were managed conservatively between 30 and 37 weeks of gestation, based on serial urinary estriol, liquor amnii, and renal function studies. The over-all perinatal wastage was 14 per cent, but was 35 per cent in association with subnormal estriol excretion and oligohydramnios (less than 250 ml.). In… (More)


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