Pregnancy and renal disease.

@article{Epstein1996PregnancyAR,
  title={Pregnancy and renal disease.},
  author={Franklin H. Epstein},
  journal={The New England journal of medicine},
  year={1996},
  volume={335 4},
  pages={
          277-8
        }
}
Of all the medical disorders that add risk to pregnancy, renal disease has long ranked among those most feared by physicians. Not only are the renal and vascular manifestations of preeclampsia the most common medical complication of pregnancy, affecting 5 to 7 percent of previously healthy women, but also intrapartum worsening of renal function, along with increased fetal morbidity and mortality, has been the fate of a large proportion of pregnant women with underlying diseases of the kidney… CONTINUE READING
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